Martinsville: Win, Lose or Draw

  Martinsville is over, and Jimmie Johnson didn't win. While NASCAR fans take a moment to embrace something more shocking than Will Gardner's death, there are several others who ran Martinsville who will be far more impacted by Sunday's events. Here's a breakdown, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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Martinsville: Win, Lose or Draw

Martinsville was supposed to be the race that separated the field. All it did was bunch things up in a way Sprint Cup fans haven't seen in years. There's no better way to look ahead than taking a look back....Bert Convy style (more...) ...

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Goody’s Headache Relief 500 Odds

Jimmie Johnson just did something this writer has never seen. And As a result, maybe the Chase isn't as close fans all thought. (more...) ...

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HAMLIN MATCHING JOHNSON’S MOXIE

Just who does this Denny Hamlin think he is? He ends last season by saying he’s gunning to knock Jimmie Johnson off his perch. Then Hamlin defies logic by tearing up his knee playing hoops. Then he follows that up with surgery, and then goes out and wins a race just following surgery. As if that’s not enough, the outspoken challenger essentially blows off Sonoma because there’s no road course in the Chase. Then the topper: he predicts a victory at Martinsville&he ...

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MARTINSVILLE’S ‘GREEN’ TRACK SURFACE

Sunday’s postponement of the Martinsville Cup race brought about a "green" track for teams to contend with. This term is coined from the condition of rain washing away tire rubber buildup from a speedway’s surface.Any paved racetrack is susceptible to the same conditions that affect highways and streets we drive our personal vehicles on. That includes the weather. And this year’s Daytona 500 pothole was a perfect example of that.At Martinsville, or any track that has ...

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