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2006 Busch Series News Archive

Kenny Wallace Voted Busch Series Most Popular Driver
The votes are in and Kenny Wallace has been named the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series Most Popular Driver.
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Dish Network Signs up to Sponsor Roush Racing’s "All-Stars"
Roush Racing announced today that DISH Network has signed on as a primary sponsor in the NASCAR Busch Series and the NEXTEL Cup Series, with additional status as an associate sponsor on all Roush entries.
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BB&T to Sponsor RCR’s No. 2 Chevy in NASCAR Busch Series
BB&T Corporation and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) have reached a two-year agreement for the full-service financial institution to sponsor RCR’s No. 2 Chevrolet Monte Carlos and driver Clint Bowyer in the NASCAR Busch Series and become the Official Bank of Richard Childress Racing.
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Harvick to Collect Over $2.8 Million in Season-Ending Payout
Kevin Harvick, the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series driver champion, will receive a payout of $2,850,864, an amount that is second-highest all time among series titlists. Harvick collected over $1.3 million in race winnings ($1,345,380) as well as his share of the series point fund ($1,471,984).
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NASCAR Busch Series Champion's Week 2006 - Day 2
Friday began with fun and games but eventually will turn to pomp and circumstance when Kevin Harvick (No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet) is officially crowned champion of the NASCAR Busch Series tonight.
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JR Motorsports Hires Engineer for Busch Team
Dale Ferguson has joined JR Motorsports to serve as Lead Engineer of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS team for 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season.
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Emmy Winning Voice of Bart Simpson and Gray Join Forces
SportsBlast, a producer of innovative online entertainment founded by Nancy “voice-of-Bart-Simpson” Cartwright, and NASCAR development driver Kenton Gray announced today a strategic marketing alliance set to launch immediately.
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NASCAR Busch Series Champion's Week 2006 - Day 1
NASCAR Busch Series Champion’s Week opened at Disney’s BoardWalk in Orlando on Thursday with a celebration of the series’ 25th anniversary and a look forward to 2007.
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  • Drivers Talk About Impact of the NASCAR Busch Series

