The answer to the question many of us race fans have been wondering has been answered. Who’s going to be the driver to secure Team Penske’s 500th win? Brad Keselowski responded to the call.
The answer? Not many, apparently.
It’s a good weekend to go out and carve out a little place in history. And that’s just what Hailie Deegan did when she laid down the quickest lap at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track ahead of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series Star Nursery 100 race.
If you’re watching NASCAR this weekend wondering why the hell there are big white squares with cartoons on side of the cars, you are probably not the only one. I’ve been seeing plenty of posts on Twitter, and I just have to ask… why?
NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. retired last year after struggling to return from a concussion in 2016. Now he has an upcoming book about the experience, and he’s finally opening up about his experiences with concussions over the year, highlighting the heartbreaking worries and lack of support drivers encounter when they…
The news that Furniture Row Racing is shutting down operations only a year after Martin Truex, Jr. took home the championship isn’t a great sign for NASCAR.
Furniture Row Racing, the winning team of 2017's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship, has announced it will cease operations following the 2018 NASCAR season due to a lack of funding, just over a month after its primary sponsor 5 Hour Energy announced it was exiting the racing series after this year.
A federal jury found former NASCAR driver Rick Crawford guilty of enticement of a minor Thursday, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida. Crawford faces from 10 years to life in prison after agreeing to pay an undercover cop for sex with a fictitious 12-year-old girl.
Today is a normal day for me, and by that I mean I was looking up pictures and video of Kazuya Bai’s D1GP pro drift car, which is amazing. But then I stumbled upon Bai’s entry on the D1GP website and it showed not only Bai’s current photo for 2018, but also his photos over the past four years. This is genius.
In recent years, Austin’s Circuit of The Americas has publicly said it wants to host series like IndyCar and NASCAR. Each time, Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth has publicly waved its index finger to remind everyone that its contracts block racing from the rest of the state. Time may finally be up on that.
This week, reports came out about former Colts announcer Bob Lamey telling a story in which someone used the n-word nearly 35 years ago. That someone was said to be IndyCar driver Conor Daly’s dad, who denied it was him saying it, and Conor Daly’s sponsor backed out on his NASCAR ride this weekend because of it.
After an original award of $1, a North Carolina jury ruled that former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle must pay his ex-wife $250,000 in punitive damages in a case involving his recording of bedroom and bathroom areas in their former home. That brings the total to $250,001, or a lot less than what the plaintiffs asked for.
When a NASCAR pit crew swarms a car, it may look like they’ve been servicing cars all their lives. But many of them are actually athletes trained to do a mechanic’s job, and as Jalopnik found after reaching out to NASCAR’s top race teams, most never expected to find themselves there in the first place.
Kasey Kahne, the popular 18-time NASCAR Cup Series winner who’s been with the sport since 2004, just announced his retirement, saying racing has taken its toll on his life.
More than a year after former NASCAR driver Greg Biffle’s ex-wife and former mother-in-law filed a lawsuit against him alleging that he ran secret cameras in their bedrooms and master bathroom, a North Carolina jury found him guilty of invasion of privacy on Monday. The jury ordered that Biffle pay them $1.
The Ford Fusion is on its way out in the North American market, meaning it doesn’t make sense for Ford to keep running a Fusion-wrapped rear-wheel-drive V8 on the track every weekend in NASCAR’s top series. Ford’s bringing in the Mustang, which there are actually 10 million of, to take its place next year.
After his arrest for driving under the influence and possession of the opioid painkiller oxycodone, NASCAR CEO Brian France announced Monday that he’ll be taking an “indefinite leave of absence.” NASCAR announced that its executive vice president Jim France, Brian France’s uncle, will take the spot.