VIDEO: CAN TONY STEWART WIN THE CHASE?

Can Pepsi Max 400 winner Tony Stewart win The Chase? Can anyone else? Or does Jimmie Johnson have his fifth straight Sprint Cup title all sewn up? Rowdy.com Big 3: Fontana Wrap-up - Watch more Funny Videos ...

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STEWART BACK IN THE CHASE WITH WIN

After three weeks of the Chase for the Sprint Cup, Tony Stewart had dug himself quite the hole in his pursuit of his third NASCAR championship. Despite having a strong car and leading late, Stewart ran out of gas coming to the white flag in the Chase opener in Loudon. A mediocre run at Dover and a fourth place finish in Kansas put Stewart back to 10th in the Chase, 127 points behind leader Jimmie Johnson. That number got a lot smaller on Sunday, after Stewart was able to earn his first win at th ...

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VIDEO: CALIFORNIA PREVIEW

J.J. Yeley and Rowdy.com preview the Pepsi Max 400 at Auto Club Speedway this weekend. They talk about the track, why drivers like it, why fans don't and who will be the man to beat.  Rowdy Race Preview with JJ Yeley: Fontana - Watch more Funny Videos ...

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IS BIFFLE’S VICTORY AT KANSAS A GAME CHANGER?

Going into Kansas last weekend, Greg Biffle needed a big finish. He came in dragging a string of disappointing finishes dating all the way back to Atlanta. One more Sunday finishing among the back markers, and Biffle’s run at a historic NASCAR triple crown (he’s also a past champion in CWTS and NNS competitions) would be over for 2010. Thanks to his victory at Kansas, “The Biff” gets more than just a morale boost.Sunday’s victory also did a nice ...

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BIFFLE COMES UP BIG IN KANSAS

Coming off a disappointing finish last week in Dover, Del., Roush Fenway Racing’s Greg Biffle responded by winning his 16th career Sprint Cup Series race, second of the year and first of the 2010 Chase. Leading three times for a total of 60 laps, Biffle led Jimmie Johnson to the checkered flag by more than seven seconds, moving him up one spot in the standings to eighth, 85 points behind the defending four-time champion. “You know, everybody asked us last week if we're out the Chase, ...

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ROWDY VIDEO: DENNY HAMLIN KNOWS WHAT’S WRONG WITH DENNY HAMLIN

Denny Hamlin's problem? He says he's too in-depth. Yes, yes. That's the problem, Denny. Rowdy.com Big 3: Dennys Lesson Learned - Watch more Funny Videos ...

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JOHNSON’S DOVER WIN DOESN’T END CHASE

The sense of panic is already apparent. “They may as well just start engraving Jimmie Johnson’s trophy now,” some may say. The fear is understandable. By winning at Dover, Jimmie Johnson seems to be playing out a re-run NASCAR fans know only too well.“Back away from the panic button,” I say. Keep your hands away from the sharp objects. Before we write this season off as another episode of the “Jimmie Johnson Victory Tour brought to you by Lowe’s,&rd ...

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ROWDY VIDEO: DRIVE FOR 5 IS ALIVE

With his win at Dover, Jimmie Johnson's drive for five is alive. Jeff Gordon's? Not so much.  Rowdy.com Big 3: Dover Wrap-up - Watch more Funny Videos  ...

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JOHNSON WINS, OTHER CHASERS FALTER

After a disappointing 25th place finish in last weekend’s Chase opener in New Hampshire, Jimmie Johnson showed up in Dover in championship form. A five-time winner at the Monster Mile, Johnson sat the No. 48 Chevrolet on the pole Friday afternoon and put it in Victory Lane for win number six at the end of the day. Leading five times for a total of 191 laps, Johnson also locked up 10 bonus points for leading the most laps, moving him to second in the standings only 35 points behind Denny Ha ...

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JIMMIE JOHNSON WILL BOUNCE BACK

Jimmie Johnson had a rough go of it on Sunday in New Hampshire, finishing 25th, but that does not mean you can count him out of The Chase.  5 things we learned at Loudon (SI.com) ...

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