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https://plus.google.com/115666180342582900376 Odiso Itakpo : #Movie_News #2017 #fans #film #its Danica Patrick Will Be Racing As Wonder Woman: Danica Patrick Will...
#Movie_News #2017 #fans #film #its Danica Patrick Will Be Racing As Wonder Woman: Danica Patrick Will Be Racing As Wonder Woman Regardless of your personal feelings about racer Danica Patrick, her new paint job is damn impressive. Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment have decided to make DC-themed race cars a thing. Last season saw Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson racing as Batman and Superman to promote DC’s Batman Vs. Superman and […] http://bit.ly/2qbD6rX
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https://plus.google.com/113176573310888120806 dataspace kenya : Sports Briefing: Jimmie Johnson Wins Rain-Delayed Nascar Race at Bristol - Johnson, the reigning Nascar...
Sports Briefing: Jimmie Johnson Wins Rain-Delayed Nascar Race at Bristol - Johnson, the reigning Nascar champion, prevailed at Bristol Motor Speedway for just the second time, with Clint Bowyer finishing second.
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https://plus.google.com/101671127811300019752 ThatoneElliottfan24 : Odds Kyle Busch. Chris Buescher Kurt Busch Dale Jr Erik Jones Michael McDowell Ty Dillon Cole Whitt ...
Odds
Kyle Busch.
Chris Buescher
Kurt Busch
Dale Jr
Erik Jones
Michael McDowell
Ty Dillon
Cole Whitt
Danica Patrick
Elliott Sadler
DJ Kennington
Corie Lajoie
Landon Cassil
David Ragan
Michael Waltrip
Matt DiBenedetto
Joey Logano
Ryan Blaney
Kasey Kahne
Kevin Harvick

Evens
Austin Dillon #3
Brad Keselowski #2
Trevor Bayne #6
Kyle Larson #42
Gray Gaulding #23
Matt Kenseth #20
Ricky Stenhouse Jr #17
Ryan Newman #31
AJ Allmendinger #47
Timmy Hill #51
Aric Almirola #43
Jimmie Johnson #48
Jamie McMurray #1
Martin Truex Jr #78
Clint Bowyer #14
Daniel Suarez #19
Reed Sorenson #55
Chase Elliott #24
Denny Hamlin #11
Paul Menard #27

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https://plus.google.com/101671127811300019752 ThatoneElliottfan24 : Can-Am Duel 2 Start: Chase Elliott, who is on pole spins the tires and Brad Keselowski takes the lead...
Can-Am Duel 2
Start: Chase Elliott, who is on pole spins the tires and Brad Keselowski takes the lead
Lap 7: Aric Almirola gets into the rear of Gray Gaulding, he gets sideways but dirt tracks the car and saves it at 200 mph
Lap 17: Brendan Gaughan looses power and can not accelerate. He retires and sadly, will not make the 500
Lap 19: Green flag pitstops, in the process of entering the pits, Ryan Newman spins Chase Elliott. Elliott gets hit by Hamlin and Paul Menard. Larson out 1st, Trevor Bayne 2nd
CAUTION
Restart lap 22: Larson gets a great push by Keselowski
Lap 27: Daniel Suarez cuts a tire and smacks the wall. Suarez pits and comes out 15th
CAUTION
Restart lap 30: Reed Sorenson misses a shift and falls behind, he has no drafting help
Lap 36: Timmy Hill goes up the middle and passes Jimmie Johnson and Aric Almirola
Lap 47: Brad Keselowski gets Kyle Larson aero loose and passes him
Lap 59: Austin Dillon slingshots by Trevor Bayne on the back and takes 2nd
Final lap: In turn 4 Austin Dillon gets Keselowski to wiggle and go wide, he passes him and the 3 car is back in victory lane!
Jimmie Johnson gets spun and collects Jamie McMurray, Martin Truex Jr, Clint Bowyer, Daniel Suarez, and Reed Sorenson, who climbed his way back

