NASCAR - Dodge/Save Mart 350 Review and Pepsi 400 Preview by Jason Ferris - 06/29/2005
NASCAR is back in Daytona this week, for what I consider the second toughest race of the year -- the Pepsi 400. Why? Because it's Daytona and Daytona is its own animal. Aside from road courses, there is no track in NASCAR that sets drivers apart.
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NASCAR - Batman Begins 400 Review and Dodge/Save Mart 350 Preview by Jason Ferris - 06/23/2005
Last week NASCAR was in my home state, now they are in my current state. Can I just say that I think it's ironic that this is one of NASCAR's only two road races in California wine country. Some NASCAR fans look forward to the road races, but I don't like trying to follow some of the names that pop up.
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NASCAR - Michigan 400 Picks And Preview by Jason Ferris - 06/16/2005
If the past is any indication of the future, the Michigan 400 will be a "free-for -all" for Roush drivers. The Roush team has seven wins on this track, and has a dominant number of "Top Fives." The track at the Michigan 400 is what is called an impound race, and Roush dominates these races. Of the seven impound races this year, they have won five. Another plus for the Roush team is that Michigan is known to be difficult on engines, another area where Roush excels. All that said of the Roush team, Hendricks will not roll over.
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NASCAR - Pocono 500 Preview by Jason Ferris - 06/08/2005
This week NASCAR rolls into my home state of Pennsylvania. The first of two Pocono races would not normally hold much interest, but the recent week's events should heighten the excitement of this race.
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NASCAR - Dover Preview (Racing Selections) by Jason Ferris - 06/02/2005
Jason Ferris looks at who is your best bet for the Dover NASCAR race this weekend as well as who to steer clear of. Includes a recap of the Coca-Cola 600.
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NASCAR Preview - Coca-Cola 600 by Jason Ferris - 05/24/2005
Saturday night's All-Star Challenge starts the most exciting week in auto racing, or at least in my eyes. I know that all-star events aren't that exciting to most viewers. Well, this is not like the no-blitz Pro Bowl, or the dunk-fest NBA All-Star Game, or even the check-less NHL All-Star Game. This race is a free-for all! The entire race is only 90 laps! It contains half the racers! Also, the first prize is $1 million! Those are the ingredients for one exciting race.
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NASCAR - Chevy American Revolution 400 Preview by Jason Ferris - 05/11/2005
As if the Nextel Cup wasn't exciting enough this year, we move to The Chevy American Revolution 400 at Richmond for a race that will undoubtedly show who is the best "driver." The eighth-of-a-mile oval at Richmond International Raceway slows the speed down, but not the excitement. This track allows the veterans to show what it takes to make it in this sport. With average race speeds below 100 mph, the "young guns" can't just put the "pedal-to-the-metal."
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Nextel in Las Vegas -- Nascar Hits The Desert by Max
After a bye week the Nextel boys are back at it this week. This race will conclude the early west coast swing, with the UAW-Daimler Chrysler 400 taking place on Sunday. This is one of the most popular stops during the season because of the nightlife that Las Vegas has to offer.
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Daytona 500 Betting
Nascar is reaching all parts of the country and is becoming one of the most popular sporting events to attend in person or watch on TV. A sport that was exclusive to the Southeast has seen growth all over the country with new tracks being built in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Read more about Daytona 500 betting.
NASCAR is reaching all parts of the country and it is fast becoming one of the most popular sporting events to attend in person or watch on TV. A sport that was formerly exclusive to the Southeast has seen growth all over the country with new tracks being built in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Chicago and Los Angeles. Currently the series runs from February until November with only a few bye weeks during the season. Read more about NASCAR picks.
Nascar Nextel Cup Schedule
Below you will find a comprehensive 2004 Nascar Nextel Cup Schedule. Each season we will be updating this page with the current schedule and driver information. Read more about the Nascar schedule.
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