Complete Preview and Prediction for 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race

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Complete Preview and Prediction for 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series All-Star Race
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2013 Sprint All-Star Race driver introductions.

It’s time for NASCAR’s best to duke it out for a cool million in a made-for-television extravaganza called the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.

This year's edition features 23 drivers in race cars built just for this show. That means if they happen to get a few scratches or dents, it’s OK.

This event isn't being staged at just any race track. It's being held in the heart of NASCAR country, at Charlotte Motor Speedway, one of the fastest tracks on the NASCAR schedule, with speeds well over 200 miles per hour going into Turn 1. The fearless drivers here won’t lift their foot off the gas pedal all the way around its 1.5 miles.

Jimmie Johnson is the defending race winner. Both Busch brothers are in—Kurt’s flying in from Indy where hell be qualifying for the 500. Current points leader and recent race winner Jeff Gordon is in (watch for him to be hot again this weekend). Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart, too.

This is the best of the best.

And once again, fans get to vote a driver of their choice into the All-Star race

We all have friends who don’t understand why it is that we love NASCAR. Invite them over Saturday night and show them. Have plenty of cold beverages and snacks.

And now might be the time to invest in that bigger television screen you’ve been thinking about.

It’s a wild night of speed, chaos and competition—and the best All-Star event in sports.

 

*All quotes in this slideshow are taken from official team and manufacturer media releases unless otherwise stated.

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