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Saturday’s Quaker State 400, in Sparta, Kentucky, will air at 7:30 p.m. (Eastern) on TNT. For racing fans who can’t be in front of a television Saturday night, there are a few options available to catch the Kentucky Speedway race from laptops and smartphones.
Jimmie Johnson is a no-brainer for the upcoming Dover race in RotoExperts.com’s latest fantasy NASCAR rundown, courtesy of NASCAR Editor Adam Ansell.
Travis Okulski didn’t believe Jeff Gordon’s Pepsi Max “Test Drive” was real. By all objective measures — it wasn’t. But that didn’t stop Gordon and Pepsi Max from scaring the bejesus out of Okulski in similar fashion. The writer was flown down to Charlotte under the guise of filming a secret commercial he could tell absolutely no one about. We’ll let you watch the rest…
Wait, like, holding a ping-pong paddle between his butt cheeks right now, or when this picture was taken? Because as far as we’re concerned, he’s probably driving right now and that’d be an awfully uncomfortable seating arrangement…
The interior of this car looks like Spicoli’s van in “Fast Times At Ridgemont High”.
This took some serious planning. Bravo, J.J. Although I’m not going to lie, when I heard that “Jimmy Johnson” recreated scenes from “The Hangover,” I immediately pictured the former Cowboys coach (Jimmie Johnson) getting tased by Rob Riggle.
What is an “athlete”? More over, what is an “asshole”? Commentator McNabb raised some important question of Fox Sports One. We try and answer them.
We don’t watch NASCAR all that much (though we appreciate our motorsports-loving readers very much and feel their pain, sort of, occasionally), so calling a race one lap early seems like a very easy mistake to make.