Monster Energy Supercross makes its way to Daytona International Speedway for tonight’s race. The build starts just days after the Daytona 500 and, with the track not set in a stadium like the other races of the season, the layout is always a doozy. Watch the whole thing come together in under a minute.
Before the season began, NASCAR swore they weren’t going to release purse winnings after the races anymore. Then they released the wrong figures for the Daytona 500, and had to release a correction. What?
Dale Earnhardt Jr., one of the favorites to win today’s Daytona 500, took a spin down toward pit road in a late-race wreck on lap 170, just as teammate and pole-sitter Chase Elliott did in the early portions of the race.
With an unpredictable pass and a finish that took it right to the checkered flag, Denny Hamlin took this year’s Daytona 500 win and made history with just how close the finish was.
No, seriously, Jamie Little clearly can’t see John Cena, today’s pace car driver.
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The Daytona 500 is upon us, and it’s far from just another day that you should brush off as a “redneck Christmas.” It’s among the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ biggest events, and arguably one of its best, which means that missing the race shouldn’t be an option. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
A massive wreck in the final laps during the second Can-Am Duel qualifying race on Thursday night took out second-place qualifier Matt Kenseth, forcing him to drop to the back of the field in Sunday’s Daytona 500.
When your team sticks around for 50 years, I suppose you should get Tom Brokaw to narrate a video of all your successes. Team Penske showed over 12 minutes of wonderful old footage of everything from the Indianapolis 500 to V8 Supercars at their fiftieth anniversary celebration, and it does not disappoint.
Usually motor racing broadcasts bore us with unnecessary cutaways to wives and girlfriends, but the Daytona 500 had a duck. The Aflac duck.
Joey Logano took home the win today at one of the most exciting runnings of the Daytona 500, ever.
Kyle Busch found one of the remaining hard barriers on a NASCAR track that isn't covered by an impact absorbing SAFER barrier during today's Xfinity Series race at Daytona. Busch hit the concrete wall inside Turn 1, suffering a right lower leg compound fracture and left mid-foot fracture from the impact.
Sure, if you're used to warmer temperatures, you're going to be downright miserable if temperatures dip anywhere close to freezing outside. To everyone outside Daytona, we're just looking at this news report in awe and wonder. Last night was supposed to dip down to 28. Double digits!
Qualifying for the Daytona 500 is total madness, as drivers actually want to go out last. The guy behind a bunch of other traffic usually posts the fastest time. NASCAR's bizarre group qualifying format where the first qualifying groups can leave the pits as late as they want just caused a huge wreck.
After a bit of a ridiculous start to the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season, we finally have a winner of the Daytona 500, just ten hours after it started. And for the second time, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., is the winner. Congratulations, Dale!
The 2014 Daytona 500 is either suffering from a constant torrential deluge, or already over, depending on who you ask. But you can't keep racing fans down – with the help of copious amounts of alcohol, they tend to find something to do no matter what is going on. Even if that something is just getting soaked in mud.…
Update: See bottom for newest idiots Fox News and ESPN. Today's Daytona 500 is currently in a weather delay, so Fox is airing last year's edition. Many NASCAR fans are incapable of reading the ticker at the bottom of the screen, and are live-tweeting the race out in excitement. Here are some of those dumbasses, as…
Say what you will about NASCAR, but one thing that is beyond a shadow of a doubt is that its flagship race, the Daytona 500, always has racing up until the very end. And now you can watch every single finish from the past 34 years, all in one handy video.