EDWARDS GETS THREE WEEKS’ PROBATION FOR WRECKING KESELOWSKI

NASCAR is holding true to its word. The boys will have at it in 2010. NASCAR slapped Carl Edwards on the wrist for intentionally wrecking Brad Keselowski during last weekend's race in Atlanta. On Tuesday NASCAR president Mike Helton said that the decision to give Edwards three weeks' probation was based on two separate issues - the wreck itself and the fact that the car went airborne.Did Edwards get off easy? Or was it correct for NASCAR to punish the intent, rather than the outcome? E ...

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NEW GRAN TURISMO 5 DEMO

NASCAR on Gran Turismo 5 looks ... absolutely sick. Like, better than real life. In this video, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi talks about adding NASCAR to the Gran Turismo roster, which will feature cars from other circuits, as is the Gran Turismo way. Bonus fun: the translator in the video sounds like one of those over-dub guys from a 1970s karate movie.F1 driver falls down elevator shaft in his own home (Yahoo!)Canadians take gold in synchronized peeing (Pat's Papers)Televised interna ...

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NEW GRAN TURISMO 5 VIDEO

NASCAR on Gran Turismo 5 looks ... sick. Like, better than real life. In this video, Gran Turismo creator Kazunori Yamauchi talks about adding NASCAR to the Gran Turismo roster, which will feature cars from other circuits, as is the Gran Turismo way. Bonus fun: the translator in the video sounds like one of those over-dub guys from a1970s karate movie.F1 driver falls down elevator shaft in his own home (Yahoo!)   ...

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OPEN WHEEL POWER SHINES AT ATLANTA

 Kurt Busch won the spring Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the second year in a row. He did it with a new crew chief, but the same car owner. Roger Penske strolled to victory lane on a day when the influence of single-seat and open cockpit racing became evident at the finish.  Penske, or "The Captain" as he is known around racing circuits, is synonymous with motorsports success. He has many owner trophies from NASCAR and even more from various Indycar-style series.& ...

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‘HAVE AT IT, BOYS’ PUT TO THE TEST

NASCAR vice president of competition Robin Pemberton may not have coined the saying "have at it, boys," but Sunday he was asked to explain the limitations of those words. Over 150 laps down and upset with Brad Keselowski, Carl Edwards spun the No. 12, who then lifted into the air, hitting the wall with the driver’s side window. The wreck was eerily similar to the wreck these two were involved in last April on the last lap at Talladega. Keselowski climbed from the car and NAS ...

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