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NASCAR's rules changes brought back the 43-car pack, which produced exciting and dangerous racing at Daytona.
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- The pack is back. And so is the Big One. Kyle Busch edged Tony Stewart in a thrilling finish to the first race of 2012, using a sling-shot pass Saturday night on the last lap of the exhibition Budweiser Shootout to beat the defending NASCAR champion to the checkered flag. It gave Busch a victory in a wild race that included two incredible saves by the eventual...
Say what you will about Kyle Busch. He's not known for having NASCAR's most mellow disposition. He's still looking to live down the Ron Hornaday incident. Say what you will about Rowdy's personality, the kid can drive. Busch came back from two spins to survive win the 2012 Bud Shootout at Daytona last night. Busch spun twice, making great saves both times, then avoided...
NASCAR, more than any other sport, carries the specter of grievous injury, or worse, with it every time the green flag drops. You see the drivers kiss their families goodbye before every race, and there's a part of you that … Continue reading →
Jeff Gordon went upside down for the first time in his career...
And nobody got hurt, just a lap and a half from the flag.
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Kyle Busch twice appeared destined to destroy his race car, and twice used breathtaking saves to keep on running around Daytona International Speedway.
He probably shouldn't have been in position to race with the leaders. Yet there he was, bearing down on the finish line with a shot at winning Saturday night's exhibition Budweiser Shootout, and with a slingshot pass on the...
Kyle Busch used a last-gasp pass of defending NASCAR champion Tony Stewart to grab the first win of the 2012 season at Daytona International Speedway.
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Just plaster an "S" on Kyle Busch's chest right now. His superhuman driving skills landed him in Victory Lane after Saturday night's Bud Shootout -- and make him the one to beat in the Daytona 500.
Well that sure didn’t take long! The dust has barely begun to settle from the finish of the 2012 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona, won by Kyle Busch, and we already have an announcement from NASCAR on the 2013 Shootout eligibility … Continue reading →
About 12 hours after the closest finish in Budweiser Shootout history, NASCAR has tweaked eligibility requirements for the exhibition event.
The sanctioning body says next year's field will include 2012 pole winners in the Sprint Cup Series and past Shootout winners who attempt to qualify for at least one race this season. The new rules mirror those used between 1979 and 2008...
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Kyle Busch rallied from two near-disasters to win Saturday's Budweiser Shootout with a slingshot move past Tony Stewart a few yards from the finish line at Daytona International Speedway.
Starting from the back of the field in a backup car -- necessitated by a wreck in Friday's practice -- Busch won the season-opening...