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  • What I loved was that a Nationwide regular won the race

    • by Orrymain

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      From the always exciting Bristol Motor Speedway, the 2010 NASCAR Nationwide The Scotts Turf Builder 300 race took place on Saturday, March 20. The close racing quarters are what really keep the drivers alert and the fans watching every second.

      The thrill of this race began before the event began because the pole sitter was Brad Keselowski and starting right behind him was Carl Edwards.

      These two have a heated history, so the anticipation was high from the get go. Brad spun his tires right off the bat, though, and Carl just sailed by him, more or less putting an end to their potential drama on the day.

      There were a number of single and/or double car incidents throughout the race, but only a couple of multi-car wrecks, the ...

      • worst to me being the one that took out Steven Wallace and had Colin Braun’s 16-car resting atop another one. Fire was visible on that one, so it was an eye popper and it did red flag the race for a time.

        What I loved was that a Nationwide regular won the race. That is a rare occurrence. The honor went to Justin

        Allgaier with the top five rounded out with Keselowski, Kyle Busch, Edwards, and Kevin Harvick. It was a recently exciting race that had several leaders and good racing. There was a spark on the final lap, though, when Harvick took out Joey Logano, spinning out that 20-car. Logano was visibly upset and even refused to speak on television. As they say, that’s Bristol.

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