The May 9 Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway will be sponsored by Nickelodeon and titled the "SpongeBob SquarePants 400." No, it's not a joke. This isn't Warped Wednesday. Before you go crazy wondering what NASCAR has come to, it's probably a good idea to remind you this isn't the first time a NASCAR race has borne the SpongeBob name. Show More Summary
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will travel to Las Vegas this week for the Kobalt Tools 400. Las Vegas Motor Speedway is considered a cookie-cutter race track, but it is much different than other 1.5-mile tracks. It is a fast and very aero -sensitive track. Show More Summary
Your new favorite sporting event. May 9 Sprint Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway is the "SpongeBob SquarePants 400." (This is real, I'm not being sarcastic) #NASCAR — Jeff Gluck (@jeff_gluck) March 2, 2015 More wacky names, sponsorships and tie-ins for NASCAR races, please. If we don't get a Paul Blart 500 in the next few years, I don't know what I'll do.
Kurt Busch has begun his attempt to return to the Sprint Cup Series. According to NBC Sports, Busch has agreed to terms set by NASCAR to be reinstated after his indefinite suspension following an accusation of domestic assault. Now,Show More Summary
On Thursday evening, RadioShack finally reached its years-in-the-making end when it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and said it plans to sell up to 2,400 stores to Sprint. The news should come as no surprise: RadioShack had lost money...Show More Summary
I've been running the numbers for the big SHOWDOWN at the YWCA Indoor Triathlon in 6 days. It doesn't look good for me. I did the MINI sprint distance a year ago (Here's my race report from that race, where Pharmie raced as well when...Show More Summary
Ian Poulter twice hit into water on the sixth hole, including his shot from the fifth tee. There was a three-shot swing on one hole, a two-shot swing on another. That was just the final hour of the Honda Classic on Sunday.
Pop quiz: Who is the hottest driver in the Sprint Cup Series right now? (Careful, this is a bit of a trick question.) Daytona 500 winner Joey Logano, you say? Nope. Atlanta winner Jimmie Johnson? Try again. What about Dale EarnhardtShow More Summary
The NASCAR track workers at Sunday’s Sprint Cup Series Race in Atlanta weren’t all that busy, having to deal with just two crashes all afternoon. But they also had to battle a one-hour delay at the start due to morning showers and 43 degree temperatures throughout the course of the race. Those nasty wether conditions seemed to […]
A pair of Georgia car thieves got a little more than they were expecting on Friday morning after they ended up stealing a NASCAR Sprint Cup racecar that was being prepped for this weekend’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at the Atlanta Motor Speedway. Show More Summary
After a storybook beginning, Jeff Gordon’s final full Sprint Cup season has taken an unpleasant turn. He is 2-for-2 so far — in crashes leading to poor finishes, this after winning the pole for the Daytona 500. Gordon led a race-high 87 laps at Daytona before falling out of contention, then he got spun out on the […]
NASCAR rolled out its new rules--rules that weren't in place for the Daytona 500--at Atlanta Motor Speedway. From testing on Thursday, to qualifying on Friday, to the running of the Sprint Cup Series' second race, the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500, the weekend tested all the teams' capacity to adapt to new conditions. Show More Summary
The 2015 Chase for the Sprint Cup commenced with NASCAR's brightest young star in Joey Logano winning, but Sunday's Honor QuikTrip 500 in Atlanta saw Jimmie Johnson's most familiar face in Victory Lane. NASCAR announced the win via Twitter: Johnson...Show More Summary
The six-time Sprint Cup champion won his first race of 2015 Sunday at Atlanta. Jimmie Johnson got the jump on a pivotal restart with 15 laps remaining, fended off Dale Earnhardt Jr. then drove away to win Sunday's NASCAR race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Kevin Harvick finished second, followed by Earnhardt, pole-sitter Joey Logano and Matt Kenseth. Show More Summary
Sprint still isn't done inventing new plans and promos in hopes that you'll sign up. Its latest move? It's launching a Best Buy-only plan that gives you both a smartphone and unlimited service for $65 per month if you get an iPhone 6, or $75 if you p...
Howmanytimeshaveweseenthis fromLeBronJames?AndhowmanytimeshavedefenderslikeJamesHarden optedagainstchallengingTheKingattherim?PickingupwhereheleftoffinamasterfulperformanceagainsttheGoldenStateWarriorsonThursday,LeBron isfullyengagedandcommittedonbothendsagainsttheHoustonRockets.
AT&T and Sprint have announced that they will carry the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. AT&T prepaid brand Cricket Wireless also announced that it would carry the device, as did Vodafone UK.
AT&T, T-Mobile US, and Sprint have all announced their intent to carry the new HTC One M9. UK carrier EE has also announced that they will carry the device. The phone will arrive at some point in spring 2015, with specific availability and pricing information to be announced at a later date.