Did you catch that melee in the pits this weekend between Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer's teams? Here's the lighter side of it in this spoof 5-Hour Energy drink commercial, which features Bowyer dashing through the garage to kick him some Jeff Gordon ass.
Did anybody even notice that Kevin Harvick won the penultimate NASCAR Sprint Cup race this past weekend? Or that Brad Keselowski is on the verge of clinching his first title? Hell no, because we were all too busy watching Clint Bowyer, Jeff Gordon and a million of their respective crew members beat the crap out of one…
Jeff Gordon barely gets out of his car following a wreck this afternoon before Clint Bowyer's team mauls him and his team, minor league hockey-style. This came after a disabled Jeff Gordon crashed into Bowyer and Joey Logano. The video shows it all.
Kevin Harvick has never won a Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway, and two hours before Sunday's race he received a sign from above: This wasn't going to be the day.
Here's what I need you to do right now, Jalops. I need you to click on over to ESPN.com and read Marty Smith's heartbreaking but extremely well-written story about former NASCAR driver Jerry Nadeau, who was injured in a racing crash nearly 10 years ago.
What do you get when you combine cheesy corporate pop stardom with a big box store and a NASCAR entry? A Taylor Swift race car, of course
Last week, we received word that SPEED had lost the rights to Formula One to NBC after having the series on the network for 17 years. Parent company FOX said that SPEED made a "fiscally responsible" bid to keep the series for 2013 and beyond. But today FOX announced they extended their NASCAR coverage for eight more…
It looked like Dale Earnhardt, Jr. might finally break free of the years-long slump he'd recently emerged from, but a couple of hard hits to the wall appear to have crushed his chances.
Watching NASCAR at Talladega is like watching cars in a traffic jam for three hours.
If there's one thing that NASCAR drivers are famous for, it's turning left. Apparently it's the same for its fans.
Yo dawg, we heard you like details. On this week's Shakedown, Leo Parente lays out the Grand-ALMS-AM deal in detail, suggesting the success of joining of NASCAR's Grand-Am series with IMSA's American Le Mans Series will be in the details.
We enjoy the sports car racing and famous battles in Grand Am but tend to prefer the field and races of the American Le Mans Series and never watch enough of either because of unfortunate scheduling, thus it is with pure joy and an extreme erection that we greet the exclusive news from SPEED that the two are merging…
Over 775,000 votes were cast online to put Dale Earnhardt Jr. onto the cover of Nascar® The Game(™): Inside Line. It looks like Nascar fans aren't the tech-averse no-nothings haters think they are.
On May 17, 1987, Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Bill Elliott swapped paint and made a place for themselves in NASCAR lore. The Winston, a newly created all-star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, came down to a sprint, with Earnhardt and Elliott jockeying for the lead. After bumping and nudging for two laps, Elliott got in…
Mark Martin is 53 and only races part time these days. Today being one of those days, Martin was leading on lap 64 of the Pure Michigan 400 when things quickly turned south.
"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.
When NASCAR just turns left, it can be the most boring thing in the world. But throw in some right handers, an oil leak, a close top three, and one lap to go, and it becomes one of the most epic motor racing moments you've ever seen.
Earlier this year, Dodge's only NASCAR team, Penske Racing, made a shock announcement that they would be defecting and replacing their cars with Fords for 2013.