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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.
What you are about to see might completely change the way you view NASCAR and its
hordes fans. Check it out after the jump.
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.
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?
The Fantasy NASCAR offseason is short, reducing your time for preseason preparation. Making things tougher on Fantasy owners is the busy period between seasons, where a lot happens in a short span. So to bridge the gap and make the road to the Daytona 500 and beyond smoother, here are some Tips to help you kick start the 2013 season.
Brad Keselowski might be the current leader of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with one race remaining, but everything’s not as peachy as you might think. Although Keselowski took the lead after Jimmie Johnson crashed in Phoenix on Sunday, he’s been a target of criticism for Tony Stewart and others for racing too aggressively and having a “death wish.” That didn’t sit too well with Keselowski, especially after Sunday’s crash-filled race. [Awful Announcing]