Kid Joey’s Sitting At The Adult Table Now

Sometimes charming, sometimes annoyingly overeager, Joey Logano has been the quintessential NASCAR younger brother since his arrival on the Cup scene at the end of 2008. Perhaps thrust into the spotlight too soon, Logano has been like that little kid who strapped on boots just a little too big and stumbled all over them. The greatest thing since sliced bread? The way things started, the Connecticut Kid appeared to be only half baked. Logano found himself with the high heat turned on, with ...

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Martinsville: Win, Lose or Draw

  Martinsville is over, and Jimmie Johnson didn't win. While NASCAR fans take a moment to embrace something more shocking than Will Gardner's death, there are several others who ran Martinsville who will be far more impacted by Sunday's events. Here's a breakdown, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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STP 500 Odds

[caption id="attachment_684258" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Jared C. Tilton (Getty Images)[/caption] Jimmie Johnson made history….again. For the first time ever, oddsmakers have put a driver as a 2/1 favorite for a race. Johnson's record at Martinsville is unbelievable, and it's why there may be better options for those interested in Sunday's STP 500. (more...) ...

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Shining A Little Light Clears Up The Case Of Hamlin’s Blurry Vision

A sinus infection causing a blurry vision? What the heck? That must be the mother of all sinus infections! Judging from comments around NASCAR Nation, yours truly wasn't the only one saying "Huh?" when he got the news about Denny Hamlin's absence from Sunday's race at Fontana. It turns out- according to a press release from Joe Gibbs Racing- that a small metal sliver got into Hambone's eye, and THAT was causing the blurry vision problems. Like me, I'm sure you're thinking "Now THAT makes ...

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Auto Club 400: Win, Lose or Draw

[caption id="attachment_684241" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: Getty Images[/caption] So much for March Madness only being on a court. The Auto Club 400 was a bracket busting event, leaving fans on their feet, teams on their toes and consequences that will last far beyond Sunday's race. Here's a breakdown, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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