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NASCAR news archive 2009

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NASCAR News | April 2, 2010

 

Ambrose, the Tasmanian Devil, feeling at home in U.S.

By Jay Hart
April 2, 2010


He was a championship driver in his native Australia, but Marcos Ambrose wanted to compete against the best. So he packed up his things and moved to America. Five years later, he’s living the dream.

Ambrose talked about the switch to Sprint Cup Racing, what his country thinks of NASCAR and what’s really Australian for beer:

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Ol' wily NASCAR veterans deliver... "The Message"

By Marty Smith
April 2, 2010


The Message: It is more fire alarm at 3 a.m. than mere wake-up call.

And it is a rite of passage in the Sprint Cup Series.

Young hotshots come in cocky and aggressive and without much concern for who may care; they race like they're entitled. They're anything but, of course. And eventually they overstep their bounds, and an ol' wily veteran gets fed up with it and steps up and delivers The Message:

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NASCAR News | March 25, 2010

 

Who are NASCAR’s highest paid drivers?

By Kurt Badenhausen
March 25, 2010


Hendrick Motorsports dominated the action on the track last year and captured the top three spots in the NASCAR Sprint Cup standings. Yet none of those three drivers could top the fourth driver in Hendrick’s stable when it came to earnings prowess.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is NASCAR’s highest-paid driver for a second straight year with earnings of $30 million in 2009.

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NASCAR’s March Madness, sans the Cinderellas

By Tom Bowles
March 25, 2010


Cornell. Butler. Northern Iowa. These names may ring hollow for 11 months out of the year, but in March they became synonymous with the Cinderella stories thrilling college basketball fans during the NCAA tournament.

It was those types of underdog vs. favorite matchups that NASCAR once sold to the masses on a weekly basis. But as the series heads to Martinsville this weekend, it's faced with a real-life March Madness all its own.

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NASCAR News | March 21, 2010

 

History is Johnson’s biggest challenger

By Jay Hart
March 21, 2010


In 14 words, Kurt Busch summed up the prevailing sentiment of the entire NASCAR nation: “I’d rather lose to any other 41 cars out there than this 48 car.”

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Fan-friendly events set for All-Star Week in May

March 21, 2010


Daytonna Beach, FL — The days leading up to the 26th running of the Sprint All-Star Race are filled with a variety of fan-friendly activities that should help set the stage for one of sports' most exciting all-star events.

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NASCAR News | March 19, 2010

 

Tony Stewart's not in a mood for media-room chit-chat

By Jay Busbee
March 19, 2010


Ah, Tony Stewart. We were all so worried once you became an owner that you'd get soft, that you'd leave Evil Tony in the mists of history and become a kinder, gentler Smoke.

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Edwards, Harvick renewing their feud

By Jay Busbee
March 19, 2010


So much for a boring NASCAR. All of a sudden, the sport is starting to resemble the mid-90s west coast/east coast gangsta rap war. Eventually, everyone's gonna have to take a side.

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NASCAR News | March 15, 2010

 

Interesting start to season sure to continue at Bristol

By Joe Menzer
March 15, 2010


Bristol, TN — Folks can say what they want—and certainly there are many opinions floating about on many issues—but one fact is indisputable about this young Sprint Cup season.

It sure has been interesting.

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Keselowski vows not to change after Edwards crash

By Jenna Fryer
March 15, 2010


Charlotte, NC — Glued to Carl Edwards' bumper as they raced for the lead around Talladega Superspeedway, young Brad Keselowski showed no signs of letting off the gas pedal. He peeked high, and Edwards cut him off, then ducked low to try to pass.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive March 9, 2010

 

NASCAR puts Carl Edwards on probation for 3 races

By JENNA FRYER
March 9, 2010


Charlotte, NC — Sticking with its "boys, have at it" attitude, NASCAR placed Carl Edwards on probation for three races Tuesday for deliberately wrecking Brad Keselowski's car last weekend in Atlanta.

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Sadler says tire was fine for Atlanta

Associated Press
March 9, 2010


Darlington, SC — Elliott Sadler had no complaints for Goodyear, only for those drivers griping about the manufacturer.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive March 5, 2010

 

Earnhardt sits on pole in Atlanta

Associated Press
March 5, 2010


Hampton, GA — Dale Earnhardt Jr. is on the pole for the first time in nearly two years. He's hoping it will lead to Victory Lane.

Earnhardt claimed the pole Friday night for the Kobalt Tools 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway with a blistering speed of 192.761 mph.

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NASCAR needs some rivalries to stir it up

By Paul Newberry
March 5, 2010


Hampton, GA — The drivers keep saying how much the racing has improved in the opening month of the NASCAR season, yet there’s all sorts of evidence that defies their optimism.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive March 2, 2010

 

Crunching numbers after Las Vegas

By Matt Willis
March 2, 2010


Las Vegas, NV — Cold is such a relative thing.

On Saturday, during the Nationwide Series broadcast, they were talking about how chilly it was in Las Vegas, with temperatures in the high 50s and low 60s. On Monday, I put my windows down on my drive to work here in Bristol, Conn., because the temperatures hit 40. Spring is here!

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Jeff Gordon must be frustrated by success

By Mike Brudenell
March 2, 2010


“Anything you can do I can do better,” wrote songwriter Irving Berlin.

