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  • Unfortunately, he was wiped out late in the race by the 38-car

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      The Nationwide Series of NASCAR ran their Father’s Day weekend race in Milwaukee. The 250 race featured mostly Nationwide regulars since the Sprint Cup race on Sunday is in California. Only points championship contenders Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch flew in for the race. With their cars having been qualified by other drivers,

      these two started in the back of the field, although it didn’t take long for them to crack the top fifteen. Edwards did it in 18 laps, and eventually Busch drove all the way to the lead.

      Erik Darnell was the pole sitter and led for a while early on. There was a lot of side-by-side ...

      • racing and some excellent competitive juices showing on the track. It was much more enjoyable than the truck race that was run earlier in the day.

        Darnell and Brad Coleman had some great racing in those early laps, and the young Coleman took the lead for a while, too. Unfortunately, he was wiped out late in

        the race by the 38-car. This was right after Edwards had fought Busch for the lead, taking it after a several lap battle.

        In the end, we finally got to see a back flip this season as Edwards won his first race of the year. It felt good to watch him.

        Good, reasonably vibrant race for the Nationwide series.

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