The NASCAR Hall of Fame announced their 2024 inductees Wednesday (August 2). Driver Jimmie Johnson, crew chief Chad Knaus and former NASCAR great Donnie Allison will be joining the hallowed hall.
Jimmie Johnson recently broke the silence following the suspected murder-suicide claiming the lives of three of his family members.
Late Monday evening, Johnson’s in-laws, Jack and Terry Janway, along with their 11-year-old grandson Dalton, were discovered lifeless in what authorities suspect to be a heart-wrenching murder-suicide.
The NASCAR community is mourning alongside driver Jimmie Johnson following the tragic deaths of his in-laws and nephew in an apparent murder-suicide…
The driver who made the No. 8 famous was recently in some legal trouble.
The NASCAR community is in mourning following the death of Speedway Motorsports founder Bruton Smith…
Alongside Dale Jr., modified racer Mike Stefanik and Alabama short-track legend Red Farmer were also inducted.
Shortly after the interview, Busch took to Twitter and wrote, “In one of my post-race interviews I used a word I should never use and I want to apologize for it.”
Police have released new details about the shooting death of John Wes Townley, a former NASCAR driver and son of Zaxby’s founder, who was shot and killed Saturday night in Georgia. According to authorities, Townley showed up at a home where his ex-wife, Laura Townley, and Zachary Anderson were located. Townley reportedly arrived at the […] More
Busch came into contact with Austin Dillon’s car which caused him to slam into the wall on lap 125 of the Southern 500. Busch pulled his damaged Toyota into the pit lane and made a left toward the garage area at what appeared to be an unsafe speed.
NASCAR fans received big news on Wednesday, June 30, 2021, when Chip Ganassi announced he will be selling his team over to Trackhouse Racing. “He made me a great offer that required my attention,” Ganassi told The Associated Press. “I’m not out of racing, I’m just out of NASCAR,” Ganassi said. “I still have an […] More
Just hours after news of his death broke, NASCAR released a statement.