1. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson Never Races Alone

    For nine seasons now, fans and drivers alike have witnessed the metallic blue blur that has been Jimmie Johnson dominating the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about almost 4 years ago 1,404 reads 2 comments

  2. Why Kyle Busch Is One of the Least Classy Drivers in NASCAR

    For the opposite of classlessness, Click Here Oh Kyle Busch, is there anything you won't do?Friday night, the younger Busch took his antics to a new level during his victory celebration in the Nationwide Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 1,085 reads 25 comments

  3. Why Brad Keselowski Is One of the Classiest Drivers in NASCAR

    For the opposite of class, Click Here Brad Keselowski doesn't get any respect.According to fans, he is a "dirty driver," "lacks respect for his competitors," and "always has it coming for him...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 1,080 reads 66 comments

  4. Rick Hendrick's Inn: How Big Is It?

    Does anyone remember when Rick Hendrick, when questioned about possibly adding Dale Earnhardt Jr. to his team in 2008, replied that, "There's no more room at the inn?" Yet a few short ...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 438 reads 2 comments

  5. Buschwhackin' Side Effect: The End of the NASCAR Youth Movement

    The birth of the Chase signified the beginning of a new NASCAR in 2004. Along with the Chase came the promise of schedule realignment, parity among car makes and a youth movement...

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  6. Is Kevin Conway Worthy of a Rookie of The Year Award?

    Is Kevin Conway deserving as the future Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year?Being a Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year Award winner can be one of the crowning achievements for any driver...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 455 reads 4 comments

  7. In NASCAR, No. 1 Does Not Always Equal the Best

    When Steve Park drove his Pennzoil Chevrolet to victory at Watkins Glen, it was a historic event not only because it was the first win for Park,I but because it was the first win for car number one in over 20 years...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 404 reads 1 comments

  8. Kyle Busch and Kasey Kahne, NASCAR's Most Over-Hyped Drivers

    Boy, this article is going to catch one heap of flak from you readers, but I ask that you at least hear me out before you make a judgment. Hype is an undesired side effect of sports...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about 4 years ago 1,066 reads 27 comments

  9. NASCAR Continues its Schizophrenic Tendencies

    You're damned if you do and damned if you don't. That was the message delivered by NASCAR today in announcing the penalties for Saturday night's St. Louie Brawl at Gateway International Speedway...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 190 reads 3 comments

  10. NASCAR's 'Have At It Boys' Hits a Spectacular New Low

    In January, NASCAR CEO Brian France announced the new mantra to help reinvigorate the personalities of NASCAR drivers by telling them to 'have at it...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 3,459 reads 39 comments

  11. The Evolution Of NASCAR From Sport To Game

    Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games...

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  12. NASCAR Cup Series' Greatest 'What If' Drivers of All-Time

    For various reasons, many drivers are never able to reach their full potential in the now Sprint Cup Series...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 1,424 reads 6 comments

  13. Brad Keselowski: Nationwide's Quiet Dominator

    Often when a driver dominates a series, fans complain en masse about the fact. Yet a particular driver has been dominating the NASCAR Nationwide Series for over the last year with little fanfare...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 168 reads 2 comments

  14. Danica Patrick Needs an Attitude Adjustment

    On April 26, 1981, Morgan Shepherd earned his first Winston Cup victory at Martinsville Speedway. On March 25, 1982 Danica Patrick was born. Shepherd has 842 starts across NASCAR's three top series...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 1,090 reads 14 comments

  15. Small Mistake Costs Marcos Ambrose a Sprint Cup Victory

    Many people say that one should live their life with no regrets. While as pleasant as that may sound, every person has at least one or two major regrets from some point in their life...

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  16. The Diverging Path of NASCAR

    Once upon a time, in a land christened the Deep South, a sport was born out of grit and sheer lunacy by some of the more colorful characters the sporting world has ever seen. It was a sport very much unlike the popular stick and ball sports of the day...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 136 reads 1 comments

  17. NASCAR: Kasey Kahne Redefines Lame Duck Driver

    A few years ago the term "lame duck driver" began crossing various media outlets as a term to describe a driver that is leaving his current team for a new one the next season...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 385 reads 2 comments

  18. NASCAR CEO Brian France Announces First Major Change for the 2011 Season (Humor)

    Earlier today NASCAR CEO and chairman Brian France announced the first of what he deemed to be many changes for the Sprint Cup Series in 2011...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 1,283 reads 9 comments

  19. The Paul Menard Empire Flexes Its Muscles

    On a cold day on the first of March of the year 2010, an Empire was born that has slowly begun to change the NASCAR world. It is not related to the Hendrick Empire. Or the Roush Empire...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 461 reads 2 comments

  20. NASCAR Repositioning Itself As Entertainment Rather Than Sport

    Heading over to NASCAR.com at this moment, one will see a banner advertising its RaceView product for this weekend. This is not an atypical event except when one notices how this ad has been tailored...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 733 reads 3 comments

  21. A Historic Day in NASCAR, For All The Wrong Reasons

    Jot down March 9th, 2010 in the annals of NASCAR history. Years from now we will look back upon this date with vivid feeling, for March 9th, 2010 was the day NASCAR decided that you can wreck ...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 253 reads 9 comments

  22. Carl Edwards Pushes NASCAR's Public Persona

    Who wouldn't want to be a fly on the wall during the first meeting with NASCAR brass on Monday morning? Carl Edwards decision to take NASCAR's "Back to Basics" campaign to a new level ...

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  23. NASCAR's Female Drivers Finally Have an Opening

    In 2001, long before the emergence of Danica-mania, the sport was in a similar frenzy as the first female driver since 1989 had qualified for a Cup event...

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  24. The 2010 Daytona 500 By The Numbers

    Often the finishing order of a race does not reflect the true nature of the race. Each week, I shall present various facts about the weeks race based upon statistics to help shed light on the intricacies of each race...

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  25. The 21st Century Olympic Sport: Auto Racing

    Every two years the world is graced with the sporting competition known as the Olympics. Born during the Greek Empire, it has come to represent the pinnacle of athletic achievement...

    Jory Fleischauer Written by Jory Fleischauer about over 4 years ago 970 reads 2 comments