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2po6w0llabsnr TeamCassRacing To Pay Tribute To Cancer Victims On October 15

Team Cass Racing, who races in the K&N Pro Series West division, is dedicating the October 15th race at All American Speedway in Roseville, CA. to Beating Cancer. The TCR family has been greatly affected by the horrible disease and wants to pay tribute to the family, friends, and fans who have struggled as well.

We are placing ribbons from the different cancer organizations on the hood of the #59 Chevy with the words "Beat Cancer." If you would like to see what it looks like, we…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 15, 2011 at 7:04pm — No Comments


The NHRA Countdown starts this weekend and that means that ten Funny Car teams have a chance to win the 2011 NHRA Full Throttle Funny Car Championship. Robert Hight and his Auto Club Ford Mustang proved in 2009 that once you are in it, you can win it, racing from the No 10 spot to his first NHRA Funny Car championship.

Last year Hight also proved that just because you dominate in the regular season, past performance does not guarantee future success as the four-time…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 15, 2011 at 6:54pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr The Internet Makes It Easier For Fans to Get Up To The Minute Reports

When was the last time you sat back, and looked around at the world that we live in today, and at the same time reflected on just how far we have come in this high-tech society that we live in?

How many different areas in your own lives has the new age world of computers, digital gizmos, and all of the electronic wizardry taken over your everyday life?

Some of the different changes probably had a really big impact, and of course there were those that…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 12, 2011 at 10:19am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Dale Earnhardt Sr; A Tribute Fitting Of A True Legend.......R.I.P.

A legend was born on April 29, 1951. A NASCAR legend to some, but yet to his family he was a son, father, brother, and also a husband.

With a twinkle in his eye, and a devilish grin on his face, Dale Earnhardt Sr. pushed and shoved his way into NASCAR superstardom.

His highly aggressive driving style made him a fan favorite, which was how he earned his nicknames, “Old Iron Head,” “The Man in Black,” and of course the most…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 11, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr 2001: The Year NASCAR Fans And Mankind Will Never Forget

Feb. 18, 2001.

Expectations run high, as each driver comes out of their off-season slumber to get ready for the biggest race of the year.

Daytona has always been a track that not only challenges the driver’s mentality, but also their keen sense of judgment and their hunger to take the risky chances knowing that a victory here is worth its weight in gold.

Daytona has always…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 10, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Wrongful Allegations Denied By Dale Earnhardt Jr. Concerning Digger the Gopher

HUMOR — Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 88 Amp Energy/National Guard Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, has been questioned by the District Attorney’s office in Talladega County, after what they believe was a wrongful act of retaliation during a race back on April 25, 2010.

Details to the allegations have been kept secret from the media, until a full investigation could be completed because of the seriousness of the accusations against NASCAR’s most…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 6, 2011 at 2:12am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr I Am Not My Grandfather's Son, When Does The Bloodline Stop Producing Results?

What is it that Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Petty, and Brian France all have in common besides their affiliation with the NASCAR racing series?

NASCAR as we already know has a very rich history that goes beyond what the three of these men’s fathers could have ever imagined, because the three that were mentioned are also the only third generation family members in the sport today.

The NASCAR bloodline which started through their grandfathers came with a great deal of success and…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 4, 2011 at 3:30pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Are NASCAR's Hidden Treasures Dying A Slow Death

Short track racing as we know today is dying a very slow death, and with that it’s not hard to look around and see how many of them have closed their gates in the last five to 10 years. At one time they were the backbone, as well as the places where some of NASCAR’s top name drivers built their racing careers on.

On any given weekend it wasn’t uncommon to walk through the turnstiles and if you weren’t there early enough, finding a few empty seats together was about as hard as driving…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 3, 2011 at 3:48am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Death At The Track, Through The Eyes Of A Nascar Fan

Margaret Cowherd jumped up as soon as she saw the doctor come out of the emergency room. She asked the doctor with a look of sadness in here eyes, "How is my husband? Is he going to be all right? When can I see him?"

The doctor responded, "I'm sorry. We did all we could, but your husband didn't make it."

Margaret looked to the heavens and asked, "Why do race car drivers have to die? Doesn't God care about the sport…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on September 1, 2011 at 12:00am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr NASCAR's Chad Knaus: The Mastermind Behind Jimmie Johnson's Championship Reign

The year was 1985, and school was just about to let out for summer vacation, a time of the year that all young people have always looked forward to. Summer to most of them meant going to visit distant relatives, maybe some camping, going to the movies with some of your friends or even an amusement park or two.

