NASCAR And Frozen: In Perspective

  Any NASCAR fan with a child under 10 has either chosen to or been forced to see "Frozen." With nothing happening at Daytona for the next month and music from the soundtrack entrenched in my soul for the next week, here's a quick spoiler-free way to put the movie in perspective. (more...) ...

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NASCAR’s Five Biggest Winners of 2013

Good, bad or indifferent, 2013 had its fill of memorable moments. Sprinkled among Spingate, the big brouhaha at Auto Club and the tragic death of Jason Leffler (you live on in our hearts Left Turn) are stories of triumph. Today we celebrate those triumphs..... Kurt Busch- Quite often, a driver who leaves a team like Busch did Penske ends up going the way of Great Northern Spotted Owl. While he didn't win a race in 2013, what Busch accomplished little Denver-based Furniture Row Racing ...

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NASCAR Off-Season Week One: Win, Lose or Draw

  No races. No wrecks. No problem. The 2013 Sprint Cup off-season is just one week old , and there have been plenty of stories which could impact what fans see in 2014. Here's a breakdown of the first week off...Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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Dover: Win Lose or Draw

The Monster Mile is in the rearview mirror. So too are the Chase chances of 75% of the Chase field. While that number looks large (actually it is large) this is progress worthy of a breakdown, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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KURT BUSCH GUNNING FOR NHRA GATORNATIONALS

I love old school drivers. Not necessarily old in age, but old in style. Characterized by their need for a steering wheel, and not much concern for what it was attached to, in order to win a race. NASCAR star Kurt Busch will take a page from that throwback manner and spend his Cup schedule off weekend going drag racing.The move is reminiscent of days gone by where top talents seemed to race anything, anytime, and anywhere. A.J. Foyt has as many wins on dirt as he does asphalt. Mario Andretti pos ...

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