BUSCH: Texas Saturday night ews

NASCAR Fans E-mail List Pit Rules Change The following rules will be in effect for today's Busch Series race and tomorrow's Winston Cup race: When making green flag pit stops, drivers much come onto the track's apron in turn three ...

BUSCH: Texas Saturday night ews

NASCAR Fans E-mail List

Pit Rules Change

The following rules will be in effect for today's Busch Series race and tomorrow's Winston Cup race:

When making green flag pit stops, drivers much come onto the track's apron in turn three before entering pit road. Any driver who comes directly off the banking in turn four and enters pit road will be receive a 15 second penalty.

Happy Hour Practice Times

 Pos # Driver Sponsor Make Time Speed (Sec.) (mph) 
 1 44 Kyle Petty Hot Wheels Pont 29.391 183.730 2 31 Mike Skinner Lowe's Chev 29.704 181.794 3 5 Terry Labonte Kellogg's Corn Flakes Chev 29.705 181.788 4 3 Dale Earnhardt GM Goodwrench Service Chev 29.711 181.751 5 11 Brett Bodine Close Call Ford 29.723 181.677 6 6 Mark Martin  Valvoline Ford 29.784 181.305 7 18 Bobby Labonte Interstate Batteries Pont 29.830 181.026 8 30 Johnny Benson Pennzoil Pont 29.837 180.983 9 90 Dick Trickle Heilig-Meyers/Simmons Ford 29.843 180.947 10 33 Ken Schrader Skoal Chev 29.866 180.808 11 81 Kenny Wallace Square D Ford 29.866 180.808 12 20 Greg Sacks Hardee's Ford 29.870 180.783 13 4 Sterling Marlin Kodak Chev 29.872 180.771 14 41 Steve Grissom Kodiak Chev 29.881 180.717 15 10 Ricky Rudd Tide Ford 29.886 180.687 16 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Automotive Refin Chev 29.910 180.542 17 25 Todd Bodine Budweiser Chev 29.910 180.542 18 99 Jeff Burton Exide Batteries Ford 29.916 180.505 19 28 Ernie Irvan Texaco Havoline Ford 29.919 180.487 20 1 Morgan Shepherd Delco-Remy/Cruisin Amer Pont 29.940 180.361 21 9 Lake Speed Melling Engine Parts Ford 29.957 180.258 22 16 Ted Musgrave Family Channel/Primestar Ford 29.962 180.228 23 21 Michael Waltrip Citgo Ford 29.962 180.228 24 23 Jimmy Spencer Camel Cigarettes Ford 30.000 180.000 25 2 Rusty Wallace Miller Lite Ford 30.001 179.994 26 88 Dale Jarrett Quality Care/Ford Credit Ford 30.011 179.934 27 77 Bobby Hillin, Jr. Jasper Engines Ford 30.031 179.814 28 98 John Andretti RCA Ford 30.046 179.724 29 37 Jeremy Mayfield KMart/RC Cola Ford 30.059 179.647 30 8 Hut Stricklin Circuit City Ford 30.068 179.593 31 75 Rick Mast Remington Arms Ford 30.074 179.557 32 43 Bobby Hamilton STP Pont 30.120 179.283 33 17 Darrell Waltrip Western Auto Chev 30.124 179.259 34 36 Derrike Cope Skittles Pont 30.137 179.182 35 40 Robby Gordon Coors Light Chev 30.154 179.081 36 94 Bill Elliott McDonald's Ford 30.181 178.921 37 22 Ward Burton MBNA America Pont 30.220 178.690 38 71 Dave Marcis RealTree Chev 30.237 178.589 39 91 Mike Wallace Spam/Hormel Foods Chev 30.243 178.554 40 97 Chad Little John Deere Pont 30.245 178.542 41 42 Joe Nemechek Bell South Chev 30.267 178.412 42 7 Geoff Bodine QVC Ford 30.320 178.100 43 78 Billy Standridge Diamond Rio/Hanes Ford 30.658 176.137 

