Found January 17, 2013 on
  A wise man once said… the waiting is the hardest part. As a NASCAR fanatic the winter months seem to drag on forever, and I’m itching to hear the two part harmony between the melodic roar of the engines and those glorious words: Gentleman, start your engines! We’re less than a month away from Daytona and in an attempt to make these agonizing last few weeks roll by quickly, I’m basking in the anticipation of what promises to be another captivating Sprint Cup season chock full of intense competition, narratives and subplots that will keep us buzzing all the way through the Chase in November. Here’s ten storylines for the 2013 season that I’m eagerly awaiting in the days before the green flag flies and the tires start spinning at Daytona on February 24. Brad K. Brad Keselowski hosted the Sprint Cup in 2012. Can he do it again this year?   Following a meteoric two-year rise from a rank-and-file driver to a contender and then a champion, Brad Keselowski will be looking to hoist anothe...

Amirola fastest at Charlotte pre-season test

Defending series champ Brad Keselowski turned in a fasttime at Charlotte of 28.355 seconds, or 190.443 mph. Aric Amirola posted the top speed at the pre-season test at Charlotte today as NASCAR teams continued to put the new Gen-6 car through its paces.Amirola circled the Charlotte Motorspeedway in 27.832 seconds, or 194.021 mph. Carl Edwards (27.882 sec., 193.673 mph), Casey Mears...
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