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  • Tom Jensen on Race Team Alliance Changes in NASCAR

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    Tom Jensen is a part of Fox Sports and Fox Sports.com. He specializes in NASCAR inside information including the Race Team Alliance issue sweeping the NASCAR garage. Is it a danger to stock car racing? Should we worry about the changes that are coming over the horizon? And what about the major teams that have banded together to work for the betterment of the sport and themselves? Can that be done without drastic changes from one or the other? Tom Jensen answers those questions and more. Listen...

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  • Mike Conway Gets Freakish Heat After a Northern Win

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    IndyCar Toronto Race 2 winner Mike Conway came into The Freak Nation Sunday night while taking a break from celebrating with his Fuzzy's Vodka teammates. Conway is a road course specialist for Ed Carpenter's race team. He got Sunday's win after making an important call on a tire choice right from behind the wheel. He talked about that and a couple other tough questions from The Freaks. Listen...

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  • Here's Lots of F1 Passing

    icon for story: Here's Lots of F1 Passing

    This is the Statt Mann, Baby. It's time to Scatt a Little Bit... Here's more ammunition for those of you who tire of arguments that start: "Formula One is so boring. There's never any passing!" Today's race in Germany saw 2008 F1 champion Lewis Hamilton start from 20th on the grid because of pre-race repairs after an accident yesterday in qualifying. Nico Rosberg, Hamilton's Mercedes teammate and challenger for this year's title, won the race with ease. But Hamilton drove through the field to finish third; from 20th to third. He was closing on second but, as you can imagine, his tires were gasping for air and the race ended before he could make the pass. The great drive didn't help his title hopes though. Hamilton is now 14 points down to Rosberg in the championship. He was four points back when the lights went out to start the race in Hockenheim Sunday. In high school wrestling you get points for near pins. You used to get points for dominating an opponent. I think it was called riding time. After watching Hamilton's drive today you almost wish he could get points for dominating a race that ended before he could win it. It was a champion's effort whether he wins the title or not. Peace.

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