The NASCAR Bubble

Bubbles are trouble when you're not talking about a kid's bath. We've had the "dot-com" bubble, the real estate bubble, and now it sure looks from here that the NASCAR bubble is working its way out as all manner of issues in "stock" car auto racing are on the table for discussion. Does this mean NASCAR is dead? Never say never, as yours truly stares down the barrel of 50 years of age in a few weeks, I can tell you I have seen everything from the moon landing to Roe V. Wade to the Internet ...

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Nascar Win, Lose or Draw: Camping World RV Sales 301

It seems everyone wants to go streaking these days. First it was Hendrick Motorsports. Now it's Ford. After Brad Keselwoski won at Loudon, Ford has won four straight races. It's the longest streak for the brand in more than a decade. The real question is how many people noticed. It's part of a breakdown of winners and losers from New Hampshire Motor Speedway. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: Camping World RV Sales 301

There's a new streak in Nascar, though very few seems to care about it very much. After Aric Almirola's 60/1 win last week at Daytona, Ford has three straight wins on the the Sprint Cup tour. Surprisingly enough, that's the longest streak since 2005. However, odds are the streak ends this week at Loudon. Here's why: (more...) ...

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Nascar Win, Lose or Draw: Coke Zero 400

  [caption id="attachment_684580" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: Richard Petty Motorsports[/caption] Finally. After weeks of writing about it, it finally happened. A longshot, Aric Almirola, won a 2014 Sprint Cup race, chaining the Chase landscape and making for a memorable and rain-shorterend weekend. Here's the Bert Convy inspired breakdown. (more...) ...

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Coke Zero 400 Odds

The first return trip of the 2014 Sprint Cup season is a return to the pack. Even though Sprint Cup fans have an idea of who the contenders are for the 2014 Sprint Cup title, that doesn't translate the numbers for the Coke Zero 400. The numbers suggest it's anyone's to win. (more...) ...

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Nascar’s Bad Week

Normally, summer is supposed to be full of great images and lasting memories. But as teams get ready for Saturday night’s Quaker State 400, a series of stories have emerged this week that have rained on Nascar’s so far sunny season. (more...) ...

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Sunoco Race Fuel 2014 Facts

  There are 43 teams that race every week on the Sprint Cup circuit. All have different setups and alignments to try and create a competitive advantage. The one thing every team has in common: Sunoco race fuel. It's been the official racing fuel of NASCAR since 2004. With a new added emphasis on winning, teams are trying different strategies to optimize fuel and their chances at winning. Here are three things to consider about Sunoco race fuel that might impact how you watch the r ...

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Danica Patrick Topless Selfie On Sports Illustrated website

  Description Danica Patrick's wardrobe malfunction (if you can even call it that) has the internet going crazy.     ...

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Food City 500 Win, Lose or Draw

[caption id="attachment_684200" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Photo by Will Schneekloth/Getty Images[/caption]   Is the Food City 500 over yet? For the second time in the 2014 Sprint Cup season, I thought the race was postponed until Monday, put the kids to bed and randomly found the race on cable when trying to find something else to watch on Sunday evening. While extra night racing in Bristol is always a plus, there are some other winners and losers from Sunday's race. Here's ...

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Daytona 500 Win, Lose or Draw

  The race is finally over. The partying in Daytona may continue all week, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. won the Great American Race, cemented his Chase status after one week, shut up his critics and proved himself to be a real contender to win the 2014 Sprint Cup. There can't be a bigger winner from the weekend. Still, there are others who will feel the impact of Daytona for months to come. Here's a quick breakdown, Bert Convy style. (more...) ...

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