Joey Logano Wins the Dollar General 300

July 15, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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Joey Logano Wins the Dollar General 300

A critical choice by crew chief Dave Rogers at the right time propelled NASCAR racer Joey Logano to victory Friday night in the Dollar General 300 Nationwide race held at Chicago’s Chicagoland Speedway.  Staying out on the track during the second caution of the Dollar General 300 on Lap 185, Logano was able to pull away from teammate Kyle Busch after the restart on Lap 192 on his old tires and the choice turned out to be the right one. Kyle Busch for his part had taken two fresh tires during the restart and was astonished when Logano was able … [Read More]

NASCAR’s New Blood

June 30, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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NASCAR’s New Blood

Joey Logano must feel like the dark skies that had been around him have parted and he can finally see the sun, as after a season that has seen the 19 year old racer ride ups and downs, he finally captured his first win of the season in a rain shortened affair at New Hampshire’s Motor Speedway at Loudon.
Nervous minutes before Joey Logano had been sitting against his No. 20 race car, trying to look cool and collected as he waited to hear if he was going to capture his first win due to the intervention of Mother Nature. The … [Read More]

Kyle Busch Wins the RV Sales 200

June 28, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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Kyle Busch Wins the RV Sales 200

Tired of doing all the work the last few races, only to finish out of first place, Kyle Busch decided to take a different route to victory in Saturday’s Camping World RV Sales 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon. Instead of jumping out in front and setting the pace at the Magic Mile, Kyle Busch decided he didn’t need to lead the majority of the laps to win the race. Kyle Busch has lead the majority of the laps in his last eight races, but only managed to win two. In fact, all he really had to do … [Read More]

Joey Logano Wins the Meijer 300

June 14, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
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Joey Logano Wins the Meijer 300

Joe Gibbs Racing’s Joey Logano became the first NASCAR racer to be victorious in the Meijer 300 Nationwide Series race two consecutive years at the Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky, on Sunday. An achievement that had Joey Logano smiling when he learned the facts and who could blame him considering the difficulty of such a feat of racing.
Logano had become the first NASCAR driver to take the pole position two years in a row at the 1.5 mile venue in Kentucky, earlier in the day. The Kentucky Speedway seems to suit Logano’s driving style and car and we’re sure he … [Read More]

Camping World RV 400 Preview

September 28, 2008 by Tony Baldwin  
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Camping World RV 400 Preview

Good news for those involved in the Chase. Saturday’s practice times/speeds were faster for most than qualifying. Three of the top six times were the likes of Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson and Greg Biffle – the top three in the Chase standings.
Biffle’s No. 16 car posted the fastest time during the practice round, cutting up the Kansas Speedway at 167.385 MPH. Biffle is tied for second in the Chase standings, along with Johnson, who finished the practice round with a top speed of 166.528. Edwards posted the third-best top speed in the No. 99 car at … [Read More]

Links for Friday 9/26

September 26, 2008 by Tony Baldwin  
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Links for Friday 9/26

Getting this page back in the groove begins now. As NASCAR heads to Kansas this weekend, we will take a quick trip around some other sites to get some insight on what is going on right now.
Tony Stewart says “Sliced Bread” is a good replacement for him.
Jeff Foxworthy is coming out with a new animated show about a NASCAR family. We can only hope it doesn’t bomb like “The Jeff Foxworthy Show” did.
Bruce’s NASCAR Bits and Pieces wonders where A.J. Allmendinger will be ending up after being let go by Red Bull.
From the Marbles compares Jimmie Johnson to … [Read More]

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 … [Read More]

Gibbs Not Expanding to Four Teams; Not Adding Newman, Either

July 29, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Gibbs Not Expanding to Four Teams; Not Adding Newman, Either

Over the weekend, several sources reported that Joe Gibbs came right out and said that it was beginning to look very unlikely that his prominent organization, Joe Gibbs Racing, would expand to include a fourth team in the Cup Series next season. Gibbs told reporters that it was getting too late in the year to properly put together an expansion package that would make a fourth team competitive right off the bat, and I’m sure that losing Tony Stewart didn’t help their plans, either.
“You wouldn’t say never, but it doesn’t look right now that it will happen for us next … [Read More]

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 … [Read More]

Do You NASCAR Hits the F1 Pitlane

July 25, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
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Do You NASCAR Hits the F1 Pitlane

I would like to thank John Beamer, one of the writers for F1 Pitlane, for contacting me recently to do an interview over at the site … to which, of course, I happily obliged. John is a great guy and they do a fantastic job over there, so I encourage you all to go give it a look and while you’re there, take a look at the interview.
A Stateside Perspective – NASCAR and F1

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