Undeniably The Best

You may not like where he's from- "Southern California is for wigged out movie stars and surfer dudes" some lament. You may not care for his demeanor- his cool comes off to some as either smug or bland. You may detest his employer- yours truly is beginning to think Mr. Hendrick's first name is "Felon." For years, detractors have tried to wrinkle their noses at his accomplishments, but Sunday's race at Texas bears it out..... Jimmie Johnson is undeniably the best racer in NASCAR today. Whe ...

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Texas 500 Odds

  Several NASCAR writers believe five drivers still have a real chance to win the 2013 Sprint Cup. But with three races left, those making the odds seem to think it's a three-horse race. Here's how it might impact how fans watch the Texas 500 this weekend. (more...) ...

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Advantage: Jimmie Johnson

In a perfect world, every chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship would go down like it did in 2011. Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards were tied, with the advantage going to Smoke, because he had more wins. Who could argue that? Alas, it's not a perfect world, and the five-time champion Jimmie Johnson- whom some would liken to Darth Vader- has thundered past Matt Kenseth took the points lead, albeit by a razor thin margin of four, and appears also to have an advantage down the home stretch. ...

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Matt Kenseth Talks About His NASCAR Season

Matt Kenseth stops by NASCAR Now to talk about this season in NASCAR and looks ahead to the end of the Chase. // ...

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Bank of America 500: Win Lose or Draw

[caption id="attachment_683437" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy Associated Press[/caption] The Bank of America 500 looked like a corporate race for about 400 miles Saturday night, with Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing dominating the field. Those final 100 miles proved to shake things up a bit, enough to break things down Bert Convy style... (more...) ...

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