NASCAR UNDER PRESSURE: 2015 CREW CHIEFS

It might be the most stressful job in all of racing. Crew chiefs work longer hours than drivers for less pay and endure more stress than than many of the more dreadful corporate jobs. And when there is an opening to take over a Sprint Cup team, owners find no shortage of people willing to take on the role. The 2015 Sprint Cup season brought several crew chiefs to the pit box. Here's a breakdown of new crew chiefs who will feel the most pressure in 2015. (more...) ...

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Nascar Recap: Thanksgiving Week

For many, the time is now to focus on turkey, family and finding a way to avoid crowds at the malls this weekend. That didn't stop some of Nascar's biggest names from making noise over the first down week of the off-season. Here's a breakdown of Nascar winners and losers from week that was. (more...) ...

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Kevin Harvick Is NASCAR’s Wile E. Coyote

  After one round of the Chase, one thing is certain: Kevin Harvick is not holding the Golden Horseshoe. His latest bout with bad luck brings back memories of Wile E. Coyote and his quest to catch The Roadrunner . How many times can someone lay out the perfect plan, only to have it blow up in your face? Last Sunday, starts out on the pole, races like he's on a rail, but Harvick busts a left front shock absorber, but somehow, he still manages to lead the field, and then.....wait for i ...

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It’s Crunch Time For Some NASCAR Notables

Today's pop quiz: what do Greg Biffle, Kasey Kahne, Brian Vickers, Martin Truex Jr. and Tony Stewart have in common? Well actually, two things come to mind: all five of these drivers have been in the Chase since its 2004 inception, and secondly, if the Chase started today, they would be on the outside looking in. Fortunately for this quintet, there are four more races to go, and there are drivers ahead of them currently in the Chase grid who don't have a win. The good news is that four of ...

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Quicken Loans 400: Win, Lose or Draw

How fitting that on Father's Day, Nascar's Godfather ruled the roost at the Quicken Loans 400. No, we're not talking about Jimmie Johnson, who became the first drive to win three times in the 2014 Sprint Cup season. It's his boss who really was the big winner of the weekend. (more...) ...

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