UPCOMING NASCAR VIDEO GAMES

 Several sources have confirmed that Activision has acquired sole license to produce NASCAR video games (goodbye Reverse Madden Curse). Beginning next year with NASCAR 11, the first dedicated NASCAR racing sim in two years, Activision will roll out a series of video games integrating America's favorite motorsport into Activision's video game franchises.Activision has a slew of hot, new games combining the best of NASCAR with exciting, classic franchises. These title ...

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AAA 400 ODDS

The first race of The Chase tells a story. But even this one seems stunning for Hollywood.After Tony Stewart’s fuel mileage cost me 50 fakes dollars, leaving me down a fake 130 bucks for the season, we know there are drivers who seem to be on the outside looking in. Others find themselves in thin ice. Some are looking awfully good. Who fits is what’s surprising. Outside Looking InIn theory, Clint Bowyer, Matt Kenseth and Tony Stewart are toast. Someone tenth or worse in the standi ...

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TEST DO NOT PUBLISH KYLE BUSCH FINED FOR SWEARING

Kyle Busch had has hopes go up in smoke after he got fined for swearing. NASCAR announced a suspension of 6 races and the loss of 50 points Tuesday. ...

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NASCAR AND NHRA CREWS GRIND IT OUT

CHARLOTTE _ The NHRA came to the heart of NASCAR country last weekend. Drag racing was the featured attraction at Charlotte Motor Speedway’s strip. The superspeedway across the street is famous for holding a 600-mile race each year but on this day cars were winning and losing after only 1,000 feet. Still, from the pit area the similarities in mechanic behavior was evident.You can tell a lot about a race team’s immediate status by the motion and speed of the pit crew. When a NASCAR Cu ...

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BOWYER HIT HARD BY PENALTY

Clint Bowyer’s gamble on fuel last weekend in New Hampshire may have paid off and put the Chase driver in Victory Lane on Sunday, but on Wednesday, NASCAR handed down a hefty penalty that sent Bowyer from second in the Chase standings all the way to 12th. After taking the winning No. 33 Chevrolet was sent back to the NASCAR Research & Development Center in Concord, N.C., officials determined the rear of the car – where the body lined up with the chassis – did not meet the s ...

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