Bud Shootout Recap: Busch saves it twice, edges Stewart; Kurt Busch impresses in Phoenix Racing debut; Clint Bowyer battles back from early spin.
Kevin Harvick survived a bout with flu-like symptoms, missing Bud Shootout practice, and a green-white-checker finish to win his second consecutive Bud Shootout under caution. Harvick took the lead on lap 75, and earned the victory when the field was frozen due to a caution for a multi-car accident.
Red Bull Racing announced that Ken Schrader will drive the team’s No. 82 Toyota in the 2010 Bud Shootout. Schrader, a two-time Shootout winner, is eligible thanks to a change in the rules this year. Scott Speed, the regular driver of the No. 82, is not eligible.
Kevin Harvick lost the draft twice, managed to dodge several wrecks, and used a last-lap pass on Jamie McMurray to win the 2009 Bud Shootout, his first Shootout victory in his career. Following a late wreck, the field was set for a green-white-checker finish. McMurray led the field to the green on the restart, and had a […]
Picking 22nd to determine his starting spot in the Bud Shootout, Yates Racing’s Paul Menard picked the pole and will lead the field to the green on Saturday night. Richard Petty Motorsports’ Elliott Sadler will start outside row one. Sadler’s teammate Reed Sorenson will start third, with Scott Speed of Red Bull Racing and Joe Gibbs […]