by Dave Grayson I spent the majority of a Sunday evening reading, and then re-reading, five and one half pages of notes I had taken during the ESPN broadcast of the Sylvania 300 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It was rather overwhelming. Then again, so was this race which actually turned out to be the Sylvania 303 due to a green-white-checker finish.
by Stephen Cox The fate of Tony Stewart is now in the hands of a grand jury, and there is no worse place to be. Here is the bottom line reality of what's taking place... The job of a grand jury is to protect defendants from aggressive prosecutors by carefully weighing the evidence and only bringing an indictment when overwhelming probable cause exists. And grand juries did their jobs for over 150 years until the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure were passed in 1944, corrupting the process and rigging the game in favor of prosecutors.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Joey Logano got a good jump on a green-white-checkered restart, allowing him to hold off rookie Kyle Larson and win Sunday's Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Logano's fourth win of the season was his second career win at Loudon. It also guarantees him a spot in the Contender Round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Kevin Harvick, who led a race-high 104 laps (out of 303), finished third while Jamie McMurray and Jimmie Johnson rounded out the top five.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Brad Keselowski won the Coors Light Pole Award for the Sylvania 300 on Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. On Sunday, he'll try to make it two-for-two in winning races in this year's Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Keselowski's track qualifying record speed of 140.598 mph topped the charts in the final 10-minute round of qualifying, supplanting Jamie McMurray from the top spot with approximately five minutes remaining. For Keselowski, it's the eighth pole of his career and fifth of 2014. Three of those eight poles have come at Loudon.
Mikey 'Dances With The Stars' and doesn't fall (yet)
by Dave Grayson Backed by a tremendous amount of hoopla, "Dancing With The Stars", (DWTS), made it's highly anticipated season debut September 15th on the ABC Network. I wouldn't know much about that. If by chance there's something that I need to know I can always ask the lady of the house who never misses this program. I really don't have anything against the massive amount of talent shows that dominates the airwaves these days-as long as I don't have to watch them. I honestly respect those who love to dance-as long as I don't have to get out on the dance floor. However, when I learned that NASCAR driver/Fox Sports TV analyst Michael Waltrip was one of the dancing celebrities I knew I had to watch.
NASCAR at Chicagoland For Brad Keselowski, this year's Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup started the same way it did in 2012 -- with a victory at Chicagoland Speedway. Clearly, Keselowski would love to see the Chase end the same way it did two years ago -- with a series championship. He held the top spot for a restart on Lap 262, after an accident involving the cars of Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse Jr., and pulled away to win his fifth race of the year and the 15th of his career by 1.759 seconds over Jeff Gordon, who passed Larson for the second spot in the closing laps
by Pete McCole The Race to the Chase is over, and Brad Keselowski stands alone. In the last "regular season" race before the Chase for the Sprint Cup begins next weekend at Chicagoland Speedway, Keselowski ran away from the field to score his series-leading fourth win of the season and pull ahead of the pack of five drivers tied for the top seed. Keselowski will begin the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup with a three-point cushion over Jeff Gordon, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Jimmie Johnson and Joey Logano â€“ all with three wins apiece.
by Pete McCole Brad Keselowski ran away from the field to score an impressive victory in Saturday nightâ€™s Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway to secure the top seed in the Chase for the Sprint Cup in the final race of NASCARâ€™s regular season. The 2012 Sprint Cup Champion led 383 of the 400 lap distance including the final 274 laps, easily beating out Jeff Gordon by 0.797 seconds to collect his series-leading fourth victory of the season and the 400th overall Motorsports victory for team owner Roger Penske.
by Pete McCole Kyle Busch led every lap in a dominating wire-to-wire victory in Friday night's NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Richmond International Raceway for his season-leading fourth win of the season. Busch started on the pole and led all 250 laps, holding on through six restarts including one final yellow flag with 18 laps to go, beating out rookie Chase Elliott and NASCAR veteran Kevin Harvick.
by Pete McCole Brad Keselowski added his fourth Coors Light Pole Award of the season as he topped Friday nightâ€™s qualifying session for Saturdayâ€™s Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Keselowski was the first driver on the track for the second and final round of knockout qualifying and turned in a lap of 21.324 seconds (126.618 mph) around the Â¾-mile oval to notch his seventh-career Sprint Cup Series pole.
by Pete McCole His Kasey Kahne finally broke through to collect his first win of the 2014 season and punched his ticket into the Chase for the Sprint Cup and a chance for his first career Sprint Cup championship. Kahne grabbed the lead following a restart in the second green-white-checker overtime session, sweeping past Matt Kenseth and then holding him off through the final lap to cap a wild finish.
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