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Kurt Busch Takes Dodge To Victory Lane In Budweiser Shootout


 

Kurt Busch is considered one of the top restrictor-plate racers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.  However, his racing resume was void a victory at either of the two high-speed superspeedways (Daytona and Talladega) where NASCAR mandates a restrictor plate, that is until Saturday night.  Busch drove the No. 22 Shell/Pennzoil Dodge Charger to victory in the 33rd running of the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.

 

It was Dodge’s first Bud Shootout victory.  Busch was at the helm of the lone Dodge in the 24-car field that included…

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Kurt Busch Takes Dodge To Victory Lane In Budweiser Shootout

NASCAR Season Preview: Dodge Raises the Stakes

Start your engines, folks! This week, Dodge Motorsports kicked off their upcoming 2010 season by announcing a deeper relationship with NASCAR and their partners at Penske Racing. Starting this season, Dodge will expand its stock car racing efforts within not only the Sprint Cup Series (where Dodge has teamed up with Penske since ’01), but also NASCAR’s Nationwide Series, where it’ll back two Penske entries for the first time since returning to Sprint Cup…

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NASCAR Season Preview: Dodge Raises the Stakes

Two Top-12 Finishes For Dodge as the Chase Heats Up

10-7-09blog-racecar2.jpgDodge’s two top Sprint Cup drivers held their own in Sunday’s Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Speedway: 29th race in the ‘09 Series, third in the end-of-season Chase. Kasey Kahne finished 6th and Kurt Busch 11th, after Tony Stewart’s gutsy two-tire final pit shaved enough time to hold off Jeff Gordon and secure the win. (See the last laps here.)


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Two Top-12 Finishes For Dodge as the Chase Heats Up