NASCAR is back, fans may be close behind

(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) There is finally a break in this weird, new world of NASCAR after nine races over 16 days in three different states.

Brad Keselowski lucked into a pair of wins, new favorite son Chase Elliott lost three races (but won one), and Kyle Busch ticked off his haters simply by being himself.

Some rain interruptions aside, the racing has been good. The series is starting to find a rhythm and the story lines are strong. Even seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson has come close to winning his first race in more than three years.

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NASCAR Schedule
NASCAR CupFolds of Honor QuikTrip 500Jun. 712:00 PT1:00 MT2:00 CT3:00 ET15:00 ET19:00 GMT3:00 北京时间12:00 MST1:00 CST2:00 EST23:00 UAE2:00 CT21:00 CET16:00 BRT TV: FOX
XFINITYCheddar's 300Jun. 14:00 PT5:00 MT6:00 CT7:00 ET19:00 ET23:00 GMT7:00 北京时间4:00 MST5:00 CST6:00 EST3:00 UAE (+1)6:00 CT1:00 CET20:00 BRT TV: FS1
Gander RV & Outdoors TruckVet Tix Camping World 200Jun. 610:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET13:00 ET17:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST11:00 CST12:00 EST21:00 UAE12:00 CT19:00 CET14:00 BRT TV: FS1
NASCAR Leaders: Points
RankDriverPointsWins
1 K.Harvick 370 1
2 J.Logano 346 2
3 C.Elliott 325 1
4 B.Keselowski 315 2
5 A.Bowman 289 1
6 M.Truex Jr. 280 0
7 D.Hamlin 276 2
8 R.Blaney 274 0
9 K.Busch 256 0
10 K.Busch 253 0
11 A.Almirola 240 0
12 C.Bowyer 232 0
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