NASCAR Recap: Food City 500

[caption id="attachment_687015" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/NASCARONFOX[/caption] The Food City 500 has come and gone. With it comes a continued Carl Edwards resurgence and Joe Gibbs' fourth win in eight 2016 Sprint Cup starts. Here are other winners and losers from Bristol Motor Speedway in this NASCAR recap. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Recap: Good Sam 500

[caption id="attachment_686913" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/PhoenixRaceway[/caption] Four for four. With the 2016 Sprint Cup season entering its second month, the races have been consistently exciting, with a mix of strategy and speed. But Kevin Harvick and Carl Edwards aren’t the only ones making headlines on the track. Here’s a breakdown of other winners and losers in this NASCAR recap. (more…) ...

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Joe Gibbs Racing: Picking Up Where They Left Off

1993: Bill Clinton had just moved into the White House, email was technology's shiny new toy, and Jeff Gordon was a Winston Cup rookie. That same year, Dale Jarrett won the Daytona 500, driving for Joe Gibbs Racing (if you have a few minutes, here are the final laps on youtube). JGR hadn't had a Dayton 500 winning car since: not Bobby Labonte, not Tony Stewart, not Kyle Busch. Denny Hamlin changed that Sunday. Whatever the Great American Race lacked in drama up to that point was more than ...

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2016 Sprint Cup Predictions

So it's the final column of NASCAR'S offseason. With the Sprint Unlimited coming up this weekend, it's time to make predictions sure to fail: predicting the 2016 Sprint Cup champion and the three other drivings who will race for a title at Homestead.  Last year's picks didn't go so well; so, apologies in advance if I pick your favorite Sprint Cup driver. (more…) ...

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Top 15 NASCAR Stories Of 2015- Part I

From where this observer sits, there's no such thing as a "good" year or a "bad" year; there are just years. Each year brings its share of events- some we would describe as good, some we would characterize as bad, and in some cases, what I might call good, you may think otherwise. One fan's triumph is another fan's travesty. Regardless- 2015 brought its share of things that had never happened before. A NASCAR Sprint Cup champion was crowned that had missed almost a third of the season's s ...

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