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Is Joey Logano Set to Have a Career Season in 2014?

It's been a long ride for Joey Logano, but it seems that he is finally one of the top-tier drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. It seems like a million years ago that we saw Logano strapping into his No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota and getting ready to compete in his first Daytona 500 and a certain victory in the Raybestos Rookie of the Year race. Show More Summary

2014 Stock Watch for Drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Week 9 Edition

It's a new era in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series where wins, and not points, rule for at least the first 26 races of the season. The new rules for qualifying for the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup that is the sport's postseason certainly have spiced up the season through its first eight races. Show More Summary

NASCAR’s Spring Break Arrives After Intriguing Start

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has its own version of spring break and it has arrived, with the traditional Easter weekend hiatus. It’s time for a bit of rest, relaxation – and examination regarding the first eight races of the 2014 season. In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a lot going on, starting with the [...]

Chase Elliott vs. Kyle Larson: future Sprint Cup rivals?

Okay, I’ll start off by saying that I’m willing to be the first to admit that I was wrong about that decision by Chip Ganassi to move Kyle Larson up to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series for 2014 to replace the departed Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 Chevrolet. Soon after the announcement was [...]

What's Keeping Kyle Busch from Living Up to His Incredible Talent?

While doing some research on next Saturday's Sprint Cup race at Richmond International Raceway, I stumbled upon an amazing stat: Kyle Busch is just 30 laps shy of hitting 10,000 laps led in his Cup career. Think about that for a minute. At...Show More Summary

NASCAR Sprint Cup Drivers Who Desperately Needed This Weekend Off

Finally. Some time off. After a non-stop run of ten race weekends in a row, the teams of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series get to spend a weekend away from the race track. It’s also Easter weekend, which has traditionally been an off weekend...Show More Summary

Will one win get you in?

NASCAR’s new criteria for getting into the Chase for the Sprint Cup doesn’t completely diminish the value of points. After all, once slots are filled with race-winning drivers, the rest of the 16 driver/car field is to be filled according to the points standings. And, of course, there is the Chase spot reserved for the [...]

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Southern 500 at Darlington – Race Results

Team Chevy crossed the finish line occupying the top three spots at the conclusion of the Bojangles Southern 500, the eighth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to open the 2014 season.  After the first seven races the series had witnessed seven different faces in Victory Lane.  However, after 367-laps around the facility nicknamed the track [...]

Sprint Cup Chase 2014: NASCAR Standings, Schedule After Bojangles' Southern 500

Kevin Harvick started out the Bojangles' Southern 500 in first place, and he ended the Bojangles' Southern 500 in first place, becoming the first driver since Dale Jarrett in 1997 to win at Darlington after starting on the pole, per NASCAR Stats: Late in the race Saturday night, the victory looked to be slipping out of Harvick's fingers. Show More Summary

NASCAR at Darlington 2014: Live Results, Analysis from Bojangles' Southern 500

Darlington is one of the toughest tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit, and after the action we saw last week during a rescheduled race at Texas, anything can happen on Saturday night during the Bojangles' Southern 500. No one has...Show More Summary

Watch NASCAR Bojangles Southern 500 At Darlington Streaming Online Live

The NASCAR Bojangles Southern 500 runs today at 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. The Bojangles Southern 500 is the eighth race on the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. So far, each race has had a different winner. Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, Kyle Busch, Kurt Busch, Brad Keselowski and

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Southern 500 at Darlington – Race Line-Up

  For the second consecutive week a Chevrolet SS driver will lead the field down to the green flag for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race.  Kevin Harvick put his No. 4 Budweiser Chevrolet SS on the pole for Saturday night’s Bojangles Southern 500 NASCAR Sprint at Darlington Raceway.  He circled the 1.33-mile track with [...]

Is Richard Petty Motorsports' Early 2014 Success a Mirage?

When Richard Petty Motorsports driver Aric Almirola and teammate Marcos Ambrose start Saturday night's Bojangles' Southern 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Darlington Raceway, they'll be in excellent position to contend for the win. The...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Darlington 2014 Results: Race Order, Final Times and Twitter Reaction

The 2014 Sprint Cup season hasn't been kind to Kevin Harvick. Friday's qualifying for the Bojangles' Southern 500 might be the start of changing that. Harvick captured his first pole of the season at Darlington's late-afternoon session with an average speed of 183.479 mph and time of 26.802 seconds. Show More Summary

Complete Preview and Prediction for 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Darlington

No other track on t he NASCAR Sprint Cup circuit has more nicknames or taglines attached to it than Darlington Raceway. Every NASCAR fan knows them by heart. She is “The Lady in Black.” This place is “The Track Too Tough to Tame.” And...Show More Summary

NASCAR at Darlington 2014: Start Time, Lineup, TV Schedule and More

With a different winner in every Sprint Cup race so far this season, Saturday night's Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway is wide-open and could potentially go to almost anyone in the field. Night races always bring a great deal of excitement to the table, and this will be no different. Show More Summary

Matt Kenseth says he's (sort of) watching the points standings

Matt Kenseth is winless. Through seven Sprint Cup Series races, it's hardly a shocking statement. Jimmie Johnson is winless too. So is Tony Stewart. And Jeff Gordon. Kasey Kahne, too. But with seven different winners in the first seven...Show More Summary

Gordon Nabs Points Lead, On Verge Of Victory

For the first time in half a decade – 174 races for those counting – Jeff Gordon holds the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points lead. His last points lead came after the 2009 Coca-Cola 600, following a start to the season that saw a win and two runner-ups in the first seven races. He’s enjoying [...]

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