NASCAR: Dale Jr. And Carl Edwards Comment On Running In 2018

Carl Edwards walked away from NASCAR before the start of the 2017 season and Dale Earnhardt Jr. will walk away at the end of the 2017 season. However, that doesn’t mean that we won’t potentially see both of them on the track at some point in 2018. One of the biggest questions entering the off-season in NASCAR is going to revolve around the No. 88 machine at Hendrick Motorsports...
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Carl Edwards surfaces, doesn’t miss racing: ‘I’m enjoying life and it’s good’

Carl Edwards says he has no plans of returning to NASCAR racing.
Via CSN Chicago
1 day ago

Watch: Ryan Dempster Chats With Carl Edwards Jr.

Ryan Dempster, former Cubs pitcher and current front office member, recently took to the Wrigley Field base paths to talk with bullpen star Carl Edwards Jr. They discuss motivation for 2017, embracing new roles, dancing in the bullpen, what it’s like to watch Wade Davis work, and more. The post Watch: Ryan Dempster Chats With Carl Edwards Jr. appeared first on Cubs Insider.
Via Cubs Insider
2 days ago

Ty Majeski Brings Talent to His NASCAR Xfinity Series Debut

By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer On Saturday night, Ty Majeski will make his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut, adding himself to the history books in the process. He will join several NASCAR Xfinity Series Champions (Carl Edwards, Chris Buescher, Greg Biffle and NASCAR Hall of Famer Mark Martin) as drivers that have been behind the wheel of the No. 60 Ford Mustang for Roush Fenway...
Via Motorsports Tribune
2 days ago

Chicago Cubs: Why Carl Edwards, Jr. is my favorite current Cub

When the Chicago Cubs traded for Carl Edwards, Jr. in the summer of 2013, he was intended to be the centerpiece of that deal, having posted stellar numbers throughout the minor leagues. But digging deeper, the story behind Carl Edwards is one that makes you want to cheer for him. Carl Edwards was drafted in […] Chicago Cubs: Why Carl Edwards, Jr. is my favorite current Cub - Cubbies...
Via Cubbies Crib
13 days ago

Cubs, Brewers engage in dance-off during rain delay

The Chicago Cubs moved their bullpens from down the foul lines to under the outfield bleachers at Wrigley Field over the offseason, and we may have found a new benefit of the change: dance-offs!The relievers for each team showed off their dancing skills in the indoor bullpens on Saturday, before the game ended up being rained out. Maybe the best part of the dance-off was the reaction...
Via The Comeback
May 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Danica Patrick discusses concussions for drivers

It’s not surprising that NASCAR drivers have dealt with concussion-related issues. What is alarming, though, is how often concussions seem to occur.Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s extended absence from the sport, as well as his openness about his concussion issues, shook things up quite a bit. Not only did NASCAR implement a new concussion protocol, but other drivers are starting to be...
February 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Can Toyota carry their 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup success into 2017?

If Drake was to ever become a bandwagon fan in NASCAR, he’d be taking warm-up laps in a Camry. What a time to be alive for Toyota racing.2016 was a groundbreaking year for Toyota in many respects. They hope to take that momentum and carry it into 2017. In a sport where Ford and Chevrolet has dominated the scene for more than 30 years, Toyota secured its first-ever NASCAR Sprint...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
January 21, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Carl Edwards to step away from NASCAR

We might have seen Carl Edwards perform his final backflip. Joe Gibbs Racing is expected to announce Wednesday that Edwards will not compete in the 2017 season, according to a FOX Sports report. The 37-year-old will reportedly “pursue other interests outside of driving.” It’s not yet known if this is absolutely the last time we’ll see Edwards in the Monster Energy NASCAR...
January 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Tony Stewart 'excited about starting the next chapter' after final race

Tony Stewart got a lot of love this weekend in his final race in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series prior to his retirement as a full-time driver.There was nothing remarkable about Stewart’s finish in Sunday’s season-ending Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. He ran mid-pack most of the race and finished there, too, bringing home his No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Chevrolet...
Via FOX Sports
November 20, 2016

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