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Race Cars Are Not An Efficient Tool For Removing Grass, Kyle Busch

After finally cracking into the top 30 in the Sprint Cup standings last weekend with a second place finish at Watkins Glen, Kyle Busch had an unfortunate off in practice this morning that will force him to use a back-up car for tomorrow’s race. Per Autoweek, that back-up car means he’ll start from the back. »8/15/15 3:14pm8/15/15 3:14pm

Joey Logano Sweeps NASCAR Weekend At The Glen, Pops Tire Doing Burnouts

If there’s one thing I love, it’s a good celebratory burnout. Joey Logano won the second NASCAR race of the weekend today after Kevin Harvick ran out of fuel in the lead. Logano clearly had the better fuel strategy, as he had enough left to pop a tire and start a fire doing burnouts after the checkered flag.
»8/09/15 9:00pm8/09/15 9:00pm

Kenseth Wins NASCAR Race After Everyone In Front Of Him Runs Out Of Gas

To say that today’s Sprint Cup Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway was chaotic would be the understatement of the year. After racking up seven cautions in the first 72 laps alone, the race ran long and nuttier than usual. Watch how it ended: with cars everywhere dropping like flies from running out of fuel.
»8/02/15 6:38pm8/02/15 6:38pm

Terrifying Fan Video Shows NASCAR Race Car Crashing Into Catch Fence 

Four spectators were treated for injuries as a result of the massive wreck at the end of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Coke Zero 400, with one fan transported to a local hospital in stable condition. Austin Dillon’s car became airborne in the pile-up, smashing through the part of the catch fence that separates fans from the… »7/06/15 3:32am7/06/15 3:32am

Formula One Isn't The Only Series That Throws Sparks

Formula One may be throwing sparks with its titanium skid plates this year, but let’s not think that the pinnacle of stock car racing doesn’t have its own car-mounted fireworks display. When the second “big one” hit at Daytona, Kyle Larson and Carl Edwards put on a spectacular show as they scraped the track. »7/06/15 2:00am7/06/15 2:00am

Jimmie Johnson Mistakes NASCAR For Formula Drift

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.
»5/27/15 5:11pm5/27/15 5:11pm