On Monday with just six days until the Daytona 500, Brad Keselowski – the No. 2 Ford driver for Team Penske – guessed it was his last night to enjoy the sites around the Daytona International Speedway before solely focusing on winning the 500 for the first time. So what did he do? He – along with his new wife, Paige, who also doubled as his videographer – jumped on Facebook Live and popped by the campsite of unsuspecting NASCAR fans just to say, “Hi.” He also had party favors with him. It was like Christmas at Daytona as Keselowski brought the fans some race swag – including t-shirts and a hats. Oh, and a case of Miller Lite, which has been the primary sponsor of Penske’s No. 2 for more than
The hiring of Bill Belichick seems pretty obvious in hindsight. He’s won so many Super Bowl rings he has to rename his boat every other year . But in 2000 it wasn’t entirely obvious to many people. Patriots president Jonathan Kraft recalled on Tuesday night’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” (will air at 10 p.m. ET on HBO) that there “wasn’t one person” who thought the Pats should hire Belichick. But his dad, Robert Kraft, who also took aim at critics during the segment , was dead set on doing it. “There wasn’t one person who said to do it. I learned a long, long, long time ago, when my dad says his gut says something is the right decision -- he’s always right,” Jonathan Kraft said. “He’s never
Rory McIlroy hit the course with Donald Trump for a round this weekend at Trump International as the Northern Irishman recovers from a rib injury. Clear Sports published a photo to Twitter of McIlroy posing with Trump and two others on the course on Sunday, and No Laying Up confirmed McIlroy's appearance with the star.