RESULTS
Austin Dillon #3
Brad Keselowski #2
Trevor Bayne #6
Kyle Larson #42
Gray Gaulding #23
Matt Kenseth #20
Ricky Stenhouse Jr #17
Ryan Newman #31
AJ Allmendinger #47
Timmy Hill #51
Aric Almirola #43
Jimmie Johnson #48
Jamie McMurray #1
Martin Truex Jr #78
Clint Bowyer #14
Daniel Suarez #19
Reed Sorenson #55 DNF
Chase Elliott #24 DNF
Denny Hamlin #11 DNF
Paul Menard #27 DNF
-----------------------Daytona 500 cutoff
Brendan Gaughan #75 DNF
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https://plus.google.com/116721181123445956471 GreatLakesGRO : Danica Patrick getting a new paint job, dressing her car up in Wonder Woman decals Danica Patrick is...
Danica Patrick getting a new paint job, dressing her car up in Wonder Woman decals

    Danica Patrick is transforming into Wonder Woman. Well, her stock car is anyway. Similar to how Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jimmie Johnson took on the roles of Batman and Superman when they drove superhero-themed cars last season, Patrick will sport a…
Danica Patrick getting a new paint job, dressing her car up in Wonder Woman decals
We get some new superhero decals with Danica Patrick getting sponsored by Wonder Woman
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https://plus.google.com/110209315389636114602 LeSocool 2K16 : 1 Jamie McMurray 42 Kyle Larson Front Row Motorsports (Ford) 34 David Ragan 35 Cole Whitt 38 David ...
1 Jamie McMurray
42 Kyle Larson

Front Row Motorsports (Ford)
34 David Ragan
35 Cole Whitt
38 David Gilliand

Hendrick Motorsports (Chevrolet)
5 Kasey Kahne
24 Jeff Gordon
48 Jimmie Johnson (LeSocool2K16)
88 Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Joe Gibbs Racing (Toyota)
11 Denny Hamlin
18 Kyle Busch (The Texas Outlaw)
19 Carl Edwards
20 Matt Kenseth

Michael Waltrip Racing (Toyota)
15 Clint Bowyer
55 Mark Martin
66 Michael Waltrip

Penske Racing (Ford)
2 Brad Keselowski
22 Joey Logano


Richard Childress Racing (Chevrolet)
3 Austin Dillon
27 Paul Menard
31 Ryan Newman Tyson Aqunio
33 Ty Dillion

Richard Petty Motorsports (Ford)
9 Marcus Ambrose
43 Aric Almirola


Roush Fenway Racing (Ford)
6 Trevor Bayne
16 Greg Biffle
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (Connor Breton)

Stewart-Haas Racing (Chevrolet)
4 Kevin Harvick
10 Danica Patrick
14 Tony Stewart
41 Kurt Busch

Furniture Row Racing (Chevrolet)
78 Martin Truex Jr.

Germain Racing (Chevrolet)
13 Casey Mears

JTG Daugherty Racing (Chevrolet)
47 AJ Allmendinger

HScott Motorsports (Chevrolet)
36 Michael Annett

Hillman Smith Racing (Chevrolet)
40 Landon Cassill


Tommy Baldwin Racing (Chevrolet)
7 Justin Allgaier/Micheal Annett

Go FAS Racing (Ford)
32 Bobby Labonte

BK Racing (Toyota)
23 Jeb Burton
26 J.J. Yeley
83 Matt DiBenedetto


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https://plus.google.com/110914452076047186202 Erik SpeedTire : What NASCAR driver would you like to see carified? Sorry if this doesn't have anything to do with cars...
What NASCAR driver would you like to see carified?
Sorry if this doesn't have anything to do with cars, but the driver that gets the most votes, will get a custom of their carified version.

