1. General Mills Kicks Off NASCAR Season With Promotional Give-Away

    With the 2010 NASCAR season officially underway, fans from around the country will once again look to add to their collections of memorabilia from their favorite drivers and teams...

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  2. Roush Fenway Extends Crown Royal Sponsorship to 35 Races in 2010

    Roush Fenway Racing announced on Friday that Crown Royal has extended the number of races in which it will be primary sponsor of driver Matt Kenseth and the No. 17 Sprint Cup Series team...

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  3. Sergio Pena Makes Headlines During His First Showdown Appearance

    What better way for Max Siegel, former President of Global Operations for Dale Earnhardt, Inc., and now co-owner of Revolution Racing to showcase another Drive for Diversity participant...

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  4. Kevin Harvick, Jeff Burton Looking To Put RCR Back in Victory Lane

    The 2009 NASCAR racing season was not very good to Richard Childress Racing and his four Chevrolet drivers. RCR not only went winless as a team, but neither of his teams were able to qualify for the chase for the Sprint Cup Championship...

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  5. Dale Earnhardt Jr: Can Daytona Resurrect His Fading Career?

    From the very first day Dale Earnhardt Jr. stepped foot into the Hendrick Motorsports racing facility, the racing world began to analyze what sort of impact Earnhardt would have on the rest of the Sprint Cup Series...

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  6. The Daytona 500 Is Not Just a Race, It's a Breathtaking Experience

    February, the month when some crazy little winged dude flies around playing havoc on people's hormones for that one special day. This day of love is known as Valentine's Day...

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  7. Teamcassracing from the Showdown: New Driver, New Crew, New Outlook

    There are many different story lines floating around the NASCAR garages during a race weekend. The different angles that can be written about are vast as well as limitless, and depending who ...

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  8. Scotts EZ Seed Showdown Adds Four More Drivers to March 20 Event at BMS

    Dave “Wingtip” Marcis, 68, along with Tommy Houston, and Jimmy “The Virginia Gentleman” Hensley will be making their series debuts in the Scotts EZ Seed Showdown on March 20, at Bristol Motor Speedway...

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  9. NASCAR: Were These Changes Done Only To Cover-Up the Real Problem?

    Will the changes that NASCAR just recently announced to the Sprint cup series, have any real affect to the problems that the series has been facing in the past? Or are these changes just a temporary ...

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  10. Andrew Ranger To Compete in NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown

    Andrew Ranger, the 23 year old, two-time NASCAR Canadian Tire Series champion, will make use of his secured starting position to do battle with some of NASCAR’s most prominent up and coming drivers in the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown on Jan...

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  11. NASCAR: Roush Fenway Teams to Enhance Communication via Twitter

    With cup championships in 2003 and 2004, along with putting all five of his drivers in the chase during the 2005 season, Jack Roush—team owner of Roush Fenway racing—has seen NASCAR utilize ...

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  12. K&N Takes Over Title Sponsorship for Camping World Series in 2010

    It was announced on Thursday that NASCAR’s top developmental series, which was known as the Camping World East and West series, has signed a seven-year agreement with K&N Engineering Inc...

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  13. NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown To Be Broadcast on SIRIUS XM Radio

    NASCAR has announced that its Toyota All-Star Showdown will be broadcast live on SIRIUS NASCAR Radio on Friday, Jan. 29, and Saturday, Jan. 30. The premier postseason event at the Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif...

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  14. Mark Martin Defied The Odds at The Age 50, But Can He Do It Again at 51?

    Pride, dignity, respect and  "age is just a number" are a few ways to describe the career of NASCAR’s most dignified driver in the past decade...

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  15. Bass Pro Shops Picks Up Sponsorship for RCR No. 3 CWTS Austin Dillon

    Richard Childress Racing and Bass Pro Shops have reached a partnership agreement for third-generation driver Austin Dillon to compete in the No. 3 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet Silverado for the majority of the 2010 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule

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  16. All-Star Showdown To Kick Off 2010 Camping World Series Season

    The Toyota All-Star Showdown is almost upon us, as the drivers and teams are getting ready to take to the half-mile asphalt covered oval, which is nestled between the rock quarries in Irwindale, CA...

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  17. BB&T and RCR Renew Partnership Agreement for the 2010 Season

    Richard Childress Racing’s sponsorship deal with Jack Daniels ended after five years of racing on the hood of the No. 07 Chevrolet, which caused the organization to sit the car out for the 2010 season...

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  18. ESPN Continues With Changes To Sprint Cup Telecasts in 2010

    When ESPN announced back in December the changes that were made to the way the 2010 season would be announced, there were no indications that the telecats would also be affected...

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  19. Will NASCAR Be Affected by the High Cost of Sponsorship After 2010 Season?

    As our ever-changing world continues to turn, we can easily look around to many, many changes that have taken place in our everyday lives...

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  20. Danica Patrick: Is All This Marketing a Cover-Up for Her Lack of Racing Skills?

    "She's not Dario Franchitti and she's not Tony Stewart. She's not really shown over there [in the Indy Racing League] and won races and done stuff over there numbers-wise. She's just a marketing machine...

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  21. Roger Penske Takes On "The Last Man Standing" Role in 2010

    With the 2010 NASCAR season just around the corner, there are some changes that will take some time getting used to. Changes that some of us are looking forward to and, of course, the ones that ...

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  22. Tony Meets the Duck With Kelloggs Going to Roush Fenway Racing In 2010

    After 16 years of riding on the hood as a primary sponsor for one NASCAR’s most successful organizations, Kellogg’s will be downsizing its commitment to the NASCAR series for the 2010 season, and will not return to the Hendrick Motorsports No...

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  23. Ken Schrader To Run Scott Speed's No. 82 in Daytona Shootout

    When NASCAR announced a revised format for this season’s Shootout race, two-time Shootout winner Ken Schrader came knocking on Red Bull Racing Team’s door. With Schrader’s past winner's spot, and a No...

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  24. A Successful 2010 Season for Dale Earnhardt Jr Just May Be a Number Away

    Numbers play a very hefty role in our society, and without them we would have no concept of time, or, more importantly, how would our employers know exactly what we are worth when signing our ...

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  25. Danica Patrick Debuts in Front Of her Future Million Dollar Club (humor)

    After putting in a 12-hour day at work, the ride home was no different than any other weekday because of the traffic that would slow the commute down to a snail's pace...

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