1. Tony Stewart Could Very Well Be NASCAR's Driver of the Decade

    The 2009 season, as well as another decade of NASCAR racing, is ready for the history books. The champions of the sport have already been crowned, along with all the postseason awards that NASCAR has already handed out...

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  2. Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Wessa Miller Both Put Their Faith in a Copper Penny

    The date was Feb. 15, 1998, a date that many of us NASCAR fans vividly remember, as if it happened yesterday. It would be remembered as a special date, not only to Dale Earnhardt Sr’s devoted ...

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  3. Earnhardt Jr. Still Trying To Balance Popularity and On Track Performance

    The decree is once again out on one of NASCAR’s most popular, as well as the sports most underachieved, driver for this past season. Jr...

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  4. With Dale Earnhardt Sr., There Are No Comparisons

    "When I stopped, I looked at it and got in the ambulance and looked back over there and I said 'man, the wheels ain't knocked off that car yet,'" Earnhardt said. "I went back over there and looked at the wheels and I told the guy in the car to fire it up

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  5. To the Families of Sharon Hutchens and Donald "DJ" Richardson...

    The NASCAR family was hit hard during the holiday season first with the death of Sharon Hutchens, wife of Bobby Hutchens who is the Director of Competition at SHR on December 22, when she lost her bout with breast cancer at the age of 45...

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  6. Donald D.J. Richardson's Memorial Service Arrangements Set

    Funeral arrangements have been made for former Richard Childress Racing pit crew member Donald “D.J.” Richardson Jr., who passed away Dec. 25 in Massachusetts. The viewing will be Tuesday, Dec...

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  7. NASCAR Sprint Cup Offseason Gives Fans a Chance to Reflect on Our Own Memories

    Another NASCAR season is officially over, and now is the time as for us fans to make our own pit stops, and begin to search for the many golden nuggets that the drivers have left behind...

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  8. RCR Pit Crew Member D.J. Richardson Passes Away On December 25

    Richard Childress Racing pit crew member Donald “D.J.” Richardson, Jr., passed away December 25 in a Massachusetts hospital from complications of the H1N1 virus at the age of 37. Richardson, of Leominster , Mass...

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  9. Racing Director Bobby Hutchens' Wife Sharon Loses Bout To Breast Cancer

    The Stewart Hass Racing family was hit with some very devastating news on Tuesday night when Sharon Hutchens, wife of Bobby Hutchens who is the Director of Competition at SHR lost her bout with breast cancer...

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  10. Car Wrapping Isn't Just for Gift Giving Anymore

    Joey Logano had just qualified his No. 20 GameStop-sponsored Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota seventh, for the Saturday afternoon Nationwide race at Auto Club Speedway back on Feb. 29...

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  11. Will the No. 13 be Kyle Busch's Biggest Downfall for the 2010 Season?

      Kyle Busch the gambler? It does sound kind of odd that a driver who was born and raised in a city that is world famous for its gambling adventures, would even consider taking a chance that ...

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  12. Danica Patrick Set to Make Nationwide Debut at Auto Club Speedway

    Hollywood, California is known to throw some of the biggest bashes when it comes to announcing the next up-and-coming star, whether it be music, television, or sports...

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  13. Reid Takes Over at ESPN While Dr. Punch Heads Back To the Pit Action

    ESPN has announced that there will be some changes to the way the 2010 NASCAR season will be announced, beginning with the NASCAR Nationwide Series opener at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, Feb...

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  14. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Petty, and Brian France: I Am Not My Grandfather's Son

    What is it that Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Petty, and Brian France all have in common besides their affiliation with the NASCAR racing series? NASCAR as we already know has a very rich history ...

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  15. Kyle Busch Takes a Big Step in Life As the New Kid on the Block

    NASCAR Sprint cup driver and 2009 Nationwide champion Kyle Busch has made it official: He will become a Camping World Truck owner starting in 2010. Busch has made a commitment to bring two teams to the series, with a third team once sponsorship is secured

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  16. Hey Danica, Is This Really About NASCAR, or Just Showing You the Money?

    The writing was on the wall when Roger Penske signed JR Motorsports driver Brad Keselowski, who was the hottest prospect coming out of the Nationwide series, to a three year contract before the 2009 season even came to a close...

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  17. Chrissy Wallace Hoping for Return To GIR in 2010

    Chrissy Wallace arrived at Gateway International Speedway to take part in something other than a NASCAR race this past week...

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  18. Donald "D.J." Richardson Recovering in Massachusetts Hospital

    Richard Childress Racing pit crew member Donald “D.J.” Richardson is recovering in a Massachusetts hospital from severe complications due to the H1N1 virus. Richardson, 37, is a native of Leominster, Mass...

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  19. Greg Biffle Making His Off-Road Debut on Saturday in Vegas Race

    Greg Biffle, driver of the No. 16 3M Ford Fusion who finished seventh overall in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, will be competing in the first off-road race of his career when he competes in Saturday’s Henderson Fabtech Desert Classic...

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  20. NASCAR Fever Hits Epidemic Proportions (HUMOR)

    The end of the season is finally here, and once again the fans will begin complaining about a mysterious illness that only surfaces after the season is over...

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  21. NASCAR's Love for Stickers Continues To Stick Around

    Do you remember as kid growing up that un-profound love that you had for stickers? You would put them anywhere there was an open spot, on your school books, lunchboxes, bikes, lockers, and they even showed up on your dad and mom’s new car...

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  22. At The Age Of 19: Joey Logano Makes History Of His Own

    With all the publicity surrounding Jimmie Johnson’s historic accomplishment of winning four championships in a row along with Hendrick Motorsports capturing the top three spots in the Sprint cup point standings, a major story has gone almost unnoticed...

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  23. Is Winning a Nationwide Championship the Best Option?

    Dale Earnhardt Sr. won the first ever Busch Series race as it was called back in 1982 as a full-time cup driver; and since then many of the cup drivers have used the series to either get more ...

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  24. *Jimmie Johnson Becomes Four-Time NASCAR Champion: The Symbol of Excellence?

    The 2009 season has just ended as most fans thought it would: Jimmie Johnson, driver of the No. 48 Lowe's sponsored Chevrolet, making history by winning his fourth championship in a row...

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  25. Roush Fenway Hoping To End Season The Way It Started: With a Victory

    When Roush Fenway Racing began the 2009 season at Daytona International Speedway, the only goal in mind was to get all five of the team’s drivers into contention to bring a championship back ...

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