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01/17 2018

Dale Earnhardt Jr. Will Be On The Broadcast Team For The Winter Olympics, Of All Things by Alanis King

Imagine some bobsleds behind him. Photo credit: Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images The Olympics are fun. They’re a time when we can sit at a TV, pretending we like other humans as well as our country, all while cheering for athletes whose names we learned 10 minutes ago on Google. The Olympics will be even more […]

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01/15 2018

DAN GURNEY: 1931-2018 All-American racer had success in almost every aspect of motorsport

    Racing legend Dan Gurney died on Sunday at the age of 86.PHOTO BY LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC   BY:  MARK VAUGHN – AUTOWEEK Dan Gurney, the tall, handsome, all-American driver from California, who had success in almost every kind of road racing there is, and who drove in the golden age of Grand Prix and sports […]

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01/14 2018

Christopher Bell Goes Back To Back At The Chili Bowl

(Image Credit: Joe Orth) Bryan Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 13, 2018) With the thunderous applause of packed grandstands, Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell added his name to the history books yet again with his second Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire victory in as many years. Handing Keith Kunz his seventh win as […]

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01/12 2018

Russian Guy Crashes Armored Personnel Carrier Into Store, Steals Wine, Flattens Daewoo By Kristen Lee

Look, we’ve all been there: It’s late and we get a hankering for some wine, but sadly there isn’t any in the house. Time to make a wine run. Somebody grab the armored personnel carrier. A resident in Apatity, Russia (near the top of Finland and north of the Arctic Circle) this week, stole the […]

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