Well, if these are the sorts of postrace shenanigans a new NASCAR playoff format might regularly produce … bravo.
Brad Keselowski is doing everything he can for a chance at another NASCAR championship. No matter how angry he makes other drivers.
Tony Stewart, taking questions from reporters for the first time in the seven weeks since the tragic death of Kevin Ward Jr., said Monday that he will continue his racing career.
Speaking quietly and his voice trembling, NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart said Friday that the death of Kevin Ward Jr. will “affect my life forever” as he returned to the track for the first time since his car struck and killed the fellow driver during a sprint-car race in New York three weeks ago.
Kevin Ward Jr.’s friends, family and fellow racing enthusiasts overflowed a high school auditorium Thursday to grieve and share stories about the 20-year-old dirt-track racer who was struck and killed by a car driven by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart.
The collision was as common as any in racing. Kevin Ward Jr.’s car spun twice like a top, wheels hugging the wall, before it plopped backward on the dimly lit dirt track.
Tony Stewart pulled out of the NASCAR race at Watkins Glen Sunday, 12 hours after the three-time champion struck and killed a sprint car driver who had climbed from his car and was on the darkened dirt track trying to confront Stewart during a race in upstate New York.
NASCAR comes to town this weekend, and there are more reasons to care than just because traffic is going to be a mess. Here are 7 of them.
Crystal Riley and Bobby Dezarov moved up their wedding plans on the chance that Kyle Busch might attend their Las Vegas wedding. That’s how the NASCAR driver ended up as a groomsman, standing before the pastor at the Chapel of the Bells.