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Start 'N' Park Blog:
With one week in the books here are this week’s Start ‘N’ Park Blog Pick ‘Em Challenge results. Brittany pulled out to an early lead getting the highest finishing driver in the Truck Series. Matt answered back by not only getting the highest finishing driver, but got the bonus point for picking Tony Stewart to win. For Sprint Cup it was ugly, two drivers were picked and Kyle Busch was able to out finish Kevin Harvick, handing the maximum points to Jason and Matt. Overall Matt is our leader followed by Jason a point behind, then a three way tie for last between Brandon, Brittany, and Michael.
Camping World Truck Series
Brittany: Ty Dillon (6th) – 5 points
Michael: Ryan Blaney (8th) – 4 points
Brandon: Matt Crafton (9th) – 3 points
Jason: Ross Chastain (14th) – 2 points
Matt: Clay Greenfield (26th) – 1 point
Matt: Tony Stewart (1st) – 6 points
Jason: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (4th) – 4 points
Brandon: Regan Smith (14th) – 3 points
Michael: Kasey Kahne (20th) – 2 points
Brittany: Austin Dillon (21st) – 1 point
Sprint Cup Series
Jason: Kyle Busch (34th) – 5 points
Matt: Kyle Busch (34th) – 5 points
Brandon: Kevin Harvick (42nd) – 3 points
Brittany: Kevin Harvick (42nd) – 3 points
Michael: Kevin Harvick (42nd) – 3 points
Matt - 12 points
Jason - 11 points
Brandon - 9 points
Brittany - 9 points
Michael - 9 points
BEST OF MAXIM
Many people tabbed Kevin Harvick as the favorite entering last Sunday’s Daytona 500.
And rightfully so, as he won the season opening race for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in the Sprint Unlmited and looked very strong. He backed that up with another dominating win in the Budweiser Duels on Thursday.
He seemed to have a solid car early in the Daytona 500 on Sunday, but was caught...
Toyota driver ran well at Daytona but finished race in garage with engine woes…
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams spend more than two months during the offseason preparing for the season-opening and most prestigious race, the Daytona 500 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.
Despite all that preparation by the more than 43 Sprint Cup drivers, followed by 12-plus days spent in Daytona by those that go the distance, only one driver-and...
Matt Kenseth led the most laps in the Daytona 500 -- but a third Harley J. Earl trophy wasn't meant to be in 2013.
After taking command at the point for the fourth time on Sunday afternoon, he led his 86th lap when he fell off the pace and turned over the lead to Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin.
"We're getting ready to blow up," said Kenseth, who initially...
Team Chevy drivers Juan Pablo Montoya, Kevin Harvick, Tony Stewart, and Kasey Kahne were all involved in a lap 32 accident during the Daytona 500 from the Daytona International Speedway. Below are quotes from those drivers regarding the accident.
JUAN PABLO MONTOYA, NO. 42 TARGET CHEVROLET SS, INVOLVED IN MULTI-CAR INCIDENT ON LAP 32 OF THE DAYTONA 500:
WHAT HAPPENED: “Somebody...
Many observers thought the Sprint Cup teams with Toyota Racing Development engines would start off the strongest this season.
No less than last year’s Sprint Cup champion, Brad Keselowski, said late in the year that he thought Toyota would have an advantage to start the 2013 season until everyone else could catch up.
Well, the TRD engines were a huge problem this past weekend at...
The first wreck during the 55th running of the Daytona 500 happened on lap 33. The race had just went green from a debris caution.
The No.18 of Kyle Busch got into the rear of No.5 Kasey Kahne sending Kahne flying through the grass just near the start/finish line.
The crash collected big name drivers, Kevin Harvick, Juan Pablo Montoya, Tony Stewart, Casey Mears, Brad...
RCR at “The Desert Jewel” … Team owner Richard Childress has four victories at Phoenix International Raceway, ranking him third on the all-time car owner victories list at the Avondale, Ariz.,-based facility. This includes RCR’s most recent points-paying NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win with driver Kevin Harvick last November; and Harvick’s sweep of both races at PIR in 2006...
By JENNA FRYER
AP Auto Racing Writer
Nobody is as eager to get to Phoenix this weekend as Joe Gibbs Racing, the team that can only view the Daytona 500 as a disaster.
JGR was running 1-2-3 at one point of "The Great American Race" and in prime position to put one of its drivers in Victory Lane. Instead, Matt Kenseth went to pit road with an engine issue after leading...