Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk – October 1, 2012 Replay

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This week’s show is about…

    • Dover’s AAA 400 – The good, the bad and the ugly
    • NASCAR’s Wave Around Rule – Should it be changed?
    • Talladega’s up next – winners & losers in this wild card race of the Chase
    • Top-three championship contenders – Keselowski, Hamlin, Johnson – Can anyone else break into top-three?
    • What’s up with Roush Fenway Racing?
    • Q&A Tech Talk with Rich
    • Andrew’s race day at NHMS
    • Tell us what racing related topic you want to talk about on Fan4Racing’s Fan2Fan NASCAR Talk

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Keselowski Conquers the Monster Mile

Keselowski celebrates his 2nd 2012 Chase win at Dover
Photo – Associated Press

By Jason Schultz

The Chase is all about winning – contenders need a few wins to win the championship – and now Brad Keselowski has two wins, three races into the Chase.

Keselowski didn’t lead a single lap until there were ten laps to go but, in the end, Keselowski brought home the victory.

Fuel Mileage cost several drivers a shot at victory, including the dominant car of the day, Kyle Busch. Busch led over 200 laps Sunday afternoon in Dover but having to pit with just eleven laps to go, cost him the victory he had earned with a dominate performance.

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AAA 400 Preview

Photo – Getty Images

By Jason Schultz

Race Info

Date- Sunday September 30th, 2012

Location- Dover, Delaware

Start time- 2:15 PM EST

Distance- 400 Laps, 400 Miles

Broadcast TV- ESPN

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The Monster Mile – Dover International Speedway

By Rich Foust

Formerly known as Dover Downs Speedway, the track was renamed in 2002 to Dover International Speedway and is located in Dover, Delaware. They broke ground in 1966 and opened in 1969 and host two cup events each year. It is a one mile oval with 24 degrees of banking in the turns and 9 degrees of banking on the straights. The surface is concrete, although it was asphalt until 1995 and now seats 135,000. Continue reading