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Busch wins Nationwide race; fourth of season


Kyle Busch (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images for

Kyle Busch won under a yellow flag in a wild finish at Talladega Superspeedway, taking the Nationwide Series race when a crash sent Mike Wallace’s car flipping upside down.

Busch won for the fourth time this season in seven races.

Busch along with Joey Logano’s help, surged past Trevor Bayne and Carl Edwards for the lead on the second attempt at a green-white-checkered flag finish.

When Wallace got turned upside down on the final lap, Busch had a sure-fire win.


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Edwards wins Trucks race at Texas Motor Speedway


Carl Edwards (file photo)

Carl Edwards was trying to hold off the always-hard charging Kyle Busch and didn’t know that the car of Tim Schendel would help him win at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.

Edwards and Busch were 1-2 on the track on lap 88 when Tim Schendel’s car blew the right front tire and split the two front running cars. Schendel scraped the back of Edwards’ car and was in front of Busch, who had no escape route but hit Schendel with full force.

From there, Edwards went on to lead 169 of the 200 laps and win his second consecutive Nationwide race at the 1 1/2-mile, high-banked track. It was his 30th Nationwide win, the 15th NASCAR victory for car owner Jack Roush at Texas, and the first NASCAR win for a Ford Mustang.

The polesitter was steady throughout the race, never dropping below third place and won by 0.482 seconds over Brad Keselowski.

Busch had won five consecutive Nationwide races at Texas before finishing second behind Edwards in the fall race of 2010. This race marked the first time in his 13 Nationwide starts at Texas the he did not finish, and had been out of the top seven only once before.

Paul Menard finished third, Joey Logano and Elliott Sadler rounded out the top five.


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NASCAR RACE #6: Martinsville Speedway at Martinsville, Virginia

"The Paper Clip" Speedway (courtesy of (OCAL)

Martinsville Speedway (file photo)

The NASCAR Sprint Cup series goes to a short track known as the “Paper Clip”, Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia. The race is the Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500 at 1:00 pm on FOX-TV.

The track is 0.526 miles in length, with 500 laps covering 263 miles and the seating capacity is one of the smallest on the circuit at 63,000.

Wrecks are very common at the series’ shortest and oldest track, which was built in 1947.

Passing is very difficult on the paper-cliped sized surface, which is very bumpy with long, asphalt straightaways along with flat, narrow corners of concrete that lead to hard braking in the turns.

Since the early 1960′s, Sprint Cup winners have received a unique grandfather clock trophy. Martinsville is the lone short track in the 10-race title chase and the only remaining track that hosted the Strictly Stock Series in 1949.

In the 2010 Goody’s Fast Pain Relief 500: Denny Hamlin, who led 172 of 508 laps, drove past Jeff Gordon after the final restart to win. Joey Logano, Hamlin’s teammate with Joe Gibbs Racing, slipped into second, ahead of Gordon.

For more information on Martinsville Speedway, you can contact them at 1-877-722-3849 or on the web at


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Busch continues to win at Bristol Motor Speedway

Kyle Busch NASCAR Nationwide series (photo by Sam Greenwood of Getty Images courtesy of

Bristol Motor Speedway has always been one of Kyle Busch’s favorite tracks.

Busch earned his 10th career win at Bristol with a dominating run in the Nationwide Series race.

Busch led 266 of the 300 laps for his third Nationwide win at Bristol. He also has won four times in the Sprint Cup Series and three times in the truck series.

Busch has won the past four events at the track. He won all three races in August of 2010.

Kasey Kahne finished second, with Dale Earnhardt Jr. third, Elliott Sadler fourth and Joey Logano fifth.

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets news

Edwards wins second straight Nationwide race

Carl Edwards (photo by Sam Greenwood of Getty Images for

Carl Edwards won over the weekend in the Nationwide Series race in Avondale, Arizona, leading 153 laps in claiming his second straight win.

Edwards had total command of the race after winning the previous week in Texas.

He now has four Nationwide victories this season.

Kevin Harvick finished second followed by Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski and Reed Sorenson.

Info courtesy of NASCAR news

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