Saturday, October 10, 2009

Carl Edwards likes Auto Club Speedway

The racing got a little tight at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday for the NASCAR Nationwide Series race. Carl Edwards might have been the greatest benefactor of the rough racing. He finished third in the race, but closed the gap on Kyle Busch, the leader in the Nationwide Series.
Busch started the race, but was relieved by Denny Hamlin after the first pit stop. Busch was suffering from flu-like symptoms.
Hamlin was leading the race, but he was collected late and taken out of contention. Hamlin finished in 31st driving for Busch.
As a result, Edwards knocked 90 points off Busch's lead in the Nationwide standings and is now 155 points out of first.

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