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KURT BUSCH WINS IN A BATTLE OF BROTHERS AT KENTUCKY

 
Redemption, that’s all Kurt Busch and his crew chief, Matt McCall, wanted after a late call to pit from the lead before the rain rolled in ruined their chance to win at Daytona. Saturday night during the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Quaker State 400 at Kentucky speedway; they got what they asked for.

 

MONTE DUTTON - HOW DID THEY ALL SURVIVE?

Some years ago, I was wandering around under the stands at Daytona International Speedway during a (probably still) Winston Cup practice. Near one of the portals sat a David Pearson Wood Brothers Mercury, all refurbished and bright.

I wouldn’t have gotten there quickly had it been a human magnet. As a practical matter, it was.

KYLE BUSCH ADDS ANOTHER ESPY TO HIS RESUME

 
Kyle Busch, the 2015 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion, took home some hardware at last night’s ESPY Awards, winning Best Driver – his second win in the last four years.

 

MONTE DUTTON - MIRACLES APPEAR IN THE STRANGEST PLACES

​As I wrote almost immediately in the virtual, irate town hall that is often known as Twitter, Justin Haley’s victory in the Coke Zero Sugar 400, which I find myself wanting to call the Sugar 400, was a miracle.

It’s a miiirrrracle!

I was happy to see an underdog win, but it came by the most extraordinary of circumstances since it prevented Haley and his obscure team, by virtue of fate and lack of sufficient communication from NASCAR, from finishing about 27th.

LIGHTNING AND RAIN ARE JUSTIN HALEY’S BEST FRIENDS AT DAYTONA

 

On Saturday night, no one wanted the rain to come in and disrupt the race; on Sunday night, there was one. The race had been held off a day after NASCAR seeing no chance of getting a full race in.

Justin Haley picked up his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, with a big boost from Mother Nature. It was a bit of payback for the Xfinity racer.

 

MONTE DUTTON - SLINGSHOTS AT THE PODIUM

Hardly a day goes by without my mind at least considering briefly the decline of NASCAR, which has dominated my life as a journalist.

A Democratic presidential primary debate may seem like an odd time to ponder stock car racing, but this is what occurred to me as I watched Joe Biden blubbering in the face of Kamala Harris’s withering assault.

This country has too many sports. Politics has become one of them. That debate was a Talladega draft. I watched it, and I knew an ARCA race was on another channel from Joliet. The debate didn’t have too many commercials. Few were the opportunities to check on the race. I saw on Twitter that Ty Majeski won.

NBC SPORTS LAUNCHES “NASCAR PICK ‘EM” FREE-TO-PLAY GAME ON NBC SPORTS PREDICTOR

 

NASCAR fans will have the chance to win at least $10,000 dollars each week by playing NASCAR Pick ‘Em, NBC Sports’ newest free-to-play game available exclusively on the NBC Sports Predictor app and site. Developed with Boom Fantasy, NASCAR Pick ‘Em features a $10,000 progressive jackpot prizing format, providing added intrigue for NASCAR fans with the grand prize potentially growing each week.

Fans can now make their picks for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway this Saturday, July 6 on NBC. 

 

MONTE DUTTON - IT’S ALL IN THE MOVIES

I’ve been wrong my share of the time. I didn’t realize it in my idealistic youth. The only time a man thinks he knows it all is when he doesn’t know much. Fortunately, where NASCAR was concerned, I was a grown man when I got there. Back in the 1990s, I wrote columns that likened NASCAR to “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” a world where sycophants told the boss his threads were elegant in spite of the fact that he was naked. I also warned that the sport’s leaders were going on hunting expeditions every day to kill the goose that laid the golden eggs.

TRUEX TAKES THE WIN AT SONOMA WHILE DARRELL WALTRIP TAKES A BOW

Sunday, the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma was the last race of the FOX broadcast season and Darrell Waltrip’s commentating career, it was a race that would cap off with a thrilling late run for the lead and an underdog moving through the field for his career-best finish.

The day began with Kyle Larson starting on the pole, his third straight pole at Sonoma, but he would lose the lead immediately after Waltrip’s last, “Boogity boogity boogity!” as William Byron pulled a perfect launch and pulled away. Larson continued the fall back as drivers like Chase Elliott, Joey Logano, and Denny Hamlin passed him. Byron extended his lead to over three seconds while some of the lead pack drivers pitted with three laps to go to set them up for a good stage two restart. Byron went on to win stage one by over nine seconds, the first stage win of his Cup career.

 

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