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Howdy, partners! We're in the Lone Star State as we get set to run race #7 of the 2016 season, the DUCK COMMANDER 500 at Texas Motor Speedway! On track activity was washed out, so the field was set by the points. Here's how they'll line up:

1. Tommy Pickles (24)
2. Tom Majors (21)
3. Otto Rocket (3)
4. Marco Diaz (25)
5. Timmy Turner (20)
6. Joey Wheeler (18)
7. Atticus Rhodes (2)
8. Edd (4)
9. Ezra Bridger (14)
10. Phineas Flynn (43)
11. Danny Fenton (16)
12. Ashley Armbruster (15)
13. Dudley Puppy (19)
14. Randy Cunningham (48)
15. Tristan Taylor (22)
16. Arnold Shortman (17)
17. Kim Possible (88)
18. Jeremy Johnson (31)
19. Dipper Pines (55)
20. Abigail Lincoln (5)
21. Matt Quinlan (6)
22. Yugi Moto (11)
23. Blossom (78)
24. Ricky Cervantes (47)
25. Johnny Test (42)
26. Riley Anderson (93)
27. Ben Tennyson (10)
28. Guy Hamdon (41)
29. Ed (27)
30. Ferb Fletcher (9)
31. Hunter Steele (95)
32. Nigel Uno (1)
33. Nikki Wong (13)
34. Eli Shane (29)
35. Raimundo Pedrosa (30)
36. Aang (35)
37. Hank Hill (23)
38. Ash Ketchum (7)
39. Adam Lyon (32)
40. Sokka (38)
41. Stan Smith (83)
42. Katara (34)
43. Homer Simpson (26)


Race Conditions:

Air Temp.: 76 degrees
Track Temp.: 94 degrees
Weather: Cloudy, 60% chance of rain
Green Flag Time: 7:46 PM


FOX?


(NASCAR on FOX 2001-2007; 2016-present theme)


Mike Joy: It's our 4th Saturday night race of the season, but it takes place where everything's bigger, including the racing! We're in Fort Worth, Texas tonight for race 7 of the 2016 Sprint Cup Series, the DUCK COMMANDER 500 at Texas Motor Speedway! Hi again, everyone. Alongside Darrell Waltrip and Jeff Gordon, I'm Mike Joy. Welcome to Texas. I can tell you right now that there is rain in the area. NASCAR is in the hurry up, they've moved the start time up to 7:40 PM to get this race underway as soon as possible. Let's head down trackside for the command to fire engines.


Track Announcer: Race fans, it's time for the most famous words in motorsports! Please welcome our grand marshal, SADIE ROBERTSON!


Sadie Robertson: Texas, are you ready?! DRIVERS! START! YOUR! ENGINES!


(43 850 horsepower engines fire up)


Mike Joy: Ready to race in Texas. We take a look at our Ford starting lineup:


1. Tommy Pickles (24)
2. Tom Majors (21)
3. Otto Rocket (3)
4. Marco Diaz (25)
5. Timmy Turner (20)
6. Joey Wheeler (18)
7. Atticus Rhodes (2)
8. Edd (4)
9. Ezra Bridger (14)
10. Phineas Flynn (43)
11. Danny Fenton (16)
12. Ashley Armbruster (15)
13. Dudley Puppy (19)
14. Randy Cunningham (48)
15. Tristan Taylor (22)
16. Arnold Shortman (17)
17. Kim Possible (88)
18. Jeremy Johnson (31)
19. Dipper Pines (55)
20. Abigail Lincoln (5)
21. Matt Quinlan (6)
22. Yugi Moto (11)
23. Blossom (78)
24. Ricky Cervantes (47)
25. Johnny Test (42)
26. Riley Anderson (93)
27. Ben Tennyson (10)
28. Guy Hamdon (41)
29. Ed (27)
30. Ferb Fletcher (9)
31. Hunter Steele (95)
32. Nigel Uno (1)
33. Nikki Wong (13)
34. Eli Shane (29)
35. Raimundo Pedrosa (30)
36. Aang (35)
37. Hank Hill (23)
38. Ash Ketchum (7)
39. Adam Lyon (32)
40. Sokka (38)
41. Stan Smith (83)
42. Katara (34)
43. Homer Simpson (26)


Jeff Gordon: 334 laps for 500 miles here in Texas. 56-64 laps is the window here and we have seen our fair share of speeding penalties here. Watch that pit road speed, 45 MPH down pit lane.

Mike Joy: Word from NASCAR is that we will start this race under a green-yellow situation. The laps will count, but we will not be at full speed. This will also count as the first caution of the race. After each lap, NASCAR will go to the spotters to check the track condition.

DW: Back in the old days, they usually sent someone from mid-pack to check the racetrack. They called that driver a 'rabbit'. They'd usually make a lap around to check out the track, then fall back to their starting position.


(Lap 6)


Mike Joy: Competition caution has been moved from lap 25 to lap 30, pace car off to pit lane as Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki waves the green flag and WE ARE RACING IN TEXAS!


(START OF DUCK COMMANDER 500)


Jeff Gordon: They're going 3 wide already! 3 wide 4 rows deep!

DW: You can do that here in Texas, Jeff. Last week in Martinsville, these drivers couldn't have done that or else they would've wound up in the wall.

Mike Joy: Tommy Pickles, the points leader heading into tonight, slipped back to 3rd momentarily, now back to 2nd as Tom Majors leads the first laps under green here in Texas!


(Lap 30 - Caution 2)


Mike Joy: Welcome back to Texas Motor Speedway. This is the Duck Commander 500 on FOX, under caution for the 2nd time and it is the scheduled competition caution called for by NASCAR in response to the rain here earlier tonight. Under NASCAR rules, when a competition caution is called for, teams can change tires, but they can not fuel the cars until the competition caution comes out. Pits are now open here on lap 31 and everyone's coming in! We start with Chris Neville!


Chris Neville: Competition caution is out and with it come big changes for the 25. His car 'just junk'. Chassis adjustment complete, 4 tires and fuel for Marco Diaz and he's away! Vince Welch?

Vince Welch: Danny Fenton on pit road, they'll make a track bar adjustment, 4 tires and fuel and he's away! Jamie Little?

Jamie Little: Tom Majors is in, 4 tires and fuel for the 21 and he's away! Majors first off pit road!


Top 10:

1. Tom Majors (21)
2. Otto Rocket (3)
3. Tommy Pickles (24)
4. Matt Quinlan (6)
5. Edd (4)
6. Danny Fenton (16)
7. Marco Diaz (25)
8. Nigel Uno (1)
9. Atticus Rhodes (2)
10. Ashley Armbruster (15)


(RESTART: Lap 36 - 6 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Out of the competition caution, it's Majors, Rocket, Pickles, Quinlan and Edd in the top 5 as we get the restart and we CRANK IT UP!


(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 158 - Caution 3)


Mike Joy: 122 straight laps of green....and now this! Dipper Pines, Ezra Bridger hard into the wall!

Jeff Gordon: They both had great runs going here, both up inside the top 5. Pines actually won this race a year ago.

DW: Dipper's actually auditioning for a ride for 2017 as my brother's team, Michael Waltrip Racing, is to close its doors after the season. For Pines, this season's not just about winning a title, but winning a ride next season.


(RESTART: Lap 167 - 9 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Restart to come right at halfway as Tom Majors and Otto Rocket lead them down to the green flag! Matt Yocum has an update for us. Matt?


Matt Yocum: Mike, I'm here with Dipper Pines, who's just been released from the infield medical center. Dipper, what happened back there?

Dipper: I just got loose off of 4, didn't know the 14 was there and I just clipped him in the left rear, sent us both into the wall. Not the way we wanted to end the night here. Guess we'll just head off to Bristol now.

Matt Yocum: Dipper Pines frustrated after a terrible showing here in Texas.


(Lap 226 - Caution 4)


Mike Joy: 108 laps to go here in Texas, just our 4th yellow of the race and it's for.....

Jeff Gordon: .....THAT!

DW: Debris strikes again!

Mike Joy: They're still gonna need one more stop from here. Pits are open and everyone's coming in as we go Side-By-Side!


(RESTART: Lap 234 - 8 caution laps)


Mike Joy: 100 laps to go in Texas and rain is coming.....GREEN FLAG! Let's CRANK IT UP!


