Jimmie Johnson Is Right About NASCAR Rulebook

  Did you hear what Jimmie Johnson said the other night? The seven-time champion says the NASCAR rulebook is "too damn thick." Some say he's been a beneficiary. So if you think about that- and you buy it- then it's quite an admission. From Johnson's point of view, the problem is everyone is running the same speed. Think about it: when was the last time one car just lambasted the field? We're not talking about 3-4 seconds, we're talking one car on the lead lap fast! It's been a lon ...

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Who Should Be Next In The NASCAR Hall of Fame?

The 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame class has been announced. Props for finally getting Raymond Parks in. If you ask me, he should have been among the first. Benny Parson was also overdue. I'm glad to see Mark Martin's wait wasn't long. We all knew rick Hendrick and Richard Childress would be there sooner rather than later. So who should be next in the NASCAR Hall of Fame? There's still certainly a number of worthy remaining candidates. These five would get my vote for 2018....... Ken Squier- ...

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NASCAR Conspiracies: No Season Is Complete Without One

NASCAR fans love a conspiracy. Regardless of who the driver is, if he or she dominates, it can't be because they are good; they're good because they cheated. Granted, it isn't without good reason that fans would raise their eyebrows. NASCAR's first Strictly Stock winner- Glenn Dunaway- had his victory taken away because of an illegal, unapproved spring. Legendary mechanic and car owner Smoke Yunick was the original "Slick Willie," finding every loophole in the rule book to gain an edge. C ...

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5 Top NASCAR Hall of Fame Snubs

  Two-time champion Terry Labonte, modified super stud Jerry Cook, NASCAR emperasario Bruton Smith, the "Babe Ruth of NASCAR" Curtis Turner and 1970 champion Bobby Isaac were named as the latest inductees in the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Taking nothing from these men are just as notable individuals still waiting their turn. In fact, you talk to some fans, and they are shaking their heads that they continue to wait. Fan favorite Benny Parsons remains on the waiting list for the NASCAR H ...

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Deflategate Has Nothing On NASCAR’s Cunning Car Men

  So the NFL has their boxers in a twist over air in footballs? Isn't that cute. In NASCAR, creativity with the rule book has been a part of the game since it's inception. In NASCAR's first sanction event, race winner Glenn Dunaway had his victory taken away for illegal springs to improve handling. The truth is, if someone like clever car man Smokey Yunick were employed by the New England Patriots, they wouldn't have played with air in footballs; heck, he probably would have taken me ...

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