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Jeff Gordon
If Denny Hamlin can win races now, it makes one wonder what he’ll do later this season as the communication with new crew chief Darian Grubb improves and Grubb puts more of his stamp on the team’s cars being built. Hamlin is one of only two...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
Typically known for dealing with the thunderous roar of tornadoes, this weekend the Sprint Cup Series storms into Kansas for the STP 400. Sunday’s race will be the 12th for the Sprint Cup Series at the Kansas Speedway, and the last on the...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro 1. Greg Biffle  Cemented his status as the points leader with an impressive win in Texas. Biffle has yet to finish worse than 13th this season, and is looking forward to Kansas — one of his best tracks — this weekend....
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro The NASCAR Sprint Cup point standings have always been more consistency-based than win-centric. This season alone, two-time race winner Tony Stewart found himself third in the standings behind winless drivers Greg Biffle and...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
2012 surprises, tips for the track and listening to NASCAR on SiriusXM Radio by Dustin Long A weekend without racing didn’t mean that the Backseat Drivers Fan Council had a break. While offering opinions throughout the season, the Backseat...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT by Dustin Long Everybody is waiting. It’s been nearly two weeks since Bruton Smith said that he would order changes to Bristol Motor Speedway’s track surface after a sharp decline in attendance for the spring race...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
Taking Stock of the 2012 Sprint Cup at the Easter Break Six weeks into the 2012 NASCAR season, the Sprint Cup Series heads into the first of only two off-weekends of the year. With no race this weekend, and thus no fantasy picks to make, let’s...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
Exploring the lack of yellow flags in the Sprint Cup Series this season by Tom Bowles For years, NASCAR has given new meaning to the phrase “contact sport.” With 43 cars in close proximity at tracks as little as a half-mile in length, it’s...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long Members of the Backseat Drivers Fan Council had much to talk about in regards to Martinsville. From their thoughts on David Reutimann trying to make it to the end but causing a late-race caution to the racing in both the Sprint...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT by Dustin Long Tony Stewart ended Jimmie Johnson’s championship reign last year but are NASCAR fans witnessing an end of an era? For a driver who, on average, once won about one out of every six starts, Johnson has...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long Five races into the season and a few drivers expected to make the Chase are struggling. Hendrick Motorsports teammates Jeff Gordon and Kasey Kahne both are outside the top 20 in points. Last year’s runner-up, Carl Edwards, has...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Jay Pennell Few sports crisscross the United States quite like NASCAR, and with that, the Sprint Cup Series returns to the East Coast this weekend for the Goody’s Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway. Rain got the best of the series...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long Kasey Kahne is not panicking about the start to his season. He’s relieved, in a way, heading into this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway even though he’s 27th in championship standings. Kahne feels...
Rich McVey
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long Have you noticed the oddity already taking place in NASCAR this season? Don’t see it? Look at the Nationwide Series where all three races have been won by drivers not competing full time in Cup this year. James Buescher won...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro 1. Greg Biffle  Biffle’s team was the one under the Roush Fenway banner that laid low during the offseason. The result has been third-place finishes across the board. Bristol is usually good to them, too. 2. Jimmie...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
Kobalt Tools 400 Entry List Las Vegas Motor Speedway Entry list for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Driver, Number, Make, Team Jamie McMurray, No. 1 Chevrolet, Earnhardt Ganassi Racing Brad...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro Like every other NASCAR landing page on the web, Athlon Sports has a little fun each week ranking the drivers and teams of the Sprint Cup circuit. Our rankings go beyond how each finished the weekend prior and/or where they...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
  by Matt Taliaferro   NASCAR has suspended Hendrick Motorsports crew chief Chad Knaus and car chief Ron Malec six races for C-posts on the No. 48 Chevrolet that the sanctioning body did not approve of in pre-qualifying inspection in...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long For a moment, well, actually about two hours on Monday night, it appeared as if the Daytona 500 would conclude one of the greatest weekends in racing upsets. As crews doused a jet fuel fire and then washed Turn 3 with Tide,...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
2012 Daytona 500 Starting Lineup  1. Carl Edwards, No. 99 Ford, Roush Fenway Racing  2. Greg Biffle, No. 16 Ford, Roush Fenway Racing  3. Tony Stewart, No. 14 Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing  4. Matt Kenseth, No. 17 Ford,...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro The Daytona 500 will kick off another exciting NASCAR season on Sunday, as Tony Stewart tries to defend his Sprint Cup title against many worthy adversaries. The Budweiser Shootout was exciting last weekend with Kyle Busch...
Patrick Snow
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Dustin Long Athlon Sports: You had gone three years without winning multiple races in a season before 2011. How did 2011 revitalize you? Jeff Gordon: That is definitely the proper phrase. It has. This team has revitalized me. I see it...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
by Matt Taliaferro Kyle Busch won a crash-filled Budweiser Shootout on Saturday evening, kicking off Daytona Speedweeks in spectacular fashion. Busch’s .013-second win over Tony Stewart (right) was the closest finish in the Shootout’s 34-year...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
2012 Daytona 500 Entry List by Matt Taliaferro Forty-nine teams are entered for the 54th annual Daytona 500 on Feb. 26. Forty-three cars will qualify for The Great American Race. The front row for the event will be determined in qualifying on...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago
Jeff Gordon
2012 Budweiser Shootout by Matt Taliaferro Thirty three drivers are eligible for NASCAR's 2012 Budweiser Shootout. The Shootout, which unofficially kicks off Speedweeks at Daytona International Speedway, will be televised on Saturday, Feb. 18...
Matt Taliaferro
2 years ago

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