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Ultimate Sports Talk Show-November 5, 2015

Ultimate Sports Talk Show-November 5, 2015

Dave Mitchell November 5, 2015 Comments Off on Ultimate Sports Talk Show-November 5, 2015

http://c07d629e05d6363552e8-e38f6c57fee67faf2f775464056efd7a.r6.cf2.rackcdn.com/USTS11052015.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download The World Series is over and Mark Donahue speaks with your Host Dave Mitchell about the managerial changes around baseball and how the Royals beat the

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Jimmie Johnson Wins Fourth Career Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Jimmie Johnson Wins Fourth Career Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Ultimate Sports Talk May 26, 2014 Comments Off on Jimmie Johnson Wins Fourth Career Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway

  It was a flashback to the 2013 championship run in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday night as Jimmie Johnson passed Matt Kenseth with nine laps to go to win

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Jamie McMurray Wins NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Jamie McMurray Wins NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

Ultimate Sports Talk May 18, 2014 Comments Off on Jamie McMurray Wins NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway

It was a battle to remember for NASCAR fans everywhere as Jamie McMurray beat Carl Edwards on the final restart of the final segment of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race from Charlotte Motor

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Power Rankings: Hamlin Stands Tall After Talladega

Power Rankings: Hamlin Stands Tall After Talladega

Ultimate Sports Talk May 6, 2014 Comments Off on Power Rankings: Hamlin Stands Tall After Talladega

When the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series leaves Talladega Superspeedway, most drivers will say that they are elated to leave “The World’s Fastest Speedway.” But in reality, only one driver is truly happy when they

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Hendrick Motorsports: History and Expectations

Hendrick Motorsports: History and Expectations

Curtis Harvey February 11, 2014 Comments Off on Hendrick Motorsports: History and Expectations

Hendrick Motorsports has become the pinnacle of success in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. With more championships than any other owner, 11, along with the most successful and popular drivers in the sport today,

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Richard Petty Motorsports: History and Expectations

Richard Petty Motorsports: History and Expectations

Curtis Harvey February 7, 2014 Comments Off on Richard Petty Motorsports: History and Expectations

Before the 2014 season begins, let’s take a look back at some of the history of the biggest teams in the sport. First up is the oldest team in NASCAR, Richard Petty Motorsports. Petty

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Changes to Expect in 2014

Changes to Expect in 2014

Curtis Harvey January 23, 2014 Comments Off on Changes to Expect in 2014

Following a successful debut season for the generation 6 race car,  NASCAR looks to keep the momentum going in 2014. In their attempt to accomplish this, extensive off season testing was done, as well

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Race to The Chase: Pocono

Race to The Chase: Pocono

Curtis Harvey August 5, 2013 Comments Off on Race to The Chase: Pocono

Sunday’s win for Kasey Kahne all but locks him into the Chase, at the expense of his teammate having a safety net. Here’s the points breakdown.                

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Chase Implications: POCONO

Chase Implications: POCONO

Curtis Harvey August 1, 2013 Comments Off on Chase Implications: POCONO

Ah, Pocono. The Tricky Triangle that everyone loves to hate. Pocono has received a lot of attention by fans in recent years, but not in a good way. Many blame the odd shape of

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Race to the Chase: Indy

Race to the Chase: Indy

Curtis Harvey July 28, 2013 Comments Off on Race to the Chase: Indy

The Race to the Chase is heating up. After an emotional win by Ryan Newman in the Brickyard 400, there are now only 6 races remaining until the field is set for the playoffs.

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Which Sprint Cup Series Driver Has the Most to Prove the Rest of the Season?

Which Sprint Cup Series Driver Has the Most to Prove the Rest of the Season?

Ultimate Sports Talk July 25, 2013 Comments Off on Which Sprint Cup Series Driver Has the Most to Prove the Rest of the Season?

As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the Brickyard 400 this Sunday there are 17 of the 36 races remaining in the 2013 season. Motorsports 101’s writers debate which

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Chase Still Needs Adjustments

Chase Still Needs Adjustments

Curtis Harvey July 9, 2013 Comments Off on Chase Still Needs Adjustments

The NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup has been an ever evolving “playoff” system for the top tier division of NASCAR since 2004. It started as a very basic system, the top 10 drivers

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Toyota’s Engine Woes

Toyota’s Engine Woes

Curtis Harvey June 5, 2013 Comments Off on Toyota’s Engine Woes

“To finish first, you must first finish.” Dover marked the half-way point of the regular season in Sprint Cup. With 13 more races til the Chase cutoff there is still plenty of debate on

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Experiencing the Monster Mile

Experiencing the Monster Mile

Curtis Harvey June 3, 2013 Comments Off on Experiencing the Monster Mile

In my first visit to Dover International Speedway I witnessed Johnson make a mistake, Juan Pablo come up just short and mediocre cars finish up front while the top performers dropped off. Here’s a

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NASCAR Trends Following Charlotte

NASCAR Trends Following Charlotte

Curtis Harvey May 28, 2013 Comments Off on NASCAR Trends Following Charlotte

The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season has been a wild ride, but if you look closely you will find some clear trends as we near the mid way point of the regular season. Matt

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700 and Counting

700 and Counting

Curtis Harvey May 14, 2013 Comments Off on 700 and Counting

In 20 plus years and 700 starts Jeff Gordon has gone from “Wonder Boy” to “Big Daddy”, and has done so without becoming an “also ran”. Gordon’s 700 career starts after last Saturday’s Southern

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Harvick Wins Saturday Night Brawl in Richmond

Harvick Wins Saturday Night Brawl in Richmond

Curtis Harvey April 28, 2013 Comments Off on Harvick Wins Saturday Night Brawl in Richmond

In what can best be described as a total free for all, Kevin Harvick, “The Closer”, “Mr. Where-Did-He-Come-From?”, captured a statement win on the 3/4-mile Virginia short track. You could feel what was going

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Dominance Continues for Joe Gibbs and Hendrick

Dominance Continues for Joe Gibbs and Hendrick

Curtis Harvey April 22, 2013 Comments Off on Dominance Continues for Joe Gibbs and Hendrick

After 8 races it’s clear who the favorites are to win the 2013 Sprint Cup Championship: anyone driving for Joe Gibbs or Rick Hendrick. Combined, the two teams have won 7 of the races

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Can Early Success Lead to Chase Success for Kyle Busch?

Can Early Success Lead to Chase Success for Kyle Busch?

Curtis Harvey April 20, 2013 Comments Off on Can Early Success Lead to Chase Success for Kyle Busch?

The Busch brothers are two of the most alienating figures in the sport, but no one can deny their talent. Older brother Kurt has had a strange past few seasons in his attempt to

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Throwback Thursday: Texas

Throwback Thursday: Texas

Curtis Harvey April 11, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: Texas

The Texas Motor Speedway is another relatively young NASCAR track, born out of the 1990’s boom in the sport’s popularity. Because of that, this week’s throwback Thursday is more of a look at the history of

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