The Future Is Now For Carl Edwards

Now that champion's week is over and the tux is back in the closet, for all intents and purposes, 2015 has already begun for Carl Edwards. After a decade with Roush Fenway Racing, the Flipmeister turned his first laps for Joe Gibbs Racing in a tire test at Charlotte Motor Speedway. While most of us are mailing out Christmas cards and finishing up our holiday shopping, the future is now for the 33-year old- a two-time runner-up in the Chase. In certain fan circles the switch from Ford to T ...

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The 2014 NASCAR Lefty Awards

  Sometimes it was good, at other times it was bad, and at others- it was just downright ugly; the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season had its share of memorable moments. As the season that was rides off into the sunset, let us bid the campaign a fond farewell with the 2014 "Lefty" Awards...... The Ron White Award "I Had The Right To Remain Silent. I Did Not Have The Ability"- Jeff Gordon- How times have changed. Remember when Brad Keselowski made fans at Bristol a few seasons back when ...

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Nascar Exam

For millions of college students, this is the final day of the Fall Semester. In between coffee breaks, no sleep and panic over letters, students will take tests where simple questions will create an impact that could last for years. Here are the three questions Nascar fans should ponder while shopping for blue books. (more...) ...

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Fans Get Racing Fix At Snowball Derby

Pensacola, Florida may be towards the bottom right-hand corner of your US map, but this week, this little haven in the Sunshine State will be racing central. The 47th annual Snowball Derby will offer of a heaping helping of short-track racing this Sunday afternoon at Five Flags Speedway. As always, there will be a NASCAR presence at the half-mile oval. Two young drivers known well to NASCAR fans will be in the Snowball Derby field. Nationwide Series champion Chase Elliott- who became the ...

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What Kind Of Champion Will Kevin Harvick Make?

  For better or for worse, a champion becomes "the face" for his or her sport. Some of those faces shine well in the spotlight- like the steady, if unspectacular Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs of recent NBA vintage. Others have cast their sport in an embarrassing light- Mike Tyson didn't do boxing too many favors in his prime. In NASCAR, Richard Petty was once racing royalty as its down home "King." Dale Earnhardt was alternately a blue collar hero and the sport's "bad ass" as " ...

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