    Daytona Renamed DeLana International Speedway
    Kevin Harvick Inc. and owner DeLana Harvick have dominated the past two Daytona 300 Busch Series races at Daytona International Speedway, winning the prestigious season-opening events with driver Tony Stewart.
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    ESPN2: The New Home of the NASCAR Busch Series
    NASCAR Busch Series fans will have a new television destination in 2007. Beginning Feb. 17, ESPN2 will be the new home of the NASCAR Busch Series with select races to air on ESPN on ABC.
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    NASCAR Mexico Corona Series to Debut in 2007
    NASCAR announced today its newest international racing series. Under a licensing agreement with NASCAR, the Desafio Corona Series – the No. 1 stock car racing series in Mexico – will become the NASCAR Mexico Corona Series in 2007.
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    Arby's Revs its Engines in '07 with Sponsorship of Kenseth
    The Arby's brand will be the primary sponsor of 13 races on Matt Kenseth's No. 17 Ford Fusion NASCAR Busch Series entry beginning with the season opener at Daytona International Speedway in February 2007.
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    Scotts Miracle-Gro Company and Edwards to Team Up in 2007
    Roush Racing announced today that beginning in 2007, The Scotts Miracle-Gro® Company will reunite as a sponsor with Carl Edwards on the No. 60 Roush Racing Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    World Financial Group to Sponsor Edwards in Five Races in 07
    Roush Racing announced today that World Financial Group, Inc., (WFG) will sponsor Carl Edwards and the No. 60 Roush Racing Ford Fusion once again in the NASCAR Busch Series in 2007.
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    Discount Tire Announces Sponsorship with Roush Racing in 07
    Discount Tire, also known as America's Tire, the largest independent tire dealer in America, announced today its title sponsorship of the No. 6 Discount Tire Ford Fusion for the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series with Roush Racing.
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    NASCAR Busch Series Champion’s Week 2006
    The 25th anniversary season of the NASCAR Busch Series and its association with Anheuser-Busch culminates Friday night with the crowning of the 2006 champion Kevin Harvick (No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet) as the 2006 champion at Disney’s Grand Floridian Hotel in Orlando.
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    Leicht and Crew to Appear in "The Tonight Show" Segment
    Stephen Leicht, driver of the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford, along with his CitiFinancial Racing team members will be featured in a segment on “The Tonight Show” this Tuesday, December 5th.
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    Steve Wallace to Compete in 39th Annual Snow Ball Derby
    Steve Wallace, winner of the 2004 Snowball Derby, is bringing a part of the past to this year’s race. The son of retired NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace will drive for Ritchie Wauters and have a special sponsor - Southland Fire & Equipment Company.
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    O'Quinn Comments on 2006 Rookie of the Year Title
    Danny O'Quinn, Jr., driver of the No. 50 Roush Racing Ford Fusion comments on being named the 2006 Raybestos Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Busch Series and what his plans are for the off season.
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    Ganassi Development Driver Nominated for Rookie Award
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) development driver and USAC National Sprint and Midget Car Series star Bryan Clauson was recently nominated for RACER Magazine’s Rookie of the Year Award which will be presented during this year’s SPEED Performance Awards.
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    Busch Champ Harvick Finished Sixth at Homestead
    Kevin Harvick and the No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard team capped off an unbelievable season with a celebration fit for a king Saturday night at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Wimmer Overcomes Tight Ford for Top-15 at Homestead
    The last race of the season proved to be a test of persistence and perseverance for Scott Wimmer and Brewco Motorsports’ Yard-Man/Duraflame team.
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    Atwood, Kleenex Ford Wrap-Up 2006 with 21st Place Finish
    For the second week in a row Casey Atwood had a strong qualifying run with the No. 27 KLEENEX/VIVA Ornaments on Parade Ford Fusion which led to a solid 21st place finish Saturday night in the final race of the 2006 season: the Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Early Race Accident Diminishes Solid Run for Wallace
    Steve Wallace and the No. 64 Top-Flite Dodge team came to Homestead-Miami Speedway hoping for a good showing to help build momentum for the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season.
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    Accident Relegates Huffman to 37th at Homestead
    A promising evening for Shane Huffman, driver of the JR Motorsports’s No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, came to an end on Lap 66 when he was caught up in an accident in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Season Full of Ups and Downs Comes to a Close for Wallace
    Morale was high heading into Homestead with hopes of Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team securing a top-10 position in the driver point standings.
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    Labonte Closes Out Season for the No. 77 Dollar General Team
    Bobby Labonte brought the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet across the finish line for the last time in the 2006 season, finishing 29th in the NASCAR Busch Series event at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway.
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    Gilliland and Johns to Drive No. 25 Car for Team Rensi
    Team Rensi Motorsports announced today that David Gilliland and Richard Johns would share time next season in the No. 25 freecreditreport.com Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Kibbles 'n Bits Finds a Spot with Biagi Denbeste Racing
    Kibbles 'n Bits® dog food announced plans to sponsor the No. 4 Toyota of Biagi DenBeste Racing in a press conference today at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Homestead-Miami
    Kevin Harvick’s (No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet) march to the NASCAR Busch Series championship effectively began following the second race of the season at California Speedway when he took over the standings lead.
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    Eric McClure Joins Davis Motorsports
    Eric McClure announced today that he has secured sponsorship from the Hefty® brand to compete in a majority of NASCAR Busch Series events, as well as a pair of NASCAR Nextel Cup events, during the 2007 season.
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    From Snowbound to Homestead Bound
    Persistence paid off for William Butler of Palmyra, N.Y. After entering online every day for more than six months, the 68-year-old retiree and die-hard race fan is going to NASCAR’s championship weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway this week as the grand prizewinner of World Financial Group’s Win With O’Quinn Giveaway.
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    Martin Voted No. 1 in Busch Series Greatest Driver Polls
    Mark Martin has been ranked No. 1 among the “25 Greatest NASCAR Busch Series Drivers” in internet polls on NASCAR.COM and NASCARMedia.com in conjunction with the season-long celebration of the 25th anniversary of the NASCAR Busch Series and its association with series sponsor Anheuser-Busch.
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    Busch Series Crew Chief Joe Shear Jr. Fined, Suspended
    NASCAR announced today that Joe Shear Jr., crew chief of the No. 43 Dodge driven by P.J. Jones in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined and indefinitely suspended due to rule violations discovered during post-race inspection at Phoenix International Raceway on Nov. 11.
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    Dyno Nobel Explodes Onto NASCAR Scene with ppc Racing
    ppc Racing officials announced today Dyno Nobel and its Florida subsidiary, dnx Drilling, are sponsoring the No. 22, driven by Kenny Wallace and the No.10, driven by John Andretti for the Busch Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 18, 2006.
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    CitiFinancial Returns to Robert Yates Racing for 2007
    CitiFinancial announced today that they have extended their current contract with Robert Yates Racing as the primary sponsor on the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford Fusion through 2007.
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    Bowyer Aims for Victory in Final ACDelco Appearance
    With a victory and three additional top-five performances in the last six races, ACDelco driver Clint Bowyer is focused on a similarly strong finish at the Busch Series season finale this weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Harvick Finishes Second at Phoenix
    Matt Kenseth held off Kevin Harvick in overtime Saturday at Phoenix International Raceway, spoiling Harvick’s bid to break Sam Ard’s record of Busch Series wins in a season.
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    Huffman Scores Top 10 for Navy Team on Veterans Day
    On a day marked to honor our nation’s veterans, Shane Huffman drove the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS to an eighth-place finish in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Arizona.Travel 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Two Top-20 Finishes for RWI Racing at Phoenix
    The teams from RWI Racing unloaded two racecars this weekend at Phoenix International Raceway, Steve Wallace’s No. 61 Checker Auto Parts Dodge and Jamie McMurray’s No. 64 Top-Flite Dodge. Though both drivers brought home top-20 finishes, each raced their own race and battled different circumstances during Saturday’s Arizona Travel 200.
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    Atwood Qualifies Ninth, Finishes Strong in Phoenix
    Casey Atwood qualified the No. 27 KLEENEX®/VIVA® Ornaments on Parade Ford Fusion in the top-ten and missed the many race cautions to log a 23rd place finish Saturday in the Arizona.Travel 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Top-15 Finish for Wallace Marred by Late Race Accident
    The hopes for a strong finish in Saturday’s ARIZONA TRAVEL 200 abruptly ended when Kenny Wallace was involved in a late race accident with just six laps remaining. The AutoZone team finished out the day in the 31st position.
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    Vidovich Rallies to 33rd after Being Punted at PIR
    Auggie Vidovich and the Biagi DenBeste Racing team entered Saturday’s Arizona Travel 200 at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR), hoping for a good run on a track that the driver had a lot of experience on.
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    Cut Tire Ends Day Early for Wimmer, Duraflame Ford
    With three top-11 finishes in his last four NASCAR Busch Series starts and a previous win at Phoenix International Raceway, Scott Wimmer was looking for a strong finish in Saturday’s Arizona Travel 200.
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    Wrigley Gears Up for Partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing
    The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company will make its NASCAR debut with a partnership with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) that features Wrigley’s Spearmint, Doublemint, Big Red, Juicy Fruit and Winterfresh brands.
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    Ricky Carmichael Talks NASCAR
    Ricky Carmichael is 15-time American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) national champion and holder of a record 144 wins in Supercross and motocross competition (closest to Carmichael's AMA win record is Jeremy McGrath at 89).
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    Kimberly-Clark Sponsored Car is Decorated for the Season
    Dazzling up the return of the favorite, “Ornaments on Parade,” KLEENEX® Facial Tissue and VIVA® Paper Towels will feature a holiday theme on the #27 NASCAR race car sponsored by Kimberly-Clark.
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    Kimberly-Clark Sponsored Car is Decorated for the Season
    Dazzling up the return of the favorite, “Ornaments on Parade,” KLEENEX® Facial Tissue and VIVA® Paper Towels will feature a holiday theme on the #27 NASCAR race car sponsored by Kimberly-Clark.
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    Thanks and Giving Car to be Featured in Homestead
    A unique national program will make its presence known at the season-ending NASCAR Busch series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway next week. AutoZone and ppc Racing have partnered up in an effort to bring awareness to St. Jude Children’s Hospital’s Thanks and Giving campaign this holiday season..
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    Holiday Inn Expands NBS Program to Full Season in 2007
    Holiday Inn Hotels and Resorts will expand its winning NASCAR Busch Series program with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in 2007 to a full season of competition with co-drivers Jeff Burton and Scott Wimmer.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Phoenix
    When he was three years old, Stephen Leicht (No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford) was an Arizona resident, living in the city of Ahwatukee, a suburb of Phoenix.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Jon Wood
    Jon Wood, driver of the No. 47 Ford Fusion, is closing in on the completion of his sophomore season in the NASCAR Busch Series. Wood, who finished 15th in the final driver standings last year, is currently 14th in the points with two races remaining. Wood spoke about his season and the ongoing preparations for his Nextel Cup debut in 2007.
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    Kluever to Attempt Fifth Cup Start at Phoenix
    Todd Kluever will be attempting his fifth NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series start this weekend in the Checker Auto Parts 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. Kluever will compete in both the NEXTEL Cup and Busch Series races in his No. 06 3M/Sharp AQUOS Ford Fusion.
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    Roush's Newest Stars Shining Bright
    Since participating in the "Roush Racing: Driver X" show, Roush Racing's newest stars have nearly one full-season under their belts. Over the past 12 months Danny O'Quinn Jr., Erik Darnell and David Ragan have had their share of ups and downs but overall they are wrapping up the 2006 season on a positive note.
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    Harvick Wins at Texas, Closes in on Busch Victory Mark
    For the second straight year, Kevin Harvick pulled off the win at the Texas Motor Speedway, giving him nine wins on the season, one short of the series record set by Sam Ard in 1983.
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    Top-10 Finish for Labonte in Texas
    Bobby Labonte earned his second top-10 finish since taking the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, finishing ninth in Saturday’s O’Reilly Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway
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    Wimmer Overcomes Tight Conditions for Strong Run at Texas
    Scott Wimmer finished 9th in the first Texas race this season and looked to repeat that success this weekend. Wimmer had a very tight Duraflame Ford for most of the weekend but with multiple adjustments during practice and early in the race, the car came around.
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    Great Showing for Kenny Wallace in the Lonestar State
    Winding down to the last few remaining races in the 2006 season, Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team knew the importance of a strong showing at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Toyota Announcement and Appearance Highlight Texas
    Auggie Vidovich and the Biagi DenBeste Racing team had an exciting time in the Lone Star State after announcing a huge accomplishment that’s about as big as the state of Texas itself. The team announced that they would be racing Toyota’s full-time in NASCAR’s Busch Series next year in a joint press conference on Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Biagi DenBeste Racing to Move Forward with Toyota
    Biagi DenBeste Racing announced today that they will be racing a Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Busch Series in 2007. Biagi DenBeste Racing is based in Mooresville, N.C., and will campaign Toyota Camrys full-time in the NASCAR Busch Series with driver Auggie Vidovich.
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    Dollar General Announces 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Line-Up
    Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) announced today that Dollar General Corp. (NYSE: DG) has renewed its contract for the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season. The Goodlettsville, Tenn.-based discount retailer will return to KHI with the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet in all 35 events on the Busch Series schedule.
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    GDSI Comes on Board with ppc Racing at Texas
    ppc Racing officials announced today Global Dehumidification Solutions, Inc. (GDSI) and its partner in the Disaster Restoration business, Steamatic, will be sponsoring the No. 10 car with driver John Andretti for the Busch Series race at the Texas Motor Speedway on November 4, 2006.
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    Wanke Fined for Rule Violations at Memphis
    NASCAR announced today that Fred Wanke, crew chief of the No. 01 Chevrolet driven by Jay Sauter in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been penalized due to rules violations at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Jorge Goeters to Race at Texas and Homestead Busch Events
    After several months of hard work and preparation off the track, Mexican NASCAR driver Jorge Goeters will make his return at this weekend’s NASCAR Busch Series race in Texas.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Texas
    At 6’ 5”, 240 pounds, Danny O’Quinn Jr. (No. 50 World Financial Group Ford) might seem more at home on an offensive line than in the seat of a race car.
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    Checker Auto Parts to Sponsor Steve Wallace at Phoenix
    RWI Racing is pleased to announce that it has teamed up with Checker Auto Parts for the NASCAR Busch Series’ Arizona Travel 200 on November 11 at Phoenix International Raceway. Steve Wallace will pilot the No. 61 Checker Auto Parts Dodge Charger.
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    Montoya Scheduled to Run Remaining 2006 Busch Races
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced today Juan Pablo Montoya and the No. 42 Texaco/Havoline NASCAR Busch Series team is scheduled to compete in the final three races of the 2006 Busch Series season, including Texas Motor Speedway, Phoenix International Raceway and Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Harvick Wins Eighth Race of the Season
    U.S. Coast Guard driver Kevin Harvick, who clinched the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series championship one race ago at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, continued his dominance by winning his eighth race of the season. He also secured the third NASCAR Busch Series Owners’ championship for Richard Childress Racing.
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    Huffman Scores First Top-5 in Navy Chevy at Memphis
    After scoring JR Motorsports’s best-ever qualifying effort on Saturday morning, Shane Huffman drove the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS to a fifth-place finish in the NASCAR Busch Series Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Peters Has Solid NASCAR Busch Series Debut at Memphis
    Timothy Peters did just fine for himself and the No. 29 Emerson/CarMax team in earning a 13th-place finish in his NASCAR Busch Series debut Saturday at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Wallace Moves Up One Position in the Points, Now Sits 11th
    A burnout out on Beale St., a visit to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a Cardinal’s win followed by an action packed race at Memphis Motorsports Park made for an exciting week for Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team.
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    Atwood Overcomes Accidents, Damage in Memphis
    Casey Atwood was a victim of damage during two of the Sam’s Town 250’s 15 caution flags, but he turned the misfortune into a solid 17th place finish at Memphis Motorsports Park Saturday.
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    Stephen Leicht Scores Top-20 in Memphis
    Despite several on-track tribulations, Stephen Leicht brought home a 19th-place finish for the running of Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Vidovich Matches Season-Best Finish of 15th at Memphis
    Auggie Vidovich, driver of the No. 4 GEICO Dodge, left Memphis Motorsports Park on Saturday without singing the blues after finishing a strong 15th in his first NASCAR Busch Series race at the .75-mile oval.
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    Hornish to Drive in Busch Events in Phoenix and Homestead
    Indianapolis 500 winner Sam Hornish Jr. will have ExxonMobil Corp.'s Mobil 1 brand on his Penske Racing Dodge Charger when he attempts to qualify for the Nov. 11 NASCAR Busch Series race at Phoenix International Raceway and the Busch Series season-ending Nov. 18 event at Homestead-Miami Speedway, it was announced Saturday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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    Chevy's Legendary Impala Nameplate Returns to Race Track
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    After a decades-long hiatus from stock car racing, Chevy's legendary Impala nameplate - enhanced with the SS performance designation - will once again compete in NASCAR's Nextel Cup Series (NNCS) in select races of the 2007 NASCAR season. Chevy's Car of Tomorrow entry, slated to make its first run at Bristol in March of 2007, will be an Impala SS and will share the NNCS schedule next season with the current Monte Carlo SS.
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    Juan Pablo Montoya and Brad Parrott on NASCAR Debut
    "It started really good. The Texaco Havoline Dodge started really good. It was a really good car out of the box. As the day went down, we kind of got lost a little bit. It was getting really tight around the corners, had a couple of problems. It's not a major deal, but it's okay."
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    Jossie Cordoba to be Featured on No. 10 Car in Memphis
    ppc Racing announced today that up and coming high energy Latin singer Jossie Cordoba will be featured on the No. 10 car driven by John Andretti during this weekend’s Sam’s Town 250.
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    Five Star Telecom Joins BlackJack Racing at Memphis
