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Addington leaves as Kurt Busch’s crew chief


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Penske Racing has confirmed that crew chief Steve Addington, 47, has left their organization.

The move means that driver Kurt Busch has lost two crew chiefs in three seasons.

Addington joined Penske before the 2010 season after being the crew chief for Busch’s younger brother, Kyle for two seasons.

Kyle drives the #22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge Charger.


Info compiled from Penske Racing, Radio & TV news

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Bristol Pole goes to Joey Logano his first career pole

compiled from staff and wire reports

Joey Logano with some fast times in practice Friday, has captured the first pole of his career at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Logano posted a lap at 124.630 mph in his Toyota to earn the first starting spot for Sunday’s race. His previous best qualifying was fifth at Darlington last season.

Joey Logano NASCAR (JGR)

Kurt Busch, winner of the last NASCAR race March 7 in Atlanta, qualified second with a lap at 123.857 in his Dodge. Busch credits his fast start in 2010 to his new crew chief Steve Addington, who helped lead his brother, Kyle Busch to a pair of wins at Bristol last year. Kurt Busch is a five-time winner at Bristol, but hasn’t been to Victory Lane at the Tennessee track since 2006.

Dave Blaney, who qualified fourth at Bristol in August 2009, has moved up to third this year at 123.849.

Says Logano, “I’ve always been fast here and I’ve done everything but have an uneventful race.”