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First Kansas Race Means Victory Lane Gate

It was one of the silliest things NASCAR has ever done, a mysterious thing called “Victory Lane Gate,” and it all started at Kansas Speedway.

NASCAR Top-10 Power Rankings: Dover

Hamlin finished ninth at Dover, well ahead of new rival Kevin Harvick, in 15th, and Harvick’s Richard Childress Racing sidekick Clint Bowyer, in 25th.

Surprising and Not Surprising: The Monster Mile’s AAA 400

The Chase moved from New Hampshire south to Delmarva for the 40th running of the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.

The Last Word – Jimmie runs off with a win, Denny runs off with...

So, what did we learn at Dover? Well, we learned that Jimmie Johnson had the best car. He led the most laps.


Over the previous weekend we saw the #48 team return to Chase form. We watched the Richard Childress Racing soap opera develop another bizarre plot twist.

The Monster Mile Takes a Bite Out Of Some Drivers Title Hopes

Dover International Speedway, also known as The Monster Mile has been known as one of the toughest and most physically demanding tracks on the Sprint Cup Circuit.

Jeff Gordon Can’t Wait to Leave Dover and Get to Kansas

As the Chase begins to heat up, Jeff Gordon needs a big run to set himself up for championship No. 5. Kansas this weekend could lend a helping hand.

Johnson wins at Dover; Narrows point’s gap to 35

With his sixth Dover win in the books, Jimmie Johnson surges in the NASCAR Chase Championship point’s battle to second just 35 points behind leader Denny Hamlin.

Dillon wins at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Austin Dillon, grandson of NASCAR owner Richard Childress, led 93 of 146 laps, including the final 35 laps on Saturday night at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and won his second Camping World Truck Series race of the season.

Greg Biffle, Office Depot and Mike Pagano Attempt To Solve New Jersey’s Fiscal Crisis

What do NASCAR Chase competitor Greg Biffle, Office Depot and Mike Pagano, proprietor of PaganoPhoto, have to do with potentially solving New Jersey’s fiscal crisis?