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2007 Busch Series News Archive

Australian Bidder Wins Ambrose Suit in Charity Auction
One lucky Australian Marcos Ambrose fan has captured a piece of motorsport history by becoming the winning bidder in an online eBay charity for the Animal Adoption League.
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Ambrose Voted Australian Driver of the Year by Magazine
Marcos Ambrose has been voted the Australian Driver of the Year by Australian weekly motorsport magazine Auto Action.
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Ambrose Auctions Pole Winning Race Suit for AAL
Marcos Ambrose is auctioning one of his treasured NASCAR race suits with all funds raised going to the Animal Adoption League.
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GoDaddy.com to Sponsor No. 5 Nationwide Series Team
GoDaddy.com, the world's largest domain name registrar, will be a primary sponsor of the No. 5 NASCAR Nationwide Series Chevrolets for six events in 2008. The cars will be fielded by JR Motorsports in partnership with Hendrick Motorsports.
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Brewco Motorsports Becomes Baker Curb Racing
Nashville businessman Gary Baker and record executive Mike Curb have officially joined forces to take over full ownership of the NASCAR Nationwide Series Team formerly known as Brewco Motorsports.
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Johnson to Race in Three Nationwide Series Races in 2008
Lowe’s and Hendrick Motorsports announced today that two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson will drive the No. 5 Lowe’s Chevrolet in three Nationwide Series races in 2008.
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Ambrose Jets Home to Australia for Christmas
Marcos Ambrose is on a jet en route back home to Australia today after capping his rookie year in the NASCAR Busch Series by collecting his eighth place trophy in an on-stage appearance at the annual NASCAR Busch Series Awards Banquet in Orlando, Florida.
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Carl Edwards Collects $2.4 Million in 2007
Carl Edwards, the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series driver champion, received a payout of $2,485,582, an amount that ranks fourth all-time among series title winners.
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Kevin Harvick Inc. Announces 2008 No. 33 Drvier Line-Up
Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) co-owner and driver Kevin Harvick will return to the driver’s seat of the No. 33 KHI Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2008.
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NASCAR Busch Series Champion's Week 2007
The top drivers in the NASCAR Busch Series returned to Central Florida on Thursday to celebrate their season accomplishments, just 70 miles south of Daytona International Speedway, where the season began in February.
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Video: NASCAR Busch Series Top 10 in Orlando

  • Carl Edwards talks about winning the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Championship. (Watch Video)
  • Carl Edwards talks about why he runs full time in the NASCAR Busch Series. (Watch Video)
  • Carl Edwards talks about why he gave Bobby Hamilton Jr. the trophy after winning at Nashville Superspeedway. (Watch Video)
  • Bobby Hamilton Jr. talks about his 2007 season. (Watch Video)
  • Bobby Hamilton Jr. talks about his most memorable moment from the 2007 season. (Watch Video)
  • No. 60 crew chief Pierre Kuettel talks about the key to his driver Carl Edwards winning the 2007 title. (Watch Video)
  • No. 60 crew chief Pierre Kuettel says race wins at concrete tracks highlighted his team's 2007 season. (Watch Video)
  • Jason Leffler talks about how he and his team came on strong during the summer after a slow start to the season. (Watch Video)
  • Jason Leffler talks about why winning a NASCAR Busch Series race at O'Reilly Raceway Park was so special. (Watch Video)
  • Jason Leffler talks about the importance of manufacturer Toyota to the success of his season. (Watch Video)
  • Stephen Leicht talks about his successful first full season in the NASCAR Busch Series. (Watch Video)
  • Stephen Leicht talks about how he hopes strong runs in 2007 will help him find a ride in 2008. (Watch Video)
  • David Ragan says his team made the most of their one shot at winning the rookie of the year title. (Watch Video)
  • David Ragan talks about how winning the pole at the spring Texas race was a confidence boost that carried his team through the season. (Watch Video)
  • David Reutimann talks about how his team came together as the season progressed. (Watch Video)
  • David Reutimann talks about his highlight of the 2007 season as well as his proudest moment of the year. (Watch Video)
  • No. 29 crew chief Pat Smith talks about working with two drivers to win the owner's championship and the highlight of his 2007 season. (Watch Video)
  • No. 29 crew chief Pat Smith talks about how Scott Wimmer's performance at Phoenix typified his strong season. (Watch Video)
  • Scott Wimmer talks about how his team reached its goal and made history by winning the owner's championship. (Watch Video)
  • Scott Wimmer's highlight of the 2007 season was running three Richard Childress Racing cars, and he looks forward to running more races in 2008. (Watch Video)

    NASCAR Busch Series Champion's Week Preview
    In its final season as sponsor of the NASCAR Busch Series, Anheuser-Busch’s Busch brand will celebrate its last title in duplicate.
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    Labonte to Run Part-Time Nationwide Series Schedule for RCR
    Richard Childress Racing (RCR) has signed two-time NASCAR champion Bobby Labonte to a part-time schedule driving its No. 21 Chevrolet in the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
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    Fastenal Joins Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates in 2008
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates announced today that Fastenal Company has signed a multi-year deal with the team to sponsor driver Dario Franchitti and the No. 40 Dodge Charger in the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
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    Ragan Named Busch Series Raybestos Rookie of the Year
    David Ragan is the 2007 Raybestos® Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR Busch Series. Ragan edged Marcos Ambrose by 27 points (272-245) for the honor.
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    Raines Caps Off Season with a Strong Seventh-Place Finish
    The NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) made their final stop of the 2007 season Saturday, at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway, where Tony Raines was behind the wheel of the No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) RoadLoans.com Chevrolet for the final time.
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    Major Milestone for Ambrose with Eighth in Debut NBS Season
    Marcos Ambrose has achieved a major milestone by finishing his debut season in the NASCAR Busch Series with his sixth top 10 finish of the year with 10th place in the Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida today.
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    Harvick Finishes 16th in NASCAR Busch Series Finale
    After racing in the top three for the majority of the day, Kevin Harvick was able to coax just a 16th-place finish out of his AutoZone Chevrolet in Saturday’s Ford 300 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Late Caution Costly to Bires at Season-Finale
    As soon as Kelly Bires climbed from the No. 47 Clorox Ford Saturday for the last time this season, he quickly walked around the car to make sure all the fenders were straight and in one piece.
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    Bliss Finishes 23rd for Fitz Motorsports in Homestead
    Mike Bliss ran the Supercuts Dodge for a successful 200 laps on Saturday evening, topping off the season with a twenty-third place finish in the Ford 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Graham Survives another Caution Filled Race in Homestead
    Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series race was a day of finales. The Ford 300 was not only the final race of the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season, but also the final race for title sponsor Anheuser-Busch.
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    Season Comes to an End Early for Bobby Labonte in No. 77 Car
    Making his final start in the Dollar General stores Chevrolet, Bobby Labonte’s night ended early at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway. Labonte finished 43rd after losing control of the Dollar General stores Chevrolet in turn three on lap four of the event.
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    JR Motorsports Re-Enlists with Navy
    JR Motorsports announced today that the U.S. Navy has re-signed with the team to field the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with driver Brad Keselowski through 2008.
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    Kertus Davis to Honor A-T Children’s Project at Final Race
    NASCAR Busch series driver Kertus Davis proudly announced he will carry the A-T Children’s Project message on the #01 Chevy at the final Busch Series race at Homestead.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Homestead-Miami
    The list of accomplishments for the nation’s No. 2 motorsports series over the last 26 seasons is stellar. Saturday at Homestead-Miami Speedway, the list will be complete with the running of the NASCAR Busch Series’ final race under the Busch Beer sponsorship banner.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Marcos Ambrose
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Kingsford Ford Fusion, will enter Ford Championship Weekend eighth in the Busch Series driver points. Ambrose talks about what he has learned throughout the season and the importance of finishing the season on a strong performance.
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    Blickensderfer Crew Chief Fined, Kenseth Loses Points
    NASCAR announced that Drew Blickensderfer, crew chief for the No. 17 Ford driven by Matt Kenseth in the NASCAR Busch Series, was fined $10,000 for violating NASCAR rules at Phoenix.
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    JR Motorsports Launches Circle of Fans
    Just in time for the holiday season JR Motorsports is offering race fans a chance to leave a lasting impression on the headquarters for NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. with the JR Motorsports Circle of Fans.
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    Tester Penalty Upheld Following Appeal
    On November 13, 2007, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Gregory Tester, crew chief for the No. 71 car concerning a penalty issued by NASCAR following post-race inspection on October 27, 2007 for a NASCAR Busch Series event at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Harvick, AutoZone Fifth at Phoenix
    Kevin Harvick drove a comfortable-handling No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet to a fifth-place finish in Saturday’s Arizona Travel 200 at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Hornaday Earns a 10th-Place Finish for Dollar General at PIR
    Ron Hornaday piloted the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet to a 10th-place finish at Phoenix (Ariz.) Intentional Raceway from a 19th starting position.
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    Ambrose Top Rookie in Phoenix, Rises to Eighth in Points
    Marcos Ambrose has toughed out a tremendous result to finish in 15th place and as the top rookie in the Arizona Travel 200 at Phoenix International Raceway in Phoenix, Arizona.
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    Raines Strong Run Ends With 18th-Place Finish
    Tony Raines was once again in action behind the wheel of the Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet Saturday at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR), bringing home a solid 18th-place finish.
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    A Good Run of Bad Luck for Bliss
    If there was an award for the best team with the worst luck, Mike Bliss and the No.22 Supercuts Dodge would be winning, hands down.
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    AZ Partsmaster.com Teams up with Fitz Motorsports in Phoenix
    AZ PARTSMASTER.com is proud to announce it's relationship with Fitz Motorsports as an associate sponsor on their No. 22 Supercuts Dodge driven by NASCAR veteran Mike Bliss in this weekend’s running of the Arizona Travel 200 at the Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Phoenix
    Now that Carl Edwards (No. 60 World Financial Group Ford) has clinched the NASCAR Busch Series driver title, his team can let out a collective breath and focus on wins in the last two races of the season.
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    Franchitti Entered in Busch Races in Phoenix and Homestead
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) announced today driver Dario Franchitti will make his third and fourth appearances in the NASCAR Busch Series on Nov. 10 at Phoenix International Raceway and Nov. 17 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
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    Walter, Eury Penalized for Violations at Texas
    NASCAR announced today that Chad Walter, crew chief of the No. 24 Chevrolet driven by Casey Mears and Tony Eury Sr., crew chief of the No. 88 Chevrolet driven by Brad Keselowski in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been fined and penalized due to rule violations at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Edwards, Kuettel and Ambrose
    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 World Financial Group Ford Fusion, and crew chief Pierre Kuettel discuss their strategy for the remainder of the season after clinching the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series Championship.
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    Harvick Becomes All-Time Busch Series Winner at Texas
    Kevin Harvick continued to write his name in the history books at Texas Motor Speedway by claming his third consecutive NASCAR Busch Series victory in the O’Reilly Challenge.
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    Solid Top-10 Finish for Raines at Texas Motor Speedway
    Tony Raines returned to the driver’s seat of the No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) RoadLoans.com Chevrolet Saturday, at Texas Motor Speedway, for the O’Reilly Challenge.
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    Dented Fender Foils Good Run for Bires at Texas
    From a distance – and at more than 180 mph – the damage on the right-front fender didn’t look like much on the No. 47 SAY BOO TO THE FLU/CLOROX Ford Fusion. Looks, however, were deceiving.
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    Labonte’s Happy Homecoming Hopes End in Disappointment
    Bobby Labonte piloted the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the 18th time this season. Beginning the weekend optimistic, Labonte was confident with the Dollar General stores car.
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    Courageous Race from Ambrose in Texas
    Marcos Ambrose has soldiered on under trying conditions to finish in 30th place in the O’Reilly Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas today.
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    Electrical Problem Relegates McClure to 40th Place Finish
    Eric McClure and the Hefty® Racing Team™ had a roller coaster weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Optimistic Afternoon Curtailed by Uncontrollable Circumstance
    After surviving the Memphis melee last weekend with an honorable second place finish, Mike Bliss was ready to do it again in Texas.
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    Eric McClure Joins Front Row Motorsports in 2008
    Front Row Motorsports, which has competed full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for the past three years, will have a full-time entry in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) with a new driver and new sponsor for the 2008 season.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Texas
    Following the race at Gateway International Raceway last July, Carl Edwards (No. 60 Dish Network Ford) had an 852-point lead over second-place David Reutimann (No. 99 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota) in the NASCAR Busch Series standings.
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    Tester Suspended, Fined for Rule Violations at Memphis
    NASCAR announced today that Greg Tester, crew chief of the No. 71 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been suspended until Dec. 31 and fined $15,000 due to rule violations this past weekend at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Kelly Bires
    Kelly Bires, driver of the No. 47 Clorox Ford Fusion, looks forward to racing at Texas Motor Speedway this weekend. Both of his top-10 finishes this season have occurred at 1.5-mile tracks.
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    Franchitti Entered in Second Busch Series Race at Texas
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) announced today driver Dario Franchitti will make his second appearance in the NASCAR Busch Series this Saturday, Nov. 3 at Texas Motor Speedway in the O’Reilly Challenge.
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    Davis Team to Honor Wounded Texan
    Johnny Davis Motorsports and driver Kertus Davis will enter their #01 RACEGIRL Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the O’Reilly Challenge NASCAR BUSCH Series race this weekend.
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    Bliss Finishes Second in the Supercuts Dodge at Memphis
    Mike Bliss and the No.22 Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge will go down in history as the second place finisher of the record-setting-25-cautions race at the Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Fourth from Pole in Memphis Gives Ambrose Best Busch Finish
    Marcos Ambrose has achieved his best NASCAR Busch Series result with a sensational and hard fought fourth place in the Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park in Memphis, Tennessee today.
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    Bires Survives at Memphis with 14th-Place Finish
    To say Kelly Bires drove through the carnage of last Saturday’s Sam’s Town 250 was an understatement.
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    John Graham Survives Crash Filled Sam’s Town 250
    The Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park was a real Halloween bash with 25 cautions for a total of 117 laps. John Graham and the #37 Kickbutt Amped Energy Ballz Ford Fusion finished the race in 27th position, gaining 14 positions from their 41st place starting position.
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    McClure and the Hefty Team Finish 28th at Memphis
    Eric McClure and the Hefty® Racing team went to Memphis Motorsports Park with one goal in mind—to qualify for the Sam’s Town 250; not only for their sponsors, but for William, an eighteen-year-old patient of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, who designed the “Racing to Save Lives” paint scheme for the No. 0 Hefty® brand Chevrolet.
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    29th-Place Finish for Gale at Memphis Motorsports Park
    Making his seventh NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) start of the season, Cale Gale survived a caution-filled race Saturday at Memphis (Tenn.) Motorsports Park to bring the No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) Camping World Chevrolet home in the 29th position.
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    Bobby East and the No. 43 Team Have Eventful Day in Memphis
    The Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park was a caution filled race with 25 cautions over 117 laps. Bobby East and the #43 Kickbutt Amped Energy Ballz team had an up and down day; East was scored with a 36th place finish, but that is not an indicator of the race East drove.
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    Miller Nearly Survives Caution-Filled Busch Race at Memphis
    Brandon Miller debuted in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, starting 28th and finishing 37th.
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    Rusty Wallace to Field Two Teams in Nationwide Series in 2008
    Officials of Rusty Wallace Racing announced that the team will field two full-time entries in the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
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    Austin Makes Historic Qualifying Run at Memphis
    Wheeling Rusty Wallace Racing’s No. 64 Atreus Homes and Communities Dodge, 18 year-old Chase Austin will make racing history in this afternoon’s Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park.
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    Joey Logano Announces 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series Debut
    Joey Logano, the 2007 NASCAR Busch East Series champion and winner of the Oct. 20 NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown at Irwindale Speedway, revealed today at Atlanta Motor Speedway that he’ll make his debut in the NASCAR Nationwide Series May 31 at Dover International Speedway.
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    Yates Has Penalties Overturned in Final Appeal
    As the final appellate authority within NASCAR, the National Stock Car Racing Commissioner, Charles Strang, held an appeal hearing on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 concerning penalties imposed following the inspection of the shock absorbers on NASCAR Busch Series car No. 90 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal on August 4, 2007.
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    Checkers®/Rally’s® Racing to Support St. Jude’s
    Checkers®/Rally’s® announced that it has partnered with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, NASCAR and Leverage Sports for the inaugural “Design a Dream” event, which takes place on Saturday, October 27th, at the Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park in Memphis, Tennessee.
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    Audio: Colin Braun
    Colin Braun, driver of the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion, discusses his NASCAR Busch Series debut this Saturday at Memphis Motorsports Park, as well as his journey to Roush Fenway Racing, and more.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Memphis
    In the city where blues is king, Memphis Motorsports Park is quickly becoming known as the track where NASCAR Busch Series debuts are all the rage.
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    Commission Overturns Busch Penalty
    On October 23, 2007, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Hendrick Motorsports regarding the No. 5 NASCAR Busch Series car driven by Kyle Busch.
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    Hendrick Motorsports Wins NASCAR Appeal
    Car owner Rick Hendrick responded to Tuesday's decision by the National Stock Car Racing Commission (NSCRC) to overturn sanctions levied by NASCAR against Hendrick Motorsports' No. 5 Busch Series team.
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    Holiday Inn Signs Multi-Year Contract Renewal with RCR
    Holiday Inn has exercised the option in its current contract with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) by signing a multi-year contract extension as the Official Hotel of RCR and the primary sponsor of RCR’s No. 29 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with co-drivers Scott Wimmer and Jeff Burton.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Colin Braun
    After debuting in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race in Martinsville last weekend, Colin Braun prepares to make his NASCAR Busch Series start at Memphis Motorsports Park this weekend. Braun will drive the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion during the Sam’s Town 250.
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    BB&T, RCR Extend Relationship Through 2009
    BB&T Corporation and Richard Childress Racing (RCR) have extended their sponsorship agreement through 2009.
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    Wallace to Practice and Qualify No. 26 for McMurray in Memphis
    Jamie McMurray will drive the No. 26 Dish Network Ford Fusion in Saturday’s Sam’s Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park. Kenny Wallace will fill in for McMurray for Friday’s practice sessions and qualifying on Saturday morning.
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    Signed Ambrose Visor from Montreal Up for Auction on EBay
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the #59 Kingsford Charcoal Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series has teamed up with eBay Auctions to offer an astounding piece of his personal memorabilia to benefit the Animal Adoption League.
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    Dyno Nobel Donates Diecasts to Patients at St. Jude’s
    Representatives from Dyno Nobel and its subsidiary, dnx Drilling, will be at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital this week to present 300 die cast racecars to children receiving care at St. Jude.
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    Franchitti to Make NASCAR Busch Series Debut at Memphis
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) announced today driver Dario Franchitti will make his NASCAR Busch Series debut Saturday, October 27th at Memphis Motorsports Park in the Sam's Town 250 (ESPN2, 3:00pm ET).
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    St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital “Races to Save Lives”
    Leverage Sports, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and Memphis Motorsports Park, have created an event to recognize the children fighting for their lives at the hospital founded by Danny Thomas in 1962.
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    Braun to Race 3M Ford at Memphis Busch Race
    Roush Fenway Racing driver Colin Braun will make his first career start in the NASCAR Busch Series at Memphis Motorsports Park this Saturday in the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion.
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    Joe Gibbs Racing Seeking Sponsor for Busch-Hamlin Tandem
    Motorsports offers few guarantees, but Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) – winners of three NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series championships and over 70 NASCAR races since its debut in 1992 – offers the closest thing to a guarantee.
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    NASCAR Nationwide Series Logo Unveiled
    The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) and Nationwide Insurance today unveiled the logo for the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
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    Coleman to Drive Full-Time for Brewco in 2008
    After a successful rookie season in the NASCAR Busch Series, 19-year-old Brad Coleman has decided to leave Joe Gibbs Racing in order to pilot a full-time ride in the No. 27 Kleenex Ford with the new owners of Brewco Motorsports in 2008.
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    Eric McClure to Represent Jt. Jude's at Memphis
    Eric McClure and the Hefty® Team will be representing St. Jude Children’s Hospital in the Design a Dream Event at Memphis Motorsports Park next weekend in the running of the Sam’s Town 250. The No. 0 Hefty® Chevrolet will be sporting a new paint scheme that was designed by St. Jude’s patient William, who will be at the track to cheer for Eric and the Hefty® team on Saturday. Prior to the race, McClure will be making a special stop at St. Jude on Thursday to tour the hospital and meet the patients.
    Veiw the paint scheme designed by St. Jude’s patient William

