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  1. NASCAR - Monday Rundown - Big-name drivers, teams absent from Vic...

    Terry Blount

    What do Carl Edwards and Kyle Busch have in common with every driver from Hendrick Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing? None has won a Cup race in 2012.

    Story | Conversation | April 22, 2012
  2. NHRA - Tim Wilkerson wins one for the little guys

    Terry Blount

    Small-budget teams have one thing in common with big-money operations in the NHRA: Both are capable of winning Wallys. Ain't that right, Tim Wilkerson and Del Worsham?

    Story | Conversation | August 07, 2011
  3. The only thing Texas Motor Speedway has in common with the so-cal...

    Terry Blount

    The only thing Texas Motor Speedway has in common with the so-called cookie-cutter tracks on the Cup circuit is the length. Rest assured, this 1.5-mile oval in Fort Worth has a mind of its own.

    Story | Conversation | April 16, 2010
  4. Newman, George find common ground

    Terry Blount

    INDIANAPOLIS -- You-know-where won't freeze over, but it was a surreal sight when Paul Newman and Tony George shook hands and praised each other Saturday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The thought of that happening five years ago was about as l...

    Blog | Conversation | May 10, 2008
  5. Wins matter, and some of NASCAR's biggest names still 0-for-'08

    Terry Blount

    There still isn't enough of a premium put on winning in the points standings, but starting the Chase in a hole is something no driver wants. Some of NASCAR's biggest names are still 0-for-'08, writes Terry Blount.

    Story | Conversation | April 29, 2008
  6. California Speedway oval is hard for man and machine

    Terry Blount

    Nextel Cup races on California Speedway's 2-mile oval are tough on the motors.

    Story | Conversation | February 24, 2007
  7. Don't expect a Toyota onslaught in Cup racing -- yet

    Terry Blount

    The Toyota way is different, and that could be what is causing such trepidation in the Nextel Cup garage. But the Camry -- and a new way of running a race team -- is coming. And while time will tell if Toyota is a success, don't expect instant results, writes Terry Blount.

    Story | Conversation | November 04, 2006