Nascar Recap: MyAFibStory.com 400

  A new era is underway, even if Sprint Cup fans saw a similar result. The first race of the new Chase format saw a familiar winner in Victory Lane, with Brad Keselowski securing a spot in the quarterfinals of sorts with his fifth win of the 2014 Sprint Cup season. Keselowksi wasn't the only winner this weekend. Here's a Nascar recap of the winners and losers from Chicagoland. (more...) ...

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Nascar Recap: Federated Auto Parts 400

The Chase is here. Sixteen teams can focus on winning a Sprint Cup. Twenty-seven can focus on 2015. While it would seem obvious those 16 and 27 respective crews are the winners and losers from Richmond, there are some names and faces that might think differently. Here's a Bert Convy inspired breakdown. (more...) ...

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Nascar Recap: Pure Michigan 400 Win, Lose or Draw

Let's recap: Pure Michigan was pure fun for Jeff Gordon, who won his 91st career sprint Cup race Sunday. So why is the weekend a draw for Gordon in this Nacar recap? Here's a Bert Convy inspired breakdown. (more...) ...

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Chicagoland: Win, Lose or Draw

  Is it over yet? This column normally looks at the winners and losers from the first week of NASCAR’s playoffs. Matt Kenseth won the race. Everyone else lost last week. Where to begin? Lose: NASCAR Credibility So what is worse? Changing the rules of who gets into the playoffs? Changing competition rules before the start of the playoffs? Allowing a race to continue after six hours of delays, totaling changing the scope of the race and creating a ratings disaster? A sport ...

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Richmond Recap: Win, Lose or Draw

Saturday night at Richmond was crazy? How crazy? On the first full weekend on the football season, NASCAR is on the front page of ESPN’s website. Richmond was that crazy. Here’s a breakdown, Bert Convy style. Win: Clint Bowyer: Yes, that Clint Bowyer. Regardless of the intent or lack of intent surrounding his late spin, Bowyer has casual sports fans talking about NASCAR in September. That simply doesn’t happen in this sports climate. Bowyer has become a name and character in a sport in ...

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