Nascar Win, Lose or Draw: Brickyard 400

What an exciting weekend off the bricks at Indi. The Brickyard 400 race may have lacked sizzle on the track and in the stands, but the events before and after the race caused quite the stir. Here's a breakdown of winners and losers from Sunday's Brickyard 400. (more...) ...

//more

Nascar Odds: 2014 Brickyard 400

It's the 20th anniversary of what is supposed to be Nascar's second biggest race. Teams and fans can argue all day on the merits of the Brickyard 400. There's little debate that the odds for this year's race are some of the strangest this 2014 Sprint Cup season. (more...) ...

//more

Nascar Prop Bets

It's the final off week of the 2014 Sprint Cup season. So while drivers and teams try to relax before the final push for a championship, here are some things to think about that could impact the rest of the 2014 Sprint Cup season. (more...) ...

//more

Toyota/Save Mart 350 Win, Lose or Draw

Carl Edwards won a road race. Dale Earnhardt Jr. almost won a road race. Those two sentences alone made for quite a nice Sunday in wine country. Here's a breakdown of those who left happy and hung over. (more...) ...

//more

Toyota Save Mart 350 Odds

Nascar in wine country might make some Sprint Cup drivers whine with frustration this weekend. Certain drivers plain don't like road racing. After looking at the odds for Sunday's Toyota Save Mart 350, there may be added reason for those drivers to dislike road racing after Sunday. (more...) ...

//more

Team 88: Something Proven

To be numbered among the best, the critics said they had a lot to prove. The driver, the progeny of a seven-time champion, was derided as one born on third base, but cheered as though he had hit a triple. He's been called a choker, gun shy, lazy and all manner of things in an effort to explain why he had not achieved his father's proficiency. The crew chief once took the reins from the master pit boss for a four-time champion. In a play off of his name, he was called "Pop Tart." Memes gra ...

//more

Pocono 400 Odds

The tricky triangle is one of Nascar’s biggest challenges for drivers. Three distinct turns with three distinct degrees of banking offer opportunities for passing and sustained speed. While familiar faces lead the pack, surprising names might make a run Sunday. (more...) ...

//more

The Boys Of Summer

With the all-star race and the Coca-Cola 600 in the rear view mirror, the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup schedule enters a new phase. That will be welcome news for some big names that have struggled thus far, and could mean a more crowded field of front-runners in a season where so far, no real clear leader has emerged. The races we have coming up may not be at tracks that have historically produced great racing, but it will be quite interesting to see who the comers and goers are. TONY STEWART ...

//more

For The 24, 42 Is The New 25

Jimmie Johnson may have the golden horseshoe, but Jeff Gordon has found the golden goblet and he has dipped it deeply in the fountain of youth. The result of that magic elixir is a revitalized four-time champion at 42 years young. "I just feel so competitive out there, and that makes me feel young again" says Gordon. "I just see how hard these guys are working. It's making me work harder. I've been really working harder on my fitness, which I think is helping me mentally and physically ...

//more

5-hour Energy 400: Win, Lose or Draw

  [caption id="attachment_684393" align="aligncenter" width="508"] (Jerry Markland/Getty Images)[/caption] When does 1+1 not equal 2? The 2014 Sprint Cup season is 15 races away from possibly providing an answer. Thank Jeff Gordon's Kansas win for bringing forward a scenario that might rethink how drivers race over the next three months. (more...) ...

//more
1 2 3 15