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Where you at JJ?

Last week I went out on somewhat of a limb saying that Jimmie Johnson wouldn’t win until at least June.

I also wrote something saying something like Kevin Harvick should probably start getting concerned here soon. 505 more words

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Fab 5: Tracking the Good, Bad and the Ugly through Week 8

Photo Credit: Visit Florida

With no race this weekend to look forward to (sad face), I thought it would be a good time to take stock of this year’s new* Fab 5 column. 619 more words

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Going through NASCAR withdrawal already? Here's some intriguing numbers to devour

NASCAR may have the upcoming weekend off for the Easter holiday, but that doesn’t mean its crack team of statisticians is on vacation like most of the drivers and teams. 474 more words

NASCAR AMERICA: Monday Round-Up (VIDEO)

Kevin Harvick may have won last Saturday night at Darlington Raceway, but three other drivers stood out in Kyle Petty’s eyes.

On today’s episode of NASCAR AMERICA, Petty and host Rick Allen discussed the strong performances of Dale Earnhardt Jr. 211 more words

American-based F1 franchise, Haas Formula, officially introduced

Over the last year, we’ve learned that Gene Haas is not afraid to take big risks.

The NASCAR team co-owner proved as much this past off-season when… 817 more words

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson do it old school style in a pair of classic pickup trucks (VIDEOS)

While they drive state-of-the-art stock cars on the racetrack, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. are both old school in their off-track tastes.

In a new multi-part online series from Valvoline, Johnson and Junior — or is it Junior and Johnson — get down to some fancy driving not just in their trademark Chevrolets, but they do it in true old school fashion with a pair of vintage pickups. 117 more words

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Crown Jewels: Harvick continues to win, impress competitors

Kevin Harvick doesn’t win poles.

Qualifying has never been his forte. Winning, yes, but logging laps for a starting position wasn’t that big of a big priority. 483 more words

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