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INDYCAR - ABC Supply 500 race results

ABC Supply 500 race results

LONG POND, Pa. - Results Monday of the ABC Supply 500 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 2.5-mile Pocono Raceway, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, aero kit-engine, laps completed and reason out (if any):

1.  (8) Will Power, Chevrolet, 200, Running
2.  (1) Mikhail Aleshin, Honda, 200, Running
3.  (22) Ryan Hunter-Reay, Honda, 200, Running
4.  (2) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 200, Running
5.  (18) Sebastien Bourdais, Chevrolet, 200, Running

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 5:36 PM, 08.22.2016

INDYCAR - Win by Power at ABC Supply 500 tightens championship race

LONG POND, Pa. (Monday, Aug. 22, 2016) - It's a whole new race for the 2016 Verizon IndyCar Series championship. By winning today's ABC Supply 500 at Pocono Raceway, Team Penske's Will Power claimed his fourth victory of the season and closed within 20 points of the top of the standings.

Power held off Verizon P1 Award pole winner Mikhail Aleshin by 1.1459 seconds on the 2.5-mile "Tricky Triangle" oval to also collect the 29th win of his Indy car career. It tied him with a pair of Team Penske greats for 11th on the all-time victory list - Rick Mears and Helio Castroneves.

"I love winning 500-mile races and this is one of the toughest ovals that we race on," said Power, whose other 500-mile victory came in the 2013 season finale at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

The 200-lap race was delayed a day after heavy rain Sunday forced its postponement. Starting eighth, Power gradually moved his No. 12 Verizon Team Penske Chevrolet to the front, not taking his first lead until Lap 64.

"The car started off really, really difficult to drive," said the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series champion, who led 55 laps on the day, including the last 36. "We adjusted on it all day and, for the second half of the race, the car was just awesome."

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 5:32 PM, 08.22.2016

Harvick Wins Soggy Bristol Sprint Cup Race

Randy Sartin, USA TODAY Sports

BRISTOL, TN - RIS - Kevin Harvick finally won his second NASCAR Sprint Cup race of 2016 in the Bass Pro Shops NRA 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, but it wasn't easy.  Harvick held off a hard charging Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. in the closing laps to solidify his Chase berth.  He celebrated with a gaudy double burnout with car owner Tony Stewart, who was running his last race at the half-mile high-banked track.  It was a race that almost didn't happen.  Persistent rain all weekend postponed the advertised night race until Monday, but rain continued until mid afternoon, and even then, a delay extended the time for the race.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 1:01 AM, 08.22.2016

INDYCAR - ABC Supply 500 postponed until Monday by rain

LONG POND, Pa. (Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016) - About the only thing to slow Mikhail Aleshin this weekend at Pocono Raceway is Mother Nature.

Heavy rain this afternoon forced postponement of the ABC Supply 500 at the "Tricky Triangle" until noon ET Monday (NBCSN and the Advance Auto Parts INDYCAR Radio Network). The green flag for the 200-lap race on the 2.5-mile oval is scheduled to wave at 12:09 p.m. The forecast for Monday calls for sunny skies and a high temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

The delay forces Aleshin, who Saturday became the first Russian driver in Indy car annals to win a pole position, to wait an extra day to lead the 22-car field to the green flag.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 4:41 PM, 08.21.2016

Marks Beats the Rain and Wins at Mid-Ohio XFINITY Race

LEXINGTON, OH – RIS - Unlikely as it may seem, Justin Marks won the XFINITY race at Mid-Ohio Sports Car course in the Mid-Ohio Challenge for his first victory in the series.  Even more remarkable was the conditions under which this race was run.  Pouring the rain most of the day, Marks showed an unbelievable amount of skill to outrace some of the seasoned drivers in the field

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 6:16 PM, 08.14.2016

IMS - Racer Bryan Clauson Died Sunday Night; Statement from family of Bryan Clauson on His Passing

Bryan Clauson at this year 100th Running of the 500. ©RIS/Pam Clarino

INDIANAPOLIS, Monday, Aug. 8, 2016 - Racer Bryan Clauson passed Sunday night from injuries suffered in a midget crash at the Belleville Nationals in Kansas on Saturday night, August 6, 2016. He was 27 years old.
The family of Indy 500 veteran and USAC champion driver Bryan Clauson released the following statement this morning:

