Christopher Bell Three Peats At The Chili Bowl

Now that's some racing right there. In his bid to win three in a row at the Chili Bowl Nationals, Christopher Bell over took Kyle Larson on the final lap in the main event to come away the victor. Why isn't this guy in the Cup series yet? Sometimes you win a race by being an opportunist. Bell took advantage of Kyle Larson being stuck in traffic to capture the lead. Until that point, Bell had not led in the race as Larson appeared sure to take the checkered flag. For the Chip Ganassi drive ...

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Bryan Clauson: A Racing Everyman

Within in the world of NASCAR, there is a vanishing breed. Lost in the mega team structure is that driver who will race wherever there is an open seat. Heck, he'll race in anything: open wheel, stock, you name it. If it has wheels and an engine, he's in. Hardcore motorsports fans knew Bryan Clauson, and they know how much racing will miss him. Bryan Clauson attempted some 200 starts in 2016. That tells you everything you need to know about his passion. That the list includes the Indianapo ...

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Now Here’s Some Racing Stories Worth Our Attention

  You heard it here from a media guy: sometimes having 24 hour, on-demand sports media is not necessarily a good thing. Thanks to the need to fill air-time and print space, we all know a lot more about the relationship between Kurt Busch and Patricia Driscoll than we ever want to know, what Carl Edwards thinks of Tony Stewart's athleticism, and all manner of tripe none of us would have ever given two hoots about 30 years ago. Thankfully, the 2015 NASCAR season is roughly a month away ...

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Nascar Chili Bowl: Win, Lose or Draw

This time of year, chili is a delight for several reasons. While much of the country deals with cold and ice, chili can be a warm way to get through the day. While much of Nascar Nation deals with the chill of an off-season, the Chili Bowl Midget race is a reminder of more eventful weekends ahead. Here's a breakdown of Nascar winners and losers from the weekend. (more…) ...

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