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Aaron Rosser

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Cartoon Triple Feature: June 7, 2011

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Another cartoon triple feature, starring Kyle Busch and his ego and the downside to Tony Stewart's association with the US Army...

Opinion: Harsh Penalty To Richard Childress Would Send Wrong Message

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Richard Childress probably shouldn't have punched Kyle Busch, but NASCAR would send the wrong message by suspending the team owner.

Cartoon: The New Era Of Testing At Daytona

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The Coke Zero 400 at Daytona is just over a month away. The new style of Restrictor Plate racing has brought out a new style of testing.

Cartoon: Happy Birthday, Tony Stewart

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Birthday boy Tony Stewart might be the NASCAR Ranting and Raving cartoonist's favorite driver, but that doesn't mean he's immune to being poked fun at. Quite the contrary...

Saturday Morning Cartoons: May 14, 2011

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Regan Smith's win continues to be forgotten, Kevin Harvick gets creative to get around his probation, and NASCAR's comedian riles up a former champ in this week's Saturday Morning Cartoons.

Kevin Harvick: Right-Rear Hook "Equivelant Of Gloves-Off In Hockey"

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SB Nation's Jeff Gluck compiled some of Kevin Harvick's quotes from this morning's media session in Dover. In them, Harvick specifically referred to Kyle Busch's hook into his right-rear quarter panel at Darlington. A fervent Philadelphia Flyers fan, Harvick compared hitting someone in the right-rear corner to hockey players pulling their gloves off before a fight. Harvick's quotes effectively corroborated what I said earlier this week about the move Busch and Juan Pablo Montoya have pulled over the last two weeks.

Busch And Montoya's Maneuver Has No Place in Auto Racing - Period

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Kyle Busch and Juan Pablo Montoya are two of NASCAR's most-talented racers, but in the last two weeks, both have been guilty of one manuever that has absolutely no place in racing.

Saturday Morning Cartoons: May 7, 2011

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NASCAR Ranting and Raving tickles your funny bone with three more Saturday Morning Cartoons.

How NASCAR Responded To 9/11: Osama Bin Laden's Death Merits A Look Back

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Osama bin Laden's death has conjured up memories of the horror he brought upon Americans on September 11, 2001. Like all Americans, the racing community was affected by the tragedy; it responded with renewed patriotism and defiance.

Cartoon: With Teammates Like You...

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Jimmie Johnson has a warning for his teammate and friend, Jeff Gordon.

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