NASCAR Racing At Road Courses Has Changed

In some racing museum somewhere, you may find an endangered species. Typically, this species had its origins in sports cars series or perhaps some form of open wheel racing. Critics would argue that NASCAR racing on road courses is like a pig doing ballet. Among the old time legends of the sport, you would struggle to find one proficient at road course racing. Dale Earnhardt won only once on a road course- at Watkins Glen. By comparison- Richard Petty had six, Bobby Allison five, and Davi ...

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How Tony Stewart Is Not Like You and Me

Rich people live in a different world than the likes of you and me. For the rich AND famous, it's another universe. I've never even been close to being rich and and while I've experienced being a big fish in a small pond, I've never even come close to the notoriety of a Tony Stewart. Instinctively, we know that the rich and famous live by a different set of rules, but there's a part of us that doesn't know the fullness of what that really means. Let us consider the matter of Tony Stewart ...

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Who? Clint Bowyer? He Did What?

  It seems like a few years back, I remember this racer named Clint Bowyer. He was kind of a funny guy, big into Elvis, and he seemed like he was really coming into his own in NASCAR. To put it a more family friendly way, compost happens. Until Monday, the sunny-natured Kansan hadn't won in 190 races! That's one hellacious dry spell. A lot happens in what amounts to five years. Clint Bowyer got married, had a couple of kids, went through a couple of teams, and here is now running ...

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Stewart-Haas Racing Firing On All Cylinders

Did you catch this? Not only did Kevin Harvick win his third straight race Sunday in the employ of Stewart-Haas Racing, all three of his teammates made the top ten. Clint Bowyer finished sixth for SHR. Aric Almirola took seventh. Kurt Busch- who looked like a possible race winner- placed 10th for Stewart-Haas Racing. Who thought that at the beginning of the season that it would by SHR leading the way for Ford and not Penske? Clint Bowyer appears to be finding his footing in his second ...

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2018 Team Preview: Stewart-Haas Racing

Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make. It will be interesting to see how things go for 2004 champion Kurt Busch at Stewart-Haas Racing. There had been some speculation that Busch would join a veteran driver like Matt Kenseth as a rideless racer. He'll be back in 2018. Kurt Busch has been written off more than once. Controversies sparked departures for the driver of the 41 at Jack Roush and at Penske. Each time, he's been able to bounce back. While Busch has generally dodged ...

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