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2017 NASCAR Playoffs start this weekend, and to be honest, without Tony Stewart racing I’ve followed less this year. That doesn’t mean I don’t know what’s going on. Danica leaving Stewart-Haas, me rooting for Kurt Busch and Kevin Harvick to win it all. But the biggest stories are the way Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle …

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I’m sure there are a lot that I’m forgetting, but here are the Top 10 Sports Moments that I remember. These don’t include things like “The Tyree Catch”, which may have been incredible, but didn’t affect my ‘sports rooting’ and the teams that I follow (more life it infuriated me as a Cowboys fan). These …

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This weekend marks the final race for legendary driver Tony Stewart, who I’ve been a fan of for 13+ years. This week I visited Richmond International Raceway, the home of Tony’s first ever win in 1999. Open during regular business hours (8:30AM-5PM) the track gives out free tours, and to take you around their large …

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Well, here we go again with a NASCAR playoff schedule upcoming. I’ve already explained the rules in previous years (here and here), so let’s jump right into the drivers seat. 16 Drivers. 10 Races. 4 Rounds. 1 Champion. The first round of 16 starts this Sunday in Chicagoland and¬†Stewart-Haas Racing will have three of their …

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The NASCAR season gets underway this Sunday with the Daytona 2016. While last year was all about Jeff Gordon’s final run (which turned into a race for the Chase), this year was supposed to be about Tony Stewart’s final hurrah. That is until he injured himself a few weeks ago and will miss the opening …

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I’ll start this off with the usual disclaimer – I am, and have been for a long time, a Tony Stewart fan, and none of that changed this weekend. Another thing that didn’t, and won’t, change from this past weekend, is the Tony Stewart legacy: 3-Time Sprint Cup Champion (2002, 2005, 2011) Brickyard winner, All-Star …

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