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A pricey Lamborghini piled into two cars on a London street

If you had a Lamborghini worth north of $400,000, you would be more careful than this driver, right? The driver of this Lamborghini Aventador was driving just a bit too fast down a city street in London and apparently didn't see the SUV making a right turn until it was too late. Show More Summary

It’s Your 2013 Exit Interview: No. 1 Jimmie Johnson

Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It's the last one, so can we play this song? Because we are. Jimmie, your battle with Matt Kenseth was simply going to come down to which driver blinked first. Show More Summary

It’s Your Exit Interview: No. 26 David Gilliland

Welcome to From the Marbles' 2013 driver reviews. Here, we're going to critique, praise and bloviate about the top 30 drivers in the 2013 NASCAR season. It's Gilly's game now. David, we didn't expect you so soon. We're just blasting away to Rihanna. Show More Summary

Kyle Busch complicates Chase chances after sending Brad Keselowski spinning in Nationwide race

Kyle Busch and Kansas Speedway don't get along. That was evident once again Saturday morning when Busch wrecked his Sprint Cup car during practice for Sunday's race. But now Busch has more to worry about than starting at the back ofShow More Summary

Happy Hour: Remembering Jason Leffler, plus we talk TNT and standing starts

Throughout the week you can send us your best questions, jokes, rants and just plain miscellaneous thoughts to happyhourmailbag@yahoo.com or @NickBromberg. We'll post them here, have a good time and everyone's happy. Right? Oh who are we kidding, this is NASCAR. Show More Summary

AJ Allmendinger completed less than a lap in the IndyCar dual races at Detroit

The followup to AJ Allmendinger's strong performance at the Indianapolis 500 didn't go very well. In the IndyCar Series' first dual race weekend of the season, Allmendinger failed to complete the first lap in each race at Detroit's Belle...Show More Summary

Trading places: Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski

Remember when Brad Keselowski called Kyle Busch an "ass" during driver introductions at Bristol? That was in 2010, which, in Keselowski years, is a lifetime ago. It was his first full season in the Sprint Cup Series, when he'd won just...Show More Summary

I Knew You Were Trouble When You Revved Up; a song in ode to JGR’s engine issues

It's been a rough early go of it for the Joe Gibbs Racing engine department. JGR teammates Kyle Busch and Denny Hamlin will start at the back of the field for Sunday's Subway 500 at Phoenix International Raceway after each team changed engines. It's the second weekend of engine issues for the JGR team. Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski fined $25K for in-car tweeting

Here's a clear case of NASCAR being shocked, shocked to learn that one of its most popular tweeting drivers carries his phone with him at all times... even during races. On Sunday, with the rest of NASCAR focused on the sprawling Jeff...Show More Summary

Jon's NFL Mailbag: The officials sure are trying their hardest

Hi, friends! Welcome to my second-ever NFL mailbag. You didn't send in any questions, and boy did I not even ask for them at all! That's because I totally just made up my own questions to answer. More softballs that way. Today I'd like...Show More Summary

NASCAR and consumer technology still experiencing growing pains

When my cable went out during Sunday's NASCAR race at New Hampshire, my first thought was: "Damn technology!" But moments later, when I loaded ESPN's broadcast onto my computer (from WatchESPN.com), listened to scanner audio via my iPhone...Show More Summary

Late Models: Jeff Choquette wins in Pensacola, revisiting the Enfinger/VanderLey incident

While the Snowball Derby is still over two months away, Friday was the last in-race opportunity for teams to find their appropriate December set-ups. In that regard, Jeff Choquette has to feel pretty confident heading into Derby season,...Show More Summary

Brad Keselowski wins Geico 400 Chase opener, takes early championship lead

When I first predicted that Brad Keselowski would win the championship in last week's massive SB Nation Chase preview, I was heavily criticized. A few of the naysayer's reasoned that he was the only Dodge in the Chase and that he's not backed by Hendrick Motorsports. Show More Summary

Clint Bowyer wins wild Richmond regular season finale; Jeff Gordon clinches last wild card

With the Sprint Cup Series race ending at roughly 1:35 a.m. EST on Sunday morning, the recap is a little delayed. But there was just too much to say about the race to not post at all. Jeff Gordon outlasted Kyle Busch over the secondShow More Summary

Kevin Harvick wins Richmond Nationwide Series race; Johanna Long impressesin first half

There were no water bottles thrown until after the finish of this week's Nationwide Series race at Richmond, as Kevin Harvick finally secured his first division victory since 2010. It's been a long time coming for Harvick, who was riding...Show More Summary

Denny Hamlin wins Atlanta Sprint Cup 500, One last race until the Chase cutoff

After last weekend's victory at Bristol Motor Speedway, I proclaimed Denny Hamlin the best short track driver currently competing in the circuit. With a victory at Atlanta Motor Speedway, and his sights set on his first Sprint Cup Series...Show More Summary

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. steals Nationwide victory from Kevin Harvick; Waterbottlegate

One lap, and a series of cautions, changed the entire complexion of Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. A late-race caution between Danica Patrick and James Buescher bunched the field up for one more restart, with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Show More Summary

Ty Dillon wins Grit Chips 200, builds the foundation for next generation Childress team

For a moment, it looked as if Kyle Busch's near year-long exile from the Camping World Truck Series would end with a victory. Instead, Busch reported a flat tire with about six laps to go, surrendered the lead, and watched as Ty Dillon...Show More Summary

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