1. 10 Current NASCAR Drivers Who Are Locks for the Hall of Fame

    The NASCAR Hall of Fame opened its doors in May, 2010 and officially enshrined its first class of five inductees the following year...

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  2. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Earns First Sprint Cup Pole, Seeks First Top-10 Finish

    When the stars of the Sprint Cup Series take the green flag to start Sunday's AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, an unfamiliar face will lead the way. Ricky Stenhouse Jr...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 10 months ago 2,111 reads 1 comments

  3. Choosing Tracks for NASCAR's Dream 10-Race Chase for the Cup

    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Chase for the Championship begins in less than two weeks. The playoffs open in Chicago and wrap up 10 weeks later in Miami...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 11 months ago 2,233 reads 12 comments

  4. Brad Keselowski Has 2 Races to Avoid Making Unwanted History

    With two races remaining in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular season there is one name noticeably absent from the list of drivers who would qualify for the Chase for the Championship if it began today...

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  5. Ranking the 10 Most Memorable Moments in NASCAR History

    The history of NASCAR has many memorable moments. Regardless of anyone's knowledge of the sport there are some times that everyone is familiar with. There are moments of joy and disappointment and moments of triumph and tragedy...

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  6. Matt Kenseth Still a Championship Threat Despite Recent Struggles

    Two months ago, any talk about who could win the 2013 Sprint Cup Series championship included the names Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson...

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  7. Is Kyle Larson Ready to Make the Jump to the Sprint Cup Series?

    With the recent news that Juan Pablo Montoya will be out of the No. 42 car for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing after the 2013 season, it is fair to wonder if EGR developmental ...

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  8. NASCAR Should Copy Golf and Designate 4 Races as Majors

    As the 2013 NASCAR season enters its final months, changes are already beginning to happen that will affect the 2014 season and beyond...

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  9. Ranking the Top 10 NASCAR Drivers of the 1990s

    The 1990s were a great decade for NASCAR . Interest in the sport began to rise as a young upstart driver, Jeff Gordon , became the newest rival for the wily old veteran, Dale Earnhardt...

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  10. Report: Kurt Busch Has Been Offered a Contract with Stewart-Haas Racing

    According to Kenny Bruce of NASCAR .com , Kurt Busch has formally been offered a contract to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014...

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  11. Breaking Down the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Kyle Busch

    Kyle Busch is one of the most recognizable individuals in NASCAR. He constantly finds himself in the spotlight...

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  12. Jimmie Johnson Wins Michigan Happy Hour, Crashes Primary Car

    Jimmie Johnson had an eventful Saturday at Michigan International Speedway. The day started off with promise. He posted the third-fastest speed in the first of two practice sessions...

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  13. The Funniest Insults NASCAR Drivers Have Ever Directed at Their Peers

    At one time or another we have all been in a situation where in the heat of the moment, we said something insulting about another person. Sometimes the things said are mean and hurtful, but sometimes, if done properly, they can actually be quite funny.

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  14. Brian Vickers to Drive Full-Time for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2014

    After months of speculation, it was announced on Tuesday that Brian Vickers would indeed become the full-time driver of the No. 55 car for Michael Waltrip Racing in 2014...

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  15. Ranking the 10 Best Nicknames in NASCAR History

    It seems that in today's racing world everyone has a nickname. Kevin Harvick is "Happy," and Tony Stewart also goes by the name of "Smoke...

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  16. Marcos Ambrose Wins Pole, Looks to Successfully Defend 2012 Watkins Glen Win

    Through the first 21 races of the 2013 Sprint Cup Series season, no driver has successfully defended a race win from 2012...

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  17. WWE Should Scrap Mark Henry's Face Turn Permanently

    I am not afraid to admit that I am a Mark Henry fan. No, he isn't the most technically proficient superstar to ever grace a WWE ring. And no, his skills on the microphone aren't in the same league as the likes of CM Punk or John Cena ...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 11 months ago 1,587 reads 4 comments

  18. Ranking the 10 Most Iconic Cars in NASCAR History

    Regardless of whether you are a lifelong NASCAR fan or someone who plans on viewing the first race of his or her life this weekend, there are certain drivers and cars that you are already at least somewhat familiar with...

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  19. 5 NASCAR Tracks That Separate Contenders from Pretenders

    Over the course of a Sprint Cup Series season races are held on 23 different tracks. While it takes a certain amount of skill to win at any of them, there are certain tracks that will separate the championship contenders from the rest of the field...

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  20. Tony Stewart Breaks Leg in Crash, Replacement Driver Yet to Be Named

    Three-time Sprint Cup Series champion Tony Stewart suffered a broken leg while competing in a sprint car race in Iowa on Monday night. The accident came just one day after Stewart finished ninth in the Sprint Cup Series race at Pocono...

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  21. Ranking the 10 Most Underrated Drivers in NASCAR

    By now, we are all familiar with how good Jimmie Johnson is. We are well aware that Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the sport's most popular driver. And it is no secret that Kyle Busch is a threat to win multiple races every weekend...

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  22. Busch Brothers Pace Pocono Practice, Qualifying Set for Friday Afternoon

    The first practice of the weekend at Pocono is in the books, and it was Kurt Busch who led the way. Busch's fast lap was timed at 50.600 seconds, which he ran on his final lap of the session...

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  23. 5 Terms Casual NASCAR Fans Should Learn

    If you are a new fan to NASCAR, you have probably wondered what the announcers were talking about at some point over the course of a television broadcast...

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  24. Ranking the 10 Most Overrated Drivers in NASCAR

    Every driver that gets to drive in NASCAR is there because they have a tremendous amount of talent and are one of the best drivers in the world...

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  25. Where Does Kyle Busch Rank Among NASCAR's All-Time Greats?

    When you look at the career statistics for Kyle Busch , it is easy to forget that he is still only 28 years old. Busch has been a full-time competitor in one of NASCAR 's top two series since 2004, when he was just a 19-year-old kid...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 2,150 reads 9 comments