Chase Elliott ran over a piece of debris that fell off Jeffrey Earnhardt’s car during tonight’s NASCAR Coke 600, causing his car to leak oil and catch on fire. Brad Keselowski was the unlucky driver who had nowhere to go, hitting the back of Elliott’s car so hard that Keselowski’s front end went under the rear of…
Remember the awkward coincidence of NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick being in the television booth when a driver he called a spoon-fed rich kid intentionally wrecked someone under caution? Well, that kid got no fines or penalties for it. Instead, NASCAR served up penalties to drivers whose cars failed inspection.
Why order car parts for the holidays when you can just get the whole car? That’s one impressive freebie if you’re asking Santa for a NASCAR driver!
Brad Keselowski, who you may remember for giving the most NASCAR-appropriate, beer-swilling post victory interview in recent years, is here in the office to play NASCAR Heat Evolution for Xbox One. We have one controller. We have no beer.
Does it get any more American than this? Brad Keselowski celebrated his first-ever win at Daytona International Speedway with the stars and stripes and of course, a massive burnout. Keselowski also gave Team Penske their 100th NASCAR Sprint Cup win as well at Daytona.
Brad Keselowski’s car was held in the pits longer than his crew would have hoped at Pocono Raceway this afternoon thanks to a fender slam by one of his crew members that got caught by NASCAR officials. NASCAR told them to put the fender back, and the crew was just like, “What? No.”
Sometimes going three-wide into a turn doesn’t work out. Tonight at Kansas had one of those times.
Did we watch a NASCAR Sprint Cup race or a demolition derby today at Talladega? With eight laps to go, Matt Kenseth went flying tail-up into a roll, triggering a restart with four laps to go. On the last lap, cars collided into a huge mass once again as Brad Keselowski drove away from the pack to win.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series could see some big championship changes in its future—according to reports from Motorsport.com, a format mimicking the Sprint Cup Series’ Chase is under consideration. As ironic as it is, reports of these talks come during Matt Kenseth’s suspension for intentionally wrecking…
Let’s call the Chase for the Sprint Cup what it is: a playoff. When you’re closing out the season, that’s the worst time to start enforcing rules more strictly. After an unusually strict restart penalty, Brad Keselowski called NASCAR “an entertainment sport” as opposed to a “fair” one, questioning NASCAR’s credibility…
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.
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.
Brad Keselowski seems to have nailed the tweaked rules package for tonight, as he’s been running some of the fastest laps and near the front all night. Unfortunately, he also nailed one of his tire guys, causing him to rejoin in 10th place.
Plenty of NASCAR fans, drivers and crew have their reasons for wanting to take a swing at Brad Keselowski, but what about sending in a Sharknado? As in, a ridiculous made-for-TV tornado full of sharks? If you’ve got a beef with Keselowski, your day has just been made. Look who’s in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
NASCAR Sprint Cup drivers Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano and their Penske team wish this wasn’t the case, as they have a lot of work to do to get the two cars ready to race again from an incident on lap 19. Unfortunately, the race was red flagged for thunderstorms on lap 22, which leaves both teams high and...well,…
NASCAR driver Brad Keselowski's number 2 Team Penske Ford was found with banned modifications to the fenders and side skirts at last weekend's Kobalt 400 race. As a result, Keselowski's crew chief Paul Wolfe has been put on probation for the rest of the year.
USA Today motorsports reporter Jeff Gluck captured this little video where the fan reaction says it all. Fans cheer for Kevin Harvick and Jeff Gordon, but Brad Keselowski? Not so much.
Usually, any crew member who punches a driver ends up looking for a job afterwards. Not so for the crew members of the #5 and #24 cars who threw punches in the fight that included drivers Brad Keselowski, Jeff Gordon and Kevin Harvick. Hendrick Motorsports has their back.
Per NASCAR, it's throwing a punch that crosses the line if you're fighting in the pits after a race. I guess headlocks aren't hardcore enough. Four crew members were hit with fines and suspensions, and their crew chiefs were fined and placed on probation for not properly overseeing their crew.