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Champions Avoid ’Dega Wild Card Woes

Champions Avoid ’Dega Wild Card Woes

Last season, Matt Kenseth headed to Talladega Superspeedway with a four-point standings lead. He left the Alabama track trailing Jimmie Johnson by the same margin following a 20th-place finish. Kenseth…

Ganassi Drivers Look To Play Spoiler For Second Straight Week

Ganassi Drivers Look To Play Spoiler For Second Straight Week

Chip Ganassi Racing drivers Jamie McMurray and Kyle Larson failed to make the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, but they may have impacted its results at Charlotte last week.…

Joe Gibbs Racing Trio Eyes Eliminator Round

Joe Gibbs Racing Trio Eyes Eliminator Round

Joe Gibbs Racing entered the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup with a little less fanfare than its Team Penske and Hendrick Motorsports counterparts. And rightfully so. Drivers from Team…

Analyzing NASCAR penalties after Charlotte

Of course, people who care, and a lot who probably don’t, are aware of the post-race fireworks following Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at…

Earnhardt Hopes To Rediscover Magic After Decade-Long ’Dega Drought

Earnhardt Hopes To Rediscover Magic After Decade-Long ’Dega Drought

Brad Keselowski and Jimmie Johnson are not the only pre-Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup favorites in danger of missing the eight-driver Eliminator Round. Dale Earnhardt Jr. is also in…

Big Names, Bigger Goal: Win and Advance, Or Else

Big Names, Bigger Goal: Win and Advance, Or Else

Jimmie Johnson (six) and Brad Keselowski (one) have accounted for seven of the last eight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships. The two drivers better hurry if either hopes to increase…