The Remaining Schedule Favors A Dark Horse

  In some NASCAR circles, much talk has emerged about the possibility of a winless Chase champion. If NASCAR were Survivor, one would certainly credit Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth with "outlasting" the competition.  Though winless, Newman and Kenseth have raised their respective games at the right time.  The Rocket Man has an average finish of 5.8 in his last five races, while Kenseth has been a solid 9.0. With that said, the biggest threat to win the Chase not named Jeff Gordon o ...

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Winning Is The Best Deodorant

Getting eliminated from the Chase in spite of a sold season stinks. The 88 team- fronted by Dale Earnhardt Jr.- washed away all that disappointment with the sweet scent of victory at Martinsville. As far as NASCAR's favorite son is concerned, you can have your points, it's the winning that matters. "Winning races is the priority.  I don't know that I'd be that damn happy about winning a championship had we not won any races this year.  So definitely winning these races is a whole lot of fun ...

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Nascar Recap: Goody’s Headache Powder 500

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Nascar Odds: Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 Odds

Supposedly, the best eight drivers in the Nascar will start the next round of the Chase Sunday in Martinsville. The Nascar odds for Sunday's Goody's Headache Relief Shot 500 suggest a very different story that may change the way Sprint Cup fans watch Sunday's race. (more...) ...

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Who Has The Inside Track For 2014′s Final Four?

It's 32 down and four to go for the 2014 campaign. Who has the inside track for the season's final four races? The field of eight includes three former champions, three drivers who just missed winning it all in recent years, and all have what it takes to launch a final rush to win the Chase. Each one has in their one way, whether through winning, or by putting together a recent run of success. A closer look at each competitor reveals some interesting findings. One Chase favorite has a tot ...

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