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A points system an Alabama mathematician can work out

It has been an interesting off-season in NASCAR, and I'm not just talking about the snow in Dallas. We learned things, like the best mathematicians hail from such places as Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, and the Carolinas.

NASCAR’s Digital Fan Clubs Who is best? Who is biggest? Who has the best value?

The biggest site is not the best site. The best is not whose you might think. The most well known is light years behind and disappointing. And by the replies from the organizations combined with their sites the drivers who are most committed to their fans would perhaps surprise you. But perhaps the biggest surprise is who has the biggest following behind them.

NASCAR By the Numbers: Day 14 in the Countdown to the DAYTONA 500

Number 14 - Number of Sprint Cup wins held by each Kevin Harvick and Ryan Newman.

Fourth Turn, A Fan’s Perspective …. Post Season Withdrawal

The fan’s grow restless it’s been 3 weeks since the engines fired. The minds of NASCAR fans are searching for a way to fill the void. The chat rooms and message boards are running qualifying lap speeds and still the matrixing has begun.

NASCAR’s Final Chapter of 2010: Horseshoes, Hand Grenades and Hope

The Daytona 500 may still be months away, but fans, media and the drivers themselves are already gearing up for the 2011 season. After the wild ride that we took in 2010, how could next year possibly compare?

2010 Championship Week Preview: Hamlin, Harvick, Johnson gunning for the title

In recent years, Jimmie Johnson had a three-digit points lead and only needed to finish the race to win yet another Sprint Cup Series title. Things have changed — drastically.

Realtree to Sponsor Harvick, No. 29 Team at Talladega

Realtree will be the primary sponsor of Richard Childress Racing's No. 29 Chevrolet team with driver Kevin Harvick for the Oct. 31 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AMP Energy 500 at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.

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