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Five Things From: Kansas

Kyle Busch finally shook off his Kansas Curse by winning Saturday night...and in the process, it seems like he may have passed that curse along to Martin Truex, Jr., who really should have won the race. But that's the headline you can read anywhere - what else happened in the

Five Things From: Talladega

Brad Keselowski survived an incredibly wild race at Talladega to take his second victory of the season...but you already know about that. Instead of re-hashing the win, though, here are five other things we noticed from the weekend of racing at NASCAR's biggest track: 1. Talladega has the best fans: All

Five Things From: Bristol

Carl Edwards dominated Sunday in an impressive win at Bristol, and that's the headline you'll read about all over the 'net, but here are five other things we saw this weekend at the Bullring: 1. What about those guys in the Top-10? Bristol's not an easy track, and yeah, a few

Five Things From: Martinsville

Kyle Busch's career long slump at Martinsville Speedway ended in spectacular fashion this weekend at the half-mile paperclip - as he swept both the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Sprint Cup races in commanding fashion. But has his impressive performance stirred up controversy, in the process? Maybe - here

Five Things From: Fontana

Kevin Harvick had to settle once again for second-best after leading the most laps Sunday at Auto Club Speedway, as hometown favorite Jimmie Johnson checked out on the final restart of the race, tallying his NASCAR-best sixth career win at the two-mile oval. But while everyone else is obsessed with

Five Things From: Phoenix

Kevin Harvick continued his incredible Phoenix run in thrilling fashion, battling fender-to-fender with Carl Edwards in what was the closest finish in PIR history, but that was only one part of the story Sunday. What else happened? Here are our five thoughts from the weekend of racing: 1. You can't please

Five Things From: Las Vegas

Brad Keselowski let neither rain, nor wind, nor gloom of sand storm (isn't that the motto of the Postal Service in Nevada?) prevent him from delivering a win in Las Vegas Sunday afternoon.  Here are our top-five things from the weekend of racing: 1. The Chase won this race for Brad:

Five Things From: Atlanta

Jimmie Johnson gambled on tire strategy, then did a masterful job of managing those tires to give him the track position he needed to lead the field to the GWC, and eventually the win in Sunday's Folds of Honor QuickTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, in the process tying Dale

Five Things From: The Daytona 500

Denny Hamlin won the 58th running of the Daytona 500 with the closest margin of victory ever over Martin Truex, Jr. (.01 seconds). Here are our top-5 things from Sunday's race: 1. Joe Gibbs Racing continues to dominate: The off-season hasn't taken any of the luster from the resurgence at Joe Gibbs

SPECIAL REPORT: NASCAR Charter System is Here!

It's a special Tuesday-edition of In The Draft Show! NASCAR made a HUGE announcement today - unveiling a new Charter system that guarantees 36 cars a starting spot each week - we talk all the details, tell you who isn't getting a Charter, and discuss what it means for the

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