NASCAR Race Review: F. W. Webb 175

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Welcome NASCAR race fans to my NASCAR blog. The NASCAR Camping World truck Series raced the F.W. Webb 175 race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon. NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Kyle Busch and Kevin Harvick started from the from row in this race. And Kyle led most of the laps and won the race.

Now, I’m sure, this was exciting for Kyle fans and the announcers. But for NASCAR race fans and Camping World Truck fans, this was not a very exciting race. Once again a Cup driver started from the pole, led most of the laps and won the race. Not a single one of these Truck drivers have ever won a single Sprint Cup race, yet somehow this was an exciting race because kyle beat them all.

Austin Dillon gave it his all and led during a round of Green Flag Pitting, along with Joey Coulter, James Buescher and Todd Bodine. There were two cautions for debris. Harvick finished

With Dillon finishing second, he is in the points lead, while Buescher falls to second. Johnny Sauter remains in third, with Timothy Peters, Ron Hornaday, Matt Crafton and Joey Coulter staying where they were. Cole Whitt and Parker Kligerman trade places while Bodine remains in tenth. Harvick finished third , while Hornaday, Sauter,Matt Crafton, Buescher, Bodine, Peters and Miguel Paludo finished in the top ten. If you watch the Truck Series races, this was not a very good race to watch. If you think Kyle Busch is the greatest Cup driver to race in the Minor Leagues, this was probably the greatest race.

Next up: the Sylvania 300 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Sunday. We’ll see how the Cup drivers race each other.

Brought to you by Sheila Hawley. I love NASCAR racing.

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