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TUDOR USCC Brickyard Grand Prix Qualifying Results

Welcome to the third running of the NASCAR Super Weekend at the famed 2.5-mile oval of the 105-year old Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The stock cars of the Nationwide and Sprint Cup series practice and compete Friday through Sunday, but first, the sports cars.

Under perfect, sunny weather, the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship arrived at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway - the first time the unified sports car championship has ever competed at the Brickyard.

The Grand-American series had competed here the last two years with the NASCAR Super Weekend (sports cars, Nationwide, and Sprint Cup), but this is the first time many of the former American Le Mans Series teams have been on the IMS 2.439-mile infield road course.

In the day's first practice session, the #1 HPD ARX-03b prototype of Scott Sharp and Ryan Dalziel was quickest at 1:18.349 sec. (112.068 mph).

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 6:04 PM, 07.24.2014

ISW Clauson Takes 2nd Sprint Week Title

Clauson and his second ISW Trophy, and dog. photo Speedblur101

HAUBSTADT, IN JULY 19, 2014 -RIS- It was a night of seconds as Bryan Clauson won his second Indiana Sprint Week in a title while Robert Ballou won his second sprint week feature of 2014.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 11:00 AM, 07.20.2014

Elliott Takes Chicago and the Point Lead

JOLIET, IL – RIS – Chase Elliott pitted short to gain the advantage he needed to hold off Trevor Bayne and win the www.enjoyillinois.com 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on Saturday night. Elliott led 85 laps en route to the victory, his third of the season.  He also regained the series point leadership by seven points with his win.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 11:50 PM, 07.19.2014

ISW Clauson Repeat Winner at Bloomington

Clauson prepairs to pass Schuerenberg for the lead at Bloomington. photo- Speedblur101

BLOOMINGTON, IN JULY 18, 2014 -RIS- Bryan Clauson increased his points lead over Dave Darland with his second Indiana Sprint week win of 2014 at Bloomington Speedway. After losing the lead to Darland at the start of the feature Clauson fell to third behind a surging Hunter Schuerenberg who took the lead on lap 11. As the race progressed conditions on the lower groove favored by Clauson improved and about lap 14 he took second from Darland. On lap 25 Tyler Cortney flipped in turn two and on the restart from that Clauson took the lead from Schuerenberg.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 9:26 AM, 07.19.2014

ISW Ballou Wins Round Five

A happy gang as Robert Ballou has Putnamville win. photo- SpeedBlur101

PUTNAMVILLE, IN JULY17, 2014 -RIS- It's hard to imagine what Robert Ballou would be if he wasn't in a sprint car. That maybe why he has struggled on shoe string budgets for the past two years to continue his driving career. His hard work may have started to pay off for him because “Indiana Sprint Week” has a new winner. Robert won wire-to-wire at Putnamville Thursday night.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 2:40 AM, 07.18.2014

ISW, Clauson Wins First At Action Track

A heat starts at the Action Track. photo Speedblur101

TERRE HAUTE JULY 16, 2014 -RIS- “I think this is the last track in Indiana I had to cross off my list and man it's been tough. You don't walk into wins at Terre Haute!” Explained Bryan Clauson in the winners circle after his first win at the “Action Track”. Clauson had started the 30 lap feature third and followed early leaders Brady Bacon, laps 1 through 13 and Robert Ballou, laps 14 through 16.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 2:52 AM, 07.17.2014

ISW Rain Rules "The Burg"

Trucks try and save the track @ Lawrenceburg as the rain falls. PHOTO- Speedblur101

LAWRENCEBURG IN JULY 13, 2014 -RIS- The weather was the story at Lawrenceburg and It was a case of it being too good to give up and too bad to race. Showers had visited Lawrenceburg in the afternoon but didn't prevent the start of round three of Indiana Sprint Week.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 1:16 AM, 07.14.2014

Keselowski Wins Second Straight Cup Race While Ford Wins Fourth in a Row

LOUDON, NH – RIS – For the second day in a row, Brad Keselowski dominated a race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and won going away.  Yesterday, it was the NASCAR Nationwide Series race, and today it was the NASCAR Sprint Cup race, the Camping World 301.  He was more dominant in the Nationwide race, leading 152 of 200 laps, but leading 138 of 305 wasn’t shabby.  It also was the fourth straight win for Ford and the second straight for Keselowski.  Ford has not won four races in a row since the 2001 season. The win is also the eighth of the season for Ford, the most for the manufacturer since winning 11 times in 2008.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 11:01 PM, 07.13.2014

