Kurt Bush won his 22nd career win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series after winning the Coca Cola 600, one of the longest, most challenging events in the actual season.
This is Kurt?s second win of the season. His first came last week in this same track after he took the All-Stars race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. He took the 1 million purse,http://www.47492.info/47492_com/201503/16.html
, on of the largest in the professional circuit.
Kurt?s victory in Charlotte was a hard blow for the Earnhardt Ganassi Racing team. Previously,http://www.4812345.info/www_4812345_com/201503/31.html
, Dario Franchiti had given the Ganassi team the victory on the Indianapolis 500 in the Indycar Series. Jamie McMurray was expected to give his team the great satisfaction of winning to mayor events on one single day. But Kurt got in his way.
Kurt got out from the second spot in the starting grid. Ryan Newman had gained the Pole Position in the previous qualification runs, but couldn?t keep up with the race intense rhythm and was pushed back; he finished 9th.
This edition of the Coca Cola 600 was characterize by the very competitive spirit of the racers. There were many close persecutions, and the leader changed constantly throughout the whole race.
Lap after lap,http://www.47492.info/47492_com/201503/14.html
, Busch kept defending himself from the many attacks from the other competitors. The elder of the Busch brother put on a great fight and he was able to stay in control of his racecar. He drove flawlessly, and he kept his car away from the accidents behind him.
Ryan Newman had a great race. Even though he did not finish among the top racers, he sure enough had a great performance in those laps when he stayed in front of the race. After every restart, Newman was capable of moving up to the front. In a similar manner, Kurt Busch kept moving swiftly to the front of the race.
The leaders kept changing positions in and out. It was very hard to determine who would be the driver to get to the finish line and win all the marbles,http://www.3029.info/xianggangliuhenabushengxiaoshi/201503/33.html
. This competiveness kept the spectators thrilled and cheering for their favorite drivers.
Despite the constant crashes and accidents over the racetrack,http://www.4897.info/liuhehaoma/201503/31.html
kaijiang/201503/12.html, non too serious, the stop and go?s did affect some of the drivers performances. One of the incidents that cought the eye was Jimmie Johnson?s crash in the 167th lap.
Johnson, the Sprint Cup defending champion, lost control of his vehicle and slid backwards, hitting the safety wall. Johnson affected two other vehicles,http://www.htcsy.info/liuheluntan/201503/34.html
, Denny Hamlin among them, who went straight into the center of the track to avoid the collision.
As the safety-car was coming out to control the pace and take the cars out of the track, Kyle Busch, the younger of the brothers, was part of another accident. He collided with Brad Keselowski?s car when entering the pits. Both drivers suffered the consequences of the impact.
In the 273 lap, again Johnson was involved in another accident. This time around his car went straight into the wall. He came back on the 306 lap after many repairs and finished 37th.
With only 23 laps to go, Jamie McMurray, who was in front of the pack, suffered an accident. Behind him, Kurt Busch and Matt Kenseth took advantage of the crash and moved forward. When the race restarted these two where well in place to fight for the podium.
Kurt Busch kept going without too many problems and finished first. Mc Murray climbed positions and finished 2nd,http://www.88829.info/xianggangzuizaokaijiangjieguo/201503/13.html
. Kyle Busch had a great recovery and finished third.