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The Cool-Down Lap: Young Joey Logano Sends Loud Statement to Points Leader Kevin Harvick

For the second straight week, a normally calm driver in the NASCAR garage lost his cool after the race. But this time, a hot temper didn’t stop at just finger-pointing. Jeff Burton’s heated berating of Kyle Busch – after the No. 18’s contact caused a flat tire on the No. 31 late in last Sunday’s …

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Bubble Breakdown: Perilous Pocono Punishes Robby, Rewards Others

It was “All for One and One for All” for Front Row Motorsports after Charlotte as the combined efforts of FRM’s David Gilliland and Travis Kvapil, now in the struggling Nos. 37 and 38, shoved Robby Gordon’s battered No. 7 back out of the Top 35 for the first time since Texas in April. That …

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Running Their Mouth: 2010 Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 at Pocono

Welcome to Running Their Mouth! Each week, we’ll go through media reports, interviews, PR and all of our own stuff to find the best quotes from the Sprint Cup race, capturing the story of how the weekend unfolded. It’s the most original commentary you’ll ever find: the truth, coming straight out of the mouths of the drivers, crew members and car owners themselves. This week, here’s a sneak peek at what they all were thinking following the Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 at Pocono Raceway.

The Big 6: Questions Answered After the 2010 Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 at Pocono

With so much taking place on the final lap and after the conclusion of the race, it was easy to forget that Denny Hamlin just scored his fourth win of the year and fourth at Pocono Raceway. Leading five times for a total of 88 laps, Hamlin appeared as if he was going to drive to victory under regulation, that is until Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano got together to bring out the caution and set up a green-white-checkered finish.

Happy Hour: There is No New Kyle Busch – There Wasn’t Even an Old 1

Have you ever seen a commercial where a brand of detergent or something of that nature pronounces itself “new and improved?” This sort of advertising was far more common when I was a lad, as opposed to today where every corporation tries to show how hip they are with their humorous ad campaigns. At any …

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Dialing It In: Red Bull Racing Moves Forward Despite Setback

Sometimes in sports, the unexpected happens. Three weeks ago, Brian Vickers was hospitalized after a trip to Washington, D.C. for what at the time was a mysterious condition. Forced to sit out that weekend’s race in Dover, speculation ran rampant as to what was keeping him out of the car. Those questions were answered in …

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Voices From the Heartland: I’ll Take “New” Busch Over “Old” Anyday

Editor’s Note: Turns out the news of Jeff Meyer’s demise is greatly exaggerated. After a three-and-a-half month sabbatical, one of the site’s fan favorites has returned! Come back every Thursday for his one-of-a-kind look at the sport we all love with Voices From the Heartland. As I watched the races these past two weeks at …

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Fanning the Flames: Of Money, Mears, Danica & Goodyears

The fish were biting, the beer was cold, and the batteries are now recharged. Come to think of it, it’s going to take a charged battery to get through a rather brutal schedule in June. I know it’s hard to follow Richmond, Darlington and Charlotte’s events that fall in May (yeah, I left Dover out… …

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Fantasy Insider: Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards Overdue & Solid Picks Sunday

Welcome back, everyone, to this week’s edition of the Fantasy Insider. At Charlotte, Jimmie Johnson really let us down, while Kurt Busch far exceeded any expectations in the Coca-Cola 600. But all was not lost for our fantasy rosters, as two other picks, David Reutimann and Jamie McMurray, posted top-five finishes — plus, Matt Kenseth …

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Mirror Driving: FOX’s Final Grade, Charlotte Crashing & The Chase at Halfway

The Coke 600 lived up to its name as the “Beast of the Southeast,” taking out several superstars in wrecks not of their own making. Which one were you most surprised by, and did track conditions where drivers seemed to be running on the ragged edge make for better racing?