NASCAR: Hoorahs of the International Speedway Dover:
All through the weekend we spent in the NASCAR Speedway Dover International, we learned that the "new Kyle's" is capable of dominating the race easily and "Old Kyle's" apart from its stunning. We experienced that even the best in the dealing can be very fast to their own benefit. From the driver’s perspective that it is not a good idea to ram another vehicle, before the race restarts, when it is being watched by Live television and we also learned from the old saying about races "eight wheels, much better than four” is not applicable when you are driving down the ditch road. With the presence of such thoughts in mind, let’s commence with:
HOORAH to Kyle Busch; when it moves toward the supporter base then it does not seem to be any more ordinary ground for car race drivers. Either you want to be elected for the next President of the club or you wish to be a fan who is mocked the loudest when his name is announced at the public crowd. Despite of the factor that how you feel for him, his position on the track, and the statistics results that come with it, cannot be overlooked or rejected.
This was particularly right that during the NASCAR weekend in Dover; Sunday afternoon Busch went 131 rounds ahead of the Autism Speaks 400 from Hershey's milk and milk shakes. He won the second NASCAR Sprint Cup of the season, his 2nd victory at Dover and his 18th career success.
This victory also raised his position to second place in the Championship standings and he brought himself just 69 points away from Kevin Harvick leader. It was also amazing due to the reason that he had no radio communication with his crew chief and with spotter for the major segment of the race.
A day before at NASCAR Nationwide Series, Busch’s performance was entirely outstanding: and he won striking statistics throughout the key players of 200-191 of 205 laps. At the finishing moments multi car accident resulted to green white checker finish and a red flag. There is a race in the late multi-car accident led to the flag of both red and white checker finish green.
Though this eliminated his mega race lead, it did not prevent the Busch to win his fourth race of the season, second win at Dover and his career 34 wins. While setting new track record, he appeared with victory during the qualifying race.
After getting a lead of 172 of the 200 rounds, on Friday night it seemed that Busch was going to win NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Dover 200. Greatest surprising for everyone is that, Busch Toyota took a breath during the restart and turn into one of several trucks that must come to ditched road for gas. This cost a race, and kept the rhythm to finish at 16th place.
Bosch scores achieved in Dover are absolutely amazing. During three days of race series, Bosch sprinted three races totaling 900 rounds and led 494 of those laps. This effort made a sum of over $390,000, absolutely by Bosch and his racing team, Joe Gibbs. Now Bosch has won two of the last three NASCAR Sprint Cup races. Eventually Denny Hamlin, the associate of Joe Gibbs racing team, was the third winner. That’s how we get HOORAHS.