(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 320 - Caution 5)


Mike Joy: 14 laps to go here in Texas and the rain is here!

Jeff Gordon: This was what I was afraid of, Mike.

DW: I'm willing to bet that NASCAR's gonna let these guys run to the finish under yellow.

Jeff Gordon: I hope you're right, DW.


(Lap 334)


Mike Joy: DW, you called it. They're gonna put out the checkers under caution. Checkered flag will fly for Randy Cunningham! His first Sprint Cup win since Daytona in July of 2014, 62 races ago! CUNNINGHAM WINS AT TEXAS!


(48 Team Communications)


Randy: How's that for breaking a curse?

Heidi: 62 races without a win, Randy! 62 RACES!

Howard: WE'RE BACK, BABY!


A 62 race winless streak is broken at Texas! Here's how they finished:

1. Randy Cunningham (48)
2. Tom Majors (21)
3. Otto Rocket (3)
4. Tommy Pickles (24)
5. Danny Fenton (16)
6. Edd (4)
7. Kim Possible (88)
8. Ashley Armbruster (15)
9. Timmy Turner (20)
10. Arnold Shortman (17)
11. Atticus Rhodes (2)
12. Nigel Uno (1)
13. Guy Hamdon (41)
14. Ben Tennsyon (10)
15. Abigail Lincoln (5)
16. Marco Diaz (25)
17. Johnny Test (42)
18. Matt Quinlan (6)
19. Tristan Taylor (22)
20. Jeremy Johnson (31)
21. Phineas Flynn (43)
22. Joey Wheeler (18)
23. Yugi Moto (11)
24. Ricky Cervantes (47)
25. Ferb Fletcher (9)
26. Dudley Puppy (19)
27. Blossom (78)
28. Riley Anderson (93)
29. Hunter Steele (95)
30. Ed (27)
31. Eli Shane (29)
32. Raimundo Pedrosa (30)
33. Aang (35)
34. Hank Hill (23)
35. Ash Ketchum (7)
36. Adam Lyon (32)
37. Katara (34)
38. Homer Simpson (26)
39. Sokka (38)
40. Stan Smith (83)
41. Nikki Wong (13)
42. Ezra Bridger (14) (DNF: Accident)
43. Dipper Pines (55) (DNF: Accident)


Points (after 7 of 36 races):

1. Tom Majors - 284 points (1 win)
2. Tommy Pickles - 284 points
3. Otto Rocket - 281 points (1 win)
4. Marco Diaz - 249 points (1 win)
5. Timmy Turner - 241 points
6. Atticus Rhodes - 234 points (1 win)
7. Edd - 227 points
8. Joey Wheeler - 225 points
9. Randy Cunningham - 218 points (1 win)
10. Danny Fenton - 216 points
11. Ashley Armbruster - 209 points
12. Phineas Flynn - 204 points
13. Kim Possible - 200 points
14. Arnold Shortman - 199 points (1 win)
15. Tristan Taylor - 192 points
16. Dudley Puppy - 190 points (1 win)
17. Jeremy Johnson - 187 points
18. Kick Buttowski - 186 points
19. Abigail Lincoln - 159 points
20. Matt Quinlan - 154 points
21. Johnny Test - 148 points
22. Yugi Moto - 144 points
23. Ben Tennyson - 143 points
24. Dipper Pines - 142 points
25. Ricky Cervantes - 141 points
26. Guy Hamdon - 133 points
27. Nigel Uno - 125 points
28. Blossom - 123 points
29. Ferb Fletcher - 120 points
30. Riley Anderson - 118 points
31. Ed - 116 points
32. Hunter Steele - 93 points
33. Eli Shane - 89 points
34. Raimundo Pedrosa - 87 points
35. Aang - 84 points
36. Nikki Wong - 83 points
37. Hank Hill - 79 points
38. Ash Ketchum - 72 points
39. Adam Lyon - 63 points
40. Sokka - 58 points
41. Stan Smith - 55 points
42. Katara - 54 points
43. Homer Simpson - 39 points


Next Race: FOOD CITY 500


SEE YOU IN BRISTOL!
NASCAR Toon Cup 2016: DUCK COMMANDER 500
Howdy, partners! The 7th race of the season takes us to the Lone Star State and Texas Motor Speedway for the running of the DUCK COMMANDER 500!
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IndyCar was last at Phoenix in 2006. Tonight, the Verizon IndyCar Series returns to the Valley of the Sun for round 2 of the season, the TOYOTA INDY 250! Who'll thrive in IndyCar's return to the desert? Here's how they'll line up:

1. Ben Tennyson (10)
2. Dipper Pines (3)
3. Tommy Pickles (20)
4. Serena Tsukino (7)
5. Ish Taylor (14)
6. Timmy Turner (43)
7. Tom Majors (29)
8. Jonesy Garcia (63)
9. Arnold Shortman (6)
10. Phineas Flynn (15)
11. Marco Diaz (22) (Grid Penalty: Will start from the rear due to altercation with Dan Kuso at St. Petersburg)
12. Ferb Fletcher (32)
13. Ashoka Tano (83)
14. Dan Kuso (9)
15. Otto Rocket (26)
16. Becky Botsford (27)
17. Ashley Armbruster (88)
18. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
19. Ricky Cervantes (41)
20. Sonic the Hedgehog (11)
21. Ash Ketchum (8)
22. Todd Daring (2)
23. Randy Cunningham (1)
24. Abigail Lincoln (5)
25. Nigel Uno (98)
26. Jimmy Neutron (67)
27. Manny Rivera (25)
28. Tai Kamiya (77)
29. Eli Shane (4)
30. Tommy Turnbull (18)
31. Guy Hamdon (19)
32. Wyatt Williams (24)
33. Will Vandom (91)


Track Specs:

Track Description: 1 mile oval
Turns: 4
Distance: 250 laps/miles

Race Conditions:

Air Temp.: 80 degrees
Track Temp.: 102 degrees
Weather: Sunny and clear, no chance of rain
Green Flag Time: 8:14 PM

NBCSN?

Announcer: The NBC Sports Network welcomes you to the following presentation of the Verizon IndyCar Series.


Rick Allen (voiceover): Last time the Verizon IndyCar Series was at Phoenix, the Black Eyed Peas were at the top of the charts and George W. Bush was the President of the United States. Tonight, we're back in the Valley of the Sun for the 2nd race of 2016 and the fans are glad we came! The Verizon IndyCar Series TOYOTA INDY 250 from Phoenix IS NEXT ON NBCSN!


(Metallica - Fuel instrumental)

INDYCAR ON NBC


Rick Allen: NBC Sports presents.....THE VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES! Tonight, it's the TOYOTA INDY 250, live from the Phoenix International Raceway in Arizona! Some call it the Jewel in the Desert, some call it Rattlesnake Hill. To the IndyCar Series, it's a return. For the first time since 2006, the Verizon IndyCar Series is racing here at the Phoenix International Raceway as the 2016 season kicks into high gear. And hello, everyone. Alongside Townsend Bell and Paul Tracy, I'm Rick Allen, thanks for having us in for the race. This, of course, is the first time the IndyCar Series has seen this track since 2006. A lot has happened over the past decade. What should we expect from the race tonight?

Townsend Bell: First off, the track has been repaved since we were here last. There's a lot more asphalt on the apron, a lot more track to cover. We're gonna see a lot of passing on the apron and some daring moves by these drivers tonight.

Paul Tracy: TB, you mentioned daring moves on the apron. That's about what we'll see here. You'll see 3, 4, even 5 wide here. We're gonna be seeing that for 250 laps and often times, it doesn't work, leading to some spectacular wrecks.

Rick Allen: Getting set to roll for 250 miles here at Phoenix. Let's head down trackside.


Track Announcer: Phoenix race fans, ARE YOU READY?! Please welcome our grand marshal, Hall Of Fame head coach for your Phoenix Suns, JEFF HORNACEK!

Jeff Hornacek: Phoenix, help me out! DRIVERS! START! YOUR! ENGINES!


