Well first my name is Chris. I'm origianly from Kentucky, but i'm not a big UK fan. I only root for them in basketball. I'm a BIG Detroit sports fan. Lions, Tigers, Red Wings, Pistons, and even the Shock. I'm also the biggest MEEEchigan fan you will ever meet. I bleed Maize and Blue. I love to play golf and i'm a beer pong champ of the lower MS region. Love NASCAR (Go Jr!!)I'm married and my wife and I just had a beautiful baby boy on the 29th of May. His name is Landon and he is my little LB. I'm just a normal dude that likes to do normal things.....if you wanna know more, hit me up sometime.

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  • 04:56 PM ET  01.14
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As most of you know, the Sprint Cup boys are back in town. NASCAR Pre-season Testing has been going on in Daytona for 2 weeks now with Kyle Busch setting the bar for the first weeks testing session. The other half of the Sprint Cup stars have made there way to Daytona for there shot around the two and a half mile 33 degree banked superspeedway. Here is how they ended up on the time chart.....Preseason Thunder Practice Jan 14 (AM)Daytona Intl Speedway - 2.5001/14/20081 44B Dale Jarrett Tyt 48.652 184.9872 88B Dale Earnhardt Jr. Chv 48.742 184.6463 40 Dario Franchitti Dge…
  • 03:58 PM ET  01.10
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NASCAR's most popular driver wasn't scheduled to be at Daytona International Speedway until next week, where he and the other half of the Sprint Cup field was to test for three days leading up to the Feb. 17 Daytona 500. But six weeks away from the track was enough, and Earnhardt Jr. couldn't wait any longer to step in a NASCAR garage, this time as a member of Hendrick Motorsports. With his three Hendrick teammates - defending series champion Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Casey Mears - testing here this week, Earnhardt Jr. didn't want to go it alone next week. He wanted to be…
  • 09:38 AM ET  11.08
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  More cash, tradition would help Busch SeriesFolks, I think that most Busch teams are telling NASCAR, "Show me the money. Show me that you're serious about making the Busch Series a series for Busch teams." And I have a number of ideas of how to do that. A lot of the changes that I've heard so far only would diminish the value of the Busch Series, which will become the Nationwide Series in 2008. That's the concern I have. Limiting or not allowing Cup drivers to run in the Busch Series would be a big mistake, as would changing the car in 2009. Run current Cup…

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