I really had to pee. With only 25 laps left to go and a herd of drunk fans between me and the bathroom, I wasn't sure whether to risk it. After all, i...
"Boogity boogity boogity, let's just go racing!" screams Darrell Waltrip from the booth. That's when you know the green flag has flown and the Daytona 500 is under way.
Word is that quarterback Tom Brady and the Patriots agree to a cap-friendly three-year extension worth only $27 million that will keep him a Patriot until the age of 40.
Part of what it takes to win is being in position at the end of the race, and Danica was there without any fuel strategy or lucky caution to put her there.
The bottom line is Danica needs to put her money where her mouth is. It does not matter that she brings a lot of hype towards herself and NASCAR; if you do not have the goods to back it up, it becomes a moot point.
Sunday was the biggest day for women in the history of auto racing. Danica Patrick, by virtue of being fastest in qualifying at the Daytona Motor Speedway, won the pole position, a first for a woman, meaning she'll start first in next week's Daytona 500 NASCAR event.
My eco-awareness race car was themed after the Academy Award winning documentary The Cove, which exposed the annual slaughter of thousands of dolphins in a small cove in Taiji, Japan.
For the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic on April 15th, the Potomac Nationals have an interesting ballpark promotion. Women and children will be allowed into the ballpark first, 15 minutes before the men.
Is Danica Patrick being scrutinized unfairly for her sexy public image?
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine has banned alcohol in the clubhouse. Some players were accused of drinking beer during games down the stretch when the Red Sox were collapsing last season.
Spring training is the best. Everyone is hopeful, everyone has a chance -- except the Pittsburgh Pirates.
STEVE PARKER'S THE CAR NUT SHOW Saturday, 2/27, LIVE @ 11am Pacific/2pm Eastern on www.TalkRadioOne.com An amazing spectacle in congress this past we...
NASCAR has a penchant for too often being on the wrong side of any opportunity to make itself look good to a national audience.
Saturday 2-20-10 Steve Parker's The Car Nut Show on www.TalkRadioOne.com LIVE at 11am Pacific time. The convoluted Toyota story gets straightened ou...
NASCAR is far from infallible. But in this case, they acted properly. Jamie McMurray's victory should thus carry only one footnote. In this sport, nice guys sometimes do finish first.
What continues to make NASCAR so appealing is its sustained fan engagement. The sport is a living, breathing source for positive interactivity and brand loyalty, and that's what continues to bring fans out.