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July 19, 2016 • Sports
The #2 Penske Ford requires assistance to get to the victory lane, after using up every last vapor of fuel in crossing the start/finish line. MIKE HARTMAN PHOTO
Kyle Busch drives his #18 Xfinity Series Camry for his 81st career victory during the Kentucky Speedway hosted Alsco 300 on Friday, July 9. A green and white checker victory finish was his hard-fought battles result. Busch burns the tires down in celebration. MIKE HARTMAN PHOTO
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‘Smoke’ drives his last Kentucky Speedway NASCAR Sprint Cup race

Keselowski escapes with Quaker State 400 victory on fumes!

Gary Franklin
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Tony StewartColumbus Indiana’s own, Tony Stewart, i.e. “Smoke,” as referred to, sat in the driver’s seat of the #14 for his last appearance as a driver at the 2016, July 3 running of the NASCAR Sprint Series Kentucky Speedway in Sparta Ky., as he plans to retire at the end of the season. Currently with a win this season, and ranked at 30th, even though not driving any more races, he will make the chase cut, should someone not knock him off the #30 position in points with just a few races left in regular season challenges. See page 5 for more photos.

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A 600th and final career start for crowd favorite, Tony Stewart “Smoke” in his Stewart Haas #14 Chevrolet, which resulted in a 5th place finish at Kentucky Speedway at Sparta, Ky., in the Quaker State 400 presented by Advance Auto Parts on Saturday, July 10. He will be retiring at season’s end but is currently eligible for the Chase cut with a win and setting in the mystical 30th place on point count.





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