"Last night, the 7th of August, we said goodbye to our son, my fiancé, our friend, Bryan Clauson. He was surrounded by family and friends and we were grateful that we could experience his final moments with him.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 10:18 AM, 08.08.2016

Hamlin King of the Road in Win at the Glen

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WATKINS GLEN, NY – RIS – Denny Hamlin had led a lap at Watkins Glen International, but he led 10 laps today en route to the first road course victory of his career.  Hamlin held off Martin Truex, Jr., Brad Keselowski, and Joey Logano for the win in the Cheez-it 355 at the Glen NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.  Hamlin stayed low on the restart with three laps to go and watched others try to go outside and never gave up the lead.  It got dicey on the last lap with Brad Keselowski getting into Truex.  That allowed Keselowski teammate Joey Logano to finish second.  Keselowski finished third.  Truex ended up eighth.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:37 PM, 08.07.2016

Joey Logano Dominates Xfinity Race at The Glen

WATKINS GLEN, NY – RIS – Joey Logano left no doubt who had the best car on Saturday in the Zippo 200.  After winning the pole on Friday. It was Logano at the front most of the day.  In fact, he and teammate Brad Keselowski ran 1-2 most of the day in their Team Penske Ford Mustangs until Keselowski broke his rear track bar that sent him to 24th place.  In the meantime, Logano won.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 11:55 PM, 08.06.2016

Chris Beuscher Wins Fog-Shortened Race at Pocono Raceway

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LONG POND, PA – RIS – Rookie Chris Beuscher won the Pocono 400 on Monday when thick fog overtook visibility on Pocono Raceway.  The race consisted of 138 of the scheduled 160 laps.  Beuscher took the top sport by staying on the track, outlasting faster cars that had pitted behind him.  When the red flag flew Buescher was nervous and anxious waiting to see if the race would resume or he would end up in Victory Lane.

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Volume 2016, Issue 8, Posted 8:37 PM, 08.01.2016

Erik Jones a Winner at Iowa

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AMES, IA – RIS – Erik Jones took off at the green flag, and despite some problems in the pits, came back to score a decisive victory over Ty Dillon in the US Cellular 250 NASCAR XFINITY race at Iowa Speedway. Jones led 154 of the 250 laps and beat Dillon to the line by 3.533 seconds.  It was Jones’ third win of the season.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 12:24 AM, 07.31.2016

Rookie, William Byron, Wins 7th Annual Pocono Mountains 150

William Byron climbs out of the Liberty University Toyota in Pocono International Raceway after besting the 7th Annual Pocono Mountains 150.

Long Pond, PA - RIS - William Byron runs to a solid victory in at 7th Annual Pocono Mountains 150. Commanding the field, the weather, and way too many caution laps; like 27 of 60 laps, the Rookie does one great job.  For the fifth time in his Rookie season he takes a Checkered Flag in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Notch another win for the Kyle Busch Motorsports racing team. 

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 4:07 PM, 07.30.2016

Truex Wins Pocono Pole

Jerome Miron - USA Today Sports

LONG POND, PA – RIS – Martin Truex, Jr. continued the Toyota dominance in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series by winning the pole for Sunday’s race at Pocono International Raceway.  Truex gained his advantage by being faster in Turn 2—the tunnel turn—and running a lap of 179.244 mph which was good enough to start first on Sunday.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 12:17 AM, 07.30.2016

Kyle Busch Sets Historic Weekend Pace

Winner's Burnout

(Photo:  Don Anderson/RIS)

Kyle Busch Sets Historic Weekend Pace
SPEEDWAY, IN - RIS - July 24, 2016

Kyle Busch closed his dominating weekend here at Indianapolis Motor Speedway by fending off multiple restart challenges and winning the 23rd Annual Crown Royal presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 (actually 425 miles today) at the Brickyard.  Kyle was the the first driver in NASCAR history to win both Coors Light poles and NASCAR races in the same weekend, all in convincing fashion.  He led 149 of 170 laps today and 79 of 80 laps yesterday (including his 20 lap heat race), a new record here at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 9:14 PM, 07.24.2016

Brickyard 400 Results

The results of the 24th running of the Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at The Brickyard, the current stop on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series tour.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 7:29 PM, 07.24.2016

Kyle Busch Near Perfect

Lilly Diabetes 250 Winner Kyle Busch

Photo by Don Andersen (RIS)

