Hollywood Casino 400: Win, Lose or Draw

[caption id="attachment_683381" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy the Associated Press[/caption] We're not in Kansas anymore. After Kevin Harvick's win Sunday, the contender pool may be a bit deeper. The quality of that pool may not be as high. When in doubt, let's break down the weekend Bert Convy style: (more...) ...

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Hollywood Casino 400 Odds

Kansas Speedway is one of the more wide open races on the 2013 Sprint Cup schedule. Several drivers have found their way to Victory Lane in a race that usually provides plenty of entertainment. While Sunday's race may have that excitement, those making the odds have already caused some buzz that might change how fans watch on Sunday. Here's why: (more...) ...

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Kyle Busch Has Two Big Midterms On Horizon

Three races into the 2013, and Kyle Busch is making the grade in the season's final quarter with two second place finishes and a fifth. His performance is good enough to put him squarely near the head of the class with two past champions, JGR teammate and 2003 champion Matt Kenseth and the original “Five Time,” Jimmie Johnson. You can’t win a NASCAR Sprint Cup championship in September or October, but you can sure lose one, and so far Rowdy has avoided some of the pitfalls that have dogged h ...

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BRAD KESELOWSKI WINS KANSAS WITH PLENTY OF FUEL

One week after running out of gas on the final lap, it appeared Dale Earnhardt Jr. was going to be in the catbird seat Sunday at Kansas Speedway. With more fuel than the rest of the field, Earnhardt Jr. had to wait until Brad Keselowski ran out of gas. The only problem was, Keselowski never ran out of fuel and was able to score his second career victory. Stretching his fuel mileage 57 laps, Keselowski utilized a number of gas-saving tactics to conserve fuel, including pressing on the clutch a ...

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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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VIDEO: A GOOD DAY FOR FORD

Ford had a good day on Sunday. The 48 team has no worries. And David Reutimann and Kyle Busch got into it on the track. Rowdy.com reviews the weekend in Kansas. Rowdy.com Big 3: Kansas Wrap-up - Watch more Funny Videos ...

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HEY, PAUL MENARD WAS NOT HORRIBLE

 Plus four other things we learned in Kansas on Sunday. 5 things we learned at Kansas (SI.com) ...

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