Kasey Kahne Sweeps at Lowe's Print
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Sunday, 15 October 2006 04:56

KAHNE SWEEPS LOWE'S

Kasey Kahne led 134 of 334 laps Saturday night to win the Bank of America 500 and sweep both Nextel Cup Series races this season at Lowe’s Motor Speedway.

Kahne passed Jimmie Johnson with 26 laps to go and never looked back crossing the finish line almost a full second ahead of Johnson who took second.

Online sports betting site Pinnacle Sports had Kahne listed at +468 for Saturday’s race. Bettors who backed Kahne for the win saw a $468 payout for every $100 bet.

The victory was the sixth of the season for Kahne which leads all Nextel Cup Series drivers. Despite the win Kahne only gained 25 points and one position moving from ninth to eighth on Cup Series leader Jeff Burton who finished third Saturday.

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NASCAR: Riggs Wins 3rd Pole at LMS Print
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Friday, 13 October 2006 03:20

SCOTT RIGGS WINS BUD POLE FOR BANK OF AMERICA 500

There have been three Nextel Cup Series races at Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte this year and Scott Riggs has been on the pole for all of them.

It will be an all Evernham Motor Sports front row with Riggs knocking teammate Kasey Kahne off the pole late in the qualifying session with a qualifying speed of 191.469 mph. That speed was over a mile per hour faster then Kahne who posted a 190.194 mph.

In a bizarre turn of events Kurt Busch who qualified third for the Bank of America 500 had his qualifying time thrown out after his Miller Lite Dodge failed post race inspection.

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Wild Finish at Talladega Print
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Monday, 09 October 2006 03:26

Vickers Wins Wild Finish at Talladega

Brian Vickers won his first career Nextel Cup race after a wild final lap at the Talladega Super Speedway in the UAW Ford 500. Vickers triggered a collision on the final lap while running third to take out first place Dale Earnhardt Jr. and second place Jimmie Johnson. Earhardt dominated the final laps after trouble early that saw him a lap down at one point. Sunday’s victory was the first win for Vickers in 106 Nextel Cup Series starts.

Online Sports Book Bodog.com had Brian Vickers listed as a 30/1 underdog for Sunday's race. Bettors who had confidence in Vickers were able to turn every $100 bet into an incredible $3000 payout.

Jeff Burton leaves Talladega the Chase for the Nextel Cup points leader but only by a slim margin. Burton was running fifth with 10 laps to go when he felt a tire going down on the final restart of the race. That flat cost Burton valuable time on pit road and shuffled him back to a 27th place finish.

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Tony Stewart Wins Banquet 400 Print
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Sunday, 01 October 2006 10:30

Stewart Coasts to Victory in Kansas


Tony Stewart coasted to victory Sunday, literally. Stewart ran out of fuel on the final lap of the Banquet 400 at Kansas Speedway after gambling to not pit and try to win the race on fuel mileage. The gamble paid off for Stewart as he wins his third race of the season.

Stewart had a 17 second lead over second place Casey Mears when he ran out of fuel. Mears looked poised to potentially win his first Nextel Cup Series race when he began to run out of fuel as well when he took the white flag. Mears' misfortune allowed Stewart to limp into Victory Lane for the first time at Kansas.

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Banquet 400: Winning Isn't Everything? Print
Friday, 29 September 2006 17:40

Banquet 400: Winning Isn't Everything?
by Christopher Harris

It's time for a change.

Three events into the Chase for the Championship, which I'll once again admit is a success story that I didn't see coming, and there's exactly one format adjustment I'd make. I'm not claiming I'm the first to think of it, but I'll bang the drum a little louder. (No, I'm not talking about fewer commercials, or side-by-side racing. That's needed even more, but corporate whore-mongering is what our sport does best.) Here's my latest stump: winning should count more.

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Sprint Cup - Odds to Win the Crown Royal/Brickyard 400 @ Indianapolis Motor Speedway
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Kevin Harvick #4 +750
Jeff Gordon #24 +800
Tony Stewart #14 +1000
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