Kurt Busch “The Outlaw” Outruns The Posse

  For most, the comeback trail is a long ascent from the bottom. Such is not the way of the NASCAR fans call "The Outlaw." Kurt Busch has been hauling the mail since his 2015 in Phoenix, the fourth reason of the season. Having run only two-thirds of the schedule to date, Busch already has a win and has made a meteoric rise to 18th in points, good enough for at least a wild card berth. NASCAR offered the 2004 champion an exemption due to the late start brought on by legal allegatio ...

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NASCAR Odds: Toyota Owners 400

So much for Joe Gibbs Racing being done for the year. JGR has two wins in its last two Sprint Cup starts. As teams head to Richmond for Sunday's Toyota Owners 400, the NASCAR odds suggest the team may have a three-peat come Sunday. (more...) ...

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The Legacy of Steve Byrnes

  If I may be so raw, cancer sucks. This killer has separated families and deprived this Earth of some fine human beings, people who had something good to contribute. Had cancer not deprived his body of life, 56-year old Steve Byrnes still had plenty to bring to NASCAR nation. If you'll permit this observer to do so, after I all, I know this is a site about NASCAR racing, I'll tell you why Byrnes mattered so much to this sport, and what he taught by example to those of us who eith ...

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Matt Kenseth: Back In The High Life Again

  Make room at the table for Joe Gibbs Racing boys. Alongside Hendrick, Penske and Stewart-Haas, Matt Kenseth's victory Sunday at Bristol offers indication that the likes of the 2013 runner-up and this teammates have found a higher gear and are ready to be accounted for. Kenseth notes a sense of progress for the four car Cup team. " I feel like this year we've really been gaining on it, all of us.  Carl has been good enough to win the last couple weeks.  Just had terrible luck.  I ...

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NASCAR Odds: Food City 500

Kyle Busch at whatever the number. For years, racing at Bristol and predicting a winner was as easy as taking Kyle Busch and whatever odds were associated with his name. Next to Kevin Harvick and Phoenix, there isn't a track more perfectly aligned with a driver than Kyle Busch at Bristol. While it's great to see Busch meeting the media and beginning his recovery from that nasty accident at Daytona, he will not compete in Sunday's Food City 500. As a result, the odds at Bristol Motor Sp ...

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