87-year-old Barbara Yocum is a big NASCAR fan ... and an even bigger Jeff Gordon fan. Thanks to the non-profit group Wish of a Lifetime - an organization that grants wishes to senior citizens - Yocum got the chance to meet and speak with her favorite driver.
Hard to believe, perhaps, but today is Janet Guthrie's 76th birthday. While Danica Patrick makes millions of dollars racing today and NASCAR has an established diversity program to encourage women and minority drivers, Guthrie was a true pioneer who had no such luxuries.
Las Vegas is one of the favorite stops on the NASCAR tour, and with good reason ... there's no shortage of top-notch entertainment in Vegas. But for some, nothing gets the blood flowing quite like heading out in the desert armed to the gills with heavy-duty, military-grade automatic weapons.
It's time to get "Radioactive" with the best in-car audio from Phoenix International Raceway. Danica Patrick is mad at Justin Allgaier, Jimmie Johnson has a new way to communicate with teammate Dale Earnhardt Jr, and Kyle Busch does his best Peyton Manning impression. Enjoy!
Once again, it's time to put another NASCAR couple on the hot seat. First, it was Kyle and Samantha Busch. Now, it's Denny Hamlin and longtime girlfriend (and former Charlotte Bobcats cheerleader) Jordan Fish.
Kevin Harvick had his mojo working in Phoenix. On this edition of NASCAR Race Hub's "Winner's Weekend," Harvick and crew chief Rodney Childers take us behind the scenes of their big victory at Phoenix International Raceway.
What were they saying after Kevin Harvick's dominating day in the desert? Thanks to our always entertaining friend Nascarcasm, Shake and Bake has uncovered a private (and extremely fake) post-race group text message between some of your favorite drivers.
During Sunday's Academy Awards, John Travolta completely flubbed actress Idina Menzel's name, calling her "Adele Dazeem" instead. Ouch. Thanks to Slate.com's "Adele Dazeem Name Generator" we were able to "Travoltize" the names of some of your favorite NASCAR drivers.
Tony Stewart is east bound and down, loaded up and truckin'. Smoke (complete with one incredible mustache) has teamed up with Mobil1 for a six-part web series that recreates scenes from the 1977 flick Smokey & the Bandit. Here's a teaser.