(33 900 horsepower engines fire up)


Rick Allen: Engines have fired and we are set to go for 250 miles here at Phoenix. We take a look at our Toyota starting grid:


1. Ben Tennyson (10)
2. Dipper Pines (3)
3. Tommy Pickles (20)
4. Serena Tsukino (7)
5. Ish Taylor (14)
6. Timmy Turner (43)
7. Tom Majors (29)
8. Jonesy Garcia (63)
9. Arnold Shortman (6)
10. Phineas Flynn (15)
11. Marco Diaz (22)
12. Ferb Fletcher (32)
13. Ashoka Tano (83)
14. Dan Kuso (9)
15. Otto Rocket (26)
16. Becky Botsford (27)
17. Ashley Armbruster (88)
18. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
19. Ricky Cervantes (41)
20. Sonic the Hedgehog (11)
21. Ash Ketchum (8)
22. Todd Daring (2)
23. Randy Cunningham (1)
24. Abigail Lincoln (5)
25. Nigel Uno (98)
26. Jimmy Neutron (67)
27. Manny Rivera (25)
28. Tai Kamiya (77)
29. Eli Shane (4)
30. Tommy Turnbull (18)
31. Guy Hamdon (19)
32. Wyatt Williams (24)
33. Will Vandom (91)


Race Rundown:

Distance: 250 laps/250 miles
Pit Window: 72-76 laps
Pit Road Speed: 45 MPH

Townsend Bell: Look for Dipper Pines to get the jump on Ben Tennyson going down into turn 1 as there's only one groove heading into turn 1.

Paul Tracy: And they are side by side, they are close! Coming to green, Rick!

Rick Allen: GREEN FLAG'S IN THE AIR, WE'RE OVAL RACING IN THE VERIZON INDYCAR SERIES! Dipper Pines does get the jump on Ben Tennyson, he has the lead off of turn 2, Tennyson stayed on the outside, slides into 2nd as they head for the dogleg in the backstretch!

Paul Tracy: And look at Raimundo Pedrosa coming from 18th, already up to 11th! What a move by that yellow 28 car, the DHL car.

Rick Allen: And Tennyson was peeking to the outside of Pines heading into 1, but it's 2 wide off of turn 4!

Townsend Bell: Big packs of racing in the back, almost 3 wide there....

Rick Allen: They're 3 wide into turn 1!

Paul Tracy: I think Raimundo Pedrosa just demonstrated to the field that you can run 3 wide here at Phoenix. That was a Milwaukee move there, Townsend. You see that a lot at Milwaukee.

Rick Allen: Dipper Pines was able to dominate and win the season opener on the streets of St. Petersburg. He's led the first 12 laps so far here in Phoenix, holding off Ben Tennyson. You're watching NBC Sports' coverage of IndyCar, brought to you by....

Steak 'n Shake, home of the original Steakburger - proud sponsor of the #15 car and Phineas Flynn.


(Lap 50 - Caution 1)


Rick Allen: And we have a spin! Looks like Guy Hamdon in the 19 car and it is.

Townsend Bell: Hopefully, he didn't hit anything.

Rick Allen: Hamdon is around and the first caution is out!

Paul Tracy: We'll give you an angle here. On board with Dipper Pines, chasing down Hamdon. Pines is on fresh tires, just shows how much faster you are on fresh rubber, Hamdon gets up into the grey and just loses control.

Townsend Bell: Shows you how good Pines is because he was up there with a flat tire and didn't lose control of his car.

Rick Allen: Our first caution coming out for the Australian, Guy Hamdon. Everyone tucking in behind Dipper Pines as the field ducks onto pit lane! Marty Snider?


Marty Snider: Rick, first to act on pit lane is Marco Diaz. He took a grid penalty and had to start from the rear because of his altercation with Dan Kuso last time out in St. Petersburg. Crew chief Jackie Thomas is with him this week as she appeals her suspension. That will be heard Tuesday in Indianapolis. 4 tires and fuel for the 22 and Diaz is away. Kelli Stavast?

Kelli Stavast: One thing that concerned Ash Ketchum was oversteer at the start of the run and understeer at the end of the run. Very loose towards the tail end of that run for Ash Ketchum, he's away! Kevin Lee?

Kevin Lee: Raimundo Pedrosa will pit from the 2nd position, Kelli. Stark contrast to the 8 of Ketchum, Pedrosa was very tight towards the end of that first run, 4 tires and fuel for the 28 and Pedrosa's away! He'll win the race off pit road!


Top 10:

1. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
2. Dipper Pines (3)
3. Ben Tennyson (10)
4. Ash Ketchum (8)
5. Dan Kuso (9)
6. Marco Diaz (22)
7. Serena Tsukino (7)
8. Will Vandom (91)
9. Otto Rocket (26)
10. Ashley Armbruster (88)


(RESTART: Lap 65 - 15 caution laps)


Rick Allen: Watch tonight's IndyCar race live on NBCSports.com or on mobile and tablets with NBC Sports Live Extra. Under our first caution as the sun sets in the desert here at Phoenix International Raceway. Nice pit stop for Raimundo Pedrosa, he's now in the lead. Dipper Pines runs 2nd, Ben Tennyson 3rd, Ash Ketchum 4th and the big winner on that exchange was Dan Kuso, went from 11th to 5th on that round of stops. Speaking of our race leader, just watch the move he pulled on the initial start!

Paul Tracy: He chose the outside line, I mean the way outside line, there's no outside line here going by practice yesterday. Just took a blind leap of faith and made a daring move, gained 7 positions on that first lap right there. Excellent and risky move by the Brazilian. He took a gamble and it paid off. Watch the run he gets off of turn 2!

Townsend Bell: Just showed team owner Michael Andretti that he's not just a road racing expert, that he can handle himself on oval tracks too.


Biggest Movers:

Marco Diaz (22) - 33rd to 6th (+27)
Will Vandom (91) - 32nd to 8th (+24)
Ash Ketcum (8) - 21st to 4th (+17)
Raimundo Pedrosa (28) - 18th to 1st (+17)


Rick Allen: Out front - Pedrosa, Pines, Tennyson, Ketchum, Kuso - your top 5. Then it's Diaz, Tsukino, Vandom, Otto Rocket and Ashley Armbruster rounding out the top 10. Coming out of turn 4.....GREEN FLAG BACK IN THE AIR! This time, it's Diaz with the daring move, almost took out Dan Kuso again!

Townsend Bell: Dan Kuso wisely backed off the throttle to let Marco Diaz in the 22 by. Diaz started 33rd, he's taken a 3 off that starting position, now up to 3rd, 3 wide behind Dan Kuso in the 9!

Paul Tracy: Pedrosa and Diaz are simply putting on a clinic....

Rick Allen: How to pass on starts and restarts.


(Lap 121 - Caution 2)


Rick Allen: Becky Botsford in the 27 slow off of turn 4, looks like she might have had a tire go down.....and the caution comes out! We saw some drivers duck onto the pit lane, those drivers are now gonna be caught a lap down.

Townsend Bell: For sure, Rick. You'll go a lap down easily here. Sometimes, you'll go 2 or 3 laps down. You see the right rear is damaged, Botsford slapped the fence pretty hard.

Rick Allen: Damage to the right rear, 2nd time that the caution has come out here in Phoenix. 2nd time this weekend we've seen the 27 of Becky Botsford with damage. Yesterday in practice, she backed it into the outside wall in turn 2, destroyed the right front side. Tonight, blown right rear tire for the 27.

Townsend Bell: And remember, green flag pit stops on a short oval really puts a premium on how quickly you can run around the apron on cold tires and full fuel. If you push it too much, it can bite you.

Rick Allen: Brazilian Raimundo Pedrosa out in front of the field here in Phoenix, first time out front for him in the Verizon IndyCar Series.


(RESTART: Lap 133 - 12 caution laps)


Rick Allen: What a beautiful sight as we are under the lights here in the Valley of the Sun at Phoenix International Raceway. For some updates about what's gone on with our most recent caution, we start with Marty Snider.


Marty Snider: Good news, bad news for Team Penske tonight, Rick. Good news - 3 of their drivers are in the top 10. Bad news, their 4th driver, Todd Daring, has had some tire issues. However, the pit crews for all 4 teams have gained a total of 44 positions on pit lane. Kelli Stavast?

Kelli Stavast: The attitude here in the 10 camp is overwhelmingly positive, Marty. Ben Tennyson sits 4th right now, though they did have some issues with the right side tires on that last pit stop. Good news is that they lost just the 1 position. BT just jumped on the radio trying to calm his team down, telling them that it was just 1 position and that this track is just his style. Kevin Lee?

