Tag:James Buescher
Posted on: June 10, 2011 5:15 pm
 

Earnhardt Jr. says James Buescher has one coming

Posted by Pete Pistone

The subject of drivers getting into each other on the race track and paying back with damage was a subject Dale Earnhardt Jr. was asked to comment on during his media availability Friday at Pocono. Junior referred to a Kevin Harvick vs. Denny Hamlin incident during Dover practice last fall and then pointed to a current driver whom he believes has one coming:

“I’d get mad. Heck yeah. When Denny and Brad were being idiots at Charlotte that one race and banging into each other’s fenders and stuff it really upset me. I was in another car and I went up there and ran into Denny. We were all like, ‘Hey don’t hit that car.’ It was just really stupid all of us and then there was that big fight afterwards between the two teams. Not my team but the other two teams. It was just silly. That happens all the time and yeah you get mad. That damn Beuscher kid wrecked Danica in California for no freaking reason at all so he’s on the list. He’s got his coming one day.”
 
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Posted on: September 27, 2010 9:26 am
Edited on: September 28, 2010 10:44 am
 

Turner putting stamp on expanded organization

Steve Turner, who completed a purchase of the four-car team of Braun Racing last week, isn't wasting anytime making changes.

Brian Scott , who had been the primary driver of Braun's No. 11 car this season, has driven his last race for the team and Tayler Malsam,  who had been sharing seat time in the No. 10 with Jason Leffler . looks to be out the door as well.

The departures open the door for Ricky Carmichael and James Buescher , who both have been driving for Turner in the Truck Series.

Carmichael will make his Nationwide debut in the No. 10 car at Kansas, while Buescher will draw duties in the No. 11.

Leffler had been splitting time between the No. 10 and No. 38 cars of Braun Racing. He should be safe for the remainder of the season.  Reed Sorenson, who has been the primary driver of the No. 32, is also expected to remain through season's end. Their status for next season, however, is not yet clear.




 
 
 
 
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