Kevin Harvick continues to show off his “clutch gene”

by Ryan Isley In sports, we always talk about athletes who have (or don’t have) the “clutch gene.” When it comes to NASCAR, the driver who has shown that gene recently has been Kevin Harvick. For the second straight season, Harvick has taken advantage of NASCAR’s new Chase for the Sprint Cup format of “win... Continue Reading →

Look For Hendrick Motorsports to Deliver in FedEx 400

by Ryan Isley At this week’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series FedEx 400 benefiting Autism Speaks, look for the trophy to be delivered to Hendrick Motorsports, with either Jimmie Johnson or Jeff Gordon being the one accepting. Jimmie Johnson has been dominant at Dover with nine wins, 14 top-5s and 19 top-10s in 26 career races at the... Continue Reading →

How A Dale Earnhardt Fan Came To Like Jeff Gordon

by Ryan Isley From winning championships to kissing the bricks to being mentioned in a song by Nelly, you could say Jeff Gordon has had a pretty successful NASCAR career. But it had to come to an end sometime – all good things do. It was announced on Thursday that 2015 would be the final... Continue Reading →

Kevin Harvick Championship May Have Been Helped By Dale Earnhardt

by Ryan Isley Dale Earnhardt won seven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (formerly Winston Cup Series) titles in his career. You can probably go ahead and make that seven and a half now. You have to think that Earnhardt played a hand in Kevin Harvick winning his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship this past weekend... Continue Reading →

Brad Keselowski Not Making Many Friends During NASCAR's Chase

by Ryan Isley Brad Keselowski was once known as the young up-and-coming, fun-loving, beer-guzzling NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion. Now, he is simply known as a “dipshit,” to quote Jeff Gordon. Once again this past Sunday, it was Keselowski who found himself in the middle of controversy and flying fists, as it was his move... Continue Reading →

Austin Dillon Driving the No.3 in Sprint Cup Series is Wrong Move for NASCAR

by Ryan Isley One of the top stories heading into the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be as easy as one, two, THREE. Yes, Three. As in the No.3. The one last driven in the series by the iconic Dale Earnhardt. It was officially unveiled on Wednesday that Austin Dillon – grandson of Richard... Continue Reading →

The Chase Has Altered the Perception of Jimmie Johnson

by Ryan Isley This has become somewhat of a coronation week for Jimmie Johnson as he heads to Homestead-Miami Speedway with a 28-point lead over Matt Kenseth and a 34-point lead over Kevin Harvick. The 38-year-old is looking for his sixth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in eight seasons after winning five straight from 2006... Continue Reading →

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