DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Casey Mears has had his moments in his 12-year long stint in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He started with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2003, managed to win a pole at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 2004 (a track where his famous uncle Rick won the Indianapolis 500 four times), and was able to extend the fuel mileage just enough to claim the World 600 at Charlotte...
He may not have been the highest finishing Underdog on Sunday, but Casey Mears had an intriguing way of getting a decent finish in Michigan. Casey Mears posted the 26th fastest time in qualifying for the Pure Michigan 400, but with how his No. 13 GEICO team had performed in 2014 there was plenty of reason to be optimistic that on race day crew chief Bootie Barker would hit on something...
Photo Credit: Casey Mears Facebook Page Phoenix International Race proved to be a rough and tumble track for the underdogs of the NASCAR Sprint Cup…
If Casey Mears isn’t on your radar to be a darkhorse pick to nab a second-career win this season then you may want to start…
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