NASCAR Odds: Sylvaina 300

Playoff racing is intense. Short track racing is intense. Add the two together and NASCAR fans are bound to see some feisty racing at Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The NASCAR odds suggest an eventful ride for Sprint Cup fans Sunday. (more...) ...

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NASCAR Odds: New Hampshire 301

The second half of the 2015 Sprint Cup season is here, and the New Hampshire 301 could go a long way in determining what Sprint Cup fans see over the next 18 races. Here's a look at the NASCAR odds for Sunday's New Hampshire 301. (more...) ...

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Nascar Recap: Sylvania 300

[caption id="attachment_684970" align="aligncenter" width="497"] Credit: NHMS/HHP[/caption] A Sprint Cup trend is turning into Sprint Cup fact. With Joey Logano's win at Sunday's Sylvania 300, it marks the 19th win by Team Penske or Hendrick Motorsports this 2014 Sprint Cup season. That's now 67.8 percent of the races for those counting. While the winner seems predictable, this Nascar recap shows other winners and losers from the weekend. (more...) ...

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ADVERTISING FINE DINING, BUT SERVING UP FAST FOOD

Can I make a confession? I watched about 40 laps of the race, and packed it in for a nap and the NFL. I know this is journalistic sacrilege, but remember, in this role, I am a commentator and not a reporter. If you ask me, what I learned from that mid-race stretch told me all I needed to know about Sunday’s race at New Hampshire anyway. You’d think a fierce battle featuring a five-time champion and a couple of young upstarts would be enough to keep a person glued to the screen, ...

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A SMOLDERING STEWART IS A SUCCESSFUL STEWART

Some athletes practice something akin to Norman Vincent Peale’s “Power of Positive Thinking.” They dream with anticipation, visualizing themselves on the trophy stand. When the going gets tough, the competitor utters positive self-talk and reassuring words as a mantra to push on through. With an unflappability reminiscent of Drew Brees, this athlete lets adversity roll off of him like a bead of sweat. Nothing gets in this guy’s way.Apparently, two-time NASCAR champio ...

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