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In The News

 

Matt Kenseth snags first race of season

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Matt Kenseth celebrates his opening night win in the Sprint Unlimited. Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Harold Hinson Photography

By Jerry Jordan
KickinTheTires.Net

DAYTONA BEACH – The only thing that mattered Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway was winning in the Sprint Unlimited because points didn’t count and after several crashes, typical of restrictor plate racing, Matt Kenseth put the No. 20 Dollar General Toyota in Victory Lane.

“The big race Sunday (Feb. 22) is the important one,” Kenseth said, during his post race interviews. “It’s a great start to the week and hopefully we can keep the momentum for the rest of the week. It is the hardest thing in the world to do is drive those racecars. You find that you make a lot of wrong moves and some great moves.

“There is nothing like winning. That is why we come out and do this every week. I also feel like we learned some stuff. I felt like we learned some stuff that will help us Thursday night (in the Budweiser Duels).”

 

 

Crafton wins second-straight truck title, Wallace takes checkered flag

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NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Champion is doused in champagne by his crew after winning back-to-back series titles. Photo by Jerry Jordan

By Jerry Jordan

KickinTheTires.net

HOMESTEAD, Fl. – History was made at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the final NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race of 2014 as Darrell Wallace Jr. took the checkered flag and Matt Crafton held on to become a back-to-back series champion.

“I can't thank my guys enough for continuing to come up each and every race and never give up and have that desire to win,” Wallace said, following a prolonged Victory Lane celebration and impromptu autograph session for fans. “I told them before the race started, we want it more than anybody else. We don't have a shot at the title, but we want this race more than anybody else.  Let's show that. And I had to work for it there. I had to battle off Kyle (Larson) and Kyle (Busch), so a lot of things knocked off tonight in the mile‑and‑a‑half win. We beat the boss finally. It was another battle with Larson like Eldora running up against the fence like Eldora. Just had to be smart about it. Just had a lot of fun.

 

 

Keselowski gets the win but record-breaking rookie clinches Nationwide Series title

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By Jerry Jordan

KickinTheTires.net

PHOENIX, Az. – Brad Keselowski got a great run off Turn 3 on the final restart of the DAV 200 at Phoenix International Raceway to pass Kyle Busch for the win but fifth-place finisher, Chase Elliott, was the big winner, who clinched the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series Championship with yet one more race to go in the season.

“It was kind of a long day and I thought that Kyle was really, really good,” Keselowski said. “If you would have told me that we were going to pass him on the final restart, I wouldn’t have thought would happen.”

 

 

Kyle Busch wins again at Texas Motor Speedway

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Photo by Donna Littrell/Kickin’ the Tires

By Jerry Jordan
KickinTheTires.net

JUSTIN, Tx – For the second time in as many days, Kyle Busch celebrated a win at Texas Motor Speedway – this time in the NASCAR Nationwide Series – dominating the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge, leading the field for a total of 116 laps and securing the 100th series win for Joe Gibbs Racing.

“All in all it was a great race today. Hopefully, we put on a good show,” Busch said. “It's certainly a blast to drive these cars. I can't say enough about Monster Energy and Adam Stevens (crew chief), Jason Ratcliff (JGR crew chief), Dave Rogers (JGR crew chief) – all the crew chiefs that I've been able to win with in the Nationwide Series at Joe Gibbs Racing. The different cars we won in – it just kind of goes to show that everything is always changing. It’s good to be back on top here in Texas and getting another win here.”

   

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