Darland Takes Kokomo In IWS Race 2

Darland gets the winner's due at Kokomo. Photo Speedblur101

KOKOMO IN, JULY 12, 2014 -RIS- Kokomo Speedway is Dave Darland's 'home' track and it sure looked that way as Darland set a new track record in qualifying of 12.405 seconds and went on to win the 30 lap feature by holding off Justin Grant in a thrilling finish.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 3:21 AM, 07.13.2014

Keselowski Wins Louden Nationwide Race in Dominating Fashion

Credit - Jim Cole - AP

LOUDON, NH – RIS – Brad Keselowski, driving a Team Penske Mustang, dominated the Sta-Green 250 NASCAR Nationwide Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway by leading 152 of 200 laps.  It was Keselowski’s second Nationwide win of the year, and the 29th of his career,

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 12:40 AM, 07.13.2014

Jon Stanbrough Takes Sprint Week Opener

racingGAS CITY, IN JULY 11, 2014 -RIS- Jon Stanbrough was in the winners circle for the second year in a row as he captured the Sprint week opening race at Gas City I-69 Speedway. Starting on the pole, Stanbrough lead every lap on an unusually slick track which made passing nearly impossible. Running on the bottom the whole race Stanbrough had Justin Grant near him for all of the 30 lap feature.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 1:38 AM, 07.12.2014

NCATS-Ranger wins from the pole.

NCATS-ICAR 2014-Andrew Ranger (27) and Alex Guénette (39) battling for first place

MIRABEL, QUÉBEC, CANADA – RIS – Starting from the pole, Andrew Ranger wins the Jiffy Lube 100 Presented by La Petite Brettone At Circuit ICAR.  Alex Guénette finished second and the only other driver to lead during the race.  Louis-Philippe Dumoulin completes the podium for the third race of the season in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 2:34 AM, 07.07.2014

Aric Almirola Wins Rain Shortened Coke Zero 400 at Daytona for First Series Win

DAYTONA BEACH, FL – RIS – With a little help from Mother Nature, Aric Almirola took the No. 43 Ford Fusion of Richard Petty Motorsports back to victory lane for the first time since 1999.  Rain that just wouldn’t go away ended the Coke Zero 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race after 112 of the scheduled 160 laps.  It was a well deserved win for Almirola who has come so close over the last two seasons.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 5:00 PM, 07.06.2014

Rain Forces Postponement at Daytona

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - RIS - Rain that started in early afternoon continued through the day and forced postponement of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway.  the race will be run on Sunday morning, July 6th, at 11:00 AM, weather permitting.  The forecast for Sunday is not very good.  The National Weather Service is calling for a 60% chance of thunderstorms after noon.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 12:55 AM, 07.06.2014

Kahne Nips Smith for Nationwide Series Victory at Daytona

DAYTONA BEACH, FL - RIS - Regan Smith seemed to have the NASCAR Nationwide race at Daytona well in hand until a late caution.  He was still in the lead on the final lap, but Kasey Kahne, with a little help from Ryan Sieg, moved past him at the line to win.  It was a night of surprises, not only in the finishing order, but also in the racing and saw only the inside line leading unlike past races here.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 12:08 AM, 07.05.2014

Gilliland Wins Pole at Daytona for the Coke Zero 400

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DAYTONA BEACH, FL - RIS - Although the drivers only got through one session of NASCAR's Knockout Qualifying procedure, the winner was a surprise, something that isn't new to Front Row Racing.  This time it was David Gilliland.  Gilliland by virtue of having the fastest time, ended up on the pole for Saturday night's race.  Even so, Gilliland wasn't praising his car or the track where the race will be held.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 11:37 PM, 07.04.2014

Book Review: Magnolias, Sweet Tea, and Exhaust--a Book for All Fans

It all started with a Facebook message from someone I didn’t know.  She was a friend of a friend who had a new book coming out in July.  I was in the press box at Martinsville Speedway on that day and looking at the social media site while waiting for the race to begin.  She offered to send me a pre-release copy of the book.  What I found was one of the most comprehensive beginner’s books on NASCAR and being a fan.

