During the last lap of the Oct. 25 race at Talladega Superspeedway, Kevin Harvick’s car caused a major wreck. Although some NASCAR fans are deeming it intentional, he’s denying those claims. Get the details here.
After NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick, 39, had some car trouble before the end of the race at Talladega Speedway on Oct. 25, he was at risk of falling out of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. But once a crash happened that allowed him to qualify for the next round, he was immediately accused of causing the wreck. He’s denying it, but NASCAR fans are still skeptical.
The CampingWorld.com 500 race at the Talladega Superspeedway on Oct. 25 is the final race of the Contender Round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup. You’re going to want to know who wins this one — watch the live stream of the race now!
The Oct. 25 NASCAR race is a make it or break it race. The bottom four drivers still in the Chase for the Sprint Cup will be eliminated after this race. The CampingWorld.com 500 is kicking off right now at the Talladega Superspeedway. Don’t miss a minute of the action. Watch the live stream of the race now.
And that’s the race! Joey Logano won the Bank of America 500 on Oct. 11 after the race got rained out the day before. Congrats to Joey!
It’s Joey Logano’s lucky day! The rain wasn’t going to keep Joey, 25, from winning NASCAR’s Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Oct. 11. Joey and Kevin Harvick battled it out, but it was Joey who came out on top in the end.
Joey is the 2015 Daytona 500 Winner! He clearly had the need for speed on Feb. 22 after winning the biggest NASCAR event of the year in Daytona Beach, Florida! Congrats!
Joey Logano, 24, crossed Victory Lane, earning his first-ever Daytona 500 win on Feb. 22. And, boy, was Joey’s victory lap exhilarating to watch. As Joey held up The Harley J. Early Trophy, he was all smiles after totally enjoying their thrilling and victorious joy ride!
Such a sad day for NASCAR fans. Three time Daytona 500 winner and beloved driver, Jeff Gordon has announced that he will be retiring after the 2015 season.
Jeff Gordon, 43, who has famously driven the number 24 Chevrolet SS for Hendrick Motorsports since 1992 will be retiring after the 2015 season. The celebrated stock car champion announced the news on Twitter, assuring fans that although he will not be racing he, “will be involved with Team Hendrick for many years to come.”
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch has been accused by ex-girlfriend Patricia Driscoll of domestic violence after he allegedly smashed her head into a wall several times back in September after a race gone wrong.
One week after their relationship ended, NASCAR driver Kurt Busch, 36, allegedly attacked his ex-girlfriend, Patricia Driscoll, 36, in his motorhome. This, according to documents filed by his ex, in which she has ordered that Kurt stay away from her and not contact her.
Another NASCAR race has ended in yet another fight. Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski got into a heated brawl after the AAA Texas 500 race in Fort Worth on Nov. 2. Click to WATCH!
NASCAR drama reached seriously high levels at the AAA Texas Race on Nov. 2 at Texas Motor Speedway. Following the race, tempers flared between Jeff Gordon, 43, and Brad Keselowski, 30, and they engaged in an all-out fight, involving countless others, including driver Kevin Harvick, 38. The struggle left Jeff and Brad with minor injuries!
Following a close race on the evening of Oct. 11, Matt Kenseth totally attacked fellow NASCAR racer Brad Keselowski, putting him in a headlock! Check out the video and find out why they fought below!
After a rain-soaked two days at Daytona International Speedway for the Coke Zero 400, Aric Almirola raced to the finish line for his first win!
Aric Almirola is the winner of the Coke Zero 400! The 30-year-old raced into victory lane at the Daytona International Speedway on July 6 to win the Coke Zero 400. Congrats to Aric!
After an extended rain delay, the Daytona 500 revved up in primetime on Feb. 23. And after 200 exciting laps, Dale Earnhardt Jr. held on to his lead to take the checkered flag.
It’s one of the NASCAR races that matters more to the drivers than others, so on Feb. 23 the biggest names in the sport were all gunning for a win at the Daytona 500. And though it took all day because of a six-hour rain delay, when all was said and done, Dale Earnhardt Jr. took the checkered flag!
Richard Petty slammed Danica Patrick at the Canadian Motosports Expo saying that the hot GoDaddy.com race car driver has no chance of winning her next major race.
Danica Patrick has been making headlines in NASCAR for years as the driver behind the signature GoDaddy.com race car but Richard Petty, also known as the “King of NASCAR” said that Danica has no chance of winning in her second season behind the wheel, according to CBS Sports. Many critics are claiming Richard’s comments were sexist, while others believe they were just informed observations from a seasoned veteran of the sport.
This is probably the last thing on Earth the NRA wanted to happen at their sponsored NASCAR event on Apr. 14. With the race winding down, a man in the track’s infield shot himself in the head after allegedly having an altercation with another spectator. Keep reading for more details.
How awful. On Apr. 14 at the NRA 500 Sprint Cup Series race in Fort Worth, Tex., 42-year-old Kirk Franklin shockingly shot and killed himself while in the racetrack’s infield. Kirk reportedly shot himself in the head after having an argument with several other spectators.
The NASCAR world is holding its breath after one of its biggest stars was airlifted to a hospital after slamming head-first into a speedway wall. Celebs and fellow drivers took to Twitter to show their support. Keep reading to see all the reactions!
An exciting finish at the Auto Club Speedway on Mar. 24 that involved NASCAR drivers Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano dead even going into the final lap turned traumatic when Joey’s car bumped Denny’s and spun him into a wall.
The NASCAR star was involved in a violent crash when his car spun out during the final lap of the Auto Club 400 on Mar. 24, and had to be airlifted to a nearby hospital.
Denny Hamlin was in a tight race at the Auto Club 400, speeding down the final straightaway battling for first place with racer Joey Logano, when Joey’s car brushed up against his, causing both of them to spin out.
As the 55th running of NASCAR’s most important and prestigious race concluded on Sunday, Feb. 24, one driver was the clear victor.
For those fans of racing, today was the Superbowl, the Oscars and the World Series all wrapped in one. After an exciting race, Jimmie Johnson crossed the finish line first at the Daytona International Speedway, taking the victory!
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