Last season, NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series transitioned to electronic fuel injection for the first time in the sport's history. Many Jalops scoffed, “Welcome to 1990 NASCAR!” For NASCAR, it wasn’t about a lack of technology or engineering in the sport to make this transition earlier, but more about keeping technology…
The Rocket Man is known for being one of the smartest guys in the garage, but that engineering degree from Purdue couldn't help him find his bearings on Sunday afternoon. Check out an in-car look from Ryan Newman's win at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
When you think of Dale Earnhardt, you think of Talladega. You think of championships. You think of his nickname, "The Intimidator." But you don't think of him as a country music superstar. You should, and that's because he sings on a long lost 1983 album, along with other NASCAR drivers. It. Is. Amazing.
Cpl. Sebastian Gallegos lost his right arm while serving in Afghanistan. He has since returned home and gotten a prosthesis. But his car was in bad shape, and he and his wife were having a hard time financing the repairs. He doesn't need to worry about it anymore.
Watch as Kyle Larson barely avoids the safety vehicle at last night's NASCAR Nationwide race.
Nearly a third of the field for this weekend's Camping World Truck Series race in Rockingham will be under the age of 23. This is a staggering number for any national series, making Sunday's race a preview of the future Sprint Cup Series.
NASCAR drivers Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano are former teammates. They don't much care for each other. They've been feuding recently, and a crash between the two broke Hamlin's back. They're also both sponsored by Coca Cola. And Coke is having fun with the feud.
NASCAR drivers Kasey Kahne, Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. each have participated in the post-race hat dance during their NASCAR Sprint Cup careers with Hendrick Motorsports. Together, the teammates combined to go pose in roughly 3,800 hats during a 10-win 2012 season alone.
Check out how Hendrick…
Looking at these statistics, he's bound to be in the running come Sunday. What do you think?
How many NASCAR drivers can you identify? Now name their car number. Name their sponsor. Even the biggest NASCAR fan has a difficult time with this challenge.
Since there is no on-track action in NASCAR this weekend, we thought we'd bring you a pretty cool video from our friends at iRacing that pits the Gen-6 Ford Fusion against the Chevy SS.
NASCAR is back on track next weekend in Martinsville, but until then, head over to iRacing to get your NASCAR racing fix.
Let’s just say that if you were given the choice of Johnson or the field, you should probably take good old 5-Time.
Despite being only 17 years old, Dylan Kwasniewski already has a pretty stout resume with a 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship and Rookie of the Year in 2011.
Dylan begins the 2013 K&N Pro Series East season with a win at Bristol Motor Speedway last weekend.
Definitely worth checking out to see what runs…
After Denny Hamlin spun out former teammate Joey Logano at today's NASCAR Sprint Cup Food City 500 race, things got a little physical.
Jeff Gordon decided to show up to a car dealership in disguise and take an unsuspecting car salesman for one of the best test drives we've ever seen.
Everyone on the Internet has an opinion — especially Jalopnik commenters. That's why when the new Ford Fusion aroused such an overwhelming commenting lovegasm it got me thinking.
Jason Carr was a man who loved NASCAR, football, hunting, and dogs. When he died in a car crash in 2009, his widow wanted to honor his passions by plastering them on his headstone. His granite, couch-shaped grave marker was to sit in the cemetery of the St. Joseph Catholic Church in North Vernon, Indianapolis with a…
Check out NASCAR's awesome social media control room. They're in your Internet, watching your tweets.
Let's say you have a 470 horsepower Jeep and an open invitation from NASCAR to come hang out for a few hours. What do you do? You go play on their race simulators and make an ass out of yourself practicing a pitstop. That's what you do.
A green-white-checker finish in Phoenix didn't stop Carl Edwards from getting back to Victory Lane. This in car perspective puts you in the middle of all the action. Listen to Carl's spotter descibe how he is seperating from the pack. Carl's car definitely became the car to beat by the end of the day.