I was prowling the web for something important when I came upon a site that would create your NASCAR Team name. Forget Childress, Hendricks and Petty Enterprises, I own, "RoagRage Bid Daddy Team." Click to find out your team name.
Danica Patrick has made history again. Patrick became the first woman to win the pole at any race in NASCAR's top circuit. Patrick set the mark with a lap at 196.434 mph and will be on the pole for the Daytona 500 next Sunday.
Sunday's NASCAR race in Phoenix ended wildly as the pit crews from Jeff Gordon and Clint Bowyer brawled in the garage after a wreck during the race. Gordon stayed on the track after being black flagged and intentionally wrecked Bowyer sparking the melee. Watch video of the unbelievable scene
NASCAR fans are still talking about the 25 car crash that ended this weekend's race at Talladega. Fortunately, for the number of cars involved, it had little effect on the points standings and everyone walked away. It's amazing how these guys walk away from the most violent crashes. Check out a collection of videos where you can't believe the driver survived.
In a desperate situation where a man is faced with the decision to either seek out immediate medical attention or watch his pregnant girlfriend give birth in the backseat of his car, the only available option is to -- you guessed it -- pull into a NASCAR Speedway.
After Tony Stewart threw his helmet at fellow NASCAR Driver Matt Kenseth, we asked if you thought Tony should be fined. 59% agreed he shouldn't be fined. On Big Frog's Facebook page comments ranged from "poor sportsmanship" to "rubbin's racin." If you didn't offer up your thoughts, you still can here. Read more to see all the comments.
Tony Stewart tossed his helmet at Matt Kenseth's car after the two crashed in Saturday's Bristol race. Depending on who you ask, some say it was racing, some say it was Kenseth's fault. Check out the video and vote for whether or not Stewart should get fined.
Kyle Busch's #18 stock car was on display at the Little Falls McDonald's. Unfortunately, Kyle Busch himself wasn't on hand at the event. He's gearing up for his next NASCAR race in New Hampshire. The folks from Watkins Glen International are gearing up for when NASCAR comes to town August 10th, 11th and 12th. They had racing simulators and a chance to win four tickets to the race at The Glen. Take a look at photos from the event.
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