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2 hrs ago | NASCAR Winston Cup Scene
By the end of Sunday's KOBALT 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway , don't be surprised if a familiar face is front-and-center.
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6 hrs ago | Auto Racing Daily
Matt Kenseth won last year's Las Vegas event and has three wins overall at the track - second in the series behind Jimmie Johnson's four Vegas triumphs.
10 hrs ago | Jalopnik
Have you ever wondered why some new cars are driven so sparingly by their owners? Here's the story of an extreme example: a 1997 Land Rover Defender 90 with just fifty miles on the odometer.
14 hrs ago | Sporting News
As Jeff Gordon approached age 40, he hinted often at retirement, not sure how much longer he would race in NASCAR's top series.
15 hrs ago | Auto Racing Daily
Austin Dillon , driving the iconic No. 3, won the Coors Light Pole for the Daytona 500 - an unbelievably cool story.
Since we're still in our post-Oscars comedown phase, let's put Jeff Gordon 's hot start this season into the proper Hollywood context, winding the clock back to The 69th Academy Awards, on March 24, 1997.a "The English Patient" had just cleaned up, despite Elaine Benes' dissatisfaction with the film in an episode of "Seinfeld" that aired two weeks ... (more)
NASCAR driver Jeff Gordon pranks an unsuspecting car salesman, then punks a writer from the automotive website Jalopnik who called the first effort a fake.
Fedora attended the spring race at Martinsville last year when Tech's Frank Beamer drove the pace car.
Wake up, sheeple! You probably still believe that an alleged "Corvette Museum" had a "sinkhole" open under it and swallow up some "cars."
Car racing legend Jeff Gordon didn't take kindly to a web editor calling one of the driver's pranks in 2013 a fake.
He followed up his first Pepsi commercial _ pretending to be a potential client at a car dealership _ with a sequel: Pranking a journalist who labeled the commercial a fake.
It may not have been the most exciting news of the week, at least when it comes to fans of Dale Earnhardt Jr. A reluctant participant on Twitter for years, Earnhardt burst into the Twitterverse this week with a flourish of revealing tweets that have given fans insight into his life they never knew before.
Several tried and true viral video tropes made the cut this week, as the Internet was set afire by a clever celebrity prank, a soaring Pelican wearing a GoPro, a satirical college advertisement, Jimmy Fallon and, of course, a cantankerous cat.
Editor's note: There's so much that's beautiful, funny, smart and informative on the Internet.
The Urban Dictionary defines an "Oscar" as when you "pull off a lie so great it is worthy of a nomination."