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  1. Daytona 500 the capper to a crazy Speedweeks
  2. Rain leads to first postponement of Daytona 500
  3. Open letter to NASCAR fans from Brian France
  4. Weekend Preview: Key storylines heading into Daytona races
  5. Caraviello: Stewart looks poised to grab elusive 500 victory
  6. Danica sent for a wild ride on final lap of Duel
  7. Getting to Daytona is BK Racing's biggest victory
  8. Rain moves Daytona 500 to under the lights
  9. Dryer catches fire after crash, stops Daytona 500
  10. Edwards pleased more for Kenseth than himself
  11. Kenseth holds off Earnhardt, wins bizarre 500
  12. Johnson's Daytona hopes dashed after one lap
  13. Despite bad start, Patrick thankful for experience
  14. Logano delivers critical season-opening finish
  15. At end of 500, two cars weren't better than one
  16. Six Pack of Pop: Daugherty living the hoops and lug nut life
  17. Biffle paces Coke drivers with a third in 500
  18. http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nascar-from-the-marbles/danica-patrick-high-school-year
  19. For Newman, season starts in earnest at Phoenix
  20. Fantasy Preview: Small group of drivers dominant at Phoenix
  21. Knaus, car chief suspensed; will work through appeal
  22. Penske announces move to Ford stable for 2013
  23. Behind the Wheel: Phoenix always a welcome sight for Newman
  24. Numbers: Starting up front key to recent Phoenix success
  25. Weekend Preview: Kenseth ready for PIR, hopes history won't repeat
  26. Knaus responds to team's penalties, suspensions
  27. Keselowski weighs in on Penske shift to Ford
  28. Happy Hour: Drivers feel lessons learned as they return to PIR
  29. Sadler to drive No. 55 for MWR in five races
  30. Martin makes his mark with pole run at PIR
  31. Kenseth tours country after Daytona 500 victory
  32. Hendrick cars look for big rebound in Phoenix
  33. Hamlin holds off Harvick for Phoenix redemption
  34. Back-to-back thirds have Biffle in second
  35. Notebook: Johnson can find positives after fourth
  36. Hamlin had to get away to get back to winning
  37. Stewart not alone trying to figure out EFI mystery
  38. Sportvision extends partnership with NASCAR
  39. Sadler backs out of Cup deal with MWR
  40. Trio of Coke drivers in top 10 at Phoenix
  41. Allmendinger looking to buck odds at Vegas
  42. Smith, Menard escape injuries in Colorado road accident
  43. Track Smack: The 11 vs. 14; Dodge's '13 car; Kahne in hole
  44. Vickers to drive MWR's No. 55 for six races
  45. Track Smack: The 11 vs. 14; Dodge's '13 car; Kahne in hole
  46. By the Numbers: Roush leads at Vegas; feast or famine for some
  47. Weekend Preview: Gibbs teams on a roll heading to Las Vegas
  48. Pit strategy more a calculated risk than a gamble
  49. Montoya crashes in practice; Busch's car damaged
  50. Kahne tops record-breakers for Las Vegas pole
  51. Victory circle still waits as Edwards comes full circle
  52. Johnson's optimism tempered by Happy Hour crash
  53. 'Otis' Harvick? Just a smokescreen, dad-to-be says
  54. Dodge unveils Charger model it will race in 2013
  55. Fuel injection issues plague Penske duo at LVMS
  56. Stewart holds off Johnson for first Vegas victory
  57. Notebook: Junior a popular sight at front of field
  58. Aumann: Stewart makes waste of competition on restarts
  59. McMurray overcomes illness for first top-10 in '12
  60. Johnson pushes away more bad luck at Vegas
  61. Knaus, No. 48 team prepare for appeal
  62. Coca-Cola Racing Family wins again
  63. Appeal rejection leaves Hendrick with final plea
  64. Fantasy Preview: Busch favored at Bristol, but make room for Biffle
  65. Track Smack: Junior's strong run a harbinger for success?
  66. All-Star Statistics: Jeff Gordon
  67. All-Star Statistics: Carl Edwards
  68. All-Star Statistics: Clint Bowyer
  69. Daytona plans partial repave prior to July race
  70. Sharing EFI information has its limits, drivers say
  71. Biffle edges Allmendinger for Bristol pole
  72. Happy Hour: Past success at BMS has Penske duo eager to race
  73. All-Star Statistics: Jimmie Johnson
  74. Keselowski keeps cool, scores repeat Bristol win
  75. All-Star Statistics: Tony Stewart
  76. All-Star Statistics: Regan Smith
  77. Big day for MWR as cars finish 3-4-5 at Bristol
  78. Earnhardt finds solace after late-race incidents
  79. Head2Head: Edwards or Busch ... bigger surprise out of top 10?
  80. Knaus, No. 48 team down to final appeal
  81. Coca-Cola Family scores six-pack at BMS
