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The final race of the 2010 NASCAR season takes place Sunday at Homestead-Miami Speedway. I'm hoping for a great battle between the top 3 contenders for the Sprint Cup. Kasey Kahne will start on the pole with Carl Edwards starting P2. I think AJDinger summed up this weekend perfectly. AJDinger There seems to be a very strong "last day of school" vibe this weekend. Lol. kaseykahne great job by the red bull guys. cars fast! dennyhamlin Nothing like a challenge. I sure don't make my job any easier that's for sure jpmontoya Think we have a good race car for tomorrow. And we think we know what happen yesterday. Should be fun passing all those cars. MCraftonracing Season is over now I'm ready for some vacation. Now we will make next year better. mw55 I texted jimmie and denny and asked them how they were feeling this morning, they didn't answer. I dont have kevins phone #. anyone? KevinHarvick Has been a good weekend so far. Learned a few things in nw race that will help tomorrow. Car is really good should be a fun day. Enjoy the race.
- No time wasted, Cole Whitt newest JR Motorsports driver Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and his team JR Motorsports wasted no time finding a replacement for Aric Almirola, who was announced as the newest driver at Richard Petty Motorsports on Wednesday. On Wednesday, JR Motorsports announced that Cole Whitt would drive the No. 88 Chevrolet during the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series season. Whitt joins JR Motorsports from the
- Robin Buck wins second NCTS race of the season Late race contact between last week’s Indy 500 Pole winner, Alex Tagliani and former NCTS Champion Andrew Ranger wrecked Tagliani’s car and brought out the caution forcing a Green/White/Checker finish. NASCAR penalized Ranger for agressive driving which handed the lead to Robin Buck who was running third at the time of the incident. Buck would
- Sound Bites: Jimmie Johnson sounds off on Kurt Busch By now we’ve all seen the video of Jimmie and Kurt doing a little rubbing on the track and the ‘conversation’ that followed on Pit Road after the race, well here is what Jimmie had to say about it. RICHMOND, VA – 3 months ago: Kurt Busch, driver of the #22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge, leads Jimmie Johnson,
- Mike Wallace manages top-20 at Watkins Glen despite spin and pit road penalty WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (August 13, 2011) – Mike Wallace and the un-sponsored No. 01 Chevrolet of JD Motorsports started the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Waktins Glen International filled with optimism from their last road course visit. When the series visited Road America earlier this year, Wallace and team led laps and exited there with a