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King Nationwide Kyle Busch led an amazing 192 laps to set a single season record for wins. There were only 200 laps in the race! The Dover 200 will go down in history as the record setting 11th win for King Kyle.
I’m so happy that I requested off from work for my 26th birthday because I will be home to watch the Nationwide Series take to the unique Gateway International Speedway. Gateway is a 1.25 mile speedway – that’s nothing new
Let’s be honest here. When you look at the finish order and see only eleven cars on the lead lap at the end of the race you would say it was a boring race but that was not the case. This
Texas Motor Speedway; this is the race that Brad Keselowski expects to leave as the 2010 Nationwide Champion. Brad just has to finish 21st or better and there is nothing Carl Edwards can do to stop him from being crowned
In case you didn’t hear, Penske Championship Racing has finally won a Nascar Championship. It wasn’t with Rocket Man Ryan Newman or 2004 Champion Kurt Busch – or even 1989 Champion Rusty Wallace! It was with second year breakout star
We have just two more races before 2010 is in the books. Thankfully, it’s only about 3 months of off-season before we head back to Florida for the start of the 2011 season. Some teams are already set for plans
The last two Nationwide races have left a few of us feeling a bit empty, since both races ended with the same winner, and the same Champion. Brad Keselowski is the 2010 Champion. Nothing will change that. If you had a
I’m a bit sad while writing this. I’ve greatly enjoyed the past few months, writing these preview and review articles. I’ve been told that I will be retained for the 2011 season, which is great. It will be a few
Brad Keselowski won. I long for the day I get to praise another Nationwide-only Winner. Reed Sorenson is now 70 points back of Ricky Stenhouse and 50 points back from second place Elliott Sadler. Let’s take a different look at
Trevor Bayne won. It was a goo – Wait, What? Trevor Bayne won? That’s right. After three years and 77 races, Trevor Bayne finally proved he is no one hit wonder. Bayne won his first Nationwide Race of his career.
Brad Keselowski, the 2010 Nationwide Champion, took home the Ford 300 as Ricky Stenhouse Jr was crowned 2011 Champion. Timmy Hill won Rookie of the Year, and the #60 Roush Fenway Ford Team won the Owner’s Championship. Stenhouse didn’t have
We are down to just two drivers still in the hunt for the 2011 Nationwide Championship and both are seeking their first one ever. At lot has been made about Phoenix being a wild card in both the Sprint Cup