  82. Six-race suspension of Knaus, Malec overturned
  83. Fantasy Preview: In atypical year, Johnson still a sure thing at Fontana
  84. Inside NASCAR:
  85. Edwards trains with SWAT, doesn't need backup
  86. Auto Club could be right place for Johnson
  87. Sprint Fan Vote now open for 2012 race
  88. By the Numbers: Auto Club a place for a superior few
  89. Weekend Preview: Comforts of home await Johnson in California
  90. Blue Bunny joins Johnson's Helmet of Hope for '12
  91. Remaining penalty lets NASCAR prove fine point
  92. Hamlin knocks teammate Busch off Fontana pole
  93. Gordon feeling pressure to get best from his cars
  94. Top-35 rule changing game for some at ACS
  95. Harvick hoping his team hits its stride in California
  96. Keselowski looking to change Fontana results
  97. Stewart wins rain-shortened race at Auto Club
  98. JGR once again comes up short at Auto Club
  99. Caraviello: Stewart sends signal with surprising spring surge
  100. Earnhardt keeps carrying flag for Hendrick stable
  101. First top-10 of season has Busch flying high
  102. Head2Head: First-time Truck winner at Martinsville?
  103. Court refuses to revive ex-driver Mayfield's suit
  104. Winning All-Star segment now puts driver up front
  105. All-Star format change emphasizes segment wins
  106. Another week, another Coca-Cola victory
  107. Kahne sees a turnaround on the horizon in 5 car
  108. Smith says changes are coming to Bristol
  109. Caraviello: One chapter down, the rest of the story to come
  110. Goodyear schedules busy stretch of tire testing
  111. Track Smack:
  112. Vickers returns to Martinsville with good things ahead
  113. Happy Hour: Truex knows damage is coming Sunday
  114. Kahne makes temporary change on spotter stand
  115. Edwards still struggling to get hold on Martinsville
  116. Kahne tops at Martinsville for second pole of year
  117. Harvick 'more mature' as he makes 400th start
  118. Keselowski frustrated, confused after chaos
  119. Allmendinger opts for clean driving over dirty win
  120. Newman wins at Martinsville after leaders crash
  121. Newman offers no apology for Martinsville victory
  122. Kenseth posts best M'ville finish since 2002
  123. Coca-Cola Family has great run at M'ville
  124. Fantasy: Different 'horses' for portions of season
  125. Hamlin experiences Augusta inside the ropes
  126. Track Smack: Stewart-Haas a team on the rise
  127. Behind the Wheel: Keselowski's favorite track has competition
  128. The time's, they are a-changin'
  129. EFI telemetry fine-tuning learning curve into exact science
  130. Menzer: Earnhardt Jr. among reasons to be excited
  131. Earnhardt's car starts salute at White House
  132. Coca-Cola Family took advantage of off week
  133. Fantasy Preview: Roushketeers run Texas
  134. Obama to honor Stewart, 2011 Chasers at White House
  135. Being back on bubble a trying time for Reutimann
  136. Keeping an eye on car's exterior is important
  137. Earnhardt creeping closer to ending drought
  138. Roush Fenway feeling fine as Cup tackles Texas
  139. By the Numbers: Keep a close eye on qualifying at Texas
  140. Harvick and team look for right mix for Texas success
  141. NASCAR adding template for C-post at 'Dega
  142. Truex streaks to his first pole of 2012 at Texas
  143. Happy Hour: Hamlin optimistic about team's growth
  144. Men without hats: Hendrick guys still chasing 200
  145. Texas swaps out circuit breakers in lighting system
  146. Biffle takes checkered in record-setting race at Texas
  147. Johnson frustrated again as strong run falls short
  148. Kahne finally finds a finish to match his start
  149. All-Star Statistics: Greg Biffle
  150. Kenseth has mixed emotions about Texas fifth
  151. Dynamic duo?
  152. Stewart experiences Texas-sized disappointment
  153. Stewart experiences Texas-sized disappointment
  154. Biffle leads Coca-Coca Family at Texas
  155. Ford to use all-electric pace car at Richmond
  156. Obama welcomes 2011 Chasers to White House
  157. Fantasy Preview: Horse race between Roush, Hendrick in Kansas
  158. Cycle of life: Biking fits Front Row GM Freeze
  159. Kentucky Speedway GM confident traffic issues solved
  160. For Earth Day, NASCAR releases 'White Paper'
  161. NASCAR.COM nominated for Webby Award
  162. Track Smack: Edwards, Hendrick missing in Victory Lane
  163. Time and place for hard racing, Johnson says
  164. Weekend Preview: Kansas City here we come
  165. Opinions differ on upcoming Kansas repave
