Two years ago, on the eve of the Daytona 500, Kurt Busch spent the day being hustled in and out of NASCAR headquarters, which sit across the street from Daytona International Speedway. Busch was fighting (unsuccessfully) an indefinite suspension over an alleged incident of domestic violence that he was disputing. Twice he walked into NASCAR headquarters to appeal.
Danica Patrick was right in the thick of Sunday’s Daytona 500 when she was forced to exit following a 17-car crash that began when Jimmie Johnson’s No. 48 car was struck by Trevor Bayne’s No. 6 car. After she was cleared by medical personnel, Patrick spoke with For The Win’s Michelle R. Martinelli and put the blame for the crash on NASCAR’s new rule changes, specifically the rule that created staged racing. “The stages are definitely going to add to it,” Patrick said per Martinelli, “because not only is it creating a reason to push at certain points in the race that aren’t anything but the last 20, but you’re also seeing it shuffling the grid up.” But, that wasn’t the only new rule that Patrick
Nice? Rob Gronkowski loves the number 69. He tried to get this woman to say the number on TV at the Daytona 500 and really led her to the finish line. But the whole joke just went right past her. Gronk gives monster girl obvious clue about