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All on-track activity was canceled for the remainder of Friday at BIR out of respect for Briody, MotoAmerica reported.
“We’ve all been there and had huge injuries but it’s just part of it...It really tests how tough you are and how bad you want it," says Levi Renz
“I love the adrenaline and the look on kids’ faces when they see that their driver has won,” said Cody Hulse
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The victory came in the 29-year-old Trackhouse Racing driver's 121st career start. He has top three finishes in four straight races.
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The defending NASCAR Cup champion, whose winning No. 5 car had an electrical issue in the dash panel that needed to be addressed, had to start at the rear of the field. It didn't matter, as he got his 17th win by leading 27 of the final 34 laps of the 200-lap event.
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Finishing second in the race and the championship was Martin Truex, Jr. of Joe Gibbs Racing.

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Denny Hamlin, Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott and Martin Truex Jr. will compete Sunday at Phoenix (3 p.m., NBC) for a NASCAR Cup Series championship.
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Denny Hamlin finished 24th and in doing so still grabbed a berth in the championship-deciding race at Phoenix next weekend based on points. Also advancing to Championship 4 Sunday were Martin Truex, Jr., Chase Elliott and Kyle Larson, who locked up his Championship 4 berth by winning two of the first three races in the Round of 8.
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The victory in the Round of 8 race was Larson's third in a row and his series-best ninth on the season.

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