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NASCAR Sprint Unlimited: my take

The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season is set to take its first green flag Saturday night for the Sprint Unlimited, formerly known as the Budweiser Shootout and the Busch Clash before that for fans that have been around for awhile. That format change NASCAR came up with a couple or so years ago that [...]

How would you vote in the Sprint Unlimited fan voting?

Not only does the Sprint Unlimited have a new name (from the Budweiser Shootout) but it could feature some new wrinkles that will be determined by fan voting. NASCAR and Sprint announced that fan voting through the official NASCAR app...Show More Summary

Budweiser Shootout renamed the Sprint Unlimited for 2013

After Budweiser announced that it wouldn't be sponsoring the race now known as the Shootout in 2013, the exhibition race the week before the Daytona 500 was looking for a new sponsor and potentially, a new name. It now has both. And,...Show More Summary

The Hangover: Budweiser Shootout Goes To Kevin Harvick Again

This Bud apparently isn't for anyone but Kevin Harvick. Harvick hogged all the beer for the second straight year, winning the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona on Saturday night in an anti-climactic finish that ended with a caution flag. Battling...Show More Summary

Kyle Busch Eyes Sprint Cup Turnaround at Richmond After Slow Start to 2012

Kyle Busch is not off to the start he may have hoped for in 2012. Since going to victory lane in the season-opening exhibition event, the Budweiser Shootout, Busch has gone winless in Sprint Cup points-paying races so far in 2012 with a pair of Top Fives and three Top 10s to his credit in the season's first eight races. Show More Summary

Breaking down the 2012 All-Star Race format

The Budweiser Shootout has become somewhat of a running joke over the last few years thanks to its constantly changing eligibility rules. Now, it's the Sprint All-Star Race's turn to change up the format. NASCAR and Sprint announcedShow More Summary

NASCAR Fines And Suspends No. 48 Team Members

After NASCAR found a non-conforming "C" pillar on five-time Sprint Cup Series Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 Lowes Chevrolet during February 17 pre-race inspections prior to the Budweiser Shootout, many assumed any fines or other penalties would be meted out after the Daytona 500. This sort of announcement would normally occur on a Tuesday following a...

Daytona 500 2012: 15 Memorable Moments from the 2012 Great American Race

The 54th running of the Daytona 500 will not soon be forgotten by fans, participants and organizers. What began in smooth fashion with the conclusions of the Budweiser Shootout and the Gatorade Duels one week prior, fell into a virtual cacophony that started on Feb. Show More Summary

Budweiser to Sponsor Speedweeks and Duel At Daytona Beginning in 2013; drops Shootout sponsorship

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. - Budweiser has secured title sponsorship of Daytona Speedweeks and the Duel at Daytona beginning in 2013. One of the evolving stories of Speedweeks came to a close on Friday morning when Budweiser and Daytona International Speedway announced the new agreement. Show More Summary

Budweiser to sponsor Speedweeks, Duel at Daytona in 2013; drops Shootout sponsorship

Budweiser to sponsor Speedweeks, Duel at Daytona in 2013; drops Shootout sponsorship Budweiser has secured title sponsorship of Daytona Speedweeks and the Duel at Daytona beginning in 2013. These enhancements to Budweiser’s partnership...Show More Summary

Daytona 500: Predicting the pace of the Great American Race

DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. - As a standalone race, neither the Budweiser Shootout nor the Gatorade Duels at Daytona gave us a clear indication of how the Daytona 500 will play out. But combining the data from both races should deliver a complete picture. The first Gatorade Duel is an analogy for the opening stages of the race. Show More Summary

Daytona 500 2012: Restored Pack Racing Will Cause Controversy

By restoring the Daytona 500's "pack mentality" this year, NASCAR has put the fans before the drivers. And, judging by Saturday's Budweiser Shootout exhibition, there are bound to be plenty of upset drivers after Sunday's big race. NASCAR...Show More Summary

NASCAR Tweaks Bud Shootout Eligibility; Rethinks Team Point Swaps

With an exciting 25-combatant 2012 Budweiser Shootout in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rear-view mirror, the sanctioning body has decided to return to eligibility roots for next year's Bud Shootout. Next season's field will consist of 2012 Coors Light Pole winners and past Shootout winners who have attempted to qualify for at least one racing...

Daytona 500 Odds: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Will Steal Show

The biggest names in NASCAR are currently itching to make a mad dash for the checkered flag at Daytona, and Dale Earnhardt Jr. is one that will lead the pack. We are fresh off an exciting weekend that included the Budweiser Shootout and a look at what racing should look like with new rules on restrictor plate racing. Show More Summary

Bud Shootout 2012: Kyle Busch's Exhibition Win a Perfect Intro to NASCAR Season

The 2012 Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway may have only been an exhibition without any implications on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings whatsoever, but don't tell that to the 25 drivers who partook in the race. Show More Summary

NASCAR Budweiser Shootout: 10 Lessons We Learned over the Weekend at Daytona

The Budweiser Shootout at Daytona is designed to be a spectacle for the fans as the Cup drivers hit the track for the first official NASCAR event of Speedweeks. The stomach-churning drama of the event did not fail to disappoint in the excitement department. Show More Summary

NASCAR: Wild Man Busch Wins Wild Shootout

Despite being involved in two near wrecks and having a beat up car as a result, wild man Kyle Busch barely edged Tony Stewart at the line of the Budweiser Shootout by a mere.013 seconds, a new record for the popular race. This year’s...Show More Summary

2012 Daytona 500: Who Will Survive the Pack Draft?

Saturday night's Budweiser Shootout showcased a return to "old school racing" and fantastic wrecking. By the time the checkered flag finally waved on Kyle Bush, all but four cars had been involved in some sort of melee. Unfortunately, some of the best cars of the evening were taken out of competition along the way. Show More Summary

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