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Surprising and Not Surprising: Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte

In the NASCAR season’s longest race of the year, here is what was surprising and not surprising from the 53rd running of the Coca Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Surprising and Not Surprising: Darlington Bojangles Southern 500

With the NASCAR moms getting the race started with the command, here is what was surprising and not surprising from the 63rd annual Bojangles’ Southern 500.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Talladega

Kenseth led with one lap to go at Talladega, but was passed by Brad Keselowski, benefitting from a huge push from Kyle Busch. Kenseth settled for third, and advanced one place in the point standings to second, seven behind Greg Biffle.

Simple Physics spoils Talladega

For a long time I have said of Talladega and Daytona that they are multi-million dollar junk yards. This year was no different but this time it could all be laid at NASCAR’s feet.

Green-White-Checkered Needs To Go

One of my former managers offered this sage advice: “It’s all fun and games until somebody gets hurt”. I scoffed at his suggestion at the time—no one had ever gotten hurt stocking canned corn.

Michael Annett Is Flying High Yet Under the Radar

At Texas Motor Speedway, Michael Annett scored his second top-10 and fifth top-15 finish in just six races with his new team, Richard Petty Motorsports. And with that good run, he officially moved up two spots to fifth in the Nationwide Series point standings.

Goody’s Fast Relief 500 Review: How It All Changes In An Instant

When the green flag dropped at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday, Kevin Harvick stole the lead from Kasey Kahne and looked to continue his domination.

Danica Patrick to take on Prelude to the Dream

Danica Patrick announced that she would be running in this year’s prelude to the dream. A lot of people were concerned about her running it, however her Sprint Cup Series car owner Tony Stewart says he’s excited about it.

Elliot Sadler Wins 30th Annual FORD EcoBoost 300

It looked like a Joe Gibbs Racing day early but a late-race call by Crew Chief Lucas Lambert that was the call of the day to score the win for the OneMain Financial team.

Daytona 500 Review: The Good, The Bad, and The Jet Dryer

The 2012 Daytona 500 is one that will go down in history as being the longest and most bizarre races of all time. The race was post-poned on two occasions due to a downpour of rain.

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