Joey Logano Is A Man, May Be “The” Man

Joey Logano is a "wheel man." What fans saw on display was poise under pressure as the 25-year old in his 7th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season held arch-nemesis and defending series champion Kevin Harvick at Bristol Motor Speedway. Put away that "kid' talk, Logano is at the adult table now. Short track racing takes talent, and now Joey Logano now has two Bristol victories on his resume. With the steadiness of a heart surgeon, the driver who was beginning to look more like the second coming ...

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NASCAR Odds: Irwin Tools Night Race

The 2015 Sprint Cup season is full of chess moves. One of the most intriguing moves will occur Saturday night during the Irwin Tools night race at Bristol. Oddsmakers have certainly noticed, and you might as well Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway. (more...) ...

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NASCAR Odds: Food City 500

Kyle Busch at whatever the number. For years, racing at Bristol and predicting a winner was as easy as taking Kyle Busch and whatever odds were associated with his name. Next to Kevin Harvick and Phoenix, there isn't a track more perfectly aligned with a driver than Kyle Busch at Bristol. While it's great to see Busch meeting the media and beginning his recovery from that nasty accident at Daytona, he will not compete in Sunday's Food City 500. As a result, the odds at Bristol Motor Sp ...

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Heavy Metal In Thunder Valley- It’s Bristol Baby!

It's been likened to flying fighter jets in a gymnasium. Bristol Motor Speedway is a test of endurance, nerves, and a seemingly unending traffic jam. After two weeks out west, NASCAR returns to its heartland at a sight reminiscent of a Roman coliseum. More so at the late summer night race than in the spring, racing at Bristol has a way of bringing out the gladiator in a driver. That names like Darrell Waltrip, the Busch brothers, and Jeff Gordon- none of them ever adverse to contact- dot ...

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A LITTLE LESS CONVERSATION AND A LITTLE MORE ACTION

 Now that's more like it! The NASCAR brass and chatter class can talk 'til the cows come home about what the sport needs, but the visual offered Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway is a crystal clear picture of what fans like about racing.How complicated can it be? The Food City 500 was one of those "don't leave the couch for the fridge" affairs. There were races for position all over the track, including- dare we believe it- races for the lead as race winner Kasey Kahne and Brad Kes ...

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