Gluck

Jeff Gluck

Motorsports Editor

The 2012 season marked Motorsports Editor Jeff Gluck's ninth year covering NASCAR and his sixth on a full-time basis. He's attended nearly 200 Sprint Cup races for various publications. Prior to his NASCAR writing, he worked for newspapers covering "stick-and-ball sports" at every level, from high school football to college basketball to the Super Bowl. Gluck, a California native and University of Delaware graduate, is a past vice president of the National Motorsports Press Association. In 2011 and 2012, he was named one of SI.com's "Twitter 100," which recognizes the top 100 people in sports to follow on Twitter.

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Photos: NASCAR's awards banquet in Las Vegas

Here are some images from Friday night's season-ending Sprint Cup Series awards banquet in Las Vegas.

Thoughts on NASCAR's season-ending banquet

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A grumpy host mixed with relevant music acts and a new speech format led to an interesting night in NASCAR's awards ceremony at the Wynn Las Vegas.

Video: A Las Vegas ridealong with Matt Kenseth

SB Nation took a trip down the Vegas Strip with Matt Kenseth and did a couple burnouts along the way. Here's the video.

Top five moments from NASCAR After the Lap

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A video of "NASCAR Gangnam Style" highlighted the NASCAR After The Lap show on Thursday in Las Vegas.

Why did Brad Keselowski get kicked off Facebook?

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Before he became famous for tweeting, Brad Keselowski was active on Facebook. Until one day, Facebook banned him.

Gordon, Bowyer still at odds over Phoenix wreck

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Jeff Gordon says Clint Bowyer still hasn't forgiven him for an incident at Phoenix.

Dale Jr. wins Most Popular Driver Award again

For the 10th straight year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. is NASCAR's most popular driver.

2013 Chevy SS unveiled in Las Vegas

Chevrolet finally revealed its 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car on Thursday morning, and it looks badass.

Four sponsors re-sign with Ryan Newman, SHR

Wix Filters, Outback, Aspen Dental and Code 3 Associates have all decided to return to Ryan Newman's No. 39 car next season.

Are NASCAR drivers smarter than fifth graders?

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Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart's team won NASCAR's annual "game show" during a Fan Fest event in Las Vegas.

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