Nascar Odds: Bank of America 500

[caption id="attachment_685098" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: Charlotte Motor Speedway[/caption] For a sport always trying to do something new, Nascar outdid itself. The Nascar odds for Saturday night's Bank of America 500 are backwards, with points and predictions having the least alignment I've ever seen in five years of writing for this site. It's amazing what Kansas can do. (more...) ...

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Who Will Become The Elite Eight Of The Chase?

The Contender round of the 2014 Chase is ready to roll. 12 drivers, some of the best racers in the business, vie for eight spots to become NASCAR's Elite Eight. There's some fast company in this group, and when you throw a wild card track like Talladega into the mix, any number of scenarios can play out, including the elimination of a favorite or two. While handicapping auto racing is a fool's errand, it's always interesting to ponder who the top Chase contenders are, and seeing how reali ...

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Kevin Harvick Is NASCAR’s Wile E. Coyote

  After one round of the Chase, one thing is certain: Kevin Harvick is not holding the Golden Horseshoe. His latest bout with bad luck brings back memories of Wile E. Coyote and his quest to catch The Roadrunner . How many times can someone lay out the perfect plan, only to have it blow up in your face? Last Sunday, starts out on the pole, races like he's on a rail, but Harvick busts a left front shock absorber, but somehow, he still manages to lead the field, and then.....wait for i ...

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Nascar Recap: AAA 400

RT @teamhendrick: #ChaseVictorySelfie pic.twitter.com/MgpsYEWOeK — Monster Mile (@MonsterMile) September 28, 2014 One round is down, and four drivers are out of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. None of the names are a surprise; neither is the person who ended up in Victory Lane. Here's a breakdown of the winners and losers from the Monster Mile, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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Have We Caught A Glimpse Of The Final Four For Chase?

Funny thing happened Sunday; I went to take a nap and a race broke out. If there's been a better race at Chicagoland, I don't remember it. Brad Keselowski, Kyle Larson, Kevin Harvick, Jeff Gordon and Joey Logano raced like men possessed. If these and other some of the other talented racers that comprise the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series keep this kind of racing up- the kind where they go like it really means something- this Chase will be one for the ages. The 2014 Chase may well achieve the kind ...

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