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This is the finish to the budweiser shootout with kyle busch winning by .013 seconds
Kyle Busch wins the NASCAR Sprint Cup Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway after nearly wrecking twice during the race.
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The final 5 laps to the 2012 Budweiser Shootout in 720p HD
Jeff Gordon lands on his roof after contact with Kyle Busch in the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
Marcos Ambrose turns Joey Logano, which causes the second big one of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
Jeff Gordon bumps Kyle Busch to spin and others dodge Kyle Busch and causes the third big one at Daytona also Marcos Ambrose gets a piece of the wreck. Jamie McMurray, Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch, & AJ Allmendinger cause the big one and Jeff Gordon flips doing a barrel roll also Carl Edwards gets a piece of the wreck in the 2012 NASCAR Budweiser Shootout.
Big pileup in the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Budweiser Shootout after David Ragan spins Paul Menard.
The start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Budweiser Shootout.
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www.sefx3d.com Daytona Beach Florida New Film Production company. Marcos Ambrose hit Joey Logano in the left rear, triggering a nasty six-car wreck during NASCAR's preseason exhibition race with 20 laps to go at Daytona International Speedway. The crash destroyed the cars of Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. -- all three of them contenders to win -- as well as Matt Kenseth, Ambrose and Logano. Captured by John Reynolds of SEFX3D Films with a GoPro Hero 2 HD camera.
Watch highlights of the Budweiser Shootout. Kyle Busch took the checkered flag in Daytona.
One of the closest finishes I have ever seen! Credit to NASCAR.com
Credit to NASCAR.com
The NASCAR on FOX crew recap the Budweiser Shootout. Kyle Busch took the checkered flag.
2011 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona Crashe and incidents
In the closest finshes in Budweiser Shootout History Kyle Busch makes a lat second passes and defeats Tony Stewart.
Jeff Gordon goes upside down for the first time in his NASCAR career, at Daytona.
Kyle Busch Wins the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Budweiser Shootout at Daytona.
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The closest finish in Budweiser Shootout history, Kyle Busch takes the win in his wrecked car inches ahead of Tony Stewart
The third big wreck of the day, Jeff Gordon gets the worst of it and ends up on his roof
kyle busch wins it by inches by beating tony stewart AMAZING! photo finish this is the best race in a longggg time
Kyle Busch gets loose and a wreck insues in front where jeff gordon gets hit, and goes on his side and barrel rolls a couple times down the front stretch. McMurray, Johnson kurt busch were also involved
Marcos Ambrose gets into the back of Joey Logano and starts a multi car wreck involving Kevin Harvick, Dale Jr. Martin Truex and Matt Kenseth
Kyle Busch goes sideways, twice, and saves it.
David Ragan bumps Paul Menard and collects Michael Waltrip, & all others include Matt Kenseth, Kasey Kahne, Jeff Burton, Denny Hamlin, & Juan Pablo Montoya and Jeff Gordon avoids the wreck once again in the 2012 NASCAR Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway.
Involved Burton Ragan Waltrip Menard Montoya Kenseth Hamlin Kahne
this is the big one early in the 2012 bud shootout as David Ragan Gets into the back of Paul Menard taking Kasey Kahne, Michael Waltrip, Denny Hamlin, Juan Pablo Montoya, Matt Kenseth, and Greg Biffle, Jeff Burton were involved
www.gojoeylogano.com Joey Logano, David Ragan, Michael Waltrip, and Jamie Mcmurray 2012 Budweiser Shootout Selection
Tony Stewart turns Kurt Busch and they collect Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, and AJ Allmendinger. Jeff Gordon also gets some slight damage. Thanks to Speed Channel for the footage!
Looks as though the pack racing is back at Daytona, including the occasional multi car wreck as in practice for the Bud Shootout
Updates after this video was uploaded: - David Ragan picked up Maximum Huamn Performance (MHP) as a sponsor This is your list of drivers that are qualified to be in the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway. If you finished in the Top 25 in driver's points or are a past Daytona winners (in the Shootout, Daytona 500, or the July Daytona race) you are eligible for this race. The Budweiser Shootout Draw Party (which sets the field for the race) will be on Friday February 17 at 8:00 pm EST on SPEED. I do not own any of the images and audio used. Full credit goes to their respectful owners.
