Today we reached Peak Texas.
Warren Zevon offered up some touching words of advice on The Late Show with David Letterman after being diagnosed with cancer: “Enjoy every sandwich!” Now this advice adorns Haas Formula One driver Esteban Gutiérrez’s steering wheel.
Makes you think.
The Dale Jr. Special of bananas and mayonnaise on white bread has taken on a life of its own. We had a chuckle at the weird combo, and some of us even tried it. The consensus seemed to be “not bad.” (Personally, I think it may just need pork roll.) So, now Junior’s harnessing the power of Thee Sandwich for charity.
In what might possibly the most German thing to have ever happened ever, two Daimler shareholders got into a fight over free sausages at a company meeting today.
Is it possible for a human being of sound mind and body to eat the horrifying banana and mayo “favorite sandwich” of NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.? Watch us find out!
Ferrari Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel likes to name his cars, and this year’s Ferrari is named Margherita, writes Motorsport.com. We don’t care that he was thinking of beautiful Italian women instead of pizza: this makes us pretty hungry anyway.
[Many race tracks have a signature gut-wrecking delicacy, often in tubular meat form. For Martinsville Speedway, it is the “slider” hot dog. Man, that looks tasty. Photo credit: Jason Smith/Getty Images]
I’m talking, of course, about the humble taco. Putting delicious edibles in an easy to hold tortilla is clearly the pinnacle of human invention. Mexican Ferrari test driver Esteban Gutiérrez sat down to teach his teammates key facts about his country (such as “tacos rule”) ahead of the Mexican Grand Prix.
A few months ago I traveled from New York City to Buffalo on a quest for the best chicken wings anywhere. I took a 2015 Lexus RC 350 AWD to get there because I needed something that could gobble up the miles without any drama while being comfortable. The thing is, I didn’t need to go that far. Here’s why.
Do you want to be hungry? Watch this cheating, winning Toyota TS040 Le Mans prototype cook a prettier breakfast than whatever you have in your house.
In honor of IndyCar’s impending return to Road America for 2016, here’s driver James Hinchcliffe from his Atlantic Championship Series days walking around the paddock with a Road America specialty: a bratwurst. We know Simona de Silvestro can drive, but what does she think of the brats?
I’m not sure what’s actually worse for you: the traditional ice-cream-based parfait covered in whipped cream and sprinkles, or this delicious looking mac and cheese creation from Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
This weekend, NASCAR goes to Texas Motor Speedway, where of course, some terrifying state-fair-like concoctions will be on the track menu. Here’s how they plan to kill us slowly this year: chicken wings dipped in bacon queso, then coated in bacon bits and Doritos. I’m surprised Taco Bell hasn’t asked for the recipe.
Unless you're at a place where the trackside specialty is a breakfast sandwich, early morning track food is either nonexistent or a surefire way to get the trots before noon. Why not make your own? Anyone with a stove and a pan can half-asleepedly make the best breakfast in the world: breakfast tacos.
Track food can be a gnarly experience. Here’s a public service announcement on the perils of Martinsville Speedway’s hot dogs. You’ve been warned, NASCAR fans. This will turn the Chase for the Sprint Cup into the Chase for the Nearest Bathroom.
Welcome to race weekend. Paddock food is a meaty and often greasy wonderland of diet-wrecking treats ranging from teams' own gourmet cuisine to E. Coli burgers from a sketchy stand that was probably last given a good clean in the 1950s. Prepare your anus.
It happens to all of us. You're driving down a road and you see a dead opossum on the side. It's innards aren't spilling all over the place and it smells ok. But those fat cats in the government say you can't eat it. Well, Michigan, that could be changing for you.