1. The Cool Down Lap – Kyle Busch Denies Gordon The Win At Richmond

    Kyle Busch led the field to green and then led the field for almost half the race. He was putting cars down at such a quick pace that by lap 156, there were only nine cars on the lead lap with 21 cars one lap down...

    Angie Campbell Written by Angie Campbell about over 4 years ago 70 reads 2 comments

  2. Talladega Delivers with Record-Breaking Fight to the Finish

    Best race ever! That may be a slight exaggeration, but Talladega Superspeedway gave NASCAR fans a race to remember, from beginning to end. Dale Earnhardt Jr had Junior Nation on its feet for a while but couldn’t get it done at the end...

    Angie Campbell Written by Angie Campbell about over 4 years ago 185 reads 2 comments

  3. The Cool Down Lap: Texas Edition

    The Samsung Mobile 500 finally got underway on Monday and pole sitter Tony Stewart led the field to green. Stewart was strong all day but the competition was intense...

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  4. The Cool Down Lap: Phoenix Edition

    The Subway Fresh Fit 600 at Phoenix International Raceway was a little different this year. It began a little earlier and 63 laps were added to the race...

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  5. Denny Hamlin Pulls out a Win in the Last Lap in Martinsville

    I always look forward to short track racing and the disappointment of Sunday’s rain delay at Martinsville Speedway only heightened my anticipation. Monday we finally got the race underway and my patience was finally rewarded...

    Angie Campbell Written by Angie Campbell about over 4 years ago 203 reads 11 comments

  6. Payback at Atlanta Motor Speedway: "Have at it boys,” Gone Wrong

    At the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Media Tour earlier this year, Vice President of Competition, Robin Pemberton, indicated they would give drivers more leeway on the racetrack. “We will say boys, have at it and have a good time...

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  7. "Suitcase Jake" Elder: Remembering a Legendary NASCAR Crew Chief

    J.C. "Jake" Elder, a former crew chief in the Cup Series, died Wednesday in Statesville, North Carolina at the age of 73. He was known as "Suitcase Jake" because he could never settle down with one organization for very long...

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  8. Jamie McMurray: Emotional Win Overshadows Daytona 500 Delays

    The Daytona 500 is the NASCAR season opener and is thought by most to be the ultimate prize. Today’s race got off to a roaring start with Mark Martin and Dale Earnhardt Jr. leading the cars to take the green flag...

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  9. Joey Logano Captures Win, but Sergio Pena Steals Spotlight

    Sergio Pena, driving for Revolution Racing and the Drive for Diversity program, made the most of his first start at Toyota Speedway in Irwindale, California this weekend...

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  10. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Do You See What I See?

    Dale Earnhardt, Jr. will begin the 2010 season under the glare of a spotlight. His fan base is known for its almost fanatical loyalty but his detractors are just as vocal...

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  11. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: The Next Country Music Sensation

    Everyone is giving their NASCAR predictions for 2010 so I thought I’d try something different.  I’ve always believed in the merits of having a five-year plan so the following is a list of my predictions for 2011-2015...

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  12. JR Motorsports Introduces Danica Patrick To Media

    A re-vamped JR Motorsports held a press conference today to showcase their Nationwide team. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was joined by co-owners Kelley Earnhardt and Tony Eury Jr. Driver of the No. 7, Danica Patrick, driver of the No...

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  13. NASCAR Sprint Cup 2009: A Look in the Rearview Mirror

    Now that the 2009 season is over, NASCAR fans are left with a sense of emptiness as they eagerly anticipate 2010 season. But before we put this season to rest, let’s take a look back at the highlights, disappointments, and surprises of 2009...

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  14. Has Jimmie Johnson Already Won? Sprint Cup Contenders Weigh In

    Sports writers across the country have already awarded the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship to Jimmie Johnson.  His near-perfect season and his dominance at these last five tracks definitely make him the man to beat...

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  15. Junior Johnson: The Complete Package

    On Wednesday, Junior Johnson was one of the first five inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, joining Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt, Bill France Sr., and Bill France Jr...

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  16. Trevor Bayne: One of NASCAR's Rising Stars

    When I first learned that Trevor Bayne had agreed to an interview, I began doing all the research. I gathered all his stats, read anything ever written about him and was satisfied that I knew all there was to know...

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