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Racing's off-season rejuvenates drivers

...probably be bored and ready to get back going. That's the nature of the beasts that we are.'' Drivers, crew and NASCAR officials clearly were weary after one of the longest, most demanding seasons in the sport's history. There were a lot...

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Sports Views

...himself. ''I want everybody back home to know,'' Earnhardt Jr. said, ''that we're feeling OK.'' Whether NASCAR officials will be able to say the same remains to be seen. By lap 52, two-plus hours after Earnhardt Jr. was tagged from...

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...gets closer attention Web sites cater to boomers Business Briefs Dawson beckons mushers Race Schedule NASCAR officials say the Daytona 500 name is Gordon divorce invades garage NASCAR Newsmakers Warm winter affecting Kenai...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...two nieces of Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports, one of the most successful teams in NASCAR history. NASCAR officials informed Johnson and three other Hendrick drivers of the crash after the race. Johnson was excused from Victory...

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...own terms. Points system divides circuit Newsmaker: Richard Petty 24 Hours could signal resurgence NASCAR officials will signal with hands Newsmaker: Bob Snodgrass This week: Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives02/23/01

... Cold War over; chill wind still blows Dealing with relatives' foibles is traditional for first families NASCAR officials: Earnhardt's lap belt was broken Osmar wins Yukon quest with picture-perfect run Caribou Hills epicenter...

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Autograph seekers distract drivers

...they sign as they make an escape. Access to the garage area is supposed to be limited to race crews, media, NASCAR officials and their sponsors. And yet, hundreds find their way in with bags of goodies to be signed. It's forced drivers...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...NASCAR is using is collective influence to help President George W. Bush win re-election. Drivers, car owners and NASCAR officials have donated thousands of dollars to the Bush campaign, and some have gone on the campaign trail in battleground...

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