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Bubble Breakdown: As Daytona Nears, Points Shake Up Amongst the Top 35

Greetings race fans, can you believe we are less than two weeks away from the Daytona 500? The month of February is without a doubt the best part of the season; drivers, fans, and the media are refreshed after a nice three month break and all the teams get another opportunity to win the sports …

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Frontstretch NASCAR Power Rankings: Top 15 After the 2010 AAA Texas 500

Texas Motor Speedway became Denny Hamlin’s personal playground on Sunday, when he unseated Jimmie Johnson from the top spot in the standings for the first time this late in the season since 2005. Johnson was plagued with pit road issues, which led to the No. 24 team moving over to pit him – a move …

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Grading the 2010 NASCAR Pack, Part III: Drivers Brad Keselowski – Brian Vickers

With the NASCAR season two-thirds of the way gone and the final off week now out of our way, we’re taking a brief moment of respite, grading all the drivers and teams once again on their performance so far in 2010. Tuesday, we covered an owner-by-owner breakdown of season results so far… all of which you …

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Fantasy Insider: Carl Edwards, Greg Biffle Have History & Momentum Heading to Bristol

Ah, the Bristol night race is upon us. And while the Chase format has watered down this race as no one driver wants to actually race a Chase contender and up knock him into the wall, its still one of the better races of the year. If they really wanted to spruce things up they …

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Report: Paul Menard to 4th Richard Childress Racing Team in 2011

Frontstretch‘s Matt Taliaferro is reporting he’s learned Paul Menard has agreed in principle to move to Richard Childress Racing for 2011. Sponsorship would continue to come from his father’s company, Menards, with a car number and crew chief to be announced. No word on an official announcement yet from either side, but the team would …

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Did You Notice? “Waving” a Silly NASCAR Rule Goodbye, Innovation vs. Ignore & Real Heroes

Did You Notice? That Pocono was one rain shower away from the most laughable victory NASCAR has ever seen? Under a red flag for rain, Sam Hornish Jr. – yes, the same Sam Hornish Jr. that has yet to score a top-10 finish this year – was sitting out front, using pit strategy to vault …

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5 Points to Ponder: Poor Judgment by NASCAR Vets, More Money, Mo Problems & NASCAR Ain’t the NBA

1.) Since cutting down to three NASCAR Sprint Cup cars, all three drivers have run considerably better throughout 2010. Debate causality until the cows come home, the three-car RCR operation is now leading the Cup standings and poised to give JJ a run for his money come fall with Kevin Harvick, Jeff Burton and possibly even Clint Bowyer.

Who’s Hot/Who’s Not in Sprint Cup: 2010 Coke Zero 400 at Daytona Edition

Don’t you just love summer vacations? For me, the countdown is on; I’m just 48 hours from sitting on a beach, turning off the cell phone, and forgetting about the world for a few. Sure, I’m sad to miss the 400-mile melee at Daytona Beach – my favorite track to visit on the circuit – …

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