Nascar Next Steps: Kurt Busch

There's nothing funny about what is happening with Kurt Busch and Patricia Driscoll. When the discussion involves themes like domestic abuse, mental health and more, the foremost thoughts need to revolve around everyone involved being safe, secure and healthy. I am not going to begin to speculate on what happened, who may be telling the truth and who might be lying. That's for the legal system to determine. As this plays out, Kurt Busch the driver has plenty on his plate. Here's a breakdo ...

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It’s Time For A Clear Stand On Domestic Violence

  If you've lived through it, you know how profound its impact is. For those that have grown up in homes where domestic violence has occurred, they know its insidious effect goes beyond merely the abuser and the abused. As the Kurt Busch case brings the issue before NASCAR and the racing public, it's time to take a clear stand on domestic violence when NASCAR participants are found to have engaged in it. Let's be clear that this is in no way a veiled attempt at trying the Kurt Bus ...

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Top 14 NASCAR Stories of 2014- Part I

  The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat; the good, the bad and the ugly. NASCAR wanted more drama, more "Game Seven" moments, and for better or for worse, the powers that be got what they wanted. Looking back before we look forward to 2015, here's one observer's take on the top 14 NASCAR stories of 2014: #14. Lady Luck Slips Superman Kryptonite- There once was a time when fans wondered if anyone besides Jimmie Johnson was ever going to win another championship. Kevin Harvick ...

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Nascar Recap: AAA 400

RT @teamhendrick: #ChaseVictorySelfie pic.twitter.com/MgpsYEWOeK — Monster Mile (@MonsterMile) September 28, 2014 One round is down, and four drivers are out of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. None of the names are a surprise; neither is the person who ended up in Victory Lane. Here's a breakdown of the winners and losers from the Monster Mile, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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FedEx 400: Win Lose or Draw

The 2014 Sprint Cup season is halfway to the Chase. After Sunday’s win, Jimmie Johnson is the obvious winner; Kyle Busch (going for another three-peat and finishing 42nd) is a disappointed obvious loser.  The rest is a bit murky. Using Nascar’s points system, here’s a Bert Convy inspired breakdown. (more...) ...

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