Your Most Humble Sheriff Still Sits On Top

Kevin Harvick rolled to victory Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, passing Martin Truex Jr. with 10 laps left to clinch an automatic berth in the Championship 4 field in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs. Harvick led five times for 38 of the 334 laps in the AAA Texas 500, his Stewart-Haas Racing No. […]

Lots Of Different Ideas For Texas

This week NASCAR makes its last visit to the Lone Star State.  The fall race in Texas caries a lot more weight and drama in relation to the 2017 championships.   Our Texas Selections   The choices that our players have this week at the Texas Motor Speedway are almost evenly distributed over six different […]

Could It Be The Harvick And Johnson Show At Texas?

As was witnessed last week NASCAR is in the midst of their East Coast “short track tour”.  It will cover two more of the next three weeks.  The only exception is that NASCAR is making a slight detour for a pit stop just outside Ft. Worth, TX.  This weekend it is the O’Reilly Auto Parts […]

A&M Aggie Sue Sneaks Back Into The Lead

  Carl Edwards secured a waterlogged victory Sunday night at Texas Motor Speedway, taking control late in a rain-shortened AAA Texas 500 to clinch a title shot in the Nov. 20 season finale. Edwards’ Joe Gibbs Racing No. 19 Toyota permanently took the lead in the 258th of 293 laps, after his pit crew busted […]

Can Jimmie Johnson Go Back-To-Back?

With just three races left in the 2016 season, and the haulers head for the Texas Motor Speedway, the third segment tightens among the top scoring players for the final Redneck Fantasy League paycheck. Additionally, the winner take all Championship paycheck is still up for grabs, with any of the top five scoring players still […]

Jeremy Hangs On To The Lead By A Whisker

Kyle Busch turned a late-race surge into victory in Saturday night’s rain-delayed NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. KyBu led just 34 of 334 laps in the Joe Gibbs Racing No.18 Toyota Camry and held on for a 3.904-second margin of victory in the Duck Commander 500. Busch’s second Sprint Cup win of the season was his second in a row, […]

Can Kenseth Corral A Victory In Texas?

Well it has been a very busy five weeks for Your Most Humble Sheriff.  I was fortunate to get media credentials for the Las Vegas and Phoenix NASCAR races, as well as last week’s IndyCar races at PIR!  Additionally, I have made a mad dash back home to Fresno for a week’s visit with my […]

Cole Regains The Lead With Two Races To Go

Jimmie Johnson foiled Brad Keselowski’s thoroughly dominant day Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway, rallying to win the AAA Texas 500. Johnson led just six laps but denied the eight remaining contenders in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup playoffs an automatic berth among the championship-eligible quartet. His fifth win of the season was his sixth at the 1.5-mile Fort Worth track and the […]

Logano Makes The News Again!

It just seems like The Redneck Fantasy League just can’t get enough of Joey Logano!  He has been in the limelight continuously for the last month, winning three races in a row, and being in the lead, and apparently running away with the race at Martinsville, until Matt Kenseth extracted his “pound of flesh” from […]

Dawn Scores Big And Takes The Lead

(WOMR file photo) In the last nine Spring races at the Texas Motor Speedway there has been nine different winners.  Tonight you can chalk up another different winner for the Spring race at TMS.  It is now ten out ten!  Jimmie Johnson did something that he has never done before in his storied career, and […]

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