Seems Jimmie Johnson is living up to that, particularly when it involves Hendrick Motorsports teammate Jeff Gordon.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 21, 2010

 

Danica Experiment meets reality

By Jay Hart
February 21, 2010


Fontana, CA — Midway through Round 2 of the Danica Patrick Stock Car Experiment, crew chief Tony Eury Jr. radioed to his driver that “it’s all a learning experience.”

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Johnson and team back to business as usual at ACS

By Joe Menzer
February 21, 2010


Fontana, CA. — There isn't much that can cheer up a disappointed Jimmie Johnson as quickly as a trip to Auto Club Speedway.

Heck, the way Johnson has acted this weekend at the 2-mile track, you wouldn't know by watching the four-time defending Cup champion that he's coming off a 35th-place finish in the season-opening Daytona 500.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 15, 2010

 

Thrilling finish to a long Daytona 500

By Jay Hart
February 15, 2010


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Years ago, Ken Squier dubbed the Daytona 500 “The Great American Race,” and until recently he couldn’t have been more right.

It is quintessentially American – really big, really fast, sometimes flawed, but most of all, anyone, when given a chance, can win – even Jamie McMurray.

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NASCAR’s marquee attractions exit early

By Jay Busbee
February 14, 2010


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR got a hard lesson in the perils of celebrity worship Saturday.

The Drive4COPD 300 was the most anticipated race in NASCAR’s “minor league” Nationwide Series in years, possibly ever. It marked the NASCAR debut of Danica Patrick, veteran of both IndyCar racing and provocative commercials.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 14, 2010

 

Danica Patrick crashes in tough day at Daytona

By Andrea Adelson
February 14, 2010


Daytona Beach, Fla — The NASCAR rookie had her Nationwide Series debut end when she got taken out in a 12-car wreck, an unavoidable ending to a day that never really went as planned.

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Drivers at a glance in Daytona 500

By The Associated Press
February 14, 2010


No. 00 Toyota, Michael Waltrip Racing

DRIVER: David Reutimann
BORN: March 2, 1970
HOMETOWN: Zephyrhills, Fla.
CREW CHIEF: Rodney Childers

NOTES: Reutimann won his first career Sprint Cup race at Charlotte and two poles last season, flirting with qualification for the Chase. Finished 16th in points. With team owner Michael Waltrip stepping back from full-time racing, Reutimann and Martin Truex Jr. will take over as the team’s top guns.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 10, 2010

 

Junior in search of that a-ha moment

By Jay Hart
February 10, 2010


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The professional life of Dale Earnhardt Jr. is beginning to mirror an episode of “House.” Someone has an ailment no one can diagnose. To the rescue comes a team of trained specialists – the best, mind you – who throw out idea after idea, run test after test, prescribe med after med, only to see the patient get sicker and sicker, that is until the brilliant Dr. House has his “a-ha” moment.

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Pair Of Crashes Mar Daytona Practice

Associated Press
February 10 , 2010


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jimmie Johnson's quest for a fifth straight NASCAR championship will begin in a backup car.

Johnson was involved in the latest wreck at Daytona International Speedway on Wednesday, doing enough damage that crew chief Chad Knaus decided to scrap the primary car for Sunday's season-opening race.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive January 30, 2010

 

Jimmie Johnson suffers major wreck in Grand Am, but unhurt

By Jay Busbee
January 30, 2010


This weekend, several NASCAR drivers, including Jimmie Johnson and Juan Pablo Montoya, will participate in the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, matching wits and wheels with many of the best drivers from racing series all over the world.

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Danica Patrick announces her Nationwide slate: a dozen races

By Jay Busbee
January 30, 2010


The wait is over! A dozen lucky tracks will be the site of Danicamania this year, and Danica fans in Vegas, California, Miami and other locales can start officially making their race plans.

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Series' purse cuts in line with times

By David Newton
January 30, 2010


CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR is cutting by about 10 percent the race winnings it will award teams in the Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Truck Series this season, officials confirmed on Friday.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive January 23, 2010

 

Standing room only? Not these days

By David Newton
January 23, 2010


CONCORD, N.C. — Size no longer matters.

The days of "build it and they will buy tickets" are over.

Tracks that host NASCAR events are shrinking. Daytona International Speedway is 12,000 seats smaller than it was a year ago for the Great American Race.

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NASCAR attempting to energize sport

Associated Press
January 23, 2010


CONCORD, N.C. — Have at it, boys.

NASCAR is relaxing some of its rules this season, and encouraging drivers to show more aggression and emotion, in large part to answer a growing fan sentiment that the sport had gone stale.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive January 7, 2009

 

Vegas odds to win in 2010 favor, yep, Jimmie Johnson

By Jay Busbee
January 7, 2010


Scrape up those coins and cash out those savings bonds, everybody, it's time to start betting on NASCAR! The Las Vegas Hilton SuperBook has rolled out the first round of NASCAR 2010 odds, and you're going to be amazed at who they pick to win!

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A look back at Hendrick Motorsports' 2009

By Jay Busbee
January 7, 2010


We've wrapped the season, and so it's time to wrap up our look back. In a feature shamelessly ripped from
Puck Daddy's Death Watch and Big League Stew's Walk Toward The Light, we're looking back on all the drivers.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive December 29, 2009

 

Schumacher back in F1 after three-year retirement

The Associated Press
December 29, 2009

BERLIN — Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is coming out of retirement to drive for Mercedes in 2010, saying Wednesday that he expects to contend for the title again.

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Turning the final lap

By Ricky Craven
December 29, 2009


With the ending of the 2009 NASCAR season, so, too, has my partnership with Yahoo! Sports.

