The NASCAR Sprint Cup went from a motorsport to a boxing matching following the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. The brawl was allegedly instigated when Brad Keselowski and Jeff Gordon made contact following a restart near the end of the race. Show More Summary
Defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson won last Sunday's AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, but he already had been eliminated from the Chase for the Sprint Cup. If that wasn't enough to reduce Johnson's win to a certain level...Show More Summary
With Sunday night’s brawl after the AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway, there have been two fights in the last four races, and with two races remaining on the season and in the 2014 new-format Chase for the Sprint Cup, the intensity is likely to increase even more in the next two weeks. But [...]
NASCAR handed down severe penalties, issuing suspensions and big fines to pit crew members in connection with the brawl that broke out after the Sprint Cup race Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. What, you thought they were going to suspend the drivers? This melee was ratings gold, Jerry, gold. Jeremy Fuller, the rear tire […]
Hendrick Motorsports will not appeal penalties announced today by NASCAR related to a post-race incident Sunday evening at Texas Motor Speedway. “With NASCAR’s new Chase format, we’re seeing an unprecedented level of intensity every single week,” said Rick Hendrick, owner of Hendrick Motorsports. Show More Summary
NASCAR has assessed penalties to crew members from the No. 5 and No. 24 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams for their involvement in post-race incidents on Nov. 2 at Texas Motor Speedway. In addition, the crew chiefs from those two teams also have been penalized. Jeremy Fuller, a crew member with the No. 5 [...]
None of the drivers at the center of the fight on pit road received sanctions, but NASCAR penalized six crewmembers for their involvement. None of the drivers involved in the postrace fight Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway were determined...Show More Summary
Another fracas broke out following a NASCAR race involving Brad Keselowski, this time at Texas Motor Speedway. The two biggest differences this time around? He was caught up with Jeff Gordon on Sunday and neither driver was penalized for his actions. Show More Summary
After Sunday’s post-race brawl at Texas Motor Speedway, Jeff Gordon is left with a dilemma: What to do with Brad Keselowski ? If this was any time during the 26-race regular season, Gordon could very easily come back and play tit-for-tat with Bad Brad in the following race. Show More Summary
Tempers burned hotter than the fires lighting up Victory Lane following the AAA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. Those tempers came from the brawl that brewed from actions on the track and then sparked by Kevin Harvick, who pushed Brad Keselowski from behind. Show More Summary
In juxtaposition to last weekend’s sentimental, hug-filled ending of the NASCAR race at Martinsville Speedway, the ending of the race at the Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday was ugly and punch-filled. That’s thanks to Jeff Gordon, Brad Keselowski and Kevin Harvick who let their anger get the best of them after contention on the track. Per NASCAR.com: […]
It happens every fall, at least in recent years. Jimmie Johnson won the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway for the third straight year, holding off runner-up Kevin Harvick and third-place Brad Keselowski after Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 went to two overtimes. Johnson, who was eliminated from the Chase two weeks ago at Talladega, led the field to the [...]
Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 ended with Jimmie Johnson winning for the fourth time at Texas Motor Speedway, but it was a tense encounter between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski that wound up making headlines. Gordon was about to take leadShow More Summary
A tumultuous race featuring a brawl on pit road saw Jimmie Johnson prevail Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. A race that was fairly sedate in the early going was anything but in the latter stages. Just after Jimmie Johnson charged to his...Show More Summary
First Jimmie Johnson took the checkered flag, then the main event began at Texas Motor Speedway with a full-on brawl between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski.
An ugly brawl broke out at Sunday's A AA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway when Jeff Gordon confronted Brad Keselowski after the event. Gordon apparently took exception to something that he perceived Keselowski did intentionally during the race. Show More Summary
Brad Keselowski is once again at the center of a NASCAR brawl as his squad traded punches with Jeff Gordon's in another display of stock car racing hilarity at Texas Motor Speedway. Read more...
Fireworks erupted on pit road with Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski going at it. A fight between Jeff Gordon and Brad Keselowski broke out on pit road following the NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway on Sunday. Upset with Keselowski, Gordon stopped on pit road and quickly got out of his car and proceeded to confront Keselowski. Show More Summary
NASCAR fighters brawled at the end of the Texas 500 Sunday at the Texas Motor Speedway, and though it’s unclear what touched off (...)
Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage is so butthurt over this weekend's NASCAR race being double-booked with Circuit of the Americas' United States Grand Prix that he's adamant that COTA shouldn't get NASCAR or IndyCar—ever. I hate to break it to you, man, but sound management decisions aren't typically built on butthurt. Read more...