NASCAR Nuggets from the Net – January 9, 2013

January 9, 2013

January 9, 2013

Today’s NASCAR Nuggets from the Net will focus on recent track news, as well as any other news – ie. some interesting Jeremy Mayfield nuggets – recently posted on the net.

You’ll also want to read Fan4Racing’s feature with details about Daytona’s Preseason Thunder Gen-Six Test and Fan Fest, that starts tomorrow, Jan 10th.

Also, just a reminder to set your DVR’s for Jeff Gordon’s appearance tonight, Wednesday, Jan 9, on the CBS TV show ‘I Get That a Lot,’ airing at 8pm ET. Continue reading

Chase Tracker for the Sprint Cup – New Hampshire

Chase Tracker for the Sprint Cup continues with the second race of the Chase, the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend

Here’s the rundown on what’s going on with each of the Chase contenders and the Best of the Rest after the first Chase race at Chicagoland Speedway. Continue reading

Bad Luck or Mistakes Challenge Chasers at Chicagoland

By Rich Foust

The first race of the Chase is behind us and almost all Chase contenders had a stellar day at Chicagoland Speedway. But for some it was challenging and in some cases, a downright disappointing day… Continue reading

Is Keselowski a legitimate Chase contender? There’s little doubt

Is this the face of the next Sprint Cup Champion? Only time & 9 more races will tell
Photo – Getty Images

Commentary by Reid Spencer – NASCAR Wire Service

Read Fan4Racing’s commentary at the end

Brash and outspoken from the day he entered the sport, Keselowski, 28 drove aggressively from the outset, eschewing the traditional approach of treating your elders with deference as you learn the intricacies of racing at NASCAR’s highest level. Continue reading

NASCAR News & Views – Volume 43 – September 10 – 16, 2012

Catch up with last week’s

 NASCAR News & Views – Vol 43

September 10 – 16, 2012

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Today’s NASCAR News & Views Continue reading

Brad Keselowski Opens the Chase with a Win

Keselowski wins first race of the Chase at Chicagoland
Photo – Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images

By Jason Schultz

Beating Jimmie Johnson was a hard task the whole day but after the last pit stop, Keselowski figured out how to pass Johnson.

Johnson dominated the race for most of the day and Keselowski was the only driver who could keep up. Keselowski had a great final pit stop and made the race winning move by passing Johnson with about thirty laps to go. After Keselowski’s final pit stop he said his car “just took off.” Continue reading