Kevin Lee: Kelli, we saw the issues Otto Rocket was having with his first stop. He was flirting with the top 5, fell all the way back to 28th, he's up near the top 5 again in the 7th position. Things are turning around for Rocket and the 26 team. He was very fast this weekend, got a very good car and he's got a great chance to win in IndyCar's return to Phoenix.


Rick Allen: 11 of Sonic the Hedgehog coming down pit lane. He was shown the black flag, team asked the officials to show him the black flag. That's because he has no radio communication.

Paul Tracy: Smart move to ask for the black flag to get that radio fixed because you're under yellow and that could cause some major issues if the radio is left unchecked.

Townsend Bell: Hard to operate without a radio on an oval track. It can be done here at Phoenix because there's not that much side-by-side racing. If it happens at a place like Texas....you're in deep trouble.

Rick Allen: Pedrosa, Diaz, Kuso, Flynn and Majors are your top 5 at 133 of 250 laps.....GREEN FLAG BACK IN THE AIR! Side by side through turn 2....

Townsend Bell: THEY TOUCHED!

Rick Allen: AROUND GOES THE 83 OF ASHOKA TANO!

Paul Tracy: I have a feeling that the 18 of Tommy Turnbull got into her. We'll get a look at this through the eyes of Turnbull as we go on board with him. You see Turnbull has the preferred line through 1, Tano tried to fight back and block.....ends up getting turned instead.

Townsend Bell: Great car control by Tano, but an ill-advised move to try and block. She should've let Turnbull through.

Rick Allen: And the stewards have decided that they will assess a penalty to Tommy Turnbull for avoidable contact. Pass-through penalty to the 18 of Turnbull for avoidable contact. Raimundo Pedrosa is leading as the sun has set at Phoenix International Raceway.


TOYOTA INDYCAR 250
After 136 of 250 Laps

1. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
2. Marco Diaz (22)
3. Dan Kuso (9)
4. Phineas Flynn (15)
5. Tom Majors (29)


(RESTART: Lap 142 - 9 caution laps)


Rick Allen: Raimundo Pedrosa continues to lead at 142 of 250 laps, GREEN FLAG BACK IN THE AIR! Let's give those volume dials a workout and give you the SPIRIT OF INDYCAR presented by Verizon!


(Spirit of IndyCar graphic)


(Lap 196 - Caution 4)


Rick Allen: And problems for the 43! Timmy Turner is around in turn 4, bringing out our 4th caution!

Townsend Bell: Rick, this is going to put these drivers well within their window to make it to the end from here.

Rick Allen: 53 laps to go here in Phoenix as the pits open up and we go to Kelli Stavast.


Kelli Stavast: Final stop of the night for Marco Diaz here, Rick. Dan Kuso in the 9 pitting right behind him, 4 tires and fuel for the 22 and he's away! Marty Snider?

Marty Snider: Dan Kuso is in, Kelli. They're gonna make a 4 tire change, fill it full of fuel. Kuso jumped on the radio that last lap telling his crew 'If you can get me out in the top 10, I think we can win this race!', he's away! Dave Burns?

Dave Burns: Raimundo Pedrosa took the lead after the first round of pit stops, he has led ever since. 4 tires and fuel for the 28, another solid pit stop from that bunch and he's gonna win the race off pit lane!


Top 10:

1. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
2. Marco Diaz (22)
3. Dan Kuso (9)
4. Tom Majors (29)
5. Otto Rocket (26)
6. Serena Tsukino (7)
7. Tommy Pickles (20)
8. Randy Cunningham (1)
9. Dipper Pines (3)
10. Phineas Flynn (15)


(RESTART: Lap 209 - 13 caution laps)


Rick Allen: And all in line once again as Raimundo Pedrosa leads them BACK TO THE GREEN FLAG IN PHOENIX!

Paul Tracy: Different approach to the restart as we see guys fan out in the back, look at Todd Daring dirt track it!

Rick Allen: Dave Burns has an update for us. Dave?


Dave Burns: Here with Becky Botsford now. Becky, you knew you had a tire going down, why didn't you duck onto pit road?

Becky: I thought we could hold out until the next caution came out, just never expected us to be the cause of that yellow. Just sucks, Dave. Long Beach is coming up, it's a track that's been good to us and I hope we can pull off a win there.

Dave Burns: Becky Botsford walking off, disappointed after having a blowout here in Phoenix.


(Lap 248 - Caution 5)


Rick Allen: Trouble in turn 3! NIGEL UNO HARD INTO THE WALL AND THE CAUTION COMES OUT!

Townsend Bell: Wow....just amazing how this race turned out!

Paul Tracy: This is gonna be the race right here as you see Raimundo Pedrosa come around and take the white flag.

Rick Allen: No green-white-checker rule in IndyCar, this race will end under yellow. Raimundo Pedrosa, the pride of Rio De Janiero, Brazil....proving that he is a force to be reckoned with in the IndyCar Series! TONIGHT, HE SCORES HIS FIRST INDYCAR WIN! PEDROSA WINS IN THE DESERT!


(28 Team Communications)


Raimundo: We did it, you guys!

Kimiko: Rai, you are a winner in the IndyCar Series!

Raimundo: 2 races in and we get our first win! Not bad! Victory Lane, here we come!



That concludes the Toyota Indy 250 at Phoenix! Here's how they finished:

1. Raimundo Pedrosa (28)
2. Marco Diaz (22)
3. Dan Kuso (9)
4. Tom Majors (29)
5. Dipper Pines (3)
6. Phineas Flynn (15)
7. Tommy Pickles (20)
8. Ash Ketchum (8)
9. Serena Tsukino (7)
10. Ferb Fletcher (32)
11. Otto Rocket (26)
12. Ish Taylor (14)
13. Ben Tennyson (10)
14. Ashley Armbruster (88)
15. Will Vandom (91)
16. Timmy Turner (43)
17. Ricky Cervantes (41)
18. Manny Rivera (25)
19. Arnold Shortman (6)
20. Abigail Lincoln (5)
21. Randy Cunningham (1)
22. Guy Hamdon (19)
23. Jonesy Garcia (63)
24. Sonic the Hedgehog (11)
25. Tai Kamiya (77)
26. Jimmy Neutron (67)
27. Eli Shane (4)
28. Todd Daring (2)
29. Wyatt Williams (24)
30. Tommy Turnbull (18)
31. Nigel Uno (98) (DNF: Accident)
32. Becky Botsford (27) (DNF: Accident)
33. Ashoka Tano (83) (DNF: Engine)


Points (After 2 of 24 races):

1. Raimundo Pedrosa - 87 points
2. Dipper Pines - 85 points
3. Tom Majors - 72 points
4. Tommy Pickles - 58 points
5. Marco Diaz - 56 points
6. Phineas Flynn - 52 points
7. Otto Rocket - 41 points
8. Timmy Turner - 40 points
9. Dan Kuso - 40 points
10. Randy Cunningham - 39 points
11. Ferb Fletcher - 39 points
12. Ben Tennyson - 37 points
13. Serena Tsukino - 36 points
14. Ash Ketchum - 36 points
15. Nigel Uno - 33 points
16. Ashley Armbruster - 31 points
17. Arnold Shortman - 28 points
18. Will Vandom - 28 points
19. Tommy Turnbull - 25 points
20. Ricky Cervantes - 23 points
21. Ish Taylor - 23 points
22. Abigail Lincoln - 19 points
23. Manny Rivera - 17 points
24. Ashoka Tano - 16 points
25. Sonic the Hedghog - 14 points
26. Jonesy Garcia - 14 points
27. Guy Hamdon - 13 points
28. Todd Daring - 11 points
29. Tai Kamiya - 10 points
30. Jimmy Neutron - 10 points
31. Wyatt Williams - 10 points
32. Becky Botsford - 10 points
33. Eli Shane - 10 points


Next Race: TOYOTA GRAND PRIX OF LONG BEACH

SEE YOU IN CALIFORNIA!
Toon IndyCar 2016: TOYOTA INDY 250
IndyCar is back in the Valley of the Sun as we race into the night at Phoenix International Raceway! Tonight, it's race 2 of the season, the TOYOTA INDY 250!
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Here we go with our first short track race of the season, the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway! Who'll survive the Martinsville Madness to lock up a spot in the Chase? Here is how they'll line up for the start:

