Kurt Busch: Indy 500 Qualifying Changes Could Hurt Him

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It was confirmed earlier this week that NASCAR driver Kurt Busch is going to pull off the Indy/Coke double. This means that he will run the Indianapolis 500 during the day and then the Coca Cola 600 that night. Busch […]


A.J. Allmendinger Looking to Prepare for 2014 with JTG-Daugherty Racing (Part Three)

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Here’s part three of our four-part interview with NASCAR driver A.J. Allmendinger. Roger Penske gave you an opportunity to run in the Nationwide Series for a few races this year and you capitalized on many levels. What conversations have you […]


A.J. Allmendinger Looking to Prepare for 2014 with JTG-Daugherty Racing (Part One)

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It’s been a long journey for the guy that brought “sexy” back to NASCAR in 2007 with a newly established Red Bull Racing team. For A.J. Allmendinger, his journey to find a team may have come to an end. Allmendinger has […]


Joe Gibbs Racing Makes Tony Kanaan an Offer He Cannot, and Should Not, Refuse

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Strange rumors have entered the NASCAR silly season fold today when it was announced by RACER Magazine that Joe Gibbs Racing, arguably the best team in NASCAR, has offered 2013 Indianapolis 500 Champion Tony Kanaan a ride in one of Gibbs’ NASCAR Nationwide Series cars for next year, likely […]


Juan Pablo Montoya Will Win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway

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  NASCAR Driver Juan Pablo Montoya has one of the best records at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in all forms of racing. He won the Indianapolis 500 in his only Indy Car start in 2000. He also has two top ten […]


NASCAR Shamed Itself at Coke Zero 400

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The Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway is one of NASCAR’s premier races. The scene of a summer’s Saturday night casts the bright lights upon a large audience of viewers captivated by America’s best drivers bidding for a heightened […]


5 Reasons Why the Indianapolis 500 Is Still Relevant

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So Far So Fast: NASCAR’s Generation 6 Car

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With 13 Sprint cup races completed, has NASCAR’S Gen 6 car made enough of an impression for fans to understand how it will perform for the rest of the season? Being around 150 pounds lighter than the Gen 5 “Car […]


Green White Checkered Finishes Aren’t Up For Debate

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As the checkered flag dropped on a historic Indianapolis 500, fans were proclaiming throughout social media on what an excellent race they had witnessed. And they were right. New records for average speed, lead changes, and different leaders were all […]


Vindication: Tony Kanaan Wins 97th Running Of The Indianapolis 500 After 12 Years Of Trying

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When is good not good enough? For Tony Kanaan,  anything less than first feels like failure at this point when it comes to the Indianapolis 500. That’s because the 11-year veteran has seen the exact same situation he found himself in […]


Indianapolis 500: Carlos Munoz Is A Star In the Making

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With the Indianapolis 500 in the books and Tony Kanaan’s amicable face now immortalized on the Borg-Warner trophy, rookie driver Carlos Munoz will be forced to take second place with him back to the Indy Lights series, where he hopes to […]


Tony Kanaan Wins 97th Indianapolis 500

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Tony Kanaan has won the 97th running Indianapolis 500. Driving for KV Racing Technology, Kanaan held over rookie Carlos Munoz and Ryan Hunter-Reay to capture his first career Indianapolis 500 victory in 12 starts at the historic track. Kanaan won the race under caution after 2012 Indianapolis […]