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‘Motor Sports’ Articles

Randy LaJoie reinstated by NASCAR

NASCAR reinstated former driver Randy LaJoie this past week following his suspension for a failed drug test.

LaJoie was suspended in June for violating NASCAR’s substance abuse policy. LaJoie said at the time he had smoked marijuana in May. NASCAR said in reinstating him, that LaJoie has successfully completed a counseling program.

Randy LaJoie (photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images for

LaJoie drove in 44 races over 12 years in NASCAR’s top series, the Sprint Cup. He was very successful in the Nationwide series, where he won 15 races over 19 seasons.

LaJoie, who also worked as an ESPN analyst, was suspended by the network following his NASCAR suspension, had been randomly drug tested by NASCAR because he applied for a license to become a spotter for one of Joe Gibbs Racing’s Nationwide Series teams.

Info courtesy of NASCAR

Power wins IRL race at Sonoma, California

Will Power won at a track, where he had to be airlifted from in 2009 after a crash. He dominated the Indy Grand Prix of Sonoma at Infineon Raceway near San Francisco.

Power suffered a broken back in a crash during practice a year ago.

Will Power (courtesy of IRL)

Sunday, he led 73 of 75 laps over 2,303-mile circuit.

Power upped his IndyCar series lead to 59 points over Dario Franchitti, who finished third behind Scott Dixon.

compiled from IRL news

Kyle Busch sets record with Cup win in sweeping Bristol

The controversial and outspoken Kyle Busch, made NASCAR history Saturday night with an unheard of and unprecedented sweep of three national races at one track in one week. He completed the triple victory in the Sprint Cup race at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee.

Kyle Busch NASCAR Sprint Cup (courtesy of

Busch waved a broom in victory lane at Bristol where he won for the third time in four days. He won the truck race on Wednesday, the Nationwide race on Friday to become the first driver to complete the sweep in the 16 years that NASCAR has had three different racing stages.

David Reutimann came back from a bout with food poisoning to finish second in a Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing, and Jamie McMurray was third in a Chevrolet for Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing.

compiled from staff, wire & NASCAR news

Kyle Busch is 2 for 2 at Bristol Motor Speedway this week

Kyle Busch is one race closer to sweeping the weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee. He won the Camping World Trucks series on Wednesday and the Nationwide series race on Friday night after intentionally causing a wreck with Brad Keselowski.

The Bristol crowd booed the controversial Busch as he was celebrating his 10th Nationwide victory of 2010.

Busch will try to win the Sprint Cup Series race Saturday night to make it 3 for 3.

Kyle Busch Nationwide series (courtesy of

Busch is the defending champion of the Cup race.

He had to drive hard and brilliant to win the Nationwide race, battling Keselowski for at least 12 laps for the lead. He finally caught up and made the pass with 31 laps to go. As Busch tried to pass Keselowski, Busch didn’t have a clear pass and there was contact and Busch fell back to second place.

Not to be denied, Busch intentionally drove up Keselowski’s bumper and spun him out, which sent the Nationwide Series points leader to 14th place while Busch drove through several late cautions and on to the win.

Jason Leffler finished second and was followed by pole-sitter Elliott Sadler, with Carl Edwards fifth, Trevor Bayne sixth and Clint Bowyer seventh.

Rounding out the top 10 was Reed Sorenson, Parker Kligerman and Joey Logano.

Info courtesy of NASCAR Nationwide series

Jimmie Johnson is the polesitter for NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Bristol

Four-time defending NASCAR champion driver Jimmie Johnson won the pole position Friday at Bristol Motor Speedway, where he will attempt Saturday night to mirror what he accomplished back in March, a win at “Thunder Valley.”

Johnson beat Carl Edwards who earned the second starting spot in his Ford.

Jimmie Johnson (courtesy of

Joey Logano qualified third in his Toyota.

Tony Stewart will start fourth and David Reutimann recovered from a bout with food poisoning to start fifth.

NASCAR had 49 cars trying to fit into 43 starting spots. Drivers who will not be competing at Bristol for the Irwin Tools 500 will be Dave Blaney, Mike Bliss, Brian Keselowski, Kevin Lepage and J.J. Yeley.

compiled from staff, wire & NASCAR news

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