Denny Hamlin gewinnt das Kroger 200 in Martinsville

burnout#18 Denny Hamlin kann sein erstes Camping World Truck Rennen 2011 gewinnen. Er übernahm den Truck von Kyle Busch. Busch wollte sich denke ich mal auf den Chase konzentrieren und ist deswegen dieses Weekend nicht auch noch das Truck Rennen gefahren.

Leider habe ich dieses Rennen auch nur mit dem hier unten gezeigten Video gesehn und ein paar Ausschnitten. Ich kann auf jedenfall sagen das #5 Tood Bodine mächtig aufgeräumt hat.

bodineErst schiebt er #9 Max Papis eiskalt zur Seite, der gleich mal komplett rausfliegt. Später dann auch noch #31 James Buescher. Der ließ sich das aber nicht gefallen und fuhr dann mit deinem Truck hinter Bodine hinterher und crashte ihn dann weg. Bueschers Truck war danach vorne platt und Bodines Truck hinten komplett zerstört.

victory laneAuf jedenfall konnt sich Denny Hamlin am Schluß durchsetzten und gewinnt damit ohne Bedeutung für den Truck Punktestand dieses Rennen.

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Race Results Kroger 200

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FIN ST CAR DRIVER MAKE SPONSOR PTS/BNS LAPS STATUS WINNINGS
1 3 18 Denny Hamlin Toyota Toyota / Traxxas 0 200 Running 31,350
2 2 33 Ron Hornaday Chevrolet Steak-umm Steaks / Chastity Baker 43/1 200 Running 22,300
3 10 3 Austin Dillon Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Tracker 42/1 200 Running 16,850
4 4 13 Johnny Sauter Chevrolet SafeAuto Insurance Co. / Curb Records 41/1 200 Running 17,075
5 12 22 Joey Coulter * Chevrolet Darrell Gwynn Foundation / RCR Graphics Center 39/0 200 Running 12,925
6 6 2 Kevin Harvick Chevrolet Tide / Kroger 0 200 Running 8,175
7 13 121 Cale Gale Chevrolet Rheem Heating, Cooling & Water Heating 37/0 200 Running 8,025
8 9 17 Timothy Peters Toyota GearWrench /
Strutmasters.com
36/0 200 Running 11,625
9 28 62 Brendan Gaughan Toyota South Point Hotel & Casino 35/0 200 Running 11,475
10 5 31 James Buescher Chevrolet Wolfpack Rentals 34/0 200 Running 11,075

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Next Race is in Texas

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One thought on “Denny Hamlin gewinnt das Kroger 200 in Martinsville”

  1. Michael sagt:

    Actually, you need to be a bit more involved with the ins and outs of niracg to properly answer your question, because things are not as clear cut as to the level of scrutiny.The switch from Open Wheel to NASCAR is just now becoming a trend Before that you have a handful of people here and there, but the names of those that switch (or do both) are almost legendary, including A.J. Foyt, Mario Andretti, Tony Stewart.But now to answer your question of whether others get similar scrutiny but not necessarily the same notoriety (or publicity) as Danica. People such as Juan Pablo Montoya, have also made the switch, and have been disappointing so far (I put that in quotes, because just how disappointing depends on who you listen to or read), but unlike Danica, you need to really be a race fan to know his name well.Many people like to harp on Danica for all the other marketing that is done for and around her, but to be honest, I do not have a problem with it. She is still trying to compete in a sport dominated by good ol‘ boys and niracg is expensive, and you need sponsors. If you look back, at some other great female drivers, what you see is that they did not (or do not) race near as often as they could/should have. Janet Guthrie, Lyn St. James and Sarah Fisher all have far fewer races than many men far below their talents, because they could not market themselves well enough to get the sponsors they needed to race.Danica has turned herself into a brand. With that, she has given herself up to additonal spotlight and scrutiny, but at the same time, it keeps her in a race car, and regardless of how much people may hate her Lime Green Jumpsuit, or doing Go Daddy commercials, it will allow her to do what she wants to do, and that is get her a sponsor that will allow her to race, because only the only way to win a race, is to actually be able to be in the race.

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