Denny Hamlin Wins 1st Career Daytona 500, Edging Out Martin Truex Jr.

As always, there was plenty of excitement in Daytona, Florida yesterday, and the Daytona 500 of course adds to that excitement. What an exciting racing day and finish it was at Daytona. Denny Hamlin won his first ever Daytona 500 by¬†0.010 seconds, beating out Martin Truex Jr. by the closest finish since NASCAR started recordingContinue reading “Denny Hamlin Wins 1st Career Daytona 500, Edging Out Martin Truex Jr.”

Report: Bucks HC Jason Kidd (Hip) to Return to Bench Next Week

Jason Kidd has been out a month now after he underwent surgery on his hip, and Bucks interim coach Joe Prunty has been doing well in Kidd’s absence, leading the Bucks to a 8-7 record. When Kidd underwent surgery, we knew his timetable for return would be 4-6 weeks. Now, according to Marc Stein ofContinue reading “Report: Bucks HC Jason Kidd (Hip) to Return to Bench Next Week”

Jimmie Johnson Victorious at Atlanta

Jimmie Johnson received his first win of the young NASCAR season today at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It is Johnson’s 71st career win at Atlanta. With 13 laps remaining in the race, Johnson took what was his as he never looked back. Finishing behind him was Kevin Harvick, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Daytona 500 winner JoeyContinue reading “Jimmie Johnson Victorious at Atlanta”

Jeff Gordon set to Retire

A living legend in NASCAR, Jeff Gordon will step away from NASCAR after the 2015 season, Hendrick Motorsports announced Thursday morning. Gordon, who is currently 43 years-old, will compete in what will be his 23rd season driving the number 24 car as he has been racing since November of 1992. Gordon’s racing career is asContinue reading “Jeff Gordon set to Retire”

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