This is not a long video, but still manages to define “wait for it.” Here’s a Mario Williams jersey-clad Bills fan making the most of his morning tailgate time with a round of Dizzy Bat that ends in the most wonderful fashion. »
This man — Fan Man — has the most important job in racing right now. It’s hot and humid as balls outside at this test day, and all I’m doing is walking around grabbing some photos. Inside a car probably feels like a sauna when the car is off.
A crowd of fans at Poland’s Rally Rzeszowski got an unpleasant surprise. Driver Łukasz Byśkiniewicz lost control of his car, plowing into a spectator area just off the course. Miraculously, no one was hit as the entire crowd hustled out of the car’s way.
Red flags are a bummer. Having a one-on-one conversation with your favorite driver, not so much. This dude isn’t crazy. He’s smart. (Well, until NASCAR chases him off, whatever.) »
[These fans watching the Lime Rock Tudor United SportsCar race knew how to do it properly. If you’re going to camp out at one corner most of the time, why not plop a couch down in front of one of the more interesting turns?]
Some automotive enthusiasts groups get the good life. OEM factory parts support, publicity, sponsors and even international forums or events. Some others aren’t so lucky.
Tonight's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Richmond went under caution with 70 laps remaining after an idiot Idiot climbed the catch fence to, according to bystanders, take a selfie. ESPN's broadcast didn't want to say much about what happened, so here is some video. »
Sunday evening, Massachusetts police dealt with a NASCAR fan who was so grumpy about his South American neighbor's World Cup celebrations that he called to tell her that she was taking jobs away from Americans. Yes, really. »
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… »
It's probably too late now, but since the Red Sox have won three championships over the past 10 seasons, perhaps this advice will come in handy again in the near future: On the night of a possible World Series clincher, don't park anywhere near Fenway. »
This young man looked upon the grotesque, motorized monsters as they crushed steel and burned fuel, and he wept a single tear. For America. »
"Something's fucked up" is all Danica Patrick could muster after leading much of today's NASCAR Nationwide tour race at Montreal then being knocked out by a mechanical issue after running over a shoe thrown onto the track by a spectator. »
I don't know if memorial car stickers are a thing elsewhere in the country, but they're popular in Florida. People here regularly attach vinyl stickers to their rear windows in tribute to a beloved who has passed away. »
That parking spot is just big enough for a
Citroen VTS, and to actually make it work is that much more challenging in front of a helpful group like this. »
A 21-year-old Detroit Lions fan is dead after running into open traffic and being struck by a city bus outside Ford Field. Here's the full report from Fox-2 Detroit; be sure to focus on how many times they use the phrase "by a bus." »