Now that we're past the first unpredictable plate race of the season, it's time for fantasy racers to buckle down and get series. Last week at Daytona, the Toyotas--specifically those in the Joe Gibbs camp--had various problems that has to make you wonder whether or not they will carry into Phoenix this weekend. Remember that, to the dismay of fantasy owners, Kyle Busch continually had engine problems in 2012.
Added by Jordan McAbee on February 27, 2013 at 2:00am — No Comments
The spectacle which is the Daytona 500 is over and fantasy NASCAR players can now focus on more predictable racing.
While the Daytona 500 is determined by a driver positioning his or her car to be at the right place at the right time and hope for a lot of luck, the race this week at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) is determined by a driver’s ability to race the one-mile racetrack.
Last season the NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers raced for the first time at PIR since the racetrack…Continue
Added by Chad Robb on February 26, 2013 at 3:43pm — No Comments
I learned something about myself this weekend. Coming from a guy who complained about tandem drafting like it was some new found love that played hard-to-get… I realized I couldn’t live without her.
Restrictor plates have created a style of racing in Nascar that seems to be constantly evolving and…Continue
The 55th running of the Daytona 500 will mark the beginning of the 2013 fantasy NASCAR season.
While one race will not determine who wins your fantasy NASCAR league, it would be nice to get off to a good start.
Picking the drivers for the Daytona 500 is harder than any other race on the schedule. There is no data from this season to use for this race and one wreck could take out half of the field.
The strategy for picking a fantasy…Continue
Danica Shmanica, only 9 have won from the poll at Daytona.
Onto something more important.
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This Sunday, NASCAR will kick-off its 2013 Sprint Cup Season with the Daytona 500, one of the most publicized races of the year. As many of you know, the Daytona 500 has been referred to as “The SuperBowl of Motorsports” for many years, primarily because of anticipation carried over from the off-season. In addition to being the starting point for NASCAR’s elite series, the weeks leading up to the Daytona 500 is unique compared to the normal race weekends of…Continue
This is really ridiculous what the media is saying about Danica, just because she got the pole for the 500 doesnt mean she is a good driver. Hell, put me in well built car like she had and ill get a pole. In Daytona qualifing it is 90 percent car and 10 percent driver.. Now dont get me wrong, in race conditions are totally different ... Honestly can anyone diagree with me on this one when i say Danica has no reason for being in the sprint cup series?
Its kind of funny people…Continue
The 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup season will kickoff Sunday at the Daytona 500, the biggest race of the season. How important is a good finish in the Great American Race to a driver’s season?
In order to win the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship a driver must be consistent throughout the season. Putting together a string of top five or top 10 finishes is more important than winning one race, unless that race is the Daytona 500.
Winning the Daytona 500 can give a driver confidence…Continue
Added by Chad Robb on February 17, 2013 at 5:22pm — No Comments
It took me a while. I was minding my own business... just watching Nascar on my television. But then it hit me..
Kevin Harvick is a no good sorry excuse for a driver. He puts that stupid little grin on his face and likes to think he can run with the big boys.
Can you believe this guy was chosen to run Dale Sr's car? If he can't beat you outright, then Kevin only does what he knows - which is racing dirty to compensate for his lack of talent and probably something else…Continue
2013 is going to bring a lot of new questions to the surface with the new Gen 6 cars. But something that will truely separate the good teams from the great teams is "Teamwork". And it all starts with testing.
As these teams prepared for lengthy test sessions, it really put pressure on owners like Michael Waltrip, Richard Petty, and Chip Gnassi to step up their programs and finally be considered elte in the eyes of nascar fans. Teamwork and organization during these volatile times…Continue
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