NASCAR: Kyle Busch collects 100th win on Saturday in New Hampshire

17 07 2011

Kyle Busch tied the all-time Nationwide Series win record at 49 and notched his 100th career major NASCAR win in Saturday afternoon’s New England 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Driving a Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, the 26-year-old Las Vegas native led the last 33 of the 206 laps in winning the season’s fifth overtime race.

Fellow Cup stars Kevin Harvick and Kasey Kahne finished second and third, then full-time Nationwide drivers Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Aric Almirola, Kenny Wallace and Michael Annett. Pole-winner Brad Keselowski–he tries to run every race in both series–was eighth. Nationwide regulars Steven Wallace and Justin Allgaier rounded out the top 10.

Busch has 14 wins this season: three in Cup, six in Nationwide and five in the Camping World Truck Series. His lifetime totals show 22 in Cup, 49 in Nationwide and 39 in the Truck Series. Only legendary Cup stars Richard Petty (200) and David Pearson (106) reached triple-digits wins in major NASCAR races. The late Dale Earnhardt and Darrell Waltrip each had 97, Martin has 96, Jeff Gordon has 89, Bobby Allison 86, and Cale Yarborough 83.


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18 06 2011

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NASCAR Headlines – June 6 2011

5 06 2011

Bowyer wins Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway
Kansas City Star
Clint Bowyer erased the demons of runner-up finishes in NASCAR Nationwide and Sprint Cup races at his home track Saturday with a dominant victory in the Camping World Truck Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 250 at Kansas Speedway. “We’ve gotten close here and

Nascar Looking Into Kyle Busch
New York Times
By AP Nascar is looking into reports that Kyle Busch and the 65-year-old car owner Richard Childress were involved in an altercation after the Trucks Series race at Kansas Speedway. Busch is on probation after a pit-road confrontation with Kevin

Out of gas: Allgaier wins Nationwide race
Seattle Post Intelligencer
NASCAR drivers bring their cars in for a pit stop during the Inaugural STP 300, a Nationwide series auto race at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., Saturday, June 4, 2011. Photo: Nam Y. Huh / AP NASCAR driver Elliott Sadler(2) drives during the

Aged chassis has inside track to NASCAR success
The Virginian-Pilot
With NASCAR rules limiting the ingenuity in cars, most of the vehicles feel the same to drivers. That makes Newman’s impartiality for which of the 16 cars his Stewart-Haas team runs understandable. He’s raced this car 5768 miles – more than from New

NASCAR Trucks results
Kansas City Star
Winner’s average speed: 120.691 mph. Time of race: 2 hours, 4 minutes, 32 seconds. Margin of victory: 1.695 seconds. Caution flags: 7 for 28 laps. Lead changes: 15 among 10 drivers. Lap leaders: C.Bowyer 1-49; J.Buescher 50; J.Coulter 51;

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2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Official Driver Standings: June 4 2011

5 06 2011





1 Carl Edwards 445 Leader 12 2 1 6 9 4,428,830
2 +3 Kevin Harvick 409 -36 12 0 3 5 7 2,589,180
3 -1 Jimmie Johnson 408 -37 12 0 1 4 7 2,399,540
4 Dale Earnhardt Jr. 402 -43 12 1 0 2 6 1,722,760
5 -2 Kyle Busch 392 -53 12 0 2 6 7 2,550,350
6 +3 Kurt Busch 377 -68 12 0 0 2 6 2,391,050
7 -1 Matt Kenseth 374 -71 12 1 2 4 5 2,493,740
8 Clint Bowyer 365 -80 12 0 0 2 6 2,311,630
9 +1 Tony Stewart 356 -89 12 0 0 1 4 2,111,780
10 -3 Ryan Newman 353 -92 12 0 0 4 5 1,997,490


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Memorial Day Open Thread – All Gave some, Some Gave All 

30 05 2011

From all of us at Iron Mill Interactive Media we wish all a reflective Memorial Day

Memorial Day Open Thread – All Gave some, Some Gave All

via Memorial Day Open Thread – All Gave some, Some Gave All | Politisite.

Wheldon wins the 100th Indianapolis 500

29 05 2011

NDIANAPOLIS – Dan Wheldon won the Indy 500 on Sunday, taking the lead when rookie J.R. Hildebrand wrecked in Turn 4 of the final lap.

More details to come from

IndyCar’s controversial decision to go to double-file restarts at the Indy 500 claimed its first victim when E.J. Viso was knocked out of the race after bumping into two other cars.

via Wheldon wins second Indy 500 in wild finish – Motor sports- NBC Sports.

Indianapolis 500 – fantastic finish

INDIANAPOLIS – In one of the most dramatic finishes in Indianapolis 500 history, rookie JR Hildebrand crashed in the final turn of the race and allowed Dan Wheldon to win second race.

Graham Rahal was third, Tony Kanaan fourth and Oriol Servia fifth.

Rounding out the top 10 were Scott Dixon, Bertrand Baquette, Tomas Scheckter, Marco Andretti and Danica Patrick.

Wheldon’s first win came in 2005.

via Live blog: Indianapolis 500 – fantastic finish | The Niles Star.

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Social Media Guide to the Indianapolis 500 – Driver Twitter Accounts

29 05 2011

It’s almost time to kiss the bricks and drink your milk, folks, as perhaps one of the most famous races in the world gets ready for its annual running. That’s right. The Indianapolis 500 is getting ready to drop the green flag on for the 100th time since it began.

Yes, it’s the official 100th anniversary of the Indianapolis 500, so expect the already-exciting event to have even more hype when the race starts. As is the case with most savvy business, the Indianapolis 500 has a strong web presence, including their own YouTube page, as well as Twitter and Facebook profiles. As an example of the Speedway’s social media engagement, their Facebook profile links to “The Greatest 33” contest, where fans and friends can pick the top racers to take part in Indy 500.

As for their YouTube page, content is about what you’d expect. Interviews with drivers and other racing dignitaries, and there’s also Practice Day footage:

While the Indianapolis Motor Speedway does indeed have a flourishing Twitter account, more fans are probably more interested in what the drivers have to tweet about. In some cases, it’s quite a bit, actually. In this day and age of athletes tweeting their hearts out, race car drivers using Twitter a lot is to be expected. Over at Naptown Buzz, there’s a list of all the Indy 500 racers and their Twitter accounts, which is reproduced below:

via A Quick Social Media Guide to the Indianapolis 500 | WebProNews.

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