THIS WEEK: The series takes a week off for Father's Day on the heels of Joey Logano winning a rain-delayed race at Michigan on Monday. ... Logano's win was the fifth this season for a Ford Fusion, with a Toyota Camry taking nine of the other 10. That leaves the Chevrolet Camaro with one win by Chase Elliott at Talladega. ... Chevy's struggles are a little surprising given this is the second season with the new car body and the quality of drivers competing for the Bowtie Brigade. ... Monday's win was the second this season for defending series champion Logano. ... Next up for the series, the road course at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, Calif. ... *Logano leads the Cup standings with 614 points, followed by *Kyle Busch (605), *Brad Keselowski (541), Kevin Harvick (539), *Elliott (531), *Martin Truex Jr. (499), *Denny Hamlin (491), Kurt Busch (485), Ryan Blaney (436) and Alex Bowman (433) rounding out the top 10.

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NASCAR XFINITY SERIES: CIRCUITCITY.COM 250 (250 laps, 218.75 miles around a .875-mile oval), Iowa Speedway; Newton, Iowa.

TV: Sunday, 5:30 p.m. ET (Green flag approx. 5:46 p.m. ET) -- FS1 (Radio: Motor Racing Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90).

THIS WEEK: The 14th of 33 races on the season sees the series head to Iowa for one of the highlights on the schedule. ... Iowa Speedway, designed partially by NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace, opened in 2006 and hosted its first Xfinity race in 2009. The series has raced there twice a year since 2011 and this will be the 19th series race at the track. ... Justin Allgaier won this race last year, with Christopher Bell winning the summer race. ... Tyler Reddick won last week at Michigan. ... * Reddick leads the Xfinity standings with 627 points, followed by *Christopher Bell (538), *Cole Custer (510), Austin Cindric (486), Allgaier (479), Chase Briscoe (440), John Hunter Nemechek (429), Noah Gragson (423), *Michael Annett (406) and Justin Haley (395).

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NASCAR CAMPING WORLD TRUCK SERIES: M&M'S 200 (200 laps, 175 miles around a .875-mile oval), Iowa Speedway; Newton, Iowa.

TV: Saturday, 8:30 p.m. ET (Green flag approx. 8:46 p.m. ET) -- FS1 (Radio: Motor Racing Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90).

THIS WEEK: The series gets set for its second of a four-races stretch in four weeks, coming off of Texas before heading to the outskirts of St. Louis, in Madison, Ill. ... Iowa Speedway is a highlight of the schedule as the 7/8ths-mile track is a challenge of horsepower and car balance. ... This is the 10th of 23 races on the season and will be the 13th series race at Iowa. ... Brett Moffitt won this race last year. ... Semi-retired Cup star Greg Biffle won last week at Texas. ... Grant Enfinger leads the Truck standings (379 points), followed by Stewart Friesen (342), Matt Crafton (338), Moffitt (324), Ben Rhodes (323), *Johnny Sauter (307), *Austin Hill (302), Harrison Burton (293), Todd Gilliland (267) and Sheldon Creed (254).

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THIS WEEK: The series takes a break before the REV Group Grand Prix at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis., next week. ... Josef Newgarden won the race in Texas on Saturday, with Alexander Rossi second and Graham Rahal rounding out the podium. ... American Newgarden leads the standings (367 points), followed by American Rossi (342), France's Simon Pagenaud (319), New Zealand's Scott Dixon (278) and Japan's Takuma Sato (272) rounding out the top five.

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THIS WEEK: After some controversy in the Canadian Grand Prix, the series regroups before heading to the French Grand Prix next week. ... Lewis Hamilton won the race in Canada, but only after Sebastian Vettel -- who had crossed the finish line first -- was penalized five seconds for an on-track incident between he and Hamilton on Lap 48 of 70. ... It was Hamilton's fifth win of the season and his third straight. ... Great Britain's Hamilton (Mercedes) leads the standings with 162 points, with Finland's Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) second (133), followed by Germany's Vettel, Ferrari (100), Belgium's Max Verstappen, Red Bull (88), and Monaco's Charles Leclerc, Ferrari (72).

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TV: Eliminations, Sunday, 2 p.m. ET, FS1

THIS WEEK: The NHRA travels to Bristol, Tenn., after spending last week in Kansas. ... This is the 11th of 24 events this season and the third of four straight weekends of action. The Pro Stock classes (cars and motorcycles) have the weekend off for the second straight week... Winners last week in the Heartland Nationals were Steve Torrence in Top Fuel and Robert Hight in Funny Car. ... Torrence leads the Top Fuel standings (949 points), followed by Doug Kalitta (628), Brittany Force (625), Antron Brown (619) and Mike Salinas (573) rounding out the top five. ... Hight leads Funny Car (933), followed by Tommy Johnson Jr. (725), John Force (681), Ron Capps (666) and J.R. Todd (656). ... Bo Butner is on top in Pro Stock (598), followed by Alex Laughlin (431), Erica Enders (393), Jason Line (390) and Greg Anderson (389). ... Andrew Hines leads Pro Stock Motorcycle (606), followed by Eddie Krawiec (534), Hector Arana Jr. (514), Matt Smith (444) and Karen Stoffer (349).

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--By K. Lee Davis, Field Level

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