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racedriven.com by Brian
Blogging (mostly) on the Auto Industry, Motorsports, Television and Photography from Massachusetts.
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2012-05-03 20:45:00
It's no secret by now that I have decided to not only stop blogging on RaceDriven.com Blog, but to move on to a new project site called ThinkingBrian.com v3.0 Blogstream. But for my readers here at RD, if you want to continue reading my articles, posts and comments, you should update your RSS subscription to ThinkingBrian.com. You can also follow me on Twitter @brianvermette.  Subscribe in a reader
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Time for me to move on from RaceDriven.com Blog to my next two projects, Th
2012-04-20 02:48:00
Goodbye RaceDriven.com Blog , hello ThinkingBrian.com and BrianVermette.com. Welcome readers to what is my final post on RaceDriven.com Blog. Just over 7 years ago, I started RaceDriven Blog as a project site for my portfolio, but the site has become so much more since then, it has become a successful and insightful blog for many. Over the last 7 years, RaceDriven has opened up several doors for me as well as allowed me to voice my opinion and be heard through my writing. However very recently, I have discovered that just like in life, things change. Simply put, I have changed and I have outgrown RaceDriven and in some ways blogging as well. And with that I feel that it is time for me to move on to the next project which are BrianVermette.com and more importantly ThinkingBrian.com, my blogstream (One part blog with large blurbs and one part stream with photography). TB is a blogstream with a good mix. I really don't know if ThinkingBrian is the next b...
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TB Rewind on RD: AT&T vs GoPhone Smartphone users, American Chopper PJD Mus
2012-04-06 23:39:00
It's been a while since I have posted on RaceDriven.com. However I wanted to another edition of TB Rewind on RD today. Is if you haven't been over to my new blogstream ThinkingBrian.com, here is a sample of what I have been talking about, commenting on and sharing on TB. 1. AT&T forces GoPhone Smartphone users to switch to monthly plans or lose data ? I feel cheated and I want my $100 for my Smartphone back. If you're an AT&T GoPhone Smartphone user, then you know that in less than one year, AT&T has changed the terms of using a Smartphone on a non-monthly plan with data. Personally I think this terrible considering it was only last November when I bought a GoPhone branded Android Smartphone because of this plan. And now I will have no 3G data period. 2. American Chopper: Sr vs Jr: Paul Jr Designs unveils Chevrolet Camaro at the 2012 Daytona Bike Week. This one was interesting, in a special American Chopper Sr vs Jr, PJD takes a 2012 Chevrolet Camaro an...
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RaceDriven.com turned 7 last week and now celebrates its 1000 posts with a
2012-03-19 06:20:00
Last Monday (March 12, 2012), RaceDriven.com turned 7 years old, and now just one week late, RD celebrates with its 1000th post. So with this amazing accomplishment, I take a look back at the top 5 most popular articles over the last 7 years. 1. American Chopper: The Build-Off - Paul Jr. Designs beats out Jesse James and OCC to win Build-Off.: There's no doubt about it, the TV Series American Chopper are some of my biggest posts here on RaceDriven.com. But this article itself was posted on Dec. 6th 2011 and it has over 10,000 page views. 2. TV Spotlight: American Chopper's Sr vs Jr. Production bikes and the Go Daddy bike. UPDATED: Another American Chopper article. 3. 800hp biodiesel 1965 Chevy Impala created on Pimp My Ride is worth a second look.: A dream ride in my book that I would love to own. 4. Kevin Harvick unveil 2011 Budweiser paint scheme, that's cool!: This one was unveiled and within minutes, the pictures was posted on Twitter and then I posted it here ...