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https://plus.google.com/105167392596919274108 Eco Adventure : "The thing I love about off-road racing is the pride in how elevating it is." Jimmie Johnson This August...
"The thing I love about off-road racing is the pride in how elevating it is." Jimmie Johnson
This August, all roads lead to Spiti as we bring to you India's most awaited off-roading event. And this time it's gonna be only #superbikes. Are You In?
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https://plus.google.com/115486866043702605073 Gilles017 : Go behind the scenes at Bristol for the Food City 500, where Jimmie Johnson took home the checkered ...
Go behind the scenes at Bristol for the Food City 500, where Jimmie Johnson took home the checkered flag.
SCAN ALL: FOOD CITY 500 AT BRISTOL MOTOR SPEEDWAY
Go behind the scenes at Bristol for the Food City 500, where Jimmie Johnson took home the checkered flag.
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https://plus.google.com/118141615607597255672 mohd siraj Ali : We’re getting pretty tired of the “(insert sport here) isn’t as good as it used to be” conversation ...
We’re getting pretty tired of the “(insert sport here) isn’t as good as it used to be” conversation — aka... Read More »
Jimmie Johnson Wonders How Retired NASCAR Greats Would Fare In Playoffs
We’re getting pretty tired of the “(insert sport here) isn’t as good as it used to be” conversation — aka... Read More »wp.com/b.gif?host=nesn.com&blog=38215605&post=717463&subd=nesncom&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
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https://plus.google.com/110583056246440507124 Seth Spory : Jimmie Johnson wins at Bristol 😊
Jimmie Johnson wins at Bristol 😊
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https://plus.google.com/105172109871060949794 NESN Fuel : The age old question.
The age old question.
Jimmie Johnson Wonders How Retired NASCAR Greats Would Fare In Playoffs
We’re getting pretty tired of the “(insert sport here) isn’t as good as it used to be” conversation — aka the sports equivalent of “in my day, we had to walk thr…
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https://plus.google.com/115486866043702605073 Gilles017 : Jimmie Johnson scored back-to-back wins at Texas and Bristol to jump up the points standings in the ...
Jimmie Johnson scored back-to-back wins at Texas and Bristol to jump up the points standings in the past few weeks. Kyle Larson still holds the top spot after another strong showing. Check out the top 30 drivers in the points standings after the Food City…
Top 30 drivers in points standings after Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway
Jimmie Johnson scored back-to-back wins at Texas and Bristol to jump up the points standings in the past few weeks. Kyle Larson still holds the top spot after another strong showing. Check out the …
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https://plus.google.com/101671127811300019752 ThatoneElliottfan24 : Clash at Daytona- Stages only apply in all star Start: Ryan Blaney gets the jump and is pushed out front...
Clash at Daytona- Stages only apply in all star
Start: Ryan Blaney gets the jump and is pushed out front.
Lap 4: Matt Kenseth spins and makes heavy contact with the inside wall out of turn 4.
CAUTION
Restart lap 6: Ryan Blaney leads and Austin Dillon follows close behind
Lap 15: Dale Earnhardt Jr gets loose and saves the car, he loses several important positions
Lap 20: Green flag pit stops, AJ Allmendinger wins the race off and is in the lead
Lap 38: Kurt Busch gets spun into the outside wall and crashes
CAUTION
Pitstops: Kyle Larson win the race off and is in 1st, Ryan Newman 2nd, Trevor Bayne 3rd
Restart lap 43: Bayne gives a great push to Kyle Larson
Lap 61: final green pitstops, Bayne takes 2nd
Lap 73: Daniel Suarez blows an engine and sets up overtime
CAUTION
Pitstops: Bayne leads the field to the pits but fakes them out and keeps 2nd
Overtime: Kyle Larson leads the field to green, Ryan Newman follows.
Final lap: Kyle Larson leads
On the back, Bayne uses the air and gets Larson loose. Larson goes into Newman and Newman goes backwards and soars the back of the car into the catchfence. Larson keeps the car going.Newmans car helicopters back onto the track as 6 other cars are collected.
CAUTION Trevor Bayne wins

