1. Do It Again: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Looks To Repeat Texas Magic From 2000

    April 2, 2000, will forever be immortalized as a memorable date for one of racing's perennial names when third-generation driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. captured his first career victory in the NASCAR Cup ranks at the Texas Motor Speedway...

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  2. Feeling Like a Newman: Rocket Ryan Propels to Victory Lane at Phoenix

    Perhaps Ryan Newman's sponsor summed up the kind of frantic action toward the last laps of the Subway Fresh Fit 600K at Phoenix International Speedway, as he sprinted his No. 39 Chevy to his first trip to Victory Lane since the 2008 Daytona 500...

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  3. Racing for Wins With Brian Vickers, Driver of the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota

    Brian Vickers is arguably one of the finest competitors in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Circuit, racing to the front on any given race day in his prominent No. 83 Red Bull Toyota Camry...

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  4. Jennifer Jo Cobb: Making Small Gains for Big-Picture Success in Long Run

    Facing an uphill battle is not something new for Jennifer Jo Cobb, a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookie who owns and drives the No. 10 drivenmale.com/DrivenBoutique.com Ford...

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  5. Doing It His Way: Alan Kulwicki Was NASCAR's Most Unique Champion

    His NASCAR Sprint Cup career only spanned nine years, which were filled with the most courageous grits and determination ever seen in any racing series. Faithful to do things his way, the pride of Greenfield, Wisc...

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  6. NASCAR's Certainty Factor: Martinsville Shows Drivers' Best (or Worst)

    Regardless of whom your colors and allegiance are with, what's certain in auto racing, particularly with NASCAR, is that a short track like Martinsville Speedway brings out the best of a driver (or the worst)...

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  7. Nothing's Impossible: Meet Katie Spotz, the Rower Who Tamed the Atlantic

    One reason why athletes are often admired by the masses is that they often push themselves to the limits to do amazing things—whether it's scoring 38 points with the flu in Game Five of the NBA Finals, winning the U...

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  8. Young and Fearless: Garrett Marchant Looks to Jumpstart Career Towards NASCAR

    Flash back to those childhood years, when you would play pickup games of football, baseball, or basketball with your family and friends. Some of us simply enjoy the fun and trash-talking exchanged with relatives or long-time buddies...

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  9. Women in Motorsports: Shoptalk with Racing's Leading Females (Part Two)

    Previously in Part One of the Women in Motorsports Round Table recap, our panelists discussed various aspects of their careers in racing...

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  10. Women in Motorsports: Shop Talk with Racing's Leading Females (Part One)

    Ernest Hemingway once said that auto racing, bull fighting, and mountaineering are the only true sports, while the rest are merely games. If that's the case, he'd be amazed to know how much progress has been made in motorsports, particularly for women...

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  11. Same Old Problem, Different Face: The Brad Keselowski Dilemma in NASCAR

    Aggressive racers aren't exactly a new breed of drivers in motorsports, as they often bring excitement, controversy, and attention to the sport...

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  12. Road Racin' with Tommy Kendall, Four-Time SCCA Champion and NASCAR Racer

    Motorsports fans may remember a familiar sports car champion who dabbled with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from the late 1980s-90s, often competing at the challenging road courses as a track ...

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  13. What We Learned from Las Vegas: Joey Logano Disproving Sophomore Jinx

    A familiar orange and white car has been making its return to the front in 2010, mixing it up among the leaders with solid performances and finishes in the ever competitive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...

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  14. Dropping the Hammer: Previewing the NASCAR Sprint Cup Race at Las Vegas

    While it may be hard to believe that the NASCAR Sprint Cup tour has visited Las Vegas for the past 12 years, the action at this exciting quad-oval, state-of-the-art facility lends itself to the saying that "seeing is believing...

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  15. Rubbin's Racin': Meet Jordan Anderson, Late Model Racer Vying for NASCAR

    He's got the determination and skills that translates to winner at such an incredibly young age. Like his heroes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, he's continually learning the cars and tracks, ...

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  16. What We Learned from Fontana: Too Early to Count Out Jeff Gordon in 2010

    When you glance at this year's top-10 racers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points standings, a particular name is soundly absent from that list...

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  17. Back Home Again with Chip Ganassi: One-Two Punch with McMurray and Montoya

    Much like parents, who welcome their children back home with open arms when they return to the nest, Chip Ganassi and team partner Felix Sabates had to be elated when old driver Jamie McMurray decided to come back to their organization...

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  18. NASCAR Young Gun: Tradin' Paint with Tiff Daniels, Racer, and EGR Team Engineer

    Over the past several months, B/R Nation has gotten to meet NASCAR prospect Tiff Daniels, a racer who has interacted with Featured Columnist Mary Jo Buchanan...

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  19. For This Jeff Gordon Fan, It Was Hard to Bid Adieu To Dale Earnhardt

    Feb. 18, 2001. What more can be said about that day to a NASCAR fan? It's a date that emotionally tests and rattles anyone in the racing community, especially those who had a connection or fondness to Ralph "Dale" Earnhardt of Kannapolis, NC...

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  20. What We Learned from Daytona: McMurray Back Home at EGR with Great Win

    Throughout Speedweeks 2010, this Joplin, Mo. native has been relatively under the radar as a dark horse contender for victories in the NASCAR Sprint Cup events. Most prognosticators and fans went with the usual favorites like Dale Earnhardt, Jr...

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  21. Daytona 500 Dramatics: No Shortage of Stories at the World Center of Racing

    While Valentine's lovers may be caught in a bad romance or in paradise, everyone at Daytona International Speedway is experiencing one of the more dramatic Speedweeks in recent memory...

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  22. Determination, Guts, and Perseverance: The Story of the 1997 Daytona 500

    They say that racing fans can remember dates and numbers easily, from the driver and team roster to the memorable times of NASCAR Sprint Cup racing...

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  23. Unleash the Beasts: 52nd Daytona 500 Could Be NASCAR's Wildest

    Every sport seems to have that pinnacle event that draws out the prestige and spectacle of its athletes and participants. The NFL had its biggest game last Sunday with Super Bowl XLVI in Miami, FL, featuring a rare matchup between the league's No...

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  24. Poker Face: Why Kyle Busch Is NASCAR's Answer to Lady Gaga (Humor)

    Let's face it, folks. These two individuals are remarkably talented, tremendously popular in their fields, and both are about the most unique individuals who are either loved or misunderstood by the fans of their industry...

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  25. Racing With Inspiration: Meet Candace Muzny, NASCAR Late Model Driver

    No matter the division or the faces comprising the large fields of any given stock car league, there are numerous stories that accompany these heroes of the track...

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