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Elliott Sadler escaped getting involved in any of the record 12 yellows on Saturday night and snuck past Ryan Blaney to claim his third win of the season in the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at Kentucky Speedway. Daniel Suarez was second, followed by Blaney, Sam Hornish, Jr. and Matt Tifft. Read more
Letter of the Race: Sunday's Bad Boy Off Road 300 was brought to you by the letter F for "Fresh Tires." While Kyle Busch couldn't get all the way up for the win late, he went on a charge after stopping for tires with 34 laps to go. He made it all the way up to third and very well could have won the race if Trevor Bayne hadn't had wrecked in the final 15 laps. - Phil Allaway
Quotes to Remember: Bad Boy Off Road 300
"I thought I had a tire go down. I don't know what else it could have been. I hadn't been loose into three all day and all of a sudden it just jumped out. We had some right side damage on that run and I couldn't tell you. I don't know at this point. The right rear looks up, but it just got really loose in and I backed it into the wall. It was a hard hit." - Trevor Bayne, finished 38th (Crashed Out)
by Amy Henderson
Standalone: NASCAR's Minor Leagues Bring Intrigue in Chase Openers
Pace Laps: Sleepless Nights for Sprint Cup Stars and Minor League Excitement
by the Frontstretch Staff
Q: The September race at Loudon replaced the Tyson Holly Farms 400 at North Wilkesboro on the schedule. The 1989 edition of that race had a very memorable conclusion. What happened?
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