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Entries for May 2014


USCC: Detroit – Taylors take the win; Ferrari tops GT

Richard Westbrook (#90 Spirit of Daytona Corvette DP) won the pole. Gustavo Yacaman (#42 OAK Racing Morgan-Nissan) started fourth and came into the race fourth in the standings. Ricky and Jordan Taylor (#10 Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP) won the race by just 0.207 sec over Westbrook and co-driver Michael Valiante. Olivier Pla brought the #42 in third. The win was Jordan Taylor’s third straight at Detroit, having won the last two events held there as part of the Grand-Am series. Ricky T...

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IndyCar: Detroit (Race 1) – Power tops Rahal, Kanaan

Photo: Chris Jones   Will Power overtook race leader Ryan Briscoe (NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing, Chevrolet) on a Lap 60 restart and then held off Graham Rahal over a 10-lap sprint to win Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit presented by Quicken Loans Dual 1. "(Rahal) was really pushing me at the end and it was a great victory for Roger, the (crew) guys and Verizon," said Power, who started 16th in the Team Penske (Chevy) car and tied Tommy Milton for 18th all time with his 23rd Indy car victory...

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IndyCar: Detroit preview – Pagenaud, Hunter-Reay poised for success

Photo: Chris Owens   The Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit will mark the first of three doubleheaders on the 2014 Verizon IndyCar Series schedule. Drivers will contest a pair of 70-lap races Saturday and Sunday on the 2.36-mile temporary street circuit, testing both their endurance and that of their teams.  Simon Pagenaud claimed his first Indy car win on the streets of Belle Isle in 2013. Now he hopes a strong performance in Detroit can springboard him to the Verizon IndyCar Series ti...

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Friday LinkFrogging - 5/30/14

#LinkFrogging...is magic.

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The Jibbies & Loond Show - Episode 061 - Been Too Long

Its been way too long, but J&L have come together again for another episode of Metal.  A bunch has gone down since we last tickled your ear-buds and the guys touch on some of that in this installment.  The Queensryche saga/settlement is discussed and if that saga wasn't enough...we have a similar saga on our hands in the Entombed camp with two versions of said band now floating around.  The guys also talk about the Tim Lambesis conviction and find it quite funny that he and As I Lay Dying were a “Christian” band.  The guys are stoked about news that Pepper Keenan wants to get back to writing and playing with C.O.C and touch on the stepping down of Angela Gassow from Arch Enemy and the stepping in of Alissa White-Gluz.  To round things out, new records from Prong and Mos Generator are heralded by Loond before our duo departs to see Red Fang, Big Business, and American Sharks at Fitz.

Horns Up! – J&L

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Music featured this episode:

Entombed - When In Sodom

Queensryche - The Lady Wore Black

As I Lay Dying - Confined

C.O.C - Over Me

Arch Enemy - My Apocalypse

Prong - Put Myself To Sleep

Mos Generator - Cosmic Ark

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Indy 500 – Hunter-Reay tops Castroneves in second closest finish ever

Photo: John Cole   James Hinchcliffe (Andretti Autosport, Honda) passed pole-sitter Ed Carpenter (Ed Carpenter Racing, Chevrolet) to lead Lap 1. Will Power (Team Penske, Chevy) ran third, with this order in place through Lap 9. Carpenter passed for the lead on the next lap. Carpenter pitted from the lead on Lap 29, with Hinchcliffe following one lap later, and Power a lap after that. Hinchcliffe was back out front once the cycle was complete, followed by Carpenter and Power.  Power ...

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F1: Monaco – Rosberg wins, retakes championship lead

Mercedes locked down the front row of the grid, last year’s winner Nico Rosberg besting teammate and 2008 Monaco champion Lewis Hamilton. 2014 points-leader Hamilton continued to whine, this time feeling Rosberg had unfairly impeded his progress on course, preventing him from taking the pole. Hamilton had won four straight races coming into Monaco and started on the front row for every race of the season. Rosberg, second in the drivers’ championship by just 3 points, won the first ...

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Friday LinkFrogging - 5/23/14

#LinkFrogging...so it goes.

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Review - X-Men:  Days of Future Past

Taking a look at the latest #XMen movie.

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IndyCar: 2014 Indianapolis 500 preview; Carpenter to Lazier, and no time in between

Photo: Jim Haines   Ed Carpenter (Ed Carpenter Racing, Chevrolet) will start from the pole of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race for the second year in a row. The 33-car field is the fastest in Indianapolis 500 history (229.382 mph), breaking the previous record of 228.648 mph set in 2002. The owner/driver of the No. 20 Fuzzy's Vodka Chevy was the final qualifier May 18 and recorded a four-lap average of 231.067 mph to bump James Hinchcliffe (Andretti Autosport, Honda...

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