NASCAR: The 10 Best and Worst Moments of the 2012 Sprint Cup Season

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NASCAR: The 10 Best and Worst Moments of the 2012 Sprint Cup Season
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Brad Keselowski started the Chase the right way, with a win at Chicago, one of the best moments of 2012.

Trying to pick the best and worst moments over the course of a 36-race season can be pretty difficult.

And no matter what 10 moments you narrow things down to—5 best and 5 worst—someone is invariably going to disagree or come up with another choice or idea.

When it came to choose our list of the 10 Best and Worst Moments of the 2012 NASCAR Season, we had more than enough examples to choose from, but invariably some choices were ultimately left off.

Particularly for worst moments, we could have mentioned—but didn't—Jimmy Johnson's wreck in the fall race at Phoenix, Johnson's drivetrain failure at Homestead that ended his championship hopes, Kyle Busch's terrible season and much more.

Likewise, we could have mentioned any number of other feel good stories and choices, but we feel we chose the five best and most memorable in this exercise.

And speaking of choices, the 10 we ultimately came up with are not in any particular order or ranking.

So, you may agree or disagree with our choices. That's fine. The most important thing is we got you thinking.

And if you indeed disagree with some of our choices, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Remember, there's no right or wrong answers here, just some of the 10 Best and Worst Moments of the 2012 NASCAR Season.


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