1. Tristan Taylor (22)
2. Abigail Lincoln (5)
3. Ezra Bridger (14)
4. Ed (27)
5. Jeremy Johnson (31)
6. Ricky Cervantes (47)
7. Joey Wheeler (18)
8. Yugi Moto (11)
9. Timmy Turner (20)
10. Tommy Pickles (24)
11. Atticus Rhodes (2)
12. Tom Majors (21)
13. Arnold Shortman (17)
14. Danny Fenton (16)
15. Nigel Uno (1)
16. Blossom (78)
17. Johnny Test (42)
18. Nikki Wong (13)
19. Edd (4)
20. Phineas Flynn (43)
21. Kim Possible (88)
22. Hank Hill (23)
23. Guy Hamdon (41)
24. Randy Cunningham (48)
25. Dudley Puppy (19)
26. Ferb Fletcher (9)
27. Hunter Steele (95)
28. Ben Tennyson (10)
29. Otto Rocket (3)
30. Ashley Armbruster (15)
31. Marco Diaz (25)
32. Matt Quinlan (6)
33. Sokka (38)
34. Ash Ketchum (7)
35. Stan Smith (83)
36. Katara (34)
37. Adam Lyon (32)
38. Homer Simpson (26)
39. Raimundo Pedrosa (30)
40. Dipper Pines (55)
41. Aang (35)
42. Eli Shane (29)
43. Riley Anderson (93)


Race Conditions:

Air Temp.: 74 degrees
Track Temp.: 99 degrees
Weather: Sunny and Clear, no chance of rain.
Green Flag Time: 1:32 PM

FOX Sports 1?


(Social Distortion - Ring of Fire)


Announcer: Welcome to the ring of fire - MARTINSVILLE.....a track where danger looms around every corner, where one wrong move can put you into the wall. A track whose cramped corners make for tight racing from start to finish. Old, worn out....but hasn't lost a beat. NASCAR invades Martinsville.....NEXT!


STP 500
MARTINSVILLE SPEEDWAY - MARTINSVILLE, VA


Mike Joy: And we are here at the Ring of Fire, the Martinsville Speedway in Virginia, our first short track race of the 2016 season - the STP 500! And for the first time this season, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will take the green flag on FOX SPORTS 1! Hi again, everyone. Alongside 1989 Daytona 500 champion Darrell Waltrip and 4 time series champion Jeff Gordon, I'm Mike Joy. Welcome to Martinsville. Between Jeff and DW, there are 20 Martinsville victories. You both know what it takes to win here.

DW: The big key here is the brakes. You'll be on them 1,000 times over the course of 500 laps. Don't overwork them, they'll overheat pretty easily. Take care of your brakes and they'll take care of you.

Jeff Gordon: One thing that really killed me here in my early runs here was just escaping the mayhem! This is the shortest track we run on the circuit at just over half a mile long, it's a tight space which makes for some serious bumping and banging, and that leads to wrecks upon wrecks. What have we always said, DW?

DW: Cautions breed cautions.

Mike Joy: And they are bred in quick succession here in Martinsville. Ready to go for 500 laps at the Paperclip. Let's head down trackside.


Track Announcer: Race fans, it's time for the most famous words in motorsports! Please welcome our grand marshal, star of the hit CBS series 'Criminal Minds', AJ COOK!

AJ Cook: DRIVERS! START! YOUR! ENGINES!


(43 850 horsepower engines fire up)


Mike Joy: Set to go racing for 500 laps at Martinsville. We take a look at our STP starting grid:


1. Tristan Taylor (22)
2. Abigail Lincoln (5)
3. Ezra Bridger (14)
4. Ed (27)
5. Jeremy Johnson (31)
6. Ricky Cervantes (47)
7. Joey Wheeler (18)
8. Yugi Moto (11)
9. Timmy Turner (20)
10. Tommy Pickles (24)
11. Atticus Rhodes (2)
12. Tom Majors (21)
13. Arnold Shortman (17)
14. Danny Fenton (16)
15. Nigel Uno (1)
16. Blossom (78)
17. Johnny Test (42)
18. Nikki Wong (13)
19. Edd (4)
20. Phineas Flynn (43)
21. Kim Possible (88)
22. Hank Hill (23)
23. Guy Hamdon (41)
24. Randy Cunningham (48)
25. Dudley Puppy (19)
26. Ferb Fletcher (9)
27. Hunter Steele (95)
28. Ben Tennyson (10)
29. Otto Rocket (3)
30. Ashley Armbruster (15)
31. Marco Diaz (25)
32. Matt Quinlan (6)
33. Sokka (38)
34. Ash Ketchum (7)
35. Stan Smith (83)
36. Katara (34)
37. Adam Lyon (32)
38. Homer Simpson (26)
39. Raimundo Pedrosa (30)
40. Dipper Pines (55)
41. Aang (35)
42. Eli Shane (29)
43. Riley Anderson (93)


VISA Race Rundown:

Distance: 500 laps/263 miles
Pit Road Speed: 35 MPH
Pit Window: 110-120 laps


Jeff Gordon: DW, there are 20 Martinsville wins, 20 Ridgeway grandfather clocks between us, let's REACH UP THERE AND PULL THOSE BELTS TIGHT ONE MORE TIME!

DW: First short track race of 2016, coming out of turn 4, here they come.....BOOGITY, BOOGITY, BOOGITY! LET'S GO SHORT TRACK RACIN', BOYS!

Mike Joy: Strong start for Tristan Taylor as he leads lap 1 from Abigail Lincoln in the 5 and Ezra Bridger in the 14!

Jeff Gordon: Tommy Pickles and Tom Majors battling for the 8th spot through turn 2....

DW: Pickles getting into that single-file line, getting the heck out of dodge there....

Jeff Gordon: 88's around!

Mike Joy: Kim Possible gets turned sideways in turn 4....there's a caution! Our first one of the afternoon, coming out here just 4 laps in to the STP 500.


(RESTART: Lap 10 - 6 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Kim Possible got nailed for pitting too soon, she'll restart tail end of the field for this restart. GREEN FLAG!

Jeff Gordon: Ricky Cervantes in the 5th position wanted that inside line, but Joey Wheeler said 'No dice, rookie! I'm not letting you get down low!' Now he's getting freight trained!

DW: And that's never a good sign on a short track. You get kicked up to the high side, all of a sudden, you're back 14th or 15th position.

Mike Joy: Let's get a Nationwide Kim Possible Performance Update. On board with Kim Possible.....

Jeff Gordon: Right now, she's sitting 40th, a lap down. Got spun by the 23 earlier, now she's banking on a caution coming out so she can get back on the lead lap.


(Lap 90 - Caution 2)


Mike Joy: CRASH IN TURN 3!

DW: Arnold Shortman in the 17 and Homer Simpson in the 26 getting tangled up there....

Jeff Gordon: Caution is out.

DW: I have to wonder if the 17 got loose or lost a tire, 26 tried to avoid him, just had nowhere to go.

Mike Joy: Pits are open this time and here they come! We start with Matt Yocum.


Matt Yocum: Mike, Kim Possible has battled all the way back from 40th, got her lap back the hard way, she's 16th now, 4 tires and fuel for the 88 and she's away! Vince Welch?

Vince Welch: Tom Majors will pit from the 9th position in his first Martinsville race. He struggled in practice, only posting a time that was 26th quick, he's bettered that here. 4 tire change and fuel for the 21 and he's away! Jamie Little?

Jamie Little: Tristan Taylor slides though his pit stall! That'll cost him some time! Now service beginning for the 22, 4 tires and fuel for our pole sitter, he's away and a costly mistake on the part of Tristan Taylor, lost 4 positions on pit lane.


Top 10:

1. Joey Wheeler (18)
2. Otto Rocket (3)
3. Marco Diaz (25)
4. Tommy Pickles (24)
5. Tristan Taylor (22)
6. Tom Majors (21)
7. Kim Possible (88)
8. Ezra Bridger (14)
9. Edd (4)
10. Randy Cunningham (48)


(RESTART: Lap 97 - 7 caution laps)


Mike Joy: 97 laps down here in Martinsville, Joey Wheeler and Otto Rocket lead them down to the restart, GREEN FLAG IN THE AIR! Let's CRANK IT UP, short track style!


