The Two Worlds Of Tony Stewart

  Here's a little exercise: take your arms and spread them as far apart as you can. Look to your left. Now, look to your right. This is a visual picture of the two worlds of Tony Stewart. In the world of Tony Stewart the owner, there maybe challenges, but you can't ride higher than having one of your drivers earn a championship. Adding to the fulfillment is the fact that Kevin Harvick is one of your best friends in the sport- accomplishing the feat in his first season at Stewart- ...

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2015 Nascar Final Four: Part Two

It's finally time to get back to work. After nearly two weeks of holiday parties, ugly sweaters, sick kids and way too much food and beverage consumption, 2015 is here. Friday, we took a look at the first driver picked for the Nascar Final Four and a bunch of drivers on the outside looking in. Now it's time to separate the rest of the field. (more...) ...

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The Top 14 NASCAR Stories Of 2014- Part II

  Happy New Year! The fact you're here says you made it through all the craziness of  ringing in 2015. As we wave one final good-bye to 2014, here's a look at the top seven NASCAR stories of the year just concluded..... #7. NASCAR Announces Major Schedule Changes For 2015- Have you ever looked at the NASCAR schedule wondered what the schedule makers were drinking when they dreamed up all the zigging and zagging of the season schedule? Looks like someone cut geography class in scho ...

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The 2014 NASCAR Lefty Awards

  Sometimes it was good, at other times it was bad, and at others- it was just downright ugly; the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season had its share of memorable moments. As the season that was rides off into the sunset, let us bid the campaign a fond farewell with the 2014 "Lefty" Awards...... The Ron White Award "I Had The Right To Remain Silent. I Did Not Have The Ability"- Jeff Gordon- How times have changed. Remember when Brad Keselowski made fans at Bristol a few seasons back when ...

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What Kind Of Champion Will Kevin Harvick Make?

  For better or for worse, a champion becomes "the face" for his or her sport. Some of those faces shine well in the spotlight- like the steady, if unspectacular Tim Duncan of the San Antonio Spurs of recent NBA vintage. Others have cast their sport in an embarrassing light- Mike Tyson didn't do boxing too many favors in his prime. In NASCAR, Richard Petty was once racing royalty as its down home "King." Dale Earnhardt was alternately a blue collar hero and the sport's "bad ass" as " ...

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