1. Breaking Down What Makes a Great NASCAR Crew Chief

    In the world of NASCAR , it is the driver who is the star. They are the ones whose likeness is plastered on t-shirts and posters. And it is them who get the fame and glory when they pull into victory lane, or hoist a championship trophy...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 1,003 reads 1 comments

  2. 5-Year Projections for All of NASCAR's Young Stars

    Do you remember when Jeff Gordon and Bobby Labonte were first breaking into the Sprint Cup Series? How about when Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson and Kevin Harvick were making their first ...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 2,301 reads 8 comments

  3. Is Brad Keselowski a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series One-Hit Wonder?

    In case anyone has forgotten, and I’m sure some people have, Brad Keselowski is the current defending Sprint Cup Series champion...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 1,938 reads 6 comments

  4. Identifying Each NASCAR Superstar's Favorite Track

    It's no secret that every NASCAR driver has a handful of tracks that he or she loves going to each season. Jimmie Johnson, for example, must salivate every time that Charlotte, Dover or Martinsville come up on the schedule...

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  5. 5 Drivers Proving to Be Dark Horses for 2013 Sprint Cup Series Title

    As the 2013 Sprint Cup season inches ever closer to its version of the playoffs, some drivers have clearly cemented themselves as favorites to win the title...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 1,128 reads 3 comments

  6. 5 Sprint Cup Series Drivers Who Will Win by Season's End

    Through the first 19 races of the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, there have been 11 different race-winners...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 12 months ago 1,747 reads 2 comments

  7. Ranking the 5 Most Unlikely Success Stories in NASCAR Today

    The dictionary defines success as a favorable or desired outcome. In NASCAR, certain teams and drivers have their own idea of what success would be. For some, success is winning races and championships...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 1 year ago 1,574 reads 2 comments

  8. The 5 Most Impressive Facts About Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR Dominance

    Jimmie Johnson has been the dominant driver in NASCAR's top series for the past decade. More often than not, it seems that Johnson and his No. 48 team can do no wrong. No matter what the competition tries, there is no beating them...

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  9. Statistics Say Jimmie Johnson Will Be 2013 Sprint Cup Series Champion

    When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series leaves Richmond in early September, the Chase field will officially be set. While 12 drivers will be competing for the championship, it has reached the point where it seems as if it is just a one-man race...

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  10. WWE Should Give Chris Jericho One More Run as World Champion

    Before CM Punk proclaimed himself as the "Best in the World," there was Chris Jericho. For years in front of audiences everywhere, he has claimed "I am the Best in the World at What I Do...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 1 year ago 1,441 reads 9 comments

  11. Ranking Every Sprint Cup Series-Winning Performance from 2013 Season so Far

    The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has just about reached its halfway point. Thus far, 17 of the 36 points-counting races have been run. In those 17 there has been 10 different winners...

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  12. Denny Hamlin Should Consider Ending Season Early Following Kentucky Crash

    For the third time this season, Denny Hamlin was forced to exit a Sprint Cup Series race early due to a hard crash...

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  13. The 5 NASCAR Tracks That Provide the Least Exciting Racing

    When the NASCAR schedule first comes out, there are always a few races that get circled on the calendar and are considered must-see television. There are also a handful of races that may be used as background noise for a Sunday afternoon nap...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 1 year ago 5,754 reads 9 comments

  14. Could Bobby Labonte's Career Be Over After the 2013 Season?

    Over the course of the last 704 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, Jeff Gordon and Bobby Labonte have each taken the green flag for all of them. This weekend in Kentucky only one of them will have that opportunity...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 1 year ago 781 reads 2 comments

  15. Power Ranking the 15 Best Paint Schemes from the 2013 Sprint Cup Season

    If you have ever spent any time at a race track, you know that come race day there are a plethora of sights and sounds to get lost in. One of the most inviting sights is that of 43 race cars lined up on pit road...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 1 year ago 2,297 reads 9 comments

  16. Martin Truex Jr.'s Win in Sonoma Changes Perception of His Career

    After trying for 218 races, Martin Truex Jr. finally scored his second career Sprint Cup Series win in Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350. The win could ultimately end up being huge for the rest of his career...

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  17. Jeff Gordon Facing a Potential Must Win This Weekend in Sonoma

    Jeff Gordon finds himself in dangerous territory. With 10 races remaining in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular season, Gordon currently sits 16th in the point standings, 19 markers behind current 10th-place runner, Tony Stewart ...

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  18. Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards Raise Interesting Teammate Question

    This past Sunday, in the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway, Carl Edwards twice looked for some help from teammate Greg Biffle to remove some paper from the grille of his No...

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  19. Kurt Busch: A NASCAR Driver Who Has Earned His Second Chance

    By now, we are all familiar with the trials and tribulations of Kurt Busch . He was the Sprint Cup Series Champion in 2004, and then there was his long-running feud with Jimmy Spencer...

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  20. Jimmie Johnson or Cale Yarborough: Who's the Better All-Time Driver?

    Until Jimmie Johnson came along, Cale Yarborough was the only driver in NASCAR history to record three consecutive series championships. Johnson has since gone on to surpass the mark set by Yarborough, and has now won five straight championships...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 3 years ago 469 reads 9 comments

  21. Marcos Ambrose on Sonoma: 'I'm over Last Year'

    Marcos Ambrose is a driver that has gone winless in a Sprint Cup career that has to this point spanned 98 races. He could very easily have at least one to his credit though...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 3 years ago 96 reads 3 comments

  22. 2011 US Open Golf First Round: 5 Contenders and 5 Pretenders

    The first round of the 2011 US Open is in the books. Some players put themselves in prime contention for the final three rounds, while others left themselves with a lot of work left to do, just to get back into the tournament...

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  23. NASCAR Sprint Cup at Michigan: Denny Hamlin and 10 Top Contenders to Win

    The 15th race of the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season gets under way this Sunday in the Black Hills of Michigan. This two-mile oval is similar to Kansas, the track that the series just ran on two weeks ago...

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  24. 2011 U.S. Open Golf: 10 Under-the-Radar Contenders

    The 2011 US Open tees off in a little less than 24 hours. The next four days are going to test the players more than any other tournament this season...

    Paul  Carreau Written by Paul Carreau about 3 years ago 671 reads 4 comments

  25. 2011 US Open Odds: Why Phil Mickelson is Vegas' Favorite to Win

    Phil Mickelson will head in to the 2011 US Open at Congressional much the same way he enters every other tournament that he participates in. He goes in to this one as one of the odds-on favorites to win...

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