1. Piquet Nation's Debut at Daytona

    Not to be confused with the currently popular PK Nation (fans of Penske driver Parker Kligerman), Piquet Nation may well be on the verge of creation after former F1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr...

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  2. One Month Left: Some Notes About The 2010 NASCAR Season

    PRISM Motorsports Back With Two Cars In 2010 PRISM Motorsports, owned by Phil Parsons and Randy Humphrey, announced that not only will they return to Sprint Cup competition in 2010 with the No...

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  3. Versus Network To Broadcast 10 Modified Races in 2010

    It was announced Tuesday night on Speed 51 radio that 10 races currently split between the NASCAR Whelen Modified and Southern Modified Tours will be televised on a tape delay basis in one-hour long programs on the Versus network...

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  4. Nascar Young Gun C.E. Falk Prepares To Challenge for National Title in 2010

    To say that 2009 was a banner year for young driver C.E. Falk would really be an understatement. Running in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in Late Model Stock competition in Virginia and ...

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  5. History Channel Strikes Gold with "Madhouse"

    Love it or hate it, the History Channel has hit pure television gold with their newest show "Madhouse," which follows a set of drivers racing in one of the roughest and toughest divisions at ...

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  6. One Night, Two Wins for CE Falk

    The quote, "when you're on, you're on," is the best description for talking about the way CE Falk went about bringing home his ninth and tenth wins of the 2009 season in NASCAR Whelen All-American Late Model Stock competition at Langley Speedway...

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  7. Fantasy NASCAR Report: New Hampshire Edition

    Here are my weekly five picks for this weekend's race in Loudon, NH. Denny Hamlin Hamlin has been working hard at getting his season turned back in the right direction so that he can earn his ...

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  8. Toyota/Save Mart 350 Studs and Duds

    First road race of the 2009 season and it was a thriller filled with double-file restarts, spins, off-roading, near misses with the turn four wall, and lots of beating and banging...

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  9. Ted Christopher to Attempt Cup Race at New Hampshire

    The 2008 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Champion, whom has raced and won in almost every type of car from SK Modifieds to Late Models to Camping World East Series, will make his return to Sprint ...

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  10. Milwaukee: Camping World and Nationwide Series Drivers to Watch

    The Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series are off on there own this weekend in Milwaukee, Wisc. for the NorthernTool.com 250 and the Copart 200 while the Cup teams are off turning right in Sonoma...

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  11. This Week in NASCAR's Top Three: June 18, 2009

    Camping World Truck SeriesLast WeekColin Braun took the lead with 24 laps to go to win his first CWTS race in 35 starts and bring the 50th CWTS trophy back to the Roush Fenway Racing garage...

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  12. P.J. Jones to Run Infineon For RGM

    P.J. Jones, who made his Sprint Cup debut in a six race stint for Harry Melling back in 1993, will attempt to make his first start since Watkins Glen in 2008 when he ran for Hall of Fame Racing this weekend in a second car for Robby Gordon Motorsports...

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  13. Fantasy NASCAR Report: Infineon Edition

    Turning right on purpose for the first time this year as the Cup teams make the long trip cross country to Infineon Speedway out in Sonoma, CA for the Toyota/Save Mart 350...

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  14. NASCAR Studs and Duds: LifeLock 400

    Studs Mark Martin Mark is having the kind of year that in the past would be having him say the word "awesome" more times than any person could count and for good reason...

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  15. The Racing Family Has Lost Another Brother

    Following a very hard crash in the closing laps of Sunday's NASCAR Mexico Series race at Autodromo Miguel E. Abed, former series champion Carlos Pardo was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead...

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  16. Ganassi to Sign Danica Patrick?

    I know what you're thinking, "Patrick in a Earnhardt Ganassi Chevy, does this mean Truex is definitely leaving?" Well not exactly...

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  17. This Week in NASCAR's Top Three: June 10th, 2009

    A quick overview of notes from last week's races, a look into this week's races, and the current news of all three of NASCAR's premier divisions. Camping World Truck Series Last week Todd Bodine took his Copart...

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  18. NASCAR Drivers Feeling the Heat, Take Two

    As we sit 14 races into the 2009 Sprint Cup season and rumors begin to swirl around the Cup garage about who will be where with what sponsor in 2010 I wanted to take a look at some drivers who may be feeling the Silly Season pressure for various reasons..

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  19. Fantasy NASCAR Report: Michigan Edition

    Welcome back for another week of my predictions for NASCAR's premier division as the boys make the trip up to Michigan for the Lifelock 400, race 15 of the 36 race schedule...

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  20. Pocono 500 Studs and Duds

    Here is a look at the people who left Pocono smelling like roses and the guys who left wondering what the heck happened to their weekends. Studs Tony Stewart From first to worst back to first all over the course of one weekend...

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  21. Fantasy NASCAR Report: Pocono Edition

    Here are five drivers to watch in this Sunday's Pocono 500 from the long and very difficult tri-oval in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Mark Martin Mark has more experience at Pocono than most of the drivers in this weekend's event have wins...

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  22. This Week in NASCAR's Top Three: June 4, 2009

    News and notes for NASCAR's top three series after a tough weekend at the Monster Mile in the first state of Delaware...

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  23. NASCAR Going to Double-File Restarts

    Starting with this weekend's races, NASCAR will officially be adopting double-file restarts for all restarts in the Sprint Cup, Nationwide, and Camping World Truck series...

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  24. Spring Semester Rookie Progress Reports: Part One—Camping World Trucks

    Well, it's June and the race season is about 1/3 of the way through for NASCAR's top three series. Let's take a minute to look at each rookie and grade his performance for the 2009 season and his prospects for the future...

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  25. Autism Speaks 400: Winners and Losers

    Interesting day at the infamous Monster Mile in our nation's first state here's a look at those who left smiling and those who got bit by the monster...

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