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NASCAR Newscast: AAA 400 Chase Race 2 Recap
Sunday, 27 Sep, 2009 – 23:51 | Comments Off
NASCAR Newscast: AAA 400 Chase Race 2 Recap

Jimmie Johnson completed the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season sweep at Dover International Speedway and closed within 10 points of Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup leader Mark Martin, who finished second. See how the Monster Mile changed the point standings with eight races to go in the Chase.

Jimmie Johnson Dominates At Dover, Moves In On Point Lead
Sunday, 27 Sep, 2009 – 17:59 | 3 Comments
Jimmie Johnson Dominates At Dover, Moves In On Point Lead

RacinToday.com
Jimmie Johnson took a big step toward winning a record fourth-straight Sprint Cup championship Sunday when he won the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.
Johnson clearly had the best car in the race as the only time other drivers were able to get close to him in the second half of the race was on [...]

Race Day: Surface Issues To Challenge Dover Drivers Today
Sunday, 27 Sep, 2009 – 9:58 | Comments Off
Race Day: Surface Issues To Challenge Dover Drivers Today

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
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Today’s Sprint Cup race will be held on the concrete surface of Dover International Speedway. It will be one the few races during the season to be held on a white surface and the first and only Chase race to be held on an all-concrete track.
As with other burning, modern [...]

Flag to Flag: Dover
Sunday, 27 Sep, 2009 – 7:30 | 32 Comments
Flag to Flag: Dover

Watching the AAA 400?
Nick Bromberg is.
Catch all the action here as he live blogs the race at Dover International Speedway.

Pedley: Danica Has Apparently Made The Right Decision
Saturday, 26 Sep, 2009 – 16:55 | 3 Comments
Pedley: Danica Has Apparently Made The Right Decision

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Danica Patrick’s recent decision to re-sign with Andretti Green Racing and thus remain a NASCAR spectator instead of a NASCAR participant was a good move. Folks, it was the only move.
Patrick is, quite simply, an open-wheeler. It’s what she was, is and should forever be. If she is to meet [...]

Dover Notes: Tires Have Hamlin Smoking Mad
Saturday, 26 Sep, 2009 – 7:40 | One Comment
Dover Notes: Tires Have Hamlin Smoking Mad

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
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Dover, Del. – It’s been a good year for Sprint Cup Chase contender Denny Hamlin, who took a shot at NASCAR tire supplier Goodyear on Friday at Dover International Speedway.
The driver of Joe Gibbs Racing’s No. 11 Toyota Camry isn’t happy with the fact that Goodyear isn’t using the tire recommended [...]

This Year’s Chase for Cup Is One For The Ages
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 20:43 | Comments Off
This Year’s Chase for Cup Is One For The Ages

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
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Dover, Del. –  Strike up the band for the over-the-hill guys.
Much like 59-year-old golfer Tom Watson did in July when he dominated the British Open before losing in a playoff, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Mark Martin is energizing American sports fans by contending for a championship at the ripe old [...]

Johnson A Monster At Dover
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 15:20 | Comments Off
Johnson A Monster At Dover

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Jimmie Johnson was the monster of the Monster Mile on Friday as he recorded the fastest lap in practice early in the day and then went out late to post the fastest lap in qualifying.
The pole at Dover International Speedway is his second of the year. His qualifying lap took 22.878 seconds and was at [...]

Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 8:31 | 2 Comments
Harris: Testing Policy Should Receive Passing Grade

By Mike Harris | Senior Writer
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The announcement  this week that NASCAR has modified its test policy for 2010 was good news for some of its teams.
While the bulk of the test ban continues, the modification allows teams from every NASCAR division to test whenever they so choose at 14 of the organization’s sanctioned regional tracks where Sprint [...]

Tryson Defection Puts Busch, Penske In Awkward Spot
Friday, 25 Sep, 2009 – 6:21 | One Comment
Tryson Defection Puts Busch, Penske In Awkward Spot

By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
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Kurt Busch says the curious lame duck status of crew chief Pat Tryson has created “a tough situation” for his Penske Racing team, one chasing a NASCAR championship and searching for a leader along the lines of…Lou Piniella?
A lifelong Chicago Cubs fan, Busch tossed Sweet Lou’s name onto the short [...]