Tonight the B-Straw & Pauly G Show Road Trip traveled to Dallas and Buffalo. First they drove up to Dallas to talk to Mike Fisher, 105.3 The Fan about the Orlando Scandrick four game suspension for drug use. He also discussed some of the other player issues with the Cowboys recently. Fisher discussed the fact that the Cowboys announced that Tony Romo was ready for camp when he wasn’t caused a stir with fans. Then they flew over to Buffalo to talk to Dave Buchannan, WGR, about the Tony Stewart accident. He says it is impossible to know what Tony Stewart saw due to limited visibility in his vehicle so we may never know but he doesn’t think he intended to hit Kevin Ward Jr with his race car. Buchannan thinks that the accident could have been a split second decision gone wrong.
Lighting was a factor last night in the crash involving Tony Stewart and Kevin Ward Jr
NASCAR writer for the Sporting News, Bob Pockrass, joins Alex and Shaun to discuss the Tony Stewart situation. They talk about why he decided not to race today, the circumstances surrounding the tragedy, and get into whether potentially criminal charges could be filed at some point.
ESPN/ABC is coming under fire this week after using a split screen during the nail-biting end of the Indy 500 showing Helio Castroneves’ galpal instead of the race. He, um, ultimately lost by the way. So that got us thinking which NASCAR Drivers have WAGs who are split screen worthy?
Some of the best American sporting events worth traveling for are the Daytona 500, the Masters Tournament, the Super Bowl the U.S. Open and the World Series.
In the wake of Jimmie Johnson securing his 6th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship, Donovan McNabb expressed his belief that NASCAR drivers are not true athletes. Is he out of line, or is this type of racing in no way a sport?
Before anyone engraves Johnson’s name on the Sprint Cup, a little history lesson is needed. While it has been proven that Johnson can win titles, he has also shown that he can lose them.
A medical examiner says a man who died in the infield during a NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway shot himself in the head.
A man died of a “self-inflicted injury” following a verbal altercation in the infield during a NASCAR race at Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday night, police said.
Authorities in Fort Worth are investigating after a man reportedly died of a “self-inflicted injury” following a verbal altercation Saturday night.