In any professional sport, the debate always rages about who is the greatest of all time in that particular sport. That's what G.O.A.T. stands for, by the way --"Greatest of All Time."The sport of NASCAR is no different about who is the greatest driver of all time. The reality is it's a debate that will never be settled.
You can't blame Kasey Kahne and the No. 5 team for feeling a little queasy after Sunday's Brickyard 400.But Kasey and his crew weren't the only ones feeling sick at IMS.Enjoy the best in-car audio from Indianapolis Motor Speedway in another edition of NASCAR Race Hub's "Radioactive."
A lot was happening in the Murray household the weekend of the NFL Draft, with Aaron getting drafted by the Chiefs and big brother Josh getting engaged to 'The Bachelorette' -- yes, they knew back then. And yes, they're still engaged -- and happy.
Just the appearance of LeBron James at an event is usually enough to create a buzz. Throw in the Cleveland Cavaliers superstar ripping off everything he's wearing, then throwing it to the crowd and you've got hysteria.
One of the best things about NASCAR is the philanthropic efforts of people in the sport.Last weekend, Richard Petty and driver Aric Almirola, with the help of sponsor Eckrich, presented a new wheelchair to an 11-year-old who suffers from Spina Bifida.
We all should have such problems -- whether to retain Adrian Peterson or Jamaal Charles in a fantasy football keeper league. That's where Delia Light is right now, and even though she stares at a No. 25 jersey signed by the very player who 'saved my life,' she might be more willing to sever ties with the stud KC running back than the Chiefs were.
Helen Moser, a dedicated Philadelphia Flyers fan, celebrated her 104th birthday recently. During her birthday party — a Flyers-themed celebration, mind you, where she and attendees sported Flyers jerseys — celebrating her century-plus-four-years on the planet, an extra-special and unannounced guest paid a visit to the festivities.