KYLE VS. CARL: THE TENSION SIMMERS

One of the kings of “outlaw” country music- David Allen Coe- may have summed it up best in this little song. I leave it to your interpretation to whom it applies:I need a little time off for bad behaviorThe devil in me done been asleep too longI need a little time off for bad behaviorIt looks like I've been too good for too longCarl Edwards badly wanted a piece of Kyle Busch at Bristol. “I told him after Phoenix that I still owe him one, but I’ll save it up. We ...

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TRIBUTE TO THE CATCH CAN MAN

NASCAR's off-season rule change eliminating the Catch Can Man has caused several teams fits. Many folks underestimate the role of the Man With The Can. Without an extra pair of hands to capture gas overflow and make adjustments to the car, pit crews for several prominent teams have been unable to gas and go this season. Greg Biffle's team, notably, has been unable to unlock this new puzzle.While it's heart-wrenching to see a pit box without the Man With The Can, the legend lives on. He not only ...

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BUSCH BREAKS OUT THE BROOM (AGAIN)

BRISTOL, Tenn._ Leading 153 of the 500 laps, Kyle Busch was able to score his second straight weekend sweep at Bristol Motor Speedway and win Sunday’s Jeff Byrd 500. Holding off Carl Edwards and Jimmie Johnson on the final laps, the Joe Gibbs Racing driver scored his first Sprint Cup Series win of the season one day after dominating the 300-lap Nationwide Series event. Breaking out the broom in Victory Lane, Busch celebrated not only his second weekend sweep, but also his fifth straight NA ...

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FAMOUS SPEECHES AS WRITTEN BY BRAD KESELOWSKI

Last fall Brad Keselowski surprised and delighted the crowd at Bristol with his driver introduction speech. Bristol is one of the few tracks that allow drivers to introduce themselves. Keselowski, NASCAR's most derisive driver, took it one step further, grabbing the mic to declare "Kyle Busch is an ass!" With Bristol just a week away, we turn the clock back to see how famous speeches from history would have been different had Keselowski written them.Gettysburg Address Four score an ...

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GORDON ENDS DROUGHT AFTER MOVING BUSCH

It had been 66 races since four-time Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon stood in Victory Lane. Yet, that all changed on Sunday after Gordon used his bumper to move past Kyle Busch with less than ten laps to go at the Phoenix International Raceway. Looking just as happy as rookie Trevor Bayne did last weekend in Daytona, Gordon relished the victory after nearly two years without a win. Sunday’s victory was the 83rd of Gordon’s career, tying him with Cale Yarborough for fifth on the all-t ...

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