JIMMIE JOHNSON WILL BOUNCE BACK

Jimmie Johnson had a rough go of it on Sunday in New Hampshire, finishing 25th, but that does not mean you can count him out of The Chase.  5 things we learned at Loudon (SI.com) ...

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BOWYER SAVES GAS, EARNS CHASE WIN

The 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup kicked off Sunday in New Hampshire with a wild 300-lap race that came down to fuel mileage and saw Clint Bowyer go from 12th in the standings to championship contender in one afternoon. Earning the 12th and final transfer spot in the Chase, Bowyer and his No. 33 team led by Shane Wilson put together a car that dominated the early stages of Sunday’s Sylvania 300. Falling off a bit in the middle stages of the race, Bowyer and Wilson took a gamble on fuel mil ...

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IS JIMMIE JOHNSON UNSTOPPABLE?

 This time of year Jimmie Johnson, NASCAR's four-time champion, turns into an unstoppable force of nature.  Be it because of his his self-help DVD or his uncomfortably placed golden horseshoe, the 48 team knows who to steer into Victory Lane.This year Johnson has snuck into the Chase for the Cup with little fanfare.  He garnered fleeting mention over that last two months due to poor finishes (only three top 10 finishes since June 27th), but Johnson starts the Chase in second place ...

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KURT BUSCH WILL WIN THE CHASE

So says Sports Illustrated, which has tabbed Captain Frowny Face as its 2010 Sprint Cup champion. Kurt Busch is SI's pick to dethrone Jimmie Johnson (SI.com) ...

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SYLVANIA 300 ODDS

Playoffs. The second season kicks off Sunday in New Hampshire, and that means a different way of seeing how you see the races, especially down a mere fake 80 bucks heading into The Chase. It’s also an excuse for me to use a great rant from a great man. Cue the wild and wacky music inside your head. Here’s my simple approach for thinking about The Chase.I won’t bet on anyone not in The Chase. The track record is dreadful, especially when you take out Talladega, which sho ...

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