2010 CHASE DRIVERS PHOTO GALLERY

The Chase field has been finalized. Let us drink in the members of 2010 playoff field in all of their glossy, handsome glory. And Tony Stewart, too.  Chase for the Championship drivers (SI.com) ...

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HAMLIN SOLIDIFIES POINTS LEAD WITH VICTORY

RICHMOND, Va._ Entering Saturday night’s race at Richmond International Raceway, the drivers gearing up for the Chase for the Sprint Cup looked to secure the final 10 bonus points before the standings were reset, while the rest of the field hoped to outshine those Chase contenders. In what was hyped as a no-holds-barred event in which few had anything to lose, it was hometown favorite Denny Hamlin that scored the final win of the regular season. The victory was Hamlin’s sixth of the ...

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NASCAR DRIVERS WHO MOONLIGHT AS MODELS

 News broke this week of that Reed Sorenson will trade his firesuit for chinos as the new model for Dollar General's new fall fashion line.  Reed's turn on the catwalk is the latest in a long-standing tradition of drivers moonlighting as models for everything from Danica's milk campaign to Bowyer's Blue Man Group endorsement.Gone are the days of Jimmy Spencer's spare tire physique and Terry Labonte's magnanimous Magnum P.I. mustaches.  They've been replaced by Kasey Kahne six-pack ...

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IS A TEAMMATE AN ADVANTAGE IN THE CHASE?

RICHMOND, Va._ When the 12 man Chase for the Sprint Cup is set following Saturday night’s Air Guard 400 at Richmond International Raceway, nearly every driver will have a teammate on his side in NASCAR’s version of the playoffs. Richard Childress Racing, Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing all have the majority of their teams in the Chase and Stewart Haas Racing has a chance to put both of their cars in as well. Even if Ryan Newman fails to make the Chase, SHR is still a Hendri ...

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WOULD WEEKNIGHT CUP RACING WORK?

Monday Night Football changed the way the National Football League was watched on television. Is it time for a Wednesday Night NASCAR broadcast?The NFL is the most successful sports model in America. The television ratings, attendance, and corporate advertising dollars spent make most others sit up and take notice. The Football method is looked upon as a good way of doing business.  Years ago when weekly Monday Night Football was broadcast on network channels it was often the number one rat ...

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