I think back to the first column I wrote for Yahoo! leading into the 2007 season. It was quite a transition for me, from being sometimes written about while a competitor on the circuit to offering my view of the sport, its drivers (many of whom I’ve competed against) and, I hoped, bringing to light a few intangibles – things you may not have known before clicking on the site that day.

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Hornish a three-time champ in IndyCar

By Tom McKean
December 29, 2009


We introduced you to Sebastien Bourdais on Monday as we roll out the nine candidates for ESPN.com's Driver of the Decade -- in alphabetical order -- over the next two weeks. Our panel of experts has voted for its top drivers. You will get your turn when we stage a SportsNation fan vote on Jan. 8.

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NASCAR's Johnson wins male athlete of the year

By JENNA FRYER
December 29, 2009

CHARLOTTE, NC — There was little recognition outside the racing world when Jimmie Johnson won his first NASCAR championship.

Same with his second, and again with his third.

But four straight championships? That's a different story.

Johnson, the first driver in NASCAR history to win four consecutive titles, earned mainstream recognition Monday when he was honored as the Male Athlete of the Year by members of The Associated Press.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive December 5, 2009

 

Hendrick gets emotional during NASCAR awards ceremony

By Isaac Brekken
December 5, 2009


LAS VEGAS — Rick Hendrick capped a record-making season Friday night with NASCAR's highest award, and the car owner had to stop to compose himself during the annual awards ceremony that honored driver Jimmie Johnson's fourth consecutive title.

Johnson's championship gave Hendrick Motorsports its 12th NASCAR title, and capped a year that saw Hendrick sweep the top three spots in the standings.

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NASCAR Goes All-In for Las Vegas

By Holly Cain
December 5, 2009


LAS VEGAS — Imagine Vegas icon Wayne Newton dropping the green flag for a race car parade on a shut down Las Vegas Strip, NASCAR pit crews performing demonstration stops in front of Bally's and the ultra-lux Bellagio resorts and four-time champ Jimmie Johnson doing victory burnouts on Las Vegas Boulevard.

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December 5, 2009


JUNIOR MOST POPULAR AGAIN

Dale Earnhardt Jr. is NASCAR's most popular driver for the seventh consecutive year.

Earnhardt's win keeps him at third on the career list behind Bill Elliott's record 16 times selected as the most popular driver, and Richard Petty, who won the award nine times. The award, which is sponsored by Chex and presented by the National Motorsports Press Association, has been given since 1965 and voted on by fans.

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Stewart, Montoya make nice

By Reid Spencer
December 5, 2009


LAS VEGAS — Bygones are bygones, as far as Tony Stewart and Juan Pablo Montoya are concerned.

Though the two drivers knocked each other around in the season finale Nov. 22 at Homestead-Miami Speedway -- with Stewart bumping Montoya into the wall and Montoya spinning Stewart down the frontstretch in retaliation -- the drivers had settled their differences by the time Montoya appeared on Stewart's "Stewie Awards" show on Sirius/XM Radio Thursday night at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive November 20, 2009

 

Inaugural Chase was best yet

By Jay Hart
November 20, 2009


HOMESTEAD, Fla. — After inhaling smoke from Jimmie Johnson’s three-, going on four-year burnout, the mind might be too hazy to remember if NASCAR’s Chase for the Championship ever produced a thriller.

It did, back in 2004.

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The surprise of Martin’s life

By Mark Martin
November 20, 2009


This year has just flown by. It’s been an incredible year.

When I look back from the moment I made the decision to return to full-time racing to now, the race season has not been nearly as taxing on me as I expected. Twenty days of testing cut out of that made a big difference. But also the people at Hendrick Motorsports have made a huge difference.

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J.J.’s underrated, while Kyle’s underappreciated

By Ricky Craven
November 20, 2009


Regardless of how this weekend ends in Homestead, a little south of where it began in February, it will have been a great year.

Jimmie Johnson winning four consecutive titles would be an incredible accomplishment and make for outstanding off-season discussion. Mark Martin being crowned would be an equally great story.

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Should NASCAR relocate its championship weekend?

By T. Ganguli
November 20, 2009

The crowd of reporters grew around Speedway Motorsports Inc. owner and CEO Bruton Smith in March at Atlanta Motor Speedway as he opined about what's wrong with NASCAR's championship weekend.

What's wrong, he said, was that it shouldn't be at "Home-instead" in a "Godforsaken area that is north of Cuba." Smith suggested NASCAR bring it back to Atlanta, or perhaps take it to Las Vegas, both tracks owned by his company rather than rival International Speedway Corporation.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive November 7, 2009

 

Can Denny Hamlin dethrone Jimmie Johnson?

By Jay Hart
Novembver 7, 2009


On the bright side, Cub fans now have company. But safety in numbers is hardly a consolation prize for those hoping for, at the very least, a nail-biting finish to this year’s Chase.

The road to Johnson’s fourth straight championship will be the least congested yet.
He will, in all likelihood, clinch the title next weekend in Phoenix – marking the first time in its six-year history the Chase will be decided before the season finale. And when he does, those not rooting for the No. 48 (which is exponentially more than are) will be left to say to themselves, “Wait ‘til next year.”

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Chad Knaus: In his own words

By Jenna Fryer
November 7, 2009


It wasn’t easy pinning Chad Knaus down for an interview. As the Hendrick Motorsports crew chief closes in on a record fourth consecutive championship with Jimmie Johnson, he’s been a little leery of many requests. Strange, considering his regular appearances on Speed Channel programs have him rather used to exposure, right?