    Paul Wolfe Re-Ups as Crew Chief for Fitz Motorsports
    It was announced today that current crew chief Paul Wolfe has re-signed with Fitz Motorsports for the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series Season.
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    America's Top Detailer to Serve as Honorary Crew Chief
    Call it the World Series of car detailers but with more grit and tougher umpires.
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    Video: NASCAR VP of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter

  • Hunter talks about Jason Keller breaking Tommy Houston's record for NASCAR Busch Series starts. (Watch Video)

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Stephen Leicht
    Stephen Leicht, driver of the No. 90 CitiFinancial Ford Fusion, has two top-15 finishes at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Busch Series. He heads into Charlotte ninth in the points standings, just 212 points separate him from fifth place.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Lowe's
    Jason Keller knew this day would come. He’s been looking forward to becoming the NASCAR Busch Series’ all-time leader in starts, a feat he can accomplish Friday night at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Sweet Baby Ray’s to Help Keller Break All-Time Starts Record
    The #11 Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbeque Sauce Chevrolet driven by Jason Keller will debut this weekend at the 1.5-mile Lowe’s Motor Speedway during Friday night’s Dollar General 300. During this event Keller will break the record for all-time starts in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Whiskey Falls Headlines Race Week Line-up at JR Motorsports
    Whiskey Falls, the harmony-driven country band that is celebrating the release of its self-entitled debut item, will perform live at JR Motorsports Thursday, Oct. 11 as part of Charlotte Race Week festivities at Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s team headquarters.
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    Nationwide Insurance to be Title Partner of Nationwide Series
    The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) announced today that Nationwide Insurance will become title sponsor of the NASCAR Nationwide Series, replacing Anheuser-Busch’s Busch brand at the start of the 2008 season.
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  • NASCAR Nationwide Series Teleconference Transcript

    2008 Schedule Announced for NASCAR Nationwide Series
    As NASCAR celebrates its 60th anniversary, the 2008 season will bring a new name – the NASCAR Nationwide Series to the nation’s second-most popular series.
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    Bumgarner Fined for Rule Violations on Winning Car at Kansas
    Mike Bumgarner, crew chief for the No. 5 Chevrolet driven by Kyle Busch in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined $10,000 for an infraction committed last weekend at Kansas Speedway.
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    Hendrick to Appeal NASCAR Decicion
    Car owner Rick Hendrick responded to NASCAR sanctions announced today involving the No. 5 Busch Series team of Hendrick Motorsports. "To say we're confused about this situation would be an understatement," Hendrick said of NASCAR's decision. "The intake manifold that the team used was legal and we look forward to presenting the facts to the National Stock Car Racing Commission."

    Busch Series News & Notes - Kansas
    There’s plenty of fanfare surrounding the NASCAR Busch Series’ arrival at Kansas Speedway for Saturday’s race.
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    Raines Fined, Penalized for Actions in NBS Dover Race
    NASCAR announced today that Tony Raines, driver of the No. 33 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined and penalized due to rule violations this past weekend at Dover International Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Dover
    Two years ago, Martin Truex Jr. (No. 8 Sea Watch Chevrolet) and Clint Bowyer (No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet) came to Dover International Speedway’s fall race as the two drivers vying for the NASCAR Busch Series championship.
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    National Stock Car Racing Commission Rules on Yates' Appeal
    On September 18, 2007, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Robert Yates Racing. The appeal concerned three penalties issued by NASCAR following post-race inspection on August 4, 2007 for the NASCAR Busch Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.
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    Off Weekend Better than Usual for One 3M Crew Member
    Many people in racing spend their precious weekends off with their families since the constant travel takes them away from home 10 months of the year. For one Roush Fenway Racing crew member the time with his father last weekend was even more special.
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    Carl Edwards to Make 100th Career Busch Start at Dover
    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 World Financial Group Ford, will make his 100th Busch Series start this weekend at “The Monster Mile” in Dover, Delaware.
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    InvestLinc Joins CJM Racing at Dover, Kansas
    In another step forward for CJM Racing, InvestLinc has signed as a primary sponsor for two of their remaining NASCAR Busch Series events this season.
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    Gary Baker Joins Brewco Motorsports Inc. Ownership Group
    Today, Brewco Motorsports Inc. announced that Gary Baker has joined Brewco Motorsports Inc. ownership group. Gary Baker's extensive NASCAR experience has included that of a driver, team owner, and the one time owner of the Bristol Motor Speedway & the Nashville Speedway.

    5th Place for Bliss in Richmond
    There was power behind the slightly wrinkled exterior of the Family Dollar Dodge on Friday night at Richmond International Raceway. Mike Bliss charged through the green-white-checker, finishing in an excellent fifth place position after battling the top-ten all night long.
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    Ambrose Top Rookie with 15th at Richmond
    Marcos Ambrose has enjoyed his best short-track race by finishing in 15th place in the Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Virginia.
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    Labonte Races to a 17th-Place Finish in Richmond
    Piloting the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, Bobby Labonte raced to a 17th-place finish Friday night at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway.
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    Harvick Finishes 24th Despite an Early Pit Road Accident
    The NASCAR Busch Series returned to Richmond (Va.) International Raceway (RIR) Friday night for the Emerson City 250. For the third straight week, Kevin Harvick was behind the wheel of the Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet
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    Bires, Clorox Ford Accomplish Primary Goals at Richmond
    Success for Kelly Bires and the No. 47 Clorox Ford isn’t always measured by a finishing position. At times, there are other goals to be met.
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    Long Night for Bowyer, BB&T Chevy at Richmond
    An unfortunate incident during the night’s initial pit sequence left Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 2 BB&T Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, with a 33rd-place finish in Friday night’s Emerson Radio 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Late-Race Wreck Ends Keselowski's Shot at Top-15 Finish
    A wreck on Lap 195 took Brad Keselowski, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, out of contention for a top-15 finish in Friday’s Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Kickbutt Amped Energy Ballz #37 Ford Debuts at Richmond
    This weekend marked Kickbutt Amped Energy Ballz’ first weekend to be the primary sponsor on the #37 Ford Fusion and John Graham’s first race in a Brewco Motorsports built car.
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    Problems Relegate McClure to a 42nd Place Finish at Richmond
    Eric McClure, driver of the No. 0 Hefty® Brand Chevrolet, headed to Richmond International Raceway looking to qualify for his first event on the ¾-mile racing surface.
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    A Day in the Life of NASCAR’s No. 9 Wisk Pit Crew
    For the Ultimate Charger’s No. 9 Wisk Pit Crew, psychology, exercise science, and kinetic theory are a daily part of their rigorous training regimen under Gillett Evernham Motorsports Pit Crew Coach, Brett Cumming.
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    Busch Series Crew Chiefs Fined for Violations at California
    NASCAR announced today that Scott Zipadelli, crew chief of the No. 47 Ford driven by Kelly Bires and Stewart Cooper, crew chief of the No. 37 Ford driven by Bobby East in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been fined due to rule violations at California Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Richmond
    Scott Wimmer (No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet) must be glad to get back behind the wheel of the Richard Childress Racing ride he shares with Jeff Burton for the first time since finishing seventh at O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis in late July.
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    RoadLoans.com, PTG Studios Partner to Sponsor No. 33 at RIR
    RoadLoans announced today it would share its sponsorship on the No. 33 Chevrolet RoadLoans Busch Series car with PTG Studios, an educational programming company, for the Emerson Radio 250 NASCAR Busch Series Race at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Keselowski Signed to Finish Season in No. 88
    JR Motorsports has signed Brad Keselowski to drive the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS for the remainder of the 2007 season. The 23-year-old driver took over the wheel of the JR Motorsports Busch entry prior to the July 14 race at Chicagoland Speedway and has competed in six races since, earning two top 10s along with finishes of 13th and 14th.

    Keselowski Cleared for Competition
    Brad Keselowski has been cleared by Dr. Jerry Petty for NASCAR competition and will drive the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in Friday’s Emerson Radio 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Excellent Top-10 Finish for Gordn and Fitz Motorsports Team
    Robby Gordon and the No. 22 Supercuts/Family Dollar team finished ninth at the California Speedway during Saturday’s running of the Camping World 300. This makes seven top-10 finishes for Fitz Motorsports in 2007.
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    Wimmer Drives No. 77 Car to a 12th-Place Finish in Fontana
    NASCAR Busch Series teams endured another scorching weekend at the track, this time visiting the West Coast at the California Speedway for the Camping World 300.
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    Ambrose Shows Strong Pace on Way to 13th in California
    Marcos Ambrose has finished in a commendable 13th place in the Camping World 300 at California Speedway in Fontana, California.
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    Bires and Clorox Team Gain a Little, Learn a Lot in Fontana
    Kelly Bires and his No. 47 Clorox Ford race team decided on a completely different approach to the California Speedway during Saturday night’s Camping World 300.
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    East 24th in Cub Cadet/Kleenex Ford at California Speedway
    The NASCAR Busch Series teams faced another hot and humid weekend as temperatures were in the triple digits at the California Speedway. Rookie Bobby East fought with the car all weekend but improved 12 positions from the start of the race to finish in the 24th position.
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    Keselowski 'OK' After Wreck
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Seabees Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Brad Keselowski survived a wild ride in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Camping World 300 at California Speedway.
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    Keselowski Examinied, Released from Hospital
    Brad Keselowski, driver of the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet in the NASCAR Busch Series, was examined and released from Loma Linda University Medical Center Saturday night after a crash in the Camping World 300 at California Speedway. Keselowski was airlifted to the hospital, where he underwent CT Scanning and x-rays on his left ankle and chest. As standard procedure, he will have further evaluation by Dr. Jerry Petty upon his return to North Carolina.

