VIDEO: Speed 77 Radio Motorsports Madness Show Podcast Now Online!

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October 31, 2013 — Written by Host Jacob Seelman — Boy, the roundtable was fiery on Tuesday night’s episode of Motorsports Madness; the debate was on as Tom Baker got riled up over the Kevin Harvick/Ty Dillon feud, and as to whether Jeff Gordon is a serious championship contender, or just a pretender even after his win at Martinsville on …

NASCAR Sprint Cup: Crystal Ball Foggy As Chase Nears Mid-Point

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Story/Photo:  NASCAR Media/Getty Images – Saturday night’s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (7:30 p.m. ET ABC, Performance Racing Network, SiriusXM Satellite Radio) may confirm that the floodgates for this year’s Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup™ truly have been opened. Kevin Harvick’s Kansas victory – along with varying degrees of difficulty suffered by the points leaders – …

Rodney Childers move to SHR may make two strong teams stronger

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 Aug. 23, 2013 By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service BRISTOL, Tenn.—When Rodney Childers joins Stewart-Haas Racing as Kevin Harvick’s crew chief, the move should strengthen both SHR and Hendrick Motorsports, which supplies engines and chassis to the organization co-owned by Tony Stewart and Gene Haas. Childers is close to Kenny Francis, crew chief for Kasey Kahne at HMS, and that …

RCR Has High Hopes For Championship Run

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May 29, 2013 – NASCAR Wire Service Nearly two decades have passed since Richard Childress Racing won its last championship with Dale Earnhardt in 1994.  Over 19 years, drivers from five different teams – Hendrick Motorsports, Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush Fenway Racing, Stewart-Haas Racing and Penske Racing – have claimed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series titles. Yet RCR remains relevant, winning …

Kevin Harvick “Happy” After Winning Coca Cola 600

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By Reid Spencer NASCAR Wire Service   CONCORD, N.C.–After 389 laps in NASCAR’s motorsports marathon, the 54th running of the Sunday night’s Coca-Cola 600 Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway came down to an 11-lap shootout–and Kevin Harvick won it.   Harvick pulled away during an 11-lap green-flag run to the finish to beat Kasey Kahne to the finish line by 1.491 …