So the pitch had to be something that piqued his interest, and a good, old-fashioned Q&A did the trick. Simply asking Knaus questions about his background, his likes, interests, dreams and that label he’s earned as, ahem, a “cheater” gave him the chance to give his answers and have them printed exactly as he said them.

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Kyle Busch wins NASCAR Nationwide Series event in Texas

By The Associated Press
November 7, 2009

FORT WORTH, Texas — Kyle Busch keeps extending streaks at Texas Motor Speedway in search of a NASCAR first.

Busch won his fourth consecutive Nationwide Series race at the 1 1⁄2-mile, high-banked track Saturday. The dominating victory came a day after he won his fifth truck race in his last five starts in the NASCAR Camping World series.

Busch will try to complete an unprecedented trifecta today and become the first driver to win in all three of NASCAR's national series on the same weekend.

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Gordon goes for No. 2

By Jay Hart
November 7, 2009


FORT WORTH, Texas — When asked if he was surprised Jeff Gordon has only won one race this season, Jimmie Johnson replied: “He’s only won one race this year? Heck, I would have never guessed that.”

That’s probably because Gordon has finished second eight times this season. Unfortunately for the four-time champion, that’s hardly a consolation. When Gordon won at Texas Motor Speedway way back in early April, breaking a personal 47-race winless streak, he expected it to be a harbinger of things to come.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive October 27, 2009

 

Fryer’s Five: Hamlin plays second fiddle

By Jenna Fryer
October 27, 2009


Denny Hamlin won at Martinsville Speedway for the second time.

There ya go, Denny. There’s your top billing.

In the midst of yet another championship year for Jimmie Johnson, everybody else is feeling a bit ignored. It’s Johnson this and Johnson that as the three-time defending Sprint Cup champion marches toward a record fourth title, and his dominance has left little room in the spotlight for anybody else.

So after Hamlin beat Johnson on Sunday at Martinsville for his career-best third victory of the season, Hamlin challenged the media to give his win some attention.

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Andretti believes NASCAR was right to make late caution call at Martinsville

By The Canadian Press (CP)
October 27, 2009


John Andretti defended NASCAR's decision not to throw a caution when he couldn't move his disabled car from the finish line at Martinsville Speedway on Sunday.

Andretti crashed on the frontstretch during the next to lap of the race, and NASCAR apparently believed he could move his car out of the way in time for the field to race its way across the finish line. Because he couldn't, the caution wasn't called until the cars were coming out of the final turn and quickly closing in on Andretti.

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Time to give Johnson credit he deserves

By Ricky Craven
October 27, 2009


Jimmie Johnson’s historic run in the Sprint Cup Series has been an extreme display of talent, determination and professionalism. Anyone critical of this is completely “out to lunch.”

Here is my argument why:

He’s a professional: Johnson has had three and a half years of near perfection in the Chase, having won over 30 percent of all Chase races. What is missed, perhaps, are the details in how he has won them. Johnson has won simply on speed and ability, and his most recent win is an example of that.

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Bodine looking for third straight win at Talladega

By Sports Network
October 27, 2009

Todd Bodine is hoping no trick will interfere with his attempt at a fifth straight superspeedway victory. Bodine has won the last two races at both Daytona and Talladega. He finished fourth the first time the series competed at Talladega in 2006.

"You have to be smart when you race at Talladega," Bodine said. "If you get too anxious or rambunctious, you end up getting in trouble."

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive October 7, 2009

 

Fryer’s Five: Former champs fight back

By Jenna Fryer
October 7, 2009


KANSAS CITY, Kan. — Just like that, folks, we’ve got a title race on our hands.

A week after Mark Martin and Jimmie Johnson schooled the field at Dover to turn the Chase into an apparent two-man race, it was blown wide open again at Kansas Speedway. Only three drivers went into Sunday’s race within 100 points of Martin.

Now there are six, and seventh-place driver Jeff Gordon is only 103 points out.

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Trulli committed to F1 despite NASCAR test

October 7, 2009


LONDON — Italian Jarno Trulli says he is fully committed to Formula One despite lining up a two-day NASCAR test with the Michael Waltrip Racing team in Florida next month.

The Toyota driver, who is unlikely to be retained by his team after the end of the season, issued a statement on Wednesday to clarify reports about a possible switch to American racing.

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Chase Watch 2009: Tony Stewart gets in on the action

By Jay Busbee
October 7, 2009


With just seven races left in the season, pretty much nothing has been decided. (Well, except that Kyle and Junior aren't winning.) So we continue with our Chase Watch series, breaking down who's up, who's down and who's on the way out.

Standings (movement): Mark Martin, Jimmie Johnson, Juan Pablo Montoya, Tony Stewart (+1), Kurt Busch (-1), Denny Hamlin, Jeff Gordon (+1), Greg Biffle (+1), Ryan Newman (-2), Carl Edwards (+1), Kasey Kahne (+1), Brian Vickers (-2).

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Nascar Fans Get Their Way: Earlier Starts

By Richard Sandomir
October 7, 2009


Nascar’s Sprint Cup races will start mostly earlier next season, at uniform times, to appeal to core fans.

