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  • Jeff Gordon's final Daytona 500 slowed by multicar crash

    Jeff Gordon's final Daytona 500 slowed by multicar crash
    Another chapter in Jeff Gordon's storied career was unfolding in the first half of the Daytona 500. Gordon has said this will be his last year in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series, and the four-time champion hoped to kick off the year with his fourth Daytona...
  • Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue

    Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue
    DAYTONA BEACH — Dale Earnhardt Jr. messed up. And he knows it. A second straight Daytona 500 victory was within reach Sunday when Earnhardt Jr. moved up the track on a re-start with about 20 laps to go. The decision caused him to tumble from...
  • Reed overcomes diabetes to win

    Reed overcomes diabetes to win
    DAYTONA BEACH — Before 20-year-old Ryan Reed beat NASCAR veterans Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski, he had to deal with a far greater opponent: diabetes. "To be diagnosed four years ago with Type 1 diabetes, I thought I'd never...
  • Kurt Busch loses final appeal, stays suspended indefinitely

    Kurt Busch remains suspended and out of the Daytona 500. A final appeals officer upheld NASCAR's suspension Saturday night. Gulfstream President Bryan Moss made the decision, ending Busch's already-slim hopes of racing Sunday in the season opener. "We...
  • NASCAR driver Kurt Busch loses appeal, remains suspended indefinitely

    NASCAR driver Kurt Busch loses appeal, remains suspended indefinitely
    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Kurt Busch remains suspended and out of the Daytona 500. A final appeals officer upheld NASCAR's suspension Saturday night. Gulfstream President Bryan Moss made the decision, ending Busch's already-slim hopes of racing Sunday in...
  • Kurt Busch appeals to save his NASCAR career

    Kurt Busch will miss the Daytona 500, and finds himself once again fighting for his career. Busch was suspended by NASCAR indefinitely Friday after a judge said the 2004 former champion almost surely choked and beat a former girlfriend last fall and...
  • Kurt Busch out for Daytona after domestic abuse ruling

    Kurt Busch out for Daytona after domestic abuse ruling
    DAYTONA BEACH — Kurt Busch is out for Sunday's Daytona 500 after NASCAR announced his indefinite suspension stemming from a domestic-abuse incident involving former girlfriend Patricia Driscoll. Busch and Driscoll have been intertwined in nasty and...
  • Kurt Busch loses appeal to race in Daytona 500

    Kurt Busch loses appeal to race in Daytona 500
    Kurt Busch has lost his appeal to be reinstated for the season-opening Daytona 500. A three-judge panel upheld NASCAR's suspension on Saturday, but attorney Rusty Hardin said Busch will now go to final appeals officer Bryan Moss, who indicated he would...
  • The Duels: What can we gain from them?

    As of the time of this writing, the Budweiser Duel 150-mile qualifying races are now in the past. Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson are the winners, and Danica Patrick somehow made it into the race, despite crashing late in the race. There are a...
  • Motorsports panel denies Kurt Busch appeal

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. NASCAR driver Kurt Busch remains indefinitely suspended after his appeal was denied Saturday by the National Motorsports Appeal Panel. Busch planned one last appeal Saturday to Final Appeals Officer Bryan Moss. A decision was expected...
  • Fox, NBC ready to wave the green flag in NASCAR coverage

    The loudest cheers for the Daytona 500 this weekend may not come from the speedway grandstands. NBC executives swear they're pulling for Fox during Sunday's race for an unlikely reason. "We would love to see Fox break our record," said Jon Miller,...