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Busch Whacks Way To Victory
Friday, 20 Aug, 2010 – 20:52 | Comments Off
Busch Whacks Way To Victory

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Kyle Busch bumped his way past leader Brad Keselowski with 32 laps to go and went on to win the Food City 250 Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway Friday night.
The victory was the sixth in 13 2010 starts for Busch.
It was his second victory of the week at Bristol as he also won [...]

Sadler On NNS Pole at Bristol
Friday, 20 Aug, 2010 – 16:08 | Comments Off
Sadler On NNS Pole at Bristol

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Elliott Sadler on Friday afternoon won the pole for Friday night’s Food City 250 Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Sadler’s fast lap was at 120.422 mph.
Second fastest was Joey Logano of Joe Gibbs Racing. His best lap was at 120.210 mph.
Kyle Busch was third and Justin Allgaier was fourth.
Point leader Brad Keselowski was 13th.

Entire 2011 NASCAR Schedule Announced
Wednesday, 18 Aug, 2010 – 16:37 | Comments Off
Entire 2011 NASCAR Schedule Announced

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NASCAR announced today the 2011 schedule for its three national series, highlighted by several key changes for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
“The adjustments and realignment of the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule will make for an exciting race season next year,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “The revised schedule provides better situated dates [...]

Richardson To See Doctors
Monday, 16 Aug, 2010 – 6:21 | Comments Off
Richardson To See Doctors

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Robert Richardson Jr. has scheduled a follow-up visit with a physician in Texas early this week after briefly blacking-out during a crash with 13 laps remaining in Saturday’s Carfax 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
A 28-year-old native of McKinney, Texas, Richardson was involved in a crash with [...]

Keselowski Beats New Best Buddy In Michigan
Sunday, 15 Aug, 2010 – 7:59 | One Comment
Keselowski Beats New Best Buddy In Michigan

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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Cage-match, fists dipped in broken glass-style feud? What cage match, fists dipped in broken glass-style feud?
Brad Keselowski and Carl Edwards played nice on the race track in the Nationwide Series Carfax 250 on Saturday. And then, after Keselowski creamed Edwards on a restart with nine laps to go and went [...]

Keselowski Grabs P1 At MIS
Saturday, 14 Aug, 2010 – 11:18 | Comments Off
Keselowski Grabs P1 At MIS

Brad Keselowski won the pole on Saturday morning for Saturday afternoon’s Carfax Nationwide Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Keselowski, the series’ runaway points leader, posted a fast lap of 179.556 mph in his Penske Racing Dodge.
The pole was the fourth of the season in the series for Keselowski, who also has three victories.
Eighteen-year-old Ryan Truex, making [...]

Nationwide Notes: MIS Is New Car Showroom
Friday, 13 Aug, 2010 – 7:00 | One Comment
Nationwide Notes: MIS Is New Car Showroom

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
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Brooklyn, Mich. – The sights and sounds of the new Nationwide Series cars filled the air at Michigan International Speedway on Thursday during a six-hour practice session on the 2-mile, D-shaped oval.
The new car, which debuted last month during Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s victory at Daytona, will see action for the [...]

Ambrose Wins The Glen – Again
Saturday, 7 Aug, 2010 – 16:04 | Comments Off
Ambrose Wins The Glen – Again

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Marcos Ambrose made the tough Watkins Glen International road course look easy Saturday as he won the Nationwide Series race.
The victory in the Zippo 200 was the third straight in the series at The Glen for Ambrose.
“Just huge for us,” Ambrose said. “This is really sweet.”
Joey Logano was second and Kevin Harvick was third.
“He’s the [...]

Ambrose Wins NNS Pole
Saturday, 7 Aug, 2010 – 9:40 | Comments Off
Ambrose Wins NNS Pole

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Marcos Ambrose on Saturday morning won the pole for Saturday’s afternoon Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen International.
His fast lap was at 122.410 mph, a new track record.
Joey Logano was second fastest while Kevin Harvick was third at the eight-turn road course.
Carl Edwards was fourth fastest and Kyle Busch was fifth.

Kyle Busch Becomes The King Of Corn Country
Saturday, 31 Jul, 2010 – 21:17 | Comments Off
Kyle Busch Becomes The King Of Corn Country

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Kyle Busch passed Kevin Harvick for the lead with 24 laps to go and went on to win the U.S. Cellular 250 Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night.
Busch led 183 of the first 250 laps but surrendered the lead to Harvick on a pit stop with about 50 laps to go. Havrick [...]