Weekend Recap: Busch, Kahne Earn Top 10s at Dover; Dodge Places Four in Top 20

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DOVER, Del., (May 31, 2009) – The one-mile concrete oval of Dover International Speedway served up a mild impersonation of its ‘Monster Mile’ nickname at Sunday’s Autism Speaks 400. Notorious for chewing up race cars and frustrating drivers, Dover was mild-mannered and well-behaved.

With heavy over-night rain showers, Dodge drivers were greeted by a green racing surface with limited rubber build up, forcing crew chiefs and drivers to chase an unknown race track. NASCAR issued a mandatory competition yellow flag on lap 30 to allow teams and Goodyear to examine potentially aggressive tire wear. In total, NASCAR…

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Weekend Recap: Busch, Kahne Earn Top 10s at Dover; Dodge Places Four in Top 20

Dodge Boys Racing: Respect the Bus… and More To Keep You Connected

Dodge Boys Racing: Respect the Bus… and More To Keep You Connected

Weekend Preview: Kahne, Hornish Jr. Look to Build on Recent Success at Lowe’s

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CONCORD, N.C. (May 20, 2009) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to the 1.5-mile quad-oval of Lowe’s Motor Speedway for this weekend’s 50th running of the Coca-Cola 600 – a four hundred lap, 600-mile endurance test of both man and machine.

As NASCAR’s longest race, the Coca-Cola 600 has embraced career-defining debuts, victories and action each year since its 1960 christening — an inimitable formula of distance and difficulty that hasn’t mellowed with the years.

All seven of the Dodge drivers entered in the Coca-Cola 600 are assured berths in the event which starts in the late afternoon and…

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Weekend Preview: Kahne, Hornish Jr. Look to Build on Recent Success at Lowe’s