NASCAR No. 44 Car Stolen

[caption id="attachment_685647" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/TravisKvapil[/caption] Can the 2015 Sprint Cup season get any more unusual? According to what feels like a million different reports, someone stole the trailer for the Team Xtreme No. 44. Inside, the car  Travis Kvapil hoped to run during Sunday's Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500. (more...) ...

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It’s Time For A Clear Stand On Domestic Violence

  If you've lived through it, you know how profound its impact is. For those that have grown up in homes where domestic violence has occurred, they know its insidious effect goes beyond merely the abuser and the abused. As the Kurt Busch case brings the issue before NASCAR and the racing public, it's time to take a clear stand on domestic violence when NASCAR participants are found to have engaged in it. Let's be clear that this is in no way a veiled attempt at trying the Kurt Bus ...

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NASCAR Road To Recovery: A Brief Overview

When Travis Kvapil is making NASCAR headlines, something either really amazing or really bad has taken place. Kvapil's alleged conduct involving his wife and an assault arrest makes drama on the track look trivial. The decision to let Kvapil race Saturday in Charlotte also bring NASCAR's Road To Recovery program into the spotlight. Here are three things to know which might explain what happens when  your favorite  gets into trouble. (more...) ...

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Kvapil’s Alleged Conduct Detrimental To Stock Car Racing

There's an ugly stereotype of NASCAR drivers, crew members, officials and fans that is less than savory. You know the one: the fat, slothful, beer swilling, inbred troglodyte who likes his women barefoot and pregnant. To be sure, other sports have their issues as well, but other governing bodies have not worked as hard as NASCAR has to change that perception. The arrest of former NASCAR truck series and current Cup driver Travis Kvapil for assault on a female and false imprisonment couldn ...

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FAILED ALL-STAR CAMPAIGNS

While some drivers automatically qualify for the All-Star Race (past champions and race winners from 2009-10), a few notable drivers are on the outside looking in. The winner of the popular vote gets a ticket to the dance, while the losers will console themselves in the knowledge that most all-star games suck.Several of the biggest names in racing (Carl Edwards, Juan Pablo Montoya, Clint Bowyer and Greg Biffle) have struggled in the early voting. As of April 9th, the top 10 drivers in the Sprint ...

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