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Race Your Way to the Head of the Poker Pack
Plenty of NASCAR fans are poker players as well, as both sports attract a similar crowd that likes fast-paced excitement and isn't afraid to gamble it up. They also share a similar destination in Las Vegas, with many pro poker players making Vegas their permanent home and racing fans flocking to the city for races held there. Many racing fans travel in RVs and camp for the weekend, with poker games popping up on a regular basis as it's a great way to kick back and have fun with friends, and can put some extra money in your pocket if you know how to play your cards right.
Being a NASCAR fan isn't a cheap hobby, as tickets to races can get expensive as well as all the extra costs involved in making it to a race. There's also gear and collectibles to buy to support you favorite racer, who'll often be racing for a brand new team with a new number and sponsors every few years. While you can't count on casual poker games at races to pay your way to the next big NASCAR race, it is possible for talented poker players to not only make extra pocket money from the game but many have made it their full-time profession. Top poker players can easily make more than $100,000/year, so sharpening up your poker skills can pay off in a big way.
One of the keys to profiting from poker is to find the best poker games, and more and more players are turning to online poker games. Not only is playing online much more convenient than playing in live poker games but in many cases it's more profitable as well, as you can play many more hands per hour than at a casino or poker room. It's easier to learn the ropes of the game when playing online, as you can take advantage of online resources such as video training sites and poker strategy resources. The best way to learn anything is by practice, practice, and more practice, and the same applies to poker, with the learning curve for online poker players much faster as they can play thousands of hands in a single day.
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NASCAR was created in Post-war era 1948. Since new cars were in short supply at the time, the NASCAR founders proclaimed that NASCAR cars could only be those that could be purchased from a car dealer and driven by a typical American driver. They could have no major changes. Tuning up the car engine was permitted, and seatbelts were commonly made from rigging or aircraft harnesses, but few NASCAR racers added roll bars. In the early years, borrowed NASCAR cars were used at times, for drivers who wanted to increase their points but did not have their own cars to use for racing (including rental cars).
Up shifting into the next generation of NASCAR is anything but ordinary drivers and ordinary cars. The first "high performance" parts to be used in the supply cars were dedicated tires. In 1952, the Pure Oil Company developed a tire purposely for stock NASCAR car racing. Because they were used to support safety, the modification was permitted. NASCAR wasnt much older though, before more modifications crept in. Since the cars had to use production-line parts, manufacturers began offering high performance, or severe usage, merchandise to their usual clients in order to make them allowable in NASCAR races. Two way radios, introduced to NASCAR at the 1952 Modified-Sportsman race at Daytona Beach racing, soon became normal equipment. Other developments implemented to give NASCAR cars performance were new car engines, aluminum disc brakes, and iron roll-cages.
Today's "stock cars" are highly modified racers with million dollar sponsors and professional drivers. With heavy regulation on aerodynamics, materials, and engine displacement it's up the drivers and their pit crews to win races with driving skill and car analysis. Whether drafting to stock pile horse power for the straight-away, monitoring tire wear and wedge angles or getting your car out of the pit quickly, the new NASCAR is a sport of millimeters, seconds and lightning fast reflexes
Misperceived as only popular in the south, NASCAR stages races in Chicago, Denver, California, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio to name a few. With over 12 percent of the television audience tuning in on race day, it's no wonder why NASCAR has grown from an obscure American enigma into a legitimate sport if not a national pastime.
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KANSAS CITY, KN Brad Keselowski sustained some damage when he got bumped early on, and then lost a lap when he failed to get out of the pits quickly enough. And by the time the final laps were ticking away, the sheet metal on the rear of the car had finally come loose, flapping like tinfoil in a 200 mph breeze.
Matt Kenseth holds off Kasey Kahne to win at Kansas Speedway
By The Associated Press
April 23, 2013
KANSAS CITY, KN After making the biggest driver move of the year, Matt Kenseth has proven with his results that he's perfectly happy with his new ride. He won earlier this season at Las Vegas, and on Sunday kept his No. 20 Toyota in front of Kasey Kahne over the final few laps to win at Kansas Speedway.
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