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Denny Hamlin wins at home track of Richmond; will be top seed in “The Chase”

Denny Hamlin has had an up-and-down 2010 season but have won alot of races.

Hamlin dominated the race at his hometown track, Richmond International Speedway, winning the final race of the regular season for the second consecutive year.

The 10-race Chase begins in New Hampshire this weekend.

Denny Hamlin (courtesy of

The win at Richmond, Virginia was the series-best, sixth of the season for Hamlin, who broke a tie with Jimmie Johnson for the Number 1 seed in the Chase.

Hamlin leaves Richmond with the points lead for the first time in his career, and will start the Chase with a 10-point advantage over Jimmie Johnson.

Regular-season points leader Kevin Harvick is third seeded, 30 points behind Hamlin and so is Kyle Busch as the fourth seed.

Kurt Busch is seeded fifth, followed by Tony Stewart and Greg Biffle.

Jeff Gordon, winless in 2010, will start eighth, 60 points behind Hamlin.

Clint Bowyer, was the only driver on the bubble, finished sixth in the Richmond race and thus, grabs the final Chase spot.

compiled from staff & NASCAR reports

Tony Stewart readies for ‘The Chase’; wins Atlanta race

Tony Stewart chats with media (file photo)

With Sunday’s win at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia, Tony Stewart seems like he’s ready for the upcoming chase. with one race left to go, the Indiana native looks like a very serious contender.

The breakthrough on Sunday night gave Stewart his first victory of the season with a dominating performance at the track in suburban Atlanta.

Stewart led more laps (176) in the Emory Healthcare 500 than anyone else combined and pulled away from Carl Edwards on the last restart to win by a comfortable 1.316 seconds. Stewart snapped a streak of 31 races without a win, the second=longest drought of his 12-year NASCAR Cup career, surpassed only by a 43-race gap over the 2007-2008 seasons.

The driver of the Number 14 car has been one of the most consistent performers in the series since a slow start to the season. Ten of his last 12 races have resulted in top-10 finishes.

With the Chase looming, Stewart, now 39, will be looking for his third championship, but first as a car owner.

Next week’s race at Richmond, is actally the regular-season finale. Stewart is one of 10 drivers who’ve already clinched spots in the 12-man Chase, with Kevin Harvick, the points leader, Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch leading the way.

Stewart is fourth in points, followed by Karl Edwards, Jeff Burton, Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch, Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin. There are several drivers trying to grab the last two spots.

Currently, Greg Biffle is 11th and Clint Bowyer is 12th, but they are being challenged by Ryan Newman, Mark Martin.

compiled from staff & NASCAR reports

NASCAR RACE PREVIEW #25: Bristol Motor Speedway, Saturday August 21, 2010



The NASCAR Sprint Cup series moves back to the state of Tennessee, where they had the 5th race on the schedule this year, Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, which seats 160,000 fans.

The Irwin Tools 500 night race will be on ABC-TV at 7:30 p.m.

Bristol is an oval with 500 laps being equivalent to 266.5 miles.

Bristol Motor Speedway (NASCAR)

Known as “Thunder Valley,” the concrete track with the tall grandstands was resurfaced in 2007. Banking is very transitional, going from 26 degrees at the bottom of the turn to 30 degrees at the top. On the straightaways,, it goes from 5 to 8 degrees.

Bristol has sold out 56 straight Cup races since 1982, the longest current streak in NASCAR.

Kyle Busch has won three of the last six Cup races at Bristol.

The 2009 race was the Sharpie 500 where Kyle Busch made it a sweep at Bristol, holding off Mark Martin after a late-race crash that brought out a red flag. Michael Waltrip, who led 424-432, Clint Bowyer and Joey Logano were involved.

Busch dominated once the race went green. Martin, who led 240 of the 500 laps, finished second with Marcos Ambrose, Greg Biffle and Denny Hamlin placing third through fifth.

If you want information on future races at Bristol, log on to

Harvick wins NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway

Kevin Harvick is the man to be on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit these days. However, every driver will tell you not to count out defending four-time Cup champion Jimmie Johnson.

Harvick, who leads the points race and with Sunday’s win, clinched his spot in the upcoming Chase with only three regular races left in the regular season.

Kevin Harvick (courtesy of

Harvick’s closest competitor Sunday was Denny Hamlin, who Harvick had passed with 11 laps to go, then held on for the win. Earlier in the race, Harvick’s crew chief had him stay out on the track instead of making a pit stop during a late caution.

Richard Childress Racing, which Harvick is an employee of, has had a recent surge on the track, but they typically don’t do well at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn.

Roush Fenway Racing did very well with drivers, Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth finishing third, fourth and fifth.

compiled from staff and NASCAR news

NASCAR RACE PREVIEW #23: Watkins Glen International Speedway, Watkins Glen, New York


The NASCAR Sprint Cup moves to race 23 this week. Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen on ESPN. Race time is 1:00 pm, Sunday August 8.

There will be a Nationwide race on Saturday August 7 at 2 p.m., the Zippo 200.

Watkins Glen is located around Lake Seneca which is the lake trout fishing capital of the world. It is also a test site for submarines and the area has 40 wineries.

Watkins Glen International (Nascar)

Watkins Glen International Speedway, built in 1948, has an 11-turn road course. The Glen covers 2.45 miles of natural terrain. The capacity crowd of 41,000 will see a race of 220.5 miles which is 90 laps in length.

The track improvements include additional safer barriers and the paving of the inner loop and turns 5, 10 and 11.

Tony Stewart has won five of the last eight Cup races at the track. He has no more than three wins at any other race site.

2009 recap of the Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips at The Glen race: Tony Stewart continued his road course dominance, leading 34 of 90 laps in a race that was delayed a day by rain.

Marcos Ambrose finished second but was nearly three seconds behind. Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch and Greg Biffle completed the top five.

For information on the race can be obtained by calling 866-461-RACE or online at

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