Catching Up With Coach Cal At Quaker 400

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Updated: 6/29/2013 11:54 pm
Sad report tonight for you race fans. Tonight's Quaker State 400 down at the KY Speedway - rained out. Rescheduled for noon Sunday - weather permitting, of course ...

Day not a total washout however. Coach Cal taking one for the team, leaving his vacation early to drive the race's pace car.

Memorable experience for coach. Getting a chance to sample the track that would become unraceable as the night progressed.

Cal - looping around the oval with Kurt Busch before the green flag scheduled to wave.

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