1. Track Walk at The Monster Mile Raises Money for Charity

    At many NASCAR race tracks throughout the country, fans get to walk the track with their favorite drivers and racing personalities. The Track Walk at Dover International Speedway kicked off right after Kyle Busch won the Nationwide race...

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  2. Jeremy Mayfield's Battle with NASCAR Ends in Dismissal

    The seemingly never-ending saga of Jeremy Mayfield's lawsuit against NASCAR has finally come to an end. Judge Graham Mullen ruled in favor of NASCAR, upholding the sport's stringent substance abuse policy...

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  3. Kyle Busch Feels "Heluva Good!" After Nationwide Win

    "It feels good," Kyle Busch, winner of the Heluva Good! 200, said after spanking the field and taking the checkered flag at the Monster Mile in Dover, Del...

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  4. Does NASCAR's Fan Vote an All-Star Racer Make?

    NASCAR’s All-Star Race is right around the corner and the campaigning for the fan vote is at a fever pitch, at least by some of the drivers trying to get into the prestigious event via that avenue...

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  5. Book Review: "He Crashed Me So I Crashed Him Back"

    As the NASCAR Hall of Fame opens its doors to the greats of the sport and readies to induct the inaugural class, fans should also consider taking a peek at a new book out on the sport called He Crashed Me So I Crashed Him Back by Mark Bechtel...

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  6. Kyle Busch vs. Denny Hamlin: The Duel at Darlington

    In the Nationwide Series race at the "track too tough to tame," there will most certainly be a duel to the finish at Darlington. But teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin will also duel for sponsor bragging rights, as well as for charity...

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  7. Chase Elliott: Have Race Car, Will Travel

    Chase Elliott, son of famed NASCAR champion Bill Elliott, simply lives to race. When his scheduled race at Winchester Speedway in Indiana was cancelled due to weather, he and his ...

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  8. Pocono Raceway Hosts First Annual Mother's Day Charity Bike Ride

    With Mother's Day on the horizon this weekend, Pocono Raceway will be honoring mothers in a very unique way this year...

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  9. Jeff Gordon Fans Are Falling in Love All Over Again

    While many fans fell in love with NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon from the minute he took the track as a rookie driver with a crooked mustache, other fans have taken much longer to warm up to the four-time Cup champion...

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  10. Remembering NASCAR commentator David Poole

    One year ago, NASCAR writer and Sirius NASCAR radio host David Poole died of a heart attack. Poole was the quintessential NASCAR beat reporter...

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  11. Rolex Racer Max Angelelli Grounded by the Volcano

    Max Angelelli, driver of the No. 10 SunTrust Ford Dallara of Wayne Taylor Racing, has joined the throngs of people grounded by Eyjafjallajokull, the infamous Iceland volcano spewing ash that has affected all European air travel...

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  12. Bill Elliott's Son Chase Scores 'Awesome' First Victory

    Chase Elliott, 14-year-old son of Bill Elliott, did his daddy proud by winning his first race of the season. Elliott took his No. 9 Aaron's Dream Machine to victory lane at Gresham Motorsports Park this past weekend...

    Mary Jo Buchanan Written by Mary Jo Buchanan about over 4 years ago 1,185 reads 10 comments

  13. Jeff Gordon Puts Rainy Texas Race Weekend in Perspective

    While the rainy weekend at Texas Motor Speedway has dampened fans' and drivers' spirits alike, Jeff Gordon has a completely new perspective on the inclement weather. The driver of the No...

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  14. Keselowski Brothers Top Dogs At Texas Nationwide Race

    The Keselowski brothers, Brad and Brian, are at the top of their games heading into the Nationwide race at Texas Motor speedway this weekend. Brad, the most visible brother, has just garnered the top spot in the points standings in the Nationwide Series.

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  15. Chad McCumbee To Make Nationwide Debut at Texas

    Chad McCumbee, veteran of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and driver for a few Cup starts for Richard Petty Motorsports, is set to make his Nationwide Series debut at Texas Motor Speedway in the O’Reilly 300...

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  16. Jeff Gordon: Close but No Cigar Yet Again

    It seems that Jeff Gordon, driver of the No. 24 Dupont Chevrolet for Hendrick Motor Sports, is saving up his cigars for the upcoming birth of his baby boy instead of for a celebration in victory lane...

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  17. AJ Allmendinger Scores First Ever NASCAR Cup Series Pole

    Driver of the Richard Petty Motorsports No. 43, Anthony James Allmendinger, went out 30th to qualify for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in the Valley of the Sun. He ended up in the pole position for the first time in his NASCAR Sprint Cup career...

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  18. Ron Hornaday Honored by Hometown for NASCAR Prowess

    Four-time NASCAR Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday will get his own day and way as he triumphantly returns to his hometown. Hornaday’s hometown of Palmdale, California has declared April 8th as "Ron Hornaday Day"...

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  19. Steve Wallace Joins NASCAR's Walking Wounded

    Steve Wallace has joined the ranks of the NASCAR walking wounded, confirming via father and team owner Rusty Wallace that he has suffered two broken toes and a broken bone in the top of his foot...

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  20. NASCAR's Newest Combo: Drivers and College Students

    Back in the day, most race car drivers "grew up" in the sport, having worked in the garage and then graduating to driving the car on the track...

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  21. GR Smith Makes Nashville Truck Debut with MAKE Motorsports

    GR Smith, an up and coming NASCAR driver, will make his Truck Series debut at this weekend's race, the Nashville 200...

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  22. JR Motorsports Makes Deal of a “Lifetime”

    Dale Earnhardt Junior’s Nationwide team, JR Motorsports, has just made the sponsorship deal of a “Lifetime...

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  23. John Mickel Leads British Invasion of NASCAR

    The British are coming to NASCAR, and driver John Mickel is leading the charge. Mickel is hoping to race at least 10 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in the 2010 season, with his eye on a full-time Truck ride for 2011...

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  24. NASCAR Inspires New Jersey To Identify Teen Drivers with New 'Rookie Stripe'

    In NASCAR, rookie drivers are designated with a yellow stripe on their back bumpers, serving to warn the other drivers on the track that this is a "new" driver...

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  25. Sam Hornish Jr.: The Pressure To Perform Comes From Within

    For Sam Hornish Jr., former Indy 500 winner and three-time IndyCar Series Champion, there has been nothing but pressure since making the switch to NASCAR stock car racing...

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