    CancerCare Teams Up with Family Dollar and Fitz Motorsports
    Veteran NASCAR driver Mike Bliss is scheduled to appear in the Big Apple on October 9 and 10 in a unique and powerful way to show support for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and CancerCare, a national nonprofit which provides free support services for people affected by cancer.
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    Tester Fined, Placed on Probation for Violations at Michigan
    NASCAR announced today that Greg Tester, crew chief of the No. 71 Chevrolet driven by Ron Young in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined and penalized due to rule violations at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - California
    Jason Leffler’s (No. 38 Great Clips Toyota) last trip to his home state to race at California Speedway in February wasn’t much to, well, visit home about.
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    Allmendinger to Drive No. 42 Busch Series Car for CGRFS
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) announced that A.J. Allmendinger will drive the No. 42 Memorex Dodge in the next five NASCAR Busch Series races on the 2007 schedule, beginning with Friday’s race at California Speedway through the Oct. 12 event at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Robby Gordon to Drive the No. 22 in the Camping World 300
    Veteran driver Robby Gordon has accepted the invitation extended by team owner Armando Fitz to drive the #22 for Supercuts in the Camping World 300 this weekend at the California Speedway.
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    Bowyer, BB&T Chevy Battle Back for Top 10 at Bristol
    Despite a trio of issues that, by all rights, should have submarined any hopes of a decent finish, Clint Bowyer and the BB&T racing team dug deep and put together an eighth-place showing in Saturday night’s Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Keselowski Scores Top-10 at Bristol
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Brad Keselowski scored his second top-10 finish of the year in the NASCAR Busch Series Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Bliss Battles it Out in the Blistering Heat at Bristol
    Mike Bliss and the #22 Supercuts Dodge had no problems adjusting to the newly paved track at Bristol Motor Speedway. The Fitz Motorsports team was on their game as soon as the car was rolled off the hauler.
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    Biffle 14th in Cub Cadet Ford at Bristol Motor Speedway
    The newly paved Bristol Motor Speedway saw two and three wide racing Friday night under the lights with Greg Biffle in the #37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion earning his 7th Top-15 finish for Brewco Motorsports in 2007.
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    Labonte 27th in Dollar General Chevrolet at Bristol
    The NASCAR Busch Series teams endured a long day in the sweltering heat and a full schedule of practice, qualifying and a 250-lap race on Friday at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
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    School of Hard Knocks at Bristol for Bires and Armor All Ford
    On the surface, Friday night’s primary goal for Kelly Bires in the Food City 250 seemed easy – just finish. But nothing ever comes easy at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Ambrose Runs Strong at Bristol until Crunching Ending
    Marcos Ambrose has shown impressive short track form before a crunching impact ended his day in the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee.
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    Bad Luck Bites McClure and Hefty Team at Bristol
    The NASCAR Busch Series went short track racing under the lights in the East Tennessee mountains this weekend on the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Bristol
    Five months ago when Carl Edwards (No. 60 Scotts Ford) won his first race of the season at Bristol Motor Speedway, he set sail for what has since become a stout lead in the NASCAR Busch Series driver standings.
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    Kvapil to Race No. 16 3M Ford at Bristol Busch Race
    Craftsman Truck Series champion and Roush Fenway Racing driver Travis Kvapil will make his fourth career start in the NASCAR Busch Series at Bristol Motor Speedway this Friday in the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion.
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    Strong Run Earns Harvick, Third-Place Finish at Michigan
    Team AutoZone driver Kevin Harvick continued to be a model of consistency in notching his sixth consecutive top-five finish and 16th top-10 finish this season in the CARFAX 250 at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Bowyer, BB&T Chevrolet Persevere for Top 10 at Michigan
    While Clint Bowyer may not have had a car capable of winning the race, the Emporia Kan., native still quietly notched another top-10 finish behind the wheel of the No. 2 BB&T Chevy in Saturday’s CARFAX 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Keselowski Coasts to 13th-Place Finish at MIS
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Brad Keselowski managed to coast across the start/finish line to score a 13th-place finish at Michigan International Speedway in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series CARFAX 250.
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    Reutimann Battles Back for 16th Place in Dominos.com Toyota
    David Reutimann, driver of the #99 Dominos.com Toyota in the NASCAR Busch Series, finished 16th this afternoon in the CARFAX 250 from the track that is delivered by Domino’s Pizza – Michigan International Speedway.
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    Labonte Qualifies Ninth and Brings Home an 18th Place Finish
    Bobby Labonte climbed behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet at Michigan International Speedway Saturday afternoon.
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    Respectable 19th a Strong Result for Ambrose in Michigan
    Marcos Ambrose has turned in a strong performance to finish 19th in the Carfax 250 at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan today.
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    Bires and Clorox Team Undaunted by Finish at Michigan
    Kelly Bires knew there would be some lessons in his first season in the NASCAR Busch Series season. Last Saturday’s Carfax 250 at the Michigan International Speedway was one of them.
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    Eric McClure Fails to Qualify for Carfax 250
    Coming off two weekends away from the track while the NASCAR Busch Series visited their final two road-course events, Eric McClure was anxiously awaiting to get back into the car at Michigan International Speedway.
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    Jason Leffler and Wife Alison, Welcome Baby Boy
    Jason Leffler, driver of the NASCAR Busch Series No. 38 Great Clips Toyota, and his wife Alison, welcomed their son into the world on Thursday, August 16, 2007, shortly before 7pm.
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    Fitz Motorsports Appeal Denied
    On August 15, 2007, the National Stock Car Racing Commission heard and considered the appeal of Fitz Motorsports. The appeal concerned three penalties issued by NASCAR following post-race inspection on August 4, 2007 for the NASCAR Busch Series race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.
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    Jarrett to Race Centennial Toyota in Busch Series at Bristol
    UPS today announced plans to sponsor Dale Jarrett in the Food City 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Aug. 24, 2007, as part of the UPS Centennial Celebration.
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    Brian Vickers to Drive the No. 10 Toyota for Braun Racing
    Braun Racing is pleased to announce the addition of Brian Vickers to the No.10 Toyota Camry driver line-up.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Michigan
    Reigning and two-time NASCAR Busch Series champion Kevin Harvick (No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet) isn’t running a full-time schedule, but he’s still pushing towards the top of the list of all-time greats in this final year with series sponsor Busch Beer.
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    Another Busch Win for Harvick
    Kevin Harvick used perfect pit strategy and a great handling race car to win the Zippo 200 on Saturday at Watkins Glen International.
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    A Clean Road Race for Labonte as he Secures a Top-10 Finish
    Bobby Labonte climbed behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the 12th race of the NASCAR Busch Series season.
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    Lally Records Top Ten Finish in Clorox Ford in Watkins Glen
    Andy Lally wrapped up his two-race deal with Wood Brothers/JTG Racing with a 10th-place finish in last Saturday’s Zippo 200, but the three-time sports car champion said he hopes it turns out to be the first page in a new racing career.
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    Biffle 11th in Cub Cadet Ford at Watkins Glen International
    The last road-course race for the NASCAR Busch Series in 2007 saw Greg Biffle and the #37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion finish in the 11th position.
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    Ambrose Makes Most of Eventful Race in Watkins Glen
    Marcos Ambrose has ensured he added a healthy collection of points to his NASCAR Busch Series tally from an eventful Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International in New York today.
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    Pilgrim Scores 15th-Place Finish at The Glen
    In his second start for JR Motorsports, Andy Pilgrim drove the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS to a 15th-place finish in the NASCAR Busch Series ZIPPO 200 at Watkins Glen International.
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    Fitz Motorsports and Carpentier Run Strong at the Glen
    Canadian racer Patrick Carpentier enjoyed another very strong outing for Fitz Motorsports in Saturday’s Zippo 200 at The Glen.
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    Carfax 250 Promotion to Offer Gas at $2.50 Per Gallon
    A promotion for the NASCAR Busch Series Carfax 250 at Michigan International Speedway will offer regular unleaded gasoline for $2.50 per gallon.
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    Carfax Returns to Michigan for Second Busch Series Race
    Carfax, the experts in vehicle history, announced it will return as title sponsor of the Carfax 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Michigan International Speedway (MIS) on Aug. 18.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Watkins Glen
    The season’s third and final road-course race brings with it arguably the most anticipation ahead of a NASCAR Busch Series event this year. One look at four key players explains why.
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    Fitz Motorsports to Appeal Penalties
    Fitz Motorsports acknowledges the fine and penalties imposed by NASCAR on the No. 22 Dodge following the NASCAR Busch Series race in Montreal; however Fitz Motorsports will issue an appeal based upon extraordinary circumstances.
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    Jack Roush Wins 2007 Master Shop Rat of the Year Award
    Jack Roush has been a Shop Rat all of his life. Since Mr. Roush was a child he was always fascinated with how things worked and was determined to become an innovator.
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    Robby Gordon Fined, Placed on Probation
    NASCAR announced today that Robby Gordon, driver and owner of the No. 55 Ford in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined $35,000 and placed on probation until Dec. 31, 2007 due to a rule violation during last Saturday’s race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal.
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    Carpentier in the No. 22 Busch Series Car at Watkins Glen
    Patrick Carpentier will pilot the #22 for the Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen. Carpentier’s success last weekend in Montreal made it easy for Armando Fitz to invite him back.
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    Pole Sitter Carpentier Proudly Finishes 2nd in Hometown Debut
    It wasn’t long after the Fitz Motorsports #22 Dodge was rolled off the hauler at Circuit Gilles Villenueve when Patrick Carpentier jumped in and showed his hometown and the NASCAR world what he is made of.
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    Fellows Finishes Fourth North of the Border
    Ron Fellows, racing in his home country of Canada, charged back from a late race incident, to finish fourth in the NAPA Auto Parts 200 on Saturday afternoon.
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    Hornaday Brings Home a 13th-Place Finish in Montreal
    The NASCAR Busch Series teams visited Montreal for the inaugural event at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Ron Hornaday was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, starting sixth and finishing 13th on the 2.71-mile road-course.
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    Pilgrim's First Busch Race Ends with Flat Tire
    For a fleeting moment it appeared as though the JR Motorsports team would enjoy a story-book ending to the weekend in Montreal.
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    Lally Thrilled With Experience in Clorox Ford in Montreal
    Under normal circumstances it would have been easy for Andy Lally to be disappointed by a 29th-place finish last Saturday at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. But the NAPA Auto Parts 200 road course race was far from normal.
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    NASCAR Statement on Late-Race Incident at Gilles Villeneuve
    "Once the caution came out on Lap 72 the field was frozen. Once the field is frozen, all cars must maintain cautious pace in order to be scored," said Ramsey Poston, NASCAR Managing Director, Corporate Communications.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
    The NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by Dodge at the historic Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road course is the inaugural event for the NASCAR Busch Series in Canada and the second points race for the series on international soil.
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    Biffle Responds to Penalty
    Greg Biffle would like to respond to a NASCAR penalty issued late yesterday for failing to fulfill his post-race media obligations this past Saturday night, following the NASCAR Busch Series race at O'Reilly Raceway Park in Indianapolis.
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    MRN to Broadcast Live From Inaugural Busch Race in Montreal
    Motor Racing Network (MRN) Radio today announced it will broadcast live coverage of the inaugural NASCAR Busch Series NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by Dodge from the historic Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on August 4, 2007.
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    Biffle Fined for Failing to Fulfill Media Obligations
    NASCAR announced today that Greg Biffle has been fined $5,000 and placed on probation until Dec. 31, for failing to fulfill his post-race media obligations this past Saturday night, following the NASCAR Busch Series race at O’Reilly Raceway Park in Indianapolis.
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    Dodge Teleconference: Patrick Carpentier
    Montreal native Patrick Carpentier discusses his inaugural NASCAR Busch Series run this weekend for Dodge in Montreal.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Ragan, Ambrose
    David Ragan, driver of the No. 6 Discount Tire Ford Fusion talks next weekend’s NASCAR Busch Series road race at Circuit Gilles Villenueve in Montreal, Quebec, Canada while Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Kingsford Charcoal Ford Fusion, taps into his road racing background for the event.
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    GM's Martin Comments on JR Motorsports/Hendrick Combo
    When word came this week that the NASCAR Busch Series teams of Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Rick Hendrick would merge operations, Shane Martin, Chevrolet's Busch Series Program Manager, could sense nothing but positives because of the open-minded perspectives and solid communication skills of many staff.
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    Jon Wood Fine After Car Accident
    Wood Brothers/JTG driver Jon Wood was treated and released from a local hospital this morning following a single vehicle accident on his way to work.
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    JR Motorsports, Hendrick Motorsports to Combine Operations
    JR Motorsports and Hendrick Motorsports will combine the two companies' NASCAR Busch Series operations at the conclusion of the 2007 racing season with plans to field a joint effort beginning in 2008.
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    RCR, KHI to Increase Busch Series Relationship
    Richard Childress Racing (RCR) and Kevin Harvick Incorporated (KHI) have reached agreement to expand their already successful NASCAR Busch Series relationship going into the 2008 season.
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    Leffler Captures Second Career Win and Makes History at ORP
    Jason Leffler visited Victory Lane at O’Reilly Raceway Park (ORP) seven times during his days of USAC racing and Saturday night he made a return visit, winning the Kroger 200 and going down in history as the driver who gave Toyota its first NASCAR Busch Series victory.
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    Hard-Fought Race Earns Hornaday a Fifth-Place Finish at ORP
    Under the lights at the 0.686-mile short track of O’Reilly Raceway Park (ORP), Ron Hornaday drove the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet to a fifth-place finish.
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    Keselowski Scores Top 10 in Navy Chevy at ORP
    Brad Keselowski scored his first-ever top-10 finish in NASCAR Busch Series competition in the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in Saturday’s Kroger 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park.
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    Keller Pilots Huggies Ford to 11th Place Finish at ORP
    Jason Keller struggled with a tight race car, but managed to avoid the many race cautions and maneuver his No. 27 Huggies Ford Fusion to an 11th place finish Saturday night at O’Reilly Raceway Park at Indianapolis.
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    Gale Finishes 14th at O’Reilly Raceway Park
    Mobile, Alabama native, Cale Gale showed the 40,000 plus race fans at the O’Reilly Raceway Park that he has what it takes to compete in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Josh Wise Grabs Solid Finish in Family Dollar Dodge at ORP
    NASCAR Development Driver, Josh Wise, made his Busch Series debut in the Family Dollar Dodge driving for Fitz Motorsports this past Saturday night at O’Reilly Raceway Park.
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    Eric McClure Finishes 29th in First Start at ORP
    The NASCAR Busch Series traveled to the Hoosier state this past weekend to compete under the lights at O’Reilly Raceway Park. Hefty® Racing™ driver Eric McClure battled a tight-handling race car throughout the 200-lap event in route to a 29th place finish.
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    Engine Problems Cloud Bires Return to Indy
    Kelly Bires had a good reason to be optimistic about last Saturday’s Kroger 200 at O’Reilly Raceway Park. After all, a year earlier he won an American Speed Association Late Model Series race there.
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    Dodge Gears Up for Montreal
    Dodge/MOPAR of Canada and the Dodge Quebec Dealer Advertising Association will rev up the Dodge brand when the NASCAR Busch series visits Canada next weekend.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - O'Reilly Raceway Park
    You’re 21 years old, you grew up only seven miles from Indianapolis, and you’re a rookie in the NASCAR Busch Series. You’re coming off your best start of the season and your team is just beginning to gel at the mid-way point. You have a new sponsor on board and renewed enthusiasm as you progress toward 2008.
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    Busch Series Crew Chiefs Fined for Gateway Violations
    NASCAR announced today that Doug Chouinard, crew chief of the No. 03 Toyota driven by Todd Bodine and Chuck Meyers, crew chief of the No. 1 Chevrolet driven by J.J. Yeley in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been fined due to rule violations at Gateway International Raceway.
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    Lally to Drive No. 47 Clorox Ford at Montreal and The Glen
    TRG (The Racer’s Group) announced today that it will enter two NASCAR Busch Series road course events beginning with the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road course in Montreal, Canada on August 4, followed by the ZIPPO 200 at Watkins Glen on August 11.
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    Lally to Drive No. 47 Clorox Ford at Montreal and The Glen
    TRG (The Racer’s Group) announced today that it will enter two NASCAR Busch Series road course events beginning with the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road course in Montreal, Canada on August 4, followed by the ZIPPO 200 at Watkins Glen on August 11.
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    Busch Series Teams Get Their Turn On Bristol's New Surface
    When it comes to experience in the NASCAR Busch Series, few have Jason Keller beat. The 17-year series veteran is closing in on Tommy Houston’s all-time starts record and is only two starts away from tying Dale Jarrett’s Bristol Motor Speedway record.
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    Hornaday Battles His Way to a Top-10 Finish in Gateway
    As Ron Hornaday climbed from the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet Saturday night, he looked at crew chief Wally Rogers and said “that was one of the hardest fought top-10 finishes I’ve ever raced for.”
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    Late Race Accident Foils Top Ten for Bires
    Kelly Bires had no trouble getting the No. 47 Clorox Ford to run fast during last Saturday night’s Busch Series 200 at Gateway International Raceway. His problem was getting it to stop.
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    Mid-Race Wreck Leaves Keselowski with 26th-Place Finish
    Brad Keselowski finished 26th in the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet in Saturday night’s NASCAR Busch Series 250 at Gateway International Raceway after a mid-race wreck ended his chance at a good finish.
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    Gale’s Night Ends Early in Gateway; Finishes 29th
    Cale Gale was behind the wheel of the No. 33 Camping World Chevrolet at Gateway (Ill.) International Raceway for the NASCAR Busch Series race.
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    Accident Halts Strong Qualifying Effort, Race Run for Keller
    It looked as though Jason Keller and the No. 27 GoodNites Ford Fusion Brewco Motorsports team were on their way to a top-five finish at Gateway International Raceway, after a fourth place qualifying position and strong early race run.
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    Bad Luck Race for Bliss and No. 22 Team at Gateway
    From the minute the #22 Family Dollar/Supercuts Dodge came off the hauler, it was fast. It ran 6th in the first practice, 3rd in Happy Hour, and qualified to start the race in the 7th position.
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    Brake Issues Plague McClure at Gateway International Raceway
    Eric McClure and the Hefty® Brand team had a disappointing weekend at Gateway International Raceway.
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    Busch and Truck Teams to Test New Surface at Bristol
    The newly-repaved surface at Bristol Motor Speedway will see its first action next week during open test sessions for teams in the NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
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    Earnhardt Jr. Honoring Dad's Promise to Pilgrim
    JR Motorsports announced today that road racing veteran Andy Pilgrim will drive the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the upcoming NASCAR Busch Series races at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Watkins Glen International.
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    Camping World Announces Race Sponsorship with California
    Camping World, America’s largest retailer of RV and outdoor supplies, accessories and recreational vehicle sales, today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with California Speedway to serve as the title sponsor for the Speedway’s Fall NASCAR Busch Series Race.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Gateway
    Listen closely. It’s not a roar – far from it. It’s not a bang. It’s hardly a pop. It’s a quiet sound, yet one that reverberates within the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Earnhardt Jr. Honoring Dad's Promise to Pilgrim
    JR Motorsports announced today that road racing veteran Andy Pilgrim will drive the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the upcoming NASCAR Busch Series races at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve and Watkins Glen International.
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    Camping World Announces Race Sponsorship with California
    Camping World, America’s largest retailer of RV and outdoor supplies, accessories and recreational vehicle sales, today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with California Speedway to serve as the title sponsor for the Speedway’s Fall NASCAR Busch Series Race.
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    NASCAR Teleconference: Jason Keller
    Jason Keller takes his No. 27 Kleenex Ford Fusion to Gateway International Raceway this weekend in St. Louis. Keller participated in the NASCAR teleconference and talked about his achievements and thoughts on the future of the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Shepherd's Crew Chief Fined for Violations at Chicagoland
    NASCAR announced today that Chad Beahr, crew chief of the No. 89 Dodge driven by Morgan Shepherd in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations this past weekend at Chicagoland Speedway.
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    Jimmy John’s to Sponsor Kenny Wallace’s RCR Ride at Gateway
    Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches will sponsor Kenny Wallace’s one-race deal with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in the July 21 NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) race at Gateway International Raceway near St. Louis.
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    Harvick, AutoZone Chevy Win at Chicago
    Kevin Harvick snagged the lead with 27 laps to go and left the competition in his rear-view mirror in Saturday’s USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.
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    Bowyer Continues Top-Five Ways at Chicago
    Another top-five finish was the order of the day as Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 2 Camping World Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, rolled to a fourth-place effort in Saturday’s USG Durock 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Chicagoland Speedway.
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    Stewart Salvages Another Top-10 Finish for Old Spice Racing
    Tony Stewart came into Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR Busch Series race at Chicagoland (Ill.) Speedway as one of the race favorites, and while he came up just short of a first-place finish, the effort was remarkable nonetheless.
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    Keselowski Scores Top-15 in First JR Motorsports Start
    In his first start in the JR Motorsports’ No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, Brad Keselowski captured his career-best NASCAR Busch Series finish in Saturday’s USG DUROCK 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.
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    Dollar General Stores Team Runs Consistently in Chicago
    Coming off a weekend in Daytona (Fla.) where rain dictated the team’s race events, the No. 77 Dollar General stores team entered Chicago (Ill.) with beautiful weather and a good outlook for the USG Durock 300 at the Chicagoland Speedway.
