The Top 14 NASCAR Stories Of 2014- Part II

  Happy New Year! The fact you're here says you made it through all the craziness of  ringing in 2015. As we wave one final good-bye to 2014, here's a look at the top seven NASCAR stories of the year just concluded..... #7. NASCAR Announces Major Schedule Changes For 2015- Have you ever looked at the NASCAR schedule wondered what the schedule makers were drinking when they dreamed up all the zigging and zagging of the season schedule? Looks like someone cut geography class in scho ...

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Top 14 NASCAR Stories of 2014- Part I

  The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat; the good, the bad and the ugly. NASCAR wanted more drama, more "Game Seven" moments, and for better or for worse, the powers that be got what they wanted. Looking back before we look forward to 2015, here's one observer's take on the top 14 NASCAR stories of 2014: #14. Lady Luck Slips Superman Kryptonite- There once was a time when fans wondered if anyone besides Jimmie Johnson was ever going to win another championship. Kevin Harvick ...

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Nascar New Year’s Resolutions

Sick of turkey, ugly sweaters, strange relatives and waiting in line to see return gifts from those relatives? It's time for Sprint Cup fans to turn the page on one holiday season and think about the final days of 2014. That means resolutions for Sprint Cup fans and teams to start 2015 on the right foot: (more...) ...

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Happy Birthday to A Living NASCAR Legend

Who is the best of all-time in NASCAR? The popular choice is the "man who could see air;" of course, we speak of the late Dale Earnhardt. Most famous for his intimidating ways, the seven-time champion could rally from laps down to win and do perform feats of renown. Others would opine the greatest was none other than "The King," Richard Petty. He dominated the NASCAR scene, and has been a longstanding goodwill ambassador. A living legend celebrates a birthday this week, and some may argue he ...

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Nascar Recap: Snow Flurry Win, Lose or Draw

So far, so good. Unless you live in Western New York or Northern Michigan, the amount of snow has fallen within reason. This slow flurry of activity mirrors the slowest season of the Sprint (at least for now) Cup season. Here's a chilly breakdown of winners and losers from the last week. (more...) ...

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