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Tracking the Trucks: 2010 Mountain Dew 250 at Talladega

In a Nutshell: Kyle Busch took the checkered flag 0.002 of a second ahead of Aric Almirola to win the Mountain Dew 250 Saturday afternoon at Talladega Superspeedway. Busch pushed Almirola during a green-white-checkered finish but pulled ahead just before the start/finish line to score the smallest margin of victory in the history of the …

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Todd Bodine, Ron Hornaday Show What Champions are Made of at Martinsville

There’s a reason that Todd Bodine and Ron Hornaday have combined to win five championships in the Camping World Truck Series, a count that will swell to six by the end of this season. And on a day that saw Hornaday score the first win of his storied career at the famed Martinsville Speedway while …

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Tearing Apart the Trucks: Kyle Busch Motorsports Faces Another Tough Decision

The Camping World Truck Series rolls into New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend for the first of the remaining seven races on the schedule. While most teams are looking toward Saturday afternoon’s race, Kyle Busch is already thinking about next season, and what will likely happen with Kyle Busch Motorsports. It wasn’t good news.

Holding a Pretty Wheel: Crossing the Dirty Line – When Drivers Do, When They Don’t & How Dirty Is It, Anyway?

Todd Bodine “thanked” Kyle Busch in victory lane at Kentucky this past Friday, calling Busch’s move that took the air off Bodine’s truck, causing him to spin, “dirty.”

Mirror Driving: Tony the Tiger, The Quiet Fight (Kahne-Newman) & Dirty Deeds

Tony Stewart took home his first win of 2010 with just one race to go before points reset for the Chase. Does that give Stewart an advantage, with momentum on his side at Richmond and beyond… or would you rather be in someone like Kevin Harvick’s shoes, where Stewart was one year ago?

Thinkin’ Out Loud: 2010 Emory Healthcare 500 at Atlanta

Tony Stewart’s crew helped him gain three spots on pit road in the crucial final stop of the night, allowing him to join Carl Edwards on the front row for the restart. From there, Stewart finally managed to keep his tires from spinning coming up to speed, easily pulling out ahead of Edwards by more than a second to score his long-awaited first victory of 2010 in the Emory Healthcare 500.

5 Points to Ponder: Smoke Rises, Onion’s Folly & Ryan Newman, Atlanta Fall Short

Sunday’s 500-miler at Atlanta Motor Speedway provided both Ryan Newman and Tony Stewart with the respective watershed moments of their 2010 seasons. For Stewart, that moment came under the seventh yellow flag of the evening for Brad Keselowski’s spin. After a night that saw the No. 14 a true contender for the race win

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