    BlackJack Racing officials announced Friday from Memphis Motorsports Park that longtime BlackJack Racing sponsor Five Star Telecom will unite with promising driver Dexter Bean as BlackJack Racing plans to make their NASCAR Busch Series debut in Saturday’s Sam’s Town 250.
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    Shepherd to Practice and Qualify No. 60 Ford in Memphis
    Roush Racing developmental driver, Peter Shepherd, will practice and qualify Carl Edwards' Busch Series No. 60 FreeCreditReport.com Ford Fusion this weekend in Memphis.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Memphis
    The testing is complete for Juan Pablo Montoya (No. 42 Texaco/Havoline Dodge). Now comes his much-anticipated debut. Montoya, a former Indianapolis 500 champion, and Formula 1 star, signed a multi-year deal with Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in July.
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    Steve Wallace Impressive in First Road Course Test
    RWI Racing driver Steve Wallace, the youngest son of NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace, completed his first stock car road course test Tuesday and passed with flying colors.
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    Lajoie and Vision Racing Unite for Kansas Busch Series Event
    Adrian Berryhill, team owner of Vision Racing, announced today the signing of former NASCAR Busch Series champion Randy Lajoie to drive his No. 37 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in a one-race deal next Saturday at Kansas Speedway in the Yellow Transportation 300.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Dover
    The Dover 200 could provide a rare opportunity for the 12 drivers currently vying for top-10 positions in the NASCAR Busch Series standings to bring points leader Kevin Harvick (No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet) back to the pack a bit.
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    Coast Guard Will Not Return to RCR in ’07
    The United States Coast Guard will not return in 2007 as the primary sponsor of Richard Childress Racing’s No. 21 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    RCR Signs Timothy Peters for 2007 NBS Season
    Richard Childress Racing (RCR) has signed Timothy Peters as a driver for its 2007 NASCAR Busch Series program.
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    Sean Caisse to Drive Kevin Harvick Inc. Busch Series Entry
    Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI), announced today that 20-year-old NASCAR Busch East driver, Sean Caisse, will drive the No. 33 Outdoor Channel Chevrolet in the September 23, NASCAR Busch Series race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.
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    Dodge Motorsports to Sponsor RWI Racing's No. 61
    RWI Racing is pleased to announce Dodge Motorsports as the primary sponsor of Steve Wallace’s No. 61 entry in the NASCAR Busch Series. Wallace will pilot the Dodge Motorsports Dodge Charger at Dover, Texas, Phoenix and Homestead.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Open Week
    The NASCAR Busch Series will send three full-time drivers – and four others with stellar series credentials – into the 10-race Chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup to decide the 2006 premier series champion.
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    Kevin Grubb Suspended Indefinitely by NASCAR
    NASCAR announced today that NASCAR Busch Series driver Kevin Grubb has been suspended indefinitely, after failing to comply with the sanctioning body’s substance abuse policy.
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    Kluever Enjoys Off-Weekend in Wisconsin
    Since the NASCAR Busch Series has a weekend off from racing, Todd Kluever is going to make the most of it back home in Wisconsin. A native of Sun Prairie, Wisc., located just outside of Madison, Kluever has plenty to keep him busy this weekend.
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    Huffman Set to Begin 'Sailorization' with U.S. Navy
    During the NASCAR Busch Series’ first off weekend in 16 weeks, Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS will not kick back and relax like many of his fellow drivers. Instead, Huffman will use his downtime to make the first of several upcoming trips to acclimate him to the life of a sailor in the U.S. Navy.
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    Harvick Grabs Sixth NASCAR Busch Series Win at Richmond
    Chassis No. 058 is three for three this season with wins at Martinsville Speedway, O’Reilly Raceway Park and the latest win in the Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Wimmer Spins, Recovers to Finish 8th at Richmond
    Heading into Friday night’s Emerson Radio 250, Scott Wimmer had four top-10 finishes in eight NASCAR Busch Series starts at Richmond International Raceway. Wimmer improved his record to five for nine with an 8th place finish in the United States Postal Service Ford Fusion.
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    McMurray and Top-Flite Captured Top-15 at Richmond
    After experiencing a bit of bad luck for the past several weeks, Jamie McMurray and the No. 64 Top-Flite team were hoping for redemption at Richmond.
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    Huffman's Shot at Top-15 Finish Dashed by Late-Race Crash
    In just his second start in the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Shane Huffman was well on his way to a top-15 finish in the NASCAR Busch Series Emerson Radio 250, before a late-race accident knocked him out of contention.
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    Atwood Battles Early Damage Takes Top-25 Finish in Richmond
    Casey Atwood’s return to Brewco Motorsports was met with challenges Friday night at Richmond International Raceway. But though he sustained damage early in the race, and found other competitors in his pit stall on two pit stops, Atwood persevered for a 23rd place finish in the Emerson Radio 250.
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    24th-Place Finish at Richmond for Kenny Wallace
    Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team were anxious to return to Richmond International Raceway to get their short track program back on track. What they ended up with was a loose handling condition and a loose wheel just 40 laps into the 250-lap event.
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    Richmond Race a Tail of Recovery for the Geico Racing Team
    Auggie Vidovich and the GEICO Racing team recovered well from the challenges they faced at the .75-mile oval of Richmond International Raceway on Friday, even after they were forced to pull out their backup car following a wreck in final practice.
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    Lamar Rough Ridin’ It in Richmond
    Raybestos Rookie-of-the-year contender, Burney Lamar, sustained a rough ride Friday night at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway.
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    As Breast Cancer Month Nears, NASCAR Fans Will See Pink
    To drive awareness of the need for speed in researching a cure for breast cancer, VIVA® Towels and Brewco Motorsports are painting their No. 27 car in the NASCAR Busch Series bright pink.
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    Mike Beam Penalized for Rule Violations at California
    NASCAR announced today that Mike Beam, crew chief of the No. 6 Ford driven by Mark Martin in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations at California Speedway.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Richmond
    It’s fitting this weekend at Richmond International Raceway that NASCAR Busch Series points leader Kevin Harvick is sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard since he’s set to embark on a journey that could have historical implications.
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    Viva Towels to Unveil Pink BCRF Breast Cancer Paint Scheme
    Viva Towels and Brewco Motorsports will unveil a special pink paint scheme for Brewco’s No. 27 NASCAR Busch Series Ford Fusion on Friday, September 8 at 1:30 pm in Victory Lane at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Gilliland Replaces Leicht to Drive the No. 90 Ford at RIR
    Robert Yates Racing announced today that David Gilliland will replace Stephen Leicht in the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford for this Friday’s Emerson 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Atwood Rejoins Brewco Motorsports to Pilot No. 27 Ford
    Brewco Motorsports Inc. today announced that Casey Atwood, the original driver of Brewco’s No. 27 NASCAR Busch Series entry, will once again take over driving duties of the car for a few races, beginning with the Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Harvick to Run Coast Guard Reserve Car at Richmond
    Kevin Harvick will drive a specially painted No. 21 Monte Carlo SS in the Emerson Radio 250 NASCAR Busch Series at Richmond International Raceway on Friday, September 8, 2006.
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    Vision Racing Launches NASCAR Busch Series Program
    Adrian Berryhill, owner and founder of Vision Racing announced today the advancement of his ARCA RE/MAX Series program to begin competition in the NASCAR Busch Series beginning with this Friday’s Emerson Radio 250 from Richmond International Raceway.
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    Pit Strategy Lands Harvick Second at California
    Sometimes it is better to be lucky than good. That is exactly what happened to Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard on Saturday night at California Speedway.
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    Gordon Scores Top-10 Finish for Navy Team
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Robby Gordon finished ninth in Saturday’s Ameriquest 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at California Speedway.
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    Lamar Uses Pit Strategy for Top-15 Finish
    Burney Lamar was Raybestos rookie of the race Saturday night at California Speedway. Lamar returned home for some rest and relaxation which paid off behind the wheel of his No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet. Lamar started the night 15th on the grid and battled a loose-handling car all night, eventually battling back from 33rd to finish 14th.
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    McMurray and Crew Make Their Own Luck at California
    The No. 64 team from RWI Racing came to California Speedway sporting the colors of a new sponsor: Pechanga Resort & Casino, and ready to unload a brand new racecar. Despite successful practice sessions and a 10th-place qualifying effort, loose handling during Saturday night’s Ameriquest 300 forced the team to make their own luck to bring home a top-20 finish.
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    Wimmer Overcomes Tire Issues for Top-25 at California
    Brewco Motorsports’ Duraflame Ford Fusion was a handful for Scott Wimmer for most of the Ameriquest 300 at California Speedway. The No. 66 team unloaded fast but struggled to find a winning race setup. Despite handling issues, Wimmer held on for a 25th place finish.
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    Season’s Second Best Qualifying Effort Goes up in Smoke
    Auggie Vidovich had an exciting week leading up to the NASCAR Busch Series running of the Ameriquest 300 at California Speedway on Saturday, but all of the excitement went up in smoke after a parts failure caused the engine to expire in the No. 4 GEICO Dodge just six laps into the 150-lap race.
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    Riley-D’Hondt Motorsports Announce Sport Clips Sponsorship
    Having announced the formation of Riley-D’Hondt Motorsports less than a month ago, co-owners Bill Riley and Eddie D’Hondt are proud to announce that Sport Clips has agreed to be the primary sponsor of one of their new teams in the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - California
    The NASCAR Busch Series has helped prepare its share of California natives for the next step on the ladder to NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series competition.
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    Lepage Fined, Place on Probation for Violation at Bristol
    NASCAR announced today that Kevin Lepage, driver of the No. 56 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined and placed on probation due to a rule violation at Bristol Motor Speedway on Aug. 25.
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    David Ragan Will Drive the No. 50 Ford in the Ameriquest 300
    Roush Racing announced today that David Ragan will drive the No. 50 FreeCreditReport.com Ford Fusion in the Ameriquest 300 this weekend at the California Speedway. Ragan is currently competing in the Craftman Truck Series.
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    Pechanga Resort & Casino Teams With RWI Racing
    RWI Racing is pleased to announce that Pechanga Resort & Casino, a Temecula, CA-based company will sponsor the team’s No. 64 entry in the NASCAR Busch Series race this weekend at California Speedway. Jamie McMurray will pilot the Pechanga Dodge on Saturday, September 2 in the Ameriquest 300.
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    Harvick and Team Coast Guard Finish Second at Bristol
    Kevin Harvick and the U.S. Coast Guard team made the most of their evening under the lights at Bristol Motor Speedway by posting their ninth consecutive top-10 finish, crossing the line in second to race winner Matt Kenseth.
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    Menard Scores First Career Top Ten at Bristol
    Since making his debut at Bristol Motor Speedway in March of 2004, Paul Menard has been searching for a top ten finish at the famed short track.
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    David Green, No. 27 Team Score Top-25 Finish in Bristol
    David Green and the Brewco Motorsports No. 27 team were caught up in one of the Food City 250’s 14 cautions, but rebounded to score a 21st place finish at Bristol Motor Speedway Friday night.
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    Lamar’s Goal was Set — and Finished
    After starting 21st in Friday night’s Food City 250 NASCAR Busch Series race, Burney Lamar was solid in the opening laps of the event. Just before halfway, Lamar was set to make a charge from the teens when contact with a competitor damaged the front end of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet.
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    Flat Tire, Pit Stop Troubles Halt Promising Run for Schrader
    Ken Schrader returned to Brewco Motorsports and the No. 66 Yard-Man Ford Fusion this weekend for the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Yard-Man Ford was strong throughout practice and qualifying but a flat tire and problems on pit road made for a long night. Schrader rebounded and brought the Yard-Man Ford home 25th.
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    Top-10 Finish for Wallace Marred by Late Race Accident
    A top-10 finish quickly came to an end when a late race bump from behind sent Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion into the wall at Bristol Motor Speedway Friday night. Despite a valiant effort to fix the damaged race car, Wallace and the AutoZone team never returned to the track and finished 29th at the “World’s Fastest Half-Mile”.
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    Late Race Accident Destroys Solid Run for Top-Flite Team
    Jamie McMurray and the No. 64 Top-Flite team came to Bristol Motor Speedway looking to win Friday night’s Food City 250. After spending 188 laps in the top-15 and turning 12 of the race’s fastest laps, an accident on lap 209; when McMurray was running second relegated the team to a 30th-place finish.
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    Wreck Relegates Huffman and Navy Team to 31st at Bristol
    In his first race behind the wheel of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Shane Huffman qualified 28th and finished 31st in Friday night’s NASCAR Busch Series Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Bristol Not Kind to Tim Sauter
    Friday evenings Food City 250 at the Bristol Motor Speedway did not turn out the way that McGill Motorsports driver Tim Sauter had envisioned. Returning to the track where he finished 21st earlier in the year, Sauter felt he could get his Lester Buildings Chevy into the top-twenty this weekend.
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    Tim Sauter Released From Hospital
    Veteran NASCAR Busch Series driver Tim Sauter is back at his Necedah, WI home after spending Friday evening at the Bristol Regional Medical Center where he was held overnight for observation.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Bristol
    Like many 21-year-olds, Danny O’Quinn Jr. (No. 50 Stonebridge Life Ford) is in a learning mode. He’s dealt with the requisite hard knocks associated with getting “out there” in the real world – in his case, the world of NASCAR Busch Series racing. But with experience, he has started to show progress on his educational curve.
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    Jack is Back!
    Jack Ingram is back in the BUSCH Series. Actually Jack Ingram never left racing, he simply changed his racing focus. Jack Ingram and Johnny Davis (Davis Motorsports) are pleased to announce today that they have agreed to combine their multiple talents into an all-out assault on the BUSCH series for 2007.
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    Edwards Fined, Placed on Probation for Violation at Michigan
    NASCAR announced today that Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Ford in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined and placed on probation due to a rule violation at Michigan International Speedway on Aug. 19.
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    Edwards Reacts to NASCAR Penalty
    Roush Racing announced today that Carl Edwards recognizes and accepts NASCAR's penalty and will not appeal.
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    Gordon Scores First Top 5 for JR Motorsports' Navy Team
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Live Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Robby Gordon finished third in Saturday’s CARFAX 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Harvick and Team Coast Guard Take Eighth at Michigan
    Kevin Harvick and the U.S. Coast Guard team continued their streak of strong performances by bringing home an eighth-place finish in the Carfax 250 at Michigan International Speedway. The finish marks the 22nd top-10 finish, including six wins and 16 top-five finishes, for the Coast Guard team.
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    Wallace One of the Highest Finishing Busch Regulars at MIS
    Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team headed to the Irish Hills of Michigan this weekend hoping to regain some of the momentum they experienced earlier this year.
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    Green Pilots RobotWorx Chevy to Top-25 at Michigan
    The RobotWorx Chevy piloted by Jeff Green had a solid run Saturday at the Michigan International Speedway finishing on the lead lap in 22nd place. The NASCAR Busch Series race ended controversially with Dale Earnhardt Jr. spinning Carl Edwards with one lap to go to take the victory.
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    Steve Wallace Battles Back to Capture Top-25 at Michigan
    In what was most definitely a weekend of ups and downs for NASCAR Busch Series driver Steve Wallace, Saturday’s CARFAX 250 at Michigan International Speedway proved the young competitor could hold his own against many of the Nextel Cup Series’ best drivers.
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    Leicht Finishes 33rd at Michigan
    The struggle continued for the CitiFinancial Racing team and driver, Stephen Leicht this weekend in Michigan. The team once again fought to find balance in the handling of the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford and in the end suffered a 33rd place finish.
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    Michigan a Challenge for Lamar
    Burney Lamar drove the Dollar General stores car to a 38th-place finish in the CARFAX 250 at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) on Saturday afternoon. Lamar started the NASCAR Busch Series event in the fourth row.
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    Mountain Dew Honoring Darrell Waltrip at Michigan
    In Saturday's NASCAR Busch Series race at Michigan International Speedway, Brian Vickers will pilot a No. 57 Mountain Dew Chevrolet identical to the green, white and red No. 11 that Darrell Waltrip drove to 11 pole positions, 12 victories and his first NASCAR Winston Cup Series (now NEXTEL Cup) title in 1981.
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    Huffman to Drive No. 88 Navy Chevrolet
    JR Motorsports announced today that Shane Huffman will take over the helm of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS for the remainder of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series season starting with next Friday’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Jeff Green to Pilot No. 36 Robots.com Chevy at Michigan
    The McGill Motorsports #36 will have a different look for the second week in a row when the NASCAR Busch Series hits the track this Saturday for the Carfax 250 at the Michigan International Speedway. Past Busch Series Champion Jeff Green will pilot the Robots.com Chevy for the Carfax 250.
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    RWI Racing Adds Team to Expand Wallace’s 2006 Schedule
    RWI Racing announced today an extension to driver Steve Wallace’s 2006 NASCAR Busch Series schedule. Additions to the rookie’s schedule include Dover, Texas, Phoenix and Homestead.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Michigan
    The learning curve continues for second-generation driver Steve Wallace (No. 64 CARFAX Dodge). Will it accelerate this weekend at Michigan International Speedway? The son of former NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series champion Rusty Wallace is immersed in on-the-job training this season that includes a mixture of racing series – most notably, the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Brewer, Fuge Fined for Violations During Watkins Glen Race
    Two NASCAR Busch Series crew chiefs have been fined by NASCAR as a result of rule violations during last Saturday’s race at Watkins Glen International.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Todd Kluever
    Todd Kluever, driver of the No. 06 Ford Fusion in the Busch Series, will attempt to qualify for his second Nextel Cup Series race this weekend in the GFS Marketplace 400 at Michigan Speedway. Kluever, who currently sits 18th in the Busch Series point standings, finished 41st in his Nextel Cup debut earlier this year at Chicagoland Speedway in the No. 06 Fusion. Kluever shared his thoughts on pulling double duty this weekend at Jack Roush’s hometown track and critiqued his season to date.
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    Rick Gay and ppc Racing Part Ways
    It was announced today that veteran crew chief Rick Gay has parted ways with PPC Racing effective immediately. Rick Gay led NASCAR Busch Series Rookie of the Year contender John Andretti to an impressive top-five finish at Watkins Glen this past weekend which catapulted Andretti into the ROY points lead ahead of Burney Lamar and into 11th in the Busch Series Championship standings. “After two successful seasons with PPC Racing in both the Craftsman Truck and Busch Series, I am exploring my options for 2007”, said Gay.

