2015 Sprint Cup Title Odds

[caption id="attachment_686487" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/JeffGordonWeb[/caption] There are 43 people who will race Sunday at Homestead. In reality, only four matter. When looking at the NASCAR odds on who will become the 2015 Sprint Cup champion, NASCAR oddsmakers have a clear sense of who will take him the Sprint Cup title at Homestead on Sunday. (more…) ...

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Phoenix Another Chapter In A Long, Strange Season

[caption id="attachment_686540" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/T_Mack88[/caption] When I think about Phoenix, I think about coyotes, cactus and heat. Heat and rain are not often things that go together, right? How fitting is it that the Quicken Loans Race For Heroes 500 at Phoenix would be shortened by......rain, of all things. It plays right into the bizarre season that has been 2015. As tortuous as the wait was to get Sunday's race started, and as disappoi ...

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NASCAR’s Big Mistake Came Long Before Tuesday

  No stranger to controversy, NASCAR has lit up social media with their announcement Tuesday that Matt Kenseth would be parked for two races following his actions at Martinsville last Sunday against Joey Logano. From this observer's perspective, NASCAR's big mistake was not in how it ruled against the former champion- what else could they have done? You can't have a driver- laps down- submarine a championship contender leading a race, that's not right! I know what you're thinking, ...

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Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano: Payoffs and Consequences

Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano learned Sunday at Kansas that life is the outcome of the choices you make. As you make those choices- and weigh the pros and cons- you may find that no matter what you choose, there payoffs and consequences. Between his youthfulness and his "aw shucks" persona, Logano was a target early in his career. He received the hollow payback of being "likable," but the consequences were the youngster being on the receiving end of Kevin Harvick's fender, to name one exam ...

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Stage Set For Harvick-Logano Showdown

Harvick-Logano. It's kind of got the same ring as Hatfield-McCoy, Montague- Capulet, or more fitting- Earnhardt-Waltrip. Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano have dogging each other all year, and now, guess what? No matter whether you go by the Chase format, or even look at who is best by the "classic" points system (source: jayski.com) Logano and Harvick are 1-2. Let's take a quick trip down Memory Lane shall we? It all started when Joey Logano was a frustrated young driver seemingly on the fas ...

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