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NASCAR News & Notes of the Week

Edwards, Allmendinger, Gordon and Ryan Blaney highlight storylines
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<p> Athlon Sports contributor Dustin Long takes a spin around the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, with Carl Edwards' new crew chief, AJ Allmendinger's test date, Martin Truex Jr.'s contract situation and Jeff Gordon's trip to Rwanda.</p>

Carl Edwards, winless in his last 52 races and fighting to make NASCAR’s Chase for the Championship, has a new crew chief, Roush Fenway Racing announced Tuesday.

Chad Norris will replace Bob Osborne as Edwards’ crew chief immediately. Osborne was with Edwards when Edwards made his Cup debut in 2004 and ran the final 13 races that year. The following season, their first full season together, Edwards won four races and finished third in the points. 

The Sordid Tale of Jeremy Mayfield

Time for Denial is Long Past

by Tom Bowles

It’s been a little over 48 hours since Jeremy Mayfield’s final NASCAR chapter — filled with drugs, guns, allegedly stolen equipment — and the stench of an ugly lie has been revealed. It’s the last bit of content for what will be a 500-page, tell-all book someday, but now with the wounds still fresh I can only summarize two years of Mayfield mayhem in just one word:


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<p> Athlon Sports contributor Tom Bowles examines the long, sad plight of banned NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield — and the latest twist in what seems to be a never-ending saga.</p>