Another weekend of NASCAR racing is underway, but last weekend's crash at Daytona remains on everyone's minds. Today, NASCAR officials said they are examining the placement of gates that separate the grandstands from the track.
As the 30-odd fans injured in Saturday's NASCAR crash at Daytona continue to recover from their injuries, lawsuits are more than likely on the horizon for the track and the sport's governing body.
A day after Saturday's horrific crash at the Nationwide Series DRIVE4COPD 300, seven people remain hospitalized in stable condition, according to medical officials in Florida.
Claiming copyright infringement, NASCAR officials attempted to pull this race fan's recording of yesterday's DRIVE4COPD 300 crash off YouTube. They were successful, but not for long.
Yesterday's opening NASCAR Nationwide Cup race at the Daytona International Speedway ended with one of the most terrible crashes in recent motorsports history when debris from one of the race cars flew into the stands and injured dozens of fans. Here's everything we know as of this morning.
Danica Patrick crashed in a 12-car pileup in her over-hyped NASCAR debut at today's Nationwide race in Daytona. We may be done with Danica, but that doesn't mean NASCAR is. The hype goes on for the next two Nationwide races.