NASCAR’s Rookies may Rock Headlines in 2013

The 2013 season has a lot to offer with the new G6 cars in the Sprint Cup Series, but what may rock headlines across NASCAR’s top-three divisions’ are the Rookies of Racing.

Among the many signs of revival within NASCAR this year are the rookie classes across their top-three series, Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck series’. Each with Rookie of the Year contenders offering a layer of interest in watching this season’s competition for their respective coveted titles. Continue reading

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Brad Keselowski And “The Intimidator”

By Jordan Dodson

Brad Keselowski earned his first Sprint Cup championship at Homestead-Miami on Sunday, in only his third full season. He now joins the company of Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Jeff Gordon in winning a Sprint Cup championship within three years or less in a Sprint Cup career. But that is not all he proved to me this year. Keselowski has proven in multiple ways, that he is more like Dale Earnhardt Sr. than some may think. Continue reading

NSCS: Ford EcoBoost 400 Preview

By Jason Schultz

Photo – Getty Images

Race Info

Date- Sunday November 18, 2012

Location- Miami, Florida

Start time- 3:16 PM EST

Distance- 267 Laps, 400.5 Miles

Broadcast TV- ESPN

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Kevin Harvick Signs With Stewart Haas?

Starting in 2014, Kevin Harvick will be with a new team for the first time in his Sprint Cup Career. Harvick will leave Richard Childress Racing after the 2013 season and drive for Stewart-Haas Racing starting at the Daytona 500 in 2014.

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Chase Tracker – The Contenders after Talladega

By Jordan Dodson & Sharon/Fan4Racing

This week’s Chase Tracker after Talladega gave drivers a bit of a shakeup with the last lap wreck involving 25 drivers, including 8 Chase contenders, but left the top-three Chase contenders the same. Keselowski came in the points leader and left as the points leader, with Jimmie Johnson remaining in second place and Denny Hamlin, third in the point standings.

Also, Kyle Busch remains the Best of the Rest non-Chase contenders, after race four of the 2012 Chase season.

Starting with drivers ranked 12th through 1st, the following gives our assessment of each  Chase contender after Talladega’s Good Sam Roadside Assistance 500. Continue reading

Kenseth Survives Wild Last Lap for Win at Talladega

Kenseth leads at Talladega
Photo – Butch Dill/AP

By Jason Schultz

The new king of the restrictor plate races took home his second restrictor plate victory of the season.

Matt Kenseth was up front all day and by the time he crossed the finish line, he was first. Kenseth has been up front in all four restrictor plate races this season and he was leading on the last lap in three of them. Kenseth started off the season by winning the first restrictor plate race at Daytona. Then Kenseth went on to run well in the three remaining restrictor plate races. With Kenseth’s track-record at the restrictor plate races this year, he could be called the restrictor plate king. Continue reading