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The sheriff’s back in town and he goes by the name of Jimmie Johnson, ‘old five-time.’ Sheriff Johnson ran down the Beast of the Southeast to conquer the ‘D’ Shaped Oval and pocket his one million dollar paycheck for his third All-Star win.
CMA Male Vocalist of the Year, Blake Shelton may have started the party at Charlotte Motor Speedway with his recent remake of ‘Footloose,’ but the drivers were ready to do a little dancing of their own on Saturday night, showing off some unique, door-to-door dance moves.
The winner of the 2012 Pennzoil Burnout Competition was Clint Bowyer, earning $10,000 for the Employee Community Foundation in his hometown of Emporia, Kansas. “It’s the Employee Community Foundation."
Justin Lofton earned his first career victory at Charlotte Motor Speedway, joining two other rookie winners in the Camping World Truck Series in 2012. It was the 55th start for the Westmoreland CA native. At age 26, Lofton held off a hard charging Brad Keselowski to take the checkers.
NASCAR’s superstars will fight for supremacy in their own backyard this weekend, and while the format is different for the All-Star event, it is a guaranteed fight to the finish. In order to brawl for the big bucks, some of the sports most popular players must make their way to the main event.
As fireworks illuminate the sky, Carl Edwards destroyed the No. 99 while spinning through the infield grass in pure excitement.
Saturday nights preliminary action kicked off the evening with a big bang. In the early laps of the Sprint Showdown a caution flew to end any chances that Landon Cassill and Derrike Cope would have of advancing into the main event.
Kyle ‘Rowdy’ Busch claimed the checkers in his 28th career Camping World Truck Series Race. Busch, led the last seven laps in Friday’s North Carolina Education Lottery 200 event at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The All-Star event kicks off Saturday with a pre-race concert from Country Music Artist Dierks Bentley, presented by Budweiser.
With a $1,000,000 on the line, drivers are ready to rumble, All-Star style. Brian France, Chairman and CEO of NASCAR recognizes that this particular event will bring out a more aggressive side of drivers.
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