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NASCAR Preview: Busch Hopes to ‘Clip’ Competition in Martinsville

BUSCH LOOKS TO BRING ‘AL’ COMPANY WITH MARTINSVILLE WIN

All Seven Dodge Teams Guaranteed A Starting Spot In Sunday’s Race

MARTINSVILLE, Va., (March 26, 2009) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls into southern Virginia for this weekend’s Goody’s Fast Relief 500 at the demanding flat short track of Martinsville Speedway. This weekend’s event is the sixth of 36 point’s races on the Sprint Cup schedule.

The .526-mile track, built in 1947, is often referred to as a ‘paper clip’ for its unique flat and low-banked oval configuration. Martinsville not only tests the mechanical fortitude of race teams, but patience…

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NASCAR Preview: Busch Hopes to ‘Clip’ Competition in Martinsville

NASCAR PREVIEW: Dodge Teams Ready for ‘MARCH MADNESS’ @ Bristol

UPDATE: ALL SEVEN DODGES QUALIFY

Qualifying Results
Food City 500
Bristol Motor Speedway
1. Mark Martin
2. Ryan Newman
3. Jimmie Johnson
4. Greg Biffle
5. Kasey Kahne – Dodge
6. David Reutimann
7.
Reed Sorenson - Dodge
8. Dave Blaney
9. Jamie McMurray
10. Jeff Gordon
(Other Dodge Teams)
22. Elliott Sadler
25. Sam Hornish Jr.
26. AJ Allmendinger
29. David Stremme
32. Kurt Busch 
 

 “As far as the strategy behind my success, I learned from the very first race that you have to be around at the finish to do well at Bristol. It really is a situation of surviving the first 400 laps – keeping the fenders on the thing and staying out…

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NASCAR PREVIEW: Dodge Teams Ready for ‘MARCH MADNESS’ @ Bristol

NASCAR Preview: Dodge Teams Head to Atlanta Focused On Consistency

HAMPTON, Ga. (March 5, 2009) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend for the Kobalt Tools 500, the fourth of 36 point-paying races on the 2009 schedule. The event on the 1.54-mile track leads into a rare open weekend on the schedule followed by back-to-back races on the always action-packed short tracks at Bristol and Martinsville.

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NASCAR Preview: Dodge Teams Head to Atlanta Focused On Consistency