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Start 'N' Park Blog:
With another week in the books, here are this week’s Start ‘N’ Park Blog Pick ‘Em Challenge results.
Jason got the win on Sunday by picking James Buescher, who came home in the 6th place. Matt and Michael figured Kyle Busch’s dominance would continue, but that was not the case with him finishing 27th.
Michael scored some bonus points by picking Matt Kenseth to win, which he did. Matt took a hit when Joey Logano crashed early and finished 39th. Overall the standings tightened up after this week.
Camping World Truck Series For The Week
Jason: James Buescher (6th) – 4 points
Brittany: Timothy Peters (10th) – 3 points
Matt: Kyle Busch (27th) – 2 points
Michael: Kyle Busch (27th) – 2 points
Sprint Cup Series For The Week
Michael: Matt Kenseth (1st) – 5 points
Brittany: Brad Keselowski (6th) – 3 points
Jason: Carl Edwards (17th) – 2 points
Matt: Joey Logano (39th) – 1 point
Overall For The Week
Michael: 7 points
Jason: 6 points
Brittany: 6 points
Matt: 3 points
Camping World Truck Series For The Season
Brittany: 15 points
Matt: 13 point
Michael: 12 points
Brandon: 9 points
Jason: 9 points
Nationwide Series For The Season
Jason: 24 points
Matt: 24 points
Brandon: 19 points
Michael: 19 points
Brittany: 16 points
Sprint Cup Series For The Season
Michael: 33 points
Matt: 29 points
Brittany: 27 points
Brandon: 20 points
Jason: 19 points
Overall For The Season
Matt: 66 points
Michael: 64 points
Brittany: 58 points
Jason: 52 points
Brandon: 48 points
BEST OF MAXIM
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