Where Does He Go Now?

Cue the music from The Clash, "Should I stay, or should I go?" This is the question before the star of NASCAR's 2014 "Silly Season," Carl Edwards. For a decade, the photogenic, genial Missourian has been the face of Roush Fenway Racing, which for so many seasons has been the flagship team for Ford. Times has changed, leading to speculation Edwards will be changing addresses. Just recently, we learned two things: the 2011 runner-up to Tony Stewart spurned an offer to race for Richard Child ...

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Silly Season Talk Is Centering Around The Roush Stable

That awkward moment when your big brother pulls the curtain open and there you stand like a deer in the headlights. Did you catch that little exchange between DW and Mikey during a FOX pre-race discussion about Greg Biffle of Roush Fenway Racing? It's not every day you see Michael Waltrip flustered as he backs away from any notion that Biffle may be headed for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2015. The next Waltrip family barbecue may find Darrell with a little mustard, make that a lot of mustard o ...

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NASCAR Cold Streaks

Winter stinks. As most of the country sits in some of the coldest weather of the decade, Daytona looms less than a month away. So while most of the Unites States freezes, let's think about three NASCAR cold streaks and if they might come to an end in 2014. (more...) ...

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Ford EcoBoost 400: Win, Lose or Draw

To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Jimmie Johnson won his sixth Sprint Cup. One of the first questions Johnson heard was what it would take to win a seventh title. So much for the celebration. So let's take a look back at the last race of 2013 to see who might be in the best place to challenge Jimmie Johnson in 2014...Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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A Dark Horse Emerges For The 2013 Chase

A three horse race for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship? Not so fast. A lot can happen in eight races. Heck, a lot happened in one race last Sunday at New Hampshire. Greg Biffle- who has scored championships in NASCAR’s Truck Series and in the Nationwide Series- has emerged as a dark horse contender. By finishing third at Loudon, the Vancouver, Washington native hurdled five contenders to fifth in the season’s standings. Trailing former Roush Fenway stable mate Matt Kenseth by 38 ...

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TRACK POSITION IS EVERYTHING

“We learned our lesson last week. Track position is everything,” said Greg Erwin.Those accurate words spoken by Greg Biffle’s crew chief described Sunday’s Pocono NASCAR Cup Series race and the general state of the tour as well. More often than not being out in front of the field on a late race restart means more than four fresh tires or any chassis adjustments for a better handling racer.Regardless whether a COT car or the previous generation’s ‘twisted siste ...

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