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Brad Keselowski won the Feed the Children 300 Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway on Friday night.
He led 132 laps of the 200-lap race to get his first victory of the season.
“This is a new car,” Keselowski said. “And it hauls ass.”
Kevin Harvick finished second and Kyle Busch, who crashed in qualifying and had to [...]
Elliott Sadler will start Friday night’s Feed the Children 300 Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway from the pole after he posted the fastest lap in qualifying for the event on Friday afternoon.
His fast lap around the 1.5-mile oval was at 173.734 mph. The pole was his second of the year.
Carl Edwards was second fastest [...]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
As a race fan, I’m happy about Wednesday’s announcement that the Sprint Cup weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway will become a quadruple-header in 2012. As a Race Fan, I’m saddened by the announcement.
The announcement, of course, was that the Nationwide Series race which has tradtionally been held at quaint, intimate [...]
The weekend of next year’s Brickyard 400 Sprint Cup race will be held as part of an Indianapolis Motor Speedway quadruple-header.
On the last weekend of July, the NASCAR Nationwide Series and also the Grand-Am Road Racing will join Cup Series for four races.
It will be the first time that races will take place on the [...]
Joey Logano stayed ahead of a last-lap big wreck and was handed the victory in the Subway Jalapeno 250 Nationwide Series at Daytona International Speedway on Friday night.
The victory was the first of the season for Logano.
“It just feels good to be on this side of it,” Logano said. “Usually, I’m in second – the [...]
Kevin Harvick won the pole Friday afternoon for Friday night’s Subway Jalapeno 250 Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway.
His fast lap was at 181.653 mph.
Harvick was driving a Chevrolet owned by his Kevin Harvick Inc. team. KHI cars driven by Tony Stewart and Clint Bowyer and Eliott Sadler qualified second, third and fourth respectively.
Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Carl Edwards made a last-minute decision to skip last Saturday’s Nationwide race in Wisconsin to concentrate on dialing in his car for Sunday’s Sprint Cup race in California.
As a result (?) Edwards turned in a strong third-place performance.
The reason for the question mark is because nobody will ever know if the [...]
By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
Could the Chase hit the road? Sounds like the idea was gathering support at Infineon Raceway over the weekend.
Right now, of course, the Sprint Cup playoffs are conducted exclusively on ovals. A variety of ovals, but ovals.
But with Cup drivers getting more and more comfortable on road courses, they seem [...]
Reed Sorenson won the Bucyrus 200 Nationwide Series race at the Road America road course in Elkhart Lake, Wis.
It was his first victory since 2007.
Ron Fellows second and Jacques Villeneuve was third.
Elliott Sadler was fourth and Mike Wallace fifth.
Rounding out the top 10 were Andrew Ranger, Michael Annett, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., J.R. Fitzpatrick and Timmy [...]
Carl Edwards will not do double driving this weekend afterall.
Roush Fenway Racing has announced that Billy Johnson, who led the first practice session on Friday at Road America, will drive the No. 60 Fastenal Mustang in Saturday’s Bucyrus 200 Nationwide Series road course race.
Edwards, who was originally slated to drive the car at Road America, [...]