1. Kurt Busch and the 20 Biggest Jerks in Motorsports History

    The word "jerk," according to the always-reliable Urban Dictionary, is "an insensitive, selfish, ignorant, cocky person who is inconsiderate and does stupid things...

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  2. Jeff Gordon: The 15 Biggest Crashes of the Four-Time Champ's NASCAR Career

    Much like any veteran with the experience he has in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Jeff Gordon has seen his fair share of hard crashes. However, he often seems to take the worst hits when those hard crashes occur...

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  3. Tony Stewart and the 20 Most Outspoken Drivers in NASCAR

    In the sport of NASCAR, there is a select group of personalities that tend to never shy away from any microphone that goes near them. They're usually brutally honest, never hesitating to bash other drivers, NASCAR, tires and even track general managers..

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  4. NASCAR: 15 Things That Could Help the Sport Right Now

    The racing and competition on the Sprint Cup level has been fun to watch throughout the 2011 season, with first-time winners like Trevor Bayne and old favorites like Jeff Gordon and Matt Kenseth returning to Victory Lane after lengthy slumps...

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  5. NASCAR Sprint Cup: A Reason Each of the Top 25 Drivers Could Win the Title

    As per usual before the traditional Easter off week, the Sprint Cup points standings are chock full with both shocking surprises and vast disappointments. While Carl Edwards leads Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt Jr...

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  6. Danica Patrick: Is She to Blame for the 10 Worst Crashes of Her Career?

    By her sheer presence every week—either in the NASCAR Nationwide Series or the IZOD IndyCar Series— Danica Patrick is one of the most controversial drivers in motorsports today...

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  7. Dale Earnhardt and the 20 Most Aggressive Drivers in NASCAR History

    Throughout the lengthy history of NASCAR, there have been a myriad of memorable incidents caused by some of the sport's most violent aggressors, hungry for another trophy to add to the mantle...

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  8. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Predicting the Winners of Each of the Remaining Races

    There should be a notice before every prediction article on this site that notes that predictions are just that not an accurate pick for who will win every weekend...

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  9. NASCAR's Top Personalities: Top 20 Driver Interviews You Need To Watch

    Throughout the lengthy history of NASCAR, drivers have been known for their ability to provide humorous and infamous interviews almost as much as they have been known for their ability to perform exceptionally well behind the wheel...

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  10. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Denny Hamlin Talks Auto Club and Martinsville

    Like the other 42 drivers in the field for Sunday's Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., Denny Hamlin , driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing, is looking forward to tackling the 2-mile oval...

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  11. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kurt Busch Reflects on NHRA Debut, Looks Ahead to Bristol

    Last weekend, Kurt Busch took a break from making four left turns by making his NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series debut at the Tire Kingdom Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla...

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  12. NCAA Tournament Bracket 2011: Who Are NASCAR Drivers Rooting For?

    As two of NASCAR's three top national touring series (Sprint Cup and Nationwide) had their first off weekend of the season, those not competing or attending the Camping World Truck ...

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  13. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the 20 Drivers with the Most Passionate Fan Bases

    It would serve as little shock that there is an unmistakable correlation between Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s lengthy winless streak (now standing at 96 races) and NASCAR's struggles with attendance and television ratings...

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  14. NASCAR Power Rankings: 10 Lessons Learned from the Subway Fresh Fit 500

    In the final race at Phoenix International Raceway before the one-mile tri-oval is repaved prior to NASCAR's three national touring series' return in November, Jeff Gordon ended his ...

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  15. Trevor Bayne Wins Daytona 500: The 10 Biggest Upsets in NASCAR History

    Sunday, the racing world witnessed what is likely the most improbable victory in the 53-race history of the Daytona 500...

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  16. Trevor Bayne Wins Daytona 500: Fox Coverage Starts Strong, Falters at the Finish

    Over the past few seasons, NASCAR on Fox has been the center of much ridicule and anger from fans of the sport...

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  17. Trevor Bayne Wins Daytona 500: NASCAR Power Rankings Coming Out of Daytona

    It's undoubtedly one of the biggest upsets in NASCAR history. Driving the legendary No. 21 Ford for Wood Brothers Racing, 20-year-old Trevor Bayne won the Daytona 500 Sunday in just his second career start...

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  18. Daytona 500 2011: The 10 Greatest Late Passes in Daytona 500 History

    It's NASCAR's version of a game-winning touchdown pass in the Super Bowl or a game-winning home run in Game 7 of the World Series...

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  19. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Fans' 20 Favorite Current Drivers

    The sounds from Fox's telecast of Sunday's Coors Light Pole Qualifying session for the Daytona 500 were almost unmistakable. Driving the No. 88 Chevrolet, Dale Earnhardt Jr. claimed the provisional pole during his two-lap run...

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  20. NASCAR Power Rankings: Rating Hendrick and the Major Teams in the Sprint Cup

    Some would argue that the key to success on the Sprint Cup level isn't on an individual driver's performance or the work of a team's pit crew. To that end, those same fans might ignore the race-to-race progression of a team throughout the season...

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  21. Daytona Testing: 10 Things We Learned at the Newly Repaved Track

    As of the day this article is published (Jan. 31), there are 20 days until the Daytona 500. However, Speedweeks won't mark the first time most of the drivers attempting to make the ...

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  22. NASCAR Power Rankings: Rating the Top 20 Title Contenders After the Rule Changes

    When the Daytona 500 rolls around next month, competitors in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series may be competing for a maximum of 43 points along with the chance to win the Harley J. Earl Trophy...

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  23. NASCAR Sprint Cup 2011: Predicting a Winner for Each Race This Year

    Even though Jimmie Johnson and the No. 48 team continued their unprecedented dynasty by winning a fifth consecutive Sprint Cup championship last season, a critical victory by the eventual ...

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  24. NASCAR Crashes: The 20 Most Dangerous Near-Disasters in Cup History

    Although many fans wouldn't like to admit it, crashes are as much a part of NASCAR as lead changes, photo finishes and Jimmie Johnson winning Sprint Cup championships...

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  25. Danica Patrick in NASCAR: Can She Earn Her First Stock-Car Win in 2011?

    When Danica Patrick arrived on the NASCAR scene at this point last year, fan reaction to her move from the IZOD IndyCar Series was incredibly mixed...

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