k b wins the dream

k b wins the dream last night what a race for last place wow only 15 left at the end lol and we all no who that was lol go girl hahahaha :grinser010:

Who is k b?

Kyle Busch… won the Prelude To The Dream race at Eldora. Also heard that Danica “refused interview requests”. Piece-O-Work she is…

Kyle Busch took advantage of the misfortune of Kasey Kahne and Clint Bowyer and won the 8th annual Feed the Children Prelude to the Dream at Eldora Speedway on Wednesday night, outrunning race host and organizer Tony Stewart over the final 16 laps.
If you were a Sprint Cup Series fan who found yourself wondering how much you would pay for a caution flag at certain points during the season’s first 13 races, you certainly got your money’s worth if you bought the late model dirt-track charity race on Pay-Per-View. The first half of the 40 lap feature was marred by caution after caution, including an eight car crash on the frontstretch on the third scored lap.
Kahne started on the pole and relinquished the lead to Bowyer, last year’s winner, on lap 13. When Kahne went to get the lead back from Bowyer just a few laps later, he slid up into Bowyer’s car trying to clear him. The contact sent Bowyer’s car into the wall, and eventually into the garage after he got into the wall again on the next lap.
However, Kahne was the next car to find trouble. On lap 24, Bobby Labonte spun around and his car stopped in the high lane of turn 3, the preferred groove around the racetrack. Kahne swerved his car hard to the left in an attempt to avoid the parked Labonte, but ended up slamming into the driver’s side of Labonte’s car hard enough to rip his right front wheel completely off. (Both drivers were unhurt.)
Those events handed the lead to Busch, who started first with 16 laps to go and never relinquished the lead. By the time Stewart had moved from fifth to second, Busch already had an insurmountable advantage.
Danica Patrick, who drives for Stewart in the Sprint Cup Series, turned the first laps of her professional driving career on dirt on Wednesday. Patrick hit the wall during her heat race before the main feature and finished three laps down in 15th during the feature race.
Kurt Busch, suspended by NASCAR for Sunday’s race at Pocono, was entered in the event and started on the pole for the fourth heat race before the feature but was caught up in two incidents in the heat race. The damage to his car was severe enough that he was unable to race in the main event.
Full results are below. Each of the race’s top 10 finishers will have a food truck donated for Feed the Children in the city of their choice.

  1. Kyle Busch
  2. Tony Stewart
  3. Austin Dillon
  4. Donny Schatz
  5. Ryan Newman
  6. Aric Almirola
  7. Cruz Pedregon
  8. Dave Blaney
  9. Ty Dillon
  10. Justin Allgaier
  11. Jimmie Johnson
  12. Kenny Wallace
  13. Ray Evernhham
  14. Bill Elliott
  15. Danica Patrick
  16. Kasey Kahne
  17. Bobby Labonte
  18. Jason Leffler
  19. Clint Bowyer
  20. David Gilliland
  21. Ron Capps
  22. Tony Kanaan
  23. J.J. Yeley
  24. Ken Schrader
  25. Steve Kinser
  26. Kurt Busch (Did Not Start)

Cruz Pedregon is turning into be quite the Dirt Racer. I think he run up there last year too.

Cruz’s father, Frank Pedregon, was a USAC Midget racer in California for years when the kids were young. The kids, Cruz, Tony and Frank Jr. all went into Drag racing.

The Pedregon kids grew up at the dirt tracks.

Why doesn’t someone hire Dave to announce or atleast report races again??? He is so good at telling the story…both live and in print.

I’ll take cut and paste for $1000 Alex. :slight_smile:

I’ll make it a true Daily Double!

Donny Schatz also did well in a “taxi”. Finished 4th.

I agree that Dave is a great announcer.

List of drivers finishing behind Danica,haha

  1. Kasey Kahne
  2. Bobby Labonte
  3. Jason Leffler
  4. Clint Bowyer
  5. David Gilliland
  6. Ron Capps
  7. Tony Kanaan
  8. J.J. Yeley
  9. Ken Schrader
  10. Steve Kinser

[QUOTE=UREZ2PASS;106769]List of drivers finishing behind Danica,haha

  1. Kasey Kahne
  2. Bobby Labonte
  3. Jason Leffler
  4. Clint Bowyer
  5. David Gilliland
  6. Ron Capps
  7. Tony Kanaan
  8. J.J. Yeley
  9. Ken Schrader
  10. Steve Kinser[/QUOTE]
    All those drivers didn’t finish. Danica finished last among those who took the checkers. She needs to just give up, it’s not even funny any more.

3 laps down in a 30 lap race…

Obviously she did better than them for whatever reason. The results are the results no matter how you look at it. Haha. :slight_smile: