Carl Edwards made his long-awaited decision to stay at Roush-Fenway Racing on Thursday. What happens next? Could Joe Gibbs Racing still expand with a fourth car next year? Click on the title for the possibilities.
Yes, race fans. The Beagle can see again- just in time to sleep through another boring Pocono race.
This week's line up: Dwindy CR kristen SB Hanny moseby jon tez
This week's races:
1.) The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race from Pocono, Saturday August 6; green flag drops at 1:21pm ET (entry list)
2.) The NASCAR Nationwide Series race from Iowa, Saturday August 6; green flag drops at 7:49pm ET (entry list) NOTE: Brad Keselowski will not be in the #22 for this race due to injuries from the Atlanta crash.
3.) The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race from Pocono, Sunday August 7; green flag drops at 1:18pm ET.
4.) The IndyCar Honda Indy 200 from Ohio, Sunday August 7; green flag drops at 2:50pm ET.
VBS at our church starts Saturday, so I will be in and out for most of the day. I will try to get the results from Saturday's races up late Saturday night(we're having a pool party, so it may be really late).
...otherwise known as the overall standings in the chase for the coveted Triple Lug Nut trophy.
Straight from the spread sheet:
PLAYER WINS PERFECT 1ST 2ND 3RD
dwindy 7 0 19 7 10
cr 3 0 12 10 3
Hanny 2 0 13 10 3
kristen 1 1 8 8 4
Tez 1 0 9 7 1
SB 1 0 7 12 8
moseby 1 0 7 7 4
jon 1 0 3 6 8
There are 14 races left in the Trifecta season, so it's still anybody's game. Dwindy's strength lies not in the number of wins he has racked up- which is impressive- but rather in his total domination of the statistics. Should the Chase for the Coveted Triple Lug Nut Trophy come down to a tie breaker, Dwindy has the upper hand. The only current exception to that would be Kristen. Should she and Dwindy be tied for wins at the end of the season, her perfect score trumps his domination of the statistics.