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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WHY KURT BUSCH IS GOOD FOR NASCAR

Kurt Busch is most definitely good for NASCAR. Right now, you’re either thinking I’ve been smoking Oregon’s number one cash crop, or I am being as honest as Ol’ Slick Willie about Ms. Lewinski. Like him or not (and for the record, I am not saying I’m a fan), Kurt Busch is a needed presence in the sport. Why? First of all, Kurt races to win. One need look no further than Saturday night. His dash for cash contained no animus for anyone in his path, he had a race ...

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EXPERIENCE HAS TAUGHT KYLE BUSCH WELL

 You hear coaches say you learn more from failure than you learn from success. Put another way, it is said in racing that to win a championship, you must first lose one. It wasn’t too many years ago, Kyle Busch was reeling off wins, smashing guitar trophies, talking smack to Dale Jr., and making friends and enemies in equal numbers. Then, adversity showed up; Busch got busted for tangling with the opposition, he got parked by NASCAR and the burning Busch probably came a little c ...

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