The Frontstretch: Top Ten Most Memorable Moments of NASCAR 2013 by Frontstretch Staff -- Tuesday November 19, 2013

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Top Ten Most Memorable Moments of NASCAR 2013

Frontstretch Staff · Tuesday November 19, 2013


Editors’ Note: Obviously, with just ten slots in this Top 10, we weren’t able to touch on every great moment this season. Head on over to our Facebook Page to tell us your favorite moments!

The final race for a champion, along with a few more of the sport’s heroes.

10. “The beginning of Stenica.

9. A title contender sidelined. Twice.

8. ‘Dinger’s redemption.

7. Spingate and more Chase controversy with lucky No. 13.

6. Beefs and arguments and fighting, oh, my.

5. Just when you thought you’d seen it all, it got weirder and weirder.

4. A sobering reminder of the price of the sport and then another, more tragic still.

3. NASCAR got down and dirty.

2. Kevin Harvick finally explained why he’s leaving RCR.

1. A six-time champion crowned…and brought to tears by two little girls.

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Old farmer
11/20/2013 12:46 PM

You forgot to mention Jeff Gordon being added to to the Chase as a 13th competitor. That was the worst stunt pulled all season.

11/20/2013 12:49 PM

Hey Old Farmer, Gordon being added to the Chase is listed alongside “Spingate” in No. 7. We couldn’t have forgotten that one for sure.

11/20/2013 02:04 PM

No.1 should have been the end of the season. TGIO. And we get to do and say it all over again next year. But Brian’s laughing all the way to the bank.

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