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Letter of the Race: Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 was brought to you by the letter "J," for "Jubliation." For Kyle Larson, he's been close to Victory Lane multiple times during his time in the No. 42, but Sunday was a true breakthrough. Larson's victory celebration, which involved donuts without the steering wheel attached and donuts in Victory Lane, was one-of-a-kind as well. - Phil Allaway
Quotes to Remember: Pure Michigan 400
by Amy Henderson
NASCAR's Youth Finally Break Through in the Irish Hills
Pace Laps: Sieg Looking for Chase Spot, Moffitt's Big Win and Pagenaud's Title Hopes
by the Frontstretch Staff
Q: CART races at Michigan in the mid-1980s were wreckfests. The 1984 Michigan 500 is probably best known for a crash just after halfway that ended the season for Chip Ganassi. Mario Andretti won over Tom Sneva, but the finish was marred by another huge crash. What happened?
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