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By Donald Lambro
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Topic - Ricky Craven
Marcy Scott, the promotion and marketing director at Atlanta Motor Speedway who also worked with several drivers during a long career in NASCAR, died Friday after battling breast cancer. She was 42.
Kurt Busch ended up on top at Darlington Raceway a week after finishing upside-down at Talladega.
Kurt Busch never stops hoping for the perfect finish at Darlington Raceway.
"This day we had two winners it seemed like, and that's what gave it such a unique twist at the end," he said. "Or maybe I'm just telling myself that because I keep losing this race by .002 of a second, and I'm never going to accept that, but it was a great race."
Craven said anyone who attended or has seen the Darlington finish from 2003 won't ever forget it.