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    McMurray, Yard-Man Team Score Top-25 Finish in Chicago
    Jamie McMurray and Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Yard-Man Ford team overcame a difficult practice session for a 23rd place finish in the USG Durock 300 at Chicagoland Speedway Saturday afternoon.
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    Scott and Chris Wimmer Return to Slinger Nationals
    Scott and Chris Wimmer will join other big NASCAR names at the Slinger Nationals at Slinger Speedway on Tuesday July 17th.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Chicago
    Chicago may be known as the “Second City,” but its 1.5-mile speedway is quickly gaining a reputation as a “first-timer” track. The six previous races at Chicagoland Speedway have resulted in four drivers securing their first career NASCAR Busch Series win.
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    Weather Channel to Sponsor Kleuver, Edwards in Busch Series
    The Weather Channel, the 24-hour weather network, has partnered with EchoStar Communications Corporation (Nasdaq: DISH) and its DISH Network™ to sponsor Roush Fenway Racing’s No. 26 car in Chicago and the No. 60 car in Indianapolis during this month’s NASCAR Busch Series races.
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    Conner Fined for Violations at Daytona
    NASCAR announced that Greg Conner, crew chief of the No. 59 Ford driven by Marcos Ambrose in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Brewco Partners with Fun Energy Foods Inc. and John Graham
    Brewco Motorsports Inc. today announced a partnership with Fun Energy Foods Inc., a Canadian-based energy food manufacturer, which will serve as the primary sponsor for 10 NASCAR Busch Series races with Brewco during the 2007 season.
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    Keselowski to Drive for JR Motorspors in Three Races
    Brad Keselowski will drive the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS in the next three NASCAR Busch Series races for JR Motorsports, starting with Saturday’s USG DUROCK 300 at Chicagoland Speedway.
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    Patrick Carpentier to Compete in Montreal Busch Race
    Patrick Carpentier officially announced Tuesday at a press conference held in Montreal that he will compete in the inaugural NASCAR Series Busch race at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on August 4, 2007.
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    Camping World Becomes Title Sponsor of Daytona Busch Race
    Camping World, America’s largest retailer of RV and outdoor supplies, accessories and recreational vehicle sales, announced Friday at a packed Daytona International Speedway press conference that it will become the title sponsor for the premier NASCAR Busch Series race in February at historic speedway during speedweek.
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    Harvick Overcomes Adversity to Finish Second at Daytona
    Workman-like performance netted Kevin Harvick and the No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet team a second-place finish Saturday morning in the rain-delayed Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Bowyer, BB&T Chevy Fifth in Winn Dixie 250
    Make it six – on two accounts. In his last six NASCAR Busch Series starts this season, including the rain-delayed Winn Dixie 250, Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 2 BB&T Chevy Monte Carlo SS, has earned six consecutive top-six finishes.
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    Dale Jr. Finishes 14th in First Start for JR Motorsports
    In his first race behind the wheel of the JR Motorsports-prepared No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo that he owns, Dale Earnhardt Jr. finished 14th in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Mission Accomplished at Daytona for Bires and Armor All Team
    Staying on the lead lap and finishing a NASCAR Busch Series race at the Daytona International Speedway without a mark on the No. 47 Armor All Ford appeared to be easy goals for Kelly Bires and his Wood Brothers/JTG Racing team.
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    Lap 99 Caution Hinders a Top-10 for Bliss at Daytona
    Mike Bliss lived up to his “Most Improved Driver” award Saturday morning when he raced the #22 Family Dollar/Supercuts Dodge from a 37th place starting position up twenty spots to a strong 17th place finish in the Winn Dixie 250.
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    Eventful Day for McMurray Leads to 18th Place in Daytona
    Jamie McMurray fought through adversity, including a tough start to the race and a mid-race spin, to earn an 18th place finish in the Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 United States Postal Service Ford in the Winn Dixie 250 Presented By Pepsico NASCAR Busch Series race at Daytona International Speedway Saturday morning.
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    Tony Raines, RoadLoans.com Team 21st at Daytona
    After a rain-delayed Winn-Dixie 250 finally got underway early Saturday morning at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, Tony Raines and the No. 33 RoadLoans.com racing team took their 26th-starting position and turned it into a top-20 run in less than 15 laps of green-flag racing.
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    Labonte Plays Catch Up to Finish 23rd in Daytona
    The No. 77 Dollar General stores team unloaded in Daytona Beach, Fla. on Wednesday for the Winn-Dixie 250 event scheduled for Friday night.
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    Potential Top 10 Escapes Ambrose in Daytona
    Marcos Ambrose has finished 35th in the Winn Dixie 250 after a charge towards the top 10 was ended by a tyre problem in the late stages of the race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida today.
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    Busch Series Fines, Penalties Announced for Violations
    NASCAR announced that three teams in the NASCAR Busch Series have been fined and penalized due to rule violations this past weekend at New Hampshire International Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Daytona
    At the season’s halfway mark, the NASCAR Busch Series has provided its usual blend of excitement and surprise – and leaves the door open for more.
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    Earnhardt Jr. to Replace Huffman in Driver’s Seat at Daytona
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. will compete in Friday night’s Winn-Dixie 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Daytona International Speedway, driving the No. 88 Navy “Accelerate Your Life” Chevrolet for his personally-owned team, JR Motorsports.
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    This Week in Ford Busch Racing: Marcos Ambrose
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Kingsford Charcoal Ford Fusion, finds himself eighth in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings going into this weekend’s event at Daytona International Speedway. Ambrose recently spoke about restrictor-plate racing.
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    Checkers/Rally’s to Premier "Late Night" Car at Daytona
    Checkers®/Rally’s®, the Official Burger and Drive-Thru Restaurant of NASCAR®, has extended its hours to midnight or later at most restaurant locations nationwide.
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    Harvick Becomes the 21st Winner at New Hampshire
    AutoZone driver Kevin Harvick led 166 of 200 laps and held off Carl Edwards on the final lap en route to his first career win at New Hampshire International Speedway and his second win of the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season.
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    Stewart Records Fourth-Place Finish at ‘The Magic Mile’
    In only his second ever NASCAR Busch Series start at the New Hampshire International Speedway, Tony Stewart had a car that would keep him near the front of the 43-car field all day.
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    Top Six at New Hampshire Leaves Bowyer Wanting More
    Despite racing in the top five for a good part of the afternoon and ultimately finishing sixth, Clint Bowyer and the Camping World racing team left New Hampshire International Speedway on Saturday with an unquenched thirst for victory.
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    Biffle Earns Seventh-Place Finish in Loudon
    Greg Biffle scored another top-ten finish – his fifth of the year - in Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion: this time in the Camping World 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway Saturday night.
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    Huffman Finishes 23rd at New Hampshire
    The Navy Accelerate Your Life racing team recovered from a wreck in practice to finish 23rd in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Camping World 200 at New Hampshire International Speedway.
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    Broken Part Takes Strong Finish From Labonte
    The No. 77 Dollar General stores team unloaded in Loudon, New Hampshire on Thursday in preparation for the Camping World 200 Busch Series race.
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    Ambrose Salvages Points after Early Race Incident at Loudon
    Marcos Ambrose has salvaged some all important championship points and remains in the top 10 in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after an early race incident ruined the Australian’s chances in the Camping World 200 at New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon today.
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    McClure Has a Wild Ride in Route to 37th Place at NHIS
    Eric McClure and the Hefty® Race team had an eventful weekend at the Magic Mile in Loudon, New Hampshire.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - New Hampshire
    “The Magic Mile” was just that last year for Carl Edwards. Edwards won last year’s NASCAR Busch Series race at New Hampshire International Speedway’s 1.058-mile oval, the third of his four 2006 victories that propelled him to a final finish of second in the series standings.
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    Matt Kenseth to F.W. Webb Ford Fusion in New Hampshire
    Matt Kenseth will be sporting a new paint scheme this weekend in New Hampshire. Combining Roush's new relationship with Fenway Sports Group and being in the Boston area, the No. 17 Busch Series entry with Matt Kenseth will be the Roush Fenway/F.W. Webb Ford Fusion.
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    Eury Sr. Named Director of Competition at JR Motorsports
    Dale Earnhardt Jr. has turned to a familiar face and proven winner to help lead the competition efforts of his race team, announcing today that his uncle and longtime NASCAR crew chief, Tony Eury Sr., has been named Director of Competition at JR Motorsports.
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    CGRFS Swaps NASCAR Busch Series Crew Chiefs and Teams
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) announced Wednesday it is making crew changes to its No. 41 Wrigley’s and No. 42 Texaco/Havoline NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) teams.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Marcos Ambrose
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Kingsford Charcoal Ford Fusion, seeks to regain the lead in the Rookie-of-the-Year standings going into this weekend’s NASCAR Busch Series race at New Hampshire International Speedway.
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    Kluever Charity Ride Nets Nearly $20,000 for Diabetes
    Two months ago when Todd Kluever bought his new Harley-Davidson motorcycle he had the idea to host a charity motorcycle ride to raise money for diabetes.
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    Camping World and RVs.com to Sponsor Busch Race at NHIS
    Camping World and RVs.com have joined together to sponsor the NASCAR Busch Series race at New Hampshire International Speedway on Saturday, June 30.
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    Gibbs Feels the Heat After Driver Change in Busch Race
    After the garage area was buzzing with what some were calling one of the worst moves in racing by a team, JD Gibbs, president of Joe Gibbs Racing, hoped a discussion with the media would help clear the air.
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    Top-Five for Keller, No. 27 Brewco Ford in Milwaukee
    Jason Keller and Brewco Motorsports’ No. 27 Cottonelle Aloe & E Ford team gave their hometown sponsor guests plenty to cheer about Saturday with a fifth-place finish in the AT&T 250 at The Milwaukee Mile.
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    Huffman Scores Top 10 in Milwaukee
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Shane Huffman backed up last weekend’s top-five finish at Kentucky with a top-10 run at The Milwaukee Mile on Saturday in the NASCAR Busch Series AT&T 250.
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    Ambrose Rises to Seventh in Points after 15th in Milwaukee
    Marcos Ambrose has risen to seventh in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after a solid performance to finish 15th in the AT&T 250 at the Milwaukee Mile in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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    Handling Problems Cause Gale to Finish 23rd in Milwaukee
    After a strong showing last weekend at the Kentucky Speedway, Cale Gale and the No. 33 Camping World team arrived at The Milwaukee (Wis.) Mile with sights set on another strong run.
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    Bliss, Fitz Motorsports 25th in Milwaukee
    The Fitz Motorsports team had high hopes Saturday night when Mike Bliss in the #22 Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge had worked his way up to the top-ten in the early half of the race.
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    Bires Learns Tough Lesson at Milwaukee in Armor All Ford
    Riding a wave of momentum created by a pair of Top 15 finishes in his first two Busch Series starts, Kelly Bires got a tough lesson during last Saturday’s AT&T 250 at The Milwaukee Mile.
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    McClure and Hefty Team Finish 31st at Milwaukee
    The NASCAR Busch Series traveled to the Midwest this past weekend to compete at the Milwaukee Mile, the oldest racetrack on the NASCAR Busch Series circuit.
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    Hornaday Disappointed After Early Wreck at Milwaukee Mile
    Ron Hornaday made his first start in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the NASCAR Busch Series race at The Milwaukee (Wis.) Mile, reuniting with his old Kevin Harvick Inc. Truck Series crew chief Wally Rogers.
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    Todd Bodine to Fill in for Dave Blaney at the Milwaukee Mile
    Braun Racing is pleased to announce reigning NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Champion, Todd Bodine, will be filling in for Dave Blaney this weekend at The Milwaukee Mile.
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    Carl Haas Announces Lilly & Walgreens as NBS Sponsors
    Carl A. Haas Motorsports LLC announced today that Eli Lilly and Company and Walgreens will be co-primary sponsors of the team’s NASCAR Busch Series program for rookie Kyle Krisiloff for the remainder of the 2007 season.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Milwaukee Mile
    Scott Wimmer (No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet) has been oh-so-close to his first win of the season over his last three races. He’s posted finishes of third, fourth and third, respectively, over that span and led 41 laps at Nashville Superspeedway two weeks ago.
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    Wimmer to Throw Out First Pitch at Milwaukee Brewers Game
    Wisconsin native and Richard Childress Racing driver Scott Wimmer will throw out the first pitch at Miller Park when the Milwaukee Brewers take on the Kansas City Royals on Friday, June 22.
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    Brian Vickers to Pilot Third Braun Racing Entry
    Braun Racing is pleased to announce Brian Vickers will pilot the No. 32 Braun Racing Toyota Camry in two NASCAR Busch Series races this season at Daytona International Speedway and Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Seymour Paint Joins Forces with Dave Blaney at Daytona
    SEYMOUR of SYCAMORE®, inventor of aerosol spray paint, will rejoin the Braun Racing team on the No. 10 Seymour Paint Toyota Camry driven by Dave Blaney in the July 6th Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    T-Mac to Run Busch/ARCA/NASCAR East Races with RCR
    Richard Childress Racing (RCR) development driver Timmy McCreadie, the 2006 360 OTC World of Outlaws Late Model Series champion, has been tapped to make starts in the NASCAR Busch Series (NBS), ARCA Series, and NASCAR Grand National Division, East Series (NGNDES) during the rest of the 2007 season.
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    What Would NASCAR Fans do for a Klondike Bar?
    After being named by Unilever, USA as one of the nine official sponsors of the 2007 Ultimate Chargers NASCAR Busch Series program, Klondike has wasted no time in gaining the attention of NASCAR fans.
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    Coleman Takes Second at Kentucky
    In just his seventh NASCAR Busch Series race of the season, 19 year-old Brad Coleman drove his way to a second place finish, narrowly missing his opportunity for a repeat performance of the "Brad Coleman Bow" he created after winning the ARCA race at Kentucky Speedway last year.
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    Huffman Finishes 5th at Kentucky
    In his first trip to Kentucky Speedway, Shane Huffman drove the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet to his first top-five finish of the 2007 season in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Meijer 300.
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    Kelly Bires Scores First Top 10 in Clorox Ford
    It’s not supposed to be this easy. But Kelly Bires’ first two races in the NASCAR Busch Series have been nothing short of amazing.
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    Another Top-Ten Finish for Mike Bliss, Fitz Motorsports
    Fitz Motorsports driver Mike Bliss grabbed another top-10 finish for the No. 22 Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge on Saturday night at the Kentucky Speedway before a sellout crowd of nearly 71,000 loud fans.
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    Kentucky Brings Another Top-10 for Biffle, Brewco Ford
    Greg Biffle scored another top-ten finish – his fourth of the year – in Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion: this time in the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway Saturday night
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    Ambrose Jumps to Eighth in Points after 11th in Kentucky
    Marcos Ambrose has jumped back into the top 10 in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after a strong day earned him 11th place in the Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky today.
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    Career Day for Gale in Kentucky
    NASCAR Busch Series rookie driver Cale Gale showed the 80,000 plus race fans at the Kentucky Speedway that his self-confidence off the track matched his patience on the track.
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    Bryan Clauson Celebrates 18th Birthday at Kentucky Speedway
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) development driver Bryan Clauson turned 18 Friday. The special date not only makes it legal for the teenager to vote in the United States, but it also means Clauson is officially eligible to compete in NASCAR which he is scheduled to do this upcoming September.
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    Kluever to Throw Out First Pitch for the Madison Mallards
    It's not quite Fenway Park, but the Duck Pond at Warner Park in Madison, Wisc., is where Todd Kluever will be throwing out the first pitch when he returns home next week.
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    Smith to Compete in Kentucky Busch Race
    After a re-evaluation, Ginn Racing driver Regan Smith will compete in this weekend's NASCAR Busch Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Kentucky
    The only sure thing when the NASCAR Busch Series comes to Kentucky Speedway is that you’ll be unsure about predicting a winner – or a Busch Pole winner for that matter.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Kelly Bires
    Kelly Bires makes his second appearance in the NASCAR Busch Series this weekend in the No. 47 Clorox/ American Red Cross Fusion. Bires talks about his experience in both the Craftsman Truck Series and the Busch Series for this weekend’s Meijer 300 at Kentucky Speedway.
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    "Early" Results Show Montreal Test a Success
    Under a brilliant blue Montreal sky, Terry Labonte – whose grandparents migrated to the United States from the Quebec area – turned the first laps in a NASCAR stock car Tuesday at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road course in preparation for the NASCAR Busch Series’ foray into Canada on Aug. 4.
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    Texas Terry Makes History in Montreal with RCR
    History was made today when Terry Labonte tested with members of Richard Childress Racing’s (RCR) NASCAR Busch Series teams at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in preparation for the inaugural Canadian Busch Series race scheduled for Aug. 4 at the Montreal road course.
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    Win Kasey Kahne’s Lucky Hood on eBay!
    Kasey Kahne, primary driver for the Ultimate Chargers, will be auctioning off the replica of his No. 9 Country Crock Dodge hood that he signed with fans at Charlotte’s Speed Street events over Memorial Day weekend.
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    Despite Fifth-Place Comeback, Smith has Mixed Feelings
    A top-five finish would ordinarily make a team content in the NASCAR Busch Series. But that wasn't the case for Regan Smith and the No. 4 Ginn Racing team following an impressive come-from-behind fifth-place result in Saturday's Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Kelly Bires Impressive in Debut at Nashville
    It would have been easy, if not understandable, if Kelly Bires had been apprehensive during Saturday night’s Federated Auto Parts 300 at the Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Bliss, Fitz Motorsports Finish 16th in Nashville
    It was not the finishing spot Mike Bliss was counting on for the Fitz Motorsports No. 22 Family Dollar/Supercuts Dodge team in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Federated Auto Parts 300 at the Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Huffman Finishes 19th at Nashville
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet, Shane Huffman finished 19th at Nashville Superspeedway on Saturday in the NASCAR Busch Series Federate Auto Parts 300 after the team had problems on pit road.
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    Peters, Team AutoZone Score Top-20 Finish at Nashville
    Timothy Peters and Team AutoZone demonstrated teamwork and patience as the team fought an ill-handling race car most of the day to earn a 20th-place finish in the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Flat Tire Causes 26th-Place Finish for Gale in Nashville
    Mobile, Alabama native Cale Gale and the No. 33 Camping World Chevrolet battled through misfortune, survived a wreck and a flat tire to finish 26th at Nashville (Tenn.) Superspeedway.
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    Promising Weekend Halted for Biffle in Nashville
    Greg Biffle juggled a cross-country schedule to compete in the Federated Auto Parts 300 in Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion Saturday evening.
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    Disappointment for Kertus Davis at Nashville
    Kertus Davis climbed behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for a three-week run of races starting at Nashville (Tenn.) Superspeedway.
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    Engine Failure Leaves McClure With 35th Place Finish
    Eric McClure, driver of the Hefty® brand Chevrolet, headed to Music City for the second time this season to compete against 42 other drivers for the coveted Gibson Guitar trophy.
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    Ambrose Qualifies Fifth But Engine Fire Ends Day in Nashville
    Marcos Ambrose has had another strong NASCAR Busch Series result slip through his fingers after qualifying fifth but retiring with an engine fire in the Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway in Tennessee today.
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    Cars to Run Bill France Tribute Decal
    Cars in all NASCAR touring divisions will have special decals this weekend in memory of Bill France. The decal will placed on the C-post.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Nashville Superspeedway Part 2
    Is he going for a two-fer? A sweep? A three-peat? What about four on the floor? Whatever the term, Carl Edwards (No. 60 Dish Network Ford) aims to continue his hot streak – in the season and at Nashville Superspeedway, site of Saturday night’s Federated Auto Parts 300.
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    Success Alters Smith's Ginn Racing Schedule
    Regan Smith, who ranks sixth in driver points after the first 14 Busch Series races, will compete in either a Cup, Busch, Truck or ARCA race during the remaining 23 Nextel Cup weekends.
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    Miller to Drive No. 9 Lipton Dodge at Nashville
    Evernham Motorsports announced today that Chase Miller will be behind the wheel of the No. 9 Lipton Dodge this weekend at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Kelly Bires Ready to Help No. 47 Clorox Team
    Kelly Bires accepted the challenge to make his debut in the NASCAR Busch Series this Saturday for personal and professional reasons.
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    Lamar to Sub for Double-Duty Biffle at Nashville, Kentucky
    While Brewco’s No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion driver Greg Biffle juggles a cross-country racing schedule the next two weekends, former NASCAR Busch Series driver Burney Lamar will fill in for Brewco Motorsports in Busch Series competition as needed at Nashville Superspeedway and Kentucky Speedway.
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    Roush Fenway Signs Colin Braun to Driver Development Deal
    Roush Fenway Racing announced today that they have signed 18-year old Colin Braun (pronounced brown) to their driver development program.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Ambrose and East
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Kingsford Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series talks about heading to Nashville for this weekend’s race. While Bobby East will pilot the No. 27 Federated Car Care Ford Fusion for the first time this weekend in Nashville with Brewco Motorsports. East talks about getting ready for this weekend’s race and working with his Brewco team.
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    Racing Memorabilia Part of Kluever's Charity Auction
    Race fans in the Madison, Wisc., area will have the opportunity to bid on some one-of-a-kind racing memorabilia at the first annual "Todd Kluever Ride To Cure Diabetes."
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    Funeral for France Scheduled for Thursday in Daytona Beach
    The funeral service for Bill France, the visionary leader of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) and International Speedway Corporation (ISC) for more than three decades, has been scheduled for Thursday, June 7, at the Mary McLeod Bethune Performing Arts Center, at Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach.
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    Robbie Wethington Fined for Violations at Dover
    NASCAR announced today that Robbie Wethington, crew chief of the No. 72 Dodge driven by D.J. Kennington in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations this past weekend at Dover International Speedway.
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    Bill France Passes Away at Age of 74
    NASCAR Vice Chairman William C. France, whose leadership helped turn a family-owned company into a national phenomenon, died today at his home in Daytona Beach, Fla. at the age of 74.
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  • William C. France: Fifty NASCAR Milestones

