Found August 28, 2013 on
The Sports Bank:
Danica Patrick and her fellow NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competitors will be working this Labor Day weekend; while the rest of America is getting drunk watching college football and making one last use of the grill/pool.
Sunday night’s AdvoCare 500 Sprint Cup race is certainly no holiday for drivers as the marathon, 325-lap event around the fast, old and slick 1.5 miles of Atlanta Motor Speedway asphalt is one of the biggest challenges of the season.
Atlanta is one of the fastest tracks on the circuit, but its old pavement means that cars slip and slide around, putting a driver’s ability to the test. Factor in that the race starts in the hot early evening sun and ends under the stars, and the race is one that can cause headaches for both drivers and crew chiefs as they attempt to figure out how to maximize the handling of their cars from beginning to end.
Danica Patrick and her crew chief Tony Gibson will attempt to find a handling package that is comfortable to drive but without comp...
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Sitting 27th in points might not be where Danica Patrick envisioned she would be at this point in the season, but now that we’re hitting tracks for the second time her finishes should improve. Building that playbook of notes she and crew chief Tony Gibson can use. “The first time[...]
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Tony Stewart claims that he and fellow driver/employee Ryan Newman are "friends." If Stewart treats all his friends the way he did Newman, they all need to be looking over their shoulders. Stewart is not only a driver, but he has become a successful team owner, taking over Stewart-Haas racing in 2009. He has become the most successful owner/driver in the sport in many years...