Found July 09, 2012 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Welcome to the July 9, 2012edition of Start ‘N’ Park Blog’s Stock Watch. Each week we’ll take a look at who’s rising, falling, and treading water in the world of NASCAR. This stretches all division and all aspects of NASCAR, including drivers, owners, crew members, media and fans. Finding their way onto this week’s watch includes Kurt Busch, Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., Tony Stewart, RCR #3 NNS Team, TNT’s Wide Open Coverage, Bill Elliott, and AJ Allmendinger. Is your favorite NASCAR personality rising, falling, or treading water? Find out below what Greg and Mike have to say below. Rising Kurt Busch (Nationwide) – Despite damaging his car during Saturday’s Subway Jalapeno 250 Kurt Busch was able to pull off the victory beating Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. back to the line. It was special seeing the raw emotions by Busch and the crew in victory lane after the race. That’s the sort of passion those guys have and it’s great to see them rewarded. This buys Kurt a little more tim...
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