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Pedal To The Floor Power To The Ground
Posted by: newsla on Aug 27, 2012 - 07:15 PM
Pedal To The Floor Power To The Ground

ARCA Series points leader, Chris Buescher was unbreakable as he rose to victory at Madison International Speedway in Oregon, Wisconsin. The 19-year-old raced side by side with Frank Kimmel for several laps in the Herr's Live Life with Flavor 200 before he was able to regain the lead. He then withstood three restarts and won a one-lap sprint to claim his fourth victory of the season.


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The Roush Yates Engines driver exclaimed, "There's a secret behind it all. It defininety worked out and it's something I've gotten used to, and I'm just having a blast."

Buescher extended his points lead to 60 over Kimmel with three races left in the series.

"The Ragin' Cajun", Jason Johnson and Roush Yates Engines proved to be an unstoppable force this weekend winning both Friday and Saturday night in the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series.

Friday, the series raced at Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Oklahoma where Johnson's #41 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.-owned sprint car started in the fourth position. Johnson powered through the field past race leader Logan Forler to win by a straightaway.

I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas was the next stop for the #41 crew. Johnson started back in the eight position and used his Ford powerplant to pass for lead on lap eighteen. This marks Johnson's 64th overall ASCS National Tour win in his career.

Metaled Olympian and Roush Yates Engines driver, Brian Deegan ventured to the Wild West Motorsports Park in Reno, Nevada where he picked up a win in Sunday's Lucas Oil Off Road Truck series Pro 2 Unlimited race. After numerous cautions, the race concluded with a two-lap sprint to the finish. Deegan held off Carl Renezeder to caim the first spot on the podium.

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