Brad Keselowski Changes The Playoff Narrative

[caption id="attachment_688501" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Brad Keselowski wins the SouthPoint 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.[/caption] Remember the "Big Three?" Brad Keselowski has wadded up that story line and thrown it in the trash can. No, we're not forecasting a second championship for "Bad Brad," but his recent success serves to remind us how quickly racing fortunes can change. It's all because of three wins in a row. That's impressive enough. Check it out where he did it. Da ...

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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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2018 Team Preview: Team Penske Expands

For the first time in several seasons, the number 12 will run for Team Penske. After a solid start with the Wood Bros., Ryan Blaney will join a stable that already includes Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano. There once was a time when Roush Racing was the class of the field for Ford. Since switching over from Dodge, Team Penske is now the standard bear for the Blue Oval, with all apologies to Stewart-Haas, who didn't fare poorly after leaving Chevrolet. Roger Penske has long been known as " ...

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Fans Catch A Different Side of Matt Kenseth

You fans who've been around a while remember the image created of Matt Kenseth. This old commercial says it all. This oldie but goodie we're told is actually closer to the truth. In celebrating what may be his final NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series win, the 2003 champion let it all hang out, with tears of joy. Let it out, Matt Kenseth, let it out. No one will blame you for showing a little emotion. Sadly, racing careers end more often the way Kenseth's is, than it does for racers like Dal ...

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For Chase Elliott, Winning Would Be Best Revenge

After what happened at Martinsville, you know what Chase Elliott is thinking. He's thinking what just about anyone who's not a Denny Hamlin fan is thinking. If that happened to me, I'd punt Hambone the first chance I got. I'd make it clear, "Buddy, you did it once; there won't be a second time." As tempting as that is, Chase Elliott has bigger fish to fry. The youngster has a legitimate shot at winning a NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series title- something Denny Hamlin has not done. You see ...

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