Long Term, It May Be Bowyer Who Loses The Most

The tribal council has spoken. Fines are levied, a suspension is handed down, and points are deducted- “Spingate” has collected more than it’s share of damage, from the willing participants to the victims of circumstance. The Chase hopes of Martin Truex Jr. are dashed, Ryan Newman gets a reprieve, and Jeff Gordon can only wonder what might have been. Michael Waltrip Racing’s Ty Norris (the orchestrator of Brian Vickers superfluous pit stop) get to sit and stew a while, and Waltrip gets a ...

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NASCAR, YOUR FANS ARE WAITING

Deep in the heart of this great country are people with steel backs and iron guts. They work hard and their muscle ache at the end of the day. They are independent spirits who go against the flow and often go west when everyone is heading east. They’re unsophisticated, yet profound; they know the risk, and yet stand in the face of fear.These are the fans. They are the soul of NASCAR.Growth is something they understand, it’s practically un-American to stay at rest. There are new terri ...

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EDWARDS GETS THREE WEEKS’ PROBATION FOR WRECKING KESELOWSKI

NASCAR is holding true to its word. The boys will have at it in 2010. NASCAR slapped Carl Edwards on the wrist for intentionally wrecking Brad Keselowski during last weekend's race in Atlanta. On Tuesday NASCAR president Mike Helton said that the decision to give Edwards three weeks' probation was based on two separate issues - the wreck itself and the fact that the car went airborne.Did Edwards get off easy? Or was it correct for NASCAR to punish the intent, rather than the outcome? E ...

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