    The NASCAR Community Reacts to the Passing of Bill France
    The following are statements made by members of the NASCAR community and the president of the United States of America regarding the passing of Bill France.
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    William Clifton France (April 4, 1933 – June 4, 2007)
    William (“Bill”) Clifton France is remembered – and revered – as the man who followed his visionary father at the helm of NASCAR and International Speedway Corporation (“ISC”), in the process becoming a visionary himself, as he guided NASCAR to unprecedented levels of popularity, and grew ISC into a leading position in the motorsports industry.
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    Bill Jr. Tribute Video
    The following is a video and slideshow tribute to NASCAR Vice Chairman William "Bill" C. France.
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    ISC Mourns the Passing of Chairman Bill France
    International Speedway Corporation announced today that William (“Bill”) C. France, 74, ISC's Chairman, passed away this afternoon in Daytona Beach, Florida. Effective immediately, ISC Chief Executive Officer James (“Jim”) C. France will assume the role of Chairman.
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    Bires in for Wood at Nashville
    While Jon Wood recovers, team development driver Kelly Bires will be behind the wheel of the No. 47 Clorox/American Red Cross Ford. Bires has been driving the team's Craftsman Truck Series Entry.

    Career-Best for Ambrose with Sensational Sixth at Dover
    Australian Marcos Ambrose has earned his best ever NASCAR Busch Series finish with a sensational sixth place in the Dover 200 at Dover International Speedway in Delaware today.
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    The Tasmanian Devil Comes out in Harvick at Dover
    Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI), team co-owner Kevin Harvick climbed behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the third time this season.
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    Raines Records First Top-10 of the Season at Monster Mile
    Tony Raines made big strides after a tough start to the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season. Raines’ season best finish to date came at the Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway where he took the checkered flag in the 23rd position.
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    Another Top-Ten Finish for Bliss in No. 22 Dodge
    The hot, muggy weather at the Dover International Speedway seemed more like Daytona in July and the multitude of wrecks on the concrete track duplicated a day at Bristol, but the Fitz Motorsports No. 22 Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge team beat the heat and skirted through the crashes on their way to another top-10 finish in 2007.
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    Promising Weekend Halted for McMurray, No. 37 Ford in Dover
    A fast practice session and solid qualifying effort had Jamie McMurray and the No. 37 Brewco Motorsports crew excited about the Dover 200 NASCAR Busch Series race.
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    McClure Salvages a 28th Place Finish at the Monster Mile
    The NASCAR Busch Series headed to the “Monster Mile” in Dover, Delaware north to its only companion event with the Nextel Cup circuit in the month of June.
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    Jon Wood Gets a Little Help from His Friends at Dover
    Jon Wood’s headaches had nothing to do with the way his No. 47 Clorox Ford Fusion performed during Friday’s practice session at the Dover International Speedway. But they were bad enough to keep him from racing in Saturday’s Dover 200.
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    Punctured Tire Shortens Huffman's Day at Dover
    A punctured tire on Lap 37 ended Shane Huffman’s day at Dover International Speedway in the NASCAR Busch Series Dover 200.
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    Travis Kvapil to Sub for Jon Wood in Dover Busch Race
    Wood Brothers/JTG Racing team officials confirmed that Travis Kvapil will substitute the driving duties for Jon Wood in the No. 47 Clorox Ford Fusion for the NASCAR Busch Series Dover 200 on Saturday, June 2nd.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Dover
    Jeff Burton (No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet) had a good start to his 2006 season in both NASCAR Busch Series and NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series competition, but after winning last year’s Dover 200, both of his series seasons seemed to click.
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    Chuck Meyers Fined for Violations at Lowe's Motor Speedway
    NASCAR announced today that Chuck Meyers, crew chief of the No. 1 Chevrolet driven by J.J. Yeley in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations this past weekend at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Smith's Success is Scoring Points with Martin, Ginn Racing
    The 2007 NASCAR season is turning out to be Regan Smith's coming out party. The 23-year-old native of Cato, N.Y. is making a strong statement with his success in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Stephen Leicht
    Stephen Leicht, driver of the No. 90 Citifinancial Ford Fusion, is coming off a 10th-place finish in last weekend’s NASCAR Busch Series race at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Leicht, who is 16th in the point standings, spoke about Saturday’s scheduled race at Dover International Speedway.
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    Smith Turns in Top-5 Finish in Charlotte Busch Race
    Regan Smith crossed the finish line fifth in Saturday night's Busch Series event at Lowe's Motor Speedway, scoring his second top-five and fourth top-10 finish of the season.
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    Wood Back on Track at Lowe's
    Things did not start well for Jon Wood and the No. 47 Armor All Ford at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. But it finished well.
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    Harvick Battles Back to Score a 12th-Place Finish at LMS
    Kevin Harvick piloted the No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet to an impressive 12th-place finish in Saturday's CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 at Lowe’s (Charlotte, N.C.) Motor Speedway.
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    McMurray Takes No. 37 Ford to 18th Place Finish in Charlotte
    Jamie McMurray fought a loose racecar and changing track conditions for much of the evening, but was able to pilot the No. 37 Troy-Bilt Ford Fusion to a solid 18th place finish in the Carquest Auto Parts 300 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway on Saturday.
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    Ambrose Finishes as the Leading Rookie in Charlotte
    Australian Marcos Ambrose battled hard in the Carquest Auto Parts 300 to finish as the leading NASCAR Busch Series Rookie driver in 20th position at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina tonight.
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    Labonte Battles a Tight Handling Car ‘till the End at Lowe’s
    Bobby Labonte was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet at Lowe’s (N.C.) Motor Speedway for the NASCAR Busch Series race. After qualifying on the 17th row, Labonte battled a tight-handling race car throughout the entire event.
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    Huffman Finishes 24th at Lowe's
    Shane Huffman finished 24th in the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet in Saturday night’s NASCAR Busch Series CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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    Race Fumes Unveils Product at Lowe’s with Fitz Motorsports
    Officials from Race Fumes announced today the unveiling of their new exciting product, the real scent of race fumes dedicated to the millions of race fans nationwide.
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    Kahne and Fans Sign Hood to Help Feed Hungry Families
    As part of this weekend’s Speed Street events in Charlotte, fans will have the chance to sign a replica of the No. 9 Country Crock Dodge hood at the Unilever display May 24-26 to help feed hungry families.
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    Fort Bragg Visit Inspires Regan Smith for Memorial Day Race
    Regan Smith’s Memorial Day race weekend started a little early, as the U.S. Army NASCAR driver made a one-day trip Wednesday to visit troops at Fort Bragg and tour the military base, located in south-central North Carolina.
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    Fitz Motorsports and Family Dollar: A Perfect Match
    Fitz Motorsports, a well-established, successful NASCAR racing team, and Family Dollar struck a deal in 2005 to partner up on the race track as another marketing tool in the public forum.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Lowe’s Motor Speedway
    The NASCAR Busch Series not only is a proving ground for young drivers aspiring to make the jump to the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series, but it is fast becoming an opportunity for drivers in open-wheel racing to prove themselves in a stock car.
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    JR Motorsports Gears Up for Speed Week Festivities
    Charlotte Speed Week festivities won’t be confined to just the race track, as JR Motorsports is ramping up a full slate of events and attractions at its Mooresville, N.C., race shop for tourists and fans in town for the CARQUEST Auto Parts 300 and the Coca-Cola 600.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: David Ragan
    David Ragan, driver of the No. 6 AAA Ford Fusion in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series and the No. 6 Discount Tire Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series, will be pulling double duty this weekend at Lowe’s Motor Speedway. He recently spoke about the challenges of competing in both series.
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    JR Motorsports Announces New VP of Licensing
    Joe Mattes has been named Vice President of Licensing at JR Motorsports, and will oversee the managing and marketing of personally licensed products for Dale Earnhardt Jr., Vice President and General Manager Kelley Earnhardt Elledge announced today.
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    Kluever to Pilot Dish Network Ford at Lowe's
    Todd Kluever will have a different paint scheme this weekend, and a different number. Kluever will attempt his first start in the No. 26 Dish Network Ford Fusion this weekend at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
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    Terry Labonte to Drive at Busch Series Montreal Test
    In preparation for its second international event of the season – and its inaugural race in Canada – the NASCAR Busch Series will conduct a test on Tuesday, June 12 at the famed Circuit Gilles Villeneuve road course in Montreal, Quebec, site of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 presented by Dodge on August 4.
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    Busch Series Wraps Up 2007 Tests at Lowe's Motor Speedway
    The drivers and teams of the NASCAR Busch Series will be well-represented during Saturday’s NASCAR NEXTEL All-Star Challenge at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.
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  • Busch Series LMS Testing - Day 2 Afternoon Session
  • Busch Series LMS Testing - Day 2 Evening Session

