NASCAR Nationwide: While running 2nd, Elliott Sadler's car snaps loose and he narrowly misses the inside wall.
not sit look at this. He gets sideways off the corner he cannot let the horse power all the way down and he says look I'm loose and control. number 186. Kyle Busch late falls to third Jeff Gordon was able to take the lead and his 700 career start. And
obviously his team and his effort, but Wally did a great job filling in. "We had a fifth- or sixth-place car -- fighting loose 1 but those two last adjustments were just awesome. To be able to duke it out with Kyle there -- he's a great teammate
end our race. We had just got to the point where I could move off the bottom. I could move up higher because we had been so loose and I felt really good.” Busch was unavailable for comment after the race. However, Rogers said that Busch was “pretty
the Nationwide Series for the 52 time lap 493 caution of the day Elliott Sadler 12 coming into the tourney. He gets a little loose and starts to spin on the apron. He avoids a close call Sadler would stay in the race earlier caution the leaders of the pack
really fast drove I drove up to second I could remove Kyle And then about after the second third pit stop. I think the got loose and honestly we can keep up with that we just we were back to for fifth place car at the very best you know had that position
that's got back up car Rich Miller right there yeah. Oh yeah I'll wait on that point she was way up batting average cutting it loose stuff and then when you get up there is no and Clark got a look you saw Larry back in stepped out it's a little bit she got
is gone from screaming my kid who caused all this I don't know what happened out there just managing and kind of tired and loose and got here. One guy makes in this. Thanks thanks a lot about people living Record player. Look at that we're talking
29. Spend internal soon Jimmie Johnson kind of thing Johnson and Stewart go around now I'll lose. Barber. Stewart gets loose he gets get down into one he gets into Johnson and a 48. And around ago and there's nowhere for Kyle Busch to go he was always
TRUCKS: James Buescher gets loose under Miguel Paludo while battling for the lead, sending Paludo into the wall.