A NASCAR Fan’s Thanksgiving

  Today, there is much a NASCAR fan can be thankful for. This NASCAR fan submits his list on this fine Thanksgiving Day..... I'm thankful that Kevin Harvick won the Sprint Cup championship. One of a handful of deserving candidates, he was fast all year, and is a tribute to persistence in a 14-year climb to racing glory... I'm thankful NASCAR's most popular driver- Dale Earnhardt Jr. kicked off the season in fine fashion with a Daytona 500 victory. It got the monkey off his back ...

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Nascar Recap: Thanksgiving Week

For many, the time is now to focus on turkey, family and finding a way to avoid crowds at the malls this weekend. That didn't stop some of Nascar's biggest names from making noise over the first down week of the off-season. Here's a breakdown of Nascar winners and losers from week that was. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: Offseason Prop Bets

It is the strangest weekend of the entire racing year. After 36 races and more than 40 weeks of thinking about a Sprint Cup season, there is no race, no next step, not moves to ponder. So now what? While Kevin Harvick parties like a rock star, the rest of the racing world looks ahead to 2015. Here are some Nascar prop bets to get you through the weekend. (more...) ...

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Nascar Bye Week: Win, Lose or Draw

While most people spend their week away looking for a location like this, some of racing's biggest names were quite busy over their respective bye weeks. Here's a breakdown of the winners and losers, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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The Sweet & The Sour At Turn One of 2014

Coming out of Turn One, the 2014 season is fish tailing a bit, keeping it off the walls, but loose as a long-necked goose. Like it is with any season, there's been a mix of the sweet and a dash of the sour. THE SWEET.... The Monkey Is Off His Back- Being a member of "Junior Nation" has been a lot like being a Chicago Cubs fan in recent years, complete with lots of heart break and requiring the patience of Job. Earnhardt has rewarded his fans' loyalty and silenced his critics, starting ...

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