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Throwback Thursday: Hendrick Motorsports at Martinsville

Throwback Thursday: Hendrick Motorsports at Martinsville

Curtis Harvey April 4, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: Hendrick Motorsports at Martinsville

The short track of Martinsville Speedway has been around since 1947, and no one has matched the success at the track by Mr. H. Rick Hendrick has so much history at the track that

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Biggest NASCAR Headlines of 2013 So Far

Biggest NASCAR Headlines of 2013 So Far

Curtis Harvey March 28, 2013 Comments Off on Biggest NASCAR Headlines of 2013 So Far

Its been a wild start to the 2013 NASCAR season. The new car along with new rivalries has created incredible on track and off track action. Added intrigue has come from some of the

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NASCAR March Madness

NASCAR March Madness

Curtis Harvey March 25, 2013 Comments Off on NASCAR March Madness

UPDATE: Denny Hamlin has a compression fracture in his back and will be evaluated this week This year’s NCAA March Madness tournament has been full of upsets and crazy finishes. Not to be outdone, NASCAR’s

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Sleepers for the 2013 Chase for the Cup

Sleepers for the 2013 Chase for the Cup

Scott March 21, 2013 Comments Off on Sleepers for the 2013 Chase for the Cup

By Jack Payton, Tires-Easy Every year there are a few surprise contenders for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship, drivers who at the beginning of the year were off of most people’s radar, yet by

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Throwback Thursday: California 1997

Throwback Thursday: California 1997

Curtis Harvey March 21, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: California 1997

This weekend the Sprint Cup series goes back out west to the Auto Club Speedway, previously the California Speedway. In 1997 California opened as a result of NASCAR’s increased population in the decade and

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NASCAR should try to keep its star drivers happy

NASCAR should try to keep its star drivers happy

Ultimate Sports Talk March 16, 2013 Comments Off on NASCAR should try to keep its star drivers happy

Denny Hamlin never got his day in court. But the manner in which his brief war with NASCAR ended might as well have unfolded in a high-profile trial of banging gavels and arguing attorneys

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Throwback Thursday: Bristol 2007

Throwback Thursday: Bristol 2007

Curtis Harvey March 14, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: Bristol 2007

Bristol. Known for its habit of bringing out tempers and chaos, Bristol has plenty of heritage and great races to look back on, especially the ones run under the lights. Unfortunately, along with NASCAR

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Kenseth Wins, Gen-6 Impresses at Vegas

Kenseth Wins, Gen-6 Impresses at Vegas

Curtis Harvey March 10, 2013 Comments Off on Kenseth Wins, Gen-6 Impresses at Vegas

Happy Birthday to Matt Kenseth! On his 41st birthday Kenseth gets his first win for Joe Gibbs racing at a packed house in Vegas, holding off the dominant Kasey Kahne. Kenseth has shown speed

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Throwback Thursday: Las Vegas 2011

Throwback Thursday: Las Vegas 2011

Curtis Harvey March 7, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: Las Vegas 2011

After snapping his 70 race winless streak last week at Phoenix, the second time that he’s broken such a streak there, Carl Edwards goes back to the location of his last win before the

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Edwards Snaps 70 Race Winless Streak

Edwards Snaps 70 Race Winless Streak

Curtis Harvey March 4, 2013 Comments Off on Edwards Snaps 70 Race Winless Streak

It’s been a rough two years for Carl Edwards, one of the more likable and talented drivers in the Sprint Cup series is coming off of a season in which he failed to win a race

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Throwback Thursday: Phoenix 1988

Throwback Thursday: Phoenix 1988

Curtis Harvey February 28, 2013 Comments Off on Throwback Thursday: Phoenix 1988

As NASCAR heads to Phoenix we take a look back at the importance of its inaugural race, the 1988 Checker 500. Many don’t realize how much of an underdog, or “Underbird” as his 1992 Ford

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Reactions From Daytona

Reactions From Daytona

Curtis Harvey February 25, 2013 Comments Off on Reactions From Daytona

From a ratings standpoint the 55th running of the Daytona 500 in the new Gen-6 car was a huge success, with a 30% increase in TV viewership than last season’s running. What about from

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Can Harvick Sweep Daytona?

Can Harvick Sweep Daytona?

Curtis Harvey February 22, 2013 Comments Off on Can Harvick Sweep Daytona?

Ever since 1979 NASCAR has run the Shootout (Now the Sprint Unlimited), the Duel qualifying races and the Daytona 500 in a multi-week celebration of the start of a new season. This is great

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12 Years Later, Dale Earnhardt Still Impacts NASCAR

12 Years Later, Dale Earnhardt Still Impacts NASCAR

Curtis Harvey February 18, 2013 Comments Off on 12 Years Later, Dale Earnhardt Still Impacts NASCAR

Today marks the 12th anniversary of the death of “The Intimidator”, Dale Earnhardt Sr. It’s amazing to see how much much has changed, and how much hasn’t, in the sport he helped define since that fatal

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Danica Patrick Qualifies in Pole Position for Daytona 500

Danica Patrick Qualifies in Pole Position for Daytona 500

Ultimate Sports Talk February 17, 2013 Comments Off on Danica Patrick Qualifies in Pole Position for Daytona 500

After running fast all weekend, Danica Patrick put in a lap of 196.43mph resulting in 45.81 seconds around Daytona International Speedway. The effort won her pole position, becoming the first woman in the history

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Anticipation Builds for 2013 NASCAR Season

Anticipation Builds for 2013 NASCAR Season

Curtis Harvey February 16, 2013 Comments Off on Anticipation Builds for 2013 NASCAR Season

NASCAR is back for the 2013 season, and with it comes all the hype of the “Gen-6” race car, Danica Patrick’s first full time season, intriguing driver and team changes, a charismatic defending champion

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Can Pocono Changes Create Excitement?

Can Pocono Changes Create Excitement?

Curtis Harvey June 7, 2012 Comments Off on Can Pocono Changes Create Excitement?

The regular season is halfway over, and there are still a ton of questions. Who is the favorite to win the championship? Can Dale Earnhardt break his winless streak? Will Carl Edwards become relevant

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Look Who’s Back

Look Who’s Back

Andrew Shaver June 5, 2012 Comments Off on Look Who’s Back

Rest assured race fans, Jimmie Johnson isn’t hard to find. Especially when sporting his new rainbow wig for the Madagascar 3 movie promotion. The first part of the 2012 season heard whispers of the

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Chevy and Toyota Unveil 2013 Sprint Cup Details

Chevy and Toyota Unveil 2013 Sprint Cup Details

Curtis Harvey May 22, 2012 Comments Off on Chevy and Toyota Unveil 2013 Sprint Cup Details

Both Ford and Dodge have had their moment in the spotlight with their 2013 Sprint Cup car unveilings. Ford was the first out of the gate, showing off the new look Fusion production car and

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Logano slips past Kyle Busch for last-second win at Talladega

Logano slips past Kyle Busch for last-second win at Talladega

Ultimate Sports Talk May 5, 2012 Comments Off on Logano slips past Kyle Busch for last-second win at Talladega

Article Republished Courtesy of NASCAR Wire Service. TALLADEGA, Ala. — With a slingshot move past Sprint Cup teammate Kyle Busch five laps into overtime, Joey Logano won the Aaron’s 312 on Saturday at Talladega

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