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NASCAR Notes: Kahne Signs New Deal With Hendrick
Thursday, 20 Nov, 2014 – 10:07 | No Comment
NASCAR Notes: Kahne Signs New Deal With Hendrick

Kasey Kahne, fresh off making his third straight appearance in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship playoffs, has signed a new contract with Hendrick Motorsports.
The deal is for three years, beginning with 2015.
“It’s extremely gratifying to work with a driver like Kasey,” Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports, said. “I think the world [...]

Harvick Wins Homestead, 2014 Cup Championship
Sunday, 16 Nov, 2014 – 18:52 | No Comment
Harvick Wins Homestead, 2014 Cup Championship

When Kevin Harvick took the seat of the deceased Dale Earnhardt Sr. in 2001, a lot of people figured that Harvick would most certainly become a Sprint Cup champion. It’s taken 13 years but on Sunday, Harvick proved those people correct.
Harvick won Sunday’s season-ending race and with it, the 2014 Sprint Cup championship.
The victory was [...]

Schumacher Clinches Top Fuel Championship No. 8
Saturday, 15 Nov, 2014 – 23:00 | No Comment
Schumacher Clinches Top Fuel Championship No. 8

Tony Schumacher woke up Saturday as a seven-time NHRA Top Fuel champion. He went to bed Saturday night as an eight-time champ.
Schumacher clinched the 2014 championship when closest challenger
Spencer Massey failed to improve on his sixth-place qualifying position at the close of time trials for the 50th annual Auto Club NHRA Finals at Pomona (Calif.) Raceway.
Schumacher [...]

Crafton Repeats As Top Trucker
Saturday, 15 Nov, 2014 – 7:32 | No Comment
Crafton Repeats As Top Trucker

Darrell  Wallace Jr. won Friday night’s Ford EcoBoost 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Homestead-Miami Speedway and, by finishing ninth, Matt Crafton repeated as series champion.
Crafton and his ThorSport Racing No. 88 Menards Toyota Tundra captured the title by 21 points over second-place Ryan Blaney – becoming the first driver in Camping World [...]

Pomona II Means It’s Force Vs. Hagan Time
Friday, 14 Nov, 2014 – 8:06 | No Comment
Pomona II Means It’s Force Vs. Hagan Time

NHRA Funny Car point-leader Matt Hagan knows the road to his second world championship likely will run through John Force, drag racing’s consummate showman.
So, armed with a 21-point/two-rounds of racing lead heading into the season-ending 50th annual Auto Club NHRA Finals…it’s on with the show!
“It’s going to be one hell of a show, and I’m [...]

Takes On Free Passes, Hip Checks, Bad Ice Cream
Wednesday, 12 Nov, 2014 – 10:04 | One Comment
Takes On Free Passes, Hip Checks, Bad Ice Cream

Four quick thoughts (cut down from 10 because of the new elimination format) from last Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway:
1. The Sprint Cup series will  not roll into South Florida with the winds of excitement at its back. While Sunday’s race at Phoenix International Raceway produced the Final Four drivers in [...]

Harvick Wins Phoenix; Chase’s Final Four Is Set
Sunday, 9 Nov, 2014 – 18:37 | No Comment
Harvick Wins Phoenix; Chase’s Final Four Is Set

Kevin Harvick bulled his way into the four-driver, all-deciding, Championship Race in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship playoffs when he won at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday.
The victory was his fourth of the year, second of the 10-race Chase and, as it turned out, it was also essential as he pursues his first [...]

Looking Like A Million: Chase Elliott Is NNS Champ
Saturday, 8 Nov, 2014 – 19:36 | No Comment
Looking Like A Million: Chase Elliott Is NNS Champ

Brad Keselowski passed Kyle Busch on the final lap after a green/white/checkered restart and went on to win Saturday’s Nationwide Series race at Phoenix International Speedway while Chase Elliott collected enough points to clinch the series title.
Elliott finished fifth and became the first rookie to win an NNS championship and also, at 18 years old, [...]

Takes On Fat Lips, Driver Codes And James Brown
Tuesday, 4 Nov, 2014 – 9:20 | 3 Comments
Takes On Fat Lips, Driver Codes And James Brown

Ten quick thoughts about Texas after dark:
1. Jeff Gordon screwed up. First by taking the outside line for the fateful restart and then by opening the door to Brad Keselowski on the restart. Gordon’s restart was anything but clean at a time when it should have been immaculate. The guess here is that upon viewing [...]

Austin-tatious: Hamilton Is Dominating In Texas
Sunday, 2 Nov, 2014 – 22:27 | One Comment
Austin-tatious: Hamilton Is Dominating In Texas

AUSTIN, Texas – Lewis Hamilton exited Texas as the winningest driver in Great Britain’s glorious Formula One history and Circuit of The America’s less-heralded tenure Sunday afternoon, complete with Stetson hat and sheriff’s badge.
Hamilton’s second United States Grand Prix victory in three starts at COTA stretched his championship advantage over Mercedes AMG teammate Nico [...]