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Петок, 22 Февруари 2019

FORT WORTH, Texas - Kyle Busch passed German Quiroga off a restart in a two-lap shootout in the Camping World Truck race Friday night at Texas Motor Speedway for his seventh victory in nine series starts this year. Scarpe Jordan Scontate .Ninth on a restart with five laps left, Busch moved to third in one lap and was running second behind Quiroga when Jeb Burton sent ThorSport Racing teammate Johnny Sauter spinning through the infield grass, forcing the green-white-checkered finish.Driving up through the middle there, the seas sort of parted ways a little bit, and they were already three-wide, and Im like, Theres a gap there. Im taking it. And that put us four-wide. But in those situations, with that many laps to go, youve just got to do it.Busch restarted on the outside of Quiroga and pulled away easily before another caution ended the race on the final lap.I thought the 17 (Timothy Peters) was in the catbird seat there, Busch said. I figured he had the perfect strategy — two tires and he was going to be on the outside, get through those guys and get out front.Quiroga was involved in the last-lap wreck, dropping him to 17th.Jeb Burton was second, followed by Peters, Tyler Reddick, points leader Matt Crafton, Joey Coulter, Max Gresham, Joe Nemechek, Ryan Blaney and Cameron Hayley.Busch led 80 of the 152 laps for his third series victory in the 1 1/2-mile oval.Racing in the series for the first time since winning at Chicagoland on Sept. 13, Busch has 42 wins in 124 Truck races. He has 140 victories in NASCARs top three series, winning 29 times in Cup and a record 69 times in Nationwide. He has 14 victories this year, also winning once in Cup and six times in Nationwide.Kyle Busch Motorsports has won 12 of the first 20 races this season, with Darrell Wallace Jr. winning three times and Erik Jones twice. Wallace, the winner last week at Martinsville, dropped out with a blown engine while racing Busch for the lead with 42 laps left.Busch also helped Toyota wrap up its seventh manufacturers championship.Defending series champion Crafton to increase his lead to 23 points over Blaney with two races left. Crafton won the June race at the track. Scarpe Jordan Ingrosso .com) - It may just be the right place and the right opponent for the Detroit Red Wings to snap their longest losing streak of the season. Scarpe Jordan Uomo Saldi . The White Sox said Wednesday they acquired left-handed pitching prospect Sean Bierman and infielder Ben Kline, who both played at Class A this season. The White Sox dealt Crain to Tampa Bay on July 29.WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama can appreciate a team overcoming long odds. Welcoming the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks to the White House on Wednesday, Obama took note that some football analysts hadnt seen Seattle as a top-tier team. A die-hard fan of his hometown Chicago Bears, Obama nevertheless said he felt a certain kinship with the overachieving Seahawks. "As a guy who was elected president named Barack Obama, I root for the underdog," the president joked. The Seahawks clinched their first Super Bowl victory in the history of the franchise in February by beating the Denver Broncos 43-8. The distinction for the team and by extension for the NFL came a day after a group of retired players accused the league in a lawsuit of turning a blind eye to the use of painkillers by teams that later led to serious complications. Obama has expressed misgivings about the violence of the sport, saying in an interview with the New Yorker published early this year that if he had a son he would not let him play pro football. Next week, Obama will hold a White House meeting on concussions and sports safety at the White House that will include young athletes, professional athletes, parents, coaches and health experts. In a nood to that controversy, Obama took note of Seahawks owner Paul Allens charitable foundation that has donated millions of dollars to research traumatic brain injuries. Air Jordan Scarpe Saldi. "Obviously this is a concern of the NFL, but is also a concern of our troops," Obama said. Obama singled out the teams outspoken cornerback, Richard Sherman, for being a role model to young people. Sherman was born in Compton, California, once a centre of gang activity and a city that suffered from severely underperforming schools. Sherman however was a standout student who attended Stanford University on a scholarship. "If he seems a little brash, its because youve got to have attitude sometimes if you are going to overcome some of this adversity," Obama said. He also recognized Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who many scouts believed would be too small to succeed in the NFL only to set a record for most wins in two first seasons by any quarterback. "He also became only the second African-American quarterback ever to win a Super Bowl," Obama said. "And the best part about it is nobody commented on it, which tells you the progress that weve made, although weve got more progress to make." ' ' '