Kyle Busch, still shooting for his first Sprint Cup Series win at Charlotte, stands alongside his paintball teammate during a press event on Tuesday at Charlotte Motor Speedway to preview the Bank of America 500.
Over the years, Kyle Busch has taken a few shots at the media. On Tuesday, it was the media's turn to fire back.
Busch, members of his No. 54 Nationwide Series team, fans and media took part in a friendly game of paintball at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Ever confident, Busch joked he would surely be targeting a few members of the media on the field, and wished a few others were there.
On this edition of 'Jimmy Spencer's Take', Mr. Excitement has plenty to say about Richmond. Should the No. #22 be penalized? Should Jeff Gordon be added to the Chase? Spencer has answers for both. He also tells us where NASCAR shouldn't be putting their nose.
Catch 'Jimmy Spencer's Take' every Thursday on NASCAR Race Hub. Only on FOX Sports 1.
It's no secret that the motorsports community has a long held tradition of community outreach and charitable efforts. This standard was continued recently with the opening of Seacrest Studios at the Levine Children's Hospital in Charlotte, N.C. Monica Palumbo reports on this initiative.
You're asked to field a three-car racing team that will dominate for the next 15 years. Here's the catch - your drivers have to be 30-years-old or younger. Who do you pick?
NASCAR Race Hub answered this question. Adam Alexander, Steve Byrnes, Matt Clark, Kyle Petty, Larry McReynolds, Ray Dunlap and USA Today's Nate Ryan put together their ideal teams in the Race Hub Driver Draft. Here are the results.
Over the years, there have been some amazing drivers to compete at the Daytona Speedway. This past weekend Jimmie Johnson added his name to a select group of drivers that have not only won, but swept, at this historic track. Actually, you have to go back to 1982 to find the last time this happened.
In this installment of "Winner's Weekend", Race Hub follows Jimmie Johnson on his sweep of the Midsummer Classic.
As usual, Jimmy Spencer has something to say. Mr. Excitement loves short track racing and has a few questions after last weekend's race in Richmond:
How come Nelson Piquet Jr. was so defensive?
How come Kurt Busch can't race clean?
How come the #42 team can't count?
And to wrap it up - with the Penske appeal happening today - Jimmy wonderâs how Paul Wolfe and Todd Gordon will spend the next 6 weeks? If Mr. E is correct, their schedule's are looking pretty open.
This week on Jimmy’s Take, Jimmy Spencer, a.k.a Mr. Excitement, opines on the fines and points penalties levied on the Joe Gibbs Racing team and driver Matt Kenseth. Jimmy also gets a little scientific talking about weight calculations and comparisons, too. Strong words from Mr. E! But is he right? What’s your take on the penalties assessed? Were they too severe or was NASCAR right being so heavy handed? Reply below.
The NASCAR Race Hub crew just celebrated their 600th episode. For your enjoyment, here are some of the most comical moments over the years. We've got Jimmy Spencer in leprechaun garb, Steve Byrnes sporting a giant foam cowboy hat, Danielle Trotta doing her best Tony Stewart impression and so much more.
Jimmie Johnson appeared on FOX Sports Live Sunday night to talk about his sixth NASCAR championship. In the one-on-one interview with Dan O'Toole, he was also asked about McNabb's controversal comments about drivers not being athletes.