JOHNSON AND BUSCH: A RIVALRY IN THE MAKING

BRISTOL, Tenn. _ With such a renewed focus on rivalries in the sport, another great rivalry is in the beginning stages. No, I’m not talking about Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski. I’m not talking about Kevin Harvick and Edwards either. The newest rivalry that is developing in the Sprint Cup Series appears to be between Jimmie Johnson and Kurt Busch. This rivalry, unlike the others, is developing not in the media center, but on the track. During Sunday’s Food City 500 at th ...

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25 NASTY NASCAR CRASHES

It has been awhile since we posted any videos or photos of NASCAR wrecks. We know what you people like. Check out this gallery of 25 nasty NASCAR crashes. ...

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BRISTOL LEGENDS CRASH

BRISTOL, Tenn. _ What was slated to be a fun race between some of NASCAR’s biggest legends quickly took a turn for the worse on Lap 30 when Larry Pearson cut a tire in Turn 2. The No. 21 spun into the outside wall, then slid down the track. Unable to slow down, Charlie Glotzbach plowed into the driver side door of Pearson’s car in one of the most vicious wrecks in recent memory. After the cacophonous boom of the hit, an immediate hush fell on the Bristol Motor Speedway as people on p ...

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ROGERS ADMITS FRUSTRATION, REFUSES TO BE RATTLED

BRISTOL, TENN._ To say Joe Gibbs Racing is not where they would like to be four races into the 2010 Sprint Cup season is a fairly safe assumption. In particular, Kyle Busch’s season has yet to live up to expectations. The No. 18 team has yet to finish in the top-10, is 15th in the standings and failed to break into the top-20 in any of the practice sessions this weekend in Bristol. A three time winner at the ‘World’s Fastest Half-Mile,’ Busch and crew chief Dave Rogers we ...

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EDWARDS AND KESELOWSKI MEET WITH NASCAR

BRISTOL, TENN. _ Before the action got under way at the Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday morning, Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski, along with team owners Jack Roush and Roger Penske, met with NASCAR officials to discuss their incident that occurred two weeks ago in Atlanta. Meeting for over half an hour, the two drivers eventually emerged side-by-side, smiling and pointing at each other as they rushed in different directions to Nationwide Series qualifying. Rolling off right after one another ...

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