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Dick Trickle Was Tormented By Mystery Illness, Says Brother: ‘He Didn’t Know How Much Longer He Could Take The Pain’
Chuck Trickle told the Las Vegas Review-Journal today that his brother, Dick Trickle, had been in constant pain recently from a mystery chest ailment. The former NASCAR driver who was beloved by all and was the butt of many jokes apparently committed suicide on Thursday in North Carolina.
If you haven’t heard of Sean O’Connor, you’re about to. Dude has a Comedy Central special coming out on Friday. So today’s faux pas — O’Connor made fun of Dick Trickle’s name on Twitter a few hours after the ex-NASCAR driver committed suicide — is especially awkward. Wanna get away?
Jeff Gordon Is Selling His Swanky 3-Bedvrroom Central Park Apartment For $30M (Guess Who He Lives Above?)
The listing: “With its gracious layout, spectacular Central Park and city views, and top-of-the-line appointments, this unique turn-key residence instantly impresses with its welcoming entry foyer graced by 6″ Santos Mahogany floors with solid brass in-laid edging.” Really? I thought he’d DEFINITELY have a race car bed. Slideshow of the place after the jump.
Adam Ansell’s Top 25 for Talladega, after the jump.
The most humorous NASCAR sponsor I’ve ever seen? That of course would be Boudreaux’s Butt Paste. But this comes in a close second. Gentlemen, start the hilarity.
Someone died from a “self-inflicted” injury, after an argument, at the NRA 500, in Fort Worth, Texas, and nobody is saying how it happened. Why?
An NRA sponsorship, six-shooters in victory lane, and a gun-themed car? Must be the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Texas Motor Speedway.
The NASCAR season continues this weekend with the Auto Club 400 in Fontana, California. Race coverage begins at 3 p.m. Eastern Sunday on Fox. And for the fantasy NASCAR players among us, RotoExperts’ Adam Ansell ranks his top 30 drivers in advance of the race below. A familiar face tops the list.
If you’ve been on YouTube in the last day or so, you may have come across this Pepsi ad. The premise: dress Jeff Gordon up like Hunter S. Thompson, send him to a Chevy dealership, get him behind the wheel of a Camaro, scare the bejesus out of the salesman riding shotgun. The reality: it was probably staged. The verdict: who cares, it’s hilarious.