    Gordon to Drive No. 88 Chevy at Michigan and California
    JR Motorsports announced today that Robby Gordon will take the helm of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS for the NASCAR Busch Series events at Michigan International Speedway and California Speedway.
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    Carfax Joins RWI Racing’s Sponsor Roster in Michigan
    RWI Racing is pleased to add CARFAX to their already impressive roster of sponsors. RWI Racing’s No. 64 entry driven by Steve Wallace will sport the colors of CARFAX in the NASCAR Busch Series’ CARFAX 250 on August 19 at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Robby Gordon Battles His Way to a Second-Place Finish
    Robby Gordon came into Watkins Glen International with one mission – to sweep this weekend’s road-course races. Gordon would begin his charge in Saturday’s Zippo 200 from the seventh position.
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    McMurray Wheels Top-Flite Dodge to Top-Three Finish
    Jamie McMurray, driver of the No. 64 Top-Flite Dodge came to Watkins Glen excited and eager to race the 2.45-mile road course. So when he took to the track for Saturday’s Zippo 200 it was no surprise that the Joplin, MO native was among the top competitors for the NASCAR Busch Series race.
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    Biffle Gives Brewco Motorsports Best Finish of Season
    In their last race together for 2006, Greg Biffle and Brewco Motorsports’ Cub Cadet Racing team faced and overcame two large obstacles this weekend en route to a season-best 4th place finish at Watkins Glen International.
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    Truex Scores 6th-Place Finish for Navy Team
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Live Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Martin Truex Jr. finished sixth in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International.
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    Harvick and Team Coast Guard Grab Another Top 10
    U.S. Coast Guard driver Kevin Harvick led 19 laps, finished seventh, and gained a 443-point lead in the series on Carl Edwards in the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International on Saturday, the final road course event of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series.
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    David Green Guides No. 27 Ravenswood Ford to Top-15 Finish
    For the second time this season, David Green and the No. 27 Brewco Motorsports team found success with their special Ravenswood Winery paint scheme and scored a 15th place finish in the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International on Saturday.
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    Lamar on the Right Track to a 20th Place Finish at The Glen
    Rookie-of-the-Year contender, Burney Lamar, raced to a 20th-place finish in the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International on Saturday afternoon. Lamar started the event in the 23rd position for only his second road course race in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Vidovich Earns Respectable Finish in his First Road Race
    Auggie Vidovich entered Watkins Glen International for Saturday’s running of the NASCAR Busch Series Zippo 200 without much experience driving a heavy, full-bodied stock car on a road course.
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    Wallace and the AutoZone Team Struggle at The Glen
    A shortened practice session, a tight handling racecar and running out of fuel with 33 laps to go relegated the No. 22 AutoZone Team to a 31st finishing position during Saturday’s Zippo 200 at The Glen.
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    Said Heads to Invade The Glen
    It's not very often that you see 400 people walking around wearing the same curly haired, white man's afro-wig. But you will at this weekend's NASCAR Busch Series race at Watkins Glen International Raceway.
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    McFarland Released from No. 88 Team
    JR Motorsports announced today that Mark McFarland has been relieved of his driving duties of the No. 88 NAVY Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet. NASCAR Busch Series Champion Martin Truex Jr. will pilot the No. 88 at Watkins Glen International Raceway this weekend.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Watkins Glen
    The city of Eau Claire, Wis., is nearly 750 miles from the town of Watkins Glen, N.Y. But despite the distance, Eau Claire native, Paul Menard (No. 11 Menards Chevrolet) feels right at home at the road course in upstate New York.
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    Kertus Davis Clarifies Comments
    Kertus Davis was quoted last week regarding the future of Johnny Davis Motorsports in the NASCAR BUSCH Series. Kertus would like to clarify that report.
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    Lamar 16th at ORP
    Burney Lamar earned his NASCAR Busch Series career-best starting spot for Saturday night's race at O'Reilly Raceway Park (ORP) at Indianapolis (Ind.). Laying down a solid qualifying lap in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, Lamar was the fourth-fastest of the field.
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    McFarland and Navy Team Finish 17th at ORP
    Mark McFarland, driver of the JR Motorsports No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, finished 17th in the NASCAR Busch Series Kroger 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park on Saturday.
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    Wallace Holds Strong at ORP, Finishes 20th
    From the drop of the green flag, handling became a hindrance for Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone team at ORP. The team would overcome this adversity and push on to finish out the Kroger 200 in the 20th position and maintain their tenth place position in the point standings.
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    Misfortune for No. 64 Jasper Engines & Transmissions Team
    Steve Wallace and the No. 64 Jasper Engines & Transmissions crew came to O’Reilly Raceway Park looking for a little redemption. After experiencing several weekends of bad luck, the team was hopeful for a turn-around.
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    Tough Night for Tim Sauter
    The Kroger 200 was an up and down race for Lester Buildings driver Tim Sauter Saturday evening at the O’Reilly Raceway Park just west of Indianapolis. Sauter raced in and out of the top-twenty ultimately ending up in 33rd place after several on-track incidents moved him back in the running order.
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    Bill Riley and Eddie D'Hondt Form Riley-D'Hondt Motorsports
    Today marks the introduction of a new NASCAR motorsports organization combining the best of NASCAR experience with cutting-edge technology and engineering skills, Riley-D’Hondt Motorsports, LLC (RDM).
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    Chevy Adds More Star Power to Chevy Rock & Roll Weekend
    Clint Bowyer's No. 2 ACDelco Chevrolet will feature a Red Hot Chili Peppers paint scheme for the Emerson Radio 250 Busch Series race on Sept. 8 as part of the Chevy Rock & Roll 400 weekend. Bowyer and Ed Peper, general manager of Chevrolet, unveiled the Monte Carlo SS paint scheme today at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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    Menard Ready for Indy ‘Double Duty’
    As Wisconsin native, Paul Menard, prepares for a return to his Midwestern roots, Menards Racing commences the busiest weekend of the 2006 race season. With plans to race in Saturday’s Kroger 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park and Sunday’s Allstate 400 at the Brickyard, Menards Racing puts talent to the test in a 600-mile Indianapolis relay.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - O’Reilly Raceway Park
    When he made his final start at Rockingham on Oct. 19, 1996, Tommy Houston, one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR Busch Series history, closed that chapter in the series record book with 417 starts.
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    National Stock Car Racing Commission Upholds KHI Penalties
    On August 1, 2006, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Kevin Harvick, Inc. regarding the #77 Busch car. The appeal concerned three penalties issued by NASCAR following post-race inspection on June 30, 2006 for the NASCAR Busch Series event at Daytona International Speedway.
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    FinishMaster to Sponsor Roush Racing Teams at ORP
    Roush Racing announced today that FinishMaster Automotive and Industrial Paint has signed on to sponsor the No. 99 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Ford of Erik Darnell this weekend at O'Reilly Raceway Park. As a result of their partnership with 3M, FinishMaster will also have their logo on the hood of the No. 06 Ford of Todd Kluever.
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    Finally, Keller Will Make 400th Busch Series Start
    Jason Keller, the all-time leading money winner in NASCAR Busch Series history with over $10 million earned, will make his 400th career series start this weekend at O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis behind the wheel of a Brewco Motorsports Ford Fusion. Keller, who ranks second on the all-time starts list behind Tommy Houston (417), has not competed in a Busch Series event since April at Nashville Superspeedway, but has worked as a fill-in driver for Greg Biffle and Brewco Motorsports several times since his departure from Phoenix Racing.
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    Penalties Announced for Busch Series Violations at Gateway
    NASCAR announced today penalties and fines that have been issued among two NASCAR Busch Series teams as a result of rule violations at Gateway International Raceway.
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    McGill Motorsports to Appeal Penalties
    McGill Motorsports owners John and Nancy McGill announced today that they will formally appeal the penalties levied against the team for the use of unapproved shock absorbers at Gateway International Raceway on July 29th.
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    Steve Wallace to Take Special Trip
    Steve Wallace, driver of RWI Racing’s No. 64 entry in the NASCAR Busch Series is planning a special trip on Friday, August 4. Wallace will make a stop at the Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, IN to tour the facility and visit with patients.
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    Clay Andrews Racing Closes Doors
    Clay Andrews Racing (CAR), the team the stunned the stock car world on a memorable night in Sparta, Kentucky, is closing the doors on the Statesville, NC shop that they have been leasing from Travis Carter.
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    Jasper Engines & Transmissions Teams Up With RWI in Indy
    RWI Racing is pleased to announce Jasper Engines & Transmissions, an Indiana-based company as the primary sponsor for the team’s No. 64 entry in the NASCAR Busch Series. The colors of Jasper Engines & Transmissions will adorn the No. 64 Charger on Saturday, August 5 as Steve Wallace wheels the machine around O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis.
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    Harvick Rallies for Yet Another Top-Five Finish
    A crash in Friday’s practice session forced Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard to use a backup car for Saturday’s Busch Silver Celebration 250 but the NASCAR Busch Series point leader still came away with a strong fifth-place finish at Gateway International Raceway.
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    Season-Best Showing for Wimmer at Gateway
    It was a weekend of season-bests for Scott Wimmer, Brewco Motorsports and the Yard-Man Racing team. The 6th place finish was the best of the year for Wimmer and the third top-10 in the last four races for the No. 66 team. Wimmer’s Brewco Motorsports teammate David Green also had his best run of the season, finishing 7th in the Kleenex® Ford.
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    David Green Scores Top-10 at Gateway
    David Green and the No. 27 Kleenex® Ford Fusion team scored their best finish of the season and their second top-ten finish of 2006 this Saturday after a seventh-place showing in the Busch Silver Celebration 250 at Gateway International Raceway. Green was the highest finishing NASCAR Busch Series regular in the race.
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    A Little Luck and Pit Strategy Pays Off for Wallace at GIR
    Heading home this weekend, Kenny Wallace remained positively optimistic about conquering a track that hasn’t been so good to him in the past. With a little luck and a good call from his Crew Chief, Todd Gordon, Wallace and the AutoZone team would finish under the lights at Gateway in ninth position and maintain their tenth place standing in the points.
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    McFarland and Navy Team Finish 25th at Gateway
    Mark McFarland, driver of the JR Motorsports No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, finished 25th in the NASCAR Busch Series’ Busch Silver Celebration 250 at Gateway International Raceway on Saturday.
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    Huffman Finishes 27th in JR Motorsports' Busch Debut
    In his JR Motorsports’ NASCAR Busch Series debut, Shane Huffman drove his No. 83 Make-A-Wish Foundation Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS to a 27th-place finish in Saturday’s Busch Silver Celebration 200 at Gateway International Raceway.
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    Great Clips Partners with Walt Disney for “The Shaggy Dog”
    Great Clips, Inc. has announced a new collaboration with Walt Disney Home Entertainment to promote the August 1st DVD release of “The Shaggy Dog,” with a special on-track paint scheme on the No. 38 Great Clips Chevrolet, driven by Jason Leffler, at two upcoming NASCAR Busch Series events.
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    Gilliland to Drive the No. 90 Citifinancial Ford at ORP
    Robert Yates Racing has announced that David Gilliland has been signed to a one-race deal to pilot the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford in the NASCAR Busch Series race on August 5 at O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis. Gilliland, 30, has nine NASCAR Busch Series starts, including a victory at Kentucky Speedway earlier this season.
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    Wilburn on Loan to JR Motorsports
    Billy Wilburn, crew chief of the No. 84 Chevrolet at Clay Andrews Racing (CAR), is on loan to JR Motorsports this weekend for the Busch Silver Celebration 250 presented by Shop ‘n Save at Gateway International Raceway. He will be there in assistance to the No. 83 entry driven by Shane Huffman.
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    1973 NASCAR Champion Benny Parsons Battling Lung Cancer
    Benny Parsons is all about winning. He's the 1973 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series champion; a Daytona 500 and Coca-Cola 600 winner; and, in recent years, has emerged as one of NASCAR's leading television and radio commentators.
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  • NASCAR Chairman Brian France Statement Regarding Benny Parsons

