Race Weekend Central

Brad Keselowski Takes the Win at Pocono Despite Injuries

Sunday afternoon at Pocono (Aug. 7), Brad Keselowski experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of “the feet” as he fought off a broken left ankle, a sore right foot, and a sore back to persevere and win the Good Sam RV Insurance 500 at Pocono, holding off a determined Kyle Busch for the …

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Holding a Pretty Wheel: You Can’t Mandate Class – Where’s the Sportsmanship in Today’s NASCAR?

Racing is a sport of emotion. Passion runs deep, emotion often runs deeper, feelings get hurt, egos get bruised. That’s as old as the sport, and hopefully it will never change.

However, there is a fine line between racing passionately and racing without scruples. It’s a line that drivers will sometimes cross unintentionally in the heat of battle, and when they apologize and move on, can occasionally be forgiven for. But it seems like that line is being crossed quite often lately, without remorse or consequence. And NASCAR not only allows it, it seems that at times, when it suits their purposes, they condone it.

The line has a name. It’s called sportsmanship.

Who’s Hot/Who’s Not in NASCAR: 2011 Indianapolis – Pocono Edition

With six races to go until the NASCAR Sprint Chase for the Cup cutoff begins, the major NASCAR touring series all invaded Indianapolis.

Frontstretch NASCAR Power Rankings: Top 15 After the 2011 Quaker State 400 at Kentucky

Did the strength of Kyle Busch’s victory, pushing him ahead of Kevin Harvick in points, have him climbing to the top in our weekly Power Rankings?

Nationwide Series Breakdown: 2011 Feed the Children 300 at Kentucky

The latest fuel-mileage chapter of NASCAR racing 2011 was written on Friday night in Kentucky, with Brad Keselowski emerging the victor of a cat-and-mouse duel.

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