The 2014 NASCAR Lefty Awards

  Sometimes it was good, at other times it was bad, and at others- it was just downright ugly; the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season had its share of memorable moments. As the season that was rides off into the sunset, let us bid the campaign a fond farewell with the 2014 "Lefty" Awards...... The Ron White Award "I Had The Right To Remain Silent. I Did Not Have The Ability"- Jeff Gordon- How times have changed. Remember when Brad Keselowski made fans at Bristol a few seasons back when ...

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Watkins Glen Recap: What’s Next For Nascar

There aren’t any winners after this weekend in racing; so, it seems pretty trivial to write a column recapping the race. This column hopes to address three questions the racing world needs to consider before trying to move forward from the weekend’s events. This column won’t review the investigation surrounding Saturday’s accident. That's the job of investigators. (more...) ...

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The All-Star Fan Vote: Who Is The People’s Choice?

Who is the fan's choice? Who is that driver not already eligible for the all-star race that fans want to see? Miss Sprint Cup has announced the top ten, and there are certainly an array of choices: THE WONDER KIDS Austin Dillon, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kyle Larson- Among the three, Larson looks like the favorite. In his extremely brief Sprint Cup career, the rookie has reeled off a number of strong finishes, and earned a lot of respect, but his challenge will be he could end up having to ...

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Onward, Upward For Allmendinger, JTG Daugherty

Great stories are a part of what makes sports great. You have your stories of competitors rising to greatness from humble beginnings. There's the David vs. Goliath story lines, where a seemingly over-matched challenger topples a heavily favored champion. Let's also not forget the stories of fulfilled potential, of strategic brilliance, and stories of redemption. After making headlines of an unwanted variety, it's heartwarming to see A.J. Allmendinger quietly spark a trend of progress at ...

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NASCAR FINAL EXAM GRADES

  While most get ready to enjoy the current or upcoming holidays, there are millions of college students fretting right now. Exam season just ended. Grades are coming due. Fifteen weeks of work (or slacking) will be rewarding (or acknowledged) with one simple letter.The same holds true for many Sprint Cup teams as they make mad dash to end 2011 with something resembling momentum for 2012. Here’s how this teacher grades these final exams. Kurt Busch signs with Phoenix Racing: CNot h ...

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