1. I'm in the Mood...To Make Bold NASCAR Predictions That Is

    I don't know if it has anything to due with the fact that March Madness is heating up, but all day, I have been in the mood to do an entry where I made a few outrageous predictions for this Sunday's Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta...

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  2. Atlanta weekend weather

    The spring race at Atlanta has long been known for being ruined by cold weather, rain, and the Storm of the Century in 1993...

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  3. In case you missed it...

    The Helio Castroneves tax evasion trial began on Monday in Miami, which I am sure many of you did not realize unless you are truly an IndyCar fanatic...

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  4. Let's give a call out to David Reutimann and Bobby Labonte

    Reutimann finished fourth on Sunday, Labonte fifth. The 00 team had to overcome an engine change after qualifying fourth, but worked their way through the field, and used strategy in the waning stages to give David his first career top five...

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  5. Shelby 427: Mechanical Problems Continue in NASCAR

    I can not remember the last time I've seen so many mechanical breakdowns over a two race stretch. Say what you want to about the teams pushing the envelope in order to gain an advantage, but ...

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  6. Shelby 427 Weekend Preview

    There are many reasons why Las Vegas race weekend is one of the favorite stops for fans, drivers, and everyone part of the traveling show that is the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...

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  7. Auto Club 500: Now That Was a Good Race

    I know I am always giving Auto Club Speedway a bad rap, but all things considered, tonight's event was a decent race...

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  8. Zzzzzzzzzzz

    Kyle Busch just quite possibly became the first person in NASCAR history to stink up two shows in one day. I do know for a fact that he definitely became the first to win two national touring series events on the same date...

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  9. NASCAR's California Weekend

    After all that goes into Speedweeks, California is a big letdown. Not only is the track 3,000 miles and three time zones away from home, but the racing is not what I would call the best NASCAR has to offer...

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  10. NASCAR's Perfect Storm: Three Decades Later

    CBS footage from the last lap of the 1979 Daytona 500As sports fans, I am sure each of us has a short list of famous (or infamous) moments that we wish we were either a) alive to see; b) old enough to remember; or c) able to be there in person...

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  11. Preliminary California entry lists

    Well this is the moment we have all been waiting for: the release of the California entry lists. These will probably give us a good indication of how many cars/trucks to expect on a week-to-week basis, at least early in 2009...

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  12. Matt Kenseth Wins Rain-Shortened Daytona 500

    Congrats to Matt Kenseth, the DeWalt team, Jack Roush, and all of Roush-Fenway Racing for picking up your first Daytona 500 victory!A few notes:-Let me just say, as a quasi-Roush and ...

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  13. ARCA Driver Matt Hawkins Dies at Age 21

    Matt Hawkins, an up-and-coming driver in the short track ranks, who won in his ARCA debut at Iowa last year and was impressive at Rockingham (mixing it up with the likes of Logano, Schrader, ...

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  14. 51st Daytona 500 Preview

    When the Cup cars take the green flag at California next Sunday, it will mark the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest moments in stock car racing's history: Lee Petty holding off Johnny Beauchcamp to win the first running of the Daytona 500...

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  15. A Proposal For NASCAR: Move The Twin 150s to Thursday Night

    Let me start by congratulating Jeff Gordon and Kyle Busch on their victories this afternoon at Daytona in the Gatorade 150s. I am debating whether to stay up until 12:30 to catch the replay, in exchange for being a zombie at work in the morning...

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  16. 2009 Camping World Truck Series Preview

    For the 2009 season, I am pegging several drivers as championship contenders. At the top of that list are obviously last year's two main players, Johnny Benson and Ron Hornaday Jr...

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  17. Daytona Weekend: This Isn't Good News...

    The preliminary entry lists for this weekend's Truck and Nationwide openers were released today, and while the Nationwide field is strong, only 38 Trucks are tentatively scheduled to ...

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  18. 2009 Nationwide (on your side) Series Preview

    Well, we made it through weekend one of stock car Speedweeks without anyone getting gravely injured. Both the ARCA and Sprint Cup guys in the Bud Shootout were beating and banging each other in a three-wide draft at 190 MPH this weekend...

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  19. Sprint Cup Preview: 10 Really Off-The-Wall Predictions

    Before I get to my predictions, it appears as if the top 35 is finally set after a week of uncertainty, wheeling, and dealing. Teams are trying to gain that coveted spot into the Daytona 500 and four subsequent races...

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  20. Sprint Cup Preview: The "Mom and Pop" Teams

    Let me just say that I haven't been a big Jeremy Mayfield fan since his relationship with Rusty Wallace deteriorated in the sunset of his Penske career, but I am really glad to see him bucking the odds and starting up a full-time team for the 2009 season.

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  21. Sprint Cup Preview: Part Timers

    First off, let me give myself a pat on the back for ALMOST getting the Super Bowl score correct for the second time in three years (and yes, I know my spread and total number of points ...

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  22. Super Bowl XLIII Preview

    SUPER BOWL XLIII: PITTSBURGH STEELERS (AFC CHAMPIONS) VS. ARIZONA CARDINALS (NFC CHAMPIONS)Location: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FLWhen: Sunday 2/1/09; 6:28 PM EST kickoffTV: NBC (pre-game ...

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  23. Sprint Cup Preview: Almirola, Sadler, Sorenson, Hornish, Menard

    We continue the Sprint Cup preview today with a gaggle of drivers out of the American automaker camps. The season preview will take a break until next Monday, so I can decompress tomorrow, and ...

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  24. Sprint Cup Preview: Reutimann, Robby Gordon, Ambrose, Waltrip, Speed

    I am going to preview the rest of the drivers by manufacturer. First up, the Toyota drivers. Don't worry, Scott Riggs or Joe Nemechek fans, I have a special entry for teams like yours. It is going to be called the Mom N Pops Preview...

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  25. Your 2009 Sprint Cup Champion Will Be...

    Now, just wait a minute. We're going to go in reverse from fourth to first. Hold your boos, cheers, or complaints until the end! 4. CARL EDWARDSAge: 29Hometown: Columbia, MONo...

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