Twenty-one Sunday afternoon races, including the Daytona 500, will start at 1 p.m. Eastern; five others will begin at 3 p.m. and the Coca-Cola 600 will start at 5:45 p.m. All nine Saturday night broadcasts will begin at 7:30 p.m. The green flag is to drop within 15 to 20 minutes. The races have begun at various times on Saturdays and Sundays.

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Michael Waltrip jumps in on the quest to land Danica Patrick

By Jay Busbee
October 7, 2009


The Danica Patrick saga is fast turning into a teenage drama; we're one dance number short of "High School Musical." With the Big Man on Campus (Dale Earnhardt Jr.) and the mysterious, hyperconfident rebel (Tony Stewart) already in the mix, now we've got a new player -- the Class Clown.

Michael Waltrip has indicated that, along with the rest of the civilized world, he too has met with Danica and given her a tour of his facilities.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive September 20, 2009

 

Martin wins Chase opener, extends lead in standings

By Sporting News Wire Service
September 20, 2009


LOUDON, N.H.
— Top seeding in the Chase for the Sprint Cup must agree with Mark Martin and, on Sunday, he took the first step toward the championship that has eluded him for more than 20 years.

The driver of the No. 5 Chevrolet held off a ferocious charge by Juan Montoya on a restart with three laps left in the Sylvania 300 and won the race under caution when NASCAR threw the yellow flag as the lead pack streaked through Turn 4 on the final lap

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Carl Edwards: The 'Prom King' of NASCAR — Fiercely Competitive Driver with Down-Home Manners Becomes a Fan Favorite

By Courtney Chapman
September 20, 2009


It's eleven o'clock at night, and Carl Edwards has yet to find time to slow down. And that's just the way he likes it. The fiercely competitive Edwards is in Indianapolis for two races, and has spent the majority of his day in the driver's seat.

Edwards, 30, a Columbia, Mo. native, started his racing career as a Craftsman Truck Series driver. He soon transitioned to NASCAR's elite Sprint Cup Series, winning 17 races since 2004. His trademark back flips in victory lane, along with his movie star good looks and down-home manner, have made Edwards a fan favorite.

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NASCAR Notes: Stewart's slide continues at New Hampshire

By Will Graves
September 20, 2009


LOUDON, N.H. — Tony Stewart's regular season dominance seems a distant memory.

The NASCAR star began his bid for a third series title with a 14th-place finish at New Hampshire. A bolt came loose on the rear axle cap, forcing him to take a lengthy stop that sent him tumbling to the back of the field. He restarted 28th but didn't have enough time to work his way back to the front.

Stewart angrily ripped off his HANS device and stormed away after the race, ignoring reporters while making a beeline for a golf cart.

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Smoke signals he’s ready to roll

By Jenna Fryer
September 19, 2009


LOUDON, N.H. – Through all the sleepless nights, and there were many, Tony Stewart always had one person to turn to when he worried about the fate of his latest endeavor.

As Stewart made the leap from a comfortable employee at Joe Gibbs Racing to co-owner of a sponsor-strapped, uncompetitive race team, Rick Hendrick was there for him whenever he needed support.

“Rick has been my security blanket,” Stewart said. “There’s nights I’ve called Rick at midnight with a question. Rick has really taken a lot of time with me and always made himself available, and I don’t think someone I could have done this without. I’ve known Rick a long time, and I’ve always trusted Rick.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive August 30, 2009

 

Ambrose, Edwards on front row in Montreal

By Reid Spencer
August 30, 2009


Some seven hours and myriad raindrops after failing to get their entry to the starting grid for Saturday's Grand-Am race, Marcos Ambrose and Carl Edwards overcame wet conditions to grab the front row for Sunday's Napa Auto Parts 200 Nationwide Series race.

Ambrose took at pole at 80.905 mph at 2.709-mile Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, and Edwards claimed the second starting position at 80.116 mph, after crashing during warmup laps the Kevin Doran-owned Rolex Grand-Am car he and Ambrose were to share for the race.

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Canadians Fellows, Carpentier knocked out early at NASCAR Nationwide race

By Yahoo Sports
August 30, 2009


MONTREAL — The top two finishers at last year's NAPA Auto Parts 200 didn't even make it halfway through the race this time around.

Defending champion Ron Fellows of Toronto and last year's runner-up Patrick Carpentier of Joliette, Que., were both knocked out early Sunday at the NASCAR Nationwide Series event at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

"This is my Daytona 500 for the Nationwide Series, so this is hard to take," Fellows said. "Worse than that, this car is wrecked."

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Quebec drivers give fans lots to cheer about at NASCAR Nationwide race

By Arpon Basu, The Canadian Press
August 30, 2009


MONTREAL — Quebecers Andrew Ranger, Jacques Villeneuve and Jean-Francois Dumontier gave the fans what they wanted to see by taking up three of the top seven spots in Sunday's NAPA Auto Parts 200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Villeneuve, racing at the track named for his father, quickly got the idea that the caution-filled NASCAR Nationwide series event was not as much about racing as it was keeping your car in one piece.

