1. 2010 Big Year For Justin Allgaier

    The 2009 season was a good, successful learning experience for 23 year old Justin Alligaier. Allgaier recorded no wins, yet 3 top fives, 12 top tens, 1 pole, finished 6th in points and won rookie of the year...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 183 reads 2 comments

  2. Why Kevin Harvick Is a Modern Day Racing Hero

    Kevin Harvick finished 19th in the Sprint cup series points standings.  With no wins for a second straight season, 5 top fives, 9 top tens, an averages finish of 20.9, and only 159 laps led, it is quite safe to say 2009 was a disappointment for Harvick..

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 114 reads 1 comments

  3. McMurray Is Back at Ganassi:Will He Live Up To His Potential?

    Right before Homestead it was announcement that 33 year old and 3 time cup winner Jamie McMurray would be reuniting with Chip Ganassi and Felix Sabates at Earnhardt Ganassi racing...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  4. Greg Biffle Upset With 7th In Points, But Why?

    Greg Biffle had a solid season in his number 16 3M ford.  He had no wins yet 10 top fives, 16 top tens, an average finish of 13.97, led 551 laps, and finished 7th in points...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 74 reads 2 comments

  5. A Race That Stood Out: The 2009 Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta

    On September 6, 2009 NASCAR held it's first ever night race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Fans have complained that the racing at Atlanta was getting dull and the track was in danger of possibly losing a race...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 53 reads 2 comments

  6. Can Jay Guy Make Brad Keselowski a Star?

    Jay Guy knew he was going to be a crew chief fulltime in 2010. Little did he know he'd be doing it for one of racing's greatest teams in all of racing history. Merry Christmas Jay you will be the crew chief for Brad Keselowski in the 12 car in 2010...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 261 reads 0 comments

  7. Five Drivers That Can Keep Jimmie Johnson From Five In A Row

    Jimmie Johnson's drive for five is alive. He has won the last four straight championships with crew chief Chad Knaus on his pitbox. But here are some drivers that can stop Johnson from further making a mockery of the Sprint Cup series...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 248 reads 4 comments

  8. Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin Are Left With "What Might Have Been"

    Tony Stewart and Denny Hamlin both had great seasons in 2009 more than capable of winning a champion.  Stewart led the points more than any other driver, won 4 races, had 15 top fives, 23 top ...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  9. What Happened To Respect? Just Saying

    It was the season finale at Homestead.  Tony had led twice for 43 laps and made a great slide job on Juan Pablo Montoya.  Instead of Montoya lifting with Stewart clearly making the pass and clean, he decides to ram into the back of 14...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 416 reads 17 comments

  10. What Drivers Will Step Up In 2010?

    It is official Jimmie Johnson has won the 2009 Sprint Cup championship.  In doing so he as achieved even more greatness with becoming the first driver to win 4 in a row in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series or any series for that matter...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  11. Perhaps Fans Are Too Hard On Keselowski

    Brad Keselowski is a driver that doe not tolerate being pushed around.  He has shown that many times this year...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 80 reads 1 comments

  12. Saying Jimmie Johnson Is Better Than Dale Earnhardt Is a Pure Insult

    Jimmie Johnson won his 47th career nascar victory Sunday at Phoenix.  He is on his way to a history breaking 4th championship in a row.  Many people believe that this will make Jimmie Johnson the greatest driver of all time surpassing Dale Earnhardt...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 965 reads 34 comments

  13. Top 5 Picks For Checker O'Reilly 500

    5th Place:Martin Truex Jr.  Martin Truex Jr started his 2nd to last weekend as the driver of the 1 car at Earnhardt Ganassi racing with winning the pole for Sunday's Checker O'Reilly 500 at Phoenix...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 81 reads 0 comments

  14. Mark Martin Can Win It All

    Going into Texas Mark Martin was 184 points behind Jimmie Johnson looking like he was once again to be a bridesmaid for the 5th time in his career. But the unthinkable happened...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 91 reads 3 comments

  15. Why Praise Jimmie When It Is Chad

    Jimmie Johnson currently leads the points standings by 184 points over Mark Martin with 3 races to go going to tracks where his lowest average finish is a 13...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 124 reads 3 comments

  16. Fans Should Look Forward To 2010

    With 3 races to go 3 time defending champion Jimmie Johnson the 48 team with Chad Knaus at the helm has a commanding 181 point lead.  Unless they blow up and finish 43rd in the next 2 races they have locked up their 4th championship in a row...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 109 reads 2 comments

  17. Jamie McMurray Is a Winner Again

    Jamie McMurray has had a hard season.  Before Talladega he had 0 top fives, 4 top tens, and only 1 lap led. After Talladega he led 32 laps on his way to his first top 5 of the season which happened to be his 3rd career victory...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 78 reads 0 comments

  18. NASCAR Going down Slipperly Slope For The Worst

    After the pepsi 500 at Auto Club Kasey Kahne was caught complaining about NASCAR and them throwing debris cautions all year long.  After another phantom debris caution at Martinsville Denny Hamlin said on his radio "NASCAR's giving him another chance...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 285 reads 2 comments

  19. It's A Wrap Or Is It?

    At Martinsville Jimmie Johnson and the Lowes 48 started 15th, led 164 laps, and finished 2nd and putting a 118 point advantage over Mark Martin, a 150 point advantage over Jeff Gordon, a 192 ...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about over 4 years ago 104 reads 8 comments

  20. Stewart Still Believes He Can Be The 2009 Champion

    Tony Stewart in his 1st year operating Stewart Haas has had a great season.  4 wins, 10 top 3s a series tied 15 top fives, 21 top tens, a series leading average finish of 9th and is 4th in points...

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  21. Silly Season In It's Late Stages

    Silly season has been one of intrest this year.  Usually it is more rides than drivers now it is more drivers.  Let's take a look at 5 drivers and where they might just end up in 2010...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about almost 5 years ago 308 reads 0 comments

  22. Could Jamie McMurray Perhaps Go to Richard Childress Racing?

    With going to Earnhardt Ganassi racing not panning out thus far there are few options for Jamie McMurray entering the 2010 season. Well few great options...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about almost 5 years ago 166 reads 4 comments

  23. Chase Has Perhaps Ruined NASCAR

    Jimmie Johnson ran a 28.08 to win the pole for the Bank of America 500.  He didn't lead the first lap but managed to lead 92 laps grabbing his 6th win of the season, 46th win of his career ...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about almost 5 years ago 511 reads 2 comments

  24. Jamie McMurray Will Not Drive The 1 Car In 2010

    Earnhardt Ganassi Racing is close to naming a driver for the #1 car next season and it apparently won't be Jamie McMurray, as has been widely speculated...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about almost 5 years ago 351 reads 2 comments

  25. For Jamie McMurray Finishing Strong With Roush Is Important

    Jamie McMurray came into the season expecting to have the best season of his career and perhaps continue his tenure at Roush Fenway racing.  But he instead is experiencing the exact opposite with 2009 being the worst season of his career...

    Misan Akuya Written by Misan Akuya about almost 5 years ago 82 reads 2 comments