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Volume 2014, Issue 7, Posted 12:21 AM, 07.02.2014

Keselowski Dominates Kentucky for His Second Win of 2014

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SPARTA, KY - RIS - Brad Keselowski got the monkey off his back Saturday night in the Quaker State 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Kentucky Speedway.  The 2012 champion had made mistakes in recent races that cost him victory.  That didn't happen in this race as Keselowski dominated the event by leading 199 of the 267 laps run.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 11:57 PM, 06.28.2014

Harvick Wins Kentucky Nationwide Series Race

SPARTA, Ky. Kevin Harvick finally got the shot at Kyle Busch that he had been waiting for. Harvick overtook Busch on the final restart and held off Brad Keselowski to win the NASCAR Nationwide Series race Friday night at Kentucky Speedway.

After failing to pass Busch's Toyota on an earlier restart, Harvick succeeded with another chance on Lap 196. His Chevy gained enough space from Keselowski, who rallied from 17th following a pass-through penalty with 50 laps left to finish second in a Ford.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 8:31 PM, 06.28.2014

Kyle Busch Dominates Kentucky Truck Race

SPARTA, Ky. Kyle Busch made it 5 for 5 this season in the Camping World Truck Series, holding off Kyle Busch Motorsports teammate Darrell Wallace Jr. on Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway.

Busch has six straight series victories dating to last season and 40 overall in 120 starts. The Sprint Cup driver led the final 55 laps in the 150-lap race. He also won at the 1.5-mile track in 2011.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 8:26 PM, 06.28.2014

Edwards Holds Off Gordon at Sonoma and Backflips to Victory Lane

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SONOMA, CA - RIS - After all the speculation about Roush Fenway Racing and Carl Edwards, many thought the driver of the No.99 Ford would be hard pressed to even compete the rest of the season.  The answer came in a victory on the road course at Sonoma.  Edwards held off Jeff Gordon for his second win of the season and a certain ticket into The Chase.  It was Edwards' first win on a road course.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 6:55 PM, 06.22.2014

Johnson Wins Third of Season at Michigan

BROOKLYN, MI – RIS – Jimmie Johnson might have had a slow start, but the six-time champion is red hot now.  Johnson won his third race in claiming victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday.  Johnson only led 39 of the 200 laps, but in the end he used fuel strategy to win and stay strong.  It was the first career win for Johnson at MIS, a track where he has always wanted to bring home a win so close to the manufacturers’ homes.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 5:20 PM, 06.15.2014

Menard Back in Victory Lane at Michigan

Paul Menard sharing a joke at the 2014 Media Tour

(BROOKLY, MICH - JUNE 14, 2014 - RIS) Paul Menard returned to Victory Lane after a 98-race absence dating back to Milwaukee in 2006. Joey Logano, leading for 43 of the 125 lap race, suffered a cut tire late and faded to 16th at the finish after a stop to replace the flat. Sam Hornish Jr led three laps and rookie Chase Elliott headed the field twice for a total of six laps.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 5:16 PM, 06.14.2014

Harvick Wins Pole for Sunday's Cup Race at Michigan

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BROOKLYN, MI - RIS - Kevin Harvick continued his fast ways on Friday in winning the pole position for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race. Harvick posted a track-record average-lap speed of 204.557 mph in the final round of Friday’s knockout qualifying to win the pole for Sunday’s Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 2:34 PM, 06.14.2014

Week One of CMS' Summer Shootout

Yep, school buses racing at Charlotte

CONCORD, N.C. (June 10, 2014) Track release – Summer storms cut short the wild action on Tuesday night during week one of the 21st annual Jack in the Box Summer Shootout Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Tom Pistone, Riley Halverson and Carson Ferguson picked up wins during the weather-shortened show.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 11:36 PM, 06.10.2014

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Wins First At 33rd Annual Pocono 400 In Front Of Great Crowd At Pocono

Dale Earnhradt, Jr. makes his run down the Long Straight away at Pocono for his very first win at the "Tricky Triangle." Dean Patton Photo.

Long Pond, PA – RIS – Dale Earnhardt, Jr, driving the #88 National Guard Chevrolet wins in front of one of the largest crowds at Pocono in recent years. Earnhardt makes a pass on #2 Brad Keselowski , with five to go and refuses to allow him to close. Keselowski’s has heat issues that were due to trash covering the grill on the #2 Redd’s Apple Ford. After heating up, Keselowski deals with the Earnhardt pass and then run off for the final laps. Though there was an attempt to get close enough to Earnhardt to clear the grill, Keselowski fails as Earnhardt makes it too hard to gather up the distance to try.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 5:28 PM, 06.08.2014

Junior Nation Celebrates at Pocono

Dale Jr. speaking at the Media Tour in January

(LONG POND, PA – JUNE 8, 2014 - RIS) – Trash on Brad Keselowski's grille, a missed pick to clear it and a great run by Dale Earnhardt Jr for the pass gave Earnhardt his first victory at the Pennsylvania triangle and the second for crew chief Steve Letarte. "He had me beat. I couldn't get past him," said Junior in Victory Lane after the race. Keselowski commented that his car "was already starting to blow up."