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Fitzpatrick edges series leader Ranger to win NASCAR Canadian Tire race

By The Canadian Press
August 30, 2009


MONTREAL — J.R. Fitzpatrick of Cambridge, Ont. won an incident-filled NASCAR Canadian Tire race ahead of series leader Andrew Ranger of Roxton Pond, Que., on Sunday at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Ranger was running third during a restart on the 25th and final lap when he nudged second-place D.J. Keninngton at the start of a chicane, sending the St. Thomas, Ont., driver across the infield grass and back onto the track, where he forced Don Thomson of Hamilton to knock Scott Steckly of Milverton, Ont., whose car flipped over on the track. Thomson went into the wall.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive July 27, 2009

 

NASCAR: Speeding violation helps Johnson win — Montoya boils over after being penalized

By Jenna Fryer, The Associated Press
Monday, July 27, 2009


INDIANAPOLIS — Jimmie Johnson cashed in on the most expensive speeding ticket in NASCAR history yesterday, grabbing an improbable third victory at Indianapolis Motor Speedway when a penalty to Juan Pablo Montoya blew the race wide open.

In a performance that mirrored his dominating Indianapolis 500 victory nine years ago, Montoya was in cruise control as he led 116 laps and built a 5-second lead over the competition. Then NASCAR flagged him for speeding on a routine pit stop with 35 laps remaining, and the driver became unglued.

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NASCAR, fans move on after '08 Indy debacle

By WILL GRAVES, AP Sports Writer
July 26, 2009


INDIANAPOLIS — John Destin wiped the sweat from his forehead with a $5 can of beer, ran his hands through his brown hair and took a sip.

It didn't matter that it was only 10:30 a.m. or that the green flag for Sunday's NASCAR race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway was still four hours away.

The sun was out. The beer was cold. The nightmare that was NASCAR's visit to the Brickyard last summer was firmly in Destin's rearview mirror.

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Time for NASCAR to show itself

By Dustin Long
July 26, 2009


Sunday's race at Indy won't be remembered for Jimmie Johnson winning it but for Juan Pablo Montoya losing it _ because of a penalty for speeding on pit road.

Many fans will question if Montoya was really speeding.  Those who are suspicious of NASCAR may never be convinced although series officials told a few of us after the race how much Montoya was over the speed limit (more on that in a moment). Of couse, those who are suspicious will say that NASCAR could have just made those numbers up to us

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Car problems push Kyle Busch out of NASCAR top 12

By Dustin Long, The Virginian-Pilot
July 27, 2009


SPEEDWAY, Ind. — Kyle Busch is working on his attitude. Now, he needs some help with his car and his luck after falling out of the top 12 in points for the first time since February.

Busch scraped the wall a couple of times and later blew a right front tire and crashed in Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He finished 38th, dropping him four spots to 14th in the season standings.

He's 82 points out of 12th - the last spot for the Chase - with six races to go before the title field is set.

Earlier this weekend, Busch said he knew he needed to adjust his attitude, especially toward his team. That was tested Sunday when he struggled with his car and then blew the tire.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive July 1, 2009

 

NASCAR confirms Mayfield tested positive for meth

By Accosiated Press
July 1, 2009


CHARLOTTE (AP) — NASCAR confirmed Wednesday that suspended driver Jeremy Mayfield tested positive for methamphetamines.

The confirmation came outside federal court after Mayfield's attorney mentioned the illegal substance several times during a 45-minute argument against the driver's indefinite suspension. Court recessed after Bill Diehl's argument and is set to reconvene Wednesday afternoon.

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Identity crisis: Can NASCAR reach old, new fans effectively?

By Nate Ryan
July 1, 2009


When NASCAR was born on the sands of Daytona Beach, Fla., 61 years ago, its fan base likely wasn't much different from its racing heroes. A sport spawned by moonshine running starred undereducated white males from the South who subsisted on modest incomes.

As it returns to Daytona this weekend for a July 4 race celebrating America, NASCAR is coping with maintaining the interest of a fan base that increasingly reflects the country's 21st century sophistication Statistics say its followers are richer, smarter and more technologically savvy than ever.

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Fryer’s Five: New Hampshire

By Jenna Fryer
July 1, 2009


Just a few hours before Joey Logano’s road course debut, team president J.D. Gibbs was heaping praise on his rookie driver for the on-the-job training he’s done this season.

A rough start to the season had many questioning the wisdom of Joe Gibbs Racing’s decision to promote Logano into Tony Stewart’s open Sprint Cup Series seat after just six months in the Nationwide Series. The car, the competition and the tracks seemed overwhelming to the young phenom, who had five finishes of 30th or worse in the first eight races of the year.

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McMurray stays optimistic in disappointing season

July 1, 2009


Jamie McMurray could hardly wait to get the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup season going.
After all, he closed out last year with five top-10 finishes in the last six races, including three straight third-place runs to end the season.

But after a 33rd-place showing in the No. 26 Roush Fenway Racing Ford at New Hampshire on Sunday, McMurray finds himself a disappointing 22nd in the season standings. Heading into Saturday's race at Daytona - where the last of his two Cup wins came in July 2007 - McMurray has just three top-10s this year with his best finish a seventh-place at Richmond.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive June 8, 2009

 

Waving the Checkers: Pocono

By Ricky Craven
June 8, 20009


Tony Stewart’s performance inside the car in the closing laps of his win at Pocono showed a combination of creativity and extreme talent. So don’t categorize his victory Sunday as just another fuel-mileage win, because it was anything but.
Winning races as a result of having better fuel mileage always has been a part of the equation in NASCAR. But Stewart didn’t win because of superior fuel mileage, he won because of capacity – and I am not talking about the size of the gas tank.
No, Stewart’s win – his first Cup points victory as a driver/owner – resulted from his capacity to think unconventionally and do something inside the race car during green-flag laps that I had never seen.

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Smoke’s people skills match his driving


By Jay Hart
Jun 7, 2009

LONG POND, Pa. – From running a race to running his mouth, and everywhere in between, Tony Stewart is remarkable.

