Posts Tagged ‘ race ’

A Triple Crown Could Happen — ‘I’ll Have Another’ Could Do Just That

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May 30, 2012
I'll Have Another - Belmont Stakes - Triple Crown

By Kenneth E. Oquist There is a lot at stake at The Belmont Stakes this year. If you don’t pay attention, you are missing out on some action. After seeing ‘I’ll Have Another’ win by a nose at The Preakness, this last second win is a very compelling few minutes of edge of your...
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The Kentucky Derby Shocker

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May 13, 2012
The Kentucky Derby Shocker

By Kenneth E Oquist The media can be cumbersome, on a good day. This story cannot be overlooked. A body of a man was found dead on Sunday, May 6th, following this year’s Kentucky Derby race, in the stables of Churchill Downs. The details may come out over time, but even the most desensitized...
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NASCAR’s 2012 Daytona 500 Results

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February 28, 2012
NASCAR Daytona 500

By Kenneth E. Oquist After rain postponements and a red flag issued due to a fire breaking out, Juan Pablo Montoya lost control and went careening into a jet dryer vehicle. This was a two hour and five minute delay. The track had to be cleaned and treated by a dilligent crew. On lap...
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Daytona 500 2012: Today on Fox — 12:00 Noon ET

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February 26, 2012
Danica Patrick - NASCAR - Daytona 500

By Kenneth E. Oquist The starting lineup is set for The February Classic and The Daytona 500, a huge start to the NASCAR season. The pole winner is Carl Edwards, with Greg Biffle also on the first row. Winning Gatorade Duel 1 on Thursday was Tony Stewart. He will start in the second row....
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Daytona NASCAR Nationwide Race: February 19th, 1:15ET on ESPN 2

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February 18, 2011
Daytona NASCAR Nationwide Race: February 19th, 1:15ET on ESPN 2

Danica Patrick will race Saturday in the GoDaddy.com #7 Chevrolet, giving the Nationwide NASCAR series a huge boost from celebrity madness in America. Tiger Woods’ star has faded as of late. People will watch elsewhere without intrigue. Some argue she is a sports figure, but I think the interest suggests otherwise. How many women...
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