suspended and fined by NASCAR after allegedly assaulting Nelson Piquet Jr. last month following a NASCAR Nationwide Series race ..... another competitor after the race had concluded). Drivers Nelson Piquet Jr. (No. 30 car) and Brian Scott (No. 2 car) have
penalties for two Richard Childress Racing Nationwide crew members who are also facing criminal charges for fighting with Nelson Piquet Jr. at Richmond International Raceway last month. Thomas Costello and Michael Scearce of driver Brian Scott's team were
weekly basis, like they're auditioning for a spot in the WWE. Sure, some of the antics are downright silly. I mean, did Nelson Piquet Jr. actually kick another driver in the groin after they scuffled on and off the track? C'mon, dude. But you've got
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) NASCAR has suspended the two Richard Childress Racing crew members arrested for fighting with Nelson Piquet Jr. at Richmond. BOOGITY! BOOGITY! BOOGITY! NASCAR is off to Talladega, which also hosts a Chase for the Sprint Cup
Allgaier said he's been encouraged by the improvement and believes the work the Turner Scott team has put in with himself, Nelson Piquet and Kyle Larson will lead to a strong summer for all three cars. ''He's very talented. Obviously he brings a lot of
Late Friday night after the Nationwide race at Richmond International Raceway, two adult males who work for Richard Childress Racing were taken into custody by Henrico Police according to ThatsRacin.com. Report: Two Richard Childress Racing employees in custody after fight involving Nelson Piquet ...
Following an altercation with Brian Scott on April 26 at Richmond International Raceway, Nelson Piquet Jr. is approaching this weekend's NASCAR Nationwide Series race as a fresh start. "You have to, you know? It's a new week
NASCAR Nationwide: Bryan Scott and Nelson Piquet Jr. get into an altercation on pit road, ending when Piquet takes a shot below the belt on Scott.
Jimmy Spencer has something to say to Nelson Piquet , Kurt Busch and the #42 team. May 1st, 2013
International Raceway late Friday night following an earlier on-track altercation that carried over to pit road between Nelson Piquet Jr. and Brian Scott . According to Henrico Police, Michael “Big Mike” Scearce, 50, of Mount Ulla, N.C. was charged