NASCAR announced Kurt Busch will be allowed to return to the racing circuit upon participation in a treatment program.
Travis Kvapil’s car was stolen outside his hotel Friday morning, the day before the race. Police estimate the total value of the stolen items is between $350,000–400,000.
Kurt Busch can make one last appeal to NASCAR, but it must be filed by Saturday evening, officials said .
The NASCAR commercial had a joke that has caused nearly 18,000 people to sign a petition asking for the spot to be taken down.
He’s a four-time champion on the track, but over 23 years he’s made plenty of news off the track, too.
His “Drive for Five” will last one more year. The driver won his four championships in a seven-year span from 1995-2001.
He claims she said that a character in Zero Dark Thirty was inspired by her. The driver is in court because his ex requested a no-contact order.
“Don’t drive! If you have to drive… wear a seat belt. But don’t drive!”
Matt Kenseth and Brad Keselowski fought after their race in Charlotte, North Carolina, had ended.
“This is something that will definitely affect my life forever.”
Daniel Suarez has been lighting it up as part of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program. In news first given to BuzzFeed, Joe Gibbs Racing announces Tuesday that Suarez is joining the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
The incident happened at a sprint car race at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in New York. Stewart-Haas racing announced that Tony Stewart will not be participating in Sunday’s NASCAR race.
Sixteen drivers were involved in a crash during lap 20 of Sunday’s Coke Zero 400.
Exceptional human beings on and off the field, rink, court, track, and green.
Start your engines, NASCAR fans. Here’s a list of the top 30 RuPaul’s Drag Race phrases in all of HERstory!
The National Guard spent $88 million over three years on NASCAR sponsorships that may not have recruited any new soldiers.
So fast. Much vroom. Wow.
They’ll get your heart racing, alright.
Since NASCAR’s season opener was delayed for several hours due to severe weather, Fox aired a replay of last year’s race when Jimmie Johnson won and a lot of fans on Twitter thought it was live.
It’s not that we disapprove. We’re just slightly baffled.
This dude is “happy, happy, happy” and is definitely quitting his job. William L. Seeley, one of 16 workers from an Ocean County garage in New Jersey who will be splitting the $440 million jackpot (dubbed “Ocean’s 16”), steals the show at a Powerball press conference.
And two other takeaways from reigning champ Brad Keselowski’s Reddit AMA.
In a prank sponsored by Pepsi Max, Jeff Gordon takes a car salesman out on the road and shows him a few moves.
All this Indiana woman wanted to do was honor her dead husband with a tombstone that enshrined his favorite things.
Kyle Larson, the driver whose car hit the fence in the middle of the massive crash, walked away. Twenty-eight fans were injured.
The hottest woman in NASCAR just made a bunch of people happy for some weird reason.
A great moment in drunk live-television history.