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Who Will Win At Watkins Glen? NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Who Will Win At Watkins Glen? NASCAR Sprint Cup Series

Watkins Glen Raceway

(Best Syndication News) With only fourteen races left in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, all eyes are on this weekends Watkins Glen race in New York. With his win at the Pocono raceway last weekend, Denny Hamlin became the 12th different winner in the competition.

So far there have been 21 races, not counting the Sprint Showdown and the All Star races in May. There have been 12 winners so far tying the 2008 season for all time winners. That record will likely fall this season with more than a third of the races still to come.

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Truex To Drive Turkey Car in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Showdown

Truex To Drive Turkey Car in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Showdown

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(Best Syndication News) Springfield, MO---May 12, 2009---The National Wild Turkey Federation’s (NWTF) flying turkey logo will appear on the Earnhardt Ganassi Racing No. 1, Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet driven by two-time Nationwide Series Champion and current Sprint Cup driver Martin Truex Jr. on Saturday, May 16. Truex will be competing for a win in the NASCAR Sprint Showdown in order to earn his way into the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race later that night at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC.

Truex is among the Top 10 finalists for the All-Star Race Fan Vote and can also be voted in by going to www.basspro.com, www.earnhardtganassi.com, and www.NASCAR.com. Fans can also vote at any Sprint store or by using their Sprint phone where the vote will be counted twice. Text the word NASCAR to 7777 and follow the link provided. Standard text messaging rates apply.

Danica proves that women can beat men behind the wheel

Woman racing drivers have always had to battle to overcome discrimination as well as the challenges of the racing circuit to make it in the profession. Throughout the history of motorsport women have come and gone without making a lasting impression; that was until 26-year-old Danica Patrick became the first woman to ever win an Indy Car race.

When Patrick took the chequered flag at the Twin Ring Motegi in Japan in May 2008, she notched her first win in three years of competition to make motor racing history. However, because breaking her duck was such a long time in coming she had previously been subject to a great deal of criticism from fellow competitors due to the amount of media attention that she attracted. They felt it was disproportionate to her ability, a claim that has now been put to rest in emphatic fashion.

Jeff Gordon’s Car Too Low – Must Start Dayton 500 Near Last After Finishing Qualifying Race In – Mechanic Mistake - NASCAR

Jeff Gordon’s Car Too Low – Must Start Dayton 500 Near Last After Finishing Qualifying Race In – Mechanic Mistake - NASCAR

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(Best Syndication) A mechanic made a mistake and it cost Jeff Gordon dearly, as NASCAR officials said he will start 42 in a field of 43 cars in Sunday’s Daytona 500. When asked about it at a news conference after winning the second twin 150-mile qualifying race Thursday, Gordon was surprised, “Are you serious? That sucks. I'm mad about that right now." He was unaware of the infraction.

The inspectors said that his number 24 Monte Carlo was almost an inch too low. When asked what the penalty should be, Gordon said he was not sure. "I mean, I think I should start the Daytona 500 on Sunday, but where I start will be the other thing".

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