1. Champ or Chaser: The Chase for the Sprint Cup (Dover)

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  2. Sebastian Vettel, Toro Rosso Win One for the Underdogs

    Go figure that Formula One’s most famous tracks on the current calendar (Spa and Monza) would deliver two of the most exciting and surprising races in recent memory. We all know happened at Spa last week...

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  3. Champ Or Chaser: The Chase For The Sprint Cup (New Hampshire)

    The Chase has started, twelve drivers will go for a championship; one will win, the other eleven will be left saying “Well, we tried...

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  4. Open Mic: Formula 1 Road Rules

    There are couple of different sayings attached to rules, and they often reflect how you, the individual, live your life by them. There’s “Rules were made to be broken” for the fearless rebels...

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  5. Lewis Hamilton, Kimi Raikkonen, Spa Help Make Magic—Stewards Attach Asterisk

    Just when you think Formula One has gotten dull and/or monotonous, Spa has to go and throw a wrench into the mix. One of the oldest circuits still has some tricks to play on drivers when they think the race is theirs for the taking...

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  6. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Richmond)

    Here we are! After 25 races, the magical night has come. At around midnight on Saturday, we will know who the 12 Chasers will be. As it stands right now, the top 10 are (relatively) safe...

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  7. Darlington Tradition Should Be Rekindled

    (note: photo courtesy of ESPN) As with any sport, growth can coincide with a slight abandonment of tradition. It doesn’t mean that the sport is forgetting its roots or alienating its traditional fans...

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  8. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (California)

    Nothing like the Bristol night race to add some spice to the NASCAR season. Even in its new, supposedly “inferior” form, the track still has a habit of bringing out that special side of drivers that only appears when one gets mad at another..

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  9. Red With Envy: Ferrari Reliability Could Hurt Title Chances

    “In order to finish first, you must first finish.” It is a saying that permeates through any form of auto racing and means that no race can be won if you don’t at least finish...

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  10. Is Kyle Busch Vs. Carl Edwards NASCAR's Newest Rivalry?

    Ask any fan of sport. Rivals add a dimension that makes an event more than a “game.” Where would baseball be without Yankees vs. Red Sox? Where would basketball be without Lakers vs...

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  11. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Bristol)

    Three races remain. Nine drivers will head into NASCAR’s version of the old Roman Coliseum (Bristol Motor Speedway) with a realistic shot at qualifying for this year’s chase...

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  12. "Blunder" Boy: Jeff Gordon's Season a Disapointment, But Not For Poor Runs

    Jeff Gordon entered the 2008 season as one of the favorites to win the Sprint Cup championship. His 2007 season marked his best since his record-breaking 1998 campaign, as he won six races and posted a record 30 top-tens...

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  13. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Michigan)

    The Watkins Glen was the final wildcard in the mix in NASCAR’s Race to the Chase. For the drivers on the Chase bubble, this race represented an opportunity to both gain and ...

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  14. Kyle Busch—The "Rowdy" King of the Road Race

    The NASCAR road courses always bring into discussion just who the best road racer in NASCAR is. Immediately, the first two names to roll off of the tongue are Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart (with a combined 15 wins on the tracks that go right and left)...

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  15. Formula One Independent Thinking: Can Williams Return To Glory?

    Through preseason testing, it appeared that Williams F1, one of the only remaining independent teams the sport has (the other being Force India F1), would be on the rebound this season and be in the running for consistent podiums...

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  16. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Watkins Glen)

    A little bit of rain and some alternate fuel strategy always has a habit of jumbling up the finishing order, giving us names toward the front that aren’t normally there...

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  17. Open Mic: The All-Time Formula One Dream Team

    The Olympic spirit has us all pondering the idea of a dream team. By definition, such a group consists of the cream of the crop, best of the best, a who’s who...you get the idea...

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  18. Heikki Kovalainen: One Team's Junk Is Another Team's Treasure

    Amid the drama of this year’s title chase are a handful of feel-good stories on the grid. One that garners the most attention is the rise of Robert Kubica and BMW Sauber...

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  19. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Pocono)

    The Brickyard 400 has a habit of making drivers and teams ignore the points for at least one race, so they can possibly have the honor of winning at the heralded track...

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  20. "Splitting" Headache: Formula One Close To Seeing a Breakaway Series?

    The advent of the Formula One Teams Association (or FOTA) has brought in speculation of the future of Grand Prix Racing...

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  21. Is Hendrick Motorsports Back? Or Was It Ever Gone?

    Sunday’s race marked the first time this year the Hendrick organization has had the dominant cars in the race. Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon, and Dale Earnhardt Jr...

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  22. Chaser Or Racer: NASCAR's Race To The Chase (Indianapolis))

    For the 14th straight year., NASCAR’s top division heads to the much hallowed Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the annual Brickyard 400 (okay, I know its technically ...

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  23. Lewis Hamilton's Hockenheim Win May Have Decided Formula One Championship

    In every season, there is a race in which you can literally see momentum shifting and the championship turning in favor of one driver, as his opponents helplessly look on knowing there is nothing that can be done about it...

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  24. Which Formula One Leader Will Win the Championship?

    For all intents and purposes, the 2008 Formula One season may as well be starting now. The first 10 races have left us with three drivers (Felipe Massa, Lewis Hamilton, and Kimi Raikkonen) ...

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  25. Is Kyle Busch's Season a "Royal" Butt Kicking?

    It was in 1975 that The King, Richard Petty, set the modern era record for wins in a season at 13. It wasn’t until 1998 that his record was even matched, as Jeff Gordon won 13 races that year...

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