Adam Stevens: Most Underrated Crew Chief In NASCAR

Who are the best crew chiefs in NASCAR? Love him or hate him, Chad Knaus comes to mind. Rodney Childers has done great work throughout his career. How about Todd Gordon? Or Cole Pearn? Or Adam Stevens? Adam Stevens? Who's that? Just possibly one of the best in the business these days. How many can say they helped their driver to a championship in their rookie season atop the pit box? Adam Stevens can. Not unlike a lot of pit bosses, Stevens started out a racer. Not unlike a lot of raci ...

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Kyle Busch: Gone Sailing

Some races, we see a great racer take a less than perfect car and will it to victory. Some races, a driver gets a great car and whips the field into submission. Kyle Busch can thank the guys at the shop at Joe Gibbs Racing for his dominating victory at the 2018 running of the Coca-Cola 600. "Adam Stevens and everybody on this Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota was just on it, and that M&M's Camry was fast and wanted to stay up front, and it was pretty easy to do that with something driving so go ...

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2018 Team Preview: The Kids Are Alright At Joe Gibbs Racing

[caption id="attachment_686814" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/SRIPerformance[/caption] There seems to be a recurring theme as we gear up for the 2018 campaign for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Youth is being served. Such is also the case at Joe Gibbs Racing. In the 20 car, Erik Jones takes over for Matt Kenseth. In spite of his status as a former champion, it's really hard to argue the move. Sponsors love young drivers in pursuit of that millen ...

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Kenseth At Kansas: How The Heck Did This Happen?

In all honesty, a serious championship run for Matt Kenseth wasn't in the cards. Consider his position going into Kansas for the Hollywood Casino 400. I'm not saying here that the 2003 champion stunk up the joint this year, but he's running nothing like he did in his first season with JGR. It's the way he got taken out- over one too many pit crew members going over the wall. It begs the question: how the hell did this happen? Who went over that wasn't supposed to? Why? Why did crew chief Jaso ...

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Furniture Row Racing Turns Tables On JGR

You know, it's not supposed to be like this. Furniture Row Racing is supposed to be the "kid brother" to Joe Gibbs Racing. One team has two former champions, a perennial contender and a promising rookie. The other has a grizzled journeyman who once went six YEARS between his first and second career victory and a rookie. One team enjoys the spoils of residing in NASCAR's heartland. The other toils on the outer reaches of the NASCAR frontier in Denver, Colorado- far, far away from the Charlott ...

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