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If we were in Vegas right now, we’d be five beers deep, wrapped in our bedsheets, on our way to COX Pavilion, screaming “Toga! Toga!” Watch him blow past the all-time steals leader’s kid for the easy score, inside…
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is the easy choice for the top spot at the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona. In his last five Cup starts, Junior has one win (Pocono), three Top 5s and five Top 10s with an Average Finish of fifth. And in case you missed it back in February, he won the Daytona 500 in dominating fashion.
Saturday’s Quaker State 400, in Sparta, Kentucky, will air at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern) on TNT. For racing fans who can’t be in front of a television Saturday night, there are a few options available to catch the Kentucky Speedway race from laptops and smartphones.
The first tweets by athletes are rarely exciting, funny or provocative — but they are interesting when you look at them from hindsight’s perspective.
Dear tiny infant Jesus, how could this happen? I thought baseball was the only sport that could be effected by hot dog wrappers. So, duly updated.
Jimmie Johnson is a no-brainer for the upcoming Dover race in RotoExperts.com’s latest fantasy NASCAR rundown, courtesy of NASCAR Editor Adam Ansell.
— Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) May 21, 2014
With all that’s going on in the world, the Daily Planet’s news coverage today seems irresponsibly Dale Earnhardt-heavy.
The world’s first chicken to travel at 200 mph? It’s inside the cockpit of David Ragan’s No. 34 Ford at today’s Aaron’s 499 at Talladega Superspeedway.