1. Lenox Industrial Tools 301: 10 Drivers Who'll Be in the Running at New Hampshire

    The boys of NASCAR take to the "Magic Mile" this weekend for the Lenox Industrial Tools 301. Sunday's race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway will mark the first visit to the one-mile oval from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2012...

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  2. Brian Vickers: Sprint Cup Driver Talks About 2012 Success, Auditioning for 2013

    Brian Vickers has looked like a different driver in 2012. In the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, the then-Red Bull Racing driver finished 25th in the final point standings, notching just three top fives and seven top 10s in 36 starts...

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  3. Clint Bowyer: Expectations Raised for MWR Driver After Stellar First Half

    Clint Bowyer has been one of the bigger surprises through the first half of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. Through 18 races, Bowyer sits 10th in the standings, hanging onto the final guaranteed spot in NASCAR's race for the Chase...

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  4. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at Coke Zero 400

    The boys of NASCAR took to the "World Center of Racing" for the second time in 2012 for Saturday night's Coke Zero 400...

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  5. Coke Zero 400: 9 Drivers Who Could Shake Up the Wild-Card Race at Daytona

    Nine races remain until the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase field is set. Of those races, none is considered to be quite as unpredictable as Saturday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona...

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  6. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at Kentucky

    The boys of NASCAR were in the Bluegrass State for a primetime special under the lights Saturday night at Kentucky Speedway...

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  7. Blake Koch Walks by Faith Through NASCAR Struggles, Offers Hope to Young Racers

    It's easy to be overshadowed these days in NASCAR. With sponsorship being at a premium in a sport driven by fame and fortune, many talented drivers are often overlooked in today's racing world...

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  8. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at Sonoma

    The boys of NASCAR took a right turn on their way to California and ended up at the windy road course of Sonoma for Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350...

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  9. Brad Keselowski Has Kind Words for Former Sprint Cup Teammate Kurt Busch

    Brad Keselowski is one of the most polarizing figures in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Since earning a full-time ride at NASCAR's highest level back in 2010, the Penske Racing ...

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  10. Kurt Busch vs. David Reutimann: Who Would You Pick to Drive Your Race Car?

    James Finch has made his bed. Hopefully, he'll sleep well in it. The Phoenix Racing team owner announced after his meeting today with driver Kurt Busch that he and the controversial ...

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  11. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at Pocono

    The boys of NASCAR took to the Tricky Triangle this weekend. The series headed to the newly-repaved Pocono Raceway for the first of two summer stints at the 2.5-mile facility. Some drivers took kindly to the track's changes...

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  12. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 'Pocono Pit Blame Game' Exposes Soft Underbelly of the Sport

    Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono was a record-breaking event. In all, 15 drivers combined to make history by earning an unprecedented 22 pit road speeding penalties in Sunday's running of the Pocono 400...

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  13. Joey Logano Makes Statement, Earns Career-Saving Victory at Pocono 400

    Just five days after facing questions about the pressures of a contract year, Joey Logano went out and proved just why he's the man for the job at Joe Gibbs Racing. Saturday, the 22-year-old Middletown, Conn...

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  14. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Why Sunday's Race at Pocono Could Be Horrifying

    Two-twelve. Put that in numerical form, add the acronym for miles per hour after it and you get the following: 212 mph...

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  15. Joey Logano Enjoying Nationwide Success, 'No Added Pressure' in Contract Year

    On the heels of two top 10s in his last three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races and three wins in the last four NASCAR Nationwide Series events, things seem to be going Joey Logano 's way right now...

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  16. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Has Penske Set AJ Allmendinger Up to Fail?

    AJ Allmendinger's 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup season started off with such promise. After winning the Rolex 24 at Daytona Grand Am race, Allmendinger was set to begin the 2012 Sprint ...

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  17. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 5 Good, 5 Bad at Coca-Cola 600

    The boys of NASCAR were in their own backyard this week as they took to the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the season's longest race. For the ninth time in the 2012 Sprint Cup season a different face went to Victory Lane...

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  18. Indy 500 Results: Tony Kanaan Stays Classy Amid Another Indy Heartbreak

    Surely, it couldn't happen again. After 10 years of trying and failing to win the Indianapolis 500, after so many years of coming oh-so-close, after so many years of heartbreak, ...

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  19. Indy 500 Results: Did Takuma Sato Make His Final Move Too Early?

    For the second year in a row, jubilation was turned to heartbreak on the final lap for a driver just moments away from earning his first Indianapolis 500 victory. Last year, it was JR Hildebrand...

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  20. Aric Almirola: Can the King's No. 43 Finally Win Again in the Coca-Cola 600?

    Aric Almirola didn't just win the pole for the Coca-Cola 600 on Thursday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway. He blew the field away. The driver of Richard Petty 's famed No. 43 car stunned the field with a blistering lap of 27...

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  21. Indy 500 2012: Predicting the Top 10 End-of-Season Finishers in IndyCar

    The Indianapolis 500 is finally upon us. With the most prestigious event in motorsports just four days away, it's almost safe to say the points are of little relevance this Sunday...

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  22. Indianapolis 500 2012: 10 Bold Predictions for the Indy 500 Race

    There is no more intense four hours on the calendar year in motorsports than those which will make up The Greatest Spectacle in Racing this coming Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway...

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  23. 2012 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race: Format Was a Good Idea, but It Did Not Work

    Not 12 hours after five-time Sprint Cup champ Jimmie Johnson cruised to victory for the second week in a row, NASCAR fans were left clamoring for the sport to make yet another change...

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  24. NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race: 5 Drivers Who Could Stun the Field Tonight

    The NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race is always about the big names. From Dale Earnhardt to Jeff Gordon to Jimmie Johnson, many of the winners in this event's history are Sprint Cup champions several times over...

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  25. Kurt Busch: Why the Loathed Sprint Cup Star Is No Different from Fan Favorites

    I'm thinking of a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver. This particular driver is known for his aggressive racing style and has a history of in-car radio meltdowns and post-race altercations...

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