Found July 12, 2013 on Sports-Glory:

With just eight races remaining until the cutoff for eligibility for the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup, Kurt Busch, who won the series championship in 2004, is currently ninth in the standings without any first place finishes this season. Busch has a third, fourth, two sixths and a 

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