Whoever finishes highest among the four eligible drivers in the July 12 race at New Hampshire -- the first event in the Dash 4 Cash -- will collect a $100,000 bonus. That person as well as the next three highest-finishing series regulars at New Hampshire will qualify for the next Dash 4 Cash race, scheduled for July 19 at Chicagoland.
Qualifying for the 250-mile Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway came to an abrupt end on Friday afternoon when a pop-up rain shower soaked the backstretch and caused a multi- car crash.
Kasey Kahne won a Nationwide Series race for the first time in seven years after beating Regan Smith to the finish line by only 0.021 seconds in Friday's Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
The second leg in Busch's triple duty at Kentucky is Friday night's 300-mile Nationwide Series race. Busch topped the charts in Thursday's practice session but placed 11th in final practice, held on Friday morning. NASCAR gave Nationwide teams a full-day of testing at this 1.5-mile track on Wednesday.
Kevin Harvick bounced back from his team's mistake on pit road just past the halfway point and then passed Kyle Busch for the lead following a restart with five laps to go to win Friday night's 300- mile Nationwide Series race at Kentucky Speedway.
Hornish also competed in last weekend's Nationwide race at Michigan, driving JGR's No. 20 car to a second-place finish.
Brendan Gaughan became a first time race winner in the Nationwide Series after holding off Alex Tagliani on the final lap in Saturday's rain-soaked Gardner Denver 200 at Road America.
Paul Menard benefited from Joey Logano's mishap in the closing laps to win Saturday's 250-mile Nationwide Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Regan Smith currently holds a four-point lead over Elliott Sadler. Two weeks ago at Dover, Smith finished 10th, while Sadler placed one spot ahead of him in ninth. Both drivers have one win each this season.
Kyle Busch is 4-0 in the Camping World Truck Series in 2014 after putting on another dominating performance on Friday at Dover International Speedway.
Six years ago, Logano made his Nationwide debut at Dover when he was 18 years old. He started ninth and finished sixth.
Kyle Larson claimed his second career win in the Nationwide Series by beating his fellow Sprint Cup Series competitors Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch in Saturday's History 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Elliott has two wins this season -- Texas and Darlington. He has held the points lead for each race since his victory at Texas.
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