1. Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500 Nascar Results

    If you missed the Sunoco Red Cross Pennsylvania 500, you didn’t miss much as far as your typical Pocono races go. It rained, the sun came out, it warmed up a little, then it rained again and cooled off...

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  2. NASCAR: No Longer a Legitimate Sport

    It is official: NASCAR has fallen as a legitimate sport and is now occupying the same genre as the WWE. It has become a former sport that we now know is purely for entertainment value only...

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  3. NASCAR's First Female Phenom: Janet Guthrie

    Long before Danica Patrick ever even thought about becoming a race car driver, a woman by the name of Janet Guthrie was busily setting the racing world on its ear with her passion and zeal for excitement...

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  4. NASCAR: The Evolution of the Sport (2006-Present)

    In 2006, the International Speedway Corporation announced that the NASCAR Hall of Fame would be built in Charlotte, N.C...

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  5. NASCAR: The Evolution of the Sport (2001-2005)

    In 2001, the Dodge division of Chrysler Corp. announced it would return to NASCAR Cup Series racing for the first time since the late 1970s. They assembled a formidable team...

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  6. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1995-2000)

    NASCAR, as a sport, was experiencing a burst of growth in 1995, both at its corporate headquarters and because of a successful new race, the Brickyard 400, held for the first time in 1994 in Indianapolis...

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  7. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1990-1994)

    The 1990 NASCAR Winston Cup season arrived with NASCAR's wheels churning progressively forward. Several motivated, energetic, youthful drivers were pressing the seasoned veterans for membership in the elite status of NASCAR Winston Cup racing...

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  8. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1986-1989)

      Dale Earnhardt, NASCAR's darling youngster in the early 1980s, rebounded during the 1986 NASCAR Winston Cup season from a few sluggish years after his electrifying championship as a sophomore in 1980...

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  9. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1980-1985)

    The 1980 NASCAR Winston Cup season began with a refreshing outlook for a sport that had endured a tumultuous trek through peaks and valleys in the preceding 10 years...

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  10. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1976-1979)

    The 1976 NASCAR Winston Cup season was filled with heart-stopping moments, from a last-lap crash between Richard Petty and David Pearson in the Daytona 500 to one between Dale Earnhardt and Dick Brooks at Atlanta International Raceway...

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  11. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1970-1975)

    Auto racing—particularly the NASCAR Grand National tour—in the United States was billed as "The Sport of the 1970s" as the new decade approached...

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  12. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1965-1969)

    On Oct. 19, 1964, NASCAR issued new rules for the 1965 NASCAR Grand National campaign designed to curb speeds and increase the focus on safety...

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  13. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1960-1964)

    By the 1960 NASCAR Grand National season, work had already begun on new supertracks in Atlanta, Charlotte, and Hanford, Calif...

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  14. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1950-1959)

    In the earliest days of stock car racing, horsepower was king. The bigger and badder the engine, the better the driver's chances were of winning and dominating races...

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  15. NASCAR: The Evolution Of The Sport (1948-1950's)

    With the 2009 season at a close, and Daytona just over a month away, I thought this might be a good time for an evolutionary look at the "stock car" through history...

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  16. NASCAR Woes: All-Star Challenge Needs a Facelift

    Let’s face it, NASCAR’s All–Star Challenge needs a facelift. This tired excuse for an All-Star event has lost its luster from years past...

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