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NASCAR 101: With 13 Down, Who Can Win with 13 to Go?

Joey Logano. Jimmie Johnson. Kevin Harvick. Carl Edwards. Brad Keselowski. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Kurt Busch. Matt Kenseth. Denny Hamlin. With 13 races run in the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, these are the drivers who have punched a ticket to the Chase when it begins come September. A blistering …

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Numbers Game 11/12/2012

by Garrett Horton 0 Kurt Busch has failed to win a race this year, and if he is unable to take the checkered flag at Homestead, it would snap a streak of ten consecutive season with at least one win. It is currently the third longest active streak behind Tony …

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Numbers Game 11/05/2012

by Garrett Horton 2 Despite being considered just a two man race for this year’s Sprint Cup championship, there are only two of the 12 Chasers that have been mathematically eliminated from the title hunt. With two races left, any driver within 96 points of the number one spot still …

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Numbers Game 10/29/2012

by Garrett Horton 0 Brad Keselowski has never scored a top-10 in eight career races at Texas Motor Speedway, which is where the series will race this weekend. 2 Johnson’s win from the pole on Sunday marked just the second time this year a driver has won the race starting …

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Numbers Game 10/22/2012

by Garrett Horton 0 Kevin Harvick has not scored a top-10 in a single Chase race this year. His best finish has been an 11th, occurring three times. 1 Kyle Busch has just one combined victory in all three of NASCAR’s division this year after averaging almost 21 since the …

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Numbers Game 10-15-2012

by Garrett Horton 2 In its first five years of operation, Michael Waltrip Racing earned a total of two Sprint Cup victories, both with David Reutimann. In his first year with the organization, Clint Bowyer has delivered MWR three wins in just 31 races. 2nd Denny placed second in both …

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Numbers Game 10/08/2013

by Garrett Horton 2.3 If you take away his finish at Chicago, Jeff Gordon’s average finish is a 2.3 since Bristol. His last three finishes consist of third at Loudon, second at Dover, and second at Talladega. Before his accident at Chicago that left him with a 35th-place result, he …

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Numbers Game: 2012 Sylvania 300

by Garrett Horton 0 There were no DNF’s due to accidents on Sunday, the second time in the last three races that has occurred. 2 It was noted during ESPN’s broadcast of the Sylvania 300 that the winner of the second Chase race has gone on to win the championship …

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Numbers Game 9/17/2012

by Garrett Horton 0 Despite all of Jimmie Johnson’s Chase accomplishments, there is a goose egg in the win column for Chase race openers. 2 The number of times a driver who won the Chase opener went on to win the championship – Kurt Busch in 2004 and Tony Stewart …

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