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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Marcos Ambrose
McMurray won at Talladega Superspeedway in a nearly clean race until rookie Austin Dillon lost control on the final lap Sunday, allowing the winner to coast across the line under caution.
Aric Almirola has a fast car.
On another record-setting day at Michigan International Speedway, Joey Logano raced to one of the fastest qualifying speeds in NASCAR history.
Kyle Busch finally has that elusive second win at Watkins Glen International, atoning for a year ago when he lost a certain victory on the last lap.
Rhythm and technique are essential in road racing, and reigning Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski seems to have mastered it at Watkins Glen International.
Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham saw the light more than a decade ago, and road racing in the Sprint Cup Series has never been the same.
When rain cut short Sprint Cup practice at Watkins Glen International and he struggled to find balance in his car, Marcos Ambrose blasted his team in the garage.
Marcos Ambrose was blunt and to the point as he contemplated the twists and turns of Watkins Glen International.
Smoke's out. Juan Pablo Montoya and Marcos Ambrose are desperate to get in.
Richard Petty Motorsports will run Marcos Ambrose in the Nationwide Series race at Mid-Ohio next month.
A flawless race gave Jimmie Johnson a perfect year at Daytona International Speedway and put him on another exclusive list.
Thirty-one cars, including 16 in the Sprint Cup Series, failed inspection before Thursday's practices at Daytona International Speedway.
It was just the second win of Truex's career, first since Dover in 2007. It put Michael Waltrip Racing in Victory Lane for the second year in a row after Clint Bowyer won here last season.
Marcos Ambrose's intent was to praise the deep pool of talent at Sonoma Raceway. It came out as a backhanded compliment of defending race winner Clint Bowyer.
As Jamie McMurray turned a corner on the season with a string of solid finishes, he picked Sonoma Raceway as an upcoming track he was looking forward to racing.
"All things, considered, it's been a good race," Ambrose said during the stoppage, repeatedly getting an earful from crew chief Drew Blickensderfer to save fuel. "But it's not over."
"If the circumstances had fallen the same way again, I may not have won (last year)," said Ambrose, who will start from the pole for the first time in this race. "It was quite a lucky break to get that win. To be honest with you, I look at that race and I wish I had won it by eight seconds and not by one car-length."