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Danica Patrick: Latest News and 2014 Sprint Cup Ranking Ahead of Brickyard

During the long NASCAR season, breaks are a necessity for every driver. Danica Patrick is certainly one of those after an up-and-down start to the year. The Stewart-Haas Racing driver has captured two top-10 results this season but also added yet another finish outside of the top 20 at New Hampshire prior to the break. Show More Summary

The Biggest NASCAR Storylines Ahead of the Sprint Cup Series in Indianapolis

NASCAR ’s Sprint Cup teams return to work this weekend with the 20th running of the Brickyard 400, still one of the sport’s crown jewels. When we left off two weeks ago, Brad Keselowski had swept the weekend at New Hampshire, winning...Show More Summary

Tony defends decision to race sprint cars

A happy Tony Stewart is back doing what he loves. Tony Stewart was going to race a sprint car last month. Then fate intervened in the form of rain which forced the three-time Cup champion to wait longer to return to his roots. That moment...Show More Summary

Midseason Stock Watch for 2014 Sprint Cup Teams

With 19 of the 36 Sprint Cup points races in the books and the series headed to Indianapolis Motor Speedway after a rare weekend off, it's time to check out which organizations are moving in the right direction, which may need just a...Show More Summary

Which Eligible NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Will Miss out on the 2014 Chase?

Like water circling around in a sink before going down a drain, those drivers that have not yet qualified for the Chase for the Sprint Cup are slowly watching their playoff hopes also go down the drain. With 11 drivers already having...Show More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR at Indianapolis 2014: Picks, Top Drivers for Brickyard 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Indianapolis, Indiana, this week for the John Wayne Walding 400. Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the most difficult race tracks for drivers to conquer. The long straightaways allow drivers to drive wide open. Show More Summary

Morgan Shepherd’s daughter defends her father’s racing

Last weekend, in the most recent NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, Morgan Shepherd broke his own record as the oldest driver to start a Sprint Cup race. His age — north of 70 — became controversial after an in-race incident with then-second-place-running Joey Logano. After the incident, Logano [...]

Dramatic action on day 2 of the Camp David World Cup of SUP in Germany, as Kai Lenny clinches sprint victory

Kai Lenny edges to victory in the sprint racing at the Camp David World Cup of SUP Kai Lenny (Naish) manages to edge to victory today in the World Series Sprint Racing in a familiar battle to the bitter end with friend and adversary, Connor Baxter (Starboard).Sitting in second through the first 3 legs of the [...]

10 Burning Questions for the Remainder of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season

With 19 races in the books and 17 left, the 2014 Sprint Cup Series season is at somewhat of a fork in the road. For teams like Hendrick Motorsports, it's been a good to great season thus far, with three of its four drivers assured to...Show More Summary

NASCAR Physics 101: Why Tires on Sprint Cup Cars Keep Failing

If there was a secondary and even more important story to come out of last weekend’s Sprint Cup race in New Hampshire—besides the sweep of the weekend by Brad Keselowski—it was the early retirement, for the second weekend in a row, of...Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Who Most Needed a Week Off

The votes are in. The fans have spoken. Here is the official top 10 list of NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers who needed a weekend off. Well, not really. But it sounds good. Now that I have your attention, what you have here is a look at 10Show More Summary

Next Up: Crown Jewel At The Brickyard

It’ll be here before you know it, and it’ll be a big one … one of the biggest on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule – the Crown Royal Presents The John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard (July 27 at 1 p.m. ET on ESPN). At one of the world’s most iconic sporting venues [...]

A Look Back Heading Into Season’s Last Break

Hopefully, NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers take a breather this weekend. But some simply can’t get enough. Kasey Kahne and Kyle Larson both will run in Saturday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Chicagoland Speedway. David Gilliland will race against his father (Butch) and son (Todd) in a Super Late Model Series race at Irwindale Speedway in California. They love the [...]

Dale Jr., Keselowski Lock Up Chase Spots

Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s storybook season that began with a second victory in the Daytona 500 reached another level on Sunday, a vital one in the ultimate goal of winning a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship. He is now a member of the 16-driver Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Assuming he attempts to qualify for the remaining [...]

NASCAR Nationwide Series at Chicago 2014: Full Schedule, Standings and Preview

For Brad Keselowski, the weekend at New Hampshire was one to remember. As for every other Nationwide and Sprint Cup driver, it was spent trying to figure out how to overcome Keselowski. The 2012 Sprint Cup champion throttled the field...Show More Summary

Maybe higher minimum speed limits are the answer

Prior to the Camping World RV Sales 301 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon this past Sunday, Morgan Shepherd was celebrated for breaking his own record as being the oldest driver to compete in the series, as the New Hampshire race was to be his second-start of the season. [...]

2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Driver Rankings: Week 20 Edition

There is movement and grumbling at the top of the Bleacher Report NASCAR Sprint Cup driver rankings. While Brad Keselowski obviously is on the move in the right direction with two victories in the last three races, how about a shout-out for the manufacturer of the race car he and others drive? That would be Ford, of course. Keselowski drives the No. Show More Summary

The Top Feel-Good Storylines of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season

Just past the halfway point of the 2014 NASCAR schedule, and it ’ s time for the teams of the Sprint Cup series to take a well-deserved final weekend off before the start of the grueling 17-race stretch that will take them to the end...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Camping World RV Sales 301 – Race Results

For Brad Keselowski, it’s beginning to look an awful lot like 2012 when everything went right on the way to a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series title. Keselowski led 138 of the last 232 laps to win Sunday’s Camping World RV Sales 301 for his third Sprint Cup victory of the season. He held off Kyle Busch on the final restart [...]

Joey Logano not happy with 72-year-old driver who knocked him out of race

Joey Logano was holding a second-place position in NASCAR’s Sprint Cup event in New Hampshire when his hopes of winning the race got derailed. He got hit from behind and spun out by another driver. Another driver who had been lapped 15 times at that point. Oh, and who is 72 years old. Suffice it to say that […]

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