Results
Trevor Bayne
Denny Hamlin
Kyle Busch
Kyle Larson
AJ Allmendinger
Danica Patrick
Chase Elliott
Ryan Blaney
Dale Earnhardt Jr
Jamie McMurray
Joey Logano DNF
Martin Truex Jr DNF
Jimmie Johnson DNF
Kevin Harvick DNF
Austin Dillon DNF
Brad Keselowski DNF
Ryan Newman DNF
Daniel Suarez DNF
Kurt Busch DNF
Matt Kenseth DNF

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https://plus.google.com/115486866043702605073 Gilles017 : Back-to-back wins for Jimmie Johnson rocket him toward the top of our power rankings. He isn’t at the...
Back-to-back wins for Jimmie Johnson rocket him toward the top of our power rankings. He isn’t at the top spot, but he’s getting closer each week.  Check out how the rankings look after eight races in the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. ©…
Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Power Rankings: Top 25 drivers after rain-delayed Bristol Motor Speedway race
Back-to-back wins for Jimmie Johnson rocket him toward the top of our power rankings. He isn’t at the top spot, but he’s getting closer each week. Check out how the rankings look …
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https://plus.google.com/113244828975493133027 Chris Dyer : Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – one of NASCAR’s most recognizable and most popular drivers, announced Tuesday ...
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – one of NASCAR’s most recognizable and most popular drivers, announced Tuesday that he will retire from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series following the end of the current 2017 season.

Speaking with the media at Hendrick Motorsports headquarters in Concord, North Carolina, Earnhardt, Jr. said he wanted to go out on his own terms, rather than have it decided for him.

“You’re wondering why I reached this decision, it’s really simple. I just wanted the opportunity to go out on my own terms,” said Earnhardt, Jr. “I wanted to honor my commitment to Rick, to my sponsors, to my team, and to the fans. I’ll admit, that having influence over my exit only became meaningful when it started to seem most unlikely.”

The announcement comes just weeks Earnhardt, Jr. made his return to the Cup Series after sitting out the last four months of the 2016 season while recovering from concussion symptoms.

Earnhardt, Jr. has been plagued by concussions for much of his career. Last July, following wrecks at Daytona and Michigan, Earnhardt, Jr. missed the race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway due to concussion symptom and later announced he would sit out the rest of the 2016 season.

Following a rigorous rehabilitation process, Earnhardt, Jr. returned to the track for the first time at a pre-season test at Phoenix International Raceway in January before heading to Speedweeks at Daytona in February.

“During my rehab, I was given something else that I wasn’t accustomed to, and that was time,” said Earnhardt, Jr. “Time to understand what’s important to me, time to realize the incredible support system I have in my wife, my team, and my doctors, and time to work like hell to wrestle back some semblance of say so in this whole matter.

“So that became my motivation. The opportunity to stand here at this podium to announce my choice rather than some fate that was decided for me.”

Earnhardt, Jr. joins a long list of drivers who have stepped away from NASCAR in the last two years, including Tony Stewart, Carl Edwards, Brian Scott and former teammate Jeff Gordon, who briefly came out of retirement last season to fill in the Earnhardt, Jr. while he was sidelined with concussion symptoms.

In fact, Edwards – who had been a finalist for the championship last season – cited Earnhardt, Jr.’s health problems as well as his own concerns about his health as one of the factors that led to his retirement decision.

But Earnhardt, Jr. says his health wasn’t a deciding factor in his decision.

“I don’t think that one (reason) stands out above the other,” said Earnhardt, Jr. “I had a lot to think about over the last several months, and I was not sure that I would have the opportunity to compete. This season has been a blessing to me. It’s been a gift to be at the racetrack, to run every lap.

“I just want to have – I wanted to be able to make that decision myself on retiring and not really have it made for me. But I feel healthy. I’m having a really good time driving the cars and enjoying that with my team.”

Since coming to NASCAR full time in 1998 and moving up to the Cup Series in 2000, Earnhardt, Jr. has been one of NASCAR’s biggest and brightest stars. Although he’d yet to match the championship pedigree of his father, the late seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt, Sr., he had enjoyed more popularity than any other driver – winning NASCAR’s prestigious Most Popular Driver Awards 14 times in a row from 2003 to 2016.

