NASCAR’s Best Road Course Racer Ever

Who is NASCAR's best road course racer ever? Marcos Ambrose? He is one of them, but his body of work is too short. Boris Said? If we're talking about perhaps the best road course driving COACH ever, the curly-headed road master gets the nod. Juan Pablo Montoya? He's worthy of consideration, but the criteria applied to Ambrose also applies to JPM. For all their victories, Richard Petty and David Pearson trail the best road course racer NASCAR has ever seen: Jeff Gordon. With nine victories ...

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The 10 Greatest Drivers Of The Last 25 Years

  2015 appears to be shaping up as one of those crossroads season, with some great careers coming to a close, and some potentially great careers getting started. Jeff Gordon's retirement announcement got this fan in a reflective mood. When the Rainbow Warrior happened on the NASCAR scene in the early 90s, the sport was in a golden era, and at the time, there was an exchange of great careers getting started, and some great careers winding down. In this humble opinion, these are the ...

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SUPERSPEEDWAY CONCERNS NOTHING NEW

CHARLOTTE _ Last week NASCAR officials met with team members and drivers to discuss possible changes coming to the sport for the fast-approaching season. Among those proposed changes are allowing drivers to bump-draft and a re-examination of the yellow line rule on the superspeedways of Daytona and Talladega.  While the yellow line rule is relatively new to NASCAR, bump-drafting and aggressiveness on the superspeedways is something that has been around for years. As restrictor plate racing ...

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