All four Stewart-Haas racing pit crew rosters will see changes for Sunday’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 (2 p.m. ET, NBCSN, PRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio), a team spokesperson confirmed for NASCAR.com.During last weekend’s Monster Energy Series race at Kentucky Speedway, Clint Bowyer had a strong No. 14 Ford but expressed frustration over the team’s radio that they couldn’t hold position during pit stops. He finished 12th in the Quaker State 400 presented by Walmart.Bowyer and teammate Kevin Harvick have qualified for the 2018 NASCAR Playoffs win wins. Kurt Busch is 9th in the playoffs standings and Aric Almirola sits 13th entering New Hampshire.The changes, as first reported by NBC Sports’ Dustin Long:— Shayne Pipala to No. 4 front tire changer, replacing Eric Maycroft. Maycroft moves to Michael McDowell’s No. 34 team.–Ira Jo Hussey to No. 14 front tire changer, replacing Daniel Coffey.–Matt Holzbauer to No. 14 tire carrier, replacing Josh Sobecki.–Coffey to No. 10 front tire changer, replacing Ryan Mulder.–Mulder to No. 41 front tire changer, replacing Pipala.Stewart-Haas Racing provides the pit crew for the No. 34 Front Row Motorsports team. Holzbauer comes over to the No. 14 team from the No. 34 team.
Associated Press – Bystanders and police lift a car up to rescue a small child pinned underneath. It happened in Boca Raton, Florida. The child tripped and fell in front of an approaching vehicle and became trapped. He is expected to be fine. (Sept. 29)
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Related iStock/Thinkstock(MOSCOW) — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin on Wednesday, along with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.The previously unscheduled, high-level meeting with Putin — the first for any senior Trump administration official — comes amid heightened tension over U.S. airstrikes in Syria that targeted the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, a Russian ally, after a sarin gas attack on the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun last week.Earlier in the day, Tillerson was met with a stern scolding from Lavrov, as the two convened for what was planned to be a full day of meetings in Moscow. Putin was not scheduled to join the meetings but asked Tillerson and Lavrov to go to the Kremlin in the evening.Lavrov criticized the U.S. for its airstrikes against Assad, warned that similar action was unacceptable to Russia and chided the Trump administration for an inconsistent foreign policy and vacant positions at the State Department.“I will be frank that we have a lot of questions regarding very ambiguous as well as contradictory ideas on a whole plethora of bilateral and international agendas coming from Washington,” Lavrov said through an interpreter.“We have seen just recent highly alarming actions, when there was the unlawful attack against Syria,” he added. “We believe it fundamentally important not to let these actions happen again in the future.”He nonetheless expressed a desire to work with the U.S., especially on counterterrorism issues — in which the Trump administration has also declared an interest.“I believe that your visit is quite timely. I believe that it gives us necessary opportunity, as it was discussed by President Trump and President Putin, to have an honest and frank discussion to clear the outlook for the future of our cooperation, first and foremost on the wide anti-terrorist front,” Lavrov said. For his part, Tillerson offered a more diplomatic hand and shared the sentiment that the meetings were an important step for each side to spell out their positions and understand the scope of their differences.“Our meetings today come at an important moment in the relationship so that we can further clarify areas of common objectives, areas of common interest,” he said, “even when our tactical approaches may be different, and to further clarify areas of sharp difference so that we can better understand why these differences exist and what the prospects for narrowing those differences may be.”“As we both have agreed, our lines of communication shall always remain open,” Tillerson added.The meeting comes amid a fresh war of words over who is responsible for last week’s chemical attack in Syria. Before he arrived in Moscow, Tillerson blamed Russia for being either “complicit” in the attack or “incompetent” for failing to prevent it, while the White House on Tuesday accused Russia of trying to cover up the Assad’s responsibility.The Russians responded with their own harsh rhetoric: Putin compared the accusations from Washington to its claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction before the U.S. invasion in 2003, and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev warned that the U.S. is “on the brink of military conflict with Russia.”Behind closed doors, Tillerson, Lavrov and their delegations may be speaking frankly about critical issues — not just the conflict in Syria and Assad’s future but also counterterrorsm strategy, the threat of North Korea’s nuclear program and the conflict in Ukraine. Meetings are expected to last all day, and in the evening the two diplomats will speak at a press conference.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico