No big save at Talladega this time.
As typical of NASCAR races at Daytona International Speedway, Friday night’s Camping World Truck Series opener had a lot of wrecks. Big wrecks, at that. But of the few trucks that made it through the carnage, one—driven by racer and occasional contributor Parker Kligerman—carried a Jalopnik sticker plastered on its…
Just over a week ago, NASCAR forgot what it is. A brief moment of confusion led to a lot of not-so-great changes for the series, including an overhaul of the championship formats in both of its top developmental series and a caution clock. A clock. Try to cough that one out. But if NASCAR wants to be like baseball or…
Major League Baseball decided to assume that their fanbase can’t read or spell and took issue with Eldora Speedway’s use of the name “Mudsummer Classic.” The MLB claimed that the event sounded too close to their “Midsummer Classic,” and Eldora agreed to change it—but not without getting a dig in at MLB first.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series could see some big championship changes in its future—according to reports from Motorsport.com, a format mimicking the Sprint Cup Series’ Chase is under consideration. As ironic as it is, reports of these talks come during Matt Kenseth’s suspension for intentionally wrecking…
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Theriault sustained a compression fracture in his lower back following a wreck in the Rhino Linings 350 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night, team Brad Keselowski Racing later announced via a press release:
Weather-postponed races are never ideal, but who can complain when this many GIF-worthy moments occur once the action does get underway?
Yesterday, you may have seen a rabbit on the loose during NASCAR Camping World Truck Series practice. In case you missed it, Fox Sports released the hilarious broadcast clip from the bunny delay. If there’s anything you should’ve learned from Monty Python, it’s that rabbits should never be taken lightly.
Two NASCAR El Spec Ute-aminos lighting up their rear tires to stay out of the wall is by far the coolest save of the year. Why eat wall when you can eat tires instead and keep going?
It looks like NASCAR won’t be funding the hairspray-comb-magic-voodoo that shapes Donald Trump’s mysterious combover hairstyle this year. Per USA Today reporter Jeff Gluck, the racing series will no longer use the Trump National Doral Miami for its postseason banquet.
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Jennifer Jo Cobb will be the first driver to be penalized under the new rule against leaving a wrecked car before safety personnel arrive and approaching the racing surface. Cobb maintains that she “completely forgot” about this rule.
Here's some carnage that was as wide as the track at Daytona. Holy crap. Twelve trucks. Twelve. Only so little space. Holy crapballs. It's a track-wide wall of bent truck metal and sparks.
Camping World Truck Series standout Darrell Wallace, Jr., may be showing up more often in the Xfinity (formerly Nationwide) series much more often next year. He has been released from his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing and will drive a fourth car for Roush Fenway Racing in 2015.
A local news report on last night's power outage at Phoenix International Raceway captured the true meaning of being a race fan more perfectly than just about anything I've ever seen. "The party never stops," explained the fan who comes on at 1:25 in.
Martinsville Speedway is a bit shorter than many other tracks on the NASCAR schedule, therefore, there will be carnage. Of course, some folks decide to get all pushy-shovey about said carnage and start yelling things like "I'll give ya all I got!" after coming back into the pitlane.