(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 221 - Caution 3)


Mike Joy: And one of the favorites today, Yugi Moto, into the turn 1 wall!

Jeff Gordon: He was running 5th, had a good run going for him, caution is out.


(11 Team Communications)


Yugi: Sorry, guys. I never wheel-hopped here.



(RESTART: Lap 229 - 8 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Turner, Wheeler, Cunningham, Edd, Pickles lead them down to the restart at 229 of 500 laps here in Martinsville....GREEN FLAG!

Jeff Gordon: Look out! Johnny Test in the 42 trying to pull off a move! Daring maneuver by the young Johnny Test!

DW: Playin' a little thread the needle, that almost never works here, but Test somehow finds a way to make it work! Nice move!

Mike Joy: 42 car up to 3rd after restarting 8th! Chris Neville has an update for us. Chris?


Chris Neville: Yugi Moto just checked and released from the infield care center. Yugi, what happened there?


Yugi: I was heading into turn 1 and I did something I never do here. I wheel-hopped the car, cut down a right-rear tire and lost control of my car. Next thing I know, I'm in the turn 1 wall. Not the way I wanted to end the day here in Martinsville. Here's hoping Texas is good to us and we can get into the Chase with a win there.


Chris Neville: Yugi Moto disappointed after backing his car into the fence here in Martinsville.


(Lap 312 - Caution 4)


Mike Joy: As you saw in the side-by-side, caution out for the 4th time today as Blossom pushes Raimundo Pedrosa into the wall out near turn 3, pits are open and everyone's coming down! They're coming to you first, Jamie Little!


Jamie Little: Danny Fenton will pit from the 6th position, Mike. He has never won at Martinsville, he's looking to change that here. 4 tires and fuel for the 16 and he's away! Vince Welch?

Vince Welch: Dipper Pines will hit pit lane out of the 15th position, Jamie. 4 tire change for the 55 and he's away! Matt Yocum?

Matt Yocum: Joey Wheeler is in from the lead, 4 tires and fuel for the 18 and he's away!


Top 10:

1. Timmy Turner (20)
2. Joey Wheeler (18)
3. Edd (4)
4. Randy Cunningham (48)
5. Ricky Cervantes (47)
6. Atticus Rhodes (2)
7. Johnny Test (42)
8. Tristan Taylor (22)
9. Guy Hamdon (41)
10. Ezra Bridger (14)


(RESTART: Lap 321 - 9 caution laps)


Mike Joy: 179 laps to go as the Gibbs duo of Turner and Wheeler lead them down to the restart and we CRANK IT UP!


(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 483 - Caution 5)


Mike Joy: Nigel Uno slow in turn 3....

Jeff Gordon: Here we go! Eli Shane slides into the 1! Ash Ketchum is there with him!

DW: Oh my god! That's a Martinsville wreck right there!

Mike Joy: Just our 5th yellow of the day, comes out here with 17 laps to go in the STP 500 and look who's leading....

Jeff Gordon: The STP car, Phineas Flynn!


(RESTART: Lap 494 - 11 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Wheeler, Shortman, Cervantes, Pickles and Turner, your top 5 with SIX LAPS TO GO IN MARTINSVILLE! GREEN FLAG!

Jeff Gordon: Here we go! Battle for the lead!

DW: 3 wide, Jeff! Wheeler in the 18, Arnold Shortman in the 17, Ricky Cervantes - 47....someone's gotta give here! This track's too narrow to be going 3 wide!

Mike Joy: No advantage! Wheeler still with the lead, 4 LAPS TO GO!

Jeff Gordon: This 3 wide racing has brought the 24 of Tommy Pickles, 16 of Danny Fenton and the 25 of Marco Diaz right to this first group! 

Mike Joy: I think they might have heard you! Arnold Shortman to the front as they come to the white flag! FINAL LAP AT MARTINSVILLE! Last ditch attempt from Wheeler! Can he get by the 17? He....can't! Arnold won his first career race last year in the state of Virginia, he'll come back from 3 laps down and win his 2nd career race this year in Virginia! ARNOLD SHORTMAN WINS AT MARTINSVILLE!


(17 Team Communications)


Arnold: YES! Welcome to the Chase, guys!

Gerald: Boy, I don't know how you did it, but you pulled a win out of your hat, Arnold! You are a bold kid.


That concludes the STP 500 at Martinsville! Here's how they finished:


1. Arnold Shortman (17)
2. Joey Wheeler (18)
3. Ricky Cervantes (47)
4. Tommy Pickles (24)
5. Danny Fenton (16)
6. Marco Diaz (25)
7. Timmy Turner (20)
8. Phineas Flynn (43)
9. Tom Majors (21)
10. Otto Rocket (3)
11. Matt Quinlan (6)
12. Ezra Bridger (14)
13. Dudley Puppy (19)
14. Ashley Armbruster (15)
15. Atticus Rhodes (2)
16. Tristan Taylor (22)
17. Kim Possible (88)
18. Randy Cunningham (48)
19. Johnny Test (42)
20. Blossom (78)
21. Edd (4)
22. Guy Hamdon (41)
23. Jeremy Johnson (31)
24. Ed (27)
25. Ben Tennyson (10)
26. Nikki Wong (13)
27. Ferb Fletcher (9)
28. Abigail Lincoln (5)
29. Dipper Pines (55)
30. Hunter Steele (95)
31. Adam Lyon (32)
32. Aang (35)
33. Riley Anderson (93)
34. Hank Hill (23)
35. Katara (34)
36. Sokka (38)
37. Stan Smith (83)
38. Nigel Uno (1) (DNF: Accident)
39. Ash Ketchum (7) (DNF: Accident)
40. Eli Shane (29) (DNF: Accident)
41. Raimundo Pedrosa (30) (DNF: Accident)
42. Yugi Moto (11) (DNF: Accident)
43. Homer Simpson (26) (DNF: Accident)


Points (after 6 of 36 races):

1. Tommy Pickles - 242 points
2. Tom Majors - 241 points (1 win)
3. Otto Rocket - 239 points (1 win)
4. Marco Diaz - 220 points (1 win)
5. Timmy Turner - 205 points
6. Joey Wheeler - 203 points
7. Atticus Rhodes - 200 points (1 win)
8. Edd - 189 points
9. Kick Buttowski - 184 points
10. Phineas Flynn - 181 points
11. Danny Fenton - 176 points
12. Ashley Armbruster - 173 points
13. Dudley Puppy - 172 points (1 win)
14. Randy Cunningham - 171 points
15. Tristan Taylor - 167 points
16. Arnold Shortman - 165 points (1 win)
17. Kim Possible - 163 points
18. Jeremy Johnson - 163 points
19. Dipper Pines - 141 points
20. Abigail Lincoln - 130 points
21. Matt Quinlan - 128 points
22. Yugi Moto - 123 points
23. Blossom - 123 points
24. Ricky Cervantes - 121 points
25. Johnny Test - 121 points
26. Riley Anderson - 118 points
27. Ben Tennyson - 113 points
28. Guy Hamdon - 102 points
29. Ed - 102 points
30. Ferb Fletcher - 101 points
31. Hunter Steele - 93 points
32. Nigel Uno - 93 points
33. Nikki Wong - 80 points
34. Eli Shane - 76 points
35. Raimundo Pedrosa - 75 points
36. Aang - 73 points
37. Hank Hill - 69 points
38. Ash Ketchum - 63 points
39. Adam Lyon - 55 points
40. Sokka - 53 points
41. Stan Smith - 51 points
42. Katara - 47 points
43. Homer Simpson - 33 points


Next Race: DUCK COMMANDER 500

SEE YOU IN TEXAS, PARTNERS!
NASCAR Toon Cup 2016: STP 500
For the first time this year, we're going short track racing as we go green at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia! Who'll survive the mayhem to claim that Ridgeway grandfather clock? We'll find out in the STP 500!
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It's been a fantastic 2015-16 season for Toon NHL filled with surprise upsets, spectacular goals, epic collapses and Cinderella stories. But it's all come to a close. Now it's time to look at the final standings and playoff matchups:

Eastern Conference:

