Kahne Grabs Daytona Victory to Continue Jr Motorsports’ Impressive Season

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On the Fourth of July, it was only fitting that the Subway Firecracker 250 featured fireworks at the finish. An intense last two laps allowed many players to emerge in the quest for victory. Once the checkered flag flew, it was JR Motorsports sweeping the top two spots as Kasey Kahne claimed victory. He barely edged out teammate Regan Smith who was strongest throughout the night. Continue reading

An Incredibly-Fast Keselowski Claims Kentucky

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Speed and strength were the deciding factors in Brad Keselowski’s second victory of the season Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway. His car was fast enough to run down the leader on every restart. Once he had the lead, he rarely surrendered it as he led a total of 199 laps. Continue reading

Harvick Capitalizes on Keselowski’s Mistake for Kentucky Victory

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Friday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Kentucky Speedway seemed as though it was a one-horse race. That is until the one horse was speeding on pit road and served a costly penalty.

Brad Keselowski had the car to beat until receiving the penalty on lap 148. This allowed race-winner Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch to take over the top-two spots as they battled closely for victory. Continue reading

KBM Sweeps Top-Two Spots as Busch Wins Fifth Race of 2014

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In another dominating performance in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Kyle Busch emerged victorious after a battle with the rough and tough Kentucky Speedway. He led most of the event and only surrendered the lead a few times to Brad Keselowski and Darrell Wallace Jr. Continue reading

Gaughan Survives Wild and Wet Road America for First Career Nationwide Series Victory

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In one of the most bizarre NASCAR Nationwide Series races of the season, Brendan Gaughan battled back from not one but three mistakes to claim victory.

Without the help of a late caution, he didn’t have a shot at the win unless Alex Tagliani ran out of fuel. Under the yellow-flag, Tagliani did run out. That would have handed Gaughan the easy win had it been under green. Instead, he had to work for the glory on the last restart when the exuberant Chase Elliott gave him a run for his money. Continue reading