Quote of the Day

"You have to fight to be relevant and you can't do things that were done in the past and feel like you are going to be relevant to today's fans."
-- Driver Brad Keselowski, on the future direction of NASCAR. (BOSTON GLOBE, 2/22)
Friday February 22, 2013 Vol. 19 — No. 115 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Shifting Into Gear

    Patrick's No. 10 Go Daddy Chevy will be one of Fox' eight in-camera cars on Sunday

    Fox Sports co-President & co-COO Eric Shanks is being "careful not to over-promise" on coverage around Danica Patrick sitting on the pole position for Sunday's Daytona 500, according to Tom Hoffarth of the L.A. DAILY NEWS. The net will have a "pre-race feature allowing her to talk about her week in a first-person format." But outside of giving some historical context, Fox "will not divert from any other hysteria the race itself draws naturally." Fox knows Patrick's No. 10 Go Daddy Chevy will be "one of its eight in-camera cars," and she "may be one of three drivers also supplied with a Gyro-Cam, but that will be determined Saturday." The Gyro-Cam is a device "mounted in the center of the cockpit that tilts with every high-banked turn." ...

  • The Champ Is Here

    Brad Keselowski offers NASCAR some ways to change, including no longer being "a house divided."

  • From The Inside Out

    DIS unveils first images for track's planned renovations.

  • Anything You Can Do...

    Under Armour sues Nike over infringement of "I Will" campaign.

  • ...I Can Do Better

    ESPN matches NBC offer, will keep Big East TV rights for around $20M per year.

  • Off To A Slow Start

    AEG bids coming in at the low end of Anschutz' asking price.

  • Improving The Nest

    The Ravens unveil plans for $35M in renovations to M&T Bank Stadium.

  • Spirit In St. Louis

    Joe Buck to test "looser fashion" of calling MLB games with Cardinals on FS Midwest.

  • Going Out In Style

    Jerry Buss' private memorial service was "pure Showtime."

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