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Auto races up next on the major circuits

Nationwide

What: Nashville 300

When/where: Today, practice; Saturday, qualifying; race (ESPN, 4 p.m.); Lebanon, Tenn.

Fast facts: Carl Edwards, left, has a series-high three victories at the track, winning in June 2006 and sweeping the 2007 races. … Kyle Busch won the June race last year at the track.

Standings: 1. Edwards, 670; 2. Brad Keselowski, 644; 3. Justin Allgaier, 639; 4. Kyle Busch, 594; 5. Kevin Harvick, 569; 6. Greg Biffle, 563; 7. Paul Menard, 528; 8. Steve Wallace, 472; 9. Mike Wallace, 458; 10. Brian Vickers, 457

Trucks

What: Nashville 200

When/where: Today, practice, qualifying; race (Speed, 8 p.m.); Lebanon, Tenn.

Fast facts: Kevin Harvick is making his third series start of the season. Fellow Sprint Cup drivers Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski also are racing. … Ron Hornaday, 51, has a series-record 45 wins. … The series will return to Nashville in August, the first time the track has had two races in a season.

Standings: 1. Timothy Peters, 501; 2. Aric Almirola, 442; 3. Todd Bodine, 413; 4. Harvick, 390; 5. Matt Crafton, 388; 6. Jason White, 371; 7. Ricky Carmichael, 360; 8. Tayler Malsam, 357; 9. Austin Dillon, 334; 10. David Starr, 333

Formula One

What: Malaysian Grand Prix

When/where: Today, practice (Speed, 2 a.m.); Saturday, practice, qualifying (Speed, 4 a.m.); Sunday, race (Speed, 4 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. taped); Kuala Lumpur

Fast facts: Driver Rubens Barrichello expects the race to be the last before mirror placement on cars is changed to aid visibility. Drivers have complained that having mirrors on the sidepods of the cars, to aid aerodynamics, makes them vibrate too much and provides poor rear vision. The change would move the mirrors back inward, onto the main body of the chassis, adjacent to the cockpit, where they would be less likely to vibrate.

Standings: 1. Fernando Alonso, 37; 2. Felipe Massa, 33; 3. Jenson Button, 31; 4. Lewis Hamilton, 23; 5. Nico Rosberg, 20; 6. Jason White, 371; 7. Ricky Carmichael, 360; 8. Tayler Malsam, 357; 9. Austin Dillon, 334; 10. David Starr, 333

Sprint Cup

Next: Subway Fresh Fit 600, April 10, Avondale, Ariz.

Standings: 1. Jimmie Johnson, 898; 2. Greg Biffle, 884; 3. Matt Kenseth, 882; 4. Kevin Harvick, 837; 5. Jeff Burton, 785; 6. Kurt Busch, 776; 7. Jeff Gordon, 773; 8. Tony Stewart, 770; 9. Clint Bowyer, 747; 10. Dale Earnhardt Jr., 739; 11. Paul Menard, 735; 12. Brian Vickers, 734

IndyCar

Next: Grand Prix of Alabama, April 11, Birmingham

Standings: 1. Will Power, 103; 2. Ryan Hunter-Reay, 59; (tie) Dario Franchitti, 59; (tie) Justin Wilson, 59; 5. Raphael Matos, 56

NHRA

Next: Spring Nationals, April 9-11, Baytown, Texas

Standings: Top Fuel — 1, Cory McClenathan, 379; 2, Tony Schumacher. Funny Car — 1, John Force, 397; 2, Ron Capps, 308. Pro Stock — 1, Mike Edwards, 484; 2, Jason Line, 303. Pro Stock Motorcycle — 1, Hector Arana, 175; 2, (tie) Eddie Krawiec, 160; Matt Smith, 160

Auto races up next on the major circuits 04/01/10 [Last modified: Thursday, April 1, 2010 8:19pm]
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