Photo Finish NASCAR Race Started Its Five Overtime Sessions At Daytona With The Big One

Rejoice! NASCAR’s regular season is back, ready to fill that empty hole in your heart with cars once more. You know, much like how their second-tier Xfinity Series filled the entire width of Daytona International Speedway with crashed cars this afternoon. The race ended after five overtime restarts in a photo finish…

TV Racing Commentators Leave The Mics Hot During Commercial Breaks And It’s Excellent

The IMSA Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge is an underrated gem, full of gutsy drivers looking to move up in the world. However, the video for their Rolex 24 support race is wonderful for another reason: the mics were still recording during breaks in the broadcast, and IMSA left that in when they uploaded the race…

Maybe NASCAR Is Finally Realizing That This 'Overtime Line' Thing Isn't Working

There’s a thing southern folks like to say, and surely you’ve heard it before: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That’s what NASCAR did by making “overtime” rules at the start of the 2016 season, and it’s gone about as well as enrolling a cat in swim lessons. And maybe, just maybe, NASCAR’s starting to realize that.

Daytona NASCAR Race Paused In Final Laps After Larson's Car Became A 190 MPH Hovercraft

A big crash among the front of the field at tonight’s NASCAR Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway sent Kyle Larson’s No. 42 car up into the air at 190 mph. Eight cars got caught up in the chain reaction of wreckage that followed, forcing the race to be red flagged for cleanup with only six laps to go.