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With one week in the books here are this week’s Start ‘N’ Park Blog Pick ‘Em Challenge results. Below is the breakdown for this week and overall for the year. Brandon and Michael tied by correctly picking Kyle Busch on Saturday, who did capture the win. On Sunday Brittany went with Kyle and got the same result, max points, and that helped her move up in the standings. Below is the breakdown of the picks and the points. Nationwide Series For The Week Brandon: Kyle Busch (1st) – 6 points Michael: Kyle Busch (1st) – 6 points Brittany: Elliott Sadler (7th) – 3 points Matt: Brian Vickers (34th) – 2 points Jason: Brian Vickers (34th) – 2 points Sprint Cup Series For The Week Brittany: Kyle Busch (1st) – 6 points Matt: Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (2nd) – 4 points Jason: Jimmie Johnson (12th) – 3 points Michael: Jimmie Johnson (12th) – 3 points Brandon: Brad Keselowski – (23rd) 1 point Overall For The Week Brittany: 9 points Michael: 9 points Brandon: 7 points Matt: 6 points Jason: 5 points Campin
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