Keselowski Wins on Iowa Speedway

August 7, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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Keselowski Wins on Iowa Speedway

Brad Keselowski had a great Saturday that saw him grab his second win of the 2009 Nationwide Series season by taking the victory in the inaugural Nationwide Series competition on the Iowa Speedway outside of Newton, Iowa. This victory also provides Keselowski with an extra $75,000 through the Nationwide Insurance Dash 4 Cash program, which honors full-time Nationwide Series racers who are able to take the victory in selected races, with this race on the Iowa Speedway being one of the four included. The extra cash will certainly put a smile on his face and it’s a nice accomplishment for [...]

Kyle Busch Wins Lipton Tea 250

May 8, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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Kyle Busch Wins Lipton Tea 250

NASCAR drivers remind me of chariot drivers of past times, harnessing the power of wild beasts to power their chariots, as NASCAR drivers control the natural power of a gasoline and oxygen explosion to power their metal steeds.
The yearly competition to see which steed and driver combination is the fastest over a series of races which we call the Nationwide Series championship seems to be a two man race so far this season. Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards have both maneuvered back and forth into the over all championship at times like they were conducting their own personal two-man race.
While [...]

Ron Fellows Beats the Rain in Canada

August 3, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Ron Fellows Beats the Rain in Canada

Saturday’s running of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal was an historic night for the Nationwide Series, and NASCAR in general. As the rainy weather crept its way onto the tracks, the race was red flagged, and for the first time ever in a NASCAR points race, the teams switched over to grooved tires to run the remainder of the race.
The rain was eventually stopped 26 laps short due to poor visibility, and in the end, it was Canadian native, Ron Fellows, out in front of the pack when the race was officially called. Throughout [...]

What, Toyota Lost Their Horsepower? Kyle Busch Didn’t Notice

July 27, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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What, Toyota Lost Their Horsepower? Kyle Busch Didn’t Notice

Earlier in the week NASCAR implimented new rules restricting the horsepower output in the Nationwide Series engines, specifically targeting Toyota, as they were the only manufacturer running the effected engine packages. But, even that couldn’t stop Kyle Busch from dominating Saturday night at O’Reilly Raceway Park.
Busch started the race from the outside pole, and then ran away with the race, leading 197 of the 200 laps. The victory is Busch’s sixth NNS win of the season, and his 15th between NASCAR’s three premier series, surpassing the previous record set by Kevin Harvick. Colin Braun, in search of his first NASCAR [...]

Edwards the Hometown Victor at Gateway

July 20, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Edwards the Hometown Victor at Gateway

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Even with the Sprint Cup Series taking the week off, it was still a busy weekend for Missouri native, Carl Edwards …. particularly because he decided to commit to a three-day bicycle trip from his hometown of Columbia, MO to the track that lies in Madison, IL - just outside of the St. Louis metro-area.
Edwards made the trip and got to the track in time to qualify third for the Missouri-Illinois Dodge Dealers 250 at Gateway International Raceway, and then passed Jason Leffler with 48 laps remaining en route to picking up [...]

2009 Silly Season Tracker - Updated 7/14

July 14, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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2009 Silly Season Tracker - Updated 7/14

Transactions:
- DEI has picked up the 2009 option on Martin Truex Jr, though Truex disputes the legality of the verbiage in the contract.
- Hendrick Motorsports has announced the release of Casey Mears for next season.
- Richard Childress Racing has extended Clint Bowyer’s contract through 2011.
- Roush-Fenway Racing has extended Greg Biffle’s contract through 2011.
- Gillette-Evernham Motorsports has signed Elliott Sadler through 2010.
- Richard Childress Racing has announced the addition of the #33 car as a fourth Cup team in 2009.
- Petty Enterprises has signed Bobby LaBonte through 2012.
- Roush-Fenway Racing has signed Carl Edwards through 2011.
- Due to a lack [...]

Who’s Going to Fill the #20 Seat at Joe Gibbs Racing?

July 11, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Who’s Going to Fill the #20 Seat at Joe Gibbs Racing?

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Good morning, everyone. It’s another Friday here in mid-July, and it’s a hot one out there ….. which is rather fitting, because that’s the only way to describe the NASCAR scene as of late! I welcome you to another edition of our overly-glorified “Loose in Turn Three” segment. Of course you all know me, and with me as usual are my fellow NASCAR Bloggers, Bruce Simmons and Charlie Turner.
Just as we do every week, we have a trio of topics that the three of us are going to be discussing, but before we jump right into that, let’s [...]

Mark Martin to Hendrick; Office Depot to Tony Stewart

July 4, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Mark Martin to Hendrick; Office Depot to Tony Stewart

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Ever since we learned that Hendrick Motorsports scheduled a press conference this weekend at Daytona, most people believed that they would announce Mark Martin as the driver for their no. 5 car next season, and they were right. What was unclear, however, was whether it would be on a full-time basis, or if Mark would engage in another driver / mentor program to bring the young Brad Keselowski up through the ranks of the Sprint Cup Series … it turns out it may have been both.
With Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. [...]

Why Mark Martin Could be the Key to the Silly Season Domino Theory

July 1, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Why Mark Martin Could be the Key to the Silly Season Domino Theory

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With Aric Almirola now slated to drive the no. 8 car full-time for DEI next season, it appears as though the driver / mentor program that the organization set out to accomplish with veteran driver, Mark Martin, is now coming to a close. With Silly Season already in full effect, rumors are now circulating that Mark could announce his plans for the 2009 Sprint Cup season this weekend at Daytona, as reported by SPEED’s Wendy Venturini.
With the Silly Season talks turning into a chess match - or, even a poker game if you [...]

Tony Stewart Becomes 22nd Different Winner at New Hampshire

June 28, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Tony Stewart Becomes 22nd Different Winner at New Hampshire

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Tony Stewart has given the media something else to talk about for a day, as he conquered Camping World RV Sales 200 on Saturday, to become the Nationwide Series’ 22nd winner at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in just as many races. With Joey Logano sitting out of the no. 20 Joe Gibbs Toyota for the next few weeks, Stewart answered the call this weekend and led his JGR teammates to the finish line.
After leading the most laps on the afternoon, Stewart took the white flag as he tried to hold off teammates, Denny Hamlin [...]

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