Ford EcoBoost 400: Win, Lose or Draw

To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth Sprint Cup. One of the first questions Johnson heard was what it would take to win a seventh title. So much for the celebration. So let's take a look back at the last race of 2013 to see who might be in the best place to challenge Jimmie Johnson in 2014...Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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Ford EcoBoost 400 Odds

  The odds are out for the final race in the 2013 Sprint Cup season. In a season that has been full of strange, it's fitting to see how strange the numbers look for Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. (more...) ...

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Nationwide Championship Battle Offers Contrasting Contenders

While Jimmie Johnson all but appears to have wrapped up his sixth NSCS championship, the season finale weekend at Homestead- Miami is not devoid of drama. Just eight points separate Nationwide Series points leader Austin Dillon and runner-up Sam Hornish Jr. Lest you think today's driver is a corporate robot, these two contenders here couldn't possibly be any more different. One is a former Indy Car champion, the other, the grandson of a legendary car owner. One is a silent stoic from a to ...

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Travis Pastrana: Unsuccessful, But Not A Failure

One of NASCAR's more colorful characters is hanging it up. Travis Pastrana, a former Motocross and Supercross champion, and a 10-time X Games gold medalist, says he's moving on after a 41 race career in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. ''I hate to quit and I hate to fail, but sometimes things work out as they should,'' Pastrana said in an announcement on his Facebook page. "Unfortunately my results were not good enough to get the sponsors I needed to appropriately fund next season.'' Taking ...

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Dylan Kwasniewski Flat Out Episode 7 Party Time

// Party TimeOn the eve of a big race, Dylan has a "small" house party and is busted by his mom. But the repercussions forced on him as a punishment may prove to be essential in his breakthrough performance at this seminal event in the circuit. ...

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AdvoCare 500: Win Lose or Draw

  Photo Courtesy: Jennifer Stewart-US PRESSWIRE[/caption] So the race for the 2013 Sprint Cup is essentially over. So while we know who the biggest two winners of the weekend were, there are several others who left Phoenix impacted significantly by Sunday's events. Here's a quick breakdown, Bert Convy style... Win: Mark Martin Chances are Martin has just one race left in his hall of fame worthy Sprint Cup career. Martin never won a title, finished second in the points five time ...

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AdvoCare 500 Odds

There are only two more races in the 2013 Sprint Cup season. While fans let that sink in, there are still several unanswered questions for fans, teams and drivers. Judging by what oddsmakers think, we may not get many answers this weekend. (more...) ...

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The Chase Stinks! No It Doesn’t! Yes It Does!

With Jimmie Johnson's dominating win in the Ninth Annual Texas AAA 500, the din of dislike by NASCAR fans concerning the the Chase for the Championship grows louder. Even some of the most reasoned fans decry the governing body's playoff system as the "worst idea ever." Some in the media stand in support, while finding a fan who is supportive enough to put in writing is rarer yet. On the other side of the coin is a seemingly overwhelming fan base who possess a visceral dislike for this method ...

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Undeniably The Best

You may not like where he's from- "Southern California is for wigged out movie stars and surfer dudes" some lament. You may not care for his demeanor- his cool comes off to some as either smug or bland. You may detest his employer- yours truly is beginning to think Mr. Hendrick's first name is "Felon." For years, detractors have tried to wrinkle their noses at his accomplishments, but Sunday's race at Texas bears it out..... Jimmie Johnson is undeniably the best racer in NASCAR today. Whe ...

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AAA Texas 500: Win, Lose or Draw

Every fan of NASCAR should take a few seconds and recognize the historic greatness they saw Sunday when Jimmie Johnson owned the AAA Texas 500. The dominant win change the way fans will watch the final two races of the 2013 Sprint Cup season, enough so to merit a breakdown, Bert Convy style (more...) ...

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