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12 Hours of Sebring celebrates 60 years with exciting finish; No surprise,
2012-03-18 23:23:00
Shared link: 12 Hours of Sebring celebrates 60 years with exciting finish | Autoblog.com "My Take" While the 12 Hours of Sebring is one of the biggest races of the 2012 Motorsports season, I couldn't really tell you what happened because the race was only televised on ESPN3.com and since I didn't want to sit in front of my notebook, I didn't watch the most of the race period. Of course that would be a different story if the WatchESPN app for Android worked, but Charter wasn't on the list. No surprise there. But thanks to the Autoblog.com, they posted a good detailed article with a lot of photos. Thanks Autoblog and congrats the Audi on winning the 12 hours of Sebring in a space ship looking R18. (Photo by Rick Dole/Getty Images via Autoblog.com)
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TB Rewind on RD: Top Gear USA, American Chopper, Android, Car Warriors and
2012-03-16 00:17:00
Welcome RaceDriven.com readers to the first edition of TB Rewind . Yesterday I announced here on RaceDriven.com that I have built a new project called ThinkingBrian.com v3.0: Lifestream. TB Rewind will showcase five posts or in this case, five of the top subjects on my new lifestream ThinkingBrian.com after the first month of being online. The goal with TB Rewind is to introduce RaceDriven readers to ThinkingBrian,com. 1. Top Gear USA - "Top Gear USA: Donald Trump goes supercar shopping and ends up back in the boardroom, who didn't see "Your fined" coming???" I enjoy watching the new season of Top Gear USA, its entertaining and when something is entertaining to me, I like to discuss it and it is the hottest topic on TB. 2. American Chopper: Sr vs. Jr. - "Photo: American Chopper: The Build-Off - Paul Jr. Design's Plane inspired Chopper that won the Build-Off." For the most part, I enjoy watching about 22 minutes of American Chopper: Sr. vs. Jr. considering Paul Jr. Designs is on ...
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NASCAR: Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. were the headli
2012-03-14 22:21:00
Last Sunday's Kobalt Tools 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the third race of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series wasn't much to write home about. However while the race didn't give us those moments for a highlight reel, there were three headlines or drivers' in this case that stood out to me during the course of this race. 1. Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Anyone surprised with that didn't watch the race. Dale Jr. lead basically from the drop of the green flag for a total of 70 laps on Sunday before a pit stop of four tires put him back in dirty air. For some reason or another, he just couldn't make his way up through the field to regain that top spot and ended up finishing in 10TH spot. Its another good run for Dale Jr., However it was the incident between Dale Jr. and Mark Martin during the race that have some screaming foul. Personally, its the exact same deal that happened to Dale Jr. back at Michigan when he and Mark Martin were teammates. Dale Jr. was running the high line an...
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Introducing my newest project ? ThinkingBrian.com v3.0: Lifestream
2012-03-14 21:06:00
Over the past six month now, I have been working on my latest project, my lifestream that I have nicknamed ?third times a charm for TB? and named ThinkingBrian.com: Lifestream. The v3.0 refers to ThinkingBrian.com version 3.0. The concept behind ThinkingBrian and the lifestream is a combination of several things including an extension of my social media presence (Facebook, twitter, Google+ and more), a timeline, a one stop feed for my readers and a hub for all my online information like the celebrity site WhoSay.com has. And of course a rebooted blogging experience. ThinkingBrian.com: Lifestream is where I share my insight using long blurbs (blurbs are messages or tweets if you will) and photography. The site is really optimized for social media. Think of it as a long tweet in some cases where the title is the tweet and the link goes to the rest of the message over 140 characters or a long note on Facebook. But keep in mind, this isn?t a niche blog, so with the exception of ...
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5 things to take away from the Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix including De
2012-03-05 06:39:00
After last week?s Daytona 500, I said on ThinkingBrian.com (my lifestream) "goodbye Daytona, hello to the real start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season at Phoenix " and I was dead on with that one. The Subway Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway was one hell of a race to watch and fans saw the return of some good old fashion short track racing on the 1 mile unique track. But in watching the Phoenix Cup race, I noticed a theme if you will, the word ?rebound? seemed to come up pretty often as well as ?EFI?. So here are 5 things to take away from the race. 1. ?You can?t fix stupid!? What a great saying because it?s so true and unfortunately for Jeff Gordon who asked his spotter to ask the #42-Juan Montoya?s spotter if this is really how the #42 is going to race him and the spotter responded back with I?m standing right next to him and I?ll try, but ?You can?t fix stupid?. (Not exact quote, except ?You can?t fix stupid? part) 2. NASCAR rebounds. Last Sunday-Monda...
