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List of the Week: Longest Winless Streaks Inside the Top 20

August 11, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Longest Winless Streaks Inside the Top 20

The winless streaks by drivers such as Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick have ranked amongst some of the biggest stories so far this season. They came into this week’s race at Watkins Glen as some of the odds-on-favorite to win, but alas, Kyle Busch shut the door on those plans yet again. This week’s “List of the Week” will feature the 10 longest winless droughts amongst the drivers inside the top-20 in points.
10. Matt Kenseth – 22 races – Last Win: Homestead-Miami Speedway, Fall 2007
9. Jeff Gordon – 27 races – Lowe’s Motor Speedway, Fall 2007
8. Greg Biffle …read more

List of the Week: Bubble Drivers Race to the Chase

August 4, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Bubble Drivers Race to the Chase

With the cutoff for the Chase quickly approaching, a mere 5 races now separates us from the beginning of NASCAR’s playoff season. Yet, still, there is quite a bit of uncertainty in the air as to whom will be competing for a championship in the final 10 races and who will be racing to build momentum for the 2009 season. Only 80 points separates 7th place Kasey Kahne from 12th place Clint Bowyer, and only 46 points from Bowyer back to 14th place David Ragan. Even Brian Vickers all the way back in 16th still has a shot at this …read more

List of the Week: Elements that Can Ruin a Race

July 28, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Elements that Can Ruin a Race

Coming off the heels of a very disappointing race this weekend at Indianapolis, it got me thinking of what some of the biggest factors can be to ruining a race for us – the fans. Of course, we’re always unhappy when our driver finishes outside of the top-ten, or even worse, when the driver that we adamently root against wins the race … but, I’m thinking of things beyond that. I’m talking about the actual elements that help give the race a lackluster feel to it. Here goes …
5. Multiple Cautions for Debris – These are obviously a part of …read more

List of the Week: Bottom Half Chasers

July 21, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Bottom Half Chasers

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There’s only 6 races to go before we make it to Richmond, and then, after that 7th race is over, we’ll know once and for all who’s in and who’s out of the 2008 Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. Historically speaking – since they first turned to the Chase format a few years ago – those who were in at this point in the season have typically stayed in, and those who were out have typically stayed out ….. but, this season could be one that breaks all the rules. While I …read more

List of the Week: 5 Predictions for NASCAR’s Silly Season

July 14, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: 5 Predictions for NASCAR’s Silly Season

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With all of the shakeup that’s taken place here within the last few weeks – between Hendrick Motorsports announcing the release of Casey Mears and the addition of Mark Martin to their stable next season, and then Tony Stewart leaving Joe Gibbs Racing to venture into the car ownership business – I believe that enough “dominoes” have fallen now for everything else to start to follow suit. And, with that, I offer you my top-five predictions for how the rest of this will all sort itself out leading into the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup …read more

List of the Week: 5 Tracks Improved by the COT

July 7, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: 5 Tracks Improved by the COT

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In the face of all of the scrutiny that has overcome NASCAR’s recent development, the Car of Tomorrow, there have also been quite a few tracks that have seen improved racing this year, largely attributed to the new car. Based on what we’ve seen this season and in the limited number of COT races in 2007, here are the tracks that have seen the most improvement:
5. Phoenix International Raceway – Though the racing was never terrible at Phoenix, it wasn’t great, either. The Subway Fresh Fit 500, however, ranks amongst my favorite races of …read more

List of the Week: Most Disappointing Runs Through the First-Half of ‘08

June 30, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Most Disappointing Runs Through the First-Half of ‘08

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With the Sprint Cup Series now just one week away from reaching the official halfway marker of 2008, DYN is going to take a look at the 5 most disappointing teams and drivers in the series so far this year:
5. Ryan Newman – no. 12 car – Penske Racing – After missing out on the Chase for the Cup playoffs in each of the past two seasons, Newman came into 2008 – his contract year with Penske – with high hopes of finding some of the magic that he and the no. 12 team had a little …read more

List of the Week: Winless Cup Series Drivers

June 23, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Winless Cup Series Drivers

David Gilliland almost got it done on Sunday at Sonoma, and we’ve seen a few impressive runs from unlikely candidates earlier in the year. But, following up on a 2007 that brought us a handful of first-time winners in the Cup Series, I find it surprising that we’ve yet to have even one this season. So, it got me to thinking, that’s led us to this week’s “List of the Week”, in which I will rank the five likeliest candidates currently driving in the Cup Series to become the next first-time winner:
5. David Reutimann – Running in his second full-time …read more

List of the Week: Best Current Victory Celebrations

June 16, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: Best Current Victory Celebrations

5. Kevin Harvick Burnout

4. Kyle Busch’s ” Victory Bow”

3. Jimmie Johnson Burnout

2. Carl Edwards’ Backflip

1. Tony Stewart’s “Fence Climb”

List of the Week: NASCAR’s Sexiest Divas

June 9, 2008 by Tim Zaegel  
Filed under Racing

List of the Week: NASCAR’s Sexiest Divas

This week I wanted to treat all of my loyal readers to a very special “List of the Week”, in which I will highlight 10 of the sexiest drivers’ wives looking their best (sorry I had to include the guys in some of these shots - I was somewhat limited to the pictures I had at my disposal). Enjoy!

10. Nicole Biffle (wife of Greg Biffle)

9. Katie Kenseth (wife of Matt Kenseth)

8. Lynne Allmendinger (wife of AJ Allmendinger)

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7. Buffy Waltrip (wife of Michael Waltrip)

6. Crystal Hornish (wife of Sam Hornish Jr.)

5. Krissie Newman (wife of Ryan Newman)

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