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Keselowski probably deserves harder look

Listening to NASCAR round table discussions on TV and such, I can’t help but wonder, is Brad Keselowski receiving the respect and looks he deserves as the Sprint Cup Series…

Finch, Allmendinger: perfect match for ’13?

Since his return to NASCAR’s good graces, once-fallen Sprint Cup Series driver A.J. Allmendinger has been working on his future. After all, he lost his ride with Penske Racing back…

Should Junior come back now?

He’s baaaack, or at least he will be in a few days. Hendrick Motorsports released the following statement on Tuesday: “Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been medically cleared to return to…

Brian Scott: JGR guinea pig?

When you’re not in contention for a series championship and not expected to return to the same team the following year, you’re apparently relegated to team guinea pig in the…

Rookie battles not what they used to be

With five races remaining in the 2012 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, it’s way too early to start engraving trophies, especially the trophy for the eventual champion and the…

Next year’s going to be a lot different

NASCAR’s sure going to look different next year, and I’m not just talking about the cars. Yes, the Sprint Cup Series will get a facelift come Daytona in February, but…

How many others have suffered in silence, afraid of being taken out of the car?

The biggest NASCAR news in the last few days has had nothing to do with winning a race, claiming a points lead, or anything like that. Instead, the most popular…

Dropping to back not racing but good strategy, I guess

When it comes to racing at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, nobody wants to be in the middle — you know, that area around mid-pack. Actually, that also goes for racing at…

Racers recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the United States. You may be wondering why I would bring that up here on a motorsport website, but the reasons are…

Motorsports world loses a great

The motorsports world lost one of, if not the greatest, of motorsports journalists Friday morning. Chris Economaki, known as the “Dean of American Motorsports,” died at the age of 91.…