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Chase Storylines Worth Watching

Chase Storylines Worth Watching

The Jimmie Johnsons and Brad Keselowskis of the world have been getting most of the “favorite” votes, but here are some other drivers to watch: Kevin Harvick: On Tuesday, Stewart-Haas…

Penske The Favorite? Hendrick Motorsports Might Disagree

Penske The Favorite? Hendrick Motorsports Might Disagree

It’s hard to argue against a Hendrick Motorsports driver winning the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Since Jeff Gordon won the organization its first Sprint Cup championship in 1995,…

Joe Gibbs Racing: Dark Horse?

Joe Gibbs Racing: Dark Horse?

All the attention going into the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup has been on the drivers from Hendrick Motorsports and Team Penske – and rightfully so. They do own…

White Hot Team Penske Enters Chase As Championship Threat

White Hot Team Penske Enters Chase As Championship Threat

Brad Keselowski has bounced back in a big way this year. After failing to defend his 2012 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup title in a disappointing 2013 campaign when…

Some NASCAR championship predictions

  In my post on Sunday, I suggested office/friendly Chase grid pools, inspired by NCAA bracket pool competitions. This isn’t a pool, per se, but NASCAR is holding a contest…

NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the MyAfibStory.com 400

NASCAR Statistical Advance: Analyzing the MyAfibStory.com 400

Below is a look at the performances of the 16 Challengers at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois going into the MyAfibStory.com 400, the first race in the Chase for the…