Thursday April First...aka April Fool's Day, so can we have some fun? Maybe it's because we have all become too politically correct, or maybe it's b...
Why not discipline a driver for committing an intentional "foul," where the foul can kill the driver or even a spectator? What were they thinking? Where's the line here?
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In today's LA Times, Fox Sports chief David Hill says 3-D will be "tremendously beneficial to auto sports". He also runs Speed TV which carries some N...
Toyota is finding out it's not the crime, but the cover-up, which screws you. They should have studied Richard Nixon's presidency.
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NASCAR has a penchant for too often being on the wrong side of any opportunity to make itself look good to a national audience.
With billionaire Meg Whitman spending like a Russian oligarch, it's inevitable that the race for California governor will be the most expensive in the country.
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.
#5: Musical introductions for players coming to bat. This has been on my list for several years. Once a game is OK. Twice, we're stretching.
As the fantasy gaming space evolves more and more into the mainstream, no one is more positioned to be a leader and innovator in the space than RotoHog.com Chief Executive Officer, Kelly Perdew.
I propose that every elected politician be required to spend a given amount of time before an election sitting in a window with a sign around their necks proclaiming how much it will cost for their vote.
NASCAR, in an effort to bring back the sizzle, is relaxing its rules. NASCAR president Mike Helton said, "If you ain't rubbing, you ain't racing." Words to live by.
Yes, the Professional Bull Riders invitational, in New York, in the second weekend in January every year, is successful.
With the rink up earlier, more digital involvement, the inclusion of legends in a signature first puck drop before the holidays, this year's Winter Classic will have legs well beyond the New Year's game.