Nascar’s Bad Week

Normally, summer is supposed to be full of great images and lasting memories. But as teams get ready for Saturday night’s Quaker State 400, a series of stories have emerged this week that have rained on Nascar’s so far sunny season. (more...) ...

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NASCAR Christmas: Win, Lose or Draw

  A brown sweater, gift card and iPad. Finding the win, lose and draw here is pretty simple. Like us, NASCAR received some holiday gifts this week. Unlike many, NASCAR doesn't have the luxury of a return policy. Here's a breakdown of what Santa left Team France, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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Matt Kenseth Talks About His NASCAR Season

Matt Kenseth stops by NASCAR Now to talk about this season in NASCAR and looks ahead to the end of the Chase. // ...

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Marty Reid Out as ESPN: Win, Lose or Draw

Marty Reid is out at ESPN after a well-documented blown call at Kentucky. It wasn't his first as you can see above. Announcers make mistakes, just maybe not this bad. But after 31 years of covering five different motor sports for one network, the speed of Reid's departure raised some eyebrows enough to merit a breakdown....Bery Convy style. (more...) ...

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ESPN COMMENTATORS FIRE BACK AT ‘RIGGED’ COMMENTS

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla._ During Tuesday night’s edition of the ESPN commentary show “Pardon the Interruption” host Tony Kornheiser and stand-in co-host Dan LeBatard (of the Miami Herald) stepped out of character and discussed Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s pole run for the Daytona 500. Instead of talking of the popular driver’s first pole at the famed speedway or the effectiveness of the off-season changes at Hendrick Motorsports, the pair opted to discuss whether or not NASCAR h ...

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