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Bryan Blanton
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« on: June 12, 2005, 04:56:46 AM »

Hi i wanted to let everybody know that the busch grand national race has been postponed and will be ran on sunday at 11 am central time? 12 p.m. eastern time?

They said it will be shown on fx immeadiatley after the cup race is over with.

Here's a scenario what happens if it rains at both tracks and both races are delayed what if the busch race is delayed again and for a long period of time?

Is there a possibility if the cup race is ran or postponed that carl might make the trip back to nashville from pocono if the busch race is delayed that long?
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« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2005, 04:43:18 PM »

Bryan, if that had happened, yes.  In 2001, Kevin Harvick drove at Memphis on a Sunday in the Busch Series and at Martinsville on a Monday in what was then the Winston Cup.

However, Carl Edwards is primarily a Cup-series driver and couldn't afford to stay an extra day at the Busch track as Harvick did.  In the end, he stayed at Pocono (and won!) while Hank Parker, Jr. took the wheel in the Busch race that day.

P.S. Clint Bowyer won at Nashville for his first-ever Busch Series win.  Edwards fell to fourth in the championship standings; Reed Sorenson is the new leader.

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