1. Danica Patrick: Fitting in Is No Problem for the IndyCar Transplant

    Danica Patrick , driver of the No. 7 GoDaddy.com NASCAR Nationwide Series car for JR Motorsports , shared a story with the press during her media availability Friday...

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  2. Dan Wheldon Crash: The Shocking Reality of the Sport We Love

    Days, months and years had moved on. The sport of which fans watch, cheer, and trust was thought to have skirted past the days of driver memorials and flowers lining the fences...

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  3. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Why 2011's Chase Will Be One of the Best Yet

    Through the wreck-fest it was, Richmond showed us the good, the bad and the ugly. Between driver emotions and crushed metal, fans saw just a glimpse of what this year's Chase may expose...

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  4. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Jimmie Johnson to Drive No. 7 Car at Watkins Glen

    It's been in the works in previous weeks to hire NASCAR Sprint Cup Series five-time Champion Jimmie Johnson to race the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Watkins Glen this August, driving the No...

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  5. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kevin Harvick and 10 Top Contenders to Win the Coke Zero 400

    Leaving a road course in Sonoma, California and heading cross-country to the high-banked super-speedway of Daytona, some drivers are on edge and ready to get back on the ovals...

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  6. Motorsports Video Power Rankings: 10 Weirdest Racing Fights of the Decade

    In the top series of racing, drivers and their teams experience high tensions every weekend. When one move goes wrong, some begin to crack while others go out full-force against another driver...

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  7. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 7 Things We Learned from the Weekend's Race at Michigan

    Through a process of short-pitting, gambling for a bit of track position and taking major swings at a car's set-up, many NASCAR Sprint Cup teams had their hands full in Sunday's Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 at Michigan International Speedway...

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  8. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Wins Dangling Before His Eyes, Only to Be Ripped Away

    Remember on the night of the Sprint All-Star race when FOX reporter, Darrell Waltrip, referred that the race was as if the money being dangled in front of the drivers face for them ...

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  9. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Trevor Bayne and Danica Patrick Back on Track

    Two of the big-name stories heading into the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland were 2011 Daytona 500 winner, Trevor Bayne, and IndyCar Series/ part-time NASCAR driver, ...

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  10. Indianapolis 500: Examining the Top 5 in Points Heading into the 500

    Normally heading into the biggest race of the IndyCar season, the drivers have already hit an oval or two before the month of May...

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  11. Kyle Busch: Too Fast for North Carolina Streets

    Earlier today, Kyle Busch was ticketed for going 128 miles per hour in a 45 mph zone . Busch was driving a yellow Lexus LFA sports car on a street between Mooresville and Troutman, NC, in Iredell County...

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  12. Indianapolis 500: 13 Bold Predictions for This Year's Race

    After a surprising week and weekend of slow star teams, fast one-offs and surprises on the track, the big race can only bring one thing: pure insanity...

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  13. Indianapolis 500: Only 3 of 5 Andretti Autosport Drivers Survive Bump Day

    With eyes glued to the television, headlines popping up everywhere and multiple drivers from the team coming up as trending topics on major social sites such as Twitter, Andretti Autosport ...

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  14. Kyle Busch Takes a Spin and Ends Up in Victory Lane

    It has become proven time and time again–never count out Kyle Busch. Ever. In Friday night's North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the Camping World ...

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  15. NASCAR: ESPN Introduces "NASCAR NonStop" to Enhance Race Viewing

    No more commercial breaks will cut into the action of the second half of NASCAR Sprint Cup races, ESPN announced...

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  16. Indianapolis 500: 10 Drivers the Fans Want to See Kissing the Bricks in 2011

    Seeing your face along-side many others on the Borg-Warner trophy of the Indianapolis 500 is not only an accomplishment, but an honor...

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  17. Zach Veach: A Model of What the Future of the IndyCar Series Needs

    Rising from go-kart racing, midgets, and other forms of taking laps around the track, today's IndyCar Series drivers have graduated from a lesser-ranking of racing to make it to where they have today...

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  18. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Examining the Points Standings

    Heading into the fourth race of the 2011 NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule, teams are already buckling down and putting their focus on points. The standings thus far are deceiving though, as to how drivers are performing...

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  19. Tony Stewart Gambles and Comes Up Short in Vegas

    It was a dominating day for Tony Stewart and his No. 14 Chevrolet in Sunday's Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway -- for the first half, at least, before things began to take a turn...

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  20. Danica Patrick Checks Off One More Page in the Record Book

    Starting 22nd in Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Danica Patrick had high hopes in her "secret goal" to achieve a top-10 finish...

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  21. Kyle Busch: One Step Closer to Sweeping Phoenix

    Open the closet and get out the broom, Kyle Busch is possibly on his way to another trifecta. In sweeping the August weekend at Bristol in 2010 by winning the Camping World ...

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  22. Danica Patrick: "Little Victories" To Strengthening Her NASCAR Career

    The words from last year continue on into the 2011 season for Danica Patrick. What she needs are "little victories," things to remind her that she is progressing in NASCAR and learning more and more each weekend...

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  23. NNS: Bowyer, Cassill, Earnhardt Jr, and Patrick to Lead Field To Green In 2011

    After what turned out to be an exciting "rapid-fire" qualifying session for the Nationwide Series drivers, within the final cars, Clint Bowyer claimed the pole starting position...

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  24. NASCAR: The Multiple Personalities of the New Daytona

    Bringing back the rich history of the sport through Saturday night racing, the Budweiser Shootout wasn't the only on track action of the evening set on the newly paved Daytona International Speedway...

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  25. Denny Hamlin: Winning Shootout Isn't Worth Risking Safety of Drivers and Fans

    After a night of two-car drafts, speeds surpassing 200 miles per hour and close calls including multiple crashes, crossing the finish line came through no where like most imagined it would be...

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