Kyle Busch Near Perfect in Lilly Diabetes 250
SPEEDWAY, IN - RIS - July 23, 2016

Kyle Busch won today's NASCAR XFINITY series Lilly Diabetes 250 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway without missing a beat.  Despite 2 late race restarts after cautions and older tires than much of the field, Busch outraced the field to turn 1 in his #18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota and never let the field have a chance to catch him.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 7:54 PM, 07.23.2016

Busch is Two-for-Two at Indy, Winning the Sprint Cup Pole after Winning the Xfinity Pole

Finishing an impressive 2016 Indianapolis two-fer, Kyle Busch won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Coors Light pole for tomorrow’s running of the 23rd Annual Crown Royal presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at the Brickyard (aka the Brickyard 400) at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

An hour earlier, Busch won the pole for today’s Xfinity Series Race.

Busch, winner of last year’s Brickyard 400, won the pole with a speed of 184.634 mph - his 19th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series pole. It is his second pole of the 2016 series. His previous best start was seventh in 2012.

Busch’s #18 Skittles Toyota beat Carl Edwards’ #19 Stanley Toyota in the third round of qualifying today. Edwards qualified at 184.547 mph, 0.023 seconds behind the leader.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 4:02 PM, 07.23.2016

Kyle Busch Wins Indy Xfinity Pole by 2/100ths of a Second

Under sweltering temperatures, NASCAR Sprint Cup veteran and 2015 Brickyard 500 champion Kyle Busch held onto the Coors Light pole for today's running of the Lilly Diabetes 250 at the historic 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Busch's pole time and speed in the sixth running of this event was 49.467 seconds, and 181.939 mph.

Busch earned his sixth pole of the year, and 54th career pole today, by withstanding a late qualifying run by Erik Jones' #20 Hisense Toyota. The margin between the first two cars was 2/1000ths of a second.

Following the two fastest Toyotas were the two Chevys of Kyle Larson and Kevin Harvick, at 181.105 and 179.892, respectively.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 2:37 PM, 07.23.2016

Media Mayhem School Bus Slobberknocker to Highlight Round 8 of Bojanglesí Summer Shootout

Media Mayhem returns Tuesday as local media personalities battle for bragging rights in the ultimate school bus slobberknocker during Round 8 of the Bojangles' Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

CONCORD, N.C. (July 21, 2016) [Track release] – The cameras won’t be the only things rolling when Charlotte Motor Speedway hosts a scintillating Media Mayhem school bus race in Tuesday’s Round 8 of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout, in what promises to be a fender-flying, tire-squealing, 13-ton turf war among media members on the frontstretch quarter-mile. Local media will square off in a fender-banging, 13-ton turf war in school buses on the frontstretch quarter-mile during Round 8 of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout on Tuesday. A full slate of Bandolero and Legend Car action will also take place as the fight for the championship builds up to an early-August crescendo

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 3:25 PM, 07.23.2016

INDYCAR - Power catches good break to win Honda Indy Toronto for third time

TORONTO (Sunday, July 17, 2016) - Will Power feels he's been on the wrong side of enough caution periods in the Verizon IndyCar Series that he'll gladly accept the timely one that helped him win the Honda Indy Toronto.

The 2014 series champion claimed his third win of the season and third on the streets of Exhibition Place by 1.5275 seconds over teammate Helio Castroneves, driving directly into the 2016 championship conversation in the process. Power now sits second in the standings despite missing the season opener, 47 points behind teammate Simon Pagenaud.

"Getting close, that's good," said Power, who sat out the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg in March with an inner-ear infection after winning the pole in qualifying. "It's good to get this momentum for the team going forward for the rest of the championship. Five (races) to go, all good tracks for me.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 9:51 AM, 07.18.2016

Kenseth Wins New Hamphire Cup Race

Cheryl Senter/AP

LOUDON, NH – RIS – Matt Kenseth came on strong in the latter stages of the race to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.  Kyle Busch dominated most of the race, leading a race-best 133 laps.  Martin Truex, Jr. led a second-best 123 laps, but both faltered toward the end. Restarts were horrendous as the laps wound down.  The reputation that this track is a big Martinsville held true today.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 5:35 PM, 07.17.2016