Metropolitan Division

New Jersey Devils: 54-21-7 (115 points)
New York Islanders: 50-22-8 (108 points)
Philadelphia Flyers: 46-26-10 (102 points)
Washington Capitals: 45-29-8 (98 points)
Pittsburgh Penguins: 45-29-8 (98 points)
New York Rangers: 40-29-13 (93 points)
Carolina Hurricanes: 34-36-12 (78 points)
Columbus Blue Jackets: 28-40-14 (64 points)

Atlantic Division:

Florida Panthers: 50-27-5 (105 points)
Boston Bruins: 46-24-12 (104 points)
Buffalo Sabers: 45-30-7 (97 points)
Detroit Red Wings: 45-30-7 (97 points)
Tampa Bay Lightning: 41-32-9 (91 points)
Ottawa Senators: 39-34-9 (87 points)
Montreal Canadiens: 36-38-8 (80 points)
Toronto Maple Leafs: 34-36-12 (80 points) 


Western Conference:

Pacific Division:

San Jose Sharks: 68-10-4 (140 points) [PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WINNERS]
Los Angeles Kings: 52-22-8 (112 points)
Calgary Flames: 48-28-6 (102 points)
Edmonton Oilers: 44-28-10 (98 points)
Anaheim Ducks: 43-32-7 (93 points)
Vancouver Canucks: 37-38-7 (81 points)
Phoenix Coyotes: 26-44-12 (64 points)

Central Division:

Minnesota Wild: 53-22-7 (113 points)
Chicago Blackhawks: 50-26-6 (106 points)
Colorado Avalanche: 50-27-5 (105 points)
St. Louis Blues: 48-25-9 (105 points)
Winnipeg Jets: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Dallas Stars: 40-28-14 (94 points)
Nashville Predators: 34-38-10 (78 points)

Eastern Conference:

(1) Devils vs. (8) Red Wings

Game 1: 4/13 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/15 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/17 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/19 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/21 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(2) Islanders vs. (7) Capitals

Game 1: 4/13 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/15 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/17 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/19 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/21 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

(3) Flyers vs. (6) Sabers

Game 1: 4/14 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/16 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/18 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/20 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/22 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(4) Panthers vs. (5) Bruins

Game 1: 4/14 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/16 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/18 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/20 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/22 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

Western Conference:

(1) Sharks vs. (8) Oilers

Game 1: 4/13 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/15 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/17 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/19 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/21 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(2) Wild vs. (7) Blues

Game 1: 4/13 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/15 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/17 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/19 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/21 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

(3) Kings vs. (6) Flames

Game 1: 4/14 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/16 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/18 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/20 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/22 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(4) Blackhawks vs. (5) Avalanche

Game 1: 4/14 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/16 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/18 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/20 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/22 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

Let the Quest for the Stanley Cup begin!

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Got another side story for you! This one takes place immediately following the Auto Club 400 at Fontana, which was won by Team Penske's new star driver, Atticus Rhodes. However, we'll be focusing on Atticus's crew chief and spotter - Jaden Yuki and Alexis Rhodes - who also happen to be his best friend and his sister. We see Jaden outside the team trailer in his swim trunks, walking towards the pool....looking for someone.

Jaden: Alexis? Alexis? Where are you, Lex?

The spirit of his Winged Kuriboh appeared beside him, trying to tell him something in 'Kuriboh-ese'.

Winged Kuriboh: KURI! KURI! (Translation: This is odd, even for Alexis, Jaden.)

Jaden: Uh-huh. It's not like her to run off like that, Kuriboh.

Right then, Jaden's phone buzzed. It was a text from Alexis. He took out his Droid and began to read....


Jaden, I've got a special surprise just 4 u!

Love ya, babe!

Alexis (aka the Topanga to your Cory)


How Alexis knew he was a 'Boy Meets World' fan was beyond him. But nevertheless, Jaden waited in the water when he felt light pressure on his ankles. He didn't know what kind of denizen from the deep was there and wasn't going to stay to find out. He attempted to jump out before he was turned into a Martinsville Hot Dog one week ahead of schedule, but the mystery creature jumped him, grabbing his back. Jaden turned his head to catch a glimpse of what was following him. He didn't see much, except a flash of gold, almost solid gold. It was then that he found out whose arms were wrapping around him.

Jaden: Wait a second.....ALEXIS?

Jaden felt like smacking himself silly for not recognizing his own girlfriend immediately. He felt like he was the worst boyfriend in the world, when in reality, Alexis just played the best prank ever, maybe even the prank of the century, on him.

Alexis: Aw! I hope I didn't scare you, Jaden!

Jaden: Not at all, Lex. 


Just thinking about being all alone in the pool with Alexis made Jaden check her out. Man, she looked hot! She wore a black and gold bikini, reminiscent of Rusty Wallace's Miller Genuine Draft paint scheme from the 1990s, which held her breasts perfectly, making Jaden want to bang her right then and there.

Alexis: Well, don't just stand there.....KISS ME, JADEN!

Jaden hardly thought about it. He grabbed her waist, pulled her close and their lips collided in a way that drove them wild. Unlike their kisses at Duel Academy, they both let their tongues touch, driving them into each other's mouth. It wasn't enough for Jaden as he let his tongue intertwine with Alexis's and in turn, she hugged him harder than she ever did before.

Jaden then moved his hand towards Alexis's back, looking for the knot holding her bikini on.

Alexis: The middle one, babe.

Jaden found the middle knot and untied it with one pull of the string. Then his hands drifted to her front, moving under her arms and touching the sides of her breasts, making her moan in pleasure.

Alexis: I want this, Jaden. I really do. Question is - are you ready for this? I am, I have been since we first met at Duel Academy. But are you really ready, Jaden?

Jaden didn't even need to consider this one. He loved Alexis with all his heart. Sure he was nervous, but he had to think that Alexis was the same way. No girl could ever be like Alexis. He was ready for her.

Jaden: I am, Alexis. I need to know....do you love me, Alexis Sierra Rhodes?

Alexis: Of course I love you, Jaden Spencer Yuki! I didn't know it at first, but now I do. I truly, deeply, sincerely love you.

Jaden: Will you be my girl, Alexis?

She had been holding it in ever since they started at Duel Academy, but it was that one question that made Alexis lose it. She burst into tears of joy and hugged Jaden, wanting him to hold her and never let her go.

Alexis: Oh, Jaden! Yes, Jaden! I will be your girl!

Jaden snuggled and kissed her hard on the lips.....

Jaden: You're the most beautiful girl I've ever met. I promise that I'll ask you to marry me, Alexis Sierra Rhodes.

Alexis: I'm gonna hold you to that, Jaden!


Jaden then turned to Alexis, looked her in her chocolate brown eyes and kissed her. Alexis kissed Jaden back with all the passion she had. Her hands wrapped around his neck and pulled him to her level while he pulled her closer to him.

Alexis pulled back for a moment, getting a confused look from Jaden. This gave Alexis the opening she needed to push him to the side of the pool and collide their lips once more. Jaden loved this. To him, it was incredible to have Alexis take control, to have her strip him.

Jaden caressed Alexis's back and got a good look at her breasts. They weren't massive and spherical as he had thought. Alexis had a more natural and ovular look to her breasts. Jaden took one of his hands and started playing with her breasts, but unknowingly pinched her nipple too. The motion sent shivers down her spine and she moaned in pleasure.

Jaden then got a pretty odd idea - well, it was odd for him. He took Alexis's breasts in his hands and sucked her right nipple gently, making her moan loudly, begging for more from her lover. Jaden continued suckling her nipple and pinched her left nipple as well.

Alexis was going insane with the pleasure flowing through her body. She didn't mind it, but she felt it unfair that she was getting all of it. She skillfully took off Jaden's swim trunks with her feet, letting him suckle her some more, then pulled back and slid her hand down to his genital area.

Jaden was freaked out about what Alexis would do next. He saw it done before, but now that it was going to happen between him and Alexis, he felt nervous. Alexis looked at Jaden's manhood and poked it, causing him to laugh.

Jaden: Come on, Lex! It won't bite!

Smiling, Alexis took hold of Jaden's manhood and started stroking it. Though she was no sexual expert, Alexis knew that when a guy did that, it felt good. Now that she was doing it to Jaden, it'll make him feel twice as good. She smiled, finally diving into the water and suckling Jaden's manhood. The sensations covered his body, making him feel like he was being shocked by Ash's Pikachu. Soon enough, Alexis had to come up for air.

