Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Texas Weekend

Hey everyone! NASCAR just raced in Texas,  Camping World Truck Series, Nationwide and Sprint Cup all were racing this time. 

Friday was the Truck race. Ty Dillon was the winner and led 130 laps. Johnny Sauter was second, Ron Hornaday, Jr. was third, Brendan Gaughan was fourth and Justin Loftin was fifth with three laps led. James Buescher, who led two laps, Darrell Wallace, Jr., Miguel Paludo, John Wes Townley and Matt Crafton rounded out the top ten.  Pole sitter Jeb Burton was 26th after running out of fuel. Kyle Busch led 2 laps, but had a blown engine on lap 96, so his day was over then.

Saturday was the Nationwide race.  Brad Keselowski was the winner and led 106 laps. Denny Hamlin was second with 45 laps led, Sam Hornish, Jr. was third with two laps led, Matt Kenseth was fourth with 42 laps led and Austin Dillon was fifth with two laps led. Rounding out the top ten were  Regan Smith, Elliot Sadler, Brian Scott, Kyle Larson and Brad Sweet. Pole-sitter Alex Bowman was 18th after leading three laps.  Jeff Green, filling in for Eric McClure who sat out this race for a medical issue was 27th.

Sunday was the Cup race. Race winner Jimmie Johnson dominated with 255 laps led. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. was second, Joey Logano was third with one lap led, Matt Kenseth was fourth with three laps led and Kasey Kahne was fifth.  Rounding out the top ten were Brad Keselowski in sixth after leading 30 laps, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick, Ryan Newman in ninth after two laps led and Clint Bowyer Pole-sitter Carl Edwards led 38 laps before a blown engine on lap 187 relegated him to 37th.


  1. It sounds like you were really into watching the races. Cool!

  2. I said they're a real big interest in my intro post. I don't have cable TV so I got the info online. When race season's over, I'll be more Aspie life focused in my blog.