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Why Jimmie Johnson's #48 Cup car Daytona penalty may not be as cut and dry
2012-03-04 03:03:00
Every since not only February 17th, when NASCAR announced that they had found the C-Posts on the #48-Jimmie Johnson's Lowe's Chevrolet Impala SS illegal and made the team replace them. But earlier this week when NASCAR handed down there standard penalties for COT infractions (crew chief gets six race suspension, probation, 100k fine and docked 25 driver and 25 owner points), I have have been thinking about the illegal parts and whether or not the #48 Hendrick Motorsports team can win there appeal. I mean let's think about it for a moment: - NASCAR didn't eject Knaus right after they found the illegal parts. In previous infractions at Daytona, NASCAR has ejected the crew chief at least three different times, but nothing this time. - NASCAR made there ruling on based on just a visual inspection, not a template inspection too. - NASCAR didn't impound the racecar and make the team go to a backup. Of course the #48 hadn't even been presented for inspection yet. The racecar was jus...
7 things to take away from Speedweeks 2012 including the Daytona 500: Danic
2012-02-29 22:48:00
One word to best describe the 2012 NASCAR Speedweeks at Daytona is ?vicious?! Glad there is only four restrictor plate races a year period. With that said, I can summarize Speedweeks 2012 in by these 7 things: 1. Danica Patrick. What a rollercoaster two weeks Danica had from grabbing the pole for the Nationwide Series race to getting wrecked in her Duel race with a hard hit to the inside wall, getting wrecked by her teammate Cole Whitt during the Nationwide race and getting caught up in a lap 2 wreck in the Daytona 500. But she did gain some experience by getting back out in the Daytona 500 to complete laps, the pole and now hopefully a return trip to Phoenix will be a good one for her. 2. Hybrid racing is here to stay throughout the 2012 restrictor plate season. During the off season, NASCAR said that they were trying to get rid of the two-car tandem racing and from what I saw in all of the racing, NASCAR has actually created hydrid racing ? it was a mix of pack racing for most ...
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2012 NASCAR: Tony Stewart and Matt Kenseth win Gatorade Duel races at Dayto
2012-02-23 23:33:00
(Photo Credit: Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR) With single-car qualifying last Sunday and the Duels at Daytona in the record books, we now know the 43 starters for the 2012 Daytona 500 and we also know who is out of the Daytona 500 as well. In the Duel #1, it was Tony Stewart beating Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the first Duel race, while three separate wrecks would claim several drivers including sending Juan Montoya, Danica Patrick and more to a backup call. And Michael Waltrip will miss the 500 after wrecking off turn 2 going from the apron to the main racing grove. Damn what a hard hit Danica Patrick took on the back straightaway, when she got send flying into the inside wall. She did get out and wall away. I guess her open wheel experience helped her as she took her hands off the steering wheel just before the crash. But in Duel #2, it was Matt Kenseth in a late race charge to win the second duel in what was a boring race until two laps to go. Interesting seei...
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2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Preview: Off season movers and shakers and to
2012-02-21 23:34:00
After a very busy off season and with the official kick off to the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, The Daytona 500 is just days away. NASCAR fans and media are still trying to get use to all of the names and faces that moved around during the off season as well as who are the top 10 contenders to watch in 2012. The biggest movers and shakers was lead by Kurt Busch. Busch found himself out of a ride after being released by Penske Racing. But in 2012, he will go back to basics and move to a single car team, the #51 James Finch Chevrolet that has Hendrick Motorsports support. The vacant #22 Shell-Pennzoil Penske Racing Dodge was rumored to be going to several drivers, however it would be A.J. Allmendinger who went from RPM and the #43 to Penske Racing and the #22 Dodge. 2012 does mark as sort of a make it or break it season for the dinger. But personally I think he will rise to the challenge and win his first Cup Series race later this season. That left the #43 RPM Ford open a...
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Parking Wars invaded Providence, RI
2012-02-12 04:32:00
?My Take": Watching Parking Wars on A&E, interesting now they're in Providence, RI. Its all about no parking in a bus stop zone on this episode...how about painting NO PARKING inside a squiggly line instead of making it look like a parking space??? Well at least they have a sign their.
