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NASCAR CHASE: Kenseth wins at Charlotte; moves to 3rd in title chase

Matt Kenseth #17 Crown Royal Ford (By Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

The NASCAR Chase championship keeps changing weekly and on Saturday night in North Carolina, it changed even more.

Matt Kenseth put in his attempt to win the title by defeating the field at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The win by Kenseth, his third of 2011, was his first since the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship began five races ago.

Kenseth now has catapulted himself two spots in the standings to third behind leader Carl Edwards whom he trails by seven points at the halfway point in the Chase.

Kyle Busch had the most dominant car of the night, but Kenseth passed him up on a restart with 25 laps to go and finished second.

Five-time defending series champion Jimmie Johnson is going to be tested to win a sixth championship after last night’s race.

Johnson was running seventh in the race when he and Ryan Newman got tangled up with 17 laps to go and the #48 car hit the wall. He finished 34th and dropped to eighth in the standings.

Info compiled from NASCAR news

NASCAR ‘THE CHASE RACE” PREVIEW: Charlotte Motor Speedway on ABC-TV Saturday night

Charlotte Motor Speedway (shot by NASA's Globe Software World Wind via wikipedia commons)

The Chase for the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup continues Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Bank of America 500 at 7:30 p.m. on ABC-TV.

The defending champion is Jamie McMurray from 2010.

The top 5 Chase leaders are 1) Carl Edwards; 2) Kevin Harvick -1; 3) Jimmie Johnson -4; 4) Brad Keselowski -11 and 5) Matt Kenseth.

Tony Stewart took the pole at Charlotte Motor Speedway, outracing Matt Kenseth and Carl Edwards on Thursday night.

This is Stewart’s first pole in more than a year since Pocono in August of 2010 and is first at Charlotte in 26 tries.

Stewart was clocked driving around the 2.5-mile oval with a speed of 191.959 to lead up front for the race. Kenseth was clocked at 191.918.

Info compiled from NASCAR news

Earnhardt’s tank runs empty, Harvick takes advantage to win 600

 

Kevin Harvick 2011 (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Dale Earnhardt Jr. has not won a NASCAR Sprint Cup race in nearly three years and Sunday night in Concord, North Carolina, it seemed like he was going to “kick the door down” finally.

But in the last half-lap, he ran out of gas and Kevin Harvick took advantage coming out of the final turn to win the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, NASCAR’s longest race of the season.

The win was Harvick’s third win of the season in his Chevrolet.

Earnhardt dropped to seventh place and saw his winless streak go to 105 races.

David Ragan finished second in a Ford, Joey Logano took third followed by Kurt Busch and AJ Allmendinger.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

Kenseth wins Nationwide race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

 

Matt Kenseth was asked to fill-in for Trevor Bayne, who has been sidelined with an inflammatory condition in the Nationwide Series. Only one problem, Kenseth had never driven the new car designed for the series.

No problem at all for Kenseth as he passed teammate Carl Edwards with laps to go and hung on to win the 300-mile race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

Matt Kenseth (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

Edwards finished second and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was fourth, to move to within one point of series leader Elliott Sadler. Mark Martin finished third.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

 

Coca Cola 600 pole goes to Keselowski

 

Brad Keselowski (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images for NASCARmedia.com)

NASCAR’S longest race is coming up on Sunday, the Coca-Cola 600 and Brad Keselowski will be on the pole.

He turned a lap of 192.089 Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He earned his second career Sprint Cup pole.

AJ Allmendinger will join him on the front row in Sunday night’s race.

Carl Edwards, qualified third in a new car after wrecking his regular ride in a celebration wreck after winning last week’s All-Star race. Rounding out the top six in order: Denny Hamlin, Jeff Burton and Jimmie Johnson.

 

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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