BIFFLE WINS ONE FOR JACK

Team owner Jack Roush may be recovering from this week's plane crash, but Roush Fenway Racing's Greg Biffle gave the 'Cat in the Hat' plenty to smile about Sunday afternoon in Pocono. In a wild and lengthy 500-mile event, Biffle was able to capitalize on a two tire call from crew chief Greg Erwin late in the race to get out front and in clean air when it mattered most. Biffle snaps 64-race skid to win one for recovering Roush (AP) ...

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WRECK OF THE WEEK: TOO MUCH FLIPPY CUP

Sadly, there is such a thing as too much flippy cup, as this poor guy tailgating at last week's Pocono 500 found out. In flippy cup, both the flipper and the cup play a dangerous game of cat and mouse with the forces of gravity. One moment you're upright and everything's cool and next thing you know you're spinning in space and tumbling into the grass.Also, major props to whomever built a deck on the back of the pickup truck in the background. I want to party with you, cowboy.Another drunk NASCA ...

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STEWART STILL A TRAILBLAZER

Since day one of his NASCAR career, Tony Stewart has been doing what they said couldn't be done. Let's examine the evidence.Open wheelers don't succeed in NASCAR. Tony Stewart was a winner right out of the gate. The former IRL and USAC stud won three races his rookie year, won a championship in his fourth year and won yet another championship by his seventh year.Passionate, politically incorrect drivers are a pariah for sponsors. While I'm sure Tony Stewart caused former bosses Joe and J.D. Gibb ...

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POCONO 500 CRASH

The Pocono 500 was heavy on fuel strategy and light on wrecks. Dale Earnhardt Jr. did, however, get into David Stremme on lap 112. The video is below.  In another one of the race's less-than-stellar moments, Denny Hamlin got off to an awful start.     Finally, check out Smoke's final laps of fuel strategy glory.  ...

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TONY STEWART WINS POCONO 500

Tony Stewart went from last to first to come away with a win at the Pocono 500. Stewart gained 21 places in the first 21 laps of the race and was quickly in contention. Carl Edwards, who led the most laps, finished second. Stewart, Edwards and several others gambled with fuel strategy and it paid off. This was Stewart's first Cup points win as a driver/owner. NASCAR's new policy of double-file restarts didn't seem to have too big of an impact on the race. Jeff Gordon felt the restarts "k ...

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