Nascar Such As Let Your Current Chase Begin
Kurt Busch, driving the #2 Roger Penske owned Miller Lite entry in 2010, will ...
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Nascar Such As Let Your Current Chase Begin

Kurt Busch, driving the #2 Roger Penske owned Miller Lite entry in 2010, will be going after the NA...
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Nascar Such As Let Your Current Chase Begin Kurt Busch, driving the #2 Roger Penske owned Miller Lite entry in 2010, will be going after the NASCAR title with a new crew chief Steve Addington. Busch's brother Kyle had an amazing season with Addington as his crew chief two years ago and brother Kurt is trying to recapture that magic for his benefit. Denny Hamlin came from the middle of the pack to pull of the victory today at MIS in dramatic fashion! Hamlin went off at 10/1 odds today, making him a nice pay out if you were lucky enough to have chosen him as your winner. Brian Deegan is no stranger to bumping around on a race course, winning a Lucas Oil Off Road Championship in 2009 and currently sitting third in the points for that series in 2010, but although the reins in nascar radios have been loosened, several feuds at the top level have drawn the attention of the Nascar police. Deegan's wild style might not be tolerated, especially from a rookie on four wheels. Deegan was obviously making a reference to the NASCAR racing struggles Ricky Carmichael has faced in his attempt in The Camping World Truck series. Carmichael is fighting hard to prove himself and has seen success this year currently sitting seventh, falling one spot in the points after a fourteenth place finish in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway last weekend. Tony Stewart led the most laps in the race (76) in his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet, working his way to the front of the field from back in 14th position to start the race. But it was Greg Biffle, driving one of the three cars in the Chase owned by Jack Roush and Roush-Fenway Racing, who bolted to the front for the third time on lap 239 and poured it on for the final 28 laps to take the checkered flag and the race win in the Price Chopper 400. The Ford's competition career was soon to come to an end. When the team went to Dover for the Grand National race, the engine blew in a big way. The team ordered a replacement from Holman & Moody unbeknownst to Fiala, and he was not amused. He locked the car in a barn where it remained until after his death twenty years later. Meanwhile, Jennifer Lawrence has signed on to star in a remake of "East of Eden." And rumors are still flying about who will star in the sequel to "Independence Day." One thing is certain is that the film will happen.

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