Nascar Recap: Sprint Unlimited

[caption id="attachment_685588" align="aligncenter" width="339"] Courtesy: www.twitter.com/nascar[/caption] On the coldest week of the year, the 2015 Sprint Cup season started on fire. The 2015 Sprint Unlimited featured active passing, aggressive angst and a far more broad list of Daytona 500 contenders than when the evening started. Here's a breakdown of winners and losers from Saturday night. (more...) ...

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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...) ...

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Can Joe Gibbs Racing Beat Vegas?

  Who would think one of the most moral men in NASCAR could develop a way to beat Vegas without even intentionally trying to do so? Joe Gibbs is the nice uncle of NASCAR, the type of person who surprises you with the depth of a Facebook post. So how could this  devout Christian find a way to beat Vegas? It's as simple as #20 and #18. (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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AIR GUARD 400 ODDS

What if?It’s a question we all ask. For the sake of this column, it’s the difference between being up gobbs of fake cash and being down just 30 fake dollars after last week’s win at Atlanta. Fun. I hope. Life altering?  Not unless my editor fires me for losing too much.   For Joe Gibbs, the words “what” and “ if”  could impact whether or not his team takes home the 2010 Sprint Cup. Follow me through the following question: What if Joe ...

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