How NASCAR Driver Clint Bowyer Came Back From Three Major Speeding Penalties To Finish Fifth In Chicago

There is a such thing as speeding in racing, and it’s enforced on pit road to try to keep a driver from turning their pit crew—or someone else’s—into a set of high-speed human bowling pins. NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer got three pit-road penalties in a row on Sunday, yet managed to finish fifth in the race.

NASCAR’s Smart Fix For Its All-Star Race Could Actually Make Other Races Better

NASCAR used a vastly different aerodynamics package for the All-Star race this year, and the racing showed it. It went from the typical racing style of 1.5-mile tracks like All-Star host Charlotte Motor Speedway, which resembles a conga line full of folks who don’t want to touch each other, to race full of passes and…