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The VW dog and Best Buy commercials are my winners for best 2012 Superbowl
2012-02-06 02:25:00
Earlier this week, I posted two Superbowl  game day commercials. The first one was "The Dog Strikes Back: VW Commercial", which was a preview to the big game and the other one was the 2011 Superbowl commercial winner, "The Force: VW Commercial". Well after watching all of the game day commercials, I liked two of them the best: 1. "The Dog Strikes Back: VW Commercial" This commercial is funny to watch, but its also could be inspiring for some people to get up off the couch (including me) and exercise and diet, get fit and run for our dreams. Yeah I know, a little much, but its still funny and it works for me. 2. "Phone Innovators: Official 2012 Best Buy Game Day Commercial" I liked the Best Buy commercial from the poking fun at Airlines vs. Alex Baldwin over Words with Friends, I invented instagram and more. Of course that is a little surprising to me considering my feelings on Best Buy aren't all that good and I'm putting it loosely. I've just had a...
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Will any of the 2012 Superbowl game day commercials beat last years best "T
2012-02-02 22:04:00
Earlier today I thought I would have a little bit of fun ahead of game day this coming Sunday, I published the latest Volkswagen Commercial, "The Dog Strikes Back in latest 2012 Volkswagen Game Day Commercial...but what's with the bar scene?". However I wonder after last years Volkswagen hit commercial called "The Force" (posted below) that was really cute and the best one, can anyone beat that commercial during the 2012 game day? The Force: Volkswagen Commercial By the way advertisers, not all commercials have to be terrible, take a hit, the above VW "The force" commercial is funny to watch and might sell cars.
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The Dog Strikes Back in latest 2012 Volkswagen Game Day Commercial...but wh
2012-02-02 21:51:00
A pretty funny Volkswagen  commercial with the dog getting fit, but the extension with the bar scene has a lot to be desired. Frankly, VW should have just stayed with the normal version of the dog getting fit to chase the more slimmer VW down the street. By the way, Go New England Patriots. 
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#60 Michael Shank Racing Ford with A.J. Allmendinger, Ozz Negri, John Pew a
2012-01-29 23:27:00
(Photo Credit: Daytona International Speedway Facebook Page) What battle for the lead it was during the final 2.5 hours between the #60 Michael Shack Racing Ford driven at the time by A.J. Allmendinger and the #8 Starworks Motorsport Ford driven at the time by Allen McNish that was then turned over to Ryan Dalziel for the final two hours for the race. These two beat and bang on each other, swapping the lead between the two of them several times. But in the end, it was the #60 Michael Shack Racing driven by A.J. Allmendinger with co-drivers Ozz Negri, John Pew and Justin Wilson that captured the overall victory in the 50th (2012) Rolex 24 at Daytona. Hell of a job to Michael Shack Racing and the drivers. And also, great job to second place #8 Starworks Motorsport Ford with co-drivers Dalziel / Luhr / McNish / Popow / Potolicchio. In GT, it was Andy Lally, John Potter, Richard Lietz and Rene Rast in the No. 44 Magnus Racing Porsche over the #67 TRG.  What an interesti...
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NASCAR changes policy and now will publicly disclose fines in 2012 - Fans a
2012-01-25 23:38:00
Earlier today, NASCAR issued a statement on how fines will be disclosed to the public beginning this season: NASCAR will no longer issue fines that are undisclosed. We looked at this issue from every angle and gathered feedback from the industry. While there are always sensitivities related to sponsor relationships and other leagues may continue issuing disclosed and undisclosed fines, NASCAR has decided that all fines moving forward will be made public after the competitor or organization that has been penalized has been informed. (Read Statement at NASCAR.com)As a NASCAR fan, I have seen this sport change over the years from its stars to its policies and while the "Boy's Have at it" policy hasn't changed that let's drivers wreck each other at will if they see fit, at least NASCAR is making the effect to make changes as needed in the sport and today's statement that NASCAR will now publicly disclose fines in 2012 is a good step forward. Basically as one NASCAR fan commented o...
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Ford unveils the new 2013 NASCAR Ford Fusion during the NASCAR Media Tour.
