The Future Is Now For Carl Edwards

Now that champion's week is over and the tux is back in the closet, for all intents and purposes, 2015 has already begun for Carl Edwards. After a decade with Roush Fenway Racing, the Flipmeister turned his first laps for Joe Gibbs Racing in a tire test at Charlotte Motor Speedway. While most of us are mailing out Christmas cards and finishing up our holiday shopping, the future is now for the 33-year old- a two-time runner-up in the Chase. In certain fan circles the switch from Ford to T ...

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A Change Will Do Edwards Good

  What does Carl Edwards have to lose? There's nothing but upside with his announced move to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2015. Sometimes you just know you've given it your all in one place, and it's time to try something new. Of course, the anti-Toyota crowd is howling in protest over it. It's a tired old argument, and frankly, if a fan says they are abandoning you over a nameplate, they probably weren't all that into you anyway. Let's be clear, there's nothing wrong with preferring one m ...

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Toyota/Save Mart 350 Win, Lose or Draw

Carl Edwards won a road race. Dale Earnhardt Jr. almost won a road race. Those two sentences alone made for quite a nice Sunday in wine country. Here's a breakdown of those who left happy and hung over. (more...) ...

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Where Does He Go Now?

Cue the music from The Clash, "Should I stay, or should I go?" This is the question before the star of NASCAR's 2014 "Silly Season," Carl Edwards. For a decade, the photogenic, genial Missourian has been the face of Roush Fenway Racing, which for so many seasons has been the flagship team for Ford. Times has changed, leading to speculation Edwards will be changing addresses. Just recently, we learned two things: the 2011 runner-up to Tony Stewart spurned an offer to race for Richard Child ...

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Quicken Loans 400: Win, Lose or Draw

How fitting that on Father's Day, Nascar's Godfather ruled the roost at the Quicken Loans 400. No, we're not talking about Jimmie Johnson, who became the first drive to win three times in the 2014 Sprint Cup season. It's his boss who really was the big winner of the weekend. (more...) ...

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