NASCAR has issued a statement expressing its disappointment with Indiana Governor Mike Pence’s decision to signing the "Religious Freedom Rights Act" into law, an act which could give Indiana businesses the right to refuse service to LGBT customers.
The world outside looks different when you see it through the windows of a police car. And, when you're in one, you can tell the world sure as hell looks differently at you.
Back in November, Kurt Busch's ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll accused him of smashing her head into a motorhome wall three times, and filed for a protection order. The first two days of a hearing regarding the order were held in Kent County (Del.) Family Court in December. According to ESPN, Driscoll testified that…
Madison Bumgarner was given a Chevy truck with "um, you know technology and stuff" for winning the World Series MVP. Considering that Bumgarner once described his offseason as consisting of "Get up, feed animals, eat lunch, play catch with my cousin, feed animals, eat, go to bed," he seems like the kind of guy that…
Information surrounding Saturday night's fatal car crash involving former Titans kicker Rob Bironas is starting to come out, and the story has taken a bizarre turn. According to a report from The Tennessean, shortly before Bironas crashed his white SUV, he attempted to run a woman off the road. She pulled over to…
The actress best known for her controversy-filled personal and professional lives has claimed before that Rockstar Games based a character in Grand Theft Auto V on her, without permission. And now she's suing them.
Soccer is a twenty-two-player competitive ball game (CBG). Soccer has been in development for two thousand years. Soccer has been an Olympic event since 1900.
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.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers upended the No. 24 Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday, giving Minnesota its first win over the Cornhuskers since 1960. The game also gave us the following teachable moment:
Chris Duhon, last seen with the Lakers and currently a free agent, was injured after being intentionally hit by a car on Saturday night in downtown Orlando.
When he visited our television sets a generation ago he came to us in two different forms, one of them human. In his time he was unmistakably the best athlete of both realms, and his latter manifestation—the indestructible, immortal, and still unstoppable Video Game Bo Jackson—returns to the field next week.
Where even to begin with this one? "BIEBER VS. KEYSHAWN: INTENSE SHOWDOWN At Singer's Mansion." Bieber. Versus. Keyshawn. Intense showdown. It's tabloid Christmas, thanks to TMZ. And it gets even better.
Peter Sagan came in second in yesterday's Tour of Flanders, a one-day event that saw a thrilling duel come down to the last few miles. It's not Fabian Cancellara's victory that's making news today, though; it's Sagan's move to pinch the behind of a podium girl.
This satirical breakdown of the 2013 F1 season at SniffPetrol is the only season preview you really need. (H/T)
The 2013 F1 season is only four days into testing and a Ferrari has already caught on fire.
Stories are told about how drivers change when the helmet goes on, the visor slams shut and the engines roar to life. Some say the "nice guy" demeanor is replaced by a wild, savage creature desperate for success, no matter the consequences.
Fiat has never been known as a maker of expensive cars. In fact, in the Fiat portfolio of brands, Fiat is the discount brand.
Last Sunday was the 132th birthday of József Galamb, the Hungarian engineer who became the chief designer of the first mass produced car in the world, the Ford Model T. My mom sent a message that I should write about him, but I told her I was sure everybody knew his story already.