2012-01-25 01:37:00
Earlier today during the NASCAR Media Tour , Ford unveils there new 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racecar that will debut at the 2013 Daytona 500. The new racecar does in fact look more similar to the street version than the 2012 NASCAR racecar. However the new racecar add more including four doors (decals), but not bad, they are getting better. (Photo Credit: Ford Racing via Jayski.com) (Photo Credit: Autoguide.com)
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A 1948 Tucker Torpedo, 1954 Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing and a 1969 Dodge C
2012-01-22 03:52:00
Its Saturday night and here I am still watching the 2012 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction live on SPEED which is in Scottsdale, AZ. In watching this collector car auction like I do every year for the last several years, there is always those few special vehicles that have caught my attention and on this Saturday night, there were three collector cars that were jaw droppers to say the least. (Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official Website) 1. One top seller, a 1948 Tucker Torpedo from the 5000 series collection that hammered away for $2,260,000. What a work of art. (Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official Website) 2. 1954 Mercedes -Benz 300SL Gullwing (one of 146 in 1954) with 4,149 Original Miles, a rare car and it crossed the block and sold for $2 Million Dollars and in my opinion, it was well worth it. This car to me is considered priceless. It is the ride. (Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official Website) 3. A 1969 Dodge Charger (General Lee #1) sold for $110K. Con...
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A quick note on the 1965 Shelby GT350 Fastback that sold for $350,000 at th
2012-01-22 03:49:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official Website) One of the collector cars that crossed the auction block earlier tonight at the Barrett-Jackson really caught my attention was a barn find or garage find in this case, a 1965 Shelby GT350 Fastback that sat in a garage for over three decades undriven. In my opinion, this Shelby is a classic, its original and you just don't find a classic car like this anymore. But it also begs the question, what would you do with this 1965 Shelby GT350? Well I thought about that and personally I thought that $200,000 would be well worth it, but I have to say that I was shocked to see that a bidder paid $350k for this ride. As for what I would do with the ride, well an option would of course be to have a full restoration done to it, but actually I would take this Shelby and just have it repainted white with blue strips like it was when it was in the showrooms, how some maintenance done, register it and drive it to car shows and Sunday driv...
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$82K takes home this 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe at the 2012 Barrett-Jackson in
2012-01-21 21:55:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson .com Official Website) So some of my readers may be asking, why would he write about this collector car, a 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe Custom that went across the block and sold for $82k on a Saturday afternoon? Well that's easy, as a car enthusiast, I have a list of collector cars including custom ride that I would love to own one day before I died and this particular collector car is on my wish list. Yes, someday I would love to own a 1940 Ford Coupe. However there is one more part to this story. Back in January 2009 at the World of Wheels in Boston, Massachusetts, I stood in line for 6 hours to get Chip Foose's autography. I received a picture with Chip, an autographed discast that I bought just a few hours before and a signed sketch that he did in front of me of what looks to be a 1940 Ford Deluxe Coupe. The signed sketch was incredible, but the experience of meeting Chip Foose was perfect. He ended up signing autographs for over 6.5 hours ...
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A jaw dropping $325k buys this 1962 Chevrolet Corvette convertible at the 2
2012-01-21 03:16:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official Website) My jaw just dropped with after that 1962 Chevy Corvette custom crossed the block and sold for $325k and its only Friday night. What a buy, you can't get no better than that pure custom. But I bet they will. And here I though nothing would get this crowds attention other than charity cars when it comes to high dollar bids.
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A 2010 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 with serial #00001 hammered away for $185k at
2012-01-20 23:08:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson Official website) Moments ago at the 2012 Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, this (pictured above) 2010 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 with a serial #00001 and 3600 miles on it (list price for $121k), crossed the auction block and sold for $185k. Damn, this will be a collectors dream in years to come, hell its my dream now. Now this is Corvette is a supercar that I would drive regularly and I would pick this Corvette over a Ferrari any day.
