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NATIONAL STOCK CAR RACING APPEALS PANEL STATEMENT: (October 5, 2010) – Following an appeal...

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NATIONAL STOCK CAR RACING APPEALS PANEL STATEMENT: (October 5, 2010) – Following an appeal hearing earlier today in Concord, N.C., the National Stock Car Racing Chief Appellate Officer has upheld the penalty for the No. 33 car in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, with the following revisions: Crew chief Shane Wilson’s fine has been reduced from $150,000 to $100,000 and Wilson and car chief Chad Haney’s race suspensions have been lowered from six to four. Both are suspended from NASCAR until Nov. 3 and are on probation until Dec. 31. The loss of 150 championship owner and driver points remains intact. The No. 33 car was penalized by NASCAR on Sept. 22 as a result of rule infractions discovered during post-race inspection at the NASCAR Research and Development Center following the Sept. 19 race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Specifically, the car body location specifications in reference to the certified chassis did not meet NASCAR-approved specifications of the 2010 NASCAR Rule Book. "After reviewing all the data, presentation and factors involved, I am ruling NASCAR was correct in its decision to levy penalties," said John Middlebrook, the National Stock Car Racing Chief Appellate Officer who presided over the hearing. "I believe that the revisions that have been made to the penalties are consistent and fair to both parties involved." – John Middlebrook, National Stock Car Racing Chief Appellate

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Dale Earnhardt Jr One Step Closer To Driving RCR #3 Next Year (Updated 04/23/10)

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Dale Earnhardt Jr Is One Step Closer To Driving The RCR #3 In The #NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Next Year

What I Think Rick Hendrick's 2011 Plan For Kasey Kahne Could Be

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What I Think Rick Hendrick's 2011 Plan For Kasey Kahne Could Be

Harvick the leading man, but we've seen this movie before

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Kevin Harvick is on a roll in a contract season, familiar territory for him. Will it be enough to keep him at Richard Childress Racing?

Found It!

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Old Picture of RCR's main shop in Welcome N.C. from 1993 complete with my story about it.

Sunday Evening Crew Chiefing (is that a word?)

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Post race thoughts of Richmond

RCR Is Left Saying, "Can You Hear Me Now?"

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It still doesn't look that good for AT&T's phasing out of Cingular's name on the #31 RCR car driven by Jeff Burton. AT&T purchased Cingular and is planning on phasing out the name on all of it's...

We Are The Champions and RCR Sponsor-Gate Part 2

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VolleyballWell, the girls volleyball team that I coach won their pre-play-off tournament today. We went undefeated in round robin play and through the medal round. I tell you this is the best team...

Look Out,The Gooey Brown Stuff Is Hitting The Fan!

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It has happened, AT&T is suing NASCAR over the name change of the Richard Childress #31 Cingular car driven by Jeff Burton. As I wrote about a little while ago things didn't look good for AT&T's...

The Paper Clip Provides Entertainment

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I don't care what you say, Martinsville is an entertaining track. Whether it is on the track or off there is always something going on. This is where Bobby Hamilton uttered the comment that Kevin H...

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