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Ron Hornaday Wins the Toyota Tundra 200

August 11, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

Ron Hornaday Wins the Toyota Tundra 200

The NASCAR history books will have to be re-written after Saturday’s Toyota Tundra 200 held on the iconic pavement of NASCAR’s Nashville venue outside of Gladeville, Tennessee. Ron Hornaday pulled up along side some famous company in the record books after his win on this sunny Saturday afternoon. This win makes him the third racer in NASCAR history to drive to victory in five consecutive competitions in the national series and the first to accomplish this feat in 38 years of continuous racing on the race tracks of North America.
Hornaday is standing front grill to front grill with Richard Petty …read more

Race Preview for the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

July 3, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

Race Preview for the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona

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This week, NASCAR returns to Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400, one of the biggest races of the year on the Sprint Cup schedule. With Daytona being one of NASCAR’s two restrictor plate courses, the track has fallen under quite a bit of scrutiny over the years. While it’s still loved by many, there are still those that feel as though things tend to get a bit overhyped whenever the series heads down to Florida. But, whether you love it or you hate it, one thing cannot be denied, and that is …read more

Fantasy Preview: Michigan

June 12, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

Fantasy Preview: Michigan

Recent Winners:
2007 – Kurt Busch, Carl Edwards
2006 – Matt Kenseth, Kasey Kahne
2005 – Jeremy Mayfield, Greg Biffle
Recent Pole Winners:
2007 – Jeff Gordon, JJ Yeley
2006 – Jeff Burton, Kasey Kahne
2005 – Joe Nemecheck, Ryan Newman
Best Driver Ratings (from racingone.com):
1. Carl Edwards – 112.3
2. Kurt Busch – 106.8
3. Greg Biffle – 105.4
4. Jimmie Johnson - 104.7
5. Matt Kenseth – 104.1
Best Average Finishes (from racingone.com):
1. Carl Edwards – 7.3
2. Matt Kenseth – 9.7
3. Denny Hamlin – 10.0
4. Jeff Gordon – 12.5
5. Martin Truex Jr – 12.5
Most Wins – David Pearson (9)
Most Wins (Active) – Bobby LaBonte (3)
Most Poles – David Pearson (10)
Most Poles (Active) …read more

Fantasy Preview: Dover

May 29, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

Fantasy Preview: Dover

Recent Winners:
2007 – Carl Edwards, Martin Truex Jr.
2006 – Jeff Burton, Matt Kenseth
2005 – Jimmie Johnson, Greg Biffle
Recent Pole Winners:
2007 – Jimmie Johnson, Ryan Newman
2006 – Jeff Gordon, Ryan Newman
2005 – Ryan Newman, Jimmie Johnson
Best Driver Ratings (from racingone.com):
1. Greg Biffle – 113.7
2. Matt Kenseth – 111.9
3. Mark Martin – 104.4
4. Jimmie Johnson – 101.5
5. Kyle Busch – 101.5
Best Driver Average Finishes (from racingone.com):
1. Carl Edwards – 9.1
2. Ryan Newman – 10.0
3. Martin Truex Jr. – 10.5
4. Tony Stewart – 10.6
5. Mark Martin – 11.1
Most Wins – Bobby Allison, Richard Petty (7)
Most Wins / Active Driver – Jimmie Johnson, Ryan …read more

Fantasy Preview: Lowe’s

May 22, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

Fantasy Preview: Lowe’s

Recent Winners:
2007 – Jeff Gordon, Casey Mears
2006 – Kasey Kahne (x2)
2005 – Jimmie Johnson (x2)
Recent Polesitters:
2007 – Ryan Newman (x2)
2006 – Scott Riggs (x2)
2005 – Elliott Sadler, Ryan Newman
Best Driver Ratings (from racingone.com):
1. Jimmie Johnson – 120.2
2. Kyle Busch – 94.3
3. Mark Martin – 93.2
4. Kasey Kahne – 92.9
5. Carl Edwards – 88.6
Best Driver Averages (from racingone.com):
1. Jimmie Johnson – 6.8
2. Carl Edwards – 7.3
3. Bobby LaBonte – 9.3
4. Mark Martin – 12.1
5. Tony Stewart – 12.9
Most Wins – Bobby Allison, Darrell Waltrip (6)
Most Poles – David Pearson (12)
Most Top 5’s – Bobby Allison, Richard Petty (23)
Most Top 10’s – …read more

Season Preview: Penske Racing

February 12, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

Season Preview: Penske Racing

Roger Penske has undoubtedly assembled one of the greatest and most consistent racing organizations in NASCAR in what has become known as the “modern era”, despite not having yet won himself a Cup Series championship. Originally formed back in 1972 on an interim part-time basis, Penske didn’t go full-time until 1976 with Bobby Allison, but soon exited the sport after running only 2 races in 1980 with Rusty Wallace behind the wheel.
Penske Racing returned to the Cup Series in 1991 with Rusty again driving for the team, this team with the #2 Miller Genuine Draft car. Rusty would remain with …read more


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