While Brad Keselowski retook the points lead with another Talladega triumph, it was a rough day for the other Cup regulars running full Nationwide schedules.
Despite Joey Logano’s efforts, Kyle Busch was able to charge to the lead on a late-race restart, scoring his third Nationwide win of 2010 and fifth at Texas.
When it’s your night, it’s your night. Friday night (April 9) at Phoenix was Kyle Busch’s night, though he certainly made it interesting.
This Saturday in Nashville, Kevin Harvick’s No. 33 was the class of a very stout field in what’s turning into a regular occurrence for 2010.
It was Penske Racing’s Justin Allgaier who anticipated the start perfectly on lap 274 en route to his first career Nationwide Series victory at Bristol.
Despite the best efforts of his pit crew, Kevin Harvick still managed to wheel his way into Las Vegas’s victory lane Saturday (Feb. 27).
When one thinks of Fontana, chances are they’re not thinking of wild finishes.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – For much of Saturday’s Nationwide Series opener, it was business, or dominance, as usual for the Cup regulars in the field.
If nothing else, the Ford 300 was certainly a microcosm of the 2009 season. Brad Keselowski and Jason Leffler ran hard with good cars, but not good enough to challenge Carl Edwards or Kyle Busch (though in all fairness, both were also involved in incidents). And as for the two Cup superstars who resigned themselves …
With Kyle Busch holding a commanding lead coming into the final races of the season, Carl Edwards drove at Phoenix like he still had a shot.