A Lesson Learned From The Tony Stewart Case

  Auto racing legend Tony Stewart won't face criminal charges in relation to the August 9 incident during a sprint car race at Canandaigua  Motor Sports Park in which 20-year Kevin Ward Jr. was struck and killed as he angrily approached Stewart's passing car. Considering all we have learned over the course of seven weeks, the American justice system- for all its faults- has accomplished its work as it is designed to do. How did you react to the story when it first broke, especiall ...

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Call Logano Anything, But Don’t Call Him A Bust

  The poor kid has been saddled with a variety of lame and/or disparaging nicknames since he came on to the NASCAR scene with great anticipation long before he could quaff his first brewski. True enough, the "Sliced Bread" monicker was meant with good intentions, but what teen sensation would really want that for a nickname? One fellow blogger playfully jabbed at his physique by calling him "Joey The Giraffe." When his career seemed to stall at Joe Gibbs Racing, he became "Burnt Toas ...

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Nascar Recap: Sylvania 300

[caption id="attachment_684970" align="aligncenter" width="497"] Credit: NHMS/HHP[/caption] A Sprint Cup trend is turning into Sprint Cup fact. With Joey Logano's win at Sunday's Sylvania 300, it marks the 19th win by Team Penske or Hendrick Motorsports this 2014 Sprint Cup season. That's now 67.8 percent of the races for those counting. While the winner seems predictable, this Nascar recap shows other winners and losers from the weekend. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: Sylvania 300

In the world of Nascar odds, Brad Keselowski has entered some rare air. The Blue Deuce has five Sprint Cup wins, two more than anyone else. That success, coupled with two wins in a row, have put quite the spotlight on Keselowksi as sprint Cup fans head to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for the Sylvania 300. (more...) ...

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Due Process For Wards, Stewart Not Quick Nor Convenient

"Due Process"- it's a term thrown around with great frequency in this day and age of 24 hour news and abundant legal dramas. Do we pause to ponder what that means? "Process" suggests a gathering of details, the accumulation of evidence, the recalling of accounts, and reviewing them in examination for the purpose of resolving a legal matter. "Due" suggests all citizens involved in a legal proceeding have rights. In America, citizens have a right to due process; there is no rush to judgment ...

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