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Where Does Matt Kenseth’s 2012 NASCAR Season Go From Here? – Yahoo! Sports

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Where Does Matt Kenseth's 2012 NASCAR Season Go From Here?
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From Yahoo! Sports: Last season, Carl Edwards flirted – secretly but heavily – with the idea of leaving Roush Fenway Racing for Joe Gibbs Racing to drive the team's No. 20 car.
NASCAR: Kenseth, Roush destined for awkward rest of seasonWaterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Notes from TNT NASCAR Summer Series – Sprint Cup Racing presented by SpeedwayMedia.com (press release)
NASCAR: Kenseth trying to maintain focus amid speculationMonterey County Herald
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Originally posted. July 2, 2012

Where Does Matt Kenseth’s 2012 NASCAR Season Go From Here? – Yahoo! Sports

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Yahoo! Sports
Where Does Matt Kenseth's 2012 NASCAR Season Go From Here?
Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: Last season, Carl Edwards flirted – secretly but heavily – with the idea of leaving Roush Fenway Racing for Joe Gibbs Racing to drive the team's No. 20 car.
NASCAR: Kenseth, Roush destined for awkward rest of seasonWaterloo Cedar Falls Courier
Notes from TNT NASCAR Summer Series – Sprint Cup Racing presented by SpeedwayMedia.com (press release)
NASCAR: Kenseth trying to maintain focus amid speculationMonterey County Herald
SB Nation -ESPN (blog) -SI.com
all 1,158 news articles »

Originally posted. July 2, 2012

NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola Schedule for July 7, 2012 – Yahoo! Sports

NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola Schedule for July 7, 2012
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From Yahoo! Sports: The NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola is scheduled for July 7, 2012, at the Daytona International Speedway. Matt Kenseth won the pole with 192.386 miles per hour and will start in first position. In 2011, David Ragan won
Coke Zero 400USA TODAY

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Originally posted. July 8, 2012

NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola Schedule for July 7, 2012 – Yahoo! Sports

NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola Schedule for July 7, 2012
Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: The NASCAR Coke Zero 400 Powered by Coca-Cola is scheduled for July 7, 2012, at the Daytona International Speedway. Matt Kenseth won the pole with 192.386 miles per hour and will start in first position. In 2011, David Ragan won
Coke Zero 400USA TODAY

all 6 news articles »

Originally posted. July 8, 2012

Commercial Interruptions Make NASCAR Viewing Almost Unbearable – SB Nation

Commercial Interruptions Make NASCAR Viewing Almost Unbearable
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According to one website, TNT's broadcast of the Kentucky race had a higher percentage of commercials than any other NASCAR event this season. Enough is enough.

Originally posted. July 2, 2012

Commercial Interruptions Make NASCAR Viewing Almost Unbearable – SB Nation

Commercial Interruptions Make NASCAR Viewing Almost Unbearable
SB Nation
According to one website, TNT's broadcast of the Kentucky race had a higher percentage of commercials than any other NASCAR event this season. Enough is enough.

Originally posted. July 2, 2012

Economy and lack of action chip away at NASCAR's popularity

NASCAR race attendance is down, as are TV ratings. Key reasons include the poor economy and high gas prices, but what's on the track isn't helping either. INDIANAPOLIS — NASCAR's popularity seems stuck in neutral, never a flattering description even outside this sport.

Economy, lack of action chip away at NASCAR

NASCAR race attendance is down, as are TV ratings. Key reasons include the poor economy and high gas prices, but what's on the track isn't helping either. NASCAR race attendance is down, as are TV ratings. Key reasons include the poor economy and high gas prices, but what's on the track isn't helping either.

NASCAR president will keep test details private

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — NASCAR is sticking to its policy of not disclosing the specific substances that cause positive drug tests.

NASCAR's Allmendinger agrees to recovery program

Suspended driver A.J. Allmendinger said Wednesday that he will participate in NASCAR's substance-abuse recovery program, a sign that he wants to get back to racing as soon as possible and avoid a fight over the accuracy of his failed drug test.