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Four-Of-A-Kind: Can Anyone Stop Busch From Four Straight?

Four-Of-A-Kind: Can Anyone Stop Busch From Four Straight?

Following the past three races at Bristol, the only sound fans have heard was Kyle Busch’s No. 54 Toyota engine screaming during his celebratory burnouts. Busch is ‘King’ when it comes to winning (a record 66 series wins) in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, and Bristol is one of his most successful tracks.  In 20 ...

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For Johnson, It’s All Or Nothing At Bristol

For Johnson, It’s All Or Nothing At Bristol

Jimmie Johnson put his Lowe’s sponsorship to good use on Sunday at Michigan. After the handle to his shifter broke, he attempted to change gears with a pair of pliers and a vice grip, a tough task while in park, never mind close to 200 mph. Largely due to the difficulty of the process, it didn’t work and Johnson ...

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Gordon In Driver’s Seat With Chase Looming

Gordon In Driver’s Seat With Chase Looming

Jeff Gordon has not won a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in 13 years. That’s after winning four titles in nine years. Gordon’s performance this season answers the above statements with one of his own: “Yeah. So what?” With just three races until the Chase begins, Gordon has turned back the clock. By bl ...

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Larson Eyes Chase Spot At Bristol

Larson Eyes Chase Spot At Bristol

Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Target Chevrolet smacked the wall in Michigan, ending his day early with a last-place finish – the repercussions of which were huge. Going into the race, he sat at 15th on the Chase Grid, on the fringe, but still above the qualifying line. Now, the 22-year-old mans the 19th position, trailing ...

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Night Riders: Kenseth, Kahne Looking To End 0-fer

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Matt Kenseth and Kasey Kahne waged one of the memorable battles from the 2013 season. For nearly 20 laps, two of NASCAR’s marquee talents ran side-by-side, inches apart, navigating Bristol’s high banks in a thrilling show of expertise and competitive desire. Kenseth won that race, like so many others during the 2 ...

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Blog by Amanda Vincent

Maybe we should cut Tony Stewart some slack

I’ve avoided writing about the Tony Stewart/Kevin Ward Jr. fatal incident at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York about a week and a half ago ad nauseam. Other than a report of the incident, one opinion piece and reports on fill-in drivers, I think I’ve remained pretty quite. Behind the scenes, though, I’ve been reading a lot of reports, commentaries, etc., from others; some I’ve agreed with wholeheartedly, while others make me somewhat ill, so to speak.

I’ll reiterate my opinion, and I’ll make it brief. I believe it was a tragic accident, and I’ll go on to say that by looking at that infamous video, admittedly, probably too many times, it doesn’t appear to me that Stewart even did anything wrong. I’ll also admit that I’m not expert in such matters, not even close. But that is my opinion, [...]

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Four-Of-A-Kind: Can Anyone Stop Busch From Four Straight?

Four-Of-A-Kind: Can Anyone Stop Busch From Four Straight?

Following the past three races at Bristol, the only sound fans have heard was Kyle Busch’s No. 54 Toyota engine screaming during his celebratory burnouts. Busch is…