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May 19th, 2013
Jimmie Johnson recovered from his qualifying mistakes to take the $1 million NASCAR Sprint Cup All-Star race for a second straight year and the fourth time in his career. Such a result looked unlikely when Johnson overshot the Hendrick pit and then received a penalty for a missing lugnut during Friday’s qualifying session .
March 17th, 2013
Kasey Kahne made up for the disappointment of being denied Las Vegas victory last week with a great drive to win at Bristol Motor Speedway.
November 17th, 2012
Joey Logano claimed pole position at Homestead in his final NASCAR Sprint Cup race for Joe Gibbs Racing, while points leader Brad Keselowski qualified third, seven places ahead of title rival Jimmie Johnson. The result is Keselowski’s best starting position of the Chase
September 1st, 2012
Tony Stewart claimed his first pole position of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season in qualifying for Sunday’s race at Atlanta. The reigning champion beat the previous benchmark set by points leader Greg Biffle with a lap of 29.787 seconds at an average speed of 186,121 mph around the mile-and-a-half oval.
July 28th, 2012
Denny Hamlin claimed his second NASCAR Sprint Cup pole position of the season in qualifying for Sunday’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver set a laptime of 49.244 seconds at an average speed of 182.793 mph, which beat the previous benchmark set by his team-mate Joey Logano. Roush Fenway Racing’s Carl Edwards, who enters the weekend with a new crew chief, came closest to beating Hamlin and will start from the front row of the grid.
April 27th, 2012
Mark Martin claimed his second NASCAR Sprint Cup series pole position of the season in qualifying for Saturday night’s race at Richmond. The Michael Waltrip Racing veteran had been quickest in the opening practice session and backed up his speed by bumping Roush Fenway’s Carl Edwards from pole after being the last car to complete his qualifying run. Martin, 53, set a time of 21.040 seconds on his second flying lap, at an average speed of 128.327 mph around the 0.755-mile track, beating Edwards by a mere six thousandths of a second.
February 23rd, 2012
Matt Kenseth grabbed victory in the second of the Gatorade Duel qualifying races at Daytona with a final-lap move on Roush Fenway team-mate Greg Biffle.
February 18th, 2012
Martin Truex Jr drew pole position for NASCAR’s non-championship Budweiser Shootout curtain-raiser at Daytona.
November 14th, 2011
Kasey Kahne claimed his first victory for Red Bull Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ahead of Chase contenders Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart at Phoenix on Sunday.
November 7th, 2011
Tony Stewart claimed back-to-back wins for the second time in this year’s Chase, winning his fourth race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season on Sunday at Texas. The Stewart Haas driver continued to close on the series points lead after beating Chase leader Carl Edwards with a categoric win, taking home a perfect score that now places him only three points behind his Roush Fenway rival. Edwards tried putting the pressure on Stewart in the final laps as both spent most of the race at the sharp end of the field but in the end he did not have anything for him despite Roush Fenway cars looking like the class of the field for most of the event
May 21st, 2011
Kyle Busch claimed pole position for Saturday’s NASCAR Sprint All-Star race after he and the Joe Gibbs team were fastest through the unique qualifying format. Drivers had to complete three flying laps including a four-tyre pitstop, and Busch and his crew were quicker than the opposition, beating Richard Childress Racing’s Clint Bowyer, who had just set the benchmark before Busch went out last and bumped him from pole. The Joe Gibbs Racing driver had set the pace earlier in practice, where he looked both quick and consistent at a track where he has yet to win in a Cup car
May 15th, 2011
Matt Kenseth secured his second victory of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season with a late tyre gamble at Dover. The Roush Fenway Ford driver was among a group who chose to only change two wheels at the final stops and vaulted to the front, from where Kenseth was able to hang on and beat Mark Martin and Marcos Ambrose to the win
May 8th, 2011
Regan Smith secured his first race victory in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series by gambling on strategy and then fending off a huge challenge from Carl Edwards at Darlington on Saturday night. Edwards looked set for the win after overtaking long-time leader Kasey Kahne with 27 laps to go and then pulling away. But a yellow 10 laps from the end saw Smith, Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart stay out and move to the front as the rest of the field pitted.
May 1st, 2011
Kyle Busch scored his third Richmond NASCAR Sprint Cup race win in as many years on Saturday night, as he held off his Joe Gibbs Racing team-mate Denny Hamlin – another track specialist – to secure victory.
April 17th, 2011
Reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson took his first victory of 2011 in an ultra-tight finish at Talladega. Eight cars crossed the line as one at the chequered flag as the four Hendrick cars, and duos from Richard Childress Racing and Roush Fenway Racing formed a drafting pack through the last lap. Helping by a push from his team-mate Dale Earnhardt Jr, Johnson came through on the line to snatch victory from RCR’s Clint Bowyer by just 0.002 seconds.
February 17th, 2011
Jeff Burton beat his Richard Childress Racing team-mate Clint Bowyer to victory in the second Gatorade Duel as the 43-car field was set for Sunday’s Daytona 500. Bowyer pushed the Chevrolet of his team-mate all the way from the final green flag waved with three laps to go, opening a gap that put them out of their rivals’ reach on the final lap of the race. As they approached the start/finish line, Bowyer stepped out of line while trying to beat Burton on the outside, but missed victory by just five thousandths of a second