1. Denny Hamlin's Mission 11: Can He Repeat Last Year's Magic at Homestead for Cup?

    Nearly a year ago at the Homestead-Miami Speedway, Denny Hamlin and his No. 11 FedEx Toyota team made a vow that they'd be the team to beat for the 2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup championship, ...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about over 3 years ago 405 reads 0 comments

  2. Jeff Gordon and Jeff Burton Tangle in Lone Star State Tussle, Too Hot in Texas?

    When a racing fan thinks about racers like Jeff Burton and Jeff Gordon , they'll often associate these two drivers as being the most relaxed, composed individuals in the intense sport of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racing...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about over 3 years ago 1,029 reads 4 comments

  3. Texas Justice: Can Jeff Gordon Return to Victory Lane in the Lone Star State?

    When it comes to Texas Motor Speedway and Jeff Gordon , things usually head in two distinct directions. Top-10 finish or bust. At times, he's been able to conquer the 1...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about over 3 years ago 778 reads 0 comments

  4. Jamie McMurray at Talladega: Can He Repeat Last Year's Victory?

    Talladega Superspeedway tends to be either loving or brutalizing towards its 43 suitors, embracing some for driving all her 2...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about over 3 years ago 214 reads 2 comments

  5. Jimmie Johnson: How Will the Four-Time Champ Fare at the Remaining Tracks?

    For all the talk that NASCAR's most dominant racer gets for being a "vanilla" personality, once he's strapped in the driver's seat for a grueling race, Jimmie Johnson is usually set to make a memorable Sunday afternoon drive on any given circuit...

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  6. Jeff Gordon's Drive for Five Still Alive in NASCAR Chase: A Reason To Believe

    It's been a promise that's remained unfulfilled since 2002, when Jeff Gordon and his associates launched his "Drive for Five" campaign, a slogan regarding the Vallejo, Calif. native's attempts to win a fifth NASCAR championship...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about almost 4 years ago 930 reads 7 comments

  7. Finally Mortal? Hendrick Motorsports Struggling Its Way To NASCAR Chase

    One look at the NASCAR Sprint Cup points standings and you'll see Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson prominently featured in the top 12, mixing it up with the usual suspects like Kyle and Kurt Busch, Denny Hamlin, Tony Stewart, Matt Kenseth, and Greg Biffle..

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about almost 4 years ago 1,063 reads 20 comments

  8. Top 10 Best Re-Starters In NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing

    For some drivers, it's the one moment they absolutely grimace at, knowing that their tremendous straightaway leads evaporated into a matter of nil...

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  9. In The Driver's Seat With Natalie Sather, NASCAR Whelen Series Racer

    Gritty. Tough as nails. Driven to succeed, no matter the pain in the game. Those are some of the characteristics that describe 25-year-old Natalie Sather, an upcoming NASCAR racer ...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about almost 4 years ago 731 reads 3 comments

  10. Dark Horses: Will Dale Earnhardt Jr. or Carl Edwards Kiss Indy's Bricks?

    The famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway tends to celebrate many of racing's finest in open wheel and stock car vehicles...

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  11. Kevin Harvick, Gordon Vie for Victory Over Johnson in Chicagoland

    All that talk about preseason favorites, who'll dethrone Jimmie Johnson, and who'll be inducted into the Class of 2010 in the NASCAR Hall of Fame is all in the past because Saturday night's Lifelock...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 472 reads 5 comments

  12. Jeff Gordon Grabs Solid Podium Finish at Daytona Coke Zero 400

    While it wasn't a trip to Victory Lane for the No. 24 DuPont Chevrolet team, Jeff Gordon's third place finish boosted the 38-year-old Vallejo, Calif. native to his highest points position since last summer—second place...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 437 reads 10 comments

  13. Daytona Double: Does it Help Cup Drivers To Drive in Nationwide Races?

    In social gatherings and parties, there's the phenomenon known as "double dipping," often defined as the act of an individual placing a snack (like a chip) into a container with saucer, only that that piece of food was eaten prior to the dip...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 363 reads 2 comments

  14. Not To Be Kurt, But the Elder Busch Has Been Damn Good in 2010...So Far

    He stood confidently on pit lane, laden in shades, donning his dark Mopar cap on Friday afternoon during the qualifying session for the Cup race at Michigan International Speedway...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 139 reads 19 comments

  15. Mission Control To Jeff Gordon: Where Have You Been Lately?

    For all the talk about Jimmie Johnson experiencing some slumps this season, teammate Jeff Gordon has been experiencing a bit of a rut in terms of performances in recent races...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 187 reads 6 comments

  16. Road to Title 18: Rajon Rondo Leading Celtics With 2010 Playoff Success

    In Beantown, he's been the Celtics' secret weapon for the past three years. His play has always been noted as being gritty, aggressive, fearless, and determined...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 1,198 reads 7 comments

  17. Indianapolis 500 Memories: Rookie Danica Patrick Becomes a Star in 2005

    Five years ago, the sports world turned its eyes in unison at the 2.5-mile superspeedway known as Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Ind. during a historical moment at "The Brickyard...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 625 reads 8 comments

  18. Kyle Busch or Denny Hamlin: Who Exactly is Top Dog at Joe Gibbs Racing?

    In the NFL, when a team has two great hurlers who have their unique traits and skills that translates into winning results on the field, the predicament is often labeled as a quarterback controversy...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 1,084 reads 10 comments

  19. Motorsports May: The Best Month For Auto Racing Fans Worldwide (Part One)

    There are certain months of the year in which a sport just absolutely shines, busting out all the stops to deliver its most competitive and memorable moments for fans and participants to remember for some time...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 490 reads 15 comments

  20. Darlington Delivery: Denny Hamlin Proving Why He's NASCAR Title Material

    It wasn't long ago that Denny Hamlin was the subject of conversation surrounding a torn ACL that was supposedly going to slow down his championship efforts this season...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 363 reads 11 comments

  21. Driving into Darlington County: Still Tough To Tame for NASCAR's Best?

    When it comes to the action at Darlington Raceway, there are several terms used that are unique and pertinent to this facility. Some of them include the infamous "Darlington Stripe," ""racing the racetrack," "tire management," and "The Southern 500...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 281 reads 0 comments

  22. Hey, Won't You Play Another Somebody Won, Jeff Gordon Lost A Race Song?

    Saturday night's Crown Royal Presents the Heath Calhoun 400 at the Richmond International Raceway was like any other race, with a winner and 42 losers who chalked it up for three hours of NASCAR action...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 636 reads 12 comments

  23. Tale of Two Champions: Gordon and Johnson Rivalry Brewing Up In NASCAR

    It was bound to happen sooner than later, right? At some point, two of NASCAR's most dominant champions in the past 15 years were going to have this moment—beating the living ...

    Rob Tiongson Written by Rob Tiongson about 4 years ago 1,058 reads 21 comments

  24. Years Down The Road: The Complexion Of NASCAR Sprint Cup Racing

    Every aspect of society has a cycle of life, in which various individuals fill certain roles with degrees of expectations...

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  25. If the NBA Had Magic and Larry, Who Was NASCAR's Dynamic Duo?

    Rivalries in sports often bring out the best in its participants, raising their intensity and focus to win in their competitive games...

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