HOORAHS AND WAZZUPS: Dover Edition

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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

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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.

Payback Almost Always Guaranteed When Sprint Cup Cars Come to Martinsville Speedway

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Payback. As sure as Christmas, it’s going to come before the end of the 2010 Chase for the Sprint Cup.

Bloomquist Earns 500th Career Win with Power from Roush Yates Engines

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Scott Bloomquist drove his Roush Yates powered Dirt Late Model engine to Victory Lane at Brownstown Speedway on Saturday night, capturing the 500th feature win of his career.

Is Danica Patrick Showing Improvement?

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Most of the fanfare that surrounded Danica Patrick when it was first announced that she would be running a limited Nationwide and ARCA schedule with JR Motorsports, has died...

Winners and Losers: Dover

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Dover’s over… who’s the winners and losers from race #2 of the Chase for the Sprint Cup?

Jimmie Johnson wins the ‘AAA 400’ NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Dover International...

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Jimmie Johnson went into the “Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup” hoping to use the first two races as a springboard towards a fifth consecutive title.

JIMMIE JOHNSON DOMINATES AT DOVER AND MOVES TO SECOND IN THE NASCAR SPRINT CUP...

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Four-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson, No. 48 Lowe’s/KOBALT TOOLS Chevrolet, delivered a statement about his chances for a “Drive for Five” as he scored a resounding win in the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway.

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

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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.

TOYOTA NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) Post-Race Notes & Quotes Dover International Speedway

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Joey Logano (third) was the highest finishing Camry driver in Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) race at Delaware’s Dover International Speedway.