KYLE BUSCH HITS THE WALL AT THE BRICKYARD

A cut tire at The Brickyard on Sunday sent Kyle Busch into the wall, back to the garage and out of the top 12 for the Chase. Busch currently sits in 14th place with six races to go before the Chase field is finalized. "I think it's pretty self-explanatory that we're trying to fight for a spot in the Chase," Busch said. Video of Busch's bad day, and Robby Gordon's spin, after the jump. Kyle Busch heads to the garage Robby Gordon spinsRelated links:Indianapolis crashesLoose wheel ...

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10 BEST MOVIE CAR CRASHES

What are the coolest car crashes in movie history? This is exactly the type of debate we have around the office while we are supposed to be working. Rather than let this argument - and the heavy yelling and shoving that went with it - go to waste, we decided to take the top 10 and make a list. A great crash is the almost-orgasmic culmination of a great chase scene, so you will notice that most of these crashes follow a classic chase.  Please note that this list does not include Bullitt, w ...

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INDIANAPOLIS CRASHES

After a rare weekend off, the Sprint Cup returns to The Brickyard for the Allstate 400 on Sunday.  The track is a driver and fan favorite that has collected its share of cars since the series began running there in 1994. Compilation of crashes from the 2007 Allstate 400 2004 Restart pileup Kyle Petty hammers the wall 1996 Mike Skinner eats it during practice 1997 Dale Earnhardt Jr. gets punted to the inside wall 2005 Related links:Loose wheel kills Formula Two Dr ...

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‘THE WRECKER’ STEVE WALLACE

The legend of 'The Wrecker' Steve Wallace grows. The Nationwide driver, whom many writers liken to a poor-man's Kyle Busch when it comes to track etiquette, took his act to a new level during Saturday night's Nationwide race at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Ill. While fighting for the 10th position, rookie Scott Lagasse went to the inside of Wallace in the first turn. Wallace did not give much room and wound up against the wall. What happened next is what makes Wallace such a special ...

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LIFELOCK.COM 400 CRASHES

The LifeLock.com 400 was the scene of yet another crash involving Dale Earnhardt Jr. Earnhardