Stewart-Haas Racing Performance A Study In Extremes

  It's the best of times and the worst of times at Stewart-Haas Racing. One organization, four drivers- with two each on opposite end sides of the wheel of fortune. The 4 team of Kevin Harvick is on a collision course with history. Not since Richard Petty in 1974 has a driver opened the season by finishing first or second in the first four races of the season. There's always been the argument that Jimmie's Johnson's success in the Chase comes as the result of his wheelhouse tracks ...

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NASCAR Recap: Campingworld500.com

[caption id="attachment_685698" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/MissSprintCup[/caption] So Kevin Harvick at 3/1 really was that simple. Harvick's fourth straight win at Phoenix, second straight win overall and seventh finish of second or better is the story coming out of Phoenix. Still, there are other winners and losers from Sunday's Campingworld.com500 at Phoenix International Raceway. (more...) ...

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NASCAR Odds: Campingworld.com 500

Kevin Harvick at 3/1. It's likely this is all a Sprint Cup fan needs to know heading into Phoenix International Raceway, here Harvick has won four of five racings and is trying to finish second or better for the seventh straight race. While this is the lowest number I've ever seen writing this column, the idea of Harvick rolling isn't a lock. Here's why. (more...) ...

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NASCAR Recap: Kobalt 400

[caption id="attachment_685674" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/KevinHarvick[/caption] Nothing about Las Vegas is supposed to be predictable, other than the house eventually winning. Sunday's Kobalt 400 proved to go against the trend, with the race favorite, Kevin Harvick, dominating the race and cruising to a win. Here's a NASCAR recap of the other winners and losers from Vegas. (more...) ...

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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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