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Required Viewing: This Weekend's Racing

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On: Fri, Sep 18, 2009 at 4:50PM | By: John Welch


Required Viewing: This Weekend's Racing

Grand-Am tears up Miller Motorsports Park, NASCAR gets the 'Chase' underway, NHRA counts down their own 'Chase To Marketing Glory', and the IRL visits the Motegi Circuit in Japan.

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18

12:00pm SPEED: NASCAR Sprint Cup practice, Loudon, N.H.

6:00pm VERSUS: IndyCar Series qualifying, Motegi, Japan

10:30pm VERSUS: IndyCar Series race, Motegi, Japan

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19

9:00am SPEED: NASCAR Sprint Cup practice, Loudon, N.H.

10:00am SPEED: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series qualifying, Loudon, N.H.

1:00pm SPEED: NASCAR Whelen Modified Series race, Loudon, N.H.

3:00pm SPEED: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race, Loudon, N.H.

5:30pm SPEED: Grand-Am Rolex Series, Tooele Valley, Utah

7:00pm VERSUS: IndyCar Series race, Motegi, Japan

11:30pm ESPN2: NHRA Full Throttle Series qualifying, Charlotte, N.C.

SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 20

1:00pm ABC: NASCAR Sprint Cup race, Loudon, N.H.

7:00pm ESPN2: NHRA Full Throttle Series Final Eliminations, Charlotte, N.C.

That's a full weekend, kids; fire up those DVRs. Motegi was the site of Danica Patrick's first win in the Indy Car series, and there is no F1 this weekend, so I may watch the IRL this weekend. I can't help but be interested in the 'Chase for the Cup'; three of the four Hendrick cars are in the Chase this year, and I am a hopeless Hendrick apologist. The Grand-Am race should be pretty entertaining, the season is wrapping up, and there is a heated points battle going on between The Gainsco Pontiac team, Telmex Lexus, and the Sun Trust Ford.

Source: Racer.com


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