Brad Keselowski Manhandles Martinsville

Brad Keselowski reminded us Sunday that 2019 would not seem to go down as the Kyle Busch Show. The aforementioned Busch, Chase Elliott, and Ryan Blaney attempted to make things interesting, but it was Special K's race to lose. In true Keselowski form, he did not. Martinsville is not an easy place to put a beating on the field, but such was not the case Sunday. That pulls Brad Keselowski even with Rowdy with dose victories on the campaign. If this trend holds, it will be one heck of a battle ...

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Perspective: Kyle Busch & 199

From here, you can sure tell the difference between the media that really knows racing, and those that don't. Everywhere, it seems were reading on the big sports websites about how Kyle Busch is closing in on 200 victories. Richard Petty had 200. As most of us know, comparing the two isn't apples and oranges, it's more like apples and grapes. Let's be clear: winning 200 races total in Cup, Xfinity and trucks is huge. It means you've raced a ton, and you've raced it- in KB's case- like no one ...

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Observations From Turn One

The more things, change the more they stay the same. As the 2019 campaign enters Turn One, things still look largely familiar when looking back in recent history. The Contenders Still Contend Even with all the talk about the proliferation of youngsters in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series, it's still the top dogs outrunning the pack. Joey Logano, Kyle Busch, Brad Keselowski, Denny Hamlin, Kevin Harvick- you remember those guys, right? The cream still rises to the top. Oh, the diaper da ...

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The Big 3? How About Kevin Harvick As The Big 1?

  Make it seven, as in seven wins for Kevin Harvick this season. You have to go back a ways for a season where a driver hit double digits in wins. You'd have to go back to 2007, when Jimmie Johnson won the second of his seven championships. Harvick could pull it off. They talk about the "Big Three." Yeah, I know a lot of you hate it, but the point made is undeniable. I mean is there really any other serious contender for a championship than Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch or Martin Truex J ...

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Adam Stevens: Most Underrated Crew Chief In NASCAR

Who are the best crew chiefs in NASCAR? Love him or hate him, Chad Knaus comes to mind. Rodney Childers has done great work throughout his career. How about Todd Gordon? Or Cole Pearn? Or Adam Stevens? Adam Stevens? Who's that? Just possibly one of the best in the business these days. How many can say they helped their driver to a championship in their rookie season atop the pit box? Adam Stevens can. Not unlike a lot of pit bosses, Stevens started out a racer. Not unlike a lot of raci ...

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