NASCAR Recap: NASCAR BANQUET

[caption id="attachment_686602" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: twitter.com/JoeGibbsRacing[/caption] NASCAR's elite made the trip to Vegas for the sport's annual awards banquet. In between Drew Carey jokes and Tom Cruise appearances, there were plenty of winners and losers from the last week. Here's a breakdown in this NASCAR recap. (more...) ...

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Make Way For A New Wave Of Sprint Cup Talent

2015 Truck Series Champion Erik Jones and Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch Ready or not, here they come. 2016 will bring changes to NASCAR in more ways than one. It will be more than merely a matter of what's new, there's a lot of who's new in the Sprint Cup Series. Jeff Gordon has already driven off into the sunset, Smoke will be singing his swan song, and it won't be much longer until Junior, Kenseth, JJ, the Biff and Harvick will be joining them. The Busch brothers, Bad Brad, Cousin Denn ...

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How Great Is Jeff Gordon? Feast On These Numbers

Performance is a funny thing. Success breeds greater expectations, dominance makes consistency mundane, and impressive details can get lost on a decorated resume. Recently retired racing icon Jeff Gordon hangs up his helmet having amassed a great body of work, evidence to future generations that never saw him on the track will be able to view, and know there were few- if any- better. Let's have a look at the numbers, shall we? If you're as big a stat geek as me, you have to check out this ...

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NASCAR Recap: Thanksgiving Weekend

[caption id="attachment_686582" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy:https://twitter.com/Spdrmky11[/caption] Where is the treadmill? After four days worth of family events, holiday shopping and leftovers, it's time get back to the grind. For some of NASCAR's biggest name, that means looking back at 2015 with a keen eye on the 2016 NASCAR season. Here are some winners and losers from the past week in this NASCAR recap. (more...) ...

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Adversity & Obstacles Have Made Kyle Busch A Better Champion

With age comes appreciation. With maturity comes perspective. At age 30, Kyle Busch is an entirely different first-time champion than he would have been had he ridden the tidal wave he was at the crest of when he took the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series by storm in the summer of 2008. The Kyle Busch of 2015 vintage knows now what it means to overcome adversity, and that not of his own making. He has seen a glimpse of an uncertain future in racing, and what it is like to rigorously train just for ...

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