1. Colin Kaepernick: Dual Threat Has San Francisco 49ers Close to Super Bowl XLVII

    Colin Kaepernick 's Twitter bio seems a bit atypical for the starting quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers : "Trying to be #1 in a world that accepts #2...

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  2. 7 NASCAR Personalities We Desperately Need on Twitter

    It's a well-known fact that Twitter has done a remarkable job in establishing the personalities of many NASCAR drivers over the past 12-36 months. Just ask Jimmie Johnson...

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  3. NASCAR: 10 Worst Driver Product Placements in History

    In the history of the sport—especially in the past 10 years, where sponsors have more pull than ever—NASCAR has seen its fair share of great product placement...

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  4. The 10 Hardest Drivers to Catch in NASCAR

    When one of these men take the lead, competitors forget about winning a race--it just turns into a race for second. They dominate races and win championships, earning their unique place in the halls of NASCAR history...

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  5. NASCAR's 10 Craziest Trash-Talk Moments Caught on Camera

    Over the past few weeks, we've been treated to the colorful post-race interviews and press conferences from Kurt Busch and Jimmie Johnson, most recently after Saturday night's race at Richmond International Raceway...

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  6. Brad Keselowski: Why He Is a Legit NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase Contender in 2011

    At this point last season, Brad Keselowski had zero top-10 finishes. After shocking the racing world with a win at Talladega in April 2009 (we all remember that race for the infamous ...

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  7. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Red-Hot Brad Keselowski Rides Wave of Momentum into Bristol

    It was just a few short weeks ago when it appeared as if Brad Keselowski would come nowhere near making the Chase for the Sprint Cup...

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  8. Motorsports: Sensational "Senna" a Sports Doc for All Audiences

    In a world full of 30 for 30 documentaries directed by Hollywood brass, Senna is a unique and superb departure from the norm...

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  9. NASCAR Commercials: The 20 Best Driver Ads of All Time

    We're used to seeing them in three-minute spans multiple times during each NASCAR race, whether we like it or not...

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  10. Paul Menard Wins at Indy and the Top 10 Surprises of the 2011 NASCAR Season

    When Paul Menard shocked the racing world by winning his "home" race in the Brickyard 400 last month, it was far from the first shocking moment in the 2011 NASCAR season...

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  11. NASCAR: Top 22 Quotes in Stock Car History

    Ever since the advent of live flag-to-flag coverage of NASCAR racing at the 1979 Daytona 500—and well before that—there has been a wealth of quotes uttered by drivers, crew members and broadcasters that have entered the lexicon of the sport...

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  12. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Danica Patrick and 7 Drivers Who Will Be in Cup Soon

    There's little beating around the bush on this one—no matter how well Danica Patrick does in the Nationwide Series throughout the end of the 2011 season and likely all of the ...

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  13. NASCAR Sprint Cup at Indy: Top 10 Moments from Previous NASCAR Races at Indy

    With the Sprint Cup Series taking its final off-week of the season, it allows fans a Sunday off to get household chores done or some much-needed yard work...

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  14. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Travis Pastrana Looks Ahead to Debut at LOR

    He's the face of action sports, one of the world's most talented athletes. He's conquered the world of motocross, becoming one of the most decorated athletes in X Games history...

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  15. NASCAR at Kentucky: 7 Other Tracks That Deserve a Sprint Cup Race

    For better or for worse, the inaugural race at Kentucky Speedway took place last weekend. Another cookie-cutter track from the Speedway Motorsports Inc...

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  16. NASCAR Nationwide Series: Blake Koch's Unique Link with Sponsor Daystar

    After virtually every sporting event involving sponsors—not just of the NASCAR variety—those interviewed usually take the time out to shill for those who "support" them...

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  17. NASCAR Free Agency: Which Drivers Will Be Driving for Whom in 2012?

    In most sports, the free agency period is known as, well, free agency. In NASCAR, however, it's known as "Silly Season"—the annual summer of rumors and speculation that rattle the racing world and give Jayski his credibility...

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  18. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Crew Chief "Bono" Manion Talks Gout, Looks Ahead to Daytona

    This weekend at Daytona, crew chief Kevin "Bono" Manion will take on an additional role when he's not guiding Jamie McMurray and his team from the No. 1 Earnhardt Ganassi Racing Chevy's pit box...

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  19. NASCAR Sprint Cup: 7 Lessons We Learned at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma

    Once upon a time, road course races (Infineon and Watkins Glen) were normally two of the most boring races on the circuit. Beating and banging was kept to a minimum, and very few cars returned to the garage with damage...

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  20. NASCAR Hall of Fame: Predicting the Class of 2013

    Next January, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will induct another five members into its prestigious fraternitySprint Cup champions and legends Darrell Waltrip and Cale Yarborough, famed car owner Glen Wood, crew chief Dale Inman and modified great Richie Evans...

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  21. NASCAR Sprint Cup at Michigan: 10 Bold Predictions for the Heluva Good! 400

    After another long race in the Pocono Mountains which featured Jeff Gordon earning an insurance policy by winning his second race of the 2011 Sprint Cup season and essentially punching ...

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  22. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Ryan Newman to Celebrate Army's Birthday, Bud Moore at Michigan

    This Father's Day weekend, Ryan Newman will honor the 236th birthday of his co-primary sponsor, the U.S. Army, and Bud Moore, a World War II hero who was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame last month for his work as a car owner...

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  23. NASCAR: The 20 Most Ridiculous Fire Suits in History

    They're NASCAR's version of the jersey that athletes in other sports wear. Much like the team colors and names that adorn what is worn on the field by players and off the field by ...

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  24. Danica Patrick: 10 Bold Predictions for Her If She Goes to NASCAR Full-Time

    She's the face of IndyCar racing in the United States today, the most well-known driver to represent the stars and stripes. She's also virtually unavoidable as one of the faces of GoDaddy...

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  25. AJ Allmendinger and 10 Under-the-Radar Drivers Who Could Make the Chase

    A look at who the 12-driver field for the Chase for the Sprint Cup would consist of if the season ended today finds the usual suspects making the 10-race playoff for the title...

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