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NASCAR at Kansas 2014: Latest NASCAR Team News, Drivers to Watch and More

As NASCAR prepares to take over Kansas Speedway for the Hollywood Casino 400, the Chase for the Sprint Cup has heated up after four drivers were eliminated in the Challenger Round. Only 12 drivers remain in the Contender Round, and the playing field has been leveled, as all start the next three-race series with the exact same number of points. Show More Summary

2014 Stock Watch for Drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Chase: Week 30 Edition

The Chase Challenger round is history. Bring on the Chase Contender round. And while you're at it, take stock of the 12 drivers who are left in this 2014 NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup as well as the four who just left it. Jeff Gordon obviously is one whose stock is on the rise at just the right time. Show More Summary

Danica Patrick: Latest News and 2014 Sprint Cup Standing Ahead of Kansas

After starting the 2014 AAA 400 in 13th, Danica Patrick and the No. 10 Chevrolet were forced to walk out of Dover International Speedway with a 25th-place finish. Through five career races on the mile-long concrete track, Patrick has an average finish of 25.80 and was right on that mark again Sunday. Show More Summary

The Biggest NASCAR Storylines Ahead of the Sprint Cup Series at Kansas II

Four are gone and 12 remain. Brad Keselowski leads the field of 12 remaining Chase drivers into the Contender round, perhaps the most difficult of the four rounds that make up the Chase. The first, the Challenger round was all aboutShow More Summary

Going back to original Chase for the Sprint Cup predictions

Looking back.... Okay, not looking back all that far, just a few days back to the weekend when I updated my prediction on which four drivers would fail to advance to the second, or contender round, based on then-current standings, I would have been better off if I’d left well enough alone. [...]

The Finish Order: Jeff Gordon Rises To The Occasion At Dover

BY DAVE GRAYSON At the very beginning of the 2014 NASCAR racing season, many of us were wondering if four time Sprint Cup Series Jeff Gordon was contemplating retirement in the near future. The golden boy of NASCAR’s 1990?s era became the sport’s elder statesman. Now, as we approach the final months of the racing season, it’s apparent that the “R” [...]

Latest Tony Stewart Comments Show Racing Normalcy Still a Long Way Off

In examining Tony Stewart's comments from Monday's news conference at the Stewart-Haas Racing complex, which the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver co-owns with Gene Haas, one fact became abundantly clear very quickly. While Stewart's first Q&A session with the media since the Aug. Show More Summary

Fantasy NASCAR at Kansas 2014: Picks, Top Drivers for Hollywood Casino 400

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Kansas City, Kansas, this week for the Hollywood Casino 400. The series last raced at Kansas Speedway in a Saturday night race in May. The three drivers who dominated the last race at Kansas are the same drivers who are running well in the Chase. Show More Summary

NASCAR 2014 at Dover II: Winners and Losers from the AAA 400

Dover brought a monstrous finish to the Challenger Round of NASCAR ’s Chase for the Sprint Cup. The word of the day was "pressure," pressure strong enough to crush carbon into diamonds, and it was Jeff Gordon who powered through forShow More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2014 recap: Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski, Kevin Harvick showcase championship form in Round 1

Round 1 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup saw Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick separate themselves as championship favorites. If you need a microcosm of the 2014 NASCAR season and a blueprint for how the rest of the Chase...Show More Summary

2014 NASCAR standings: Allmendinger, Busch, Biffle, Almirola fail to advance in Chase

AJ Allmendinger, Kurt Busch, Greg Biffle and Aric Almirola all were eliminated from NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup. With Dover International Speedway playing host to the first elimination race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup, four...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: AAA 400 at Dover – Race Results

Jeff Gordon took the checkered flag in Sunday’s AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway, but four other drivers got the axe in the first Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup elimination race in the history of the sport. AJ Allmendinger, 2004 series champion Kurt Busch,Greg Biffle and Aric Almirola missed the cut for the next round of the Chase, as the field was [...]

Jeff Gordon's Dover Win Shows Rest of Chase Will Be Week-to-Week Roller Coaster

Two plus seven equals one—at least that's how NASCAR's new math has worked thus far for Jeff Gordon in the Chase for the Sprint Cup. After leaving Chicagoland three weeks ago, riding high in the Chase standings (ranked second), Gordon...Show More Summary

2014 Sprint Cup Chase: Jeff Gordon Back in Title Contention with Convincing Win

This time, Jeff Gordon was not to be denied. There would be no tire going flat in sight of the checkered flag, no engine turning sour in the closing laps and no late caution flag to spoil his victory on Sunday in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway, race No. Show More Summary

Jeff Gordon advances in Chase for the Sprint Cup championship

Jeff Gordon won the third race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship for an automatic spot in the 12-driver field that advanced to the next round.

Jeff Gordon wins the 2014 AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway

Jeff Gordon wins for the fourth time this year, while a spirited run by Kasey Kahne advances him to Round 2 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. Jeff Gordon won the first elimination race of the Chase for the Sprint Cup at Dover International...Show More Summary

Sprint Cup Chase Standings 2014: NASCAR Grid, Schedule After AAA 400

Jeff Gordon led for 94 laps and took first place in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway on Sunday, moving up two spots to fifth in the Sprint Cup Series standings. Brad Keselowski, Jimmie Johnson, Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth rounded out the top five, and all of them are legitimate threats to win the entire competition. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Dover 2014 Results: Winner, Sprint Cup Standings and Highlights

The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup is now down to 12 competitors after Jeff Gordon's win at the AAA 400 in Dover. Brad Keselowski earned second place with Jimmie Johnson coming in third as each top driver remains a top contender to win the entire championship. Show More Summary

NASCAR Dover 2014: Prospect of elimination puts squeeze on drivers

Four drivers will be eliminated from championship contention following Sunday’s NASCAR race at Dover. When the Chase for the Sprint Cup was blown up this past January, NASCAR chairman Brian France spoke frequently about wanting to manufacture...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Dover 2014: Race Schedule, Live Stream Info and Drivers to Watch

When the 43-car field gets the AAA 400 started Sunday afternoon, tensions will be high and there will be plenty on the line. Specifically, the ability to extend the Chase for the Sprint Cup for four drivers, as the Chase field will narrow from 16 to 12 at the conclusion of the race at Dover International Speedway. Show More Summary

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