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Stenhouse rallies from two laps down to win Nationwide race at Kansas


Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images, courtesy

The Kansas Speedway had a very exciting finish on Saturday night.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. rallied from two laps down to win the race.

Stenhouse, the defending Nationwide Series champion, earned his sixth win of the 2012 season.

Luck was on Stenhouse’s side as race leader, Kyle Busch ran out of gas heading into the final turn.

A late caution allowed the race to be extended for six more laps, which stretched all cars’ fuel tanks.

Austin Dillon finished second to clinch the manufacturers’ championship for Chevrolet.

Stenhouse survived an accident with Joey Logano early in the race which caused him to fall two laps down. He was able to win due to the fact that his pit sequence was different than the other drivers.


Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series

Stenhouse will drive #17 car in 2013


Ricky Stenhouse Jr (photo by Chris Graythen of Getty Images, courtesy

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. has a new ride for the 2013 season.

He’ll be driving the #17 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series.

The 2011 Nationwide Series champion, Stenhouse will replace Matt Kenseth who will be driving for Joe Gibbs Racing.


Info compiled from NASCAR, Radio & TV news

Kurt Busch wins wild Nationwide race at Daytona


Kyle Busch ( photo)

Kurt Busch was the winner of a wild and crash-filled Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway on Friday night. Busch held on for the last hundred yards in his battered car.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was second, Michael Arnett finished third, Austin Dillon fourth and Joey Logano rounded out the top five.

Dillon’s car spun across the track as he crossed the finish line and made contact with two other cars becoming finally stopping.

What a difference a week makes. Last weekend at Kentucky Speedway, Dillon was the winner, while Busch finished second.

The race had several crashes that left half the field on the lead lap for a green-white-checkered finish. Busch started the two-lap sprint to the title chasing Dillon, but with the help of Stenhouse, Jr., Busch was able to take the win.

Busch’s win was his second of the season and first with Phoenix Racing. His other win was for his brother, Kyle Busch Motorsports, at Richmond International Raceway.


Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series, Radio & TV news

Stenhouse wins Nationwide race at Iowa Speedway


Ricky Stenhouse Jr (photo by John Harrelson of Getty Images courtesy of

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. led for 209 of 250 laps and came away as the winner of the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa.

The win was his third in a row on Iowa’s short oval track.

Elliott Sadler finishes second, Michael McDowell was third, rookie Austin Dillon was fourth followed by Kurt Busch in fifth.

The All-Star Sprint Cup Race in Charlotte, North Carolina kept all regulars out of the Nationwide race but Busch.

Stenhouse, picked up his third win of the season and stretches his points lead to 28 over Sadler.



Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series news

Sadler ends 14-year drought with win in Nationwide Series


Elliott Sadler (file photo)

Elliott Sadler took the lead after a late caution and held on down the stretch to record his first NASCAR Nationwide Series win in 14 years over the weekend at Phoenix International Raceway in the Phoenix suburb of Avondale, Arizona.

Brad Keselowski finished second and defending series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr. was third.

Kevin Harvick led the most laps but finished fifth behind Austin Dillon after his pit strategy failed on the last caution.

Sadler was able to celebrate his first Nationwide win since October 31, 1998 at North Carolina Motor Speedway.

Sadler, a former full-time driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series, started eighth and never got near the lead until late in the race. It was hisw first win in 91 races in the series.


Info compiled from NASCAR Nationwide Series news

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