NASCAR had a red flag of its own today when the Sprint Cup race at Sonoma Raceway had to be stopped briefly to repair the tire barrier that Martin Truex Jr.’s car annihilated. »
Patrick Friesacher’s 2007 Toyota Camry can do 800 horsepower burnouts. Very hot ones as it turns out. »
Austin Dillon’s 2015 Chevrolet SS Sprint Cup car was being driven by Bobby Labonte when the Redcoats decided to fight back. »
F1 Racing is like driving jets on the ground. NASCAR is like racing monster cars in sheet metal around an oval. Indy Car are powerful beasts themselves. Each type of racing has their own unique demands and needs. Here is a video that shows the difference between pit stops in F1 Racing, NASCAR, Indy Car, Formula E and… »
Sometimes, a pass happens so quickly that you just stare at the race in disbelief and wonder how on earth that just happened. Here’s one such crazy ninjitsu-inspired pass from Denny Hamlin at today’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Pocono.
Rusty Wallace isn’t just any ex-NASCAR racer. On top of an extremely successful NASCAR career, he’s also been a television commentator and a team owner. He is perhaps the least expected entry in this year’s X Games. How did he end up in this year’s Off-Road Truck races? He sat down with Speed City to explain. »
Plenty of NASCAR fans, drivers and crew have their reasons for wanting to take a swing at Brad Keselowski, but what about sending in a Sharknado? As in, a ridiculous made-for-TV tornado full of sharks? If you’ve got a beef with Keselowski, your day has just been made. Look who’s in Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Maybe “falling apart” is a bit of an overstatement, but “crumbling around the edges” is certainly accurate. This isn’t the first time the concrete track surface has been an issue, either. This time, it was the pit lane that started to crumble apart at the seam.
Despite NASCAR banning drivers from leaving their vehicles and approaching other competitors on the track after the fatal Tony Stewart-Kevin Ward Jr. incident last year, Jennifer Jo Cobb stormed out of her wrecked truck during today’s race at Dover to yell at Tyler Reddick. »
In March, NASCAR driver Kurt Busch’s legal team asked a family court judge in Delaware to review the protective order granted against Busch to ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll. Today, Judge William Walls issued his decision to uphold that protective order, which will remain in effect until Feb. 16, 2016.
Old race cars, model airplanes, trophies, a climbing wall, and even the Indianapolis 500 Oldsmobile Aurora pace car from his first win: it’s good to be Juan Pablo Montoya. Now that he’s won a second Indy 500, we fully expect Montoya to make a few additions to this Miami warehouse full of toys.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Jimmie Johnson claims he was trying to adjust the track bar in his car because it was too loose, but I know he secretly wanted more of that sweet, sweet oversteer. Johnson once again showed that he is a master of opposite lock in a situation that would’ve sent many other drivers into the wall.
NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Landon Cassill not only finished the whole Coca-Cola 600* last night at Charlotte, but he ran to NASCAR Hall of Fame afterwards, exactly 13.92 miles away. Dude is a beast. »
At the end of the final practice session for the NASCAR Xfinity Hisense 300, Chad Boat spun out and cut into Charlotte Motor Speedway’s infield, where his splitter dug up a crap-ton of grass. Then the same thing happened to Boat during qualifying. Conclusion: race cars do not make good lawnmowers. »