Absolutely nothing on Chris Buescher who came in second and did a fantastic job. You ougth to be ashamed of yourselfs.
No interviews or comments from CHRIS. I expect it won't be long till we all see Chris in the Nationwide series. Great Talent
Chris had a strong run!
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He sure did and hoping he comes over to Nascar. This kid is awesome-
BTW just for the record Been a long time ARCA fan which no longer will exist. I will visit at times but never with the same interest as I once had. Just tell me who came in second at Daytona? How much was Chris mention. Chris won the last two Toleda races yet look at their Home Page NO MENTION JUST PICTURES #16 AND # 17 CAR. ENOUGH OF ARCA FOR ME AND THE MEMBERS AT THE CLUB HOUSE
What did you think of Buescher's NASCAR Nationwide races a few weeks ago?
Without a doubt "A FUTURE NASCAR CHAMP."
I am hoping that the ARCA FORD TEAMS will be using the NEW FR9 FORD ENGINES and soon.
I have a question, what happen to Chris at the NJ Road race. All I could tell, he was right up there in the top five and than something happened and he fell like hot potato.
I use to watch the Live Timing and Scoring but thats a waste of time. Nothing at all like NASCAR LEADERDOARD, so now all i do it check it out now and than. As you must well know it doesn't move much. WHAT A WASTE.
Could become ARDENT ARCA FAN if someone would try and help the fans who are unable to get to a race TO ACTUALLY KNOW JUST WHAT IS GOING ON DURING THE RACE
Thank you for replying to my previous inquiry
Mr. and Mrs Karausky
Just got my answer------------------Like I said this kid Chris Beuscher IS AWESOME----------------------------
Buescher Laments Lost Chance: Chris Buescher (No. 17 Roulo Brothers Racing Ford) stayed on the track while others pitted to close Lap 37, and ran away with the lead for 16 laps. When it appeared he was going to check out and win his third career ARCA Racing Series race, he encountered a Lap 54 incident with another car and suffered a flat left front tire. Since a restart on Lap 40 and before the incident, Buescher had increased his lead on Tim George Jr. to over 2.8 seconds. "We were good, and all of a sudden, we were wrecked," Buescher said. "That's about all I know. Our car was fast. The 53 car (Ranger) might have gotten to us and it would have been one heck of a race, but we never got the chance. Leading the race and getting wrecked by a lapped car, it'll hurt you a little bit. It'll be all good, because I'll have a 16-hour drive to think about it here. After that, we'll push it aside."
That's too bad. Buescher will get a lot of wins this season if he keeps running at the front.