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Sharpie 500 at Bristol Recap

Posted by chadmusselman on August 24, 2008

Go, Carl, go!! Don’t take crap from Kyle “it’s okay if I bump someone, but don’t bump me” Busch. After Carl passed Kyle he pretty much pulled away and had the win, but sore loser Kyle couldn’t let it end at that and had to bump Carl, and I though it was great when he let Kyle know he wasn’t going to take is crap. Should make for a good Chase!!

From NASCAR.com:
Edwards bumped back, and Busch’s No. 18 Toyota went spinning. To make matters worse, NASCAR summoned Busch to the sanctioning body’s transporter after the race.
“Let’s make it real clear — I’m not apologizing for it,” Edwards said, citing several instances where he felt like Busch took him out of races to gain positions. “We’re even.
“They keep talking about rivalries,” Edwards added. “We might have one now.”

So, on to my recommendations, and how they did:

Chaser: Jeff Burton
Jeff was collected in a wreck on lap 195 and finished way down in 42nd.

Alternate Chaser: Kyle Busch
We all know he did pretty good, but finished 2nd to Cousin Carl.

Greg Biffle
Biffle had a good run and finished 11th. Not too bad.

Dale Earnhardt Jr.
Dale finished 18th, not too bad, after serving a pass-through penalty for making a pass before the start finish line on a restart.

Darkhorse: Aric Almorila
Aric ran in the top 10 most of the night and took home a 13th place finish. A very good run for him!

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