February 17th Story Links

Various stories from the NASCAR world.

Auto Racing Daily:

The Sprint Cup Class of 2013: Roush Fenway Racing By Dave Grayson

Bleacher Report: 

Daytona 500 Qualifying Rules 2013: Explaining Return to Traditional Format By Tim Daniels

Highlighting Favorites to Win NASCAR’s Premier Race By Alex Ballentine

Will Jeff Gordon Take a Step Forward or Backward in 2013? By Michael Guadalupe

Fox Sports:

Danica Patrick off to fast Daytona start

Knoxville News Sentinel:

NASCAR’s Earnhardt remains a fan favorite By Mike Graham

Monday Morning Crew Chief:

Sprint Unlimited practice wreck doesn’t mean Speedweeks will be a demolition derby

Matt Kenseth back in yellow, but new car number still strange

SB Nation:

Jimmie Johnson: Brad Keselowski needs to ‘mature’ By Jordan Bianchi

Chevrolet unveils 2014 production Chevrolet SS as official Daytona 500 pace car By Matt Weaver

Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin react to lap 14 accident in Sprint Unlimited By Matt Weaver


Hendrick — Win On Sunday, Sell On Monday By Tom Jensen

Sporting News:

Danica Patrick fastest as practice gets under way at Daytona

Tony Stewart takes blame for big wreck in Sprint Unlimited By Bob Pockrass

Drivers still have lot to learn about new Sprint Cup car after first race By Bob Pockrass

USA Today:

Danica Patrick fastest in Daytona qualifying practice By Jeff Gluck and Heather Tucker

Chevrolet SS has ‘heart of a Corvette’ says Jeff Gordon By Nate Ryan

NASCAR will no longer provide attendance estimates By Nate Ryan

John Wes Townley pulls off stunning Daytona ARCA win By Jeff Gluck

Harvick holds off Biffle to win NASCAR Sprint Unlimited By Jeff Gluck

Yahoo Sports:

Chevy may have pulled out without new car By Mark Long

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