Kyle Busch led Joe Gibbs Racing with a sixth-place finish in today’s AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway, while Denny Hamlin finished 18th and Joey Logano was 29th.
Kyle Busch started the No. 18 Interstate Batteries Toyota from the fifth position and was able to race inside the top five for much of the day. Busch was able to lead a lap and pick up the important bonus point for doing so during a round of green flag pit stops on lap 113. The Interstate Batteries Camry would remain inside the top ten for most of the second half of the race despite Busch having to battle changing conditions to his car. Busch would run fourth when the green flag waived for the final restart of the day on lap 366 and he was able to quickly maneuver around Kasey Kahne to take the third spot. Suddenly Busch would find that his 18 car had become extremely loose however and he would spend the final 30 laps battling to remain at the front of the field. Busch would do an outstanding job and brought his Camry across the finish line in the sixth position. Read more
Max Gresham finished third in the Dover 150 at Dover International Speedway Friday and in the process captured the 2011 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship.
“To be a NASCAR champion is the biggest thing and about the only thing that I wanted to do when I started racing,” said Gresham after the event. “Hopefully, there are more to come in the future. This one is as sweet as can be right now.” Read more
Max Gresham rolled to a seventh-place finish as rain and wrecking cut short the New Hampshire 125 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Friday.
The event, which was started under threatening skies, came to a sudden conclusion when Scott Bouley pounded the Turn 2 inside retaining wall on Lap 70. Persistent rain during the ensuing caution flag curtailed the race on Lap 78, well short of its scheduled 125-lap distance. Read more
Kyle Busch led Joe Gibbs Racing with an 11th-place finish in today’s Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, while Joey Logano was 14th and a potential top-five run by Denny Hamlin would end in disappointment when he came up just short on fuel with two laps remaining.
SALEM, IN (SEPTEMBER 18, 2011) – The final rundown of will show Max Gresham finished 10th in Saturday’s Automobile Racing Club of America (ARCA) Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic at Salem (IN) Speedway.
In reality, Gresham was way better than that.
Gresham and his No. 55 Venturini Motorsports entry were easily the fastest car throughout most of the 200-lap event on the treacherous Salem half-mile oval, but a cut tire and a green-flag pit stop for new rubber in the early going put him four laps down to the leaders. Read more