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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NASCAR Sad Santa Photos

It is a staple of everyone's childhood. Go visit Santa, be scared to death of Santa, scream bloody murder in front of Santa and be mocked by your family with said photo for the rest of your life. Even the best in NASCAR have a Sad Santa experience. Here are three of your favorites who might have that Sad Santa feeling inside this weekend after Thanksgiving: (more...) ...

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PARTING GIFTS FROM MATT KENSETH

I can just imagine what must be going through the mind of team owner Jack Roush right now. “Uh, Matt? Are you really sure we can’t talk you into staying?” It’s cool to be Matt Kenseth right now. His win at Kansas is his second since it was announced that the 2003 champion will be making the move to Joe Gibbs Racing. Way to stick it to the man, Matty, seeing as how Mr. Roush views being associated with Toyota as going to the dark side.   Truly, the best part o ...

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CARFAX 400 ODDS

Jack Roush lives in Michigan. Jack Roush loves Michigan. Jack Roush needs the Carfax 400 Sunday. Dude survived a plane crash. He also saw a Toyota win at MIS in June, which stunk for me having written a patriotic column that week.  Down a fake $175 after my Watkins Glen plan went astray, I need the Carfax 400 as well.  And since I believe in karma, I believe good things will happen for a Michigan man at Michigan International Speedway. Here’s where my fake American paper notes ar ...

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ROUSH HOSPITALIZED AFTER PLANE CRASH

Team owner Jack Roush was hospitalized Tuesday evening after being involved in a plane crash in Oshkosh, Wis. Roush, 68, was able to walk away from the wreckage (video below) and was transported to the local hospital. The latest reports have Roush listed in serious but stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries."There are injuries. Possible surgery," Roush Fenway Racing president Geoff Smith told The Associated Press. "But he walked out of the plane." The incident ...

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