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BRISTOL MOTOR SPEEDWAY

With all of the talk about the changes coming to Bristol Motor Speedway since the spring race, I didn't honestly know what to expect going into last night's Irwin Tools Night Race. I didn't know if the changes would work so that the racing would be back to single file or if we would still continue to see the side by side racing that we saw in the spring which, I honestly liked the side by side racing over the single file racing. What we got last night was something that I feel was the best of both worlds and needless to say it was a very enjoyable race with a lot of tempers flaring at the end of the night. Something we haven't seen at Bristol in many years and was highlighted with Tony Stewart's helmet throwing fastball. Something that I feel could rival Roger Clemens comeback. Danica Patrick surprisingly ran well up until Regan Smith got into the back of her, sending her hurling towards the inside wall and ending her night. She was running in 19th place and on the lead lap at the time of the accident. I think the most exciting part of the race however was when Carl Edwards, Brian Vickers, and Denny Hamlin all battled for the top spot with Brian Vickers making an incredible save and Denny Hamlin bumping Carl Edwards out of the way to grab the lead and eventually win the race. Overall the race was very entertaining and was easy to watch.

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