1. Reed Sorenson Is Going to Gillett Evernham—But What Car Will He Drive?

    Just a couple of weeks ago, Reed Sorenson told the media that he and team owner Chip Ganassi were working on a contract extension. Ah, how things change in such a short amount of time...

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  2. Is Reed Sorenson Headed to Gillett-Evernham Motorsports?

    Reed Sorenson may not be talking about his plans for 2009, but that's okay—plenty of other people are doing it for him...

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  3. NASCAR: Penalties Handed Down to Joe Gibbs Racing

    After the Nationwide Series race at Michigan, NASCAR inspectors found magnets under the pedals of two Joe Gibbs Racing entries- the #20 driven by Tony Stewart and the #18 driven by Joey Logano...

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  4. Where Will Dan Wheldon Be in 2009?

    Chip Ganassi seemed very interested in former free agent Tony Kanaan, and he certainly wasn't looking to replace championship leader Scott Dixon...

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  5. What NASCAR Should Do Before Allowing Rain Racing In Cup

    History, as you very well know, was made this past weekend in Montreal at The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve when NASCAR raced in the rain for the first time in a points sanctioned event...

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  6. Martin Truex, Jr.'s Future Still Uncertain after Reports He'll Stay at DEI

    We all know now that Martin Truex, Jr. won't be driving a third car for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2009. And that's really all we do know about his future...

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  7. NASCAR: Tony Stewart To Make Number, Sponsor Announcement On Friday

    Tony Stewart is about to make another big announcement. After his announcement on July 10th that he'd be leaving Joe Gibbs Racing for part ownership in Stewart Haas Racing, many questions on sponsorship and car number arose...

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  8. Reed Sorenson on Contract Status: "We're Working on It"

    Reed Sorenson hasn't had the best season in 2008. After finishing fifth in the Daytona 500, he has had only one other top five and two top 10s. Thirty-second in points, CGR even took their young driver out of the seat in Infineon to gain points...

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  9. BREAKING NEWS: JTG Daugherty Racing Going to Cup in 2009 with Ambrose

    ESPN just announced that it's analyst Brad Daugherty has officially bought into JTG Racing. Bigger news? The team has selected driver Marcos Ambrose to drive the team's Cup car in 2009...

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  10. Ryan Newman: NASCAR Silly Season's New Domino

    Yesterday, Ryan Newman and owner Roger Penske ended their nine-year partnership. Yet another domino in, by far, the craziest Silly Season in NASCAR history. Newman announced earlier this year he would be leaving the No...

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  11. Joey Logano: A Look At NASCAR's Next Big Thing

    Joey Logano is the future of Gibbs Racing. Is there any question about that? The eighteen year old from Middletown, CT was called not only the future of NASCAR, but the best driver the sport would have to offer...

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  12. Tony Stewart Will Leave Joe Gibbs Racing for Team Ownership

    According to ESPN and Jayski, the deal is done. Tony Stewart has in fact been released from his contract at Joe Gibbs Racing, where he has driven for the past 10 years, to become an owner driver with the Stewart Haas race team...

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  13. Teresa Earnhardt Looking to Sell Dale Earnhardt, Inc.

    Last year Dale Earnhardt, Jr. left his father's team when he and his sister Kelly did not get majority interest in the team the late Dale Earnhardt had built to leave to his children...

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  14. Tony Stewart, Ryan Newman, and More: What's Next for NASCAR in 2009?

    If you're like me, this year's NASCAR Silly Season is confusing the heck out of you. If you're not like me, you probably don't have a color coded chart sitting next to you...

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  15. Tony Stewart Runs into Bad Luck Once Again

    Tony Stewart says his team has never had such a string of bad luck in his career. Daytona didn't turn things around. Smoke succumbed to flu-like symptoms during the Coca Cola Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday night...

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  16. Kyle Busch Grabs Victory in Coca-Cola Zero 400

    Kyle Busch did it again. Questions arose after a caution came out on the green-white-checkered attempt involving J.J. Yeley, Michael Waltrip, Reed Sorenson, Dave Blaney, and others to bring out the caution...

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  17. Tony Stewart Saga, NASCAR Silly Season Get More Complicated

    The Tony Stewart saga isn't getting any less complicated, despite reports that he now has a sponsor in Office Depot when he leaves Joe Gibbs Racing for part ownership in Haas CNC...

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  18. BREAKING NEWS: Office Depot To Tony Stewart In 2009

    Jayski is confirming that Office Depot will in fact sponsor Tony Stewart in 2009 when he drives for Haas CNC. The announcement is expected to come sometime during the weekend of the Brickyard 400, which is in Stewart's home state...

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  19. Dario Franchitti's Team Closes Due To Struggles, Lack of Sponsorship

    Dario Franchitti is no longer the driver of the No. 40 Dodge for Chip Ganassi Racing. In fact, reports are saying that team doesn't even exist anymore...

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  20. Dale Earnhardt, Inc. Will Make Aric Almirola and Sponsorship Announcements

    Sources close to the situation are reporting that Dale Earnhardt, Inc. will make an announcement regarding their driver and sponsorships for the 2009 season. It's expected the team will announce that Aric Almirola will take over the No...

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  21. Reed Sorenson Grabs Top 10, Aiming for New Contract After Magic Weekend

    This weekend turned out to be truly magical for Reed Sorenson. After all, three Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates Dodges were fast off the truck when they arrived at New Hampshire Motor Speedway...

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  22. Chip Ganassi Racing Looks to Stop Bleeding at NHMS

    Twenty-two-year-old Reed Sorenson qualified sixth for Sunday's LENOX Industrial Tools 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, after a nerve racking rain delay that could have sent him back to thirty fifth...

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  23. Tony Stewart's Hunt for Sponsors Heats Up Silly Season

    Enjoy the so-far winless season, Tony Stewart fans, because it looks like Stewart is leaving Gibbs. "He's talking to every major sponsor that is available out there for this Haas deal," a source close to the situation said...

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  24. The Tragedy of The Wolverine: One Year Later

    It was June 25, 2007. Vince McMahon stood in the middle of the ring, thousands of empty seats surrounding him in the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. It was an ominous feeling...

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  25. Casey Mears Rumored to Be Out, Mark Martin Is In, and Alltel Will Return

    Marty Smith called into NASCAR Now today and gave updates to some of the biggest stories of this past weekend in Sonoma...

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