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Woody: Let Us Partake In Some Of These Fine Whines
Wednesday, 9 Sep, 2009 – 12:19 | 2 Comments
Woody: Let Us Partake In Some Of These Fine Whines

Larry Wood | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Last week I noted the excitement and drama that the Chase for the Sprint Cup brings to what would otherwise be a dreary end to a fairly dreary season, and predictably the critics began to clamor.
Here’s a sample of the Fine Whines:
THE CHASE RENDERS THE FIRST 26 RACES MEANINGLESS.
Just the opposite […]

NASCAR Newscast: Chevy Rock & Roll 400 Preview
Wednesday, 9 Sep, 2009 – 6:30 | Comments Off on NASCAR Newscast: Chevy Rock & Roll 400 Preview
NASCAR Newscast: Chevy Rock & Roll 400 Preview

Richmond International Raceway hosts the last chance qualifier to make the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Take a look at the 11 drivers fighting for the final eight Chase positions, and listen to Kyle Busch’s strategy for racing his way into the top 12. Plus, find out why Driver Rating provides hope for both […]

Harris: Will Edwards Reappear In Time To Win Championship?
Tuesday, 8 Sep, 2009 – 13:22 | Comments Off on Harris: Will Edwards Reappear In Time To Win Championship?
Harris: Will Edwards Reappear In Time To Win Championship?

By Mike Harris | Senior Correspondent
RacinToday.com
Carl Edwards has to be wondering what happened to the magic.
A year ago, Edwards was winning races in bunches and throwing  a real scare into Jimmie Johnson, who, at the time, likely saw Cousin Carl as the biggest roadblock to his historic third straight title.
Nine wins – six of them […]

Vickers Racing, Chasing For The Little Guys
Tuesday, 8 Sep, 2009 – 7:00 | 2 Comments
Vickers Racing, Chasing For The Little Guys

By Rick Minter | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Brian Vickers is making a habit this season of proving wrong the conventional racing wisdom.
First he got in a crash with Dale Earnhardt Jr., the sport’s most popular driver, during the season-opening Daytona 500, but wound up getting broad support from fans across the board, including a good many members […]

Monday Morning Crew Chief: The King Reigns Again
Monday, 7 Sep, 2009 – 10:00 | One Comment
Monday Morning Crew Chief: The King Reigns Again

By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Hampton, Ga. – Evidently, the demise of Atlanta as a NASCAR hub is greatly exagerated. How fitting that Richard Petty, one of the men who helped build the sport, ended up with driver Kasey Kahne in victory lane in front of a near-capacity crowd.
It looks like the Labor Day weekend […]

Kasey Kahne Labors His Way To A Victory In Atlanta
Monday, 7 Sep, 2009 – 8:16 | Comments Off on Kasey Kahne Labors His Way To A Victory In Atlanta
Kasey Kahne Labors His Way To A Victory In Atlanta

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Hampton, Ga. – Just when Kevin Harvick appeared primed to snap a 105-race winless streak, one of his Richard Childress Racing teammates wound up breaking his heart.
When Clint Bowyer’s No. 33 Chevrolet slid through the grass to bring out the final caution in Sunday night’s Pep Boys Auto 500 at […]

Hood: Atlanta Under The Lights Was A Winner
Monday, 7 Sep, 2009 – 8:00 | Comments Off on Hood: Atlanta Under The Lights Was A Winner
Hood: Atlanta Under The Lights Was A Winner

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Hampton, Ga. – There was plenty of electricity in the air when the lights came on at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday night for the Pep Boys Auto 500.
One of the most competitive races in the track’s history, won by Kasey Kahne in front of an estimated crowd of 111,300, was merely icing […]

NASCAR Newscast: Pep Boys Auto 500 Recap
Monday, 7 Sep, 2009 – 1:00 | Comments Off on NASCAR Newscast: Pep Boys Auto 500 Recap
NASCAR Newscast: Pep Boys Auto 500 Recap

Kasey Kahne won the first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series night race at Atlanta Motor Speedway and the next-to-last event in the Race to the Chase, climbing five spots in the point standings to sixth. Hear from Kahne and runner-up Kevin Harvick, and find out who is in and out of the Chase for the NASCAR […]

No Shortage Of Pitfalls In Atlanta Motor Speedway Pits
Sunday, 6 Sep, 2009 – 19:02 | Comments Off on No Shortage Of Pitfalls In Atlanta Motor Speedway Pits
No Shortage Of Pitfalls In Atlanta Motor Speedway Pits

By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
RacinToday.com
Hampton, Ga. – If the key to winning at Atlanta Motor Speedway is navigating the 1.54-mile quad-oval’s sweeping turns, avoiding  incidents on pit road at 45 miles per hour is a close second.
That was the case for Juan Pablo Montoya, who appeared to be in the cat’s bird seat after […]

Race Day: Atlanta A Hot Track For The Drivers
Sunday, 6 Sep, 2009 – 13:00 | Comments Off on Race Day: Atlanta A Hot Track For The Drivers
Race Day: Atlanta A Hot Track For The Drivers

By Jim Pedley | Managing Editor
RacinToday.com
Fans may or may not enjoy tonight’s race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. When it comes to the drivers, however, there is virtually no “may not”. They love the wide, racy AMS 1.5-mile D-oval and they don’t mind shouting about that to the world.
Here is what drivers have to say about […]