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Rookie Joey Logano Zips To His First Sprint Cup Victory
Sunday, 28 Jun, 2009 – 18:57 | One Comment
Rookie Joey Logano Zips To His First Sprint Cup Victory

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
It turns out that Sliced Bread can cut it in Sprint Cup.
Rookie Joey Logano got the first victory of his Sprint Cup career Sunday when he won the rain-shortened race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Logano took the lead in the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 when others opted to pit for [...]

NASCAR Newscast: LENOX Industrial Tools 301 Recap
Sunday, 28 Jun, 2009 – 18:56 | Comments Off
NASCAR Newscast: LENOX Industrial Tools 301 Recap

Rookie and New England native Joey Logano became the youngest driver to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race Sunday at his home track, New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Hear from Logano and Jeff Gordon, runner-up in the rain-shortened race. Plus, find out how far Gordon is behind leader Tony Stewart in the point standings

Race Day: It’s A Question Worth Repeating
Sunday, 28 Jun, 2009 – 9:19 | One Comment
Race Day: It’s A Question Worth Repeating

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
A lot has been made this weekend about the fact that nobody has repeated as a winner in a Sprint Cup car at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the last eight races. In the Nationwide series, there has never been a repeat winner – that is a span of 23 [...]

Pedley: Montoya Makes Point Of Telling It Like It Is
Sunday, 28 Jun, 2009 – 8:15 | Comments Off
Pedley: Montoya Makes Point Of Telling It Like It Is

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
It’s like a mantra for NASCAR drivers. It’s a standardized response which appears to be taught to them during initiation ceremonies into the NASCAR-driver club in true Free Mason fashion.
Saying that NASCAR drivers always race for victories and never for championship points, you’ve got to believe, is drilled into incoming [...]

Economics Continues To Trump Racing In Garage-Area Buzz
Sunday, 28 Jun, 2009 – 7:47 | Comments Off
Economics Continues To Trump Racing In Garage-Area Buzz

By Jeff Hood | Senior Correspondent
RacinToday.com
Loudon, N.H. – The 10-race stretch to determine who’s in and who’s out of this year’s Chase for the Sprint Cup championship begins with Sunday’s Lenox Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The scramble to score precious championship points on the flat, 1.058-oval is weighing heavy on every driver’s [...]

Rain Puts Stewart On Pole
Friday, 26 Jun, 2009 – 15:00 | Comments Off
Rain Puts Stewart On Pole

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Rain has forced cancelation of Friday’s qualifying session for Sunday’s Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Hence the field for the Lenox Industrial Tools 301 will be set by car-owner points.
That will put Tony Stewart on the pole. Next to Stewart in the front row will be Jeff Gordon.
Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch will [...]

Bowyer Set For Big Return After Having To Drop Back, Punt
Friday, 26 Jun, 2009 – 7:42 | Comments Off
Bowyer Set For Big Return After Having To Drop Back, Punt

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
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In recent years, Richard Childress Racing could be counted on to put most or all of its drivers in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Last year, all three RCR drivers made the cut and grabbed the fourth, fifth and sixth positions with Kevin Harvick leading the way. The year [...]

Woody: I Love The King And Bud
Friday, 26 Jun, 2009 – 7:40 | One Comment
Woody: I Love The King And Bud

By Larry Woody | Senior Writer

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Some of my recent rants have drawn responses from readers who may have misunderstood my positions on certain matters:
On Richard Petty & Budweiser: I don’t care if Richard serves Victory Lane brewskies from his cowboy hat – I’ll always be a Petty fan.
I’m pro-Petty and I’m certainly not anti-Bud. Some [...]

Dodge Getting Boost From The R6
Friday, 26 Jun, 2009 – 7:32 | Comments Off
Dodge Getting Boost From The R6

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Except for those gaga-about-Fiat kinds of people out there, the news about Chrysler has been pretty much a steady stream of sewage. Cutbacks, bailouts, dealer closings, layoffs, bankruptcy are all words which have been attached to the Chrysler name in recent months and not as potential names for the company’s [...]

Busch Scheduled To Make Encore Performance In Nashville
Wednesday, 24 Jun, 2009 – 9:33 | 2 Comments
Busch Scheduled To Make Encore Performance In Nashville

By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com 
Nashville – Kyle Busch, whose guitar-bashing antics following his June 6 win at Nashville Superspeedway created a nationwide uproar, is coming back to Music City.
Busch is scheduled to compete in the Aug. 23 All-American 150 at Fairgrounds Speedway.
“It’s going to be an interesting reception,” said track operator Danny Denson. “I [...]