We’ve found out about the in between part this year as Stewart has made fools of all those who doubted him, which pretty much includes everyone, because really, who didn’t think he would crawl out of the box as an owner/driver.

But not only is Stewart standing tall, he’s looking down at the NASCAR world, red firesuit on, smiling from ear to ear.

It’s taken him just four months to do what no one else who’s tried has been able to do since 1998 – win a race as an owner. Appropriately, he did that by beating the odds, too.

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Fryer’s Five: Pocono

By Jenna Fryer
June 8, 2009


Now that Tony Stewart is the first owner/driver to win a points race in 11 years, his detractors will most certainly argue that his success this season is tied tightly to his reliance on Hendrick Motorsports.

Stewart-Haas Racing receives chassis and engines from Hendrick, same as it did for years when Gene Haas was the sole owner of the organization. But when Haas fielded crummy teams with average drivers, no one seemed to care about the alliance.

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NASCAR 2008/2009 NEWS and RUMORS

By Jayski's
June 8, 2009


2009 Cup Schedule Announced, 4 "off" weeks: NASCAR announced today its national series schedules for the 2009 season, which features realigned dates for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Truck Series. In the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series there will be a three-way date swap between Atlanta Motor Speedway, Auto Club Speedway (formerly California Speedway) and Talladega Superspeedway.

• Atlanta’s second 2009 race will be held on Sunday, Sept. 6, taking the Labor Day weekend slot now held by Auto Club Speedway.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 19, 2009

 

NASCAR rail: Auto Club 500 at a glance

By Dan Beaver,
February 19, 2009


WHERE: Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, CA
2.0-mile intermediate speedway with 14 degrees of banking in the corners.

Last week's Daytona 500 was like watching fireworks in the rain. After that disappointing event, race fans hope that sunny Southern California lives up to its reputation and NASCAR gets a rain-free weekend. This probably isn't the time to remind everyone that last year's edition of this race took two days to complete and that the track was plagued by weepers all weekend. When the track is dry and in good shape, Auto Club hosts some great competition since drivers can race three wide through the corners without fear of contact.

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    » Auto Club 500, 2/24/2008
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    » UAW-Daimler Chrysler 400 3-Day Package, 2/29/2008
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    » UAW-Dodge 400, 3/2/2008
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    » Sams Town 300, 3/1/2008
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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive January 27, 2009

 

Historic Racing Festival to return to Darlington

By Lou Bezjak
January 27, 2009


DARLINGTON — After a successful event in its first year, the Darlington Historic Racing Festival will return in September.

Last year’s two-day event drew about 5,000 people and 125 car entrants.

Fans were treated to classic and vintage cars as well as former NASCAR drivers and personalities such as Darrell Waltrip, Buddy Baker, David Waltrip and Junior Johnson.

“We are very excited bringing that event back,” Darlington Raceway president Chris Browning said. “It was a big success last year. The folks that came out really enjoyed the legends and cars and we got fantastic reviews from the fans and entrants.”<

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2009 NASCAR Preview, Pt. 1: The Economy and the Trickle-Down Effect

By Patti Rodisch
January 27, 2009


As we prepare for Daytona and the 35 races that follow, here is the first part to my preseason thoughts about 2009 and the effect of the economy on NASCAR.

2009 will be about the mega teams (Hendrick Motorsports, Roush Fenway Racing, Joe Gibbs Racing, and Richard Childress Racing).They have the funding and the sponsors to run all their teams full time.

We will see the future of this sport in how teams like Earnhardt-Ganassi Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing perform. While these teams have some of the better equipment, it remains to be seen how that can equate to the track. =

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NASCAR Driver Kyle Busch Wins Georgia Late Model Race

January 28, 2009


Apparently the offseason wasn’t long enough for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regular Kyle Busch.

Busch, driver of Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 18 Toyota, was at Lanier National Speedway Sunday running in the 200-lap Champion Racing Association (CRA) Super Late Model event.

After spending four days preparing for the 2009 SpeedFest at Lanier National Speedway, Kyle Busch did not leave empty-handed Sunday.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive November 13, 2008

 

Johnson's third title would place him among the greats

By Jeff Owens, NASCAR Scene
November 11, 2008


A lot will be written in the next few days and weeks about Jimmie Johnson tying Cale Yarborough's record of three straight NASCAR Cup championships.

Reporters and media pundits will go out of their way to compare the two stars from different eras.

But really, there is no comparison.

Jeff Owens (NASCAR Scene)

Johnson's third straight title is much more significant. In fact, it is one of the most significant accomplishments in NASCAR history.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive September 3, 2008

 

This Week in Auto Racing September 5 - 7

By Chris Symeon, Motorsports Editor
September 3, 2008


Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The "Chase cut-off race" at Richmond International Raceway headlines a busy weekend of racing. Meanwhile, the IndyCar Series title will be decided in the season finale at Chicagoland.


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Chevy Rock &amp; Roll 400 - Richmond International Raceway - Richmond, VA

It's now or never for several drivers to secure the remaining seven positions in this year's "Chase for the Sprint Cup" championship. Kyle Busch, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Jeff Burton have already qualified, while Greg Biffle and Kevin Harvick will also make the "Chase" by simply starting in Saturday night's Chevy Rock &amp; Roll 400 at Richmond International Raceway, which is the final race of the regular season.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive May 23, 2008

 

Rain hits Indianapolis again, canceling most of practice

By STEVE HERMAN, AP Sports Writer
May 23, 2008


INDIANAPOLIS (AP)—The final practice for the Indianapolis 500 was a lot like the rest of the month at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: cold, wet and short.