    Final Exam: 2007 Busch Series Tests Conclude at LMS
    Although out of the racing spotlight since last September, former NASCAR Busch Series champion David Green (No. 91 Riley - D’Hondt Motorsports Toyota) kept himself busy.
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  • Busch Series LMS Testing - Day 1 Afternoon Session
  • Busch Series LMS Testing - Day 1 Evening Session

    Busch Series Testing at Lowe's Motor Speedway Starts Monday
    The last of four scheduled tests in 2007 for NASCAR Busch Series teams will be held over two days – Monday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 15 – at the 1.5-mile Lowe’s Motor Speedway. Wednesday, May 16 is set aside as a rain date.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Darlington
    It’s taken 25 years, 47 wins, 30 poles and over 220 starts but Mark Martin (No. 5 Hendrick Autoguard/ Hendrickcars.com Chevrolet) and owner Rick Hendrick (24 years, 22 wins, 35 poles) have finally teamed up in NASCAR Busch Series competition.
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    Mark Martin Returns to Busch Series
    Some say that good things come in threes. Mark Martin will try to prove that right when he starts the first of three NASCAR Busch Series races for Hendrick Motorsports this weekend.
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    Todd Kluever Charity Ride to Raise Money for Diabetes
    Todd Kluever began his racing career riding motorcycles on dirt-oval tracks in and around Wisconsin. Now he is using his love for motorcycles to raise money to fight diabetes.
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    This Week in Ford Racing: Bobby Hamilton Jr.
    Bobby Hamilton Jr., driver of the No. 35 McDonald’s Ford Fusion, is currently seventh in the NASCAR Busch Series standings and is the top driver among those not running the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series circuit. Hamilton Jr., who reunited with Rensi Motorsports for the 2007 season, spoke about his team’s progress and going to Darlington this weekend.
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    Huffman Finishes 18th at Richmond
    Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet, finished 18th in Friday’s NASCAR Busch Series Circuit City 250 after battling handling woes throughout the race.
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    McMurray Takes No. 37 Ford to 19th Place Finish in Richmond
    Jamie McMurray fought grip issues, but was able to pilot Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion to a solid 19th place finish in the Circuit City 250 at Richmond International Raceway Friday night.
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    Jon Wood and Team Take Positive Step in Richmond
    Jon Wood finished 21st in Friday night’s Circuit City 250 at the Richmond International Raceway.
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    Ambrose Continues Short Track Apprenticeship in Richmond
    Marcos Ambrose continued his short track apprenticeship in the NASCAR Busch Series during the Circuit City 250 presented by FUNAI at the Richmond International Raceway by finishing 26th today.
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    Coleman Among Top Non-Cup Drivers at Richmond
    In his first NASCAR Busch Series short-track race, Joe Gibbs Racing rookie Brad Coleman drove the No. 18 Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet to a 27 th place finish in the Circuit City 250 at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Hamlin Starts Strong at Richmond
    Friday night’s Circuit City 250 NASCAR Busch Series race at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway was a bittersweet homecoming for Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 20 Z-Line Designs/Circuit City Chevrolet for Joe Gibbs Racing.
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    McClure and Hefty Team Fail to Qualify for Circuit City 250
    Coming off a career-high finish at Talladega Superspeedway, Eric McClure was looking forward to another solid finish and good points day for his Hefty® Race team during tonight’s NASCAR Busch Series event at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Richmond
    After watching his Kevin Harvick Inc. team finish 1-2 last Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway – and capturing a sixth-place finish himself – it could be tough for Kevin Harvick (No. 77 Dollar General Chevrolet) to top those experiences.
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    Paul Wolfe Fined for Violations at Talladega
    NASCAR announced today that Paul Wolfe, crew chief of the No. 22 Dodge driven by Mike Bliss in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined due to rule violations this past weekend at Talladega Superspeedway.
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    Dickies Announces Partnership with Richard Childress Racing
    Dickies®, the leading global workwear brand, and Richard Childress Racing (RCR), a legend in NASCAR, are teaming-up for the first time on the 2007 Dickies Race for the Riches Sweepstakes.
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    It's a Baby Girl for Andrea and Ryan Pemberton
    Andrea Pemberton, wife of Ginn Racing crew chief Ryan Pemberton, gave birth Tuesday (May 1) to daughter Britton Ladera at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center in Mooresville, N.C. Britton weighed in at 7 pounds, 14 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. Britton joins 3-year-old sister Payton Lucia in the Pemberton household.

    NASCAR Teleconference: Denny Hamlin
    Thanks to everyone for joining us today for the weekly NASCAR teleconference in advance of this weekend's events at Richmond International Raceway. Today's guest is driver of No. 11 FedEx Express Chevrolet, Denny Hamlin.
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    This Week in Ford Racing: Jamie McMurray and Matt Kenseth
    The first of three consecutive Saturday night races for NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series drivers will be taking place this weekend at Richmond International Raceway as Crown Royal presents the Jim Stewart 400. Ford drivers Jamie McMurray and Matt Kenseth gave their thoughts about how this weekend’s race will be different from past events.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Carl Edwards, Marcos Ambrose
    The NASCAR Busch Series will be racing under the lights at RIR in Friday night’s Circuit City 250 presented by FUNAI. Carl Edwards still holds a commanding 433-point lead in the series standings while Marcos Ambrose is ninth. Both drivers gave their thoughts about Richmond.
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    Seymour Paint to Debut with No. 32 Toyota and Bill Elliott
    SEYMOUR of SYCAMORE®, inventor of aerosol spray paint and producer of Seymour Paint, has partnered with Braun Racing to field a car in the NASCAR Busch Series with Bill Elliott as the driver.
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    McClure to Wear Tribute Virginia Tech Helmet at Richmond
    Eric McClure, driver of the No. 0 Hefty® Chevrolet, will once again pay tribute to the Virginia Tech (VT) community this weekend in the running of the Circuit City 250 presented by Funai at Richmond International Raceway.
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    Adrian and Catalina Fernandez Welcome First Child
    Adrian Fernandez and wife Catalina welcomed their first child - a daughter, Valentina - yesterday (Sunday, April 29). Baby Valentina arrived at 2:17 pm PT at a hospital near the couple's home in Scottsdale, Ariz., and weighed just under seven pounds. Both mother and daughter are doing very well.

    Bobby Labonte Visits Victory Lane in Talladega
    Dollar General and Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) visited victory lane at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway Saturday afternoon following the NASCAR Busch Series race.
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    Stewart Fights Back to Finish Second in Talladega
    Following a few weeks of tough breaks, the No. 33 Old Spice team hoped the restrictor plate racing of Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway would provide an opportunity to run up front, and put their quest for an owner’s point championship back on track.
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    Harvick and Team AutoZone Power to Fourth Top 10 Finish
    Kevin Harvick and Team AutoZone made it through a wild race Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway to post a sixth-place finish in the Aaron’s 312.
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    Brad Coleman Earns First NBS Top 10 at Talladega
    In what proved to be a NASCAR Busch Series-record 36 lead changes by 20 different drivers, teenage driving phenom Brad Coleman led the most laps in route to his first NBS Top 10 finish.
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    Mike Bliss 14th in Talladega
    Super tracks like Talladega Superspeedway ominously loom large on the NASCAR Busch Series schedule giving some crews and drivers headaches long before they set foot in the state of Alabama.
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    Huffman Brings Home 15th-Place from Talladega
    Shane Huffman brought the JR Motorsports’ No. 88 Navy Chevrolet home to a 15th-place finish in Saturday’s Aaron’s 312 NASCAR Busch Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.
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    McClure Finishes 18th at Talladega; His Best Career Finish
    The NASCAR Busch went restrictor plate racing this past weekend for the second time this year on the 2.66 mile racing surface of Talladega Superspeedway.
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    Wreck Robs Ambrose of Top Finish at Talladega
    Marcos Ambrose has driven an outstanding race only to lose any chance of a top 10 finish in a multi-car accident in the final laps of the Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama today.
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    Jon Wood’s Bad Luck Continues in No. 47 Ford at Talladega
    There are several ways Jon Wood could have handled the disappointment of another crash last Saturday at the Talladega Superspeedway. But instead of getting mad, he laughed.
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    Promising Talladega Run Ends Early for McMurray
    A good qualifying effort and solid early-race run were promising signs for the No. 37 Yard-Man Ford team and Jamie McMurray in Talladega this weekend.
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    Huffman to Honor 'Kojak' at Talladega
    As a silent tribute to Lt. Cmdr. Kevin “Kojak” Davis, Shane Huffman has removed his name from above the door of the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet and replaced it with a special Blue Angels decal for Saturday’s NASCAR Busch race at Talladega Superspeedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Talladega
    Dale Earnhardt Inc. employees head to Alabama this week with a smile on their faces because in the past four Aaron’s 312 races at Talladega Superspeedway, no one but DEI drivers have tasted victory.
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    Montoya Fined, Placed on Probation for Inappropriate Gesture
    NASCAR announced today that Juan Pablo Montoya, driver of the No. 42 Dodge in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been fined $10,000 and placed on probation until Dec. 31 because of an inappropriate gesture made during a practice session this past Thursday at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    O'Quinn to Drive a Roush Fenway Busch Entry in Talladega
    Danny O'Quinn, Jr. will make his first start in a Roush Fenway Busch Series race this Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway.
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    Biffle Gives No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Second Top-10 of 2007
    Greg Biffle scored a top-ten finish in Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion for the second time in 2007 with his sixth-place effort at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Smith Strong in Phoenix Busch Race, Posts Eighth-Place Finish
    Regan Smith started Friday night's NASCAR Busch Series event from the fifth position and never fell out of the top 10 on his way to posting an eighth-place result at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    Harvick Earns Second Top-10 of the Season for No. 77 Team
    For the first time in his NASCAR Busch Series career, Kevin Harvick raced in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet. Harvick made his 10th start at Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway after qualifying the Dollar General stores Chevrolet in the 18th row on the starting grid.
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    Peters, No. 21 AutoZone Chevy Rally for Top 15 at Phoenix
    Timothy Peters battled from one lap down to secure a 13th-place finish Friday night in the Bashas’ Supermarket 200 at Phoenix International Raceway, tying his NASCAR Busch Series career-best finish.
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    Mike Bliss Posts a Top-15 Finish in the #22 Supercuts Dodge
    The green flag fell on a cloudy day in Phoenix with Mike Bliss starting the #22 Supercuts Dodge in 31st position.
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    Ambrose Finishes 22nd in Hectic Phoenix Race
    Marcos Ambrose has finished 22nd in a hectic Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 at Phoenix International Raceway in Arizona on Friday night.
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    Wood Still Confident After a Rough Phoenix
    The dust storm that blew across the Phoenix International Raceway Friday night during the Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 was symbolic of Jon Wood’s racing luck in the past month.
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    McClure and the Hefty Racing Team Finishes 30th in Phoenix
    The NASCAR Busch Series returned to the west coast this past weekend to compete under the lights at Phoenix International Raceway where Hefty® Racing driver Eric McClure finished in the 30th position.
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    Raines Recovers from Lap One Wreck to Finish 31st
    Taking the green flag on Friday night in the Bashas' Supermarkets 200, Tony Raines and the entire RoadLoans.com racing team looked ahead to 200 laps of racing and a chance to move a very fast No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet to the front of the 43-car field.
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    Wreck Ends Huffman's Weekend at Phoenix
    Shane Huffman’s night at Phoenix came to an end just one lap into the NASCAR Busch Series Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 on Friday at Phoenix International Raceway.
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    McClure to Pay Tribute to Virginia Tech Community at Phoenix
    Eric McClure, driver of the No. 0 Hefty® Brand Chevrolet, will pay tribute to the Virginia Tech (VT) community this weekend in the running of the Bashas’ Supermarkets 200 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Phoenix
    If the weather is warm in Phoenix then David Ragan (No. 6 Discount Tire Ford) must be red hot coming into Phoenix International Raceway 10th in the NASCAR Busch Series standings.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Ben Leslie
    Eight races into the NASCAR Busch Series season, Ford drivers have compiled four victories with Carl Edwards leading the driver point standings by a margin of 403 points. Ben Leslie, Ford Racing’s NASCAR Field Manger, shared his thoughts on the early-season success of Ford drivers in the Busch Series.
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    iLevel by Weyerhaeuser to Sponsor Kenseth in 2007
    Roush Fenway Racing announced today that iLevel by Weyerhaeuser will return in 2007 as a primary sponsor in the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Wood Brothers/JTG Crew Chiefs Fined for Texas Violations
    NASCAR announced today that Greg Conner, crew chief of the No. 59 Ford driven by Marcos Ambrose and Scott Zipadelli, crew chief of the No. 47 Ford driven by Jon Wood in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been penalized due to rule violations at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    ESPN Phoenix Announcer Booth to Reunite Three Old Friends
    If the three people in the booth for ESPN2’s live coverage of Friday night’s NASCAR Busch Series race from Phoenix International Raceway sound as if they are very familiar with each other, there’s a good reason: they are.
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    Busch Series Race in Montreal Named NAPA Auto Parts 200
    Stock-Car Montréal s.e.c. announced today that the - NAPA Auto Parts 200 - will be the official name of the inaugural NASCAR Busch Series race on August 4 at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve.
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    Matt Kenseth Wins Again for America!
    Racing phenomenon Matt Kenseth has done it again taking the checkered flag at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 13th during the O’Reilly 300 and winning Arby’s curly fries for all of America for the second time.
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    Harvick Battles Back To Finish 11th in the O’Reilly’s 300
    Kevin Harvick, driver of the No. 33 RoadLoans.com Chevrolet for Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI), finished 11th in Saturday's O’Reilly’s 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Coleman Scores Another Top 20 Finish
    Joe Gibbs Racing 19-year-old standout rookie Brad Coleman capped off his big welcome home week at Texas Motor Speedway by driving the No. 18 Carino's Italian Grill Chevrolet to a 16th place finish in yesterday's O'Reilly 300 in front of more than 200 friends and family.
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    McMurray Takes No. 37 Ford to 17th Place Finish in Texas
    Jamie McMurray fought a loose racecar and changing track conditions for much of the afternoon, but was able to pilot the No. 37 Yard-Man Ford Fusion to a solid 17th place finish in the O’Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday.
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    Texas Held‘Em - Stremme Finishes 19th in O’Reilly 300
    David Stremme suffered some hard luck in the O’Reilly 300 at the Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, when the #22 Supercuts Dodge had to make a pit stop during a green flag run and was held back to finish 19th.
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    Scoring Hiccup for Labonte Results in 22nd-Place Finish
    Returning to his home state of Texas, Bobby Labonte was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Another Stepping Stone for McClure with a 29th Place Finish
    The NASCAR Busch Series traveled to the “Lone Star” state this past weekend to compete on the 1.5 mile Texas Motor Speedway where Eric McClure and the Hefty® Racing Team experienced another momentum-building day; its fourth in five events.
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    Ambrose Eighth in Points After Day Ends in Crash at Texas
    Marcos Ambrose sits eighth in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after a tough day in the O’Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas on Saturday.
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    Crash Foils Bright Day for Wood in Texas
    Jon Wood keyed his radio during the early stages of Saturday’s O’Reilly 300 and told his Wood Brothers/JTG Racing team his No. 47 Clorox Ford was the best race car he’s had all year.
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    Huffman's Run at Texas Ended By Wreck
    Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Chevrolet, was denied a shot at getting his first top-10 finish at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday when he was collected in a wreck on Lap 67 of the NASCAR Busch Series O’Reilly 300.
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    Harvick to Compete in Grand National Race at Iowa Speedway
    This year’s Daytona 500 champion is returning to his roots. Kevin Harvick plans to compete in NASCAR’s inaugural event at Iowa Speedway when the Grand National Series races there May 20.
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    Mark Martin to Compete in Final Busch Series Race with Roush
    For the final time in 2007, Mark Martin will compete for Roush Fenway Racing in the Busch Series this Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Earnhardt Jr.’s Retail Store, JR Nation, Opens to Public
    The first-ever retail store exclusive to Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his JR Motorsports brand officially opened its doors Tuesday afternoon as part of a company-wide grand opening at his team’s new 66,000-square foot facility.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Texas
    If everything is indeed bigger in Texas, then Brad Coleman (No. 18 Carino’s Chevrolet) faces one of the biggest weeks of his young career.
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    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Marcos Ambrose
    Marcos Ambrose, driver of the No. 59 Fusion, advanced one spot to sixth in the driver point standings – just three points out of the top five – following his 17th-place finish last weekend at Nashville.
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    Governor Rick Perry Proclaims Brad Coleman Day in Texas
    Texas Governor Rick Perry stood outside the State Capitol building Tuesday alongside 19-year-old Joe Gibbs Racing driver Brad Coleman and proclaimed the day in his honor.
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    Jarrett to Make Debut as ESPN NASCAR Analyst at Texas
    Dale Jarrett will begin the transition to what may be the next phase of his career this weekend when he joins ESPN2 as booth analyst for live coverage of Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.
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    Edwards Claims Win No. 350 for Roush Fenway Racing
    Carl Edwards drove the No. 60 Dish Network Ford Fusion home to his second Busch Series win of the 2007 season in Nashville, Tenn., over the weekend and at the same time, hit a milestone for Roush Fenway Racing. Edwards' second consecutive win gave Roush Fenway their 350th overall win.
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    Smith Posts Career-Best Finish in Nashville Busch Race
    Regan Smith tenaciously fought back from an early problem to post a fifth-place finish in Saturday's NASCAR Busch Series race at Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Huffman Scores Top 10 in First Trip to Nashville
    Shane Huffman and the JR Motorsports No. 88 Navy Chevrolet team brought home a sixth-place finish in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Pepsi 300 at Nashville Superspeedway. The event was his first race at the 1.333-mile facility.
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    Wood Gets Back on Track in Nashville
    The strategy was simple for Jon Wood and the No. 47 Armor All Ford in last Saturday’s Pepsi 300 at the Nashville Superspeedway. The team needed to finish the race and make a move in the NASCAR Busch Series point standings.
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    Ambrose Qualifies Second and Finishes 17th in Nashville
    Marcos Ambrose has finished 17th after earning his best-ever Busch Series qualifying result in the Pepsi 300 at the Nashville Superspeedway in Lebanon, Tennessee today.
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    McClure Brings Ill-Handling Race Car to 26th Place Finish
    After enjoying their first weekend off following six grueling weeks of competition, the NASCAR Busch Series teams headed to Music City to compete for the Gibson Guitar on the 1.33 mile Nashville Superspeedway.
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    Contact Halts Strong Qualifying Effort, Race Run for Sauter
    After a fourth-place qualifying effort, hopes were high for driver Johnny Sauter and the No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion to have a strong run in the Pepsi 300 at Nashville Superspeedway on Saturday.
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    Day Ends Early for Kertus Davis in Nashville
    Kertus Davis was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the seventh race of a 35 race NASCAR Busch Series season while at the Nashville (Tenn.) Superspeedway.
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    Federated Auto Parts Partners with Brewco Motorsports
    Federated Auto Parts Distributors has announced a multi-faceted sponsorship agreement with Brewco Motorsports Inc. for the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series and ARCA RE/MAX Series seasons.
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    NASCAR Teleconference: Bobby Hamilton Jr.
    We have a great guest and appropriate guest today in Bobby Hamilton, Jr., driver of the No. 35 McDonald's Ford for Team Rensi Motorsports.
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    This Week in Ford Racing: Edwards and Ambrose
    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Scotts/World Financial Group Ford Fusion in the NASCAR Busch Series, heads to Nashville Superspeedway this weekend for the Pepsi 300. Marcos Ambrose, a rookie in NASCAR Busch Series competition, finds himself seventh in the driver point standings—the highest full-time Busch driver—heading into this weekend’s seventh race of the season.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Nashville
    The relief could be seen on his face as well as heard in his voice. When Bobby Hamilton Jr. (No. 35 McDonald’s Ford) held an interview session at Daytona International Speedway during Preseason Thunder testing in January, the Nashville native proclaimed he was finally “back home” in the NASCAR Busch Series after a two-year hiatus.
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    One Year Later, Ambrose Still Awed By NASCAR Experience
    One year ago this weekend, Marcos Ambrose (No. 59 Kingsford Ford) made his NASCAR debut at Martinsville Speedway in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.
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  • Day 2 - Afternoon Speeds
  • Day 2 - Evening Speeds

