1. Kurt Busch Asks for Fans Help to Name Victory Celebration

    "He doesn't understand what the Polish victory lap is all about," FOX commentator Darrell Waltrip said of last weekend's race winner, Kurt Busch. "Somebody needs to explain it to him...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 89 reads 1 comments

  2. From Evolution to Destiny: Randy Orton's Road to WrestleMania

    It's been a match nearly seven years in the making. From an evoling star to a ruthless Legend Killer to a man hearing voices, Randy Orton has traveled the long road to WrestleMania a time or two before...

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  3. Is NASCAR Really Behind The "Start and Park" Teams?

    NASCAR Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton has promised to go after alleged "start and park" teams in NASCAR's premier series...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 240 reads 7 comments

  4. Denver Broncos: Is Losing Jay Cutler Becoming More Real by the Day?

    Jay Cutler's foul mood toward new head coach Josh McDaniels has the Mile High City feeling pretty low. And from new reports, things aren't getting any better...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 559 reads 6 comments

  5. Will Pat Bowlen Sell the Denver Broncos? Is It Time?

    Twenty-five years ago, Pat Bowlen bought the Denver Broncos. It was a $78 million purchase for a team that was near bankruptcy. Bowlen wanted his team "to be number one in everything...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 1,385 reads 8 comments

  6. NASCAR Economics 101: Bleak News in Atlanta; An Update on GM

    There's not much good news in the economy these days. And for NASCAR, it's not getting any better. Depending on who you ask, the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway sold between 70,000 and 90,000 tickets...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 913 reads 18 comments

  7. The Many Feuds of Happy Harvick, Pt. 8: Feuds Often Come All in the Family

    My 100th article- hope you guys enjoy it! Welcome to 2006, ladies and gentleman. And not to spoiler your year, but this is the year that a young Jimmie Johnson will begin his three peat...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 537 reads 1 comments

  8. Kyle Busch: Is Rowdy Going To Own a NASCAR Team of His Own?

    If only we could bottle talent like this. But soon, drivers may get to drive in just as good equipment. While the 23-year-old superstar called "Rowdy" admits these talks are in their ...

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  9. NASCAR Economics 101: What Will Happen if General Motors Fails?

    And just when you think things may be getting better...they take a turn for the worse. General Motors and auditor Deloitte & Touche have recently come out doubting the viability of the former auto giant, that lost over $30...

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  10. NASCAR Economics 101: Shelby 427 Improves Lacking Vegas Economy

    While NASCAR fans all over the country are waiting for a bailout, they gave the economy of Las Vegas one this past weekend.Despite early worries, the Shelby 427 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway was a sellout thanks to fans coming out the morning of the event..

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 138 reads 6 comments

  11. NASCAR Stars Kasey Kahne, Reed Sorenson To Educate Teens

    A NASCAR driver can take some major hits. From Michael McDowell's scary incident at the Texas Motor Speedway last year, where he flipped multiple times and caught on fire, to Michael ...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 231 reads 6 comments

  12. Jay Cutler Says Broncos Will Have "Problems" If They Try To Trade Him

    There's trouble in the Mile High City. Apparently, Denver Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler doesn't have much faith in his new organization—an attitude now justified by rumors that the team ...

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  13. Are the Denver Broncos Trying To Trade Jay Cutler?

    You may not have heard—but Broncos quarterback Jay Cutler has. "I've heard the rumors," Cutler told CBS4 in Denver. "I know what they're trying to do. Even though I love Denver and I'd love to remain a Bronco, I know how this business works...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 1,346 reads 22 comments

  14. The Many Feuds of Happy Harvick, Pt. 7: Future Friends, Former Foes

    He helped Kevin Harvick win the 2007 Daytona 500. In turn, Harvick helped him win "The Great American Race" two years later...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 215 reads 9 comments

  15. Jimmie Johnson, Roger Penske Among Those To Testify for Helio Castroneves

    Former Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneves is facing 78 months in a federal prison, along with his sister and attorney Alan Miller, after Castroneves failed to pay over $5 million to the IRS...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 600 reads 2 comments

  16. Ryan Newman Hopes to Turn Things Around With New Team

    "Money doesn't do it," said car owner Rick Hendrick, after Tony Stewart won the Nationwide Series for him. "It's dedication and determination. He's going be one of the greatest owners in the sport because that's all he wants to do and thinks about...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 72 reads 4 comments

  17. Jeff Gordon Continues Success, but Can He Win in 2009?

    "It's called getting beat and not liking it." Too bad for four-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Jeff Gordon, because he's been getting beat for over a year now...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 123 reads 6 comments

  18. Could A.J. Allmendinger Leave NASCAR for USF1?

    Despite his third-place finish in NASCAR's Super Bowl, the Daytona 500, A.J. Allmendinger only has sponsorship for a handful more races, including this weekend's at the Auto Club Speedway...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 399 reads 16 comments

  19. Why I Still Have Hope For Sportsmanship In Sports

    This is such an amazing story, and I am sure someone has picked up on it. But with so much negativity in the world of sports today, I feel it is a story that deserves to be told again and again...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 182 reads 10 comments

  20. Reed Sorenson: NASCAR's Diamond In The Rough?

    Twenty-three-year-old, Reed Sorenson, hasn't had the successful Cup career he dreamed about growing up in Peachtree City, Georgia...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 204 reads 2 comments

  21. Kyle Petty "Crushed" By Petty, Gillett Evernham Merger

    Kyle Petty was ousted from his Petty Enterprises ride when the team merged with Gillett Evernham during the offseason. And if you think the 48-year-old is going to walk away peacefully—you're wrong...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 1,116 reads 15 comments

  22. Richard Petty Motorsports Impresses in Daytona Debut

    They didn't win the Daytona 500, even though with 54 laps to go, it looked like one of them would. But Richard Petty Motorsports drivers Elliot Sadler, A.J...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 151 reads 3 comments

  23. Tony Stewart, Goodyear, Tangle Again In Daytona

    Both Tony Stewart and teammate Ryan Newman will be going to back up cars for tomorrow's Daytona 500, and you better believe the owner ain't too happy about it. During final practice for the Great American Race, Newman said he felt a vibration in his No..

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  24. NASCAR Economics 101: FOX, Others Forced To Make Cutbacks

    You know the economy is bad when channels like ESPN and FOX Sports are being forced to back off their mighty high production costs. But that's exactly what they're doing...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 144 reads 7 comments

  25. NASCAR Economics 101: Putting Names, Stories To Unemployed Faces

    In America today, it costs more than $250,000 to raise a child. The average wedding, in 2005, was more than $30,000. College tuition for a public four-year university totals nearly $7,000...

    Jen Preston Written by Jen Preston about almost 6 years ago 184 reads 3 comments