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Kevin Harvick and Juan Pablo Montoya will not be penalized by Nascar following their incident at Watkins Glen. Jim Hunter, the Nascar Vice President, confirmed the fact that the incident between the two pilots will not be punished. Hunter sustained the decision with the fact that the incident between the two drivers was something that fans liked and that no harm was done by neither driver. "I think our fans get a big kick out of incidents that happen like Kevin Harvick and Juan Pablo (...)
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The American pilot, Scott Speed may be coming to the Team Red Bull and its Toyotas in the Nascar, after he was released by Scuderia Torro Rosso, the Red Bull-sponsored team, on July 31. Scott’s leaving from the team was expected after his recent quarrel with team manager Franz Tost started after the European Grand Prix at Nurburgring. He was dropped nine days later, but Tost denied the altercation had anything to do with the decision. Tost’s decision seemed to be a good one because Speed did (...)
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After a three-week hiatus from the NASCAR Busch Series, Casey Mears is ready for some extra road work this weekend as he returns to the National Guard Chevrolet at Watkins Glen International. Although Mears has competed sporadically in the Busch Series for the past seven years, he has never run at the Glen. In fact, Saturday will mark his first-ever start in a Busch Series race on a road course. Mears certainly isn’t hurting for experience, though, having raced in four NEXTEL Cup events at (...)
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JR Motorsports and Hendrick Motorsports will combine the two companies’ NASCAR Busch Series operations at the conclusion of the 2007 racing season with plans to field a joint effort beginning in 2008. The partnership will campaign two full-time race cars under the JR Motorsports banner that utilize Hendrick Motorsports engines, chassis and vehicle engineering support. Rick Hendrick will be listed as car owner of the No. 5 team and Dale Earnhardt Jr. will be car owner of the No. 88. To (...)
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The Colombian driver Juan Pablo Montoya will compete at his final Busch Series race at Watkins Glen International due to the fact that his team wants to focus on the Nextel Cup for the rest of the season.Montoya competed so far 16 races of the 22 of the Busch Series. Montoya’s team Chip Ganassi Racing has come to an agreement with team’s main sponsor Texaco/Havoline to focus on their Nextel Cup effort and transfer the remaining budget for the Busch Series into the Nextel Cup programme. (...)
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Jason Leffler gave the Camry its first-ever win in NASCAR competition when he took the lead with three laps to go en route to the checkered flag in Saturday night’s NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) race at O’Reilly Raceway Park (ORP) outside Indianapolis. When he was asked what he feels after this victory Leffler said that he is very excited to have his name going into the record books as Toyota’s first Busch Series winner. And he might be, maybe not in Guinness World Records book but he will sure be (...)
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David Ragan enjoyed a productive weekend at Gateway International Raceway as his sixth place was the best finish by a rookie driver in the Gateway 250. His effort added to his first place cushion in the rookie standings and moves him up one spot to fourth place the NASCAR Busch Series standings. Despite his advance in the standings and performance on the track, Ragan felt the result could have been better.Ragan is now 87 points behind Kevin Harvick for third place in the points. Carl (...)
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Landon Cassill is an 18-year-old race car driver living the NASCAR dream.Saturday night at Gateway International Raceway, Cassill will pilot Hendrick Motorsports’ No. 24 National Guard Chevrolet in his first career NASCAR Busch Series race . After being discovered through the GM Racing Devel Devel opment program in 2006, Cassill was signed by Hendrick Motorsports in December. In February, he graduated early and with honors from his hometown Jefferson High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and made the (...)
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After he had 27 laps to go before finishing the race at Chicagoland Speedway, Jeff Burton let his teammate Kevin Harvick to take the lead and win the Nascar Busch Series Race.This victory represents Harvick’s 4th victory at Chicagoland Speedway (he won in 2001,2002 and 2005). After this victory Harvick said that he was just where he needed to be, in the right place at the right time. Aric Almirola spun out and this was the reason to bring out the caution flag when were 34 laps left to (...)

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