LOL RACE PICS: WHAT CARL EDWARDS SAID

My guess is that is exactly what Carl Edwards said when he turned Brad Keselowski in Atlanta. Thanks, LOL Race Pics. Related posts:Danica Patrick FAILPhoto finish at ACSFore!  ...

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INGRID VANDEBOSCH MEGA GALLERY

 In light of the tremendous response to our Danica Patrick mega gallery, we decided to continue our tradition of gratuitous girlie-pic posting with a mega gallery of Jeff Gordon's wife, Ingrid Vandebosch. Vandebosch, who will celebrate her 40th birthday in November, is a Belgium-born beauty who has appeared in Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue, Glamour and the 2008 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Please note that Gordon appears in many of the photos with his wife because he is a devoted and lovi ...

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DELANA HARVICK PHOTOS

She has been called one of the most powerful women in NASCAR. DeLana Harvick not only is married to one of the Sprint Cup Series' top drivers - Kevin Harvick - she is co-owner of Kevin Harvick Inc., which races in the Nationwide and Truck Series. Oh, and she is all over Twitter. Kevin and DeLana celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary on Feb. 28. If RCR's resurgence continues, we can expect to see plenty of the Harvicks in 2010.  Related links:Miss Sprint Cup Paige DukeMiss Sprin ...

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LOL RACE PICS: PHOTO FINISH AT ACS

Actually, it was a pretty good race, LOL Race Pics. We know. We were there. But even we California boys will admit Fontana has produced its share of yawners through the years.  Related link:Fore! ...

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MISS SPRINT CUP PAIGE DUKE

Last week we took a look at the 2010 Miss Sprint Cup lineup. This week we're spotlighting one of the new Miss Sprint Cups, southern belle Paige Duke. Duke is a graduate of Clemson University, where she studied animal science. She is a model whose hobbies include horse riding, barrel racing, rodeos and shooting sporting clays. She appeared in Brantley Gilbert's music video for "Kick it in the Sticks" and competed in the Miss Hawaiian Tropic International Model Search. According to a mod ...

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