It was a championship night in The Freak Nation Sunday night. It started with 2005 NCTS champion Ted Musgrave calling in to let The Freaks share in his weekend of celebrating.
When I hear people refer to sports car racers as being from the “wine and cheese” crowd, I usually dismiss their opinion because they usually don’t know what they’re talking about.
All you Jamie McMurray fans, take note!! Our SpeedFreaks contacts let us in on the new McMurray Irwin/Sharpie car at Roush Racing, the #26 Ford Fusion, that will debut next year.
I personally hold NASCAR drivers to a higher level of moral than any other professional athlete. It would be an insult to what this sport stands for…
The story of NASCAR defending Nextel Cup champion Kurt Busch being suspended by Roush Racing was the leading headline out of Phoenix this weekend.
NASCAR Chase leader Tony Stewart visited The Freak Nation this weekend on our Speed Channel broadcast.
Maturity is elusive at any age. And being a millionaire NASCAR driver doesn’t exempt Kurt Busch from stumbling around in the search for maturity.
He bought his first pair of cowboy boots and he lost his virginity in a whorehouse in Amarillo, Texas.
Michelin is the only one at fault here because they had more than ample time to test tires, are spending more than enough money for research to do so and the track is not a new track; it has been around for a while.
NHRA Funny Car driver Gary Scelzi brought his championship celebration into The Freak Nation Sunday night just a couple hours after winning the title in Pomona.