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Roush Introduces The Nationwide Mustang
Tuesday, 13 Oct, 2009 – 13:05 | Comments Off
Roush Introduces The Nationwide Mustang

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Roush Fenway Racing headquarters on Tuesday served as the rollout site for the Ford Mustang which will compete in the NASCAR Nationwide Series beginning next year.
Also at the rollout in Concord, N.C. was the guy who will drive the No. 16 Con-way Freight Mustang, Colin Braun.
Braun, 21, a native of Ovalo, Texas, will make [...]

Logano Wins Wild One at Auto Club
Saturday, 10 Oct, 2009 – 18:10 | Comments Off
Logano Wins Wild One at Auto Club

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Kyle Busch was too ill to complete Saturday’s Nationwide Series race at Auto Club Speedway. You can bet he got a lot sicker as he watched the final laps of that race.
With 10 laps to go, his car, with Denny Hamlin in the driver’s seat, had the lead and appeared headed to a good finish [...]

Bayne A Rising-Star Attraction in Garages
Saturday, 10 Oct, 2009 – 8:00 | 2 Comments
Bayne A Rising-Star Attraction in Garages

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
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Fontana, Calif. – Seconds after flashing his boyish, All-American smile, 18-year-old Trevor Bayne stood in the NASCAR Nationwide Series garage on Friday and calmly delivered a bold prediction about today’s Copart 300 at Auto Club Speedway.
“I think a top-five finish is a good expectation for me,” said Bayne, who will [...]

Logano Again Beats Busch Late
Saturday, 3 Oct, 2009 – 18:30 | Comments Off
Logano Again Beats Busch Late

By Nick Bromberg | Senior Correspondent
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Kansas City, Kan. – It seemed certain throughout that a Joe Gibbs Racing car was going to end up in Victory Lane after the Kansas Lottery 300.
Yet, the car that went to Victory Lane at Kansas Speedway wasn’t the one that dominated the race.
Joey Logano passed Kyle Busch on lap [...]

Kligerman Wins Pole First Time Out
Saturday, 3 Oct, 2009 – 12:00 | One Comment
Kligerman Wins Pole First Time Out

By Nick Bromberg | Senior Correspondent
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Kansas City, Kan. – Parker Kligerman grabbed the pole for his first-ever Nationwide race at Kansas Speedway, just two days after winning the ARCA race at Kansas.
Kligerman ran a lap of 172.778 mph, bumping series points leader Kyle Busch off of the top spot.
Heck, he even took NASCAR by surprise [...]

Kligerman Unruffled By Big Jump to Nationwide Series
Friday, 2 Oct, 2009 – 6:35 | One Comment
Kligerman Unruffled By Big Jump to Nationwide Series

By Nick Bromberg | Senior Correspondent
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Kansas City, Kan. – Parker Kligerman has never driven a Nationwide Series car.
Why is that important?
Well, because Kligerman, 19, is attempting to make his Nationwide Series debut at Kansas Speedway Saturday afternoon.
Yes, you read the first sentence correctly. He’s doing so without so much as turning a practice lap in [...]

Bowyer Collects Dover Nationwide Win
Saturday, 26 Sep, 2009 – 16:30 | Comments Off
Bowyer Collects Dover Nationwide Win

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Clint Bowyer got his second Nationwide Series victory of the season Saturday by winning the Dover 200 at Dover International Speedway.
Bowyer passed Kyle Busch with 83 laps to go and held the lead until the end. The pass came shortly after a restart.
Bowyer is the defending series champion but has opted not to run a [...]

Kyle Busch On Nationwide Pole
Saturday, 26 Sep, 2009 – 10:50 | Comments Off
Kyle Busch On Nationwide Pole

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Kyle Busch will start Saturday’s Nationwide Series race at Dover International Speedway from the pole. During the morning qualifying session for the race, Busch turned a lap at 154.110 mph and in 23.36 seconds.
Qualifying for the Dover 200 second was Carl Edwards, the driver chasing Busch for the points lead.
Busch will be going for his [...]

Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 8:31 | 2 Comments
Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade

By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
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The announcement  this week that NASCAR has modified its test policy for 2010 was good news for some of its teams.
While the bulk of the test ban continues, the modification allows teams from every NASCAR division to test whenever they so choose at 14 of the organization’s sanctioned regional tracks where Sprint [...]

NASCAR Unveils Testing Policy for 2010
Wednesday, 23 Sep, 2009 – 10:45 | One Comment
NASCAR Unveils Testing Policy for 2010

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NASCAR announced today its 2010 testing policy for its three national and two regional touring series.
The policy will again prohibit testing at tracks which host NASCAR national series events, by teams in the following series: NASCAR Sprint Cup; NASCAR Nationwide; NASCAR Camping World Truck; NASCAR Camping World East; and NASCAR Camping World West.
In 2010, however, [...]