NEWMAN-LOGANO CRASH REVIEW

 Kevin Harvick got all the glory on Sunday in Michigan, but certainly not all the attention. A minor accident on lap 148 resulted in some heated post-race words between Ryan Newman and Joey Logano. What Happened: Trying to pass Newman in Turn 4 in what has been referred to as a sequence of hard racing, the Joe Gibbs Racing 20 car got loose, lightly tapping Newman’s left-side quarter panel, spinning out the No. 39 Chevy toward the infield. Though the physical damage was minimal, i ...

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HARVICK WINS, LOCKS CHASE BERTH

Coming into the day the leader in the standings, Kevin Harvick had the opportunity to become the first driver locked into the 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup. Starting from the eighth spot, it did not take the No. 29 Shell/Pennzoil Chevrolet long to find the front of the field. Racing the majority of the day in the top-four, Harvick stayed out late and was able to move around Denny Hamlin to score his third win of the season and lock himself into the Chase. When the caution flew for debris on Lap ...

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NEWMAN & STEWART HAVE CONFLICTING STORIES

The controversy over NASCAR’s decision to secretly fine drivers Denny Hamlin and Ryan Newman has raised many eyebrows. Few drivers know the details of what took place and those that do are saying very little. NASCAR, of course, is saying nothing at all.As if things were not complicated enough already, our own Jay W. Pennell reports on Frontstretch.com that Newman and team owner Tony Stewart seem to have their stories mixed up.  To make matters worse, when asked to clarify their commen ...

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NEWMAN ADMITS TO BEING FINED

POCONO, P.A._ News leaked earlier this week that NASCAR had fined two of its top drivers for comments they had made criticizing the sport publically. The sanctioning body never announced the fines, nor did they say who the drivers were or what they had said. Thanks to a leak, The Associated Press filed the story and started one of the most talked about controversies of the season.Friday at Pocono Raceway, Ryan Newman confirmed he was one of the two drivers fined by NASCAR. While ESPN had reporte ...

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NEWMAN’S THOUGHTS ON BRAD & CARL

Last weekend’s incident between Carl Edwards and Brad Keselowski in the Nationwide Series event at Gateway International caused quite the stir throughout the NASCAR nation. At a time when NASCAR could use all the attention it can get, these two certainly helped in that respect. Back on the job after a weekend away from the track, most drivers were asked their opinion on the situation, regardless of not being involved. With how tight knit the NASCAR community is and how important saf ...

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LOL RACE PICS: SILENCE OF THE ROCKET MAN

 Have you silenced the lambs yet, LOL Race Pics? Related links:Tony Stewart food runDarrell Waltrip bustedAmish Stewart fanStealing Kyle's flagTarget practiceSasquatch Earnhardt Jr.Kyle goes to Walley WorldI'm Tony Stewart ... Ting!Kyle is the new BobDrink responsiblyThe Incredible CarlWhat Carl Edwards saidDanica Patrick FAILPhoto finish at ACSFore! ...

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AUTISM SPEAKS 400 ODDS

I have finally figured out a way to make NASCAR more competitive. When I pick Jimmie Johnson to win, he loses. When I pick Jimmie Johnson to lose, he wins. Sure I can credit the tight points race to one really major JJ funk since the new rear spoiler, three Denny Hamlin wins or a gaggle of green and white finishes. But I'm a narcissist who believes in ramdon karma. So you're welcome for the open points race with multiple contenders. I’m pumped for Dover. Two picks. Two wins in a row. I& ...

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NEWMAN NEEDED FOUR LAPS FOR PHOENIX WIN

If one thing was learned from the finish of Saturday night’s Subway Fresh Fit 600 at the Phoenix International Raceway, it was how a team wins a Sprint Cup Series race these days has changed dramatically. Kyle Busch led 113 laps, Jimmie Johnson led 113 laps and Juan Pablo Montoya led 104 laps, yet none of them celebrated in victory lane. Ryan Newman led only four laps on the night, took two tires in the end and was able to break a 77-race winless streak.  As the laps clicked away, it ...

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NEWMAN THINKS MOON LANDING WAS FAKED

Count NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Ryan Newman among the people who believe the moon landing never happened. Said the Rocket Man, "I'm pretty sure (the original moon landing) was fake. I watched the documentary on it, and it's pretty easy to believe. The flag was standing straight out when there's no wind up there. When they step on the surface, there should have been a big cloud because there's no atmosphere." But that's not all he said. In a fascinating interview with the ...

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NEWMAN CRITICIZES NASCAR

Ryan Newman was ticked off following his horror-show crash at Talladega, and can you blame him? Newman, who is an engineer, warned NASCAR that it is playing with fire at restrictor-plate tracks. After his wreck, he unloaded on the powers that be, criticizing the sport's inability to keep cars on the track, boring racing and drivers' lack of freedom. Video below. ...

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