Earnhardt, Jr., along with Gordon and Jimmie Johnson, are among the drivers most often cited with helping to bring NASCAR into the mainstream of American sports and to its biggest rise in popularity in its history.

In addition to winning the Most Popular Driver Award, Earnhardt, Jr. is also tops among drivers in merchandising sales and endorsements – promoting everything from spaghetti sauce to blue jeans. All told, his net worth is rumored to hover around $300 million.

Earnhardt, Jr. is a 26-time winner in the Cup Series, including two Daytona 500 victories as well a two time Xfinity Series Champion. He is also a team owner in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, where the organization fields four full-time teams.

Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick said he admired Earnhardt, Jr. not just for his accolades on the racetrack, but also for what he’s done off the track.

“Dale is unique. You can’t replace Dale,” said Hendrick. “I mean he’s got so many just wonderful traits of his personality the way he cares about people, cares about everything he does, and that’s why so many people are attached to him.

“You have delivered and given more than anybody I know. I’m fortunate today because you and I have got a lot left to do. Dale wants to help me here at Hendrick Motorsports, and at JRM bringing the young drivers along. We’re in the automobile business together, so I feel like I’m excited about the next chapter.”

NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France also had praise for Earnhardt, Jr.

“Dale Earnhardt, Jr. is among the most recognizable athletes in the world, unequivocally serving as the sport’s most popular driver for more than a decade,” France said in a statement. “His passion for the sport will leave an impact on NASCAR that will be felt over its entire history. Over his 20-plus year career, Dale has proven himself a leader with a deep commitment to so many areas of the sport – all the way to its roots. We’re excited about the next chapter of his NASCAR career and wish him success for the remainder of 2017.”

Earnhardt, Jr. began his NASCAR career driving for his father’s Dale Earnhardt, Inc. race team in the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 1998 before moving up to the Cup Series in 2000.

Following his father’s death in the 2001 Daytona 500, Earnhardt, Jr. carried the banner for his father’s team – winning at Daytona just five months later – before a falling out with his step-mother Teresa led to him signing with Hendrick Motorsports in 2008.

“To my father, Dale Earnhardt, I would not have been a race car driver if it not for him,” Earnhardt, Jr. said. “He believed in me. It might have taken a little encouragement from Tony Eury Sr., but eventually dad came around. I appreciate my father, everything he put into my career, and all the guys on the old 80 AC Delco team who gave me a shot.”

When asked if he believed his father would be proud of what he’d accomplished in his career, Earnhardt, Jr. hesitated a bit.

“I think he would have he wouldn’t tell me to my face, but he would probably tell Rick or anyone else that would listen here today that he was very proud of me, and then I’d have to go hear it from Rick.”

“I knew your daddy pretty well. I knew him real well,” said Hendrick. “He would be proud of the man that you are and what you’ve done for so many, and all the charities and all the good will that you’ve done. He would be very, very, and is, is very proud of you.”

Earnhardt, Jr. said what he’ll miss most is simply being at the racetrack, being around his friends and teammates, and of course his countless fans.

“I’m at peace with the decision. I’m very comfortable with it. More concerned with the fallout of it,” he said. “I know we’ve got a lot of fans that are very sad for lack of a better way to describe it.

“I’ve only driven for two teams in my career, from DEI to Hendrick Motorsports, I was blessed to work with. I miss that camaraderie, and I’ll miss it for the rest of my life. But the friendships I’ve made will live beyond the time we’ve spent in the garage together.

“At the same time, this isn’t the end of the road. I mean, we’ve got the rest of the year. I’m going to be in Richmond this weekend with my foot on the floor, going down the front straightaway, and this press conference will be a distant memory. So there is a lot of racing left that I’m excited about.”

Dale Earnhardt, Jr. set to retire on his own terms
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. – one of NASCAR’s most recognizable and most popular drivers, announced Tuesday that he will retire from the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series following the end of the current 2017 season.
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Who wins at Richmond?
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