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Schadenfreude Kyle Busch

Guitar Smashing, Cry baby Kyle Bush in the number #18 missed the chase – only separated by 8 points from Greg Biffle . Now there is an argument to be made that someone with that many wins should be in the Chase – and I am not sure I totally disagree….  but that is NASCAR’s issue to deal with.

Kyle Busch

Kyle Busch

Being a Tony Stewart and Kasey Kahne mark – I did not have much vested in the Richmond race,  but that certainly was a great track to have one of tightest races to the Chase we’ve seen in years.

Richmond is my second favorite short track – it would blaspheme for me not claim Bristol as the all time fav – but more on my Bristol Banking thoughts in another post – Richmond truly is the “super-speedway” of the short tracks; 2 and 3 wide, good pits, and lots of tradition.   I hope they keep Richmond as the Chase Deciding Track.

It was excited to see Mark Martin on the pole – what a season the #5 has had – will the Cinderella story continue through Homestead giving Martin his first Cup Championship??  I am betting no, but it does sound like a good script for a sequel – the return of Cole Trickle?


  • Lil’ Hottie Joey Logano finshed as the top rookie in 14th place – I was always afraid that he would start to get uglier as he aged – but he’s staying cute for now.
  • Denny Hamlin for the win!
  • Juan Pablo Montoya – come one people; all the haters saying the open wheelers could not compete – 3 seasons worth of “practice” and your in the chase……
  • Brian Vickers – thanks for keeping Kyle out :-)
  • Carl Edwards – even on a broken foot – nice work!  ….now take of your shirt more often please!
  • uber Hottie Kasey Kahne nice top 15 finish and you looked damn fine doing it

Complete finishing order for Richmond Chevy Rock and Roll 400

Chevy Rock and Roll 400

Chevy Rock and Roll 400

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