Travis experiences one of his busiest racing weeks of the year. After a win at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, it’s off to the Delaware Speedway in Ontario, Canada, before making his way to the Chicagoland Speedway for some TORC racing with Nitro Circus pals, Jolene Van Vugt and Matt Crafton. After a podium finish in his first race, Travis isn’t so lucky in his second one, flipping his car in the TORC Pro 2X4 event. Next episode: www.youtube.com Previous episode: www.youtube.com All episodes: www.youtube.com New episodes every other Monday! Follow Travis on Twitter @TravisPastrana twitter.com and Facebook: www.facebook.com @LynZskate twitter.com ___________________________________________________________ Experience the world of Red Bull like you have never seen it before. With the best action sports clips on the web and YouTube exclusive series, prepare for your “stoke factor” to be at an all time high. Red Bull on Facebook: win.gs Red Bull on Twitter: win.gs Subscribe to Red Bull on Youtube: www.youtube.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
A truly incredible video from the late Mark Schlatter, a professional skydiver, flying the American flag into Bristol Motor Speedway prior to a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event. This breathtaking video gives fans and viewers a behind-the-scenes and upclose view of what it’s like to enter the 160000 seat stadium from high above the half-mile oval.
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***Please Read*** Well, its finally here. My computer bombed out for over a month, thats why this hasnt been finished until now. I think this is probably my best ever. For some reason, there is a skip in the music around 1:17, and it set the timing off on some things, but it isnt too bad. Hopefully you like it. FYI, for some reason, the music was put back on Nascar At Its Greatest #8, so you can now watch that… www.youtube.com ********** I dont know if I should do this or not, but I think I am going to be calling it quits. I have lost interest in gaming. For the years that I have had this game, I have met some amazing people, and seen some amazing things, but it has just become old now. You viewers are amazing, and I thank you so much for doing what you do. You comments, suggestions, ratings and everything are all appreciated, and I couldnt have done this without you. I am not sure what I am going to do. I originally had intentions of finishing off the series at #10, and then starting a new series, using your ideas. If that is what you guys want, then I will think about it. Let me know if you would like me to keep on going with the videos through a PM or a comment on here, it would be greatly appreciated. It is you that got me to where I am, so you can help me decide if its time to hang up the keys. If not, then this might be my last video. Anyways, hopefully you enjoy this, Rate Comment, and Enjoy 24Camshaft24 Video Rating: 4 / 5
Let’s Play NASCAR Racing 2003 Season, perhaps the greatest racing simulator ever made! This was the last in the series developed by Papyrus, before EA Sports bought the exclusive rights to NASCAR games in 2003 and ruined it for everyone! In this introductory “prologue” episode, I’m testing out whether or not this would make for a good gaming commentary series. I head to Chicagoland Speedway for a single weekend, including practice, qualifying and a 27-lap race. It has been about 5 or 6 years since I’ve last played, so it feels like I’m starting out from scratch! The racing wheel controller I’m using is a Logitech WingMan Formula Force GP. Thanks for watching! Like, favorite, subscribe and let me know what you think about continuing this as a series in the comments! Video Rating: 4 / 5
Few hundred yards after a restart Tony Stewart bumped Kasey Kahne to the wall taking him out of the race along with Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Jeff Burton, Dave Blaney, Scott Riggs, and John Andretti. That was just the beginning. Kasey Kahne pit crew charged into Tony Stewart pits confronting them about the accident. Both pit crews end up fighting and scuffling with each other. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Kurt Busch to do double duty at Iowa Speedway in 2012
DES MOINES, Iowa — Former NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kurt Busch says he's planning to run both Nationwide series races at Iowa Speedway this season. Busch says he's slated to run both the May 20 and August 4 races in Iowa this season in the No. Read more on CBSSports.com