Jeff Gordon will ride a Penn State car in an upcoming race.
A Philly non-profit is in the running for a big gift that could help hundreds of families dealing with a medical crisis.
Kurt Busch is currently under investigation for an alleged domestic assault in Delaware.
“The NFL was a very, very attainable goal,” the country music star and former North Carolina Tar Heels linebacker revealed during the exclusive video interview.
NASCAR is left reeling from a tragedy that could have ripple effects.
ESPN/ABC is coming under fire this week after using a split screen during the nail-biting end of the Indy 500 showing Helio Castroneves’ galpal instead of the race. He, um, ultimately lost by the way. So that got us thinking which NASCAR Drivers have WAGs who are split screen worthy?
Some of the best American sporting events worth traveling for are the Daytona 500, the Masters Tournament, the Super Bowl the U.S. Open and the World Series.
In the wake of Jimmie Johnson securing his 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, Donovan McNabb expressed his belief that NASCAR drivers are not true athletes. Is he out of line, or is this type of racing in no way a sport?
Before anyone engraves Johnson’s name on the Sprint Cup, a little history lesson is needed. While it has been proven that Johnson can win titles, he has also shown that he can lose them.
Chris discusses Chris Christie’s decision to ban conversion therapy in New Jersey, Ed Schultz return to MSNBC and the fight over gay marriage in Montgomery County. He also talks to Senator Pat Toomey and Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery.
New Jersey state police say a mechanical problem is to blame for the dirt-track racing crash that killed NASCAR driver Jason Leffler last week.
The Brazilian had led 221 laps coming into the race, yet had never taken the checkered flag.
If you are remotely related to the world of sports and wanted to get your name out there this week – all you had to do was weigh-in on the gays in the NFL discussion. […]
Daytona 500 ratings up 24% due to Danica Patrick.
It was the second Daytona 500 victory for Johnson, a five-time NASCAR champion who first won “The Great American Race” in 2006.