Little Luggies Ring in Round 7 of Bojanglesí Summer Shootout Faggart Chases Masters Division Crown

'Little Luggies' start their racing careeers at Charlotte Motor Speedway's Bojangles' Summer Shootout

[Track release] The Little Luggies 600 returns to the Bojangles' Summer Shootout on Tuesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Children ages 4-7 will take to the front stretch quarter-mile during Tuesday's Bojangles' Summer Shootout action for a power wheels exhibition race that allows them to compete on the same track as many of their NASCAR heroes.
Concord, North Carolina, native Robby Faggart has raced at Charlotte Motor Speedway for more than 30 years and is in position to win the Legend Car Masters division of the Bojangles' Summer Shootout

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 10:33 AM, 07.18.2016

ISW: Carson Short Takes 1st At Haubstadt

Carson Short takes first national sprintcar win. photo- speedblur101

HAUBSTADT, IN -RIS- The 29th edition of Indiana Sprint Week has six feature winners so far. Four of the winners have been first time winners and the series concludes tonight at Terre Haute with ten points separating Robert Ballou from leader Brady Bacon.

But we are getting ahead of ourselves. The 2016 sprint weeks newest winner is Carson Short who lead all 30 laps of the sixth feature race at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 11:16 AM, 07.17.2016

Busch Dominates New Hampshire XFINITY

Kyle Busch takes the green flag on his way to leading 190 lap at NHMS

(LOUDON, NH – JULY 16, 2016 – RIS) Kyle Busch added another NASCAR XFINITY Series race to his record of 82 series wins, leading all but ten laps in the 200-lap Auto Lotto 200 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Rookie Erik Jones followed the five-time track winner across the line, with Brad Keselowski third, Daniel Suarez fourth and Austin Dillon fifth in a race slowed seven times by cautions.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 7:07 PM, 07.16.2016

ISW: Beauchamp Beats Darland For First

Brent Beauchamp first win. photo speedblur101

BLOOMINGTON, IN -RIS- The track was fast at Bloomington Speedway and so was Chad Boespflug as he set a new lap record but it was another new winner in the feature as Brent Beauchamp fought with Dave Darland for most of the night before winning his first Indiana Sprint Week feature.

All that said, the most important thing may be the Sprint Week points standings, which changed completely after Tyler Courtney flipped in his heat and missed the feature.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 11:33 AM, 07.16.2016

Johnson Wins Pole at New Hampshire

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LOUDON, NH - RIS - For those that thought six-time champ Jimmie Johnson was done, you better think again.  Johnson won the pole position for Sunday's race at Nw Hampshire Motor Speedway over some serious cometition.  Johnson beat Kyle Busch by 0.03 seconds.  Busch will start second with Martin Truex, Jr., Kurt Busch, and Denny Hamlin rounding out the top five qualifiers.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 10:52 PM, 07.15.2016

ISW: Short Comes Back To Win Putnamville

Brady Short wins sixth ISW feature since 2006. File photo Speedblur101

PUTNAMVILLE, IN -RIS- Following the postponement of the fourth race of 2016 Indiana Sprint Week the fifth race at Putnamville's Lincoln Park Speedway was actually fourth. But like the events so far the results seemed a bit unlikely as Bedford's Brady Short, a driver who missed the first three races came home the winner in dominating style.

Fifty drivers were there for qualifying with first night winner Tyler Courtney taking fast time at 12.670. What was more remarkable was that Lawrenceburg winner Bryan Clauson was not among those 50 as he had elected to run in a winged race at Eldora in Ohio.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 11:09 AM, 07.15.2016

ISW: Clauson Domanates The Berg

Clauson on the winners podium for the 111th time. Photo speedblur101

LAWRENCEBURG, IN -RIS- After two new winners in a row it was about time for the 'established' drivers to be heard from and Bryan Clauson was the the one who did the job in round three of Indiana Sprint Week at Lawrenceburg Speedway. Clauson set fast time at 14.166 seconds and lead 25 of the 30 feature race laps.


