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The NASCAR season continues this weekend with the Kobalt Tools 400 in Las Vegas. After the jump, Adam Ansell of RotoExperts handicaps his top 30 racers before things get started at 3 p.m. Eastern on Sunday.
What Happened Last Night: Danica Patrick Finished 8th At The Daytona 500, Lakers Edge Out The Mavericks
So, as you might’ve heard, our friends at RotoExperts and your trusty SportsGrid folk are combining forces. Okay, so this might not have happened last night, per se, but we figured we should probably tell some people.
Jimmie Johnson won the second Daytona 500 of his career today, defeating, among others past defending NASCAR champion Brad Keselowski and Danica Patrick, who finished eighth. You know what time it is…
Brad Keselowski might be the current leader of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with one race remaining, but everything’s not as peachy as you might think. Although Keselowski took the lead after Jimmie Johnson crashed in Phoenix on Sunday, he’s been a target of criticism for Tony Stewart and others for racing too aggressively and having a “death wish.” That didn’t sit too well with Keselowski, especially after Sunday’s crash-filled race. [Awful Announcing]
Well, it didn’t take long for us to see the first crash of this evening’s Daytona 500. This is what you get when you push the race to primetime, I suppose. In the second lap, the first lady of NASCAR, Danica Patrick, got into a wreck with five-time Cup Series champ Jimmie Johnson.
FOX Cuts To Audio Of Jimmie Johnson’s Crew Chief, Who Promptly Drops An F-Bomb For The World To Hear
Jimmie Johnson’s no. 48 Chevy gave out with five laps to go, and his crew chief was a little upset.
Though Jimmie Johnson trailed Denny Hamlin in the Chase for the Cup going into Sunday’s final race of the NASCAR season, it ended the same way it has the previous four years: with Johnson hoisting the Sprint Cup.
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