    Busch Series News and Notes - Gateway
    Going 2-for-2 at the plate at the new Busch Stadium in St. Louis represents a good night for a hitter. Going 2-for-2 at Gateway International Raceway - two visits to Victory Lane in two tries - amounts to a career for some drivers.
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    Carl Edwards Returns to His Hometrack
    Carl Edwards will not be using his weekend off from Nextel Cup racing for rest and relaxation; instead he will be using the time to focus on winning Saturday nights Busch Series race in front of his hometown crowd at the Gateway International Raceway.
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    NASCAR Rules on Richard Childress Racing Appeal
    On July 25, 2006, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Richard Childress Racing regarding the #21 Busch car. The appeal concerned three penalties issued by NASCAR following post-qualifying inspection on June 30, 2006 for the NASCAR Busch Series event at Daytona International Speedway
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    Make A Wish Foundation and JR Motorsports Team Up
    This weekend’s NASCAR Busch Series event at Gateway International Raceway will mark the debut of the JR Motorsports No. 83 Chevrolet, driven by Shane Huffman.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Unleaded Fuel
    Beginning with this weekend’s Busch Series race at Gateway International Raceway, unleaded fuel will be used for four weeks before undergoing an evaluation period. NASCAR plans to evaluate the use of unleaded fuel over several NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series events this season before making a decision on when it will be mandated for all three national series.
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    NASCAR Teleconference: Kenny and Steve Wallace
    Today our focus is on the NASCAR Busch Series and the Busch Silver Celebration 250 that's set to run at Gateway International Raceway on Saturday night. Both the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series and the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series have open weekends. St. Louis is of course the home of Anheuser Busch, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary as sponsor of the NASCAR Busch Series, and Gateway is also celebrating its tenth anniversary this year as well.
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    Jason Keller to Drive for Brewco Motorsports, Inc. at ORP
    Brewco Motorsports, Inc. announced today that NASCAR Busch Series veteran Jason Keller will behind the wheel of the No. 66 Duraflame quick coals Ford Fusion August 5 at O’Reilly Raceway Park. The event will mark the 400th career NASCAR Busch Series start for Keller.
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    Compton Named Cub Scout Campaign Chairman
    NASCAR Busch Series driver and Virginia native Stacy Compton will be this year’s honorary chairman of the "Race to Cub Scouting" campaign for the Blue Ridge Mountains Council. The campaign is a national Boy Scouts of America theme that is designed to give all boys in the first through fifth grades the chance to join the Cub Scouting program.
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    Harvick Wins in Dominating Fashion at Martinsville
    Kevin Harvick held off his Richard Childress Racing (RCR) teammate, Clint Bowyer, and led 149 of 250 laps en route to his first career win at Martinsville Speedway and fourth win of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series season. The event marked the first Busch series race at the track since 1994.
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    Wallace Finishes 13th in Return to Martinsville
    As the NASCAR Busch Series returned to Martinsville Speedway for the first time in over a decade, Kenny Wallace and the AutoZone team held high expectations. Wallace, a two-time winner at Martinsville, was the last driver to win a NASCAR Busch Series race at the historic half-mile track back in 1994. With driver experience and the team’s determination, the AutoZone team would finish the Goody’s 250 in the 13th position.
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    McFarland and Navy Team Finish 16th at Martinsville
    NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark McFarland drove his JR Motorsports’ No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS to a 16th-place finish Saturday in the Goody’s 250 at Martinsville Speedway.
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    Mid-Race Spin Halts Strong Run for Biffle
    The return of the NASCAR Busch Series to Martinsville Speedway proved eventful for Brewco Motorsports and the No. 66 Cub Cadet Racing team.
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    Accident Ruins Strong Weekend for Green in Martinsville
    David Green and the No. 27 Depend® Ford Fusion team ran as high as second place on Saturday, but got caught up in one of the record-number of cautions in the race for a 31st place finish at Martinsville Speedway.
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    Hit from Behind Knocks Gilliland out of Martinsville Race
    David Gilliland and the No. 84 Goody’s Chevrolet team went to the Martinsville Speedway this weekend for the Goody’s 250 NASCAR Busch Series event. They were looking to get back to their short track roots after showing much promise on intermediate tracks in 2006. However a lap 164 tangle with the No. 47 car ended the day for the Clay Andrews entry and relegated them to a 36th place finish.
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    Kluever Enjoys Trip to Slinger Despite 19th-Place Finish
    Todd Kluever returned to his home state of Wisconsin Tuesday to compete in the Miller Lite Nationals at Slinger Super Speedway. The 250-lap late model race is one of the most exciting races held in the Midwest each year and many NASCAR drivers from the area make the trip home for this event.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Martinsville
    It’s fitting that the NASCAR Busch Series makes its return to Martinsville Speedway – the shortest track on the schedule at .526-mile – in its 25th anniversary season.
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    Leffler Has Top Speed in Martinsville Busch Series Test
    The NASCAR Busch Series returned to Martinsville Speedway today for the first time in 12 years for an open test session that included stars from the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series that will pull double duty this weekend and race in Saturday's Goody's 250. The test session kicked off at 12 noon and by mid-practice, Kevin Harvick, Clint Bowyer, Denny Hamlin, Reed Sorenson and Jason Leffler rounded out the top five speeds.
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    Crew Chief Griffin Fined for Violations at New Hampshire
    NASCAR announced today that Ronnie Griffin, crew chief of the No. 23 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been penalized due to rule violations at New Hampshire International Speedway.
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    Kenny Wallace Defends his Race Title at Martinsville
    Kenny Wallace returns to Martinsville Speedway weekend as the defending race winner of the Goody’s 250. While the NASCAR Busch Series hasn’t visited the half-mile speedway since 1994, Wallace captured the victory in the then 300-lap race.
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    Victory Junction Gang Children to Serve as Grand Marshals
    As race day approaches, Goody’s® Headache Powders has announced that three children from the Victory Junction Gang Camp will serve as Grand Marshals for the Goody’s 250 Busch Series race set for Saturday, July 22 at 3:30 p.m. EST. They include Nick of Clemmons, NC age 13; Will “Cheese” of Greensboro, NC age12; and Danielle of Martinsville, VA age 12.
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    Clay Andrews Racing Teams with Goody’s for Martinsville Race
    Goody’s® Headache Powders and Clay Andrews Racing announced today that Goody’s will be the primary sponsor of the No. 84 Chevrolet driven by David Gilliland in the Goody’s 250 Busch Series Race at the Martinsville Speedway this weekend.
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    Harvick and Team Coast Guard Earn Runner-Up Spot at NHIS
    Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard just missed adding to their season’s win list with a second-place finish to Carl Edwards in the New England 200 but still left New Hampshire International Speedway maintaining their dominant lead in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings.
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    Wimmer Nets Brewco Motorsports Another Top-10
    Scott Wimmer and Brewco Motorsports’ Duraflame Racing team proved this weekend that persistence pays off as the group turned what started as a long weekend into a top-10 finish.
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    McFarland's Return to No. 88 Results in 11th-Place Finish
    Mark McFarland, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, returned to the driver’s seat of the Dale Earnhardt Jr.-owned car for Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series New England 200 and earned a hard-fought 11th-place finish.
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    David Green, No. 27 Team Score Top-25 Finish in Loudon
    David Green and the No. 27 Cottonelle® Ford Fusion fought grip issues and a starting position deep in the field, but missed the many accidents of the weekend for a 22nd place finish at the New Hampshire International Speedway on Saturday afternoon.
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    Handling Woes Result in a 27th Place Finish for Wallace
    New Hampshire International Speedway, a favorite track of Kenny Wallace’s, proved to be a disappointment as the AutoZone team crossed the start/finish line in the 27th position for Saturday’s New England 200.
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    Waltrip Believes He Can Be Competitive in Goody’s 250
    Darrell Waltrip has enough grandfather clocks signifying Martinsville Speedway victories to stock a clock store, but Saturday’s Goody’s 250 isn’t about first-place hardware for the veteran/retired driver.
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    NASCAR Foundation Holds Inaugural Track Walk at Loudon
    The NASCAR Foundation will host a Track Walk at New Hampshire International Speedway on Sept. 16 to raise awareness and funds for two special causes. The Track Walk will benefit the charitable initiatives supported by the Victory Junction Gang Camp and the Kenny Irwin Jr. Foundation.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - New Hampshire
    There are six tracks on the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series schedule where no event winner has been able to repeat the feat.
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    Jeff Burton to Drive No. 77 KHI Chevrolet at New Hampshire
    Jeff Burton will be behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General Stores Chevrolet this weekend for the NASCAR Busch Series New England 200 at New Hampshire International Speedway (NHIS).
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    Sellers to Make NASCAR Busch Series Debut at NHIS
    Peyton Sellers’ NASCAR star continues to rise. Two weeks after claiming his first NASCAR Grand National Division, AutoZone West Series victory in Roseburg, Ore., the reigning NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series national champion will make his NASCAR Busch Series debut at New Hampshire International Speedway, in Loudon, N.H., this weekend.
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    Navy Extends Partnership with JR Motorsports for 2007
    JR Motorsports and the U.S. Navy announced the extension of their partnership on Saturday afternoon before the running of the NASCAR Busch Series USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway. The Dale Earnhardt Jr.-owned team will field the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the Busch Series through the 2007 season.
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    Scott and Chris Wimmer Returning to Race Slinger Nationals
    Scott and Chris Wimmer will be returning to Wisconsin to race in the 27th Annual Miller Lite Slinger Nationals on July 18, 2006 at The Slinger Super Speedway.
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    Racers Have Shot at NASCAR Through New Reality Show
    Eric McClure of Madison, Alabama, a 21 year old young man and lifelong resident of North Alabama has always had high hopes of being a stock car racing star. Now, he just may have that chance.
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    Another Solid Finish for Harvick and Team Coast Guard
    Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard didn’t have the strongest car at Chicagoland Speedway, but great pit strategy landed them a fourth-place finish in the USG Durock 300, marking their 12th top-five finish for the No. 21 team.
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    Labonte Strong in Brewco Motorsports Debut
    Hopes were high for Bobby Labonte’s Brewco Motorsports debut this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway. With a special paint scheme and the 2000 NEXTEL Cup champion in the driver’s seat, the Cub Cadet team was looking forward to traveling to Joliet, IL.
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    David Green Scores Top-25 Finish at Chicagoland
    David Green and the No. 27 Cottonelle® Ford Fusion Brewco Motorsports team fought grip issues and a starting position deep in the field for a 22nd place finish at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois Saturday afternoon.
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    Gilliland Brings Home 26th-Place Finish in Chicago
    David Gilliland brought his No. 84 Clay Andrews Racing Chevrolet home in the 26th position in Saturday’s running of the USG Durock 300 at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill. A speeding penalty on a lap 79 green flag pit stop forced the Ranchwood Homes entry two laps down, a fate from which the team could not recover.
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    Hard Fought Finish of 29th for Kenny Wallace at Chicago
    The unfortunate bad luck that has plagued Kenny Wallace at Chicagoland Speedway continued this weekend as Wallace brought the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion home in the 29th position among a field of 20 full-time NEXTEL Cup regular drivers.
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    Wilson, Nead Suspended, Others Penalized for DIS Violations
    NASCAR announced today penalties and fines that have been issued among six NASCAR Busch Series teams as a result of rule violations at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Chicago
    Following last week’s race at Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR Busch Series points leader Kevin Harvick (No. 21 U.S. Coast Guard Chevrolet) was asked about his 388-point lead. Was a second series title already his?
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    Truex to Drive Navy Chevrolet at Chicagoland
    For the second week in-a-row, Martin Truex Jr. will step up to drive the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS. In addition to his Nextel Cup responsibilities, Truex will run the No. 88 in the NASCAR Busch Series USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway on Saturday. He is filling in for JR Motorsports regular driver Mark McFarland who was injured in an on-track accident at Milwaukee.

