What Happens in Texas Stays in Texas (Hopefully!) by - April 15, 2013

I seem to say this every week but this weekend saw the toughest test yet for the gen-6 car as the teams arrived at Texas Motor speedway  The 1.5 mile circuit hosts the first night race of the season and can often provide new challenges to the team as the temperatures drop and the levels of […]

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The Best Short Track in The World Part 2? by - April 8, 2013

Kyle Busch gets a good helping hand on the restart from the 2 and while the 18 takes the lead Keselowski cant follow it through and Kenseth retakes second with the 2 and 48 right behind. Busch then appears to start preserving his car a little more as he eases off the pace and lets […]

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The Best Short Track in The World Part 1? by - April 8, 2013

After a week off from racing, although not from excitement, it was time for the teams to get back to doing what they do best and provide some excitement on the track. Much to many fans relief the return to action was to take place at Martinsville Speedway (MS) one of the few short tracks […]

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The Start of Something Great? by - March 29, 2013

There were a lot of unknowns coming into the 2013 season, a new car was being introduced that despite a lot of testing had never turned a wheel in anger. There were question marks over the type of racing that fans had been watching and what could be done to improve it. There were also […]

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Getting Hot in California by - March 25, 2013

After the excitement of the previous races it was with a slight hint of trepidation that NASCAR arrived at Auto Club Speedway in California for 200 laps on the long two mile circuit. A circuit that is as wide as a freeway with many different lines to try and many car combinations to find that […]

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Gladiators Ready by - March 18, 2013

It was the turn of one of the most famous NASCAR tracks to host the fourth round of the Sprint Cup as the teams arrived at Bristol Motor Speedway for the first short track race of the season. The BMS track is only half a mile long but set in the middle of high stands […]

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Viva Las Vegas! by - March 11, 2013

The ‘gen-6′ car faced its toughest test yet of the 2013 season as the Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS), the first of the 1.5 mile tracks, hosted the third round of the Sprint Cup. These are the tracks that NASCAR mainly focused on in the three year development period to make these races as exciting […]

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Like a Phoenix From the Flames by - March 4, 2013

There were a lot of unknowns this weekend as NASCAR arrived at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) for the first time this season. The new gen 6 cars had been tested heavily at Daytona in the weeks leading up to that race, but with no practice in the ‘gen-6′ at PIR nobody knew exactly how they […]

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