NASCAR PROP BETS

No race. No problem.Kyle Busch didn’t just make history Saturday night in Bristol. He made me a winner.  Down a mere 105 fake dollars heading into the off week, I had two choices.Intense analysis that offers keen insight on the rest of the 2010 season.  Goofy prop bets that allow me to spend some time outside with the newborn.Prop bets, here we come. Odds a Roush Fenway Racing driver wins the 2010 Sprint Cup: 15/12010 has been a debacle for Jack Roush. They weren’t compe ...

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GROOMING TIPS FROM NASCAR STARS

Whether you're hitting the clubs this weekend or romancing your lady with a dinner date, personal grooming is key.  Do you think NASCAR drivers date gorgeous ladies because of their skill on the track?  Their secret is the grooming.Do you get more comparisons to Sasquatch than Stewart? For the first time ever, NASCAR's best drivers share their secrets to landing the girl of your dreams with the proper technique for shaving, hair cuts and more.*Tip #1 Trimming the Engine Block - Greg Bi ...

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NEW CREW CHIEF FOR EARNHARDT?

Look for a major shakeup soon on the No. 88 team. Dale Earnhardt Jr. endured another disappointing run at Michigan, and with the dust settled on the Kasey Kahne deal, Rick Hendrick can once again focus on righting the 88 team. One possible outcome: grab Kenny Francis and put him on the No. 5 car and slide Alan Gustafson over to the 88. This is much more probable than the other logical solution -- finding a new driver. Time for another shake-up to Earnhardt's team (SI.com)  ...

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MONTOYA FINALLY GETS THE WIN

Frustration and tough breaks have plagued the No. 42 team of Juan Pablo Montoya and crew chief Brian Pattie over the last few weeks, but Sunday on the road course in Watkins Glen the pair was able to dominate the day and seal the deal to score the win. Going into this weekend’s event, the Earnhardt Ganassi Racing team had three front row starts in the previous five races, yet they failed to finish better than 16th and recorded three DNFs. With most people in the garage looking at Montoya a ...

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NASCAR STARS DISCUSS SPORT (VIDEO)

We already linked to SI.com's roundtable discussion between Lars Anderson and drivers Kevin Harvick, Denny Hamlin, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Greg Biffle. Because it is so rare that five stars like this get together in one room for a single interview, we thought you might like to see video of NASCAR's top stars discussing the state of the sport.   NASCAR stars discuss state of the sport (SI.com) ...

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