Enthusiastic Dogecoin-toting Reddit users pooled together a chunk of cryptocurrency change to sponsor a Nascar driver at Talladega Superspeedway.
Nascar hopes to draw fans with a high-tech car and a tighter field than ever. CNET Road Trip 2013 took in the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to see if it works.
Nascar recently launched a new generation of its flagship car. But is it enough to keep fans (and drivers) happy as the cars top 175 miles an hour? CNET's Daniel Terdiman took Road Trip 2013 to the Brickyard 400 to find out.
Shop 'til you drop? How about shop 'til you hit ludicrous speed in your tricked-out shopping cart with a V8 engine.
Was Nascar's attempt to take down a YouTube video taken by a spectator of yesterday's Daytona crash motivated by respect for the victims or fear for its own image? YouTube reverses the takedown.
An ad featuring driver Brad Keselowski runs during the 2012 Pocono 400 Nascar race. Could this be Twitter's attempt at selling that complicated concept: the hashtag?
Cisnet's NASCAR PC will please the racing fan who's just getting into computers, but we can't imagine anyone else getting into this themed budget PC.
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The next logical proving ground for Google's self-driving car project is to race against Nascar drivers, except it's April Fools' Day.
Nascar drivers don't normally have passengers along for the ride, but Brad Keselowski's iPhone and Twitter account got a coveted seat in the cockpit during the Daytona 500.
A compilation of fabulous NASCAR crashes.