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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 10:24 PM, 07.11.2016

INDYCAR - Iowa Corn 300 Race Results

NEWTON, Iowa - Results Sunday of the Iowa Corn 300 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 0.894-mile Iowa Speedway, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, aero kit-engine, laps completed and reason out (if any):

1. (2) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 300, Running
2. (8) Will Power, Chevrolet, 300, Running
3. (10) Scott Dixon, Chevrolet, 300, Running
4. (1) Simon Pagenaud, Chevrolet, 300, Running
5. (9) Mikhail Aleshin, Honda, 300, Running

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 9:59 AM, 07.11.2016

INDYCAR - Newgarden dominates field to win Iowa Corn 300

NEWTON, Iowa (Sunday, July 10, 2016) - Josef Newgarden put on one of the most dominant clinics in Indy car history, leading a record 282 laps today to win the Iowa Corn 300 at Iowa Speedway.

The victory was the third of Newgarden's six-year Verizon IndyCar Series career and first on an oval track. It also vaulted the Ed Carpenter Racing driver three spots into second place in the point standings after 10 of 16 completed races.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 9:57 AM, 07.11.2016

ISW: Cummins Takes First In Kokomo

Kyle Cummins at the top of the Kokomo podium.

KOKOMO, IN -RIS- Back-to-back first time winners don't happen too often but Kyle Cummins made it happen in Kokomo as he won his first USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car series feature in front of packed stands on the second night of the 29th Indiana Sprint Week.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 2:50 PM, 07.10.2016

INDYCAR - Qualifying for the Iowa Corn 300 Verizon IndyCar Series

NEWTON, Iowa - Qualifying Saturday for the Iowa Corn 300 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 0.894-mile Iowa Speedway, with qualifying position, car number in parentheses, driver, aero kit-engine, and speed:        
1. (22) Simon Pagenaud, Chevrolet, 185.855    
2. (21) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 185.639    
3. (3) Helio Castroneves, Chevrolet, 185.433    
4. (8) Max Chilton, Chevrolet, 185.419    
5. (83) Charlie Kimball, Chevrolet, 184.489  

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 11:21 AM, 07.10.2016

Brad Keselowski Wins Kentucky with Just Enough Fuel

Christopher Hanewinckel, USA Today Sports

SPARTA, KY – RIS – Brad Keselowski crossed the finish line on fumes to win the Quaker State 400 at Kentucky Speedway.  He saved just enough fuel at the end to get his No.2 Team Penske Ford  to Victory Lane at the 1.5-mile track near Cincinnati, Ohio.  His car, completely out of gas after crossing the finish line, had to be pushed to victory lane by his crew.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 11:40 PM, 07.09.2016

ISW: Tyler Courtney Takes Opener After Passing Field

Tyler "Sunshine" Courtney 'shines' at night.

GAS CITY, IN -RIS- The 29th edition of “Indiana Sprint Week” kicked off as it usually does, at Gas City I-69 Speedway and very quickly we got a new winner with Tyler “Sunshine” Courtney adding his name to the list of Sprint Week feature winners.

Tyler qualified 19th of 47 drivers and won his heat in a photo finish with Bryan Clauson. Starting the feature in 16th, Sunshine had his work cut out for him. Hunter Schuerenberg went from the pole to lead but gave way to a charging Bryan Clauson on lap 10. Clauson appeared to have 'checked out' as he built a substantial lead in only a few laps. That went away when an incident in turn four put Thomas Meseraull into the fence in turn four on lap 22.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 10:33 AM, 07.09.2016

Rain Gives Harvick Kentucky Pole

(SPARTA, KY – July 8, 2016 – RIS) Kevin Harvick starts on the pole for Saturday evening's Quaker State 400, thanks to heavy rains over Kentucky Speedway that forced cancellation of time trials. Sharing the front row is Brad Keselowski, winner of last week's Daytona race. Kurt Busch and Joey Logano fill Row Two, with Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch in Row Three.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 8:23 PM, 07.08.2016

