It was just before the big NASCAR race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2004, and the first driver introduced by Robin Leach was the veteran Morgan Shepherd, who lined up last on the 43-car starting grid.
Kyle Busch was trying to be a good sport when he ventured out among fans to sign autographs after what had been a tough night for him after Saturday’s NASCAR race at Bristol, Tennessee.
Race drivers and others have been answering the call from an 11-year-old Iowa boy who wants racing stickers to cover his casket after he dies from leukemia.
Alexander Rossi was as worried as the rest of the IndyCar field when a violent wreck shot Robert Wickens car airborne, ripped up the catchfence and left the tub of the rookies Honda toppled on the asphalt.
Kurt Busch stole the spotlight from his younger brother Saturday night at Bristol Motor Speedway to grab an overdue short-track victory.
Two more drivers are headed to the checkered flag of their NASCAR careers and the laps are winding down for a golden age of racing.
If you think passing Kurt Busch is difficult on the racetrack, try getting him to talk about what NASCAR team he’ll be driving for in 2019 before the paperwork is signed.
The 38-year-old Kahne announced his intentions Thursday on Twitter, saying “I’m not sure what the future holds for me, but I’m at ease with the decision that I have made.”
For a few hours Monday, Kurt Busch and Deryk Engelland made like Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy in the movies to call attention to the Sept. 16 South Point 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.