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PostSubject: peedway and half at Columbus    Tue Dec 07, 2010 1:10 pm

Speedway and half at Columbus 151 Speedway.[2] In 1990, he bought a late model from Rich Bickle.[2] In the season-opening race at Slinger Super Speedway, Kenseth inherited the lead and won his only race of the season when track champion Tony Strupp had a flat tire.[2] He finished sixth in season points and won the track's rookie of the year award.[2] Kenseth entered fifteen ARTGO events that season and raced in 40 features that year.[2] After graduating from Cambridge High School that summer, Kenseth worked for four years selling and shipping parts for Left-hander Chassis, a late model racecar chassis manufacturer just south of Wisconsin in Illinois.[1] In 1991 he won the ARTGO race at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway to become the youngest winner in the series' history.[2] He passed Joe Shear and Steve Holzhausen, and held off Steve and Tom Carlson for the win.[2] 1992 was a difficult year for Kenseth. He won three races and blew up more engines than he could count.[2] He was ready to quit racing after the season.[2] "I felt we were at a standstill", he said. "I wasn't gaining. My dad and I had some major discussions at the end of the year. We had to find the dollars for a good program or I told him I would rather not race."[2] Kipley Performance loaned a motor to Kenseth for the season-final race at La Crosse and the team ran better.[2] Kenseth built a new car for 1993 using a Kipley engine.[2] He used the car at Madison to win eight features and finished second in the points.[2] Mike Butz offered Kenseth the chance to race his late model, and it took some time for the combination to stop struggling before they started winning features.[2] At the end of the season, they won the final short track series race at Madison, La Crosse, and I-70 Speedway.[2]




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PostSubject: Re: peedway and half at Columbus    Wed Dec 08, 2010 3:58 am

Newcastle hopeful of naming manager by the weekend


Pardew and Jol are thought to be on the short list
Newcastle have stepped up their search for a full-time boss with the aim of announcing Chris Hughton's successor by the weekend, BBC Sport understands.
Former Southampton boss Alan Pardew is considered a strong candidate, with ex-Tottenham coach Martin Jol also linked after he quit as Ajax coach on Monday.
Hughton led Newcastle into the top flight last season but the club said it wanted someone "with more experience".
Former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer has said he will not be the next boss.
Shearer, 40, was brought in as caretaker manager in April 2009, but was unable to save the club from relegation to the Championship that season.
"I won't be the next Newcastle manager," he told BBC Radio 5 live. "I can guarantee you that."

The Magpies have installed reserve team coach Peter Beardsley in temporary charge, with former West Ham boss Alan Curbishley and ex-Aston Villa manager Martin O'Neill also linked with the job.
BBC Sport understands that Pardew was in talks with Newcastle about taking over at St James' Park as long as 10 days ago.
It is believed Pardew became close friends with Newcastle owner Mike Ashley and director Derek Llambias when all three were familiar faces at an exclusive London casino where Llambias was managing director.
Following the dismissal of Hughton, a Newcastle statement said: "The board would like to place on record their thanks to Chris Hughton for his considerable efforts during the club's transition from Championship to Premier League club.
"Chris has shown exceptional character and commitment since being appointed manager in October 2009. The club wishes him well in the future. The task of appointing a new manager now begins."

PHIL MCNULTY'S BLOG
Chris Hughton has brought dignity, stability and a respectable Premier League placing to Newcastle United - so it should be no surprise that his reward from owner Mike Ashley is the sack
Shearer added that he believes Newcastle's owners have unrealistic expectations of what the club can achieve in the short term.
"I wonder to myself where they think Newcastle should be, if they think they should be higher than mid-table, because I'm not being disrespectful to the squad but they're not going to finish in the top six or seven," said Shearer.
"That is not Newcastle's season. Newcastle's season this year should be all about staying in the Premier League.
"At this moment in time there's no danger of them [being relegated]. For me, Chris was doing a very, very fine job."








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