Kurt Busch Is On The Move

It's official: Kurt Busch is leaving Stewart-Haas Racing. By every indication, the 2004 Cup champion will be taking over the number one car at Chip Ganassi Racing being vacated by Jamie McMurray. Though mildly surprising, you had a feeling this could be the outcome. Unlike other veteran drivers, there's an apparent good future ahead for "The Outlaw." This is a case where less is more. If Kurt Busch goes to CGR, it'll be a two-man operation with Kyle Larson. Sometimes, one got the feeling ...

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Shines Light On His Story

Most will never know what it's like to have a concussion. Is it has become big news in football and youth soccer, it is the account of a retired auto racer that has lent a much brighter light on the subject of concussions. If you've watched the interviews and read the excerpts from his new book, the story of Dale Earnhardt Jr. has done a great deal to chronicle the effects of a concussion. Let's be clear this is not a sponsored post, and yours truly does not make a dime off of talking abo ...

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2018 Signals A Season Of Change Ahead

The 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series just ended, and we already know that 2019 will be a season of change. Next season, we'll see new faces in new places, and some familiar faces will be absent from the NASCAR scene. The retirement of Kasey Kahne ended up being much more sudden than anticipated. Some scary health issues took a season that was supposed to end Sunday, and ended it much sooner. 14 years after he first burst on the scene, and Kahne still looks like a rookie. Lucky fool. ...

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Joey Logano: A Wild Card Champion

NASCAR gets its "Game 7" moment. No, the win by Joey Logano at Homestead wasn't necessarily a photo finish, but a delivery of the unexpected. Logano talked about the "Big Three and Me," and by golly, someone other than Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. or Kyle Busch came away a winner. Whether for better or for worse, the champion was crowned on November 18th, and not during the regular season. Racing fans don't like it much, but now, NASCAR is a little more like other sports. Joey Logano i ...

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David Pearson Had Perhaps The Greatest Season Of All Time

61 percent. Unless you're talking about free throw percentage in basketball, 61 percent is pretty good. As a winning percentage in professional auto racing, it's unheard of! What if I told you David Pearson had a season where he won 61 percent of the races he entered? It happened in 1973. As we pause to remember the Silver Fox in the days following his passing this week, we dig a little deeper to understand his greatness as a racer. David Pearson was a distant second on the all-time Cup S ...

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