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Kyle Busch came back from a penalty near the end of the second stage of Wednesday night’s Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway and went on and get the victory.
The now five-time Bristol Truck Series winner pulled away from Matt Crafton at the Lap 201 restart and cruised to his third Truck […]

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Hood: A Long, Awarding Season
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By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
The longest season in all of sports concludes on today when the checkered flag waves over the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Today, all eyes in the motorsports world will be focused on Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick and Jimmie Johnson as they battle for the Sprint Cup trophy.
The champions in NASCAR’s Nationwide and Camping […]

Sun, 11/21/10 – 7:31 | One Comment
Busch Wins Homestead NNS Race
Kyle Busch put himself in contention for a final-weekend-of-the-NASCAR-season sweep Saturday night when he won the Ford 300 Nationwide Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Busch, who won Friday night’s Ford 200 Camping World Truck Series race at Homestead and will be in Sunday’s Ford 400 Sprint Cup race, took the lead from Kevin Harvick with 22 […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 19:30 | Comments Off on Busch Wins Homestead NNS Race
Logano On NNS Pole
Joey Logano will start Saturday afternoon’s Ford 300 Nationwide Series from the pole.
Logano won the pole with a qualifying lap at 171.499 mph earlier on Saturday. It was the eighth pole of the season for Logano. He also has two victories.
Kyle Busch, Logano’s Joe Gibbs Racing teammate, was second fastest in qualifying session with a […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 13:05 | Comments Off on Logano On NNS Pole
Anderson Loses Championship Car To Fire
For the second time in less than a year, four-time NHRA Pro Stock world champion Greg Anderson has been the victim of a fire.
As the 2010 champion flew home Thursday from the National Hot Rod Association’s season-finale in Pomona, Calif., the transporter that serves as the team’s racetrack headquarters caught fire on the I-10 Freeway […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 8:45 | 2 Comments
Q and A: Dario Franchitti
Fort Worth, Texas – Reigning IZOD IndyCar Series champion Dario Franchitti visited Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth on Friday to conduct an offseason, one-day test session for Target Chip Ganassi Racing. During a break, Franchitti took time to discuss a variety of topics ranging from his championship season to the arrival of the new […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 8:37 | Comments Off on Q and A: Dario Franchitti
Minter: 2010 To Exit With Non-Fillable Shoes
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By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
The remaining days of the 2010 NASCAR season likely will be dominated by talk of what was won during the year – who won the races and the championships. Will it be Jimmie Johnson winning a record fifth straight Sprint Cup championship, or will it be Denny Hamlin or Kevin […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 8:20 | Comments Off on Minter: 2010 To Exit With Non-Fillable Shoes
Fennig Recalls Luck Factor Of ’04 Title Chase
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By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
Six years after the first Chase for the Sprint Cup concluded at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, three drivers are in close contention for the title once again. The role of luck may well decide which one wins.
That was the case when Kurt Busch emerged from a nail-biter versus Jimmie Johnson and Jeff […]

Sat, 11/20/10 – 7:44 | Comments Off on Fennig Recalls Luck Factor Of ’04 Title Chase
Busch Wins Race, Owners Championship
Kyle Busch passed Ron Hornaday Jr. for the lead on a restart with four laps to go and went on to win the Camping World Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway Friday night.
The victory in the Ford 200 season-ending race gave Busch the owners championship.
“I feel like I won with my people this year,” Busch […]

Fri, 11/19/10 – 22:27 | Comments Off on Busch Wins Race, Owners Championship
Johnson Tops Chase Contenders In Qualifying
Jimmie Johnson will start Sunday’s season-ending Ford 400 Sprint Cup race in the best position among drivers still in contention for the 2010 championship.
Johnson, who will be second in points when the race begins, will be sixth on the starting grid. His qualifying lap was at 176.482 mph. That was about a half mile per […]

Fri, 11/19/10 – 16:26 | Comments Off on Johnson Tops Chase Contenders In Qualifying
Woody: Chase Racers Strain Pacemakers
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If this season’s Chase for the Championship hasn’t got you excited, you might want to check your pulse.
You might be clinically dead.
I don’t see how anyone who doesn’t have a tag on their toe won’t be perched on the edge of their La-Z-Boy Sunday afternoon when they roll off the line at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
NASCAR wanted […]

Fri, 11/19/10 – 15:26 | Comments Off on Woody: Chase Racers Strain Pacemakers