Sunday, October 2, 2011

Truex takes pole at Dover

Martin Truex Jr beat NASCAR Sprint Cup title contender Kurt Busch to pole position for Sunday's Chase race at Dover International Speedway. The Michael Waltrip Racing driver set a fastest lap of 22.641 seconds at an average speed of 159.004 mph, beating Penske's Busch by just three thousandths of a second to claim his first pole position of the season at the track where he got his only Cup victory thus far, back in 2007. "We've had a really good car the last couple of times we've been here," said Truex.


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Tim Viens president of announced today that Warren Carpentry Services would be the primary sponsor for Means Motorsports and the #52 driven by Kevin Lepage this Saturday in the OneMain Financial 200. Mr. Viens was quoted as saying “I am pleased to introduce a great company like Warren Services to this team and NASCAR,...more»


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Hornaday picks up 50th career Trucks Series win


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CUP: Most Chasers Face Tough Climb Today At Dover

Poor qualifying efforts spread championship contenders through starting grid?


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Minneapolis?s Midtown Greenway: Good for Bikes, Good for Business

In the increasingly heated competition to see who deserves the title of America’s most bike-friendly city, Minneapolis has plenty going for it. Last year Bicycling magazine anointed the city tops in the nation, knocking Portland off its long-held perch.
The Twin Cities are undergoing a steady transformation into a more bike-oriented region thanks to nearly 100 [...]


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Ekstrom on Valencia pole

Mattias Ekstrom took his second DTM pole position of the year at Valencia while title contenders Martin Tomczyk and Bruno Spengler both endured disastrous sessions. Ekstrom had made it through to the one-lap Q4 shoot-out after setting the fastest lap time of the weekend in the previous section of qualifying, and used the advantage afforded by being the last driver to take to the track to take the 19th pole of his DTM career in a time of 1m30.608s. Surprisingly DTM rookies Filipe Albuquerque and Renger van der Zande will start second and third after the Rosberg Audi and Persson Mercedes drivers took their career-best starting spots; Albuquerque 0.413s slower than Ekstrom in Q4


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