- Geek & Sci-Fi
A Delaware court found that Sprint Cup driver Kurt Busch has committed an act of domestic violence against his girlfriend, Pamela Driscoll.
A Change.org petition claims the commercial unfairly mocks those who suffer from Celiac disease.
Jeff Gordon is retiring, so now it's time to contemplate my own mortality.
Gather 'round kids, let me tell you about the time Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth fought in the squared circle.
Early reports from Canandaigua Speedway are saying Tony Stewart intentionally ran over fellow driver Kevin Ward with his car.
Would you like a podcast about NASCAR? Would you like a podcast about NASCAR hosted by 1990s pro wrestler Bill Goldberg? No idea.
The Dogecoin car has raced, and the Internet's meme cryptocurrency of choice is now officially auto racing canon. Wow. Much weird.
After crashing her car through the doors of a church, a Tennessee woman stabbed her husband over a NASCAR race because she said the devil was in her.
After a Jalopnik writer called out Jeff Gordon's Pepsi ad as fake last year, the NASCAR racer gave him the ride of his life in 'Test Drive 2.'
While a lot of people are calling Madison Rising's National Anthem performance in Daytona the worst ever, a lot of YouTube commenters really loved it.
Fox News wrongly declared Jimmie Johnson the winner of the Daytona 500, and created a massive Facebook flame war after posting an apology.
While it wouldn't really settle much, Tony Stewart suggested that Danica Patrick beat Richard Petty in a race and 'cram a checkered flag up his butt.'
NASCAR legend Richard Petty said that the only way Danica Patrick will ever win a race is by being the only person on the track.
NASCAR driver Darrell Wallace Jr. is in little-to-no-trouble today for repeatedly punching fellow driver Chad Frewaldt in the face following a crash.
This video of Japanese announcers freaking out over a NASCAR wreck is both hilarious and unfortunately fake.
Kurt Busch returns to Talladega with his Ricky Bobby flair, as he'll be driving the Wonderbread stock car inspired by Talladega Nights.
Edit: We're re-running this today in celebration of the 16th anniversary (to the day) of 'South Park's' first airing.
This weekend marked the second time I was invited to the Brickyard 400 as part of the Capture The Crown competition.