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Plenty of NASCAR's finest use social media, including teammates Kasey Kahne and Jeff Gordon. But what should their status updates really read like? Marty Smith has some ideas.
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Jeff Gordon is one of the most successful NASCAR drivers of all time. With 85 career wins, Gordon has had numerous races to remember during his distinguished career. Saturday's Budweiser Shootout was not one of them. Gordon was involved in a horrific crash at Daytona after colliding with Kurt Busch with two laps to go. After hitting Busch's car, Gordon found himself upside...
Numerically speaking, Jeff Gordon is over the hill.
But listen to the four-time NASCAR Cup champion and you realize he still feels like he is in his 20s -- well, at least he feels the same passion to go out and battle to win races and championships.
The veteran racer has accomplished much in his Hall of Fame-caliber 20 years in the sport. But success hasn't come as quickly...
Jeff Gordon went upside down for the first time in his career...
And nobody got hurt, just a lap and a half from the flag.
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Kasey Kahne has overcome some questionable rides with exceptional talent...
Ray Evernham is returning to the broadcast booth in NASCAR, rejoining ESPN as an analyst after taking a year off.
Evernham, who won three championships as Jeff Gordon's crew chief and later started his own team, was an ESPN analyst from 2008-10. He didn't work for the network last season, instead working as a consultant to NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Kasey Kahne wasn't so much stalking as observing from closer range than usual at Daytona last month. After more than a year of watching his future Hendrick Motorsports teammates from afar, he was interested in just how much fun current teammate Jeff Gordon was having at a Sprint Cup test at Daytona International Speedway.
And we officially have our first "Wow, that was a little intense" wreck of the 2012 season, as Jeff Gordon went a-tumbling in the closing laps of Saturday night's Bud Shootout. Gordon was attempting to nudge Kyle Busch out of … Continue reading →
NASCAR's rules changes brought back the 43-car pack, which produced exciting and dangerous racing at Daytona.
Kurt Busch may be the best get, Kasey Kahne may have the highest expectations and Danica Patrick will be the most watched. So how did the Silly Season shake out? Here are 10 drivers to keep track of.
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