Desperation in the Chase Means There Are No Rules

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In one move, the strongest car was eliminated, a historic victory was forgotten, the Chase picture was unraveled and a calm race turned chaotic. Those were the end results of Brad Keselowski’s bold move in the final laps of the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. But how did we […] READ MORE


Talladega Superspeedway: Where No Driver is Safe

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In less than 24 hours, the drivers of the NASCAR Sprint Cup will compete in a 500-mile chess game at the world’s fastest superspeedway. And for those 500 miles, no driver will know their true racing fate until they cross the start/finish line for the final time. Since its first race in 1969, the Talladega […] READ MORE


The Hollywood Casino 400: A Race about Survival

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For several weeks, many in the NASCAR community have been anxiously waiting the start of the 500-mile lottery at the Talladega Superspeedway, fearing that any of the remaining 12 Chasers could be ultimately knocked out at the most unpredictable track in the sport. Yet, it was Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway that may […] READ MORE


Atlanta Motor Speedway: The Epitome of Racing

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When the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series hit the high banks of the Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night, it will mark the start of the 25th race of the 2014 season. Yet despite its late summer start, this race will likely turn out to be the most exciting and enjoyable event of the season. […] READ MORE


A.J. Allmendinger: A Long Ride to Redemption

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For California’s A.J. Allmendinger, the road to success in NASCAR’s top division has been a long, crooked, and difficult road, much like the one he drove on Sunday. But after a challenging last few years – to say the least – Allmendinger finally got to enjoy a major triumph on Sunday afternoon with his first […] READ MORE


The Brickyard 400: Where the Cream Rises to the Top

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When the green flag drops to start the 20th running of the Brickyard 400, 43 of world’s best racecar drivers will have a chance to make racing history. But as history has shown, only a handful of them will truly have a shot at cementing a legacy amongst racing’s elite. In the 19 previous runnings […] READ MORE


NASCAR Racing Alliance: Double-Edge Sword for the Sport

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Last week it was announced that the top nine race teams had formed for the first time in the history of NASCAR a single group that would help oversee some of the largest issues in the sport. In the time since the announcement, many individuals have tried to understand the meaning of this formation, yet […] READ MORE


2014 Sprint Cup: Hendrick Motorsports to Lose

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When the green flag waves on Sunday for the start of the Quicken Loans 400 at Michigan International Speedway, Hendrick Motorsports will be seeking its fifth consecutive victory in NASCAR’s top level. Whether this attempt ends in success or failure will be a moot point, because the dominance demonstrated by the Hendrick cars in the […] READ MORE


Winning at Pocono: It's Not about Perfection

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The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series deals with different challenges on a weekly basis as each racetrack presents new elements and characteristics. But when the series races at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa. on Sunday, the 43-driver field will face some of biggest challenges of the season from one of NASCAR’s longest and strangest tracks. […] READ MORE