Kurt Busch “The Outlaw” Outruns The Posse

  For most, the comeback trail is a long ascent from the bottom. Such is not the way of the NASCAR fans call "The Outlaw." Kurt Busch has been hauling the mail since his 2015 in Phoenix, the fourth reason of the season. Having run only two-thirds of the schedule to date, Busch already has a win and has made a meteoric rise to 18th in points, good enough for at least a wild card berth. NASCAR offered the 2004 champion an exemption due to the late start brought on by legal allegatio ...

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The 2015 NASCAR Season So Far: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

  Whether good, bad or ugly, the 2015 NASCAR season so far has been interesting to say the least. How you see the season thus far depends on who your favorites are. One thing's for sure, there's been no lack of stories..... THE GOOD There's been no championship hangover for Kevin Harvick. Until Martinsville, The Bakersfield Burner scored a first or second place finish in every race to begin the season. While some of his Stewart-Haas Racing teammates have struggled, Harvick has ...

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Caution (ary) Tales From The Auto Club 400

  NASCAR conspiracy theorists are having a field day in the wake of Sunday's Auto Club 400. Convinced that NASCAR couldn't stomach a victory by "Outlaw" Kurt Busch, a caution flag  is thrown in the name of mysterious debris to produce another re-start and open the the door for Brad Keselowski to "steal" the win. If it seems a bit far-fetched, check out some of the comments being made in social media. More than a few truly believe it! Do I believe that? No. To pull that off, you ne ...

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NASCAR Recap: Auto Club 400

[caption id="attachment_685723" align="aligncenter" width="438"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/MissSprintCup[/caption] The madness wasn't only on a basketball floor this past weekend. The normally reserved Auto Club Speedway was chaotic, with late cautions, bold passes and tough strategy playing its way to an exciting Auto Club 400. Here's a breakdown of winners and losers in this NASCAR recap. (more...) ...

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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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