Jeff Gordon

NASCAR's 13 Greatest Moments of Retaliation

Kvapil’s domestic violence arrest another NASCAR mess

Geoffrey Miller's Five Things to Watch at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Geoffrey Miller highlights the five storylines to watch as the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit visits Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Bank of America 500.

1. Travis Kvapil’s domestic violence arrest another NASCAR mess
The controversies for NASCAR in 2013 have often taken a turn far from on-track action. Instead, the cavalcade of driver romance, drivers making asinine statements, fans getting injured and the whole Chase field fiasco has buffeted the sport’s news cycle between often so-so racing.

Enter Travis Kvapil.

NASCAR's Top 10 Bumps, Spins and Rattled Cages

Busch wins in Atlanta; NASCAR Chase race tightens

Through the Gears: Four things we learned in the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway
Post-race reaction from Kyle Busch's win in the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

So much happened at Atlanta Motor Speedway this past weekend that the winner was, in some ways, irrelevant. Kyle Busch’s fourth NASCAR Sprint Cup victory clinched his spot in the Chase, but it was one the driver had on lockdown for weeks. The No. 18 Toyota, comfortably within the top 10 in points, has been overshadowed amongst potential title contenders by Jimmie Johnson’s strength-turned-slump and Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Matt Kenseth’s five wins.

Fantasy NASCAR Picks for Atlanta Motor Speedway

Geoffrey Miller breaks down the best fantasy options for the AdvoCare 500
Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski top the list of fantasy picks for NASCAR's trip to Atlanta Motor Speedway for the AdvoCare 500.

To help guide you through the 2013 Fantasy NASCAR season, Athlon Sports contributor Geoffrey Miller will be offering his best predictions for each race. And because Yahoo's Fantasy Auto Racing game is arguably the most popular, he’ll break down the picks according to its NASCAR driver classes — A-List, B-List, C-List. The main picks are designed to make optimal use of Yahoo!’s 9-start maximum rule over the course of the season.

NASCAR Numbers Game: 6 Amazing Stats for Atlanta

David Smith crunches the numbers to reveal some telling stats for the AdvoCare 500
David Smith crunches the numbers to reveal some revealing NASCAR stats for the AdvoCare 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Sports, especially auto racing and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series genre, has a way of handing success to those who make news for other reasons. Or at least that is the perception.

"Payback" the order of the night in NASCAR's visit to Bristol?

Geoffrey Miller's Five Things to Watch at Bristol Motor Speedway
Geoffrey Miller's five things to watch as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series hits Bristol Motor Speedway for the Irwin Tools Night Race.

1. Bristol’s middle name may well be “payback”  Ryan Newman
You’ll probably make it through at least the first 10 seconds of the ABC race broadcast Saturday night without seeing a replay of an irritated driver throwing something or two cars bellowing sparks in the Bristol night as they crash. Just don’t expect to avoid it for much longer.

Drivers look to secure NASCAR Chase bids in Michigan

Geoffrey Miller's Five Things to Watch at Michigan International Speedway
Geoffrey Miller's five things to watch as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series hits Michigan International Speedway for the Pure Michigan 400.

Winning still not everything for nearly locked-in Chase drivers  Jimmie Johnson
Sunday’s green flag at Michigan International Speedway will leave just three left before NASCAR’s field for the Chase for the Sprint Cup is set. Series points leader Jimmie Johnson is the only one of the 43 drivers who will start the race who knows he’s completely and totally locked in the championship field.

Top 10 Amazing Feats in NASCAR History

Kyle Busch climbs back into NASCAR contention with Watkins Glen win

Through the Gears: Four things we learned at Watkins Glen
Reaction from Watkins Glen, where Kyle Busch beat Brad Keselowski in NASCAR's Cheez-It 355 at The Glen.

Second place really is the first loser. We hear that cliché overused in sports, and the last two weeks in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series have taught us the consequences of settling for runner-up. Last week there Jeff Gordon, seemingly in control of his Chase destiny until a late-race Pocono caution set up a green-white-checker finish with Kasey Kahne. The No. 5 car got the jump entering Turn 1, cleared his teammate through the Tunnel Turn and — voila! — Gordon’s victory vanished.

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