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Johnson Takes Home Championship After Wild Day In Miami
Jimmie Johnson was at the right place at the right time Sunday, and took home his 7th Sprint Cup Championship. Johnson, who came in as the number  one seed, survived a late race accident that took out Chase contender, Carl Edwards.With just nine laps to go, it looked as if Edwards would cruise to hi…
Harvick Punches Ticket To Round of 8 with Kansas Win
The action was fast and furious Sunday afternoon, but for Kevin Harvick it was just another day at the office. Starting 11th, Harvick stayed in the top five for the majority of the race, trading the lead with Carl Edwards throughout the afternoon. Whi...
The NASCAR Chase For The Cup Begins Sunday.
After a wild Saturday on the track, which saw a record number of caution flags, the field is set for the NASCAR playoffs.The 16 teams will will compete in three races in round one, with 4 being eliminated. The field will be narrowed to 12 in round two, and will be trimmed to 8 for the third leg of t…
Busch Sweeps Weekend At Indy
Kyle Busch won literally everything this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, winning both polls and races to sweep the weekend. Busch left the field in his dust Sunday, leading  149 of the 170 laps at the Bickyard. Life on the track wasn't a stroll in the park however, as Busch survive…
Gordon to Come out of retirement, sub for Earnhardt
Jeff Gordon's retirement didn't even last a full season! The future NASCAR Hall of Farmer will crank up the engine this weekend at the Bickyard 400, this weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Gordon, a 4 time Sprint Cup Series champion, will look for a 6th checkered flag at the Brickyard, and will…
NASCAR Champ Brad Keselowski Attempts To Shoot Hoops [VIDEO]
I think we've all heard the term "white men can't jump" but newly crowned Nascar Sprint Cup Champ Brad Keselowski gives the saying a whole new meaning. I stumbled upon this video where Keselowski, in a break at a Charlotte Bobcats game, tried to show off his shooting, dri…
Sunday’s Indy 500 Will Be Missing Two Familiar Faces
Sunday's Indianapolis 500 won't be the same for a couple of reasons. Last year's winner, Dan Wheldon, tragically died last October as the result of a collision in a race in Las Vegas. And one of the sports biggest draws will be driving, but in a totally different series. Danica Patrick will miss thi…