NR2003 League Race @ Daytona for the running of the Budweiser Shootout.
The first race of the NASCAR Full Throttle Cup Series come to you from Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida for the Budweiser Shootout. A non points event.
Check out the commercial for the 2012 Budweiser Shootout! The Budweiser Shootout will take place on February 18, 2012.
The intro to the 2011 edition of the NASCAR Budweiser Shootout on Daytona International Speedway.
The Race Rewind of Budweiser Shootout held on Daytona International Speedway 12th February 2011. Check out how new surface/new cars works out and much talked bumpdrafting offerin over 200 mph speeds for drivers! © 2011 NASCAR www.nascar.com
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- (Terry Blount) Pair up and take your chances. In more than half a century of racing on this historic track, no one had ever seen anything like the Budweiser Shootout on Saturday night. It was a shocker from start to finish, including Kurt Busch winning the all-star race as the second driver to cross the final line. Denny Hamlin was first, but he went below the yellow line to pass Ryan Newman. That's a no-no. Busch was third as he came off Turn 4 on the final lap, but push-partner Jamie McMurray got Busch the victory going to the outside line at the end. "It's great to win here no matter what kind of race it is," Busch said. "Thanks to my motor department, Jamie McMurray. This is a whole new game at Daytona." Instead of the usual restrictor-plate pack racing, this was two-pack racing. You've heard of pairs skating. This was pairs racing -- two-by-two-by-two was the way to zoom to the front -- and it happened faster than in any race in the 23-year history of the restrictor-plate era. We're talking more than 206 mph on some laps, a double-up danger of speed new to everyone involved.
(Apologies for the bad quality, new recorder sucks, and my TV decides to put this channel (and other channels) in widescreen format) How's this to start a season. Denny Hamlin passes Ryan Newman below the yellow line on the last lap coming to the checkered flag. Kurt Busch, getting help from Jamie McMurray was able to pass Newman, but didn't pass Denny across the line. Moments after the finish, Kurt Busch was announced the winner, and Denny was black flagged for passing below the yellow line, although it was pretty clear he passed Ryan before he went below the line. If the race ended with no black flag, according to NASCAR.com's Leaderboard before the black flag, margin of victory would've been 0.003 sec. Credit goes to NASCAR and FOX Network.
The final laps of the 2011 Budweiser Shootout, and it was a close one
It's time for a 203 mph SHOOTOUT! TO THE BACK: none reported
** No Copyright Intended ** 2011 Budweiser Shootout Practice 1 .
Well, this is something new. While the cars are doing 203MPH laps, the lights go out on half the track! Imagine this happening during the Singapore F1 GP...
(Forgot Mark Martin, sorry everyone. Didn't read the list good enough) Here it is, the first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Entry List of 2011. These are the drivers that are attempting to run the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway. Some sponsors are guesses, but the drivers listed first are confirmed to be in the race. The unknown drivers for this race I haven't heard from, once I get more news (same will go for sponsors) I'll put an annotation in the video. (Sterling Marlin is on the Entry List, but I believe he announced retirement sometime last year). Budweiser Shootout Drawing: February 11 on SPEED at 8:00 pm EST Budweiser Shootout Race: February 12 on FOX at 8:00 pm EST Stay tuned next week for the 2011 DAYTONA 500 ENTRY LIST, which will have a new page format. (I no not own the images and audio used in this video)
Credit to TNT.
Jamie McMurray gets sideways and into Ryan Newman. While checking up, Mark Martin gets into Brian Vickers and he hits the outside wall. Drivers involved: 8 - Dale Earnhardt Jr. 9 - Kasey Kahne 12 - Ryan Newman 88 - Dale Jarrett 25 - Brian Vickers 26 - Jamie McMurray 10 - Scott Riggs
Check out our 2011 Budweiser Shootout TV commercial and let us know what you think!
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