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  • The NASCAR 2009 Nationwide Race - Fontana was a bit one sided, unfortunately

    • by Orrymain

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      The NASCAR 2009 Nationwide Race - Fontana was a bit one sided, unfortunately. Kyle Busch pretty much walked away with the win, which was a record-setting second win for the day, since he had already won the truck race. No driver had ever won two major events in the same day before. At the end of the race, the talk was about whether he

      could sweep the weekend and win the Sprint Cup race on Sunday.

      I couldn’t help but feel for Greg Biffle, who spun himself. It just seems like Greg has done a lot of spinning this year.

      It was heartbreak, though, for Brad Keselowski. I really like this up and coming driver. He was taken out by not fault of his own while in top ten.

      • When it’s not of your own making, it’s just horrible to have your race end early. Brad probably would have come home with a great finish otherwise.

        My favorite, Carl Edwards, did get to lead a couple of laps, but his car just wasn’t as good as Kyle’s. Carl was leading with 16 to go, but Kyle gave him a tap, and that made Carl’s

        60 car loose. He lost some spots but fought back for a fourth place finish.

        Kudos have to go to Joey Logano who held Edwards to that fourth spot. It was a huge battle for several of the last laps, but the young driver held his line and almost got the second spot from Kevin Harvick.

        Still, the race lacked excitement, mostly because it was a Busch runaway.

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