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Topic - Dave Rogers
Four-time series champion Jeff Gordon felt like his hopes were dead in the water when NASCAR red-flagged his last chance to get into the playoffs because of rain at Richmond International Raceway.
Kyle Busch and Tony Stewart are known for their racing success and explosive tempers.
Kyle Busch was fined $25,000 by NASCAR on Tuesday for his obscene gesture, and the driver again apologized for losing his temper.
Project manager Dave Rogers tells the Great Falls Tribune (http://gftrib.com/1dHaiJS ) the rest of the work on the project will be scheduled around the weather, and some work may be done at night when the wind doesn't blow so hard.
He said eight more are going through the process.