Especially when Dale mentioned never coming to work early.
Our editor-in-chief is supposed to be enjoying the Indianapolis 500, but he seems to be out for revenge.
And not in some subpar sequel designed entirely to sell toys.
It's happening, 7-time champion (4 time champion and 3 time NASCAR AP-Poll winner i.e. No Chase B.S.) Jeff Gordon is leaving full-time NASCAR competition (he doesn't want to use the word retire, so I will refrain even though it basically is).
How many storylines can you pack into a single race? In one race an era ended, a new era began, and six drivers fought for a championship. Let's get to it!
I was inspired by all the GIFs, videos, and memes posted in the past two days, so I sat down at work this morning and hammered this out. I hope everyone enjoys!
A Caprice patrol car driven by Jeff Gordon abducts Wes Siler for spreading the false prophecy of #TwoWheelsGood.
I keep to myself in cabs. But one thing that gets my attention is a driver with a neck tattoo telling me that he just got out of jail after 10 years and that the cop behind is making him nervous. And especially when he starts a police chase while yelling "I can't go back." I thought this was the end.
Yes, for the first time ever, a woman will lead a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to the green flag as Danica Patrick wins the pole for the Daytona 500. of course, plate qualifying isn't really about the driver as much as it is about the team, so that's really not her accomplishment so much as it is Crew Chief Tony…