Photo Finish at the Coke Zero 400!
The Coke Zero 400 was a race that goes down in the history books for it’s photo finish that couldn’t be called till the tapes were reviewed.
Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards were literally nose and nose, racing for the finish as a huge wreck took place behind them making the race a difficult one to call. Busch just barely took the win with Edwards less than a foot away from being crowned the Coke Zero 400 champion.
The photo finish!
Busch says he was on the edge of his seat doing everything he could to prevent a repeat of last year's race with him taking second place to Jamie McMurray after a similar situation and a photo finish.
In my opinion, the real talk of the day should be about Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and his domination of this race that resulted in earning his eighth place finish. The kid was driving around the course as if he owned it and nobody deserved to be on it but himself.
He was driving so aggressively and passionately that I was afraid he was going to wreck Jimmie Johnson when he dared to get in front of him. He led more laps than anyone, but when they counted he got left hung to dry and drifted back to the 10th place position.
In his post-race interview he said there were a lot of ignorant drivers in the final laps and he claims he deserved a top-five finish.
I guess if winning a race means Dale Jr. needs to be ignorant then he better start learning how. Carl Edwards, Matt Kenseth, and of course, Kyle Busch, were making runs for the front. They didn’t hesitate when it came down to racing hard and doing what it takes to get out in front.
Two guys I need to give a lot of credit to even though they didn’t make it to the front are Kasey Kahne and Kurt Busch.
Both started in the back of the pack and both made it to the top-10. Kahne started in 41st position and picked off every driver as he made is way towards the front, giving him a seventh place finish.
Kurt Busch started in 36th position and also made his way to the front, giving him a fourth place finish. I guess when you’ve got a strong car and know how to drive it, you can do anything.
This was one of my favorite races to watch. It was action-packed and reminded me of what true racing is.
What did everyone think of my boy Tony Stewart and the good ol switcharoo allowing Yeley to step up and drive it like he stole it? Stewart had an extremely strong car racing in the top-three. Was I the only one to notice that Vickers was the cause of at least two of the wrecks?
An Original Post by Ron Ripple - NASCAR's Biggest Fan!!!
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