2010 NASCAR Nationwide Stater Bros. 300 race  » Sport  »
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  • She didn't look happy at the end of the race, so either driving around for a couple of hours behind everyone else bugged her, or maybe she just didn't like the pit road lessons she hopefully learned
  • My Nationwide favorite, Carl Edwards, finished fourth

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      The Nationwide Series continued on February 20, 2010 with the Stater Bros. 300, held in California. Joey Logano had the pole, with his teammate Kyle Busch on the outside. It probably wasn’t a big surprises that this front row ended up in the heat of the battle when the checkered flag waved some 300 miles later.

      For many, the curiosity remains open car racer Danica Patrick as she moves forward with her stock car career. It’s hard to say whether or not she had a


      good or a bad day. As soon as the race began, she dropped back to the end of the field. In fact, she dropped way back, content to just drive around the oval and get time behind the wheel. Ultimately, she finished 31st, her vehicle unscathed by anything other than pit road penalties. She didn’t look happy at the end of the race, so either driving around for a couple of hours behind everyone else bugged her, or maybe she just didn’t like ...

      • the pit road lessons she hopefully learned.

        As for the race, though, it was pretty calm in my estimation. There were a couple of scraps and just a few cautions. Mostly, they raced, and that was good to see. It did end on a green-white checker that actually proved to have the most exciting racing of the event. Logano had led for well over a hundred laps and looked to have things in control, but Greg Biffle got him loose on the restart and

        then bumped him all the way out of the finish. It’s the first time in post race that I’ve seen Logano looking a little … displeasured and talking like it, too. I guess the innocence had to end.

        Kyle Busch got the win, with Biffle 2nd. My Nationwide favorite, Carl Edwards, finished fourth. I’m waiting for his first win of the season.

        All in all, the race was okay. There were lead changes and lots to watch, but overall, it was a calm event.




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