Harvick Is NASCAR’s “Mr. Clutch”

  Who is Mr. Clutch? He's that guy who can close the deal, the one who gets it done when it is all on the line. Kevin Harvick has been Mr. Clutch in 2o14. Consider the evidence: after winning at Phoenix International Raceway in March, Harvick went on a stretch that left him with a hole to dig out of. Happy was anything but after finishing 41st at Las Vegas, 39th at Bristol, and 36th at Fontana. After finishing seventh at Martinsville, disaster struck again with a 42nd place run at ...

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Nascar Recap: Quicken Loans Race For The Heroes 500

[caption id="attachment_685219" align="aligncenter" width="488"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/MartySmithESPN[/caption] Nascar finally has its final four, though the path it took to get sure was messy. Here's a Nascar recap of winners and losers from Sunday's Quicken Loans Race For The Heroes 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: Quicken Loans Race For Heroes 500

The action off the track hasn't impacted the Nascar odds on the track. The numbers are up for Sunday's Quicken Loans Race For Heroes 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, and the tightest Chase on record has only slightly impacted what you would expect to see in terms of top favorites. (more...) ...

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What Will Happen At Phoenix?

The intensity in the NASCAR garage is at an all-time high as eight contenders race to become the final four in the season finale at Homestead. Speculation runs amok as to what may occur Sunday Phoenix International Raceway as the pressure to perform has more than once led to boiled over emotions at race's end in recent weeks. Can winless drivers Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman remove the goose eggs from their victory columns, will bad boy du jour Brad Keselowski meet up with a stray fender and ...

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The Remaining Schedule Favors A Dark Horse

  In some NASCAR circles, much talk has emerged about the possibility of a winless Chase champion. If NASCAR were Survivor, one would certainly credit Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth with "outlasting" the competition.  Though winless, Newman and Kenseth have raised their respective games at the right time.  The Rocket Man has an average finish of 5.8 in his last five races, while Kenseth has been a solid 9.0. With that said, the biggest threat to win the Chase not named Jeff Gordon o ...

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