    Kluever Pleased With His 2007 Start
    Todd Kluever has only run four of the six races in the NASCAR Busch Series so far this season, but already he is pleased with how well the season is going compared to last year.
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    Burton Fastest During Tuesday’s Test Session at Home Track
    Jeff Burton, a native of South Boston, Va., and winner of two NASCAR Busch Series races thus far in 2007, posted the fastest time of the first testing session at Richmond with a lap of 21.554 seconds (125.267 mph).
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  • Day 1 - Afternoon Speeds
  • Day 1 - Evening Speeds

    Busch's Crew Chief Fined for Rules Violations at Bristol
    NASCAR announced today that Mike Bumgarner, crew chief of the No. 5 Chevrolet driven by Kyle Busch in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been penalized due to rules violations at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    “Herman” to Drive for RCR in Hometown NBS Race at Gateway
    Kenny Wallace will drive Richard Childress Racing’s (RCR) No. 2 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the July 21 NASCAR Busch Series (NBS) race at Gateway International Speedway in Madison, Ill.
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    Brewco to Partner with Ford Development Driver East
    Brewco Motorsports Inc. announced today that Ford Racing development driver and 2004 United States Auto Club (USAC) National Midget Series Champion Bobby East will be behind the wheel of its NASCAR Busch Series and ARCA RE/MAX Series Fords for several races in 2007.
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    Dixie Stampede Continues Official Partnership with RCR
    Dixie Stampede reaffirmed its official partnership with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) and will be an associate sponsor of its No. 29 Holiday Inn NASCAR Busch Series team with drivers Jeff Burton and Scott Wimmer.
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    Short Track Test Session Set for Busch Series at Richmond
    Over 40 drivers representing 25 teams are set to participate Tuesday and Wednesday at Richmond International Raceway in the third of four scheduled 2007 NASCAR Busch Series tests.
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    Biffle Gives No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford First Top-10 of 2007
    Greg Biffle was a calm driver Saturday in Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford, and his patience paid off in the form of a seventh-place finish in the Sharpie Mini 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Harvick Takes Eighth at Bristol Motor Speedway
    Kevin Harvick and the No. 33 Bounty Super Duty Shop Towels racing team finished eighth at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway during Saturday’s running of the Sharpie Mini 300.
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    Bliss Battles for Another Top-Ten Finish for No. 22 Dodge
    What is the first place a true race fan thinks of when he hears the words "the greatest racing show on Earth"?
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    It All Came Out in the Wash for Labonte in Bristol
    Bobby Labonte was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the sixth race of a 35 race NASCAR Busch Series season while at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway.
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    McClure Has Good Fortune on the High Banks of Bristol
    The NASCAR Busch Series went short track racing this past weekend for the first time this season as 43 cars competed on the “World’s Fastest Half Mile” in the East Tennessee mountains.
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    Wreck Ends Huffman's Day at Bristol
    Shane Huffman’s shot at a good finish in the NASCAR Busch Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway ended on Lap 136 as his Navy Chevrolet came to rest in between Turns 1 and 2.
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    Hard Knocks for Wood at Bristol
    Jon Wood felt the wrath of the Bristol Motor Speedway twice before Saturday’s Sharpie Mini 300 got up to full speed. The driver of the No. 47 Clorox Ford spun out and crashed during pole qualifying, then he wrecked his backup car during the main event on the eighth lap.
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    Early Race Incident Thwarts Ambrose Effort in Bristol
    An incident in the early laps of the race has thwarted Marcos Ambrose’s run in the Sharpie Mini 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee today.
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    Bliss to Drive Two Consecutive Races for Fitz Motorsports
    Fitz Motorsports announced they are excited to team up with driver Mike Bliss behind the wheel of the No. 22 Family Dollar/Supercuts Dodge in the NASCAR Busch Series for back-to-back races in the Volunteer State.
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    Changes Greet Series Drivers and Teams at Bristol
    From the first short track of the season to using current owner points to set the top-30 qualifiers to the physical differences in cars on the track, this weekend’s Sharpie Mini 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway brings a plethora of change to the NASCAR Busch Series.
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    Kevin Conway Takes Over Z-Line Busch Car at Bristol
    California Dreamin’ finally turns to racing reality for driver Kevin Conway this weekend as he straps himself behind the wheel of Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 Z-Line Designs Chevrolet for Saturday’s Sharpie Mini 300 NASCAR Busch Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway.
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    Fridell Racing Enterprises Announces Busch Series Program
    Fridell Racing Enterprises announced today the plan to unveil a strong NASCAR Busch Series program competing in a limited NBS (NASCAR Busch Series) schedule this season beginning with the New England 200 from New Hampshire International Speedway (NHIS) on June 30.
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    Harvick Earns Third Top-10 Finish of 2007 Season
    Team AutoZone posted its third top-10 finish of the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series season with Kevin Harvick crossing the finish line second in the Nicorette 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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    Ambrose Seventh in Points after Tough Day in Atlanta
    Australian Marcos Ambrose has maintained his position inside the top ten in the NASCAR Busch Series points standings despite a tough day behind the wheel during the Nicorette 300 in Hampton, Georgia today.
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    Huffman Not Satisfied with Top-20 Finish at Atlanta
    Despite bringing home a solid top-20 finish in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Nicorette 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo, was far from satisfied at the conclusion of the race.
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    Early Incident Ends a Good Run for Raines
    Tony Raines returned behind the wheel of the No. 33 Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) Chevrolet for the first time since 2005. He looked to have one of the fastest cars at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway.
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    Mechanical Failure Relegates McClure to a 37th Place Finish
    Eric McClure’s first appearance at the Atlanta Motor Speedway was nothing short of disappointing.
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    Solid Run by Biffle Halted by Engine Issues in Atlanta
    After changes forced the No. 37 Cub Cadet Ford Fusion to the back of the pack for the start of the Nicorette 300, driver Greg Biffle had the Brewco Motorsports machine charging into the top-20 even before the first quarter of the race was in the books.
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    The Ups and Downs for Bobby Labonte in Atlanta
    Bobby Labonte was behind the wheel of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the fifth race of a 35 race NASCAR Busch Series season while at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway.
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    JR Motorsports to Run 'SEALs' Scheme in July at Daytona
    Today JR Motorsports unveiled the No. 88 Navy SEALs Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS that Shane Huffman will drive in the Winn-Dixie 250 at Daytona International Speedway in July.
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    Nicorette 300 Dedicated to Benny Parsons
    The Nicorette® 300 Busch Series Race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Saturday, March 17th will be dedicated in memory of NASCAR legend Benny Parsons (1941-2007).
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    Waltrip to Pilot Braun Racing Entry in Atlanta
    Braun Racing is pleased to announce Michael Waltrip will pilot the No. 32 Braun Racing Toyota Camry in this weekend’s Nicorette 300 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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    Busch Series Crew Chiefs Fined for Violations at Las Vegas
    NASCAR announced today that Mike Boerschinger, crew chief of the No. 87 Chevrolet driven by Joe Nemechek and Shane Wilson, crew chief of the No. 21 Chevrolet driven by Kevin Harvick in the NASCAR Busch Series, have been penalized due to rule violations at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Atlanta
    Jeff Burton’s (No. 29 Holiday Inn Chevrolet) passion is racing. But a close second is his rooting interest in the Duke University basketball team, especially at this time of year.
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    Stewart Perseveres for Third-Place Finish in Las Vegas
    Old Spice driver Tony Stewart may have started 17th for Saturday’s running of the Sam’s Town 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, but it only took him 20 laps to crack the top-10.
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    David Stremme Scores a Top-Five Finish in the Desert
    Sin City to Win City? Not quite, but oh-so-close for Fitz Motorsports with David Stremme behind the wheel of the #22 Supercuts/Family Dollar Dodge as they scored their first top-five of the 2007 season.
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    Perseverance Pays Off as Harvick Finishes Seventh at Vegas
    Never give up. A simple phrase that is heard quite often but one that Kevin Harvick and Team AutoZone nearly perfected in the Sam’s Town 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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    Labonte, No. 77 Team Take a Gamble and Finish in Top-10
    Bobby Labonte returned to the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet for the fourth NASCAR Busch Series event of the 2007 season.
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    Huffman Works Way to the Front, Claims Top-10 Finish
    Driving the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Shane Huffman finished ninth in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Sam’s Town 300, capturing the JR Motorsports team’s first top 10 of the season.
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    Second Straight Top Ten on Sensational Day for Ambrose
    Marcos Ambrose has again shown his class by earning a second-consecutive top 10 finish in the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series in the Sam’s Town 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Nevada today.
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    Wood Keeps Nose Clean for Smart 11th-Place Finish
    Even at 25, Jon Wood still had enough experience to understand the big picture during last Saturday’s Sam’s Town 300 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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    Battling an Ill-Handling Race Car, McClure Finishes 26th
    The NASCAR Busch Series traveled to “The City That Never Sleeps” this past weekend to compete on the newly resurfaced 1.5 mile speedway.
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    Contact Ruins Strong Run for McMurray in Vegas
    Jamie McMurray avoided 11 of Saturday’s 12 cautions flags, but his Vegas luck ran out with only nine laps to go in the Sam’s Town 300.
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    Coleman Caught Up in Record Number of Cautions
    After running a successful first third of the race at the newly repaved Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 19 year-old NASCAR Busch Series driver Brad Coleman slid into Turn 4 and sustained extensive damage as the car caromed off the track wall on Lap 65 of the Sam’s Town 300.
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    “Jon Wood All-Access” is on ESPN 2 Sunday, March 11th
    The self-titled “Jon Wood All-Access” Segment, is set to debut at 10:00 a.m. EDT Sunday, March 11th, 2007 on the ESPN 2 Network. It includes dozens of hours of coast-to-coast filming and it promises an “inside” look at the week leading up to Jon Wood’s historic debut behind the wheel of the famed Wood Brothers No. 21 car—of which his grandfather, Glen Wood, founded back in 1950.
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    Coleman and Diercks Win Rookie Cooking Event
    Rookie NASCAR Busch drivers Brad Coleman and Justin Diercks hope to cook as well on the track as they did in the ESPN Zone Las Vegas kitchen on Thursday, March 8th.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Las Vegas
    Juan Pablo Montoya (No. 42 Texaco Havoline Dodge) won the TELCEL-MOTOROLA 200 last weekend and set the stage for this year’s Raybestos Rookie of the Year class. Every year brings fresh faces to challenge the NASCAR Busch Series, but this year’s could be one of the most talented classes ever.
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    This Week in Ford Racing: Edwards, Ambrose
    Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 60 Ford Fusion, climbed to the top of the NASCAR Busch Series point standings last week with his fourth-place finish in Mexico City. Marcos Ambrose, a rookie in NASCAR Busch Series competition, finds himself tied for fifth in the driver point standings heading into this weekend’s fourth race of the season.
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    Pruett, Montoya React to Sunday's Altercation
    Statements from Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates drivers Scott Pruett and Juan Pablo Montoya.
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    Eric McClure Welcomes New Addition to the Family
    Around 3:40 pm at the Bristol Regional Medical Center, Busch Series driver Eric McClure and his wife Miranda became proud parents of a precious baby girl, Mabreigh Elizabeth McClure. Mabreigh weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and was 19 inches long. Both mother and baby are doing fine.

