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Jeff Gordon Wreck/brawl Advocare 500 NASCAR PIR [10:03]
Live Video from the front row of the lap that Jeff Gordon's wreck led to a brawl with the pit crews... Phoenix International Raceway 11/11/2012

1987 Dwyer Stakes [03:07]
Gone West, who floundered while trying to provide Woody Stephens with his sixth straight Belmont Stakes winner last month, won back his national prominence yesterday with a 12 1/2-length triumph over Pledge Card and Polish Navy in the $230400 Dwyer Stakes at Belmont Park. Gone West benefited from a drying track that favored front-runners and rail-runners, but was still very impressive and clearly the best horse in the field. Polish Navy outbroke him, but Gone West shot up on the inside to take the lead within the first quarter-mile and the duel was over. Gone West led at every call while posting steady fractions of 23 2/5, 47, 1:10 3/5 and 1:35 3/5. Gone West finished the one and one-eighth miles in the fine time of 1:48 2/ 5 under Eddie Maple and paid $4.20 as the favorite in a field of six. Pledge Card ran down Polish Navy in the final furlong and beat him by a half a length for second. Another eight lengths back was KC's Best Turn, and Jazzing Around and Simply Majestic brought up the rear. The victory was a bright spot in a gray Belmont meeting for Stephens. His Belmont Stakes streak was broken June 6 when Gone West finished sixth, 23 3/4 lengths behind Bet Twice, and the trainer had not won a race since sending out Nudge to an allowance victory that day. The Dwyer was only the third victory of the Belmont meeting for Stephens, the first coming when Gone West won the opening-day Withers Stakes on May 6. ''He looked like a race horse today,'' Stephens said of Gone West ...

BARC Winter Series Race 2 from Rockingham, lap 1, wet, greasy and crowded [01:53]
Too much wheelspin off the line after initial movement but not used to these conditions and I think when I start driving a road car next year I might have a better chance :) The right hand side of the grid all get away better as the track was a bit dryer up there but then as you will see its a balance of trying not to hit anyone as I was much quicker arounds turn 2,3,4,5 but with no gaps so have to keep lifting, it was very hard to pass without too much risk when the track is so unpredictable and when I didnt qualify nearer the front. Was a good race in the end and really enjoyed it.

Jeff Gordon Crash Turns Into A Massive Brawl [03:31]
With his No. 15 Toyota still smoking, Clint Bowyer sprinted from his car to the garage to confront Jeff Gordon, who dumped him with two laps remaining in Sunday's Advocare 500. Bowyer's team already was involved in a brawl before the driver attempted to run up into Gordon's No. 24 hauler, but was held back by NASCAR officials and other team members. The incident stemmed from contact between Bowyer and Gordon on Lap 305 when the No. 15 slid up into Gordon's No. 24 while both drivers were battling for fifth place. Gordon limped around the track for several laps before taking out Bowyer and collecting Joey Logano directly in front of Brad Keselowski, who took the points lead with his run at Phoenix International Raceway. "We got used up by Clint several times this year, and enough is enough," Gordon's crew chief Alan Gustafson said. "If you're going to mess with the bull, you're going to get the horns. "That's just ridiculous that a champion would act like that," Bowyer's team owner Michael Waltrip said. NASCAR red-flagged the event to clean up the track. After almost 15 minutes, the race resumed.

PA HarnessWeek Episode #175 (Nov. 10, 2012) [29:03]
Fifty shades of gray? Pocono celebrated more shades than that as they celebrated Halloween with the annual Gray Ghost & Poltergeist Pace...we've got the recap. Kelly chats with trainer and driver Joe Pavia Jr about his long career, how the sport has changed over the years and his thoughts on yet another successful season. We also head to Indiana Downs for the Indiana Pacing Derby, won by Foiled Again with Yannick Gingas in the bike, as well as Tim Tetrick's win in the Oliver Trotting Classic with Upfront Billy. Sharla catches up with Tim about his drive in the big race as well as his thoughts on a horse to watch, Mr Hasani M, quite possibly one of the sport's stars of tomorrow. Plus wins from Tom Jackson with Keystone Velocity, Tyler Buter with Woodstock Hanover, Mitchell Walker with Rush N Supreme, Matt Kakaley with Dodger Hanover, Ron Pierce with That's Justice and more.

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