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Surprising and Not Surprising: Coke Zero 400

From drivers on ‘baby watch’ to the suspension of A.J. Allmendinger for failing his random substance abuse test, here is what else was surprising and not surprising from the Coke Zero 400 powered by Coca-Cola at Daytona.

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.

Sam Hornish Jr.: I feel like we’re going to continue to work hard

After not having the warranted success at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series level, Sam Hornish Jr. took a step back to the NASCAR Nationwide Series to spend some more time learning. Hornish proved his talent last year, winning the second last race of the season at Phoenix.

Surprising and Not Surprising: Kobalt Tools 500

With NASCAR traveling to the ‘Valley of the Sun’ for the next to the last race of the season, it was no surprise that the reconfigured race track was soaked instead with liquid sunshine.

5-hour Energy 500 at Pocono Raceway Preview

Pocono may just be the most interesting race track. No other track has three different straightaways of different lengths and three completely different corners. This creates a challenge for both driver and crew.

Penske Racing announces sponsorship for Busch, Hornish and Keselowski

Kurt Busch joins Coca-Cola Racing Family Kurt Busch, the 2004 Sprint Cup Series champion, will join the Coca-Cola Racing family of drivers for the 2011...

Steven Wallace to Run the Daytona 500, Sam Hornish Jr. Without Cup Ride? No Way!

Folks, the headline may be hard to believe—but it is true. Well, okay, most of you would believe the second half of the headline, but not the first half.

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