Tonight’s NASCAR truck race near St. Louis was already running late after a rain delay and several wrecks, but it was one with just seven laps remaining that brought Spencer Gallagher and John Wes Townley to fisticuffs. Rubbin’ (fists) is racin’!
The best thing about this video of a Houston road rage incident—captured by an incredibly calm bystander—is that the whole episode initially resulted in no incident report. As far as the cops knew, it never happened. That’s amazing, given all the criminal acts that take place in it:
In Austin, Texas, honor is taken seriously. As any Austintonian can tell you, traditions are strong. Traditions like the ancient and venerated art of solving mild traffic disputes with a ritualistic bat-and-pole fight, just like these two noble morons did Monday morning, at least according to a Tweeted video of the…
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.
At last night’s Supercross season opener in Anaheim, California, Yahama rider Weston Peick was taken out by Vince Friese and responded... poorly. Use your words, kids.
Rubbin’ is racing, but this shows how far things can go over the line.
On Wednesday, Samer Kalaf typed what may well be his last words.
An argument as to whether NASCAR or IndyCar was better turned sour for one Indiana couple. According to Fox 59, David Wilson was so convinced that NASCAR was the superior series that he allegedly choked his fiancée over it.
Boy, it's a good thing we had a fight to liven things up after such an uninteresting game, eh?
Super Tex, aka AJ Foyt, aka one of America's most successful home grown race car drivers, turns 80 today. Here he is backhanding fellow Indy 500 winner Arie Luyendyk in the face.
When I saw that NASCAR drivers were punching each other in the face with increasing frequency, only one question crossed my mind. How can I, being fat, slow, and dainty, get in on this hot NASCAR-punching action? Well now bookies are placing odds on the fights, so you can put your money where your dreams are.
You've probably never heard of the Autocross o Castro, a small dirt buggy race held over the weekend in northwestern Spain. There is no good reason to keep up with such a low-level event. Here's how things escalated um, whoa, escalated really quickly.
Some things never change, and NASCAR's gonna NASCAR. Brad Keselowski got into a fight with both Denny Hamlin and Matt Kenseth last night at the Bank of America 500. Oh, and Tony Stewart backed into Keselowski for good measure. All of this starting with shenanigans during the cool-down lap.
In a scene that could have been taken from the Attitude Era, Matt Kenseth ambushed Brad Keselowski tonight after tonight's NASCAR Bank of America 500 in Charlotte.
This is Crossroads Speedway, a karting track in, surprise, Florida. Or maybe Oklahoma? It doesn't really matter. What matters is that wherever it is, a pocket of raw chaos just collided with it, causing near record-levels of apeshit as a guy flips a kart with a driver in it, and starts a huge melée.
Holding up traffic is not a good idea. Holding up traffic and standing in the street to beat the living crap out of a rival construction crew is not a good idea. If you want to make that idea even worse, arm everyone with hammers. And only hammers.
While the DeLorean Motor Company made one of the most beautiful cars of all time, with its DMC-12, the company itself was a bit more troubled. And for mentioning those troubles on air, ABC's new sitcom The Goldbergs has incurred the wrath of founder John DeLorean's daughter, Kathryn.