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 4:52 PM, 06.08.2014

Carpenter Wins in Texas - Late-Race Penalty Hurts Power

Carpenter Celebrates at Texas (Photo: Chris Owens/INDYCAR)

Ed Carpenter held off Will Power and three other drivers during a restart shootout in the final three laps to win the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway by 0.5247 of a second.

It was the third career victory for the owner/driver and second for Ed Carpenter Racing this season. There have been six different winners, including Carpenter's teammate Mike Conway, in eight races.

"I just felt like we left some on the table in qualifying, but it made me extra motivated," said Carpenter, who qualified fifth in the No. 20 Fuzzy's Vodka/Ed Carpenter Racing Chevrolet. "I think we were for sure the car to beat at the end. I have loved this race track for a long time and had a lot of bad luck here. I have really always wanted to win here, so I'm super excited."

Carpenter, who led only a single lap in his previous 12 starts on the 1.455-mile, high-banked oval with a previous best finish of fourth, led 90 laps.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 11:54 AM, 06.08.2014

INDYCAR - CARPENTER CLAIMS FIRESTONE 600 VICTORY AT TEXAS MOTOR SPEEDWAY


FORT WORTH, Texas (Saturday, June 7, 2014) - Ed Carpenter held off Will Power and three other drivers during a restart shootout in the final three laps to win the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway by 0.5247 of a second.

It was the third career victory for the owner/driver and second for Ed Carpenter Racing this season. There have been six different winners, including Carpenter's teammate Mike Conway, in eight races.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 7:03 AM, 06.08.2014

INDYCAR -Results, Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway

Verizon IndyCar Series
Firestone 600


FORT WORTH, Texas -
Results Saturday of the Firestone 600 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 1.455 mile Texas Motor Speedway, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, chassis-engine, laps completed and reason out (if any):

1. (5) Ed Carpenter, Dallara-Chevy, 248, Running
2. (1) Will Power, Dallara-Chevy, 248, Running
3. (4) Juan Pablo Montoya, Dallara-Chevy, 248, Running
4. (6) Simon Pagenaud, Dallara-Honda, 248, Running
5. (7) Scott Dixon, Dallara-Chevy, 248, Running

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 7:00 AM, 06.08.2014

Power Starts on Pole at TMS

Will Power earned his second consecutive Verizon P1 Award for Saturday's Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway with a two-lap average speed of 218.896 mph on the 1.455-mile, high-banked oval.

Power, driving the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske car, broke a tie with Dario Franchitti for sixth on the all-time Indy car list with his 34th pole and second of the season.

"I was actually surprised by the speed on the first lap (219.550 mph) and thought 'I have to do it again,'" said Power, who has started in the top five at Texas in six consecutive races and won in 2011. "I'm very focused on the race. Last year, (teammate) Helio (Castroneves) was very strong, so I'll try to get a car that strong for the race if I can."

Four different teams are represented in the top five and seven in the top 10.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 6:01 PM, 06.07.2014

INDYCAR - INDYCAR DUAL IN DETROIT POST-EVENT INFRACTIONS

Team Penske and a Crew member from SPM fined.


INDIANAPOLIS (Wednesday, June 4, 2014) - INDYCAR announced today post-event infractions from the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit, which was held May 31 and June 1 at The Raceway at Belle Isle Park in Detroit.

 

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 3:03 PM, 06.04.2014

Jack in the Box Summer Shootout 21st Season Starting at Charlotte

-- For Immediate Release -- CONCORD, N.C. (June 5, 2014) – Families searching for affordable fun need look no further than Charlotte Motor Speedway this summer. The 21st annual Jack in the Box Summer Shootout Series returns June 10 through July 29. The eight-week, family-friendly racing series features the best Legend Car and Bandolero competition in the country.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 12:45 PM, 06.05.2014

INDYCAR - Results of the Dual in Detroit, Race 2

Verizon IndyCar Series
Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans Dual 2

1. (3) Helio Castroneves, Dallara-Chevy, 70, Running
2. (8) Will Power, Dallara-Chevy, 70, Running
3. (20) Charlie Kimball, Dallara-Chevy, 70, Running
4. (22) Scott Dixon, Dallara-Chevy, 70, Running
5. (2) James Hinchcliffe, Dallara-Honda, 70, Running

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 2:09 PM, 06.02.2014

INDYCAR - CASTRONEVES COMPLETES DUAL IN DETROIT SWEEP FOR TEAM PENSKE


DETROIT (Sunday, June 1, 2014) -- Helio Castroneves climbed the fence at Belle Isle again -- 14 years after his signature victory celebration was born following his first Indy car win in 2000 in the Motor City.