Summer can also be a time when some youngsters look for a job to put extra cash in their pockets. But to a 14-year-old…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 30, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Dale Earnhardt Jr. Is Refocused and Ready To Live Up To His Potential

We are 24 races into the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup season and while looking over the standings, there is one very familiar name which was almost extinct at this time last season.

After dominating NASCAR’s most popular driver award voting for the seventh straight year, and eighth overall in 2010, Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 88 Amp Energy/National Guard Chevrolet Impala, knew he needed to give his…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 29, 2011 at 4:30am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr NASCAR's Problem With Scanners: Should They Be Censored or Have Warning Labels?

With three races left before the chase to the Sprint cup championship begins, the energy level continues to heat up, as time is running short to decide who will be this season’s Sprint Cup Champion.

With each passing race, the aggravation as well as the excitement will continue to take center stage not only in the garages, but out on the track as well.  

Heated exchanges between drivers, as well…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 28, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr NASCAR’s Greatest and Most Memorable Race is Only a Dream Away



Beneath the array of the brightly colored paint schemes, one would think they just woke up in the middle of some far away garden oasis. Colors are so vivid and full of explosive vibrancy that it makes even the Rose Parade look like a black and white picture. Your eyes long to adjust to the beauty of the beast, which stands at just a stone’s throw away.…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 27, 2011 at 2:00am — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Danica Patrick Announces Full-Time Commitment: Was Popularity Compromised For Talent?


When it was first announced that IZOD IndyCar Series driver Danica Patrick would be officially making her debut in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for the 2010 season, the internet exploded with the fans blogging about what type of impact she would have on the sport.

With many unanswered questions because of her lack of experience behind the wheel of the much heavier stock car, and the fact that her Indy car career was less…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 25, 2011 at 5:30pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr The Allison Legacy Continues; 18 Years Later

 The world weighs on my shoulders, but what am I to do? You sometimes drive me crazy, but I worry about you.” These few lyrics from Rush, one of rock’s more infamous bands tells a small story about the life of the Allison family, and “The grace under pressure” they endured while racing in the NASCAR series.

Many times I have sat back thinking how much worrying did Bobby Allison go through watching his sons Davey and…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 22, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr NASCAR Gets Technical Before Each And Every Race

by Sal Siglia, Jr.

Most race fans have all heard the term, “It’s only cheating if you get caught,” or the ever popular saying, “There are grey areas that certain crew chiefs have found, and that’s why they are able to win,” at one time or anoth

Smokey Yunick and Junior Johnson were the innovators when the time came to see who could pass NASCAR’s tech inspection, without getting caught bending the rules, in order to give…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 20, 2011 at 2:00pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Danica Patrick's Version Of "The Empresses New Ride"

Most of us might remember when growing up the story of the “The Emperors New Clothes.” To loosely paraphrase the fable, there was an emperor who simply adored beautiful clothes, and he would go through great lengths along with spending huge amounts of money to make sure he had the best wardrobe that anyone could ever set their eyes upon.

His passion for having the best wardrobe probably overshadowed some his decision making, and…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 19, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Jeff Gordon: NASCAR's Best All-Around and Complete Driver

Throughout the years, the NASCAR racing gods have always shown a great deal of generosity whenever the time has come to hand over the reins to the sports next big superstar.

Whether it be every 10, 20, or even 30 years, there will always be a driver who will step up to the challenge that takes him beyond the normal realm of just being labeled as, “One of the guys.”

NASCAR garages from around the country are oozing…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 17, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr NASCAR’s Unsung Heroes; The Research and Development Team Saves Another Life

Sal Sigala, Jr.

The last noise a race car driver ever wants to hear when his mind is focused on maneuvering around his favorite track, is the deafening screech of tires, followed by the impact of the car exploding against a retaining wall or tire and foam attenuator.

After the initial impact, there is usually an eerie moment of silence from the fans as the driver slowly gathers his thoughts, while wondering if…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 16, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

2po6w0llabsnr Tim Richmond; 22 Years Later and Still Not Forgotten

Every 10-30 years, a young driver comes along who shakes up the NASCAR world, and more time than naught, it’s usually these types of drivers that come into the sport with some kind of a racing background.

Tim Richmond was a lot different since he did not grow up with racing in his blood, and did not come from the hard working middle class lifestyle that most of NASCAR’s big names came from. Instead Richmond was born into wealth,…


Added by 2po6w0llabsnr on August 16, 2011 at 2:00am — No Comments

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