The unsung heroes of each NASCAR race weekend drive trucks. Big trucks
The heroes of NASCAR, well we all know their faces and names, but the unsung heroes are the truck driver's who make sure their $2 to $3 million dollars worth of equipment and cars make across the country to each racing venue in one piece.
Dean Jones was watching his son Mike compete in the Halifax Insurance 100 race on June 16, 2018 at a Virginia speedway when Mike’s car hit off a competitor while making a turn, spinning the vehicle out of control, crashing and catching fire.
Star-Telegram Digital Reporter, Prescotte Stokes III, took a chauffeured ride around Fort Worth in an Indycar stopping at a Whataburger, Kroger and the Fort Worth Stockyards. The response from people on the streets, "Is that your car?"
30 Seconds to Mars front man, and Academy Award winner, Jared Leto hit TMS and turned some laps with NASCAR Xfinity driver Tyler Reddick as part os Letor's cross-country trip to promote his new album, "America."
The yellow race car brought onto the stage at the Texas Motor Speedway's media day looked very familiar to racing fans in attendance, including three-time Indianapolis 500 winner Johnny Rutherford. It was a replica birthday cake version of his fam
The Fort Worth racetrack partnered with Audacity Brew House in Denton to create No Limits Checkered Past, an easy-drinking craft beer that will make its debut at the Duck Commander 500 in early April and then be available in stores.
After 20 years, Everman will have a new head football coach in defensive coordinator Dale Matlock. The Bulldogs, who return 14 starters, have had much playoff success including state titles in 2001 and 2002.