We’re talking about testing man. Testing.Who knew Allen Iverson could get you into the mood for the 2013 Sprint Cup schedule? But with testing complete and 2013 Daytona odds out, there are some interesting trends to wet your appetite for NASCAR’s biggest race. Ford ValueMatt Kenseth and Greg Biffle had two of the three best average finishes at restrictor plate tracks in 2012.  Sure, we’re talking about a new car. But all bets aren’t off, especially when coupled wi ...



 Let it ride.There is no more fitting statement for NASCAR and sports wagering. After 37 races and hundreds of picks, being up fake money is a source of pride, even if that pride amounts to just 122 fake dollars. But instead of walking away with my head held high, I am taking my fake winnings from 2012 and throwing them down for 2013. Championship odds are out, and here is where my fake money is going. 24 fake dollars on Tony Stewart at 10/1Let’s assume this new car model resembles ...



We’re finally here.
The final race of the 2012 Sprint Cup schedule is upon us. Two drivers have a chance to take home the Sprint Cup. But there are four stories in play for this final race. As a result, there are four drivers getting my final fake dollars on the 2012 season. The driver who needs to win: 20 fake dollars on Jimmie Johnson at 4/1Johnson has the tenth best average finish among active drivers and has never won here. But Five Time has never had this large a deficit heading in ...



Apparently there’s no point watching the final two races of the 2012 Sprint Cup season.The good news is Jimmie Johnson’s win last week ensured me a third straight winning season. The bad news is that many are now just handing Captain Lowe’s his sixth Sprint Cup in seven years.  Here are three reasons why that’s way too premature. Clumsy Behavior:Teams are coming out of the woodworks to get ready for 2013. Some of these teams are, at best, unreliable. Cut tires, pe ...



It’s time for someone to crash the party. Who is it going to be?In 2010, Carl Edwards created a push that led to his near title in 2011. In 2011, Denny Hamlin seemed to recalibrate to his successful (except for last week 2011.) We’re now at a point where non-contenders make their push for 2013 mojo. Here are three likely contenders: Kevin Harvick:I get it. Harvick is in the Chase. But did you ever look at him at some point in 2012 and see a potential Sprint Cup Champion? The talen ...

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