Jaden: You alright, Alexis?

Alexis nodded and smiled some.

Alexis: Your move again, Jaden. 

Alexis reached down and untied her bikini bottom. Once Jaden saw what was underneath, his mind was boggled. He finally got to see Alexis's naked pussy.

Alexis: I want you to lick it and suck it, Jaden.

Jaden dove into the water, saw his target and began licking and suckling Alexis's pussy much like he did her nipples. Alexis's loud moaning was all the motivation he needed to continue. He then had to come up for air. Something inside Jaden told him that it was time for him and Alexis to finally consummate their relationship. He positioned himself at her opening and waited for the go-ahead.

Jaden: Ready, Lex?

Alexis: Do it, Jaden. I need you NOW!

Alexis cackles to herself as she suddenly pounces on Jaden and starts kissing him fiercely; although startled at first, Jaden quickly relaxes again and lets her kiss him.

It seemed like an eternity in heaven for Jaden and Alexis, with their lips intertwined, their arms wrapped around each other. Jaden soon entered her, pleasure coming from her moans of delight. He slid in and out of her, their love for each other driving him onward. Having Jaden inside her made Alexis feel incredible.

Alexis: Harder, Jaden!

Jaden pulled back, then slammed back in. Her body spasmed in ecstasy, making her scream in pleasure. Jaden increased his speed until he got to the point where he could go no more. Both of them were reaching their peak as Jaden's manhood seemed to get bigger inside Alexis, making her scream for more.

Jaden: Alexis! I'm close!

Alexis: Me too, Jaden!

Jaden had reached his limit, flooding Alexis's waiting womb with his sperm. Alexis came at the same time, covering his manhood with her juices.

Alexis: Oh, Jaden....I love you, Jaden!

Jaden: I love you too, Alexis.

Their intimate parts still connected, Alexis wrapped her arms around Jaden and kissed him. Jaden responded by stroking her long, silky, blonde hair and kissing her back. Jaden then thought for a moment and realized they may be forgetting something.....something important.

Jaden: Aw, man!

Alexis: What is it, Jaden?

Jaden: Atticus is gonna kill me if you get pregnant!

Alexis just smiled, knowing how crazy her older brother is....

Alexis: Knowing Atticus, he was probably waiting for us to hook up. He's probably waiting for us to have kids. I'll be fine, Jaden. Trust me.

Jaden knew better than to distrust his own girlfriend. He could tell by the look on Alexis's face that everything was under control.


That'll do for this side story! The STP 500 is next! SEE YOU AT THE PAPERCLIP!
NASCAR Toon Cup 2016: Duel of Love
Just got a little side story for you after Atticus Rhodes' surprise win at the Auto Club 400.
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BurstFlame24
Michael Nebbia
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It's been a fantastic 2015-16 season for Toon NHL filled with surprise upsets, spectacular goals, epic collapses and Cinderella stories. But it's all come to a close. Now it's time to look at the final standings and playoff matchups:

Eastern Conference:

Metropolitan Division

New Jersey Devils: 54-21-7 (115 points)
New York Islanders: 50-22-8 (108 points)
Philadelphia Flyers: 46-26-10 (102 points)
Washington Capitals: 45-29-8 (98 points)
Pittsburgh Penguins: 45-29-8 (98 points)
New York Rangers: 40-29-13 (93 points)
Carolina Hurricanes: 34-36-12 (78 points)
Columbus Blue Jackets: 28-40-14 (64 points)

Atlantic Division:

Florida Panthers: 50-27-5 (105 points)
Boston Bruins: 46-24-12 (104 points)
Buffalo Sabers: 45-30-7 (97 points)
Detroit Red Wings: 45-30-7 (97 points)
Tampa Bay Lightning: 41-32-9 (91 points)
Ottawa Senators: 39-34-9 (87 points)
Montreal Canadiens: 36-38-8 (80 points)
Toronto Maple Leafs: 34-36-12 (80 points) 


Western Conference:

Pacific Division:

San Jose Sharks: 68-10-4 (140 points) [PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WINNERS]
Los Angeles Kings: 52-22-8 (112 points)
Calgary Flames: 48-28-6 (102 points)
Edmonton Oilers: 44-28-10 (98 points)
Anaheim Ducks: 43-32-7 (93 points)
Vancouver Canucks: 37-38-7 (81 points)
Phoenix Coyotes: 26-44-12 (64 points)

Central Division:

Minnesota Wild: 53-22-7 (113 points)
Chicago Blackhawks: 50-26-6 (106 points)
Colorado Avalanche: 50-27-5 (105 points)
St. Louis Blues: 48-25-9 (105 points)
Winnipeg Jets: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Dallas Stars: 40-28-14 (94 points)
Nashville Predators: 34-38-10 (78 points)

Eastern Conference:

(1) Devils vs. (8) Red Wings

Game 1: 4/13 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/15 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/17 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/19 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/21 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Red Wings - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at NJ - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(2) Islanders vs. (7) Capitals

Game 1: 4/13 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/15 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/17 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/19 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/21 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Capitals - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Islanders - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

(3) Flyers vs. (6) Sabers

Game 1: 4/14 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/16 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/18 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/20 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/22 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Sabers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Flyers - 7 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(4) Panthers vs. (5) Bruins

Game 1: 4/14 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/16 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/18 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/20 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/22 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Bruins - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Panthers - 7 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

Western Conference:

(1) Sharks vs. (8) Oilers

Game 1: 4/13 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/15 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/17 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/19 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/21 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Oilers - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Sharks - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(2) Wild vs. (7) Blues

Game 1: 4/13 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/15 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/17 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/19 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/21 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/23 at Blues - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/25 at Wild - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

(3) Kings vs. (6) Flames

Game 1: 4/14 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC]
Game 2: 4/16 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC]
Game 3: 4/18 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 4: 4/20 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC]
Game 5: 4/22 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Flames - 9:30 PM [ABC] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Kings - 10 PM [ABC] (If necessary)

(4) Blackhawks vs. (5) Avalanche

Game 1: 4/14 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 2: 4/16 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 3: 4/18 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 4: 4/20 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX]
Game 5: 4/22 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 6: 4/24 at Avalanche - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)
Game 7: 4/26 at Blackhawks - 9:30 PM [FOX] (If necessary)

Let the Quest for the Stanley Cup begin!

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Aminazuki26 Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016
Hey man..... i'm sad to say farewell....:
I'm leaving deviantART....
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Sportsguy528 Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2016
Thanks for the watch
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Aminazuki26 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 29, 2016
*sigh* Okay listen up mate, i'm sick and tired of which side is topgeargt86 is on, he's blocked me because he bitched about Audi having 4 entries in the Toon WEC, when I've said in the past, the Top 3 on the podium at Le Mans can have additional entries and about the Voice Actors thing (which if i'm honest work this year since it was the end of Phineas and Ferb but shouldn't be used again), i can't not trust him anymore, unless he unblocks me for heaven's sake, or my series is screwed, if he doesn't and the next race is due, then that's it, i have no option but to name and shame him, he's both poisoned yours and my mind for too long, i'm deeply sorry for the times i felt Diaz was been "Cunt Hogan" or whatever, but i want to say it here and now, as we work together, i be able to write things for you, like Team Radio or even long races, i said before if he blocked me again, that's that, i'm turning to you and you only, your the only one I've trusted my life's work and what i want to do, i mean, heck we could figure an sport that we can meet neutral ground with apart from NASCAR or whatever.

So mate, i'm say this once, and i won't repeat, i call an alliance between you and I from this day forth, we got to stick together *extends an hand*
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BurstFlame24 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
I hate to say it, but TG is what I like to call a 'triple-dipper party-flipper'. He changes sides too often and it's sickening. It's time we put a stop to him for good!
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Aminazuki26 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016
Yeah, you know what, i give him 48 hours to unblock me and apolgise, if he blink out refuses, that's it, we pull the plug
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Aminazuki26 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2016
Hope my ratings was good
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raulamaris Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2016
Burstflame24 this Sunday is Valentines Day so if you can make some of the Valentines Day Toon Game Shows for love Couples from Phineas and Ferb, Rugrats/All Grown Up, Rocket Power and the rest That's my request so if you can do it now or later in a day Thank you have a Happy Valentines Day.
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