Kyle Busch Starts From Kentucky Pole

Starting Line: 16th Annual Alsco 300, Kentucky Speedway
Pos, Driver, Car, Time, Speed
1) Kyle Busch(i), No. 18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota, 28.828, 187.318
2) Daniel Suarez, No. 19 ARRIS Toyota, 28.831, 187.298
3) Erik Jones #, No. 20 Reser's Fine Foods Toyota, 28.967, 186.419
4) Austin Dillon(i), No. 2 Rheem Chevrolet, 29.085, 185.663
5) Elliott Sadler, No. 1 OneMain Chevrolet, 29.100, 185.567
6) Ryan Blaney(i), No. 12 Snap-On Ford, 29.114, 185.478
7) Ryan Reed, No. 16 Lilly Diabetes/AmericanDiabetesAssctn Ford, 29.119, 185.446
8) Cole Custer(i), No. 88 Jack Link's Chevrolet, 29.211, 184.862
9) Blake Koch, No. 11 LeafFilter Gutter Protection Chevrolet, 29.260, 184.552
10) Brad Keselowski(i), No. 22 Discount Tire Ford, 29.262, 184.540
11) Darrell Wallace Jr, No. 6 Ford EcoBoost Ford, 29.300, 184.300
12) Ryan Sieg, No. 39 Tri County Landscape Chevrolet, 29.411, 183.605
13) Justin Allgaier, No. 7 Chev, 29.343, 184.030
14) Brennan Poole #, No. 48 DC Solar Chevrolet, 29.373, 183.842
15) JJ Yeley, No. 44 Zachry Toyota, 29.402, 183.661
16) Justin Marks, No. 42 Katerra Chevrolet, 29.485, 183.144
17) Brandon Jones #, No. 33 AAA Chevrolet, 29.493, 183.094
18) Brendan Gaughan, No. 62 South Point Chevrolet, 29.573, 182.599
19) Jeremy Clements, No. 51 Chevrolet, 29.640, 182.186
20) Dakoda Armstrong, No. 28 WinField Toyota, 29.662, 182.051
21) Ryan Preece #, No. 01 Chevrolet, 29.801, 181.202
22) Garrett Smithley #, No. 0 KY Fame Chevrolet, 29.870, 180.783
23) Ty Dillon, No. 3 Red Kap/Alsco Chevrolet, 29.081, 185.688
24) Ross Chastain, No. 4 Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Chevrolet, 29.875, 180.753
25) Matt DiBenedetto(i), No. 10 Toyota, 29.956, 180.264
26) David Starr, No. 93 Massimo Motors Chevrolet, 29.985, 180.090
27) Jeff Green, No. 14 Toyota, 30.044, 179.736
28) Alex Guenette, No. 90 BuckedUp Apparel Chevrolet, 30.128, 179.235
29) Ray Black Jr #, No. 07 Scuba Life Chevrolet, 30.153, 179.087
30) BJ McLeod #, No. 78 Safecraft Safety Equipment Ford, 30.315, 178.130
31) Morgan Shepherd, No. 89 Chevrolet, 30.504, 177.026
32) Joey Gase, No. 52 Donate Life/DB Sales Chevrolet, 30.537, 176.835
33) Travis Kvapil(i), No. 15 Ford, 30.590, 176.528
34) TJ Bell, No. 97 VroomBrands Chevrolet, Owner Points,
35) Dexter Bean, No. 92 BuckedUp Apparel Chevrolet, Owner Points,
36) Derrike Cope, No. 70 E-hydrate/Circle Track Warehouse Chevrolet, Owner Points,
37) Mike Harmon, No. 74 Elder Heating & Air Dodge, Owner Points,
38) Harrison Rhodes, No. 13 A1 Ticket Sales Chevrolet, Owner Points,
39) Todd Peck, No. 25 Safecraft Safety Equipment Ford, Owner Points,
40) John Jackson, No. 40 CrashClaimsR.Us Toyota, Owner Points,
(i) Ineligible for driver points in this series

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 8:45 PM, 07.08.2016

No. 9 = Four = 51 As Byron Takes Kentucky

William Byron holds off Daniel Hemric

(SPARTA, KY – JULY 7, 2016 – RIS) Wunderkind William Byron continued his record-setting 2016 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season by scoring his fourth victory in the year's ten races contested to date. The win marked Kyle Busch Motorsports' 51st win in the truck series, making this the team with the most series wins.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 12:10 AM, 07.08.2016

Wreckers, Legend Cars, Bandoleros Rule the Roost July 12

one of the garage buildings

[Track press release] CONCORD, N.C. (July 7, 2016) – The Bojangles’ Summer Shootout is no stranger to bumper-banging action among Legend Cars and Bandoleros, but the racing extravaganza set for July 12 at Charlotte Motor Speedway will see the wreckers that normally clean up messes make some of their own in an exciting new showcase of tow truck tenacity on the frontstretch quarter-mile.

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Volume 2016, Issue 6, Posted 6:39 PM, 07.07.2016