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Pepsi 500

Pepsi 500
NASCAR's Pepsi 500 was renamed the Pepsi Max 400 in January 2010. The race takes place at Phoenix International Raceway.
NASCAR's Pepsi 500 was renamed the Pepsi Max 400 in January 2010. The race takes place at Phoenix International Raceway. « Show less

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  • PEPSI 500 RACE WEEKEND

    Gayle Anderson was live in Fontana at the Auto Club Speedway for the PEPSI 500 RACE WEEKEND. This is considered NASCAR'S version of the playoffs!
  • Stewart charges to win at Kansas, fourth in Chase standings

    Stewart charges to win at Kansas, fourth in Chase standings
    Tony Stewart didn't have time for a debate. He had one last chance to grab the win at Kansas Speedway, and it came down to one critical decision. Two tires, or four? The two-time series champion asked for two on the final pit stop Sunday, and crew chief...

    NASCAR track owner reports sharp drop in revenue and profit

    NASCAR track owner reports sharp drop in revenue and profit
    The recession's impact on NASCAR was thrown into stark relief today when International Speedway Corp., a major owner of NASCAR tracks, reported a sharp drop in quarterly revenue and profit. The announcement by ISC, which owns or operates 13 tracks such...

    2009 NASCAR Cup schedule

    2009 Cup schedule Feb. 7: x-Budweiser Shootout (Kevin Harvick). Today: Daytona 500, Daytona Beach, Fla., Fox. Feb. 22: Auto Club 500, Fontana, Calif., Fox. March 1 — Shelby 427, Las Vegas, Fox. March 8 — Kobalt Tools 500, Hampton, Ga.,...

    California domination

    Jimmie Johnson overpowered the field Sunday night in the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Auto Club Speedway, grabbing his third victory of the season. The two-time reigning Cup champion was easily the class of the field in the Pepsi 500, leading 227 of the 250...