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Fantasy Insider: Time to Get That Roster Fixed Before You Go California Dreamin’

Break out the caffeine and Adderall: the Sprint Cup Series is returning to the Auto Club Speedway for another 500-mile parade. With its lengthy straightaways and wide, sweeping corners, ACS often lends itself to long green-flag runs and a strung out field, meaning both passing and track position will be at a premium. The latest …

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Fan’s View: NASCAR Needs to Shut Up & Let Them Race!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I’d like to introduce your Chasers for 2009. That’s right, just take a look at the top 10 of the race running right now, and you’re sure to see such stars as: Jimmie Johnson, Greg Biffle, Denny Hamlin, Juan Pablo Montoya, Brad Keselow… Hey, wait a minute! Keselowski! What are you doing …

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Who’s Hot/Who’s Not in Sprint Cup: 2009 Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Edition

There have been far more defining races at Kansas Speedway, as far as points are concerned, than Sunday’s Price Chopper 400 – where everyone left with virtually the status quo. However, Mark Martin and Jimmie Johnson, one and two in the Chase both going into and leaving the race, let the standings behind them compress, …

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5 Points to Ponder: 2009 Price Chopper 400 at Kansas Edition

During this week’s blog, the question was posed as to whether Richard Childress Racing would keep the No. 07 even though the sponsor the number’s affiliated with (Jack Daniel’s) was leaving the team. This brought up talk as to whether or not fans would like to see the No. 3 return or not, and it appears the majority would like to see it come back at some point.

Bubble Breakdown: Paul Menard Spins Out Early While John Andretti Runs Dry Late

Well, it didn’t take long for the bubble teams to find trouble at Kansas. A lap 7 spin by Paul Menard collected several cars, ending the day for one backmarker while ruining it for another. Meanwhile, the head-to-head duel came down to the last few laps between John Andretti and Scott Speed, with one driver’s …

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Happy Hour: Is Anyone Even Willing to Challenge the No. 48 Team?

Watching Jimmie Johnson dominate a race is like being around that relative or co-worker whose conversation is so monotone and boring that you almost instantaneously tune out as they begin to speak. This last week’s race was one of the most boring I’ve seen at the Monster Mile, but NASCAR isn’t blameworthy for it. With …

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Thompson in Turn 5: Juan Pablo Montoya Has Arrived, But His Championship Hopes Are Underpowered

For Juan Pablo Montoya, 2009 marks the year that he has become, by every measure, a stock car driver. When the Colombian began his full-time Sprint Cup career in 2007 after barely a hand-full of races ran in the Nationwide and ARCA series, there were plenty of reasons to be skeptical of Montoya’s likelihood for …

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