    Longtime Friends, Competitors and Now Teammates
    This weekend’s USG DUROCK® 300 at Chicagoland Speedway marks a special reunion for David Green and Bobby Labonte. The longtime best friends and former NASCAR Busch Series champions will be teammates for this weekend’s event as well the August 19 Busch race at Michigan International Speedway; both piloting Brewco Motorsports entries.
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    Brewco Motorsports & Cub Cadet to Partner with Mercy Homes
    Brewco Motorsports and Cub Cadet will unveil a special paint scheme for this weekend’s Chicagoland race on Thursday, July 6 at 12:00 p.m. The design was created by children at Mercy Home for Boys & Girls - a residential care facility housing abused and abandoned kids in Chicago. Bobby Labonte, Johnny Sauter and Scott Wimmer will be on hand to meet with the kids. Brewco Motorsports and Cub Cadet will make cash donations and have arranged to have the approximately 100 staff and residents of Mercy Home attend the USG DUROCK® 300.

    Team Coast Guard Overcomes Adversity to Finish Third
    A workman-like performance netted Kevin Harvick and the No. 21 Coast Guard Chevrolet team a third-place finish Friday night in the Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Truex Scores Eighth-Place Finish for Navy Team
    Filling in for the JR Motorsports’s regular driver Mark McFarland who was injured in an accident at Milwaukee, Martin Truex Jr. brought the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS home to an eighth-place finish on Friday night in the NASCAR Busch Series Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Wallace Finishes 14th Under the Lights at Daytona
    When Kenny Wallace stepped out of the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion after 250 miles at Daytona International Speedway Friday night, the only thing he could say was, “what a night.”
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    Michigan Race Car Driver Makes Cut for Reality TV Show
    It’s the hottest new reality show – and a West Michigan man has just been given the green flag to be a contestant. Marc Miller of Holland has secured one of 21 “wildcard” spots for Racin’ for a Livin’, a creation of JVI Productions. An additional 50 rookie drivers are in the race for a chance for one coveted spot to race with a NASCAR Busch Team.
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    Wilson Ejected for Rule Violations at Daytona
    Shane Wilson, crew chief of the No. 21 Chevrolet driven by Kevin Harvick in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been ejected from the racing premises at Daytona International Speedway for rule violations found following impound Friday.
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    Fernandez to Drive No. 57 Lowe’s Chevrolet at “The Glen”
    Lowe’s and Hendrick Motorsports announced today that Adrian Fernandez will drive the No. 57 Lowe’s Chevrolet in the Busch Series race at Watkins Glen International on Aug. 12.
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    Bobby Labonte to Pilot No. 66 Cub Cadet Car
    Cub Cadet Racing and Brewco Motorsports, Inc. announced today the addition of Bobby Labonte to their driver lineup. The 1991 Busch Series and 2000 NEXTEL Cup champion will be behind the wheel of the No. 66 Cub Cadet entry for the NASCAR Busch Series events July 8 at Chicagoland Speedway and August 19 at Michigan International Speedway.
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    JR Motorsports Adds Vice President of Marketing
    Thayer Lavielle joins JR Motorsports (JRM) as Vice President of Marketing and Brand Development for the North Carolina motor sports team. Lavielle will be directing the branding and marketing initiatives for all of JRM, which entail two NASCAR Busch Series teams, one USAR Hooters Pro Cup team and three Late Model racing programs, as well as, developing marketing strategies for the Dale Jr. brand and his production company, Hammer Head Entertainment.
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    Truex Jr. to Drive No. 88 Navy Chevrolet at Daytona
    Initial reports indicating NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark McFarland’s clearance to race this weekend at Daytona International Speedway proved to be erroneous when additional MRI scans were reviewed by doctors late Tuesday night.
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    Rookie O’Quinn Looking Forward to Martinsville Homecoming
    Despite a constant diet of foreign tracks, Danny O’Quinn is off to quite a start in his rookie season in the NASCAR Busch Series. And he believes with a homecoming of sorts set for the Goody’s 250 at Martinsville Speedway on July 22, the season could get even better.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Daytona 2
    There have only been four NASCAR Busch Series summer races at Daytona International Speedway, but each one has produced a finish arguably more exciting then the last. Add the past two weeks – perhaps the most talked-about span in series history – and Friday night’s race brings with it an air of anticipation.
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    Kenny Wallace Brings Home Third Top-10 Finish of the Season
    Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion race team crossed the start / finish line in the eighth position Saturday night, matching their eighth-place finishes at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway and the spring race at Nashville Superspeedway earlier this year.
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    Skirmish Slows Harvick, U.S. Coast Guard Chevy at Milwaukee
    Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion race team crossed the start / finish line in the eighth position Saturday night, matching their eighth-place finishes at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway and the spring race at Nashville Superspeedway earlier this year.
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    Contact Ruins Strong Performance by Green in Milwaukee
    The No. 27 Brewco Kleenex® Ford Fusion was in the wrong place at the wrong time for the second straight week, as contact with another competitor stopped a charging David Green and turned a potential top-five finish into a 17th place effort in the AT&T 250 Saturday night.
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    Late-Race Crash Ends Top-10 Run for McFarland
    NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark McFarland and the Dale Earnhardt Jr.-owned No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life team were well on their way to a top-10 finish in Saturday’s AT&T 250 at The Milwaukee Mile until a late-race accident abruptly ended the team’s night, just three laps from the finish.
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    Waltrip, Goody’s Perfect Martinsville Speedway Combination
    When the Goody’s 250 takes the green flag at Martinsville Speedway on July 22 one driver in the field will have a direct tie to the roots of Goody’s involvement at Martinsville Speedway. Even though Ricky Rudd won that first Goody’s-sponsored event, the Goody’s 500 Winston Cup race on September 25, 1983, Darrell Waltrip was lurking a couple of spots back in third.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Milwaukee
    Perhaps there is no track on the NASCAR Busch Series that is considered a true “home” venue more than the historic Milwaukee Mile. There’s Lowe’s Motor Speedway of course, but it is more of a “relocation” facility for drivers and teams rather than an actual home track.
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    Kluever Returns Home to the Milwaukee Mile
    Todd Kluever has been looking forward to racing at The Milwaukee Mile all year. He considers Milwaukee his home track since it is the closest Busch Series track to his hometown of Sun Prairie, Wisc., (located just outside of Madison).
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Carl Edwards
    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Ford Fusion in the Busch Series, is entering the final week of a three-race stretch of jet-setting between Nextel Cup and Busch Series venues. Edwards, who will make the roundtrip flight from Infineon Raceway (in northern California) to The Milwaukee Mile on Saturday, spoke about the rigors of pulling double duty and whether he would reconsider the proposition based on his point standing throughout the year.
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    NASCAR Driver Tim Sauter Throwing Out First Pitch
    Lester Buildings and The Milwaukee Mile have struck a marketing partnership, allowing visibility both at the historic speedway and in the community for Lester Buildings, now the “Official Building of The Milwaukee Mile.”
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    Gilliland's First NASCAR Busch Series Win Has Precedence
    A surprise, yes. Improbable? Not given the exciting 25-year-history of the NASCAR Busch Series. David Gilliland’s (No. 84 Hype Manufacturing Chevrolet) Saturday-night victory at Kentucky Speedway was classic upset fare, but not the first time a series unknown has claimed a stunning victory.
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    Great Clips Holds Event to Benefit the Children’s Hospital
    Great Clips Racing drivers Jason Leffler and Gabi DiCarlo will visit the Minneapolis campus of Children’s Hospital and Clinics during a trip to the Twin Cities on June 26, 2006. Great Clips Racing drivers Jason Leffler and Gabi DiCarlo will visit the Minneapolis campus of Children’s Hospital and Clinics during a trip to the Twin Cities on June 26, 2006.
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    Teamwork Pays Off for Team Coast Guard After Harvick Spins
    Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard clawed their way to a sixth-place finish Saturday night in the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway despite damaging the right-front fender after spinning out on the first lap.
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    Biffle Overcomes Early Spin, Finishes 7th in Kentucky
    Persistence proved key for Greg Biffle and the Cub Cadet racing team this weekend during the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway. The Brewco Motorsports crew overcame damage from a lap one caution, getting caught a lap down during green flag pit stops and a late race penalty to finish 7th for the second straight week.
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    Frank Cicci Comments on the Condition of Driver Jeff Fuller
    Jeff Fuller was released from the hospital this (Sunday) morning with minor injuries and is on his way back to Charlotte at this time. He was kept for observation overnight following his accident during the NASCAR Busch Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
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    World, Meet David Gilliland
    In a classic David vs. Goliath story, Gilliland and the No. 84 Clay Andrews Racing (CAR) Chevrolet crew turned the stock car world on its ear by winning the Meijer 300 presented by Oreo at the Kentucky Speedway. The epic victory, already being hailed as one of the biggest moments in NASCAR Busch Series history, is the first for the 30-year-old rookie.
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    NAPA Filters Celebrates 40 Years: 1966-2006
    NAPA Filters is celebrating its 40th Anniversary by paying tribute to the reason they've succeeded in business for so long—loyal NAPA Filters fans. The NAPA Filters FANNIVERSARY celebration gives consumers a chance to win a slew of collectibles and prizes awarded every day for 40 days, plus a race weekend trip to Homestead, Florida.
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    Historic Indianapolis Raceway Park Renamed
    In a landmark announcement, historic Indianapolis Raceway Park has been renamed O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis. The track entitlement agreement gives O’Reilly Auto Parts naming rights to the famed multi-use motorsports attraction, host of the Mac Tools U.S. Nationals, the world’s oldest and most prestigious drag race, and the Kroger SpeedFest, which includes the Kroger 200 NASCAR Busch Series race to be held on August 5.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Kentucky
    Who would have thought Kenny Wallace (No. 22 AutoZone Ford) hasn’t been happy lately? One of the most jovial, outgoing drivers in NASCAR, Wallace – nicknamed “Herman” and possessing a raucous laugh – didn’t have the start to 2006 that he had expected.
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    Team Rensi Motorsports Readies for Weight Loss Challenge
    What began as a small joke between Team Rensi Motorsports employees has turned into the McDonald’s / Fresh Express Weight Loss Challenge.
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    This Week in Ford Racing: Jon Wood
    Jon Wood, driver of the No. 47 Fusion in the Busch Series, is a third-generation racer from the famed Wood Brothers Racing family. The 24-year-old son of Wood Brothers Racing co-owner Eddie Wood is currently 14th in the driver standings heading into the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway this Father’s Day weekend. Wood discussed the importance his father has had on his racing career, and his role with the organization heading into the future.
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    Denny Hamlin Brings Martinsville Experience to Goody’s 250
    Denny Hamlin’s dominant performance in the Pocono 500 Sunday afternoon may have surprised some NASCAR NEXTEL Cup fans, but few fans who followed Hamlin’s early racing career should have been shocked.
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    Brewco Motorsports to Support “Drive Smart Kentucky”
    Brewco Motorsports, Inc. announced today its support of “Drive Smart Kentucky,” a statewide program created to reduce fatalities, injuries and crashes on high crash corridors throughout the state.
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    Harvick Earns Top-Five Finish at Nashville
    Team Coast Guard posted its 10th top-five finish of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series season with Kevin Harvick crossing the finish line third in the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville (Tenn.) Superspeedway.
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    Consistency Pays Off for Wallace After Nashville
    Ultimately the goal was to come out of Nashville with a win and the coveted Gibson Guitar, what the AutoZone team ended up with instead is a top-10 placement in the point’s standings for the first time this year.
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    National City to Sponsor Tim Sauter at Kentucky
    The #36 car will be emblazoned with National City green and white at the upcoming Busch Series Race at Kentucky Speedway on June 17. National City will be the primary sponsor of the Chevy ? driven by Tim Sauter and owned by McGill Motorsports -- at the Meijer 300.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Nashville
    The month of June signals the halfway portion of the NASCAR Busch Series season. It also marks the start of the series’ stand-alone schedule when the next three races – beginning Saturday at Nashville Superspeedway – can change the standings in a hurry.
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    Wallace Brings Martinsville Experience Into Goody’s 250
    While it has been a dozen years since the NASCAR Busch Series visited Martinsville Speedway, Kenny Wallace has had a hard time blocking out the historic Virginia track.
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    Wally Rogers Fined for Violations at Dover
    NASCAR announced today that Wally Rogers, crew chief of the No. 33 Chevrolet driven by Ron Hornaday Jr. in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been penalized due to rules violations at Dover International Speedway.
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    R+L Carriers to be an Associate Sponsor on Kluever’s Car
    R+L Carriers will be an associate sponsor on Todd Kluever’s No. 06 3M Ford Fusion in the Meijer 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Kentucky Speedway on June 17.
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    Harvick Finishes 13th at the Monster Mile
    Kevin Harvick and Team Coast Guard still maintain a 297-point lead in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings after a 13th-place finish in Saturday’s StonebridegRacing.com 200 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.
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    Wimmer Overcomes Ill-Handling Car for Strong Finish in Dover
    All season long, Scott Wimmer has been looking forward to racing the Duraflame quick coals Ford for Brewco Motorsports at Dover International Speedway; the home of his first NASCAR Busch Series win in 2002.
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    Wallace Battles Handling Problems to Finish 16th at Dover
    Weather once again played a factor entering into Saturday’s Stonebridgeracing.com 200 at Dover International Speedway. Due to rain leading up to Saturday’s event, qualifying was cancelled and the field was lined up by owner’s points, placing Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone Ford Fusion in the 14th starting position.
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    Green Continues Progress with 17th Place Finish at Dover
    David Green and the No. 27 Brewco Motorsports team scored a 17th place finish this weekend in the StonebridgeRacing.com 200 at Dover International Raceway on Saturday. It was the team’s fifth finish of 17th or better in the last eight races.
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    Aaron Fike Joins Kevin Harvick Inc.
    Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI), announced today the signing of Galesburg, Ill., native Aaron Fike. The 23-year-old has a significant list of accomplishments on his racing resume.
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    Bowyer, Childress Surprise Crowd at Dixie Stampede
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    ACDelco driver Clint Bowyer and team owner Richard Childress, president & CEO of Richard Childress Racing (RCR), found their own victory lane in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., on May 23 to celebrate RCR's new sponsorship with Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show. The pair traded the race track's asphalt for the Dixie Stampede arena as Bowyer and Childress surprised the sold-out crowd of 1,000 when the pair appeared in the show's popular horseshoe toss. Dixie Stampede was named an official partner of RCR in March and is an associate sponsor of its No. 2 ACDelco NASCAR Busch Series team.

