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NASCAR Sprint Cup 2010 Schedule

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Feb 16th 2010 1:20AM

Racing's four wheeled Olympics, also known as tThe NASCAR Sprint Cup is here. After last weekend's Daytona 500, here are the initial standings for this years races.

1. Jamie McMurray
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
3. Greg Biggle
4. Clint Bowyer
5. David Reutimann
6. Martin Truex Jr.
7. Kevin Harvick
8. Matt Kenseth

The season is just gearing up. Find out more about the scheduled races for the rest of the season after the jump.

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2010 Daytona 500 Race Schedule

by Elizabeth Chan, posted Feb 9th 2010 5:00AM
Nothing says "I love you" like watching the Daytona 500 on Valentines Day. Dubbed "the Super Bowl of NASCAR," race car lovers with significant others have a hard decision to make. Just in case your special someone won't let you fulfill your need for speed next Sunday, there are tons of practice events to fuel up on. Super Bowl commercial and NASCAR queen Danica Patrick, who puts the "Go" in GoDaddy is set to make her Daytona debut next weekend in the Nascar Nationwide Series.

Check out the entire Daytona 500 schedule after the jump!

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Kelly Clarkson signs with...NASCAR

by Brett Love, posted Jan 19th 2007 11:01AM
Kelly ClarksonYou might think that Kelly Clarkson has it all. With two Grammy awards, five #1 singles, and over ten million copies of her latest record sold, what more could she ask for? Well, a "NASCAR. How bad have you got it?" commercial of course. The spot is part of a big deal the two have signed.

The relationship kicks off February 18th with Clarkson headlining the NEXTEL Tribute To America, live on Fox, before the Daytona 500. The commercial will combine race footage with Clarkson's performance and feature a song from her upcoming third album. She's in good company working with NASCAR. Other musicians that have been part of the promo series include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jewel, Lenny Kravitz, Leann Rimes, and Sheryl Crow.

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NASCAR is back

by Brett Love, posted Jan 7th 2007 7:01PM

NASCARHave you been sitting there on your couch thinking, "Good grief, it's January 7th already, when is NASCAR going to start?" Well, if you have, you need to find a couple more hobbies, but the good news is that the Speed channel is kicking off its NASCAR season this week with NASCAR Preseason Thunder. The season just gets longer and longer.

They will be covering Nextel Cup testing at Daytona. You can get a schedule of the shows on the Speed website. The actual race isn't until February 18th, but Speed knows where their bread is buttered. NASCAR is to them like the football team is to Notre Dame. It pays for everything else.

My early season predictions are for Jimmy Johnson and Tony Stewart to come out strong. Denny Hamlin will prove that last season wasn't a fluke. Kurt Busch will be back in the hunt now that the #2 team has had a season to gel. The #24 team will remain inconsistent, possibly leading Jeff Gordon to fire his crew chief. Robbie Gordon will crash some people, but it won't be his fault. And Michael Waltrip will continue to get all kinds of camera time despite never even getting a whiff of being competitive.

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