Just over a week ago, NASCAR forgot what it is. A brief moment of confusion led to a lot of not-so-great changes for the series, including an overhaul of the championship formats in both of its top developmental series and a caution clock. A clock. Try to cough that one out. But if NASCAR wants to be like baseball or…
NASCAR is debuting a new set of rule changes in to two of its minor league series this year, and they’re set to put on the kind of cheesy manufactured action that makes daytime soaps look unscripted in comparison.
The reportedly drunk heckler who drew Tony Stewart’s ire at the Chili Bowl nationals last night, prompting the NASCAR star to angrily confront him in the stands is a Tulsa County sheriff’s deputy according to an update today by the Tulsa World.
Multiple videos have turned up showing a guy arguing with NASCAR star Tony Stewart in the stands at the Chili Bowl. Witnesses on Twitter say the gent flipped Stewart off; we only know it’s smart to avoid confrontation with “Smoke” at a dirt track.
It doesn’t get much more American than football and NASCAR, so why not put the two into the same venue? Well, in the only way that’s logistically possible.
At Sunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 race at Talladega Superspeedway, a shady move by one driver caused a domino-effect crash that wiped out half the competitive field. And here I thought people watched NASCAR just praying for a pileup, but the fans are furious about this one.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Theriault sustained a compression fracture in his lower back following a wreck in the Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night, team Brad Keselowski Racing later announced via a press release:
Tonight’s NASCAR truck series race at Las Vegas featured some early, scary fireworks after a head-on crash featuring driver Austin Theriault. The portion of the wall with which Theriault made contact was, according to on-air reports, not protected with a SAFER barrier. Theriault was airlifted to a local hospital by…
Like the changing colors of the leaves, children returning back to school and the three-tailed flying dung-birds returning to roost in Capistrano or something, certain events mark the start of a season. NASCAR’s Chase for the Sprint Cup doesn’t seem official until grown dudes are shoving each other over race cars.
I’m not sure there’s much to say about hitting a parked truck under yellow, so here’s a Days of Thunder reference. Needless to say, NASCAR Sprint Cup racer Michael McDowell has achieved the wrong kind of perfection. Oops.
Yesterday, you may have seen a rabbit on the loose during NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice. In case you missed it, Fox Sports released the hilarious broadcast clip from the bunny delay. If there’s anything you should’ve learned from Monty Python, it’s that rabbits should never be taken lightly.
The extremely dull race known as the 2015 Pure Michigan 400 was a dumpster fire at best. Please send firefighters, and let us never speak of this particular high-downforce rules package again. Thanks in advance.
NASCAR driver Regan Smith was extremely unhappy with Ty Dillon for making contact with the side of his car during today’s Xfinity Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen. So, he went over to have a polite discussion with Mr. Dillon after the ra—haha, who am I kidding? Dude started a fight.
The family of Kevin Ward, Jr., the young man killed during last year’s sprint car race at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, has filed a lawsuit against NASCAR driver Tony Stewart. Stewart’s car struck and killed Ward during a caution period, as Ward had gotten out of his car during a race.
In celebration of that dude finally getting the “smoke weed every day” line right from The Next Episode, or perhaps an NWA biopic coming to theaters (maybe the latter I’m not sure), driver Tomy Drissi will be running a Straight Outta Compton livery on his NASCAR Xfinity series car.
Things could barely have gone worse for Brad Keselowski today at Pocono as his 57th-lap stop turned into carnage, throwing bodies, a jack, and a wheel across the pit lane.
Thankfully, no one was hurt in a rare, but frightening accident where an out-of-control NASCAR race car slammed into the pit wall at Pocono Raceway. Kasey Kahne got loose coming out of turn 3 at the track, spinning into the pit lane itself.
Korbin Forrister is a driver with in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He was also unsponsored at Wednesday’s truck race at Eldora. Being the unmistakable BrIlLiAnT mind that he is, he decided to plaster his truck in ads for a cause dear to his heart. Puppies? Kids with cancer? No! He gave the message of his…
Look at this tight little pass. Look and marvel. This is how Kyle Busch got back on the lead lap after being stuck a lap behind. Busch was on fresh tires, but the leaders were not. Since Busch had more speed, he just threaded right on through and got back on the lead lap.