    Ambrose Fifth in Points after Comeback to Eighth in Mexico
    Marcos Ambrose has risen to fifth in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after a remarkable comeback to finish eighth in the Telcel Motorola Mexico 200 in Mexico City today.
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    Blaney Overcomes Obstacles, Rallies to 13th in Mexico
    Coming to Mexico City for his first race on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez road course, Dave Blaney knew he would have his work cut out for him. From the first laps on the track, problems loomed over the No.10 team, forcing them to overcome obstacle after obstacle to bring home a decent finish.
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    Last-Lap Brake Issues Foil Strong Run for Biffle in Mexico
    After overcoming much adversity – including a practice session accident that forced the team into a back-up car – a brake malfunction on the final-lap halted a top-five run for Greg Biffle and the Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Yard-Man Ford Fusion crew in the Telcel-Motorola Mexico 200 at Autodromo Hermanos Rodrigez Sunday.
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    Huffman's Shot at Top 10 Dashed in Late-Race Incident
    Shane Huffman was on the verge of a top-10 finish in his first-ever NASCAR Busch Series road course event, when contact with a competitor sent him spinning just three laps from the finish of Sunday’s Telcel Motorola 200.
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    Flat Tire on Final Lap Spoils Smith's Top-Five Run in Mexico
    Marcos Ambrose has risen to fifth in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after a remarkable comeback to finish eighth in the Telcel Motorola Mexico 200 in Mexico City today.
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    Failed Transmission Halts Coleman’s Top Ten Run
    After receiving a birthday cake in the face on ESPN from his Joe Gibbs Racing crew, 19 year-old rookie Brad Coleman was ready to complete his celebration with a strong finish in the No. 18 Carino’s Italian Grill Chevrolet.
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    Davis Brings Home Car Untouched After Road Course Debut
    Kertus Davis made his road course debut in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez (Mexico City, Mexico) for race three of a 35-race season.
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    Engine Woes Leave Fellows 32nd in Mexico City
    Ron Fellows’ first race of the 2007 season for Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) didn’t go as planned in the Telcel Motorola Mexico 200 in Mexico City, Mexico. Engine problems were the culprit after Fellows smelled something burning from inside the car on lap 35. Fellows, who started sixth and had an extremely fast racecar all weekend, finished 32nd.
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    Contreras Begins on Outside Pole, Finishes 35th in Mexico
    Homecomings can certainly be sweet, but they can also be bittersweet. Carlos Contreras and the Fitz Motorsports #22 Family Dollar/Supercuts Dodge team came to Mexico City, Carlos’ home town, with high hopes of grabbing the winning trophy as the checkered flag flew over the NASCAR Busch Series Telcel Motorola Mexico 200 road course event.
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    Hooters Mexico Races Aboard with Alex Garcia in Mexico
    Transnet Racing announced today the signing of Hooters Mexico in a one-race deal for Sunday’s Telcel Motorola Mexico 200 presented by Banamex, the third race of the 2007 NASCAR Busch Series schedule.
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    Daytonabrands, Inc. Races in Mexico City with National Hero
    Daytonabrands, Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of innovative automotive products, announced today International driver and Mexican National Hero Germán Quiroga Fossas will drive the #28 car in Mexico City this weekend in NASCAR Busch Mexico City Telcel-Motorola 200 race.
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    Jourdain Jr. to Drive No. 17 Dish Network Ford in Mexico
    Last weekend the No. 17 Dish Network Ford Fusion team conquered California Speedway and this weekend they head to the 2.518-mile Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez road course in Mexico City with Michel Jourdain Jr. behind the wheel.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - Mexico City
    For the first time in its short three-year history, the NASCAR Busch Series Telcel-MOTOROLA Mexico 200 can produce a repeat winner. Denny Hamlin (No. 20 Rockwell Automation Chevrolet) is poised to set that standard.
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    NASCAR Official Pete Babb Passes Away at Age 80
    Long-time NASCAR official Pete Babb has passed away at the age of 80. Babb served NASCAR for over 55 years. "Pete Babb was one of NASCAR's pioneers," said NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter. "He loved our sport and its people. He will be missed by everyone in the NASCAR community. Pete's kindness touched thousands of people during his many years in NASCAR." Funeral arrangements are pending.

    This Week in Ford NBS Racing: Michel Jourdain
    The NASCAR Nextel Cup Series takes one of its three breaks this weekend before returning to action March 9-11 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Ricky Rudd, driver of the No. 88 Snickers Ford Fusion, didn’t miss a race for 25 consecutive seasons (1981-2005) before taking off all but one race last season.
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    Pruett to Pull Double-Duty Weekend in Mexico
    Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates (CGRFS) driver Scott Pruett will compete in both the Grand American Rolex Sports Car and NASCAR Busch Series races this weekend at Autodromo Hermanoz Rodriguez in Mexico City, Mexico.
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    Kenseth Wins at California and America Wins with Free Fries
    It’s time for NASCAR and Arby's fans to celebrate! Matt Kenseth made it into Victory Lane at California Speedway on Saturday, February 24th, and as promised, Arby's will give away free medium Curly Fries on Monday, February 26th, deemed “Matt’s Monday”, to celebrate the #17 win.
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    Harvick Battles Back to Finish Sixth in Fontana
    Kevin Harvick posted a sixth-place finish in his first Busch Series race of the season for Kevin Harvick Inc. (KHI) on Saturday night.
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    Savvy Driving Lifts Smith to 9th-Place Finish in California
    Regan Smith turned in a strong performance in Saturday's NASCAR Busch Series race at California Speedway, posting a ninth-place finish in the Stater Bros. 300.
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    Stremme 12th in Stater Bros. 300
    David Stremme turned in a stout performance in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series race at the California Speedway, posting a 12th-place finish in the Stater Bros. 300.
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    McMurray Takes No. 37 Ford to Top-15 Finish in Fontana
    In his first full race back with Brewco Motorsports, Jamie McMurray took the No. 37 Yard-Man Ford Fusion to a solid 15th place finish in the Stater Bros. 300 at California Speedway on Saturday.
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    Huffman and Navy Team Finish 21st in Fontana
    Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, finished 21st in Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Stater Bros. 300 at California Speedway.
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    Ambrose Rises to Tenth in Points with Solid Race in Fontana
    Marcos Ambrose has risen to tenth in the NASCAR Busch Series standings after finishing 25th in the Stater Bros 300 at California Speedway in Fontana, California today.
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    California Learning Curve for Davis
    Kertus Davis made his debut in the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet at California Speedway; race two of a 35 race season. Davis started the weekend strong in the two NASCAR Busch Series practice sessions, but rode the ‘learning curve’ wave for his first start in the No. 77 machine for Kevin Harvick Inc.
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    A Blown Right Front Tire Ends McClure's Day at California
    For the first time this season, the NASCAR Busch Series headed west to compete on the two-mile racing surface of California Speedway.
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    RoadLoans.com and Kevin Harvick Inc. to Make Announcement
    When the Daytona 500 champion, Kevin Harvick, lands in Fontana, California this week to take on the second race of the season in the NASCAR Busch Series he will also be on hand to announce details about the marketing agreement Kevin Harvick Inc. recently formed with sponsor RoadLoans – a leading direct-to-consumer auto finance company.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - California
    Talk about a personal whirlwind. Eight months ago, David Gilliland (No. 25 freecreditreport.com Ford) was a part-time driver in the NASCAR Busch Series competing for a team that consisted of equally part-time love-of-the-sport guys.
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    Jones in RCR’s No. 21 AutoZone Chevy in Mexico NBS Race
    Road racing veteran P.J. Jones will drive Richard Childress Racing’s (RCR) No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet Monte Carlo in the March 4 Telcel-Motorola Mexico 200 NASCAR Busch Series race at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez near Mexico City.
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    Frazier Penalized for Violations at Daytona
    NASCAR announced today that Bryant Frazier, crew chief of the No. 66 Dodge driven by Steve Wallace in the NASCAR Busch Series, has been penalized due to rule violations at Daytona International Speedway.
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    What’s New in ‘07 with the Ultimate Chargers
    The 2007, No. 9 Ultimate Chargers Dodge may not look much different that the two-time race winning Charger from last year, but the crew behind the highly successful team has several new faces.
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    Busch Series News & Notes - California
    Talk about a personal whirlwind. Eight months ago, David Gilliland (No. 25 freecreditreport.com Ford) was a part-time driver in the NASCAR Busch Series competing for a team that consisted of equally part-time love-of-the-sport guys.
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    Daytonabrands to Sponsor Busch Series No. 28 Car
    Daytonabrands, Inc. a manufacturer and marketer of innovative automotive products, announced today it has finalized an agreement with Jay Robinson Racing, LLC to sponsor the team through 2007.
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    AAMCO Joins JR Motorsports for 2007 Season
    JR Motorsports announced today that AAMCO Transmissions has partnered with the organization for the 2007 season.
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    Family Dollar Returns to Fitz Motorsports in 2007
    Fitz Motorsports is proud to announce that Family Dollar will expand its sponsorship of the team for the upcoming 2007 NASCAR racing season.
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    Harvick Continues His Winning Ways in the Busch Series
    Kevin Harvick, the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series champion, picked up where he left off last season by taking the No. 21 AutoZone Chevrolet, in its debut appearance, to victory lane in the Orbitz 300 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Kevin Harvick Earns First DIS Win in Orbitz 300
    Kevin Harvick has won the past two Orbitz 300s as a car owner with driver Tony Stewart. On Saturday, he got to experience what a season-opening Busch Series victory at Daytona International Speedway is like as a driver.
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    Stewart Brings Loose Car Home Eighth at Daytona
    Tony Stewart and the Old Spice team persevered though a lengthy race with a loose handling race car to bring the No. 33 Old Spice Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS home in the eighth position Saturday at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
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    Ambrose Top Rookie in Strong Busch Series Debut at Daytona
    Marcos Ambrose has begun his 2007 NASCAR Busch Series campaign with an excellent 16th place finish in the Orbitz 300 at Daytona International Speedway in Florida today.
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    Paul Menard 17th at Daytona
    Paul Menard’s 2007 NASCAR Busch Series debut began on a high note as the driver of the No. 15 Peak/Menards Chevrolet qualified 12th for the Orbitz 300.
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    Labonte Battles to a Top-20 Finish in Daytona
    Bobby Labonte, driver of the No. 77 Dollar General stores Chevrolet, battled his way into the top-20 after starting 42nd on the grid at the season opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
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    Burton Debuts in Kleenex Ford Fusion at Orbitz 300
    Ward Burton made his debut in the #27 Kleenex® Ford Fusion for Brewco Motorsports this weekend in the Orbitz 300 at the Daytona International Speedway.
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    Huffman and Navy Team Finish 36th at Daytona
    Shane Huffman, driver of the No. 88 Navy Accelerate Your Life Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS, started Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Orbitz 300 from 40th position after posting a qualifying lap of 49.842 seconds, 180.571 mph.
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    Promising Daytona Run Ends Early for McMurray
    An early wreck in the Orbitz 300 collected Brewco Motorsports’ No. 37 Yard-Man Ford Fusion, putting a halt to hard-charging Jamie McMurray at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday.
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    Brunton Vineyards Announces Sponsorship with NEMCO
    Brunton Vineyards, subsidiary of Brunton Vineyards Holdings, Inc., announced its sponsorship of the #87 NEMCO Motorsports car in the NASCAR Busch Series for 2007. “We are very pleased to be involved with the NEMCO #87 team and champion driver Joe Nemechek,” said Geno Brunton, CEO of Brunton Vineyards. This is Brunton Vineyards’ first NASCAR team sponsorship and its division “Swig” will be the primary sponsor of the #87 NEMCO Motorsports Chevrolet.

    Camping World Announces Expanded, Robust Sponsorship
    Camping World, America’s largest retailer of RV and outdoor supplies and accessories, today announced an expanded and robust 2007 NASCAR Sponsorship Program which will include 43 NASCAR events in the Busch and Craftsman Truck Series. RVs.com will join Camping World for this exciting ride into 2007.
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    Kellie Pickler to Sing National Anthem for Orbitz 300
    19 Recordings/BNA Records singer and American Idol finalist Kellie Pickler, who recently released her gold selling debut album “Small Town Girl”, will sing the National Anthem and perform a pre-race concert before the 49th annual Orbitz 300 NASCAR Busch Series race on Saturday, February, 17 at Daytona International Speedway.
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    Adrian Fernandez to Race in Mexico City Busch Race
    Lowe’s and Hendrick Motorsports announced today that Adrian Fernandez will drive the No. 5 Lowe’s car in the March 4 NASCAR Busch Series race in Mexico City.
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    Hamilton Jr.'s Car to Pay Tribute to his Father
    Bobby Hamilton, Jr., driver of the No. 35 Ford Fusion, will pay tribute to his father, the late Bobby Hamilton, Sr., by running a special pant scheme this weekend commemorating the elder's final Nextel Cup victory. The No. 35 Ford will carry the same livery that Hamilton, Sr. drove to victory in the No. 55 Andy Petree-owned entry at Talladega in the spring of 2001.
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    Yard-Man Cuts Deal with NASCAR

    Mark Martin to Drive No. 5 Busch Series Chevrolet

  • Announcement Transcript

    Busch Series News and Notes - Daytona

    JR Motorsports Hires Director of Communications

    Transnet Racing Set to Burst onto Busch Circuit in 2007

    Kevin Harvick Inc. Announces New Primary Sponsor

    Checkers/Rally's Announces Sponsorship with Jay Robinson

    Contender and Mentor: Mike Wallace Fills Two Roles in 2007

  • Las Vegas Busch Series Testing Day 2 AM Practice
  • Las Vegas Busch Series Testing Day 2 PM Practice

    Owning Up: Harvick Challenges Himself on Two Teams

  • Las Vegas Busch Series Testing Day 1 AM Practice
  • Las Vegas Busch Series Testing Day 1 PM Practice

    Road Course Test Part of Busy Testing Schedule for Ambrose

    Early-Season Westward Migration Begins for Busch Teams

    Klondike Joins Ultimate Chargers Lineup of All Star Brands

    Hornish Among 45 Drivers Set for Busch Test at LVMS

    Unilever’s Ultimate Chargers Team Announces 2007 Lineup

    Transnet Racing Looking for Crew Chief for 2007 NBS Season

    Best Bull Riders and Bulls Collide at the Dale Jr. PBR Clash

    Hornish Jr. to Drive Mobil 1 Dodge in Seven NBS Races in 07

    ML Motorsports Will Run Partial Busch Series Schedule in 2007

    Carino's and Coleman Come to NASCAR

    Conway Making a "Z-Line" for the Busch Series

    Richardson, No. 28 Car Seek Sponsorship for Daytona

    AutoZone to Sponsor RCR’s No. 21 NBS Team in 07

    Busch Series Veteran Keller to Drive for Brewco Motorsports

    January Testing Wraps Up at Daytona International Speedway

  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 5 AM Practice
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 5 PM Practice
  • Day 5 Testing Quotes: Jon Wood

    2007 Could Be Turnaround Year For Wood Bros./JTG Racing

    Edwards Ready for Title Run, More Exciting Races in 2007

  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 4 AM Practice
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 4 PM Practice
  • Day 4 Testing Quotes: Carl Edwards and Peter Shepherd

    Hornish Jr. Enjoying Stock Cars at DIS

    Imation to Sponsor Memorex-Branded No. 41 Dodge in NBS

    Blaney, Braun Racing Highlight Toyota Performance at DIS

    Brewco Names Parker Motorsports Director

    Ambrose Concludes Successful Daytona Test

    Coming Home: Hamilton Jr. Relishes Return to Track, Series

  • NBS Daytona Day 3 Testing Notes
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 3 AM Practice
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 3 PM Practice
  • Day 3 Testing Quotes: Bobby Hamilton Jr.

    Floridians Bring Talents to NASCAR Busch Series

  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 2 AM Practice
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 2 PM Practice
  • Day 2 Testing Quotes: Todd Kluever and David Ragan

    Like Father, Not Like Son for Steve Wallace

    National Guard to Back No. 24 Busch Series Chevrolets in 2007

    NASCAR Busch Series Testing for Orbitz 300 Begins

  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 1 AM Practice
  • NBS Daytona Testing Day 1 PM Practice
  • Day 1 Testing Quotes: Stephen Leicht and Marcos Ambrose

    Rites of Passages: New Crop of Talented Drivers Tackle DIS

    ppc Racing, Moving Forward in 2007

    JR Motorsports Ready to Embark on 2007 Season

    Busch Teams Ready for Preseason Thunder at Daytona

    Braun Racing Teams with Biagi Bros. Racing and ppc Racing

    Homelife Communities Partners with RWI Racing for 2007

    Orbitz to sponsor NASCAR Busch Series Race at DIS

    RoadLoans.com Signs Busch Series Sponsorship with KHI

    Spectrum Brands to Sponsor No. 5 Busch Series Chevrolets

    Ambrose to Begin 07 Program with Daytona Testing This Friday

    Wimmer Looking for Truck, Busch Ride at Daytona

    Roush Announces Schedule for Biffle & Kluever in 3M Ford

    Ward Burton to Drive for Brewco, Kleenex Racing in 2007

    Leffler Looking to Fill Trophy Case with Chili Bowl Trophy


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