Nascar points leader Kyle Busch lost his driver's license for 45 days yesterday for driving 128 mph on a road close to a day-care center and church in a nearly $400,000 Lexus LFA. The car was bright yellow. It was real nice. No, he didn't get it at Wal-Mart.
The BBC has received more than 700 complaints from furious antiques fans after Antiques Roadshow was postponed due to the abnormally long rain delay in Sunday's Formula 1 race and the over-running coverage that resulted.
STP, the iconic engine additive brand and logo, long known for its connections to Indy racing greats Andretti, Parnelli Jones, Gordon Johncock and some guy named Richard Petty, has been largely absent for 11 years in major American motorsports.
GM's pulled the wraps off the Silverline Chevrolet team's new 2011 Cruze racers for the Dunlop MSA British Touring Car Championship (BTCC). The two racers enter the 2011 season get some new livery to match the WTCC cars.
Real-estate mogul and "Celebrity Apprentice" star Donald Trump has been asked to drive the Chevrolet Camaro SS pace car by Indianapolis Motor Speedway president and CEO Jeff Belskus at this year's Indy 500.
We're about four hours in at the 12 Hours of Sebring. In case you're not watching, we thought we'd give you a look at some fantastic shots of the paddock and yesterday's qualifying runs taken by friend-of-Jalopnik, J.F. Musial.
13-year old motorcycle racer Peter Lenz died Sunday after he fell off his bike and was run over by a 12-year-old motorcyclist at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He's the youngest competitor to die at the famous racetrack.
A Danica Patrick fan is selling his signed-by-Danica 2006 Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona ticket. He's also asking a fairly silly price. $1 million. As you'd expect, there are zero bids. (Hat tip to AustinTheBruiser!)
IndyCar driver Alex Tagliani? Ha! I win! He's right there! Wait, what? I don't win? How could I not win? Fail, people. A-Tag would not approve. [FailBlog]
Last week, at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a rookie from Leawood, Kansas made history. Scott Tucker was the first American allowed to race one of Audi's multimillion-dollar, 200-mph diesel prototypes. Amazingly, he was fast.
Raymond Parks, one of the founding members of NASCAR and the owner of its first championship team, died Sunday. He was the last surviving NASCAR founder, and he was once jailed for illegally transporting liquor. Say it with us: Sigh.
Practice for the 78th running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans takes place this week. 200-mph racing cars set loose in the French countryside? Ford GT? Aw heck, mes amis, you had us at bonjour.
11-year-old two-time Canadian Karting champion Lance Stroll becomes the youngest person ever signed by Ferrari Racing to a development deal and training at the Ferrari Driving Academy. He also wins the title of luckiest kid ever.
Rwanda is not all about machete-flavored genocides, tall people with cute French names, and mountain gorillas living on volcanoes: they host a round of the African Rally Championship. Last weekend, it went very wrong.
One: Sports-car company builds four-door sedan. Two: Four-door sedan is loved by some, hated by others. Three: Someone turns four-door sedan into touring-car racer. Four: We actually dig it.