Florida Car Insurance on NASCAR Watkins Glen Race

Kurt Busch crossing the checkered line at Watkins Glen NASCAR Race
Kurt Busch crossing the checkered line at Watkins Glen NASCAR Race | Source

West Palm Beach, Florida - NASCAR had another exciting outing on Saturday. The Florida Car Insurance agency has some helpful information on the NASCAR race in Watkins Glen, New York. The Florida Car Insurance agency saw Kurt Busch as a fill in for injured Penske Racing teammate Brad Keselowski. Brad Keslowski was still feeling the effects of a broken ankle from a run-in with a brick wall. Kurt Busch was outstanding when it counted and held off Jimmie Johnson with a green white checkered finish to triumph in the Nationwide Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen International. Kurt Thomas Busch was born on August 4, in 1978. He is a true American NASCAR driver.

Yes, the Florida Car Insurance Agency knows Kurt Busch is one of the bad boys of NASCAR, yet the man can race. Kurt Busch defeated his Sprint Cup enemy by nearly a second for his third victory in only 12 Nationwide races. That is a pretty good record for any NASCAR Driver and the Florida Car Insurance agency tips its hat to Kurt Busch. He also prevented his younger brother Kyle from getting his 50th career Nationwide victory. Another Nationwide series win by Kyle Busch would have broken a tie with the great Mark Martin for the most wins in the Nationwide series history.

Rounding out the field of NASCAR Racers were Joey Logano, Kyle Busch and Carl Edwards. The youngster Joey Logano bested Kyle Busch for third, and Carl Edwards came in fifth. Some other NASCAR Drivers who competed were Paul Menard, Ron Fellows and Nationwide regulars Aric Almirola, Trevor Bayne and Elliott Sadler rounding out the top 10 for Watkins Glen. Joey Logano and Carl Edwards are continuing to place well in Nationwide NASCAR races. Carl Edwards is having a remarkable year with ranking high in the Points for the Sprint Cup this season.

The Florida Car Insurance agency will touch on the points standings for the NASCAR Nationwide series. It appears that Ricky Stenhouse Jr. preserved his series lead having a 15th place finish on Saturday. Stenhouse leads Reed Sorenson by just 10 points, and Elliot Sadler continues to drive well as his is only 14 points behind. The promising young Aric Almirola is fourth in Nationwide points.

Kurt Busch was not sure if he was running low on fuel. The Florida Car Insurance agency has seen too many races this year with huge disappointments as Drivers have run out of fuel after leading races. The experienced crew chief for Kurt Busch was Todd Gordon. This Crew Chief had a plan that worked perfectly with two stops for timely fuel fill ups and the necessary tires. This Watkins Glen race was a duel with the Busch Brothers and Jimmie Johnson trying to slip in there. Jimmie Johnson received a penalty because he left the pit with his Gas can still attached.

There is definitely bad blood between Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch. The accidents that they have happen so often, that they need a good Florida Car Insurance agency to help get them the required coverage and lower rates.

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