You Can Call Kyle Larson “Mr. Michigan”

Kyle Larson is a 21st century Mr. Michigan. Win at a track once, and that's nice. Win twice in a row, and maybe you've got a knack for racing at a venue. Three wins in a row? You have a mastery of that track. Kyle Larson has mastered Michigan. The funny part is, this was not a race where he seemed all that dominant. At first, it sure looked like Brad Keselowski would get that win that's eluded him in his own backyard. Of course, Martin Truex Jr. is tough everywhere, and it even looked lik ...

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NASCAR Recap: Pure Michigan 400

[caption id="attachment_686209" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/joegibbsracing[/caption] So the Pure Michigan was pure something…. Matt Kenseth owned the racing, giving Toyota a win in Michigan. For Kenseth, the extra points will come in handy for the Chase. Here’s why he may not have been the big winner at Michigan International Speedway yetersday. (more…) ...

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NASCAR Odds: Pure Michigan 400

Where's Tim Allen when we need him? The soothing voice behind the Pure Michigan ads that are on TV all the time might be necessary come Sunday's Pure Michigan 400. After looking at the NASCAR odds for Sunday's race, it could be a wild few hours at Michigan International Speedway. (more…) ...

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Nascar Recap: Pure Michigan 400 Win, Lose or Draw

Let's recap: Pure Michigan was pure fun for Jeff Gordon, who won his 91st career sprint Cup race Sunday. So why is the weekend a draw for Gordon in this Nacar recap? Here's a Bert Convy inspired breakdown. (more…) ...

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Nascar Odds: Pure Michigan 400

I get it. With everything going on related to last Saturday's deadly accident involving Tony Stewart, there are far more important things happening in the world of racing. Stewart isn't racing. Forty-three others are. Here's a breakdown of how the odds might impact what Sprint Cup fans see Sunday. (more…) ...

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