Morning Practice Times

 Pos # Driver Sponsor Make Time Speed (Sec.) (mph) 
 1 5 Terry Labonte Kellogg's Corn Flakes Chev 29.606 182.395 2 1 Morgan Shepherd Delco-Remy/Cruisin Amer Pont 29.625 182.278 3 3 Dale Earnhardt GM Goodwrench Service Chev 29.645 182.156 4 44 Kyle Petty Hot Wheels Pont 29.765 181.421 5 11 Brett Bodine Close Call Ford 29.771 181.385 6 10 Ricky Rudd Tide Ford 29.786 181.293 7 75 Rick Mast Remington Arms Ford 29.789 181.275 8 18 Bobby Labonte Interstate Batteries Pont 29.807 181.165 9 30 Johnny Benson Pennzoil Pont 29.826 181.050 10 22 Ward Burton MBNA America Pont 29.828 181.038 11 6 Mark Martin Valvoline Ford 29.835 180.995 12 94 Bill Elliott McDonald's Ford 29.861 180.838 13 23 Jimmy Spencer Camel Cigarettes Ford 29.870 180.783 14 28 Ernie Irvan Texaco Havoline Ford 29.902 180.590 15 24 Jeff Gordon DuPont Automotive Refin Chev 29.922 180.469 16 9 Lake Speed Melling Engine Parts Ford 29.922 180.469 17 40 * Robby Gordon Coors Light Chev 29.940 180.361 18 99 Jeff Burton Exide Batteries Ford 29.948 180.313 19 20 Greg Sacks Hardee's Ford 29.961 180.234 20 88 Dale Jarrett Quality Care/Ford Credit Ford 29.968 180.192 21 77 Bobby Hillin, Jr. Jasper Engines Ford 29.978 180.132 22 33 Ken Schrader Skoal Chev 29.980 180.120 23 43 Bobby Hamilton STP Pont 29.996 180.024 24 37 Jeremy Mayfield KMart/RC Cola Ford 30.001 179.994 25 2 Rusty Wallace Miller Lite Ford 30.010 179.940 26 31 * Mike Skinner Lowe's Chev 30.032 179.808 27 16 Ted Musgrave Family Channel/Primestar Ford 30.046 179.724 28 8 Hut Stricklin Circuit City Ford 30.051 179.695 29 98 John Andretti RCA Ford 30.057 179.659 30 81 Kenny Wallace Square D Ford 30.059 179.647 31 90 Dick Trickle Heilig-Meyers/Simmons Ford 30.083 179.503 32 97 Chad Little John Deere Pont 30.083 179.503 33 41 Steve Grissom Kodiak Chev 30.092 179.450 34 4 Sterling Marlin Kodak Chev 30.122 179.271 35 7 Geoff Bodine QVC Ford 30.144 179.140 36 71 Dave Marcis RealTree Chev 30.151 179.099 37 21 Michael Waltrip Citgo Ford 30.201 178.802 38 91 Mike Wallace Spam/Hormel Foods Chev 30.208 178.761 39 17 Darrell Waltrip Western Auto Chev 30.217 178.707 40 25 Todd Bodine Budweiser Chev 30.228 178.642 41 36 Derrike Cope Skittles Pont 30.235 178.601 42 42 Joe Nemechek Bell South Chev 30.357 177.883 43 78 Billy Standridge Diamond Rio/Hanes Ford 30.410 177.573 

shares
comments
BUSCH: Darlington Saturday notes 1

Previous article

BUSCH: Darlington Saturday notes 1

Next article

Thursday news (Michigan)

Thursday news (Michigan)
Load comments
From the archive: Dale Earnhardt’s final Autosport interview Prime

From the archive: Dale Earnhardt’s final Autosport interview

The death of Dale Earnhardt in the 2001 Daytona 500 shocked NASCAR to the core. At the Daytona 24 Hours, two weeks before his fatal accident, ‘The Intimidator’ shared his expectations of challenging for an eighth Cup title with JONATHAN INGRAM, in an article first published in the 15 February 2001 issue of Autosport magazine. Little did we know then what tragedy would unfold…

NASCAR Cup
Feb 18, 2021
The lasting NASCAR legacy after Dale Earnhardt’s death Prime

The lasting NASCAR legacy after Dale Earnhardt’s death

On February 18, 2001, seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Dale Earnhardt – the fearless ‘Intimidator’ – was in his element at Daytona International Speedway. While his own DEI team’s cars ran 1-2 towards the finish line, his famed #3 Richard Childress Racing Chevrolet Monte Carlo was playing rear gunner to block any late runs from the chasing pack. As the cars tore through Turns 3 and 4 on that fateful final lap, Earnhardt maintained the strongarm tactics that encapsulated his persona… but his actions in those moments sadly proved to be his last.

NASCAR Cup
Feb 18, 2021
Inspired by Pitbull, the “revolution” sweeping through NASCAR Prime

Inspired by Pitbull, the “revolution” sweeping through NASCAR

The NASCAR Cup Series is changing. Whether it be the gradual morphing out the seasoned drivers of yesterday as the next generation step up, a radical calendar shake-up featuring more road courses than ever before and the prospect of an all-new car on the horizon, stock car racing’s highest level is nearing the end of a huge facelift.

NASCAR Cup
Feb 16, 2021
The NASCAR storylines to watch out for in 2021 Prime

The NASCAR storylines to watch out for in 2021

This weekend's Daytona 500 kickstarts a NASCAR Cup season that promises plenty of intrigue courtesy of new owners and a refreshed calendar. Here's what you need to know ahead of the new season…

NASCAR Cup
Feb 13, 2021
Why Kyle Larson can't blow his big shot at redemption Prime

Why Kyle Larson can't blow his big shot at redemption

From a disgraced NASCAR exile, Kyle Larson has been given a chance of redemption by the powerhouse Hendrick Motorsports squad. Effectively replacing seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson is no easy billing, but Larson has every intention of repaying the team's faith...

NASCAR Cup
Feb 11, 2021
Why Roger Penske is an American motorsport icon Prime

Why Roger Penske is an American motorsport icon

In this exclusive one-on-one interview, Roger Penske reveals the inner drive that has made him not only a hugely successful team owner and businessman but also the owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and IndyCar. He spoke to David Malsher-Lopez.

IndyCar
Dec 28, 2020
Why NASCAR's latest second-generation champion is just getting started Prime

Why NASCAR's latest second-generation champion is just getting started

Chase Elliott's late charge to the 2020 NASCAR Cup title defied predictions that it would be a Kevin Harvick versus Denny Hamlin showdown. While the two veterans are showing no signs of slowing down, Elliott's triumph was a window into NASCAR's future…

NASCAR Cup
Nov 18, 2020
Why Kyle Larson deserves his second chance in a cancel culture Prime

Why Kyle Larson deserves his second chance in a cancel culture

“You can’t hear me? Hey n*****” Those fateful words uttered by Kyle Larson, spoken into his esports headset on April 12, were directed at his sim racing spotter – but instead they quickly became amplified around the world via social media, including his own Twitch stream.

NASCAR Cup
Oct 29, 2020