    Two Busch Series Crew Chiefs Fined for Rule Violations
    NASCAR announced today that fines have been issued to two NASCAR Busch Series crew chiefs, resulting from rule violations this past weekend at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Dover
    Frank Cicci hopes to resurrect a bit of magic this weekend at Dover International Speedway. An independent owner in the NASCAR Busch Series for 20 years, Cicci leads all series owners in wins at the one-mile track with four, and captured three of those in the spring race with driver Todd Bodine from 1991-93.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Todd Kluever
    Todd Kluever, driver of the No. 06 Ford Fusion, is the first to admit that he has big shoes to fill when he takes over the famed No. 6 Ford Fusion for Mark Martin in the Nextel Cup Series next season. Kluever, who posted his second top-10 finish of the season last week at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, discussed the pressure associated being Martin’s successor and the advantages of Roush Racing’s six-car Busch Series operation.
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    Harvick Battles from Two Laps Down to Finish Eighth at LMS
    A never give up attitude paid dividends for Kevin Harvick and the No. 21 Coast Guard racing team as they battled from two laps down to claim a eighth-place finish in the Carquest Auto Parts 300 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Wallace Gains Four Positions in Standings, Finishes 13th
    Kenny Wallace and the No. 22 AutoZone team came into Lowe’s Motor Speedway with high expectations after a positive test session at the same track just weeks before.
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    David Green Scores Top-15 Finish at Lowe’s
    The heat was definitely on this weekend in Charlotte, with temperatures in the low 90s. While fans and teams alike struggled to keep cool, David Green and his Brewco Motorsports team also struggled to keep the temperature down in No. 27 Pull-Ups® Ford Fusion.
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    Wimmer Overcomes Multiple Obstacles at Lowe’s
    Persistence proved key for Brewco Motorsports’ Duraflame team this weekend at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. The team was forced to go to a backup car following an incident during first practice. When the race began, the Duraflame Ford looked strong but radio issues soon made the evening a challenge for Scott Wimmer and the entire crew.
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    Stewart Unhurt Following Crash in Busch Series Race at LMS
    Joe Gibbs Racing driver Tony Stewart has been cleared to drive in Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series race at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., after crashing in Saturday night's Carquest 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Lowe's. Stewart, driving for Kevin Harvick Inc., in the Carquest 300, spun in turn four and impacted the SAFER barrier on lap 10 of the 200-lap race. After being transported to the speedway's infield care center, he complained of discomfort in his right shoulder. As a result, NASCAR medical personnel dispatched Stewart to Carolinas Medical Center University for precautionary X-rays. Those X-rays proved negative.

    Ameriquest Sets Busch Series First, Four Teams at LMS
    Four of Roush Racing’s premier drivers will suit up in their Ameriquest firesuits for an unprecedented NASCAR Busch Series first. Mark Martin, Matt Kenseth, Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards will pilot their Ameriquest Ford Fusions all together for the first time under the bright lights at Lowe’s Motor Speedway on Saturday night, May 27, 2006.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Lowe’s Motor Speedway
    Following the second off-week of the season, the NASCAR Busch Series returns to Lowe’s Motor Speedway on Saturday night. The race is essentially a “home” event for the majority of the teams since many are located in and around the Charlotte area.
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    Said to Drive for Biagi-DenBeste Racing in Carquest 300
    Biagi-DenBeste Racing, a newly-formed partnership between Fred Biagi of Biagi Bros. Racing and Bill DenBeste of DenBeste Transportation, have tapped the talents of Boris Said for Saturday night’ s running of the NASCAR Busch Series CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Brad Coleman to Make Busch Series Debut in Nashville
    Adding to his already impressive resume, 18-year-old Brewco Motorsports rookie sensation Brad Coleman will make his NASCAR Busch Series debut in the June 10 Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Busch Drivers Have Plenty Practice Time for Goody’s 250
    The Busch Series has been away from Martinsville Speedway for a decade, but drivers will have plenty of practice on the half-mile oval before the July 22 running of the Goody’s 250.
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    Blaney to Pilot the ABF U-Pack Moving Chevrolet
    ABF Freight System, Inc.®, and Braun Racing have selected NEXTEL Cup regular Dave Blaney to pilot their No. 32 Chevrolet for the remaining races of the 2006 season.
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    Brewco Motorsports Announces Addition to No. 27 Team
    Brewco Motorsports Inc. today announced the naming of Shawn Parker as co-crew chief on the team’s No. 27 Kleenex® Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series. He will share duties with current crew chief Stewart Cooper.
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    Curb Agajanian Penalties Upheld
    On May 16, 2006, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Curb Agajanian Performance Group. The appeal concerned three penalties issued by NASCAR following post-race inspection on April 15, 2006 for the NASCAR Busch Series event at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Busch Series News and Notes - Off Week 2
    This may be the second off-week of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series season, but for some, the down time includes competition at the race track.
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    Todd Brewer Named Crew Chief for Ashton Lewis Jr.
    Team Rensi Motorsports has announced the hiring of Todd Brewer as crew chief of the No. 25 U.S. Marine Corps Ford in the NASCAR Busch Series. Brewer joined Team Rensi Motorsports earlier in the year and his hard work and experience have earned him the position as crew chief for driver Ashton Lewis, Jr.
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    Cub Cadet, Brewco Motorsports and Greg Biffle Team Up in 06
    Cub Cadet has officially entered into the NASCAR family with a limited schedule primary sponsorship of the Brewco Motorsports No. 66 Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Perseverance Pays Off for Team Coast Guard at Darlington
    Despite being forced to change engines because of an oil pan leak, at Darlington Raceway, Kevin Harvick and the Coast Guard Racing Team clawed their way to a seventh-place finish Friday night in the Diamond Hill Plywood 200.
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    McFarland Survives Track 'Too Tough to Tame'
    NASCAR Busch Series driver Mark McFarland and the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life team managed to survive their first visit to Darlington Raceway, the track “too tough to tame,” and took home a top-20 finish in the NASCAR Busch Series Diamond Hill Plywood 200.
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    David Green, No. 27 Pull-Ups Team Finish 24th in Darlington
    Following a solid twelfth-place finish last week at Richmond International Raceway, David Green and the No. 27 Brewco Ford crew were fired-up for the Diamond Hill Plywood 200 at Darlington Raceway. However, the Lady in Black had other plans for the team, as they struggled to keep up with changing track conditions, on their way to a 24th place finish in under the lights Friday night.
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    Late Race Wreck Halts Promising Day for Wimmer
    Scott Wimmer looked as if he was going to conquer the track “too tough to tame” during Friday night’s Diamond Hill Plywood 200, but the Yard-Man Ford ended up in wrong place at the wrong time.
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    NBC to Televise Goody’s 250 Busch Race at Martinsville
    The Goody’s 250 NASCAR Busch Series return to Martinsville Speedway won’t be under the lights, but it will be viewed by many millions more than expected. Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell announced this afternoon that the Goody’s 250 had been moved to a 3 p.m. start time on Saturday, July 22. The event was originally scheduled to be run at night and televised on cable network TNT.
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    Goody's Returns to Martinsville as Race Title Sponsor
    With a 16-year legacy as a race title sponsor, Goody’s Headache Powder will return to historic Martinsville Speedway as title sponsor of the NASCAR Busch Series race, announced Darren Singer, Vice President of Goody’s Marketing for GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare and Clay Campbell, President Martinsville Speedway.
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    CitiFinancial and Yates Announces Changes to NBS Lineup

    Brewco's Coleman on Fast-Paced Media Tour in New York City

    Busch Series Lowe’s Motor Speedway Day 3 Testing Speeds

  • Afternoon Session
  • Evening Session

    Blaney Slated to Run a Limited Schedule with Braun Racing

    Kluever Pleased with Lowe's Test Results

    Busch Series Lowe’s Motor Speedway Day 2 Testing Speeds

  • Afternoon Session
  • Evening Session

    Busch Series News and Notes - Darlington

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Jon Wood

    Busch Series Lowe’s Motor Speedway Day 1 Testing Speeds

  • Afternoon Session
  • Evening Session

    Busch Series Teams Hold Final Scheduled Test at Lowe's

    Harvick Wins Rain-Delayed Race at Richmond

    Green Scores Top-15 Finish in Richmond

    Long Day, Wet Night for Wimmer’s Yard-Man Racing Debut

    Mcfarland’s Shot at Second Top-10 Dashed by Late-Race Crash

    Long Night for Tim Sauter

    Keller Goes for 400th NASCAR Busch Series Start at Richmond

    Husqvarna to Sponsor Aric Almirola in NBS Debut at Richmond

    Chris Bristol to Continue Success with Diversity Program

    Ingersoll Rand Unveils No. 14 Schlage Dodge Charger

    Penalties Announced for Busch Series Violations at Talladega

    Wimmer to Expand Busch Schedule for Brewco Motorsports

    Busch Series News and Notes - Richmond

    David Green, Brewco Kleenex® Team Finish 24th in Talladega

    Carfax to Sponsor Busch Series Race at MIS on August 19th

    Leffler Gets a New Number

    Busch Series News and Notes - Talladega

    Griffin Fined for Violations at Phoenix

    Harvick Holds on for Back-to-Back Busch Wins at Phoenix

    Green Scores Top-10 with Ravenswood Ford

    McFarland Rallies to 16th-Place Finish at Phoenix

    Heat Leads to Long Night for Schrader, Yard-Man Team

    Tim Sauter 24th at Phoenix

    Busch Series News and Notes - Phoenix

    Roush Isn't the Only One Who Can Win With O’Quinn

    Fort McDowell Resort Destination to Sponsor Braun Racing

    Two Busch Series Crew Chiefs Fined, Placed on Probation

    Braun Racing Looks to the Future After Making Changes Within

    Mitchell Named to Drive No. 23 KCR Busch Series Entry

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Ashton Lewis, Jr.