What was supposed to be an hour of final tuneups before Sunday’s race was stopped by rain Friday after only 12 minutes, and the annual pit stop competition among top contenders’ crews was canceled altogether.

Former winner Buddy Rice had the most laps of any driver, managing 11 trips around the 2.5-mile oval, while Ganassi Racing teammates Dan Wheldon and pole-starter Scott Dixon had six laps each and turned in the top speeds at 223.934 and 223.028 mph, respectively.

Bruno Junqueira and Tomas Scheckter completed just one lap, while Ryan Briscoe was the only one of the 33 starters who did not get a single lap before the rain hit.

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Speedway Motorsports buys Kentucky Speedway

By JENNA FRYER, AP Auto Racing Writer
May 22, 2008


CONCORD, N.C. (AP)—Kentucky Speedway moved a step closer to landing a coveted Sprint Cup Series race when Speedway Motorsports Inc. on Thursday added it to its growing portfolio of tracks.

Kentucky’s previous owners have fought for a Cup race, and SMI owner Bruton Smith said he wants a date for his new track by 2009.

Just how he gets one at his eighth facility remains to be seen.

“We will continue to wonder about that,” Smith teased. “We’ll certainly be working on that.”

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Hello, Newman: Buzzkill racing

By Ryan Newman, Yahoo! Sports
May 20, 2008


It’s nice to be home. We had a pretty relaxing weekend. We spent some time on Sunday fishing and watching some T.V.

We watched a couple of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies. I hadn’t seen them before. They were okay, but I wouldn’t set my sights on watching it again.

I mostly like comedies and westerns, like “Tombstone.”

My favorite racing movies are “Six Pack” and “Stroker Ace,” though if I had to choose I’d probably go with “Six Pack.” But they’re both pretty good.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive March 18, 2008

 

Run What You Brung!

By Floyd Tilton


Racing should be about who can go the distance the quickest

I personally am getting tired of seeing the weekly list of rules violations that NASCAR publishes following each race. Rarely does a week go by where NASCAR doesn't find three or four teams in violation of something.

Rules Are Made To Be Broken

I've often heard the phrase, "Rules are made to be broken," but this is getting to be ridiculous. It seems as if no one follows the rules anymore, and fines and disciplinary action have become the rule rather than the exception. Why not go back to the old standard that we used to run at the old Ozark Speedway in Joplin, Missouri, "Run What You Brung!"

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Jeff Burton Leads Childress Sweep at Bristol Motor Speedway

From Steve McCormick
March 16, 2008


Bristol Showed Why it is the Toughest Ticket in NASCAR with Thrilling Finish

Bristol Motor Speedway demonstrated today why they are one of the few tracks that still sells out every single event. Today's race had some slow moments as drivers were bracing for the finish. That finish did not disappoint as the last 15 laps saw three different leaders, differing pit strategies and some Bristol beating and banging.

Qualifying

Qualifying was rained out so the field was set by 2007 car owner points.

2006 and 2007 Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson started on the pole with teammate Jeff Gordon along side in second. Richard Childress Racing's Clint Bowyer started third with Roush-Fenway Racing's Matt Kenseth on the outside of row two. Casey Mears rounded out the top five in his Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet.

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NASCAR News - Sports News | Archive February 17, 2008

Newman gets last-lap push from teammate to win 500

By Sporting News Wire Service
February 17, 2008, 09:24 PM EST


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Throughout Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway, all the talk had been about teamwork -- and most of it involved the dominant Hendrick Chevrolets and the presumptive pretenders to the throne, the Joe Gibbs Toyotas.

But it was the unsung Dodges of Penske Racing that ganged up on Tony Stewart during a three-lap run to the finish, with Kurt Busch propelling Ryan Newman to victory in Sunday's 50th Daytona 500.

The victory was team owner Roger Penske's first at a restrictor-plate racetrack, and with Busch running second behind his teammate, it was the first time Penske cars have finished 1-2 in a Cup race.

With his 13th NASCAR Cup victory, Newman broke an 81-race drought dating to Sept. 18, 2005, at New Hampshire.

"Just to be part of the 50th running of the Daytona 500 ... 15 years ago I was sitting in the grandstands in the Seagrave Tower," Newman said. "Obviously, [I want to thank] Kurt Busch. Without a doubt, he could have easily gone three-wide and split us through the center and made one heck of a mess going into [Turn] 3.

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With a little luck, Harvick ready to defend 500 title
No. 29 team hoping to win race back-to-back since '94-95

By Joe Menzer, NASCAR.COM
February 17, 2008, 12:21 PM EST


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Crew chief Todd Berrier had a difficult time believing his driver, Kevin Harvick, had just won the Daytona 500.

It was a year ago, and it seemed like Berrier had just made mental peace with himself over the fact that Harvick was going to wheel his No. 29 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing to a top-10 finish or, maybe, if they were lucky, a top-five. Apparently, for just an instant, he forgot that this was Daytona International Speedway -- where history has shown that anything can, and perhaps will at any given moment, happen.


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Year      Start      Finish     Led    Status
2002      23          6             3        crash
2003      3            4            10       running
2004      10          4             6        running
2005      30          28           1        running
2006      28          14           1        running
2007      34          1             4        running

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