The Nascar All Star Race 2010 ended with a bang Saturday night on the 1.5 mile oval track held at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The 100 lap Nascar All Star Race 2010 came down to the two winningest drivers of late, Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch, going neck and neck in a mad dash for cash ($1 million) over the last several laps when Hamlin tried to block Kyle Busch’s attempt at a pass late in the Nascar All Star Race 2010. This defensive maneuver squeezed Kyle Busch against the wall, which sent him reeling back into the field of drivers in the Nascar All Star Race 2010. He later hit the wall again which this time bounced him into Kasey Kahne to end his night at the Nascar All Star Race 2010.
Nascar All Star Race 2010 Top Ten Finishers:
1) #2 Kurt Busch
2) #56 Martin Truex, Jr.
3) #2 Joey Logano
4) #11 Denny Hamlin
5) #14 Tony Stewart
6) #29 Kevin Harvick
7) #12 Brad Keselowski
8) #17 Matt Kenseth
9) #16 Greg Biffle
10) #71 Bobby Labonte
For a complete order of finish for the Nascar All Star Race 2010 (click here).
Kyle Busch Goes Postal and Potty Mouth
Immediately following the Nascar All Star Race 2010, Kyle drove over to Hamlin’s team hauler and angrily punched the air after climbing from the car. According to ajc.com, Kyle then let out this profanity laced tirade, “Somebody better keep me away from Denny Hamlin…I swear to God, I am going to kill (him). All his … fault. I had this race won! It was won!” It doesn’t appear that Hamlin and Kyle Busch are ready anytime soon to take in the next showing of The Nutcracker ballet together and discuss the finer elements. This is unfortunate because as much as these two have been spending time together on front row (combined winners of five of the last seven Sprint Cup Series races), being teammates for Joe Gibbs Racing Team, and time spent near each other in this Nascar All Star Race 2010, they probably could co-author a pretty good review of The Nutcracker together.
The Nascar All Star Race 2010, unfortunately, seen Kyle go “postal” and “potty” at the same race.
Several crashes highlighted the final laps of the Nascar All Star Race 2010, which involved three of the finalists in the top 10 of the race. Denny Hamlin seemed to play a part in all three. The Nascar All Star Race 2010, broadcasted by the Speed Channel, also seen Jimmie Johnson dominate the Nascar All Star Race 2010 for 56 of the 100 laps. But he was bumped from the lead by the quirky format of the Nascar All Star Race 2010. He was in the lead heading into the 10-minute break that precedes the last segment, which calls for teams to make one lap and return to pit road for a four-tire stop. But when Johnson came out of the pit stop he found himself in third at the Nascar All Star Race 2010. Later on in the race, Johnson lost control of his car and spun through the infield grass and ended up in 13th place at the Nascar All Star Race 2010.