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By Deb Williams | Senior Writer
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CONCORD, N.C. – Cory and Shayna Texter know well the tough life of an AMA Pro Flat Track racer; after all, their father, Randy, was an AMA U.S. Twin Sports Champion. But when he died in 2010 the siblings didn’t know if they could continue in the sport.
Their biggest supporter […]

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Flag to Flag: Phoenix
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Watching the Subway Fresh Fit 600?
Nick Bromberg is.
Follow along with him as he blogs all the action Flag to Flag at Phoenix International Raceway.

Sat, 04/10/10 – 19:08 | Comments Off on Flag to Flag: Phoenix
Ganassi Racks Up Barber Win
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
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Birmingham, Ala. – Loose cog? Missing man? No worries. The Chip Ganassi Racing machine rolls on.
Despite an injured crewman, the Ganassi team’s pit strategy and execution brought the team its second straight Grand-American Rolex Series victory in a two hour, 45-minute race at the Barber Motorsports Park.
Starting driver Memo Rojas […]

Sat, 04/10/10 – 18:20 | One Comment
Stewart Looking A Little Green
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It isn’t usually very green around Phoenix International Raceway, which is located in the Arizona desert. But, thanks to Office Depot, which co-sponsors Tony Stewart’s No. 14 Chevrolet Impala, the track is very green this week.
Office Depot has pledged to balance the entire estimated carbon-dioxide emissions associated with NASCAR’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 on Saturday […]

Sat, 04/10/10 – 16:53 | Comments Off on Stewart Looking A Little Green
Kenseth, Gordon Put Feud on Hold
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By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Arlington, Texas – Matt Kenseth’s career path took a brief detour into the gutter earlier this week, courtesy of a bowling-oriented promotion that admittedly left the NASCAR star embarrassed.
But Kenseth and four-time Sprint Cup champion Jeff Gordon both chose the high road at Phoenix International Raceway Friday during separate post-mortems […]

Sat, 04/10/10 – 13:09 | Comments Off on Kenseth, Gordon Put Feud on Hold
Red-Hot Power On Barber Pole
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
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Birmingham, Ala. – It was a crimson tide that took the front row for the first IndyCar race in Alabama.
Riding on the softer Firestones marked by a red sidewall, Will Power claimed the pole at the Barber Motorsports Park in pursuit of a third straight victory in as many tries […]

Sat, 04/10/10 – 12:55 | Comments Off on Red-Hot Power On Barber Pole
Race Day: Kicked Up Race To Test Drivers, Fans?
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By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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Interestingly, the promoters at Phoenix International Raceway, site of tonight’s Subway Fresh Fit 600, seem to think that the attention span of the American sports fan is expanding. How else to explain their decision to tack additional laps onto the race?
But in spite of evidence that attention spans and patience […]

Sat, 04/10/10 – 8:23 | Comments Off on Race Day: Kicked Up Race To Test Drivers, Fans?
Kyle Busch Wins Nationwide Race
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Kyle Busch passed Brad Keselowski for the lead with five laps to go and hung on to win the Bashas’ Supermarkets 300 Nationwide Series race Friday night at Phoenix International Raceway.
Kevin Harvick also got by Keselowski late in the race to finish second.
Keselowski finished third but took the series points lead away from Carl Edwards.
Busch got […]

Fri, 04/9/10 – 23:18 | One Comment
Force Powers To NHRA Pole
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John Force earned the provisional pole in Funny Car with a 4.021-second pass at 316.08 mph on the first day of qualifying at the 23rd annual O’Reilly NHRA Spring Nationals Friday.
The other provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the fifth of 23 races in the 2010 NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series season were Antron Brown […]

Fri, 04/9/10 – 21:11 | Comments Off on Force Powers To NHRA Pole
Allmendinger Claims PIR Pole
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A.J. Allmendinger won his first Sprint Cup Series pole on Friday when he was fastest in qualifying for Saturday’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Allmendinger, driving a Ford for Richard Petty Motorsports, turned a lap at 134.675 mph at the 1-mile PIR oval.
“It is exciting to get that first pole,” Allmendinger said. […]

Fri, 04/9/10 – 19:32 | Comments Off on Allmendinger Claims PIR Pole
Ingram: Record Drive Out of Focus
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At the Barber Motorsports Park this weekend, Will Power has a chance to become the first driver in IZOD IndyCar history to start the season with three straight victories since, well, since such records have been kept (by the Indy Racing League). After a remarkable comeback from two broken vertebrae last year, Power’s story is […]

Fri, 04/9/10 – 17:52 | Comments Off on Ingram: Record Drive Out of Focus