Editor’s Note: The title of this article has been revised. We apologize for any offense. Implying this tragedy was anything but an accident was not our intent. This afternoon, a very emotional Tony Stewart gave his first press conference since he was involved in a tragic car incident that took the life of Kevin Ward…
(Warning: Video Contains Graphic Content & Language) Kevin Ward Jr., a 20-year-old race car driver, was killed Saturday night after he was struck on the track by NASCAR star Tony Stewart, according to Ontario County (N.Y.) Sheriff Philip C. Povero. During a sprint car race at Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park, Ward was spun out by…
The life of Louis Silvie “Louie” Zamperini was so incredible that it’s hard to believe it happened. He was an Olympian, a WWII soldier, a POW, a survivor, a hero, and an icon of hope in America. He served his country well and was noted for his care and compassion towards his fellow man. Indeed,…
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When Jeff Gordon took an unsuspecting car salesman for a wild test drive, Jalopnik contributor Travis Okulski insisted it was all a hoax. Not to be outdone, Gordon gave Okulski a terrifying ride of his own. If you missed Jeff’s first prank, check it out here. via FoxSports
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David Ragan makes a move on the final lap to win Talladega.
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