Kurt Busch’s Final Appeal Denied – Indefinite Suspension Upheld

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Kurt Busch’s latest attempt to overturn his suspension by NASCAR was denied Saturday evening. His appeal was heard by Bryan Moss, the National Motorsports Finals Appeals officer. Moss’s decision is final and cannot be appealed within NASCAR.

Earnhardt Jr.: ‘I learned a lesson’ in route to a second place finish at...

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. says he learned a lesson at Richmond on Saturday night and unfortunately it might have stopped him from a shot at ending his 137 race winless streak.

NOTES FROM THE NASCAR NATION: THE NATIONWIDE SERIES AT DAYTONA

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The NASCAR Nationwide Series will hit the high banks of the Daytona International Speedway this Friday night for the running of the Subway Jalapeno 250. There is a lot on the line from this race.

Mike Stefanik Wins by Narrowest of Margins in NASCAR Whelen Modified Race

While it was almost too close to call, veteran NASCAR Whelen Modified racer Mike Stefanik took the checkered flag in the Town Fair Tire 100 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Chasing the Chase – Week 8: Three chase contenders enter Texas and only two...

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Jimmie Johnson led 168 laps and won from the pole for the second week in a row at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday. Johnson restarted on the outside of Brad Keselowski on the final green-white-checkered restart. Johnson made the pass and pulled away while exiting turn-2 and held onto the lead for the final laps.

The Final Word – Talladega, right on the corner of bitter and sweet street

There are things in life that just irritate a person. There are calls for me to worry about man-made global warming when I got snow falling outside in the month of May. There are three hours of television devoted to a two-minute horse race. There are entertaining races from Talladega, with big names leading, big names wrecking, only to have the thing won by Denny Hamlin.

The Problem(s) with a 16 car Chase

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NASCAR's new play-off system calls for a 16 car Chase field, wins getting you in, and point resets during the Chase, culminating in a four car Chase at Homestead, where whomever earns the most points at Homestead alone wins the championship.

Earnhardt Jr. already has high expectations and confidence for 2013

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The 2013 season hasn’t officially begun yet, but Dale Earnhardt Jr. feels he’s already off to a good start. Testing last week in Charlotte, the Hendrick Motorsports driver praised NASCAR’s new sixth-generation car.

HOORAHS & WAZZUPS: BUDWEISER DUELS EDITION

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The February 21st Budweiser Duels qualifying races gave us considerably more to talk about than just setting the final line up for the Daytona 500. The 150 mile twin events gave us a detailed look at the performance capabilities of NASCAR's new Generation-Six race cars under very stringent competitive levels.

NOTES FROM THE NASCAR NATION: THERE ARE A MILLION PLUS REASONS TO WATCH THE...

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It's that time of the year again: the annual break in the traditional NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule for the Sprint All Star weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.