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Carl Edward’s; driver of the No.60 Subway Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway Racing had not competed in a NASCAR Nationwide Race (NNS) this season until the race at Watkin’s Glen.
(Below is a video of Edward’s winning the race, complete with the back flip we have waited so long to see!)
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Edward’s told reporters he had missed racing in the NNS Series, “I’ve missed it a little more than I thought I would. It was nice to go over to the garage and see a lot of guys that I haven’t seen for a while,” he said. “It should be a lot of fun. I just talked to Dale Jarrett a little bit. I get to be the in-race reporter, so that will be neat to be part of the broadcast; but overall, I just miss racing with those guys on Saturdays.”
The extra practice Edward’s was getting for the Sprint Cup race Sunday was well worth it, but little did he know that he would come out with the win.
Edward’s took the lead on the restart with 10 to go and edged out Brad Keselowski for his first win o
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Carl Edwards has won the NASCAR Nationwide race at Watkins Glen International.
Edwards, making his first series start of the season, beat Brad Keselowski on a two-lap dash to the checkered flag for his 38th career victory, breaking a tie with Kevin Harvick for third all-time.
Pole-sitter Sam Hornish Jr. finished third, followed by Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Ron Fellows.
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Carl Edwards is batting 1.000.
Grabbing the lead from Brad Keselowski after a restart with 10 laps left in Saturday's Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International, Edwards held on to win his first NASCAR Nationwide Series start of the season.
Edwards took the top spot from Keselowski on lap 73 of 82, completing a pass to the outside as the cars approached the esses at the 2.45-mile...
Carl Edwards is batting 1.000.
Grabbing the lead from Brad Keselowski after a restart with 10 laps left in Saturday's Zippo 200 at The Glen, Edwards held on to win his first Nationwide Series start of the season. The win was also the first for Roush Fenway Racing in Nationwide events at the track.
Edwards took the top spot from Keselowski on lap 73 of 82, completing a pass...
In his 2012 debut in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Carl Edwards took the checker at Watkins Glen today. After the 2011 season, Edwards decided to focus on the Sprint Cup Series championship and not run in the Nationwide Series in 2012 but he wanted to race at Watkins Glen today and he pulled into victory lane.
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