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Author's Note:  It has been my experience that some NASCAR fans have trouble with the concept of satire.  That being said, I feel it is especially important to point out that this article is a satirical attack on a satirical site - double satire, if you will.  I have read quite a bit about this site on various forums around the web, and it's quite obvious that they are being taken seriously.  After an extensive research period of around seven minutes, I discovered that the sa ...

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MCMURRAY, POTHOLE, JUNIOR’S RELEVANCE WIN DAYTONA 500

Jamie McMurray overcame a pesky pothole that caused two long red flag delays, a revitalized Dale Earnhardt Jr., the usual assortment of restrictor-plate crashes and his own gentle tears to win the 2010 Daytona 500. Nice-guy McMurray held off a hard-charging Earnhardt in a green-white-checkered overtime finish. But what this race will be remembered for was its length. It lasted more than six hours. You better believe that left Kyle Busch enough time to sneak in a nap. On national television. ...

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SHOULD YOUR GIRLFRIEND ENJOY NASCAR?

This Sunday will force men across this country to choose between the Daytona 500 and their girlfriends. Many will attempt to combine NASCAR and Valentine's Day into one romantic racing evening ... but should you and your significant other even watch the Daytona 500 together? Here is a list of the pros and cons of getting your girlfriend into racing.   ...

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DAYTONA 500 LATE ODDS

 We didn’t need a stinking starting order to talk about the Daytona 500 odds. Now that we have a starting order, it’s time to put mythical money where my mouth is.This season, I’m going to wager $50 of fake money (I’m married - like I have disposable income) on each race. I’ll use the same odds from USA Today and track my progress/losses for the sake of entertainment purposes only. Some weeks I’ll pick one driver. Some weeks I’ll hedge my bets. And ...

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NEW RULES FORCE TEAMS TO ADJUST

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. _ With the new rules package put in place by NASCAR prior to the Daytona 500, speeds have picked up and the guys behind the wheel have been forced to adjust the way they drive. A larger restrictor plate, a taller whicker down the back of the car and a new rear shock package have changed how the cars handle in the draft around the 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway. Already a handling-sensitive track, the new rules package – plus NASCAR’s ‘hands-off&rsqu ...

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