    Keller Released from No. 1 Busch Series Team

    Wallace Produces Another Strong Finish at Nashville

    Strong Start, Solid Finish for O'Quinn in Nashville

    Sauter Sandwich Ruins Positive Day for Green in Nashville

    Navy Team Works Together to Salvage 33rd-Place Finish

    Break Failure Leads to Short Day for Wimmer

    Tim Sauter 36th at Nashville

    Edwards Comments on Crew Chief Swap

    NASCAR Busch Series Raybestos Rookies at Nashville

    Roush Racing Announces Personnel Changes

    Busch Series News and Notes - Nashville

    Checkers®/Rally’s Joins Drive for Diversity Program

    Danny O'Quinn Jr. Visits World Financial Group Headquarters

    NASCAR Teleconference: Reed Sorenson and Johnny Sauter

    Norris Fined, Suspended for Rule Violations at Texas

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Jon Wood

    Great Clips Racing Announces the Addition of Jason Leffler

    Federated Auto Parts to Sponsor Brewco Rookie Coleman

    Bullseye for Ashton Gray Racing

    Burton Has Dominant Car, Claims Sixth-Place Finish at Texas

    Wimmer Brings Brewco Motorsports First Top-10 of 2006

    Strong Qualifying Position, Finish Encouraging for Green

    Whirlwind Weekend for Jason Leffler

    Loose Wheel, Ill-timed Caution Costs Sauter

    Busch Series News and Notes - Texas

    Martin to Make First Busch Start of Season at Texas

    Two No. 06 3M Crew Members Return Home to Texas

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Kenny Wallace

    Brad Parrott Joins Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates

    O'Quinn Jr. to Make Commercial Debut for Stonebridge

    Sorenson Fastest During AM Session in Final Day of Testing

  • Day Three Morning Speeds
  • Day Three Afternoon Speeds

    NASCAR Busch Series Testing at Richmond - Day 2

  • Day Two Morning Speeds
  • Day Two Afternoon Speeds
  • Day Two Evening Speeds

    Kluever Continues to Learn at Richmond

    NASCAR Busch Series Testing at Richmond - Day 1

  • Day One Morning Speeds
  • Day One Afternoon Speeds
  • Day One Evening Speeds

    Cooper, Griffin Fined as a Result of Bristol Infractions

    Frattura Named Crew Chief Of Joel Kauffman's No. 12 Dodge

    Kyle Busch, Team Lowe's Racing "Delivers" a Win in Bristol

    Debris Costs Harvick, Team Coast Guard Win at Bristol

    Wallace Survives Snow Storm, Numerous Wrecks to Finish 8th

    Kenseth's NBS Crew Chief Penalized for Violations at Atlanta

    Barr-Nunn Transportation Inc. to Sponsor O'Quinn at Bristol

    Busch Series News and Notes - Bristol

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Danny O’Quinn, Jr.

    Leffler Highest Finishing NBS Regular Second Week in a Row

    Burton, Coast Guard Chevy Win at Atlanta

    Kenseth Finishes Where He Started in the Ameriquest Ford

    Navy Racing Steady Through Atlanta

    Wallace Getting Back on Track with Solid Finish in Atlanta

    O’Quinn Jr.'s Irish Luck Enough for Solid 25th-Place Finish

    Tim Sauter 31st at Atlanta

    Encouraging Start for Green Thwarted in Atlanta

    Mechanical Problems Spoil Promising Weekend for Schrader

    Kyle Wins Pole at Atlanta, Before Tire Problems Ruin His Race

    Holiday Inn Makes its NASCAR Busch Series Debut

    Waltrip’s “Dream” to Come True at Martinsville Speedway

    Kluever Pulls for Wisconsin in NCAA Tournament

    Dixie Stampede Named Official Partner of RCR

    Busch Series News and Notes - Atlanta

    Buffington Penalized for Violations at Las Vegas

    Clorox/Ford Announce Lineup for Women's Driver Program

    Matt Kenseth Wins the Pole and Finishes Second at Las Vegas

    Harvick Takes Third at Las Vegas in the Sam’s Town 300

    Real Car Guys Finish Ninth in a Frigid Race at Las Vegas

    Leffler Highest-Finishing Busch Regular in Vegas

    Schrader, Yard-Man Ford Finish 17th in Vegas

    Kyle Busch, Team Lowe’s Racing Finish 19th in Vegas

    O'Quinn Jr. Gets Top 25 at Vegas

    Navy Racing Brings Big Guns to Las Vegas

    David Green, Brewco Kleenex® Team Finish 29th in Las Vegas

    Wallace and AutoZone Team Endure Tough Weekend in Vegas

    Harvick Notches Top Five Finish in Mexico

    Goeters Strong in Return to Brewco Motorsports

    Wallace Overcomes Transmission Problems to Finish 19th

    Sauter and Lester Team Endure Eventful Weekend in Mexico

    Transmission Issues Halt Promising Day for Green in Mexico

    Kluever Hopes to Capitalize on Roush Success at Vegas

    Fernandez Posts Top-Five Starting Spot in Mexico

    NASCAR Busch Series Road Race Qualifying Procedures

    Fernandez Fast in Mexico City Friday Practice

    A Weekend of Firsts for O'Quinn Jr.

    ppc Partners with Drive for Diversity Program in Mexico

    Busch Series News and Notes - Mexico City

    Kenseth's Busch Team Loses Points After California Race

    Opportunity of a Lifetime for McFarland and Dale Jr.

    Edwards Excited to Return to Mexico City

    NASCAR Teleconference: Fernandez, Contreras and Goeters

    This Week in Ford Racing: Michel Jourdain, Jr.

    Burton and Team Coast Guard Finish Fourth at California

    Wimmer Strong in Brewco Motorsports Debut

    Bowyer Finishes 16th after Fighting Loose Racecar in Fontana

    Green, No. 27 Huggies CleanTeam Ford Finish 20th in Fontana

    Kyle Busch, Team Lowe’s Racing Finish 23rd in California

    22nd Place Finish for Leffler at California

    Tim Sauter 25th at Fontana

    Despite Loose Race Car O'Quinn Continues Learning Curve

    Mark McFarland Finshes 33rd in California

    Handling Problems Result in 34th Place Finish for Wallace

    O'Quinn's No. 50 Will Carry Transamerica Colors in Fontana

    Todd Kluever Looks to Carry Momentum to California

    Busch Series Crew Chief Penalized for Violations at Daytona

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Jon Wood

    Busch Series News and Notes - California

    Tracy to Race for Biagi Bros. in Mexico City Event

    Barr-Nunn to Sponsor O'Quinn at Bristol, Dover

    Jorge Goeters to Drive for Brewco in Mexico City

    ABF to Sponsor Braun Racing in the 2006 Busch Series

    Roush Racing: Driver X Update

    Schrader’s Brewco Motorsports Debut Foiled by Tire Issues

    Strong Finish for Jason Leffler at Daytona

    Top 20 Start for Tim Sauter

    O'Quinn Jr. Gets Top 20 Finish in First Start at Daytona

    Mark McFarland Finishes 22nd in Daytona Debut

    Kyle Busch, Team Lowe’s Racing Finish 27th at Daytona

    Engine Troubles Ends Strong Showing for Burton in Daytona

    Daytona Doldrums Lead to 37th Place Finish for Green

    Multi-Car Crash Sends Busch Series Drivers to Backup Cars

    Busch Series News and Notes - Daytona

    Mears to Run Nine Races in NBS in No. 42 Dodge for CGRFS

    ppc Racing Welcomes Third Sponsor, RVs.com, Aboard the #10

    Braun Racing and Lucas Oil Products Team up in Daytona

    McGill Motorsports Continues Pre-Season Prep

    Experian Consumer Direct to Sponsor Roush Racing in 2006

    Las Vegas Busch Series Preseason Thunder - Day 3

    Steve Wallace Gets First Taste of LVMS During Busch Test

    Kluever Pleased With Vegas Test

    O'Quinn to Run in Daytona ARCA 200

    Braun Racing and Akins Motorsports Join Forces

    Blickensderfer will Lead No. 50 Roush Busch Team

    Las Vegas Busch Series Preseason Thunder - Day 2

    Former Champ Car Racer Tracy Gets Seat Time at LVMS Test

    Las Vegas Busch Series Preseason Thunder - Day 1

    Edwards Heads to Mexico City for Media Day

    YARD-MAN & Brewco Tap Waltrip and Schrader for ‘06

    No. 64 Top Flite Team Ready for 2006

    Federated Auto Parts to Expand Partnership with Brewco

    Las Vegas Preseason Thunder Continues with Busch Series

    Everyone Wants a Piece of Kenny Wallace in 2006

    Roush Racing Announces 2006 Pennzoil NBS Schedule

    Kenny Wallace to Host NASCAR Show on KMOX Radio

    NASCAR Celebrates Black History Month

    Ravenswood Winery Announces Sponsorship with Brewco

    Dale Jr. and McFarland Get Down to Basics

    Richard Tocado Companies Joins RCR Family of Sponsors

    U.S. Coast Guard to Sponsor RCR’s No. 21 Chevy in 2006

    Wimmer to Drive Partial Busch Series Schedule for Brewco

    ppc Racing Sponsors Make One Race Fan’s Dream Come True

    2006 Drive for Diversity Roster Announced

    NBS Jackson Hewitt Preseason Thunder at Daytona - Day 3

  • Sunday AM Speeds
  • Sunday PM Speeds
  • Todd Kluever and Danny O'Quinn Jr. Quotes

    Jackson Hewitt Preseason Thunder Testing Wraps Up

    McFarland Realizes Goal at 180 mph

    NBS Jackson Hewitt Preseason Thunder at Daytona - Day 2

  • Saturday AM Speeds
  • Saturday PM Speeds
  • Carl Edwards Quotes
  • Regan Smith and Jon Wood Quotes

    Earnhardt Jr. Readies Rookie Busch Team

    NBS Jackson Hewitt Preseason Thunder at Daytona - Day 1

  • Friday AM Speeds
  • Friday PM Speeds
  • David Green and Kenny Wallace Quotes

    Busch Series Takes Their Turn at DIS

    Paul Tracy Inks 5-Race NASCAR Busch Series Deal

    Roush Racing Announces O’Quinn to Drive in Busch Series

    Pierre Kuettel Named No. 60 Busch Series Crew Chief

    Sauter/Pearson Prep for Preseason Test

    Preseason Thunder Continues with Busch Series Testing

    Ilmor Engineering to Build Engines for Biagi Bros. NBS Team

    Fraternal Order of Eagles and Braun Racing Team up in 2006

    Kluever Hits the Road at VIR

    JR Motorsports Takes a Huge Step

    McFarland Works on Right-Handers

    Kluever Practices Turning Right

     

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