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-think the #10 will run the whole race
-Benny the #10 did not miss practice today
-today was 2 test sessions
-there are 2 practices tomorrow for the race
-the #10 car is locked into the race by being 32nd in owners pts
-this may explain why rutti is not in the car...
•Raines in the #10 at Michigan: Tony Raines is getting a second chance to drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing. Team officials confirmed Tuesday that Raines will be replacing David Reutimann in the #10 Chevy for Sunday's Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway. Raines climbed into the #36 Chevrolet at Pocono when Kurt Busch's one-race suspension created a NASCAR version of musical chairs. With Reutimann subbing for Busch, Dave Blaney moved to the #10. However, with Busch returning to Phoenix Racing, some changes to the lineup at TBR had to be made. "We had a plan with Reutimann driving for the #51," team spokesman Heather Lumpp said. "We are sticking with our plan, and Reutimann will be back in the #10 at Kentucky." Where that leaves Reutimann -- who has attempted to make every race this season -- is unclear. He's driven three times for [#93 and #73] BK Racing in 2012, but a team spokesman said there are currently no plans to add a third car to the entry list this weekend.(NASCAR.com)(6-13-20102)
- 1 Reply to wally
practice 1 http://www.nascar.com/races/cup/2012/15/data/practice1_speeds.html
Don't know but according to nascar the number 10 practiced no laps for the race...
- 2 Replies to Benny
I don't like this. David Reutimann got royally screwed when all is said and done. And for what?
I almost feel like they are family, having watched his grandfather and dad race when I was six years old. And Wayne as well.
The Reutimann family is a class act and NASCAR would benefit from them participating in the sport.
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