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Archive for October 2011

Stewart Edges Johnson In Wild Martinsville Race

The 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship is far from over as Tony Stewart win on Sunday at Martinsville Speedway closed the gap between himself and points leader Carl Edwards to a mere eight markers with three races left in the season.

Hamlin Captures First Truck Victory

Denny Hamlin’s first in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 12 starts, adding the driver of the No. 18 Kyle Busch Motorsports Toyota to the list of drivers, now 23 in number, who have won at least one race in each of NASCAR’s top three series

King Keselowski? Wild Card Makes Case As Next In Line To NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Throne

The Cinderella story is one of the coolest experiences in sports, a moment in time when the team or athlete from which people expect very little goes out and kicks some tailpipe, advancing much further than anyone ever anticipated. In the 2011 Chase to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Brad Kewselowski is living it!

A brave person not just a champion is gone

By now even casual sports fans have learned of the passing of two-time and reigning Indy 500 champion Dan Weldon. One day later the loss is still hard to put into words.

Havens revs up for second start on NASCAR K&N Pro Series

With one start at Spokane County Raceway under his belt on the series, Spokane's Braeden Havens is confident that his No. 09 Hilliard Enterprises Chevrolet has the speed in it to secure a starting position in Saturday night's NASCAR Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 to be held at All-American Speedway just outside of Sacramento, California.

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