  166. Notebook: Pecking order among top Cup teams
  167. Busch's spring struggles go beyond Sprint Cup
  168. Happy Hour: Hornish glad to be back in Cup Series
  169. Allmendinger wins Kansas pole despite late draw
  170. For No. 2 team, Kansas was 'turning point'
  171. Hamlin holds off Truex for first Kansas Cup victory
  172. Bowyer scalded in hometown visit to Kansas
  173. Johnson satisfied despite not winning 200th
  174. Mechanical woes run rampant in chilly Kansas
  175. Head2Head: Hendrick or No. 11 -- which will hit 200 first?
  176. Junior has 'fun' despite questions in Kansas
  177. Hamlin gets another victory
  178. Hamlin gets another victory
  179. Forbes names Johnson Most Influential Athlete
  180. Rodman: Drivers have mixed feelings on input for repaves
  181. Bristol to be put through the grinder
  182. Six Pack of Pop: 'Top Gear' host amazed with NASCAR experience
  183. Newman: Richmond offers best of all worlds
  184. Almirola ready to make some noise in iconic 43
  185. Allmendinger's crew digs into complex engine issues
  186. Patrick getting ready for Cup start at Darlington
  187. Junior predicts little change to Bristol racing
  188. Edwards playing it cautious at RIR, everywhere
  189. Martin edges Edwards for pole at Richmond
  190. Singularly focused Harvick rolling right along
  191. Busch capitalizes on caution for Richmond win
  192. Stewart finishes third despite uneven day in pits
  193. Stewart finishes third despite uneven day in pits
  194. Earnhardt Jr. steps up his performance
  195. Joe Menzer: Carl's controversy costs him
  196. Johnson focuses on positives in face of near-miss at Richmond
  197. Ford hired as new crew chief for Almirola, No. 43
  198. Daytona 500 winner ready for more at Talladega
  199. Six pack of drivers in top 20
  200. Head2Head: What is the best Cup race in May?
  201. Rodman: Ryan Blaney's impressive debut no surprise
  202. Truex worried hot weather could complicate 'Dega
  203. NASCAR: Running order was radioed late at RIR
  204. Allmendinger remembers roots, Talladega flip
  205. Aumann: Farmer still active doing what he loves
  206. By the Numbers: Furious action at the end at Talladega
  207. Weekend Preview: Will Dale and 'Dega be the winning combination?
  208. Ford happy to be back in Cup garage
  209. For Childers, three heads are better than one
  210. First Talladega experience one drivers don't forget
  211. Earnhardt does best to ignore restrictor-plate talk
  212. Unconventional approach nets Gordon 'Dega pole
  213. Gordon still hunting for Chase
  214. First Talladega experience one drivers don't forget
  215. Keselowski gets his second win of 2012
  216. 'Big one' returns with a vengeance
  217. Busch trying to understand how he came up short
  218. Kenseth takes blame for loss in final laps
  219. 'Big one' returns with a vengeance
  220. No win, no problem for Earnhardt Jr.
  221. Tough day at Talladega
  222. Drivers find it hard to keep cool when running hot
  223. Six Pack: Smith has thrilling encounters since relocating
  224. Car Care Tip: Wood eyeing three-peat in Pit Crew Challenge
  225. Fantasy Preview: Fantasy owners have trouble figuring out this 'Lady'
  226. Unchanged Smith set to defend at Southern 500
  227. Smack: What awaits Stewart, Danica and Pastrana?
  228. Patrick added to Coca-Cola family in style
  229. Weekend Preview: Newman ready to clear Darlington hurdle
  230. By the Numbers: 'Too Tough' indeed as success rare at Darlington
  231. Darlington success could bring Hendrick 200th win
  232. NASCAR community mourns Shelby's passing
  233. Biffle finds speed to take pole at Darlington
  234. Danica duels with Darlington
  235. Caraviello: Patrick gets wall-to-wall course at Darlington
  236. At long last! Johnson wins 200th for Hendrick
  237. Changes have teams scrambling for wind tunnel
  238. Patrick pleased with performance at Darlington
  239. Stewart falls short of Darlington goal
  240. Another Southern 500, another melee at Darlington
  241. Stewart falls short of Darlington goal
  242. Gibbs drivers leave Darlington with heads high
  243. Kenseth to keep number
  244. Close, but not quite
  245. Six Pack of Pop: Roush opines on state of sponsorship at RFR
  246. Caraviello: Inside a helmet, everything can seem different
  247. Eighth annual Prelude to the Dream on tap
  248. Eighth annual Prelude to the Dream on tap
  249. Kenseth's pit crew carries on 17 team's legacy
  250. Track Smack: Debating All-Star Saturday, Stenhouse's success