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A 1987 Buick GNX 2 door hardtop hammered down for $66k at the 2012 Barrett-
2012-01-20 05:50:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson.com Official website) So some of my readers may be asking, why would he write about this muscle car, a 1987 Buick GNX with 25k original miles that went across the block and sold for $66k on a Thursday night? Well that's easy, as a car enthusiast, I have a list of collector cars including muscle cars that I would love to own one day before I died and this particular muscle car is high on my wish list. Yes, someday I would love to own a 1987 Buick GNX or more so the Grand National. My father showed me one of these at a car show several years ago and I love it. What is better than all black, fast muscle car that could be used as a daily driver if desired. But I do have to say, as much as I would want to keep it stock, part of me would actually have the car upgraded to a turbo-charged diesel engine or even a hydrogen powered car after several years of driving it and create one hell of a ride that looks stock on the outside and interior, but un...
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Brad Keselowski's Talladega 2010 winning NASCAR Nationwide Series racecar s
2012-01-20 02:12:00
(Photo Credit: Barrett-Jackson.com official website) Welcome readers, its January and that can only mean one thing for us car enthusiasts, its time for the 2012 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction in Scottsdale, AZ. And while I'm not going to be their, I do have a great seat for the action, right in front of my television set and I'm tuned in to SPEED Channel. One auction vehicle that rolled across the auction block that got my attention earlier tonight was Brad Keselowski's Talladega 2010 winning racecar from Penske Racing that hammered away for $250k, plus an additional $350k from 2 other people being donated to the charity with ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA. I do love it when NASCAR invades the Barrett-Jackson especially with racecars being auctioned off for charity.
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10 NASCAR drivers fans should watch during the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Serie
2012-01-19 22:26:00
After a two month active off season that featured several announcements and changes, last week, NASCAR teams were hard at work at Daytona International Speedway for NASCAR?s Winter Testing. SPEEDtv.com and SPEED TV televised the 3 day event live and in watching most of the coverage, this was the first time for fans and media to see most of the off season changes at work. 1. A.J. Allmendinger: In 2012, I truly believe that this is just about AJDinger?s last chance to find success in NASCAR?s elite series, but I really do like what I have seen so far with testing with A.J. Allendinger driving the #22 Shell-Pennzoil Dodge for Penske Racing. I believe that this is the year for him to break out and win his first Cup Series race. He has the talent, the equipment, the people and a good teammate in Brad Keselowski, so let?s see what he can do. 2. Jeff Burton: Burton hasn?t been very successful in the Cup Series in the last few years now, but he does have a new winning crew chief joining...
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Adam Carolla from The Car Show, legendary racecar driver Michael Andretti a
2012-01-08 00:50:00
(Photo Credit: Autoblog.com via Andrew H. Walker / Getty) Interesting, I just read (over at Autoblog.com under report) that SPEED Channel might be cancelling the Car Show with Adam Carolla. I watched The Car Show on SPEED and while it was a little weird and it reminded me of Top Gear, it wasn't that bad. But what really caught my attention was that Adam Carolla, Michael Andretti, American Choppers own villain Paul Teutel Sr. among others will be on the upcoming season of NBC's The Celebrity Apprentice. I will say that I've been watching both The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice for years now especially with John Rich and Trace Adkins being on the show and I actually for the most part enjoy the show. But this season, what I'm really looking forward to is hopefully seeing and hearing Donald Trump say those magical words to Paul Sr. "Your Fired!", its so worth it. I like Sr. vs. Jr. American Chopper, but only because Paul Jr Designs is on it.
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Predictions: Top 10 biggest NASCAR storylines to watch in 2012.
2012-01-04 00:12:00
As the start of the 2012 NASCAR season approaches towards the end of next month (February 2012) with the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway followed by the 2012 Daytona 500. Today I want to share my thoughts and insight with my readers with my predictions for the upcoming 2012 NASCAR season including mainly the Sprint Cup Series. Here are the top 10 storylines to watch in 2012. 1. Another ?Boy?s Have at it? moment will force NASCAR to finally change the rules package in the sport and wake up at the same time. During the 2012 NASCAR season, it is a safe beat that their will be another ?Boy?s Have at it? moment so long as NASCAR drivers know that there is little penalty by NASCAR. And finally that moment will lead to a reaction that NASCAR will make changes to the current rules in the sport regarding where a hard line will be and what the penalty will be. Letting the drivers run the sport without much in the form of penalties isn?t the way to run such an amazing ...
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