How Kyle Busch Will Make The Chase

  Like the NASCAR promo spot says, every hero needs a villain, every Hatfield needs a McCoy. By now, even the critics are missing colorful Kyle Busch. The younger half of the most infamous brothers since Frank and Jesse James has been recovering from nasty leg and foot injuries sustained while racing in the Xfinity Series at Daytona on opening weekend, missing out on the first 11 races of 2015. He's been given the green light to resume racing, and he'll be in action on All-Star weeke ...

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Consistency, Not Conspiracy Is NASCAR’s Problem

  It seems like we've seen this movie before. A Joe Gibbs Racing driver wrecks and another JGR driver is unhappy with how the caution flag was (or wasn't) handled. Regardless of whether or not you like Denny Hamlin, Carl Edwards, JGR or Toyota, you have to admit the drivers of the 11 and the 19 have a point; in fact its one of the real issues that surrounds NASCAR. Consistency, not conspiracy is NASCAR's problem. On this page, yours truly poked a little bit of fun at NASCAR conspi ...

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NASCAR Odds: Spongebob Squarepants 400

I'm not sure what seems sillier: naming a race after a cartoon character or the odds for Kevin Harvick at Saturday night's SpongebobSquarepants 400. Neither are bad; both are a bit strange when you do some quick analysis. (more...) ...

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The Black Helicopters Are Circling NASCAR Again

I'm beginning to think Alex Jones must be a NASCAR fan. The father of some of the wildest conspiracy theories you've ever heard on the radio surely must be behind the story behind Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s victory Sunday in the Geico 500. "Jimmie Johnson let Junior win it, because they're teammates, he needed a win to get in the chase, and besides Johnson owes Junior for Johnson's win at Talladega in 2011." The black helicopters are out once again and there's a run on tin foil in the NASCAR natio ...

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Earnhardt-Johnson Bond Stronger Than You Think

Some things aren't what they seem . Remember how it was with Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jeff Gordon. To Earnhardt fans, Gordon was a girly man; a mere boy; a driver more fit for the "hoity toidy" world of open wheel than the rough and tumble world of NASCAR. no doubt, The Intimidator's jokes that called the "Wonder Boy's" manhood into question only further fueled it. It gave off a perception that the hero of the blue collar set despised fresh faced youth with California roots. The truth is, E ...

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