1. Martinsville is Anyone's Race Due to Rain

    Sunday should be an interesting race. The field is set by points instead of speed because of rain, so some of the faster cars will have to beat and bang their way to the front. If there is one thing you can be certain about this week it is uncertainty...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 48 reads 0 comments

  2. Jeff Gordon On Pole, Sterling Marlin Misses Race Due To Rain

    When you're on you're on, Jeff Gordon proved it Friday by landing on the pole due to mother nature. Gordon was extremely fast in practice, so he may have nabbed the pole regardless, but his luck is looking great to this point in the season...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 70 reads 4 comments

  3. Kyle Busch Is the Next Jaws, Not Intimidator

    When I hear that Kyle Busch is being compared to the late Dale Earnhardt, I can't help but think of how far off everyone is. Sure Mr...

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  4. What's Wrong With Dale Jr.? The Answer Is In The Early 1980's

    The media, the fans, and the NASCAR outsiders all have one thing that they have asked in common through five races in 2009...what's wrong with Dale Jr.? Well, let's see, where do we start? Hmm, I know Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 704 reads 18 comments

  5. Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing to Field Three Full Time Teams in '09, Four for Daytona

    It's official Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing will be fielding three full time teams for the 2009 Sprint Cup campaign. Juan Pablo Montoya will continue in the No. 42 car with Target coming over to sponsor him...

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  6. NASCAR's Plan for Survival in Poor Economy: Portable Toilets (humor)

    What is NASCAR's plan to make it through the tough economic times? Well according to a very reliable source, their plan is to sell sponsorship rights to everything...

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  7. Dallas-Utah: Mavericks, at Least For One Night, Have Proved Critics Wrong

    Saturday night against the Utah Jazz, the Mavericks gave something we haven't seen in quite some time, a team effort. Just when all were starting to doubt them, they give us all something to hope about...

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  8. Did Martin Truex Jr. Make All the Wrong Moves?

    Its seems like a long time ago, but in 2007 Martin Truex Jr. really began to come into his own, scoring his first career victory at Dover, launching him to his first appearance in the Chase...

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  9. Dallas Mavericks Report Card

    Ok now that the NBA season is just about halfway over I thought I would grade out each player from this years Dallas Mavericks, then give the team an overall grade for the season thus far...

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  10. What Started As a Publicity Stunt Now a Reality (Humor)

    Kevin James, actor in the new movie "Paul Blart, Mall Cop" had a publicity day at Texas Motor Speedway yesterday where he raced NASCAR race cars with his Segway Scooter from the movie...

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  11. Mike Skinner Searching Feverishly For Ride

    Mike Skinner the 1995 Camping World Truck Series Champion lost his ride around New Years when Bill Davis sold his team. Skinner is still feverishly searching for a ride before the 2009 season starts...

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  12. Lifetime Supply Of Memphis Ribs for Dale Jr.?

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. hasn't competed in a Nationwide race at Memphis since his runner-up finish to Jeff Green in 1999, but that may be getting ready to change. Apparently, Dale Earnhardt Jr...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 595 reads 2 comments

  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: The Daytona 500 Race Date Has Significance

    There are some statistics in sports that you cannot ignore. One of these statistics have helped me with my 2009 Daytona 500 prediction. The last two times the Daytona 500 has been run on Feb...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 287 reads 2 comments

  14. Chad McCumbee the Real Victim of Petty's Merger

    Chad McCumbee, who played Dale Earnhardt, Jr. in ESPN's TV movie 3, is the man nobody has mentioned through the Petty Enterprises merger. McCumbee had a fast rise to stardom. From 1995-2000, he won more than 100 races in the WKA dirt series...

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  15. NASCAR Pre-Race Festivities, An Inside Look

    It's a place that not many people ever get a chance to be, and that fact is a shame. So to better paint a picture of pre-race festivities I will relive a story from 2005. In 2005 I worked for MBNA Bank, I was a telemarketer (not fun)...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 78 reads 2 comments

  16. ARCA Loses Series Title Sponsor RE/MAX For 2010

    ARCA, going into 2010, has no title sponsor for its series. For those of you who don't know what ARCA is, It's the Automobile Racing Club of America, and this is more important than you know...

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  17. Scott Speed to Share No. 99 in the Nationwide Series

    We all know that Scott Speed has taken over A.J. Allmendinger's Red Bull Sprint Cup ride for 2009, but no news on who Speed would drive for in the Nationwide Series...Until today. It was announced that Scott Speed will be sharing the No...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 94 reads 4 comments

  18. More of the Same For Matt Kenseth In '09 With Yet Another Crew Chief

    2008 was a year to forget for Matt Kenseth. The 2003 Cup Champion started '08 very sluggish, but stormed back to make the chase when he and new crew chief Chip Boland started to gel...

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  19. Hall Of Fame Bound? Bobby Labonte to the Number 96 in 2009

    It is official. Even with many sources saying he was heading to Gannassi-Earnhardt's No. 8 car, Bobby Labonte has struck a deal with Hall of Fame Racing to drive their No. 96 car through the 2009 season...

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  20. NASCAR Survival: Go Back To What Works

    It is becoming obvious that the sport we love, NASCAR, is starting to suffer. Stands are less packed, cars are increasingly unsponsored, and viewers are becoming less and less interested...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about over 5 years ago 64 reads 2 comments

  21. NASCAR: Nationwide Engine Rule Change Possibly Upcoming

    The last time NASCAR analyzed the engines of NASCAR Nationwide Series teams was back at Milwaukee, a race which was won by Carl Edwards' Ford. Milwaukee was one of the six races that have not been won by a Toyota thus far this season...

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  22. NASCAR: J.J. Yeley Will Face No Further Penalties After Chicago

    There were reports that the No. 96 team, with driver J.J. Yeley at the wheel, had hidden lead in their driver drinking water system in the car, then before the race replaced it with the real drinking system, in an effort to lighten up the race car...

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  23. NASCAR: Penalty Probably Forthcoming for Juan Pablo Montoya

    Juan Pablo Montoya currently, after the Lennox 301, sits tied for 20th in the point standings with Bobby Labonte, but may not be there for long following an on-track incident with Kyle Busch...

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  24. NASCAR: Lennox 301 The Race That Went The Extra Mile Came Up Short Due To Rain

    The Lennox 301, which was advertised as the race that went the extra mile, ended up ironically getting called 15 miles early due to rain...

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  25. Kyle Busch Is Off To a Good Start But Is It Best Ever?

    Kyle Busch just continues to dominate the Sprint Cup series this season, notching his fifth victory in just 16 races thus far...

    Toby Christie Written by Toby Christie about 6 years ago 149 reads 2 comments