On Buescher and His Perceived 1.5-Mile Dominance
By David Smith (on Twitter at @DavidSmithMA)
September 24, 2012
To say James Buescher has been dominant on 1.5-mile tracks in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2012 is misleading. Informed race watchers will tell you there are two types of mile-and-a-half tracks: fast intermediates and soft intermediates. (As a matter of fact, NASCAR approves drivers for various series in this regard. Often, a driver must first prove himself/herself at Kentucky Speedway before being granted permission to race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, both 1.5-mile tracks) ... Read More
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