Even With Changes, Some Good Familiar Sights

No matter how it all shakes out, 2014 will look nothing like what it has in recent seasons. we have a new Chase, a new penalty system, new drivers, old drivers in new rides, and the list goes on. Amid all the changes, some things look familiar, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. The number three is out front- The number three car and Daytona seem to go hand in hand. There was Paul Goldsmith on the old road-beach course, Fireball Roberts, Junior Johnson, and then there was Dale Earnha ...

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2014 Sprint Cup Odds

Sprint Cup teams just started testing at Daytona, and odds are already available for who will win the 2014 Sprint Cup. To the surprise of absolutely nobody, Jimmie Johnson is the overwhelming favorite at 2/1. Some of the other numbers are far more surprising and might change how you think about the 2014 season. Here are three things to consider: (more...) ...

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NASCAR Snowstorm

  More than 100 million people will soon deal with a massive snowstorm. With many of us staying inside for a few days, it seems appropriate to think about the three biggest blizzards in NASAR. (more...) ...

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NASCAR’s 10 Best Drivers Of Today

What makes the best,well, the best? Are championships paramount? Is it sustained performance over a period of time? Is it the ability to compete at a high level at a variety of different tracks types? It makes for an interesting discussion, so to start the conversation, with opinions that are strictly my own, I present you..... THE 10 BEST NASCAR DRIVERS OF TODAY 10. Kasey Kahne- Tossed to and fro throughout much of his career, the Enumclaw, Washington native has always found a way to ...

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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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Top 10 New Excuses For Kyle Busch Hitting Brad Keselowski

“I just got too tight up off the corner underneath the 22 (of Keselowski) there and got too close to him, got inside of his wake and I couldn't get the car to turn so I ultimately got into him and spun him out."- Kyle Busch after Kansas Lottery 300 Whether true or not, this reasoning for the wreck Saturday at Kansas Speedway sounds a lot like “the dog ate my homework.” We believe he can do better, so here's a list of ten excuses he rehearse before the next time these two meet…. #10- ...

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Hollywood Casino 400: Win, Lose or Draw

[caption id="attachment_683381" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy the Associated Press[/caption] We're not in Kansas anymore. After Kevin Harvick's win Sunday, the contender pool may be a bit deeper. The quality of that pool may not be as high. When in doubt, let's break down the weekend Bert Convy style: (more...) ...

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Kyle Busch Has Two Big Midterms On Horizon

Three races into the 2013, and Kyle Busch is making the grade in the season's final quarter with two second place finishes and a fifth. His performance is good enough to put him squarely near the head of the class with two past champions, JGR teammate and 2003 champion Matt Kenseth and the original “Five Time,” Jimmie Johnson. You can’t win a NASCAR Sprint Cup championship in September or October, but you can sure lose one, and so far Rowdy has avoided some of the pitfalls that have dogged h ...

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Can Joe Gibbs Racing Beat Vegas?

  Who would think one of the most moral men in NASCAR could develop a way to beat Vegas without even intentionally trying to do so? Joe Gibbs is the nice uncle of NASCAR, the type of person who surprises you with the depth of a Facebook post. So how could this  devout Christian find a way to beat Vegas? It's as simple as #20 and #18. (more...) ...

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The NNS Doesn’t Just Need A Title Sponsor, It Needs An Identity

Starting in 2015, the Nationwide Series will be no more. The insurance company is taking its money to the Cup Series, leaving an opening for the “second tier” series formerly known as the Busch Series, which has its roots in the old NASCAR Sportsman Division. Regardless of how one may feel about the viability of the current series, NASCAR will get a new title sponsor. It’s just a matter of custom fitting the right package for the right price. On a bigger scale, this also provides a golden ...

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