1. NASCAR: 5 Reasons Danica Patrick Should Get a Pass for 2012

    "Oh, great," the Danica Patrick haters are likely grumbling right now. "Another article where some clueless hack makes up a load of crap to defend NASCAR's new star property...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about 2 years ago 2,964 reads 68 comments

  2. Points Leader Biffle Hoping to Set Up for Strong Chase Run

    With only three races left before this year's Chase for the Sprint Cup, points leader Greg Biffle is hoping that the momentum from last weekend's victory at Michigan will lead to ...

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  3. Greg Biffle, Bondo Bring Momentum into Sprint Cup Race at Bristol

    For the first time since June, Greg Biffle takes the Sprint Cup points lead into this weekend's race at Bristol Motor Speedway, after taking his second victory of the season at Michigan last week...

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  4. 5 Reasons Jimmie Johnson Should Still Be the Sprint Cup Favorite

    Seeing your car's engine blow up while leading with five laps to go in a crucial race isn't exactly an encouraging moment in the course of a potential championship season...

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  5. 5 Remaining NASCAR Sprint Cup Tracks Where Anything Can Happen

    Nobody saw Jimmie Johnson's engine failure coming with six laps to go in Sunday's Pure Michigan 400 at Michigan International Speedway...

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  6. NASCAR's Best Mic'd Up Moments

    As we approach the Chase for the Sprint Cup, some of the most tense weekends of the NASCAR season, it's a safe bet that tempers will run high in some of the sport's top camps...

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  7. NASCAR: Top 20 Wrecks of 2012 so Far

    This one's not going to go over so well, I'm sure. First of all, compiling a list of 20 wrecks from this NASCAR season takes contributions from all three of the sanctioning body's national series...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about 2 years ago 25,165 reads 9 comments

  8. NASCAR: Does Dale Earnhardt Jr. Have What It Takes to Win the Chase?

    It's an exciting thought: NASCAR's most popular driver for the past nine years, the son of one of its greatest all-time drivers, has a serious chance at winning his first championship at the Sprint Cup level...

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  9. Brad Keselowski: 5 Reasons He's NASCAR's Next Big Thing

    It's been over 20 years since Roger Penske and the Miller Brewing Company began their famous alliance in NASCAR competition, campaigning the famous No. 2 car starting in 1991...

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  10. Jeff Gordon: Is He a Chase Contender After Winning at Pocono?

    It took 21 races, a lucky break and a well-timed thunderstorm, but Jeff Gordon finally has his first win of the Sprint Cup season after taking the Pennsylvania 400 in Pocono last Sunday...

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  11. Kurt Busch and 6 NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Who Need a New Team

    As in any sport, team chemistry is a very important part of a successful season in NASCAR. Even a Chase-caliber team won't go anywhere if the wrong driver is behind the wheel, as Penske Racing and A...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about 2 years ago 3,487 reads 5 comments

  12. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Where Do A.J. Allmendinger, Penske Racing Go from Here?

    What a long, strange trip the 2012 NASCAR season has been for A.J. Allmendinger . That saga finally came to an end on Wednesday, when Penske Racing finally released Allmendinger nearly a month after a failed drug test removed him from his No...

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  13. NASCAR: Does Indianapolis' 'Super Weekend' Make the Speedway Less Super?

    2012 marked the first "Super Weekend" in Indianapolis Motor Speedway history, as the track added Nationwide Series and Rolex Sports Car Series events prior to the Sprint Cup Series' prestigious Brickyard 400...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about 2 years ago 549 reads 3 comments

  14. A.J. Allmendinger: What Does His NASCAR Suspension Mean for His Career?

    For the first time in his stock car career, A.J. Allmendinger had a top-tier ride coming into the 2012 season...

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  15. NASCAR's Hall of Shame

    Over the years, NASCAR has cultivated an image of good ol' boys, clean-cut Southern gentlemen, and in the modern era, the occasional hip California customer...

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  16. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Biggest Overachievers at Unofficial Halfway Point of Season

    NASCAR is just like any other major professional sport in the fact that preseason expectations for the majority of its teams are usually way off the mark...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about over 2 years ago 4,170 reads 6 comments

  17. NASCAR: Kasey Kahne Wins at New Hampshire After Denny Hamlin's Pit Road Miscue

    Kasey Kahne may have lost the pole in today's Lenox Industrial Tools 301 to Kyle Busch by three thousandths of a second, but he made sure to be in the top spot when it really mattered...

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  18. NASCAR Live Blog: Lenox 301 at New Hampshire

    The drivers have been introduced, the national anthem has been sung, and the second half of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series begins momentarily here at New Hampshire Motor Speedway with the Lenox Industrial Tools 301...

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  19. NASCAR: Kyle Busch Beats Kahne and Hamlin for Pole at New Hampshire

    The last car to go out in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying is always supposed to be the fastest one in the field...

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  20. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Buying or Selling His NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase Chances?

    One of the biggest stories of this Sprint Cup season has been the revitalization of Dale Earnhardt Jr. 's career. After four years of winless competition, Earnhardt Jr...

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  21. NASCAR: Chaotic Daytona Finish Proves Smith's Mandatory Caution Idea Reckless

    "Call it what you want, but you've got to have caution flags," Speedway Motorsports Inc. president Bruton Smith told the media before last weekend's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Kentucky Speedway...

    Christopher Leone Written by Christopher Leone about over 2 years ago 568 reads 4 comments

  22. 25 All-Time Greats Who Would Struggle in NASCAR Today

    Motorsport is one of the most evolutionary forms of sports on the planet, often changing from one standard to another, unrecognizable one in a matter of years...

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  23. NASCAR: Top 10 Races with the Best Fan Experience

    With 38 race weekends (counting the two non-points events, that is) to choose from, most fans of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series can find an event that fits both their schedule and geographic requirements...

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  24. Jeff Gordon: Why He's Struggling so Much This NASCAR Sprint Cup Season

    Jeff Gordon 's sixth-place finish at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday represented a pedestrian run for the four-time NASCAR champion; after all, he's scored five wins at the track and has only finished outside the top 10 twice since 1995...

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  25. NASCAR: 10 Best Sprint Cup Drivers from Northern States

    We all know that NASCAR was originally a southern-based sport, and to this day fights that stigma to some extent...

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