Due Process For Wards, Stewart Not Quick Nor Convenient

"Due Process"- it's a term thrown around with great frequency in this day and age of 24 hour news and abundant legal dramas. Do we pause to ponder what that means? "Process" suggests a gathering of details, the accumulation of evidence, the recalling of accounts, and reviewing them in examination for the purpose of resolving a legal matter. "Due" suggests all citizens involved in a legal proceeding have rights. In America, citizens have a right to due process; there is no rush to judgment ...

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Have We Caught A Glimpse Of The Final Four For Chase?

Funny thing happened Sunday; I went to take a nap and a race broke out. If there's been a better race at Chicagoland, I don't remember it. Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon and Joey Logano raced like men possessed. If these and other some of the other talented racers that comprise the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series keep this kind of racing up- the kind where they go like it really means something- this Chase will be one for the ages. The 2014 Chase may well achieve the kind ...

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Nascar Recap: MyAFibStory.com 400

  A new era is underway, even if Sprint Cup fans saw a similar result. The first race of the new Chase format saw a familiar winner in Victory Lane, with Brad Keselowski securing a spot in the quarterfinals of sorts with his fifth win of the 2014 Sprint Cup season. Keselowksi wasn't the only winner this weekend. Here's a Nascar recap of the winners and losers from Chicagoland. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: MyaFibStory.com 400

[caption id="attachment_684862" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: Chicagoland Speedway[/caption] Sixteen drivers begin their journey to a Sprint Cup title Sunday at the MyaFibStory.com 400 In reality, it looks like only five have a chance to take home the title. That reality is reflected in the Nascar odds for this week's race outside at Chicagoland Speedway. (more...) ...

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Who Has The Most To Prove In The Chase?

  For some just getting into the dance is enough. Resetting the standings may offer an opportunity for outsiders AJ Allmendinger and Aric Almirola a chance to bust loose in the middle of the floor, but for these teams, just getting there is a big deal. Other drivers like Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne, and Carl Edwards are the NASCAR equivalent of the Houston Rockets: good enough to get in,  just not enough to mount a serious challenge.  Among the field are drivers in their first year with ...

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