LOL RACE PICS: DANICA PATRICK FAIL

 In the author's defense, it's not like anyone had time to prepare for Danica Patrick's arrival to NASCAR. It was sprung on all of us so suddenly. Thanks, LOL Race Pics. Related links:Photo finish at ACSFore! ...

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SPORTING EVENT MARRIAGE PROPOSAL FAIL

Let this video be a lesson to all of you would-be Sporting Event Romeos. Many women do not appreciate being proposed to in front of thousands of people. Hence, the reaction of "Blueshirt Bride" Melissa at this New York Rangers game. Happy Valentine's Day, dude.Oprah is an idiot (The Sporting Blog)The 30 hottest fictional cheerleaders (Bleacher Report)Who wants to be a Bellator Ring Girl? (Cage Potato) 5 not-so-inspirational Winter Olympic moments (Gunaxin)Brief history of pretty m ...

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CRIS COLLINSWORTH NASCAR FAIL

 Once a Cincinnati Bungle, always a Cincinnati Bungle.Goodbye Ickey Shuffle, hello LT Dance (YouTube)Italian soccer announcer loses his mind when team scores - gasp! - two goals in a row (Dirty Tackle)Packers fan cries on subway (Deadspin)1920s reporter crashes a bunch of press conferences (YouTube)Hockey hair: A tribute (Gunaxin)Talking electronics with Torii Hunter (Blue Workhorse)Leather briefcase giveaway (Made Man)As featured on CNN: Dog senses Northern California earthquake (Break)Dea ...

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ROAD COURSE FAIL

Montreal isn't the easiest road course to race. Maybe it's the French signage. Maybe it's the contact buzz from all of the Molson fumes wafting in from the grandstands. Or maybe it's because Steven Wallace thinks Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is French for "wreck everyone in sight." Whatever the reason, last weekend's racing in Montreal provided a month's worth of highlights, all of which were documented by ESPN in the zany video below. Montreal's greatest slips (NASCAR)Related links:Sc ...

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OBAMA NASCAR HISTORY FAIL

President Obama just can't get his facts straight. No, I'm not talking about health care reform. I'm talking about NASCAR. At Wednesday's White House ceremony honoring defending Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson,  the president touched on the history of NASCAR, saying, "You know, it’s fitting that you’ve all come here to the White House - the American people’s house - because NASCAR is a uniquely American sport.  Since its humble beginnings, when moonshiners rac ...

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