Castroneves' climb on June 1 was in honor of his 29th Indy car victory after winning Dual 2 of the Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans by 1.6836 seconds over teammate Will Power.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 2:05 PM, 06.02.2014

Jimmie Johnson Wins At Dover Ending Busch's Weekend Sweep

Jimmie Jonhson takes the #48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet to his ninth win at Dover International Speedway for the 45th Annual FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks. Dean Patton Photo.

Dover, DE. – RIS – Jimmie Johnson in his #48 Lowe’s/Kobolt Tools Chevrolet ends the sweep for #18 Kyle Busch at Dover International Speedway. In truth, after leading for 81 laps Busch and #15 Clint Bowyer got together and Busch ended up in the turn 1 wall ending his run for the weekend.  It was a tuff ending after such a great weekend for Busch. Just laps after the drop of the Green after Busch’s problem a number of cars got together after the concrete started cracking coming out of turn two. After a Red flag stoppage that lasted for just over six minutes we went back to racing. This was when Jimmie Johnson really tamed the Monster as well as the rest of the field.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 7:12 PM, 06.01.2014

Unofficial Results Dover Fed Ex 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks

UNOFFICIAL Race Results: Dover International Speedway: 45th Annual FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks

Fin, Str, Driver, Car, Lap, Pts, BPts, Status, TLd, LLd
1) 4, Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Lowe's/Kobalt Tools Chevrolet, 400, 48, 5, Running, 7, 272
2) 1, Brad Keselowski, No. 2 Miller Lite Ford, 400, 43, 1, Running, 1, 1
3) 21, Matt Kenseth, No. 20 Dollar General Toyota, 400, 42, 1, Running, 5, 17
4) 10, Clint Bowyer, No. 15 Cherry5-hrEnergySpecialOpsWarriorFnd Toyota, 400, 41, 1, Running, 2, 5
5) 7, Denny Hamlin, No. 11 Autism Speaks/FedEx Freight Toyota, 400, 39, , Running, ,
6) 16, Martin Truex Jr., No. 78 Furniture Row Chevrolet, 400, 38, , Running, ,
7) 20, Tony Stewart, No. 14 Code 3/Mobil 1 Chevrolet, 400, 37, , Running, ,
8) 3, Joey Logano, No. 22 Shell Pennzoil Ford, 400, 36, , Running, ,
9) 13, Dale Earnhardt Jr., No. 88 National Guard Chevrolet, 400, 35, , Running, ,
10) 15, Paul Menard, No. 27 Pittsburgh Paints/Menards Chevrolet, 400, 34, , Running, ,

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 8:40 PM, 06.01.2014

INDYCAR - POWER TAKES OPENING ROUND OF BELLE ISLE DOUBLEHEADER



DETROIT (Saturday, May 31, 2014) - Will Power overtook race leader Ryan Briscoe on a Lap 60 restart and then held off Graham Rahal over a 10-lap sprint to win Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans Dual 1.

"(Rahal) was really pushing me at the end and it was a great victory for Roger, the (crew) guys and Verizon," said Power, who started 16th in the No. 12 Verizon Team Penske car and tied Tommy Milton for 18th all time with his 23rd Indy car victory.

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Volume 2014, Issue 6, Posted 9:13 AM, 06.01.2014

Kyle Busch Is Monster of the Monster Mile Twice and A Real Threat To Sweep

Kyle Busch takes his bow after winning the 33rd Annual Buckle Up 200 at Dover International Speedway. Dean Patton photo.

Dover, DE – RIS – It took Kyle Busch until lap 75 to catch, pass, and then dominate Jory Logano in the 33rd Annual Buckle Up 200 presented by Click It or Ticket. Once the Yellow was dropped for that French (Debris) fodder found on the backstretch it was lights out for the field. Kyle Busch was first out and the rest as they say was history. It really is as far as Dover International is concerned. Kyle Busch driving the #54 Monster Energy Toyota is the first to ever win both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series races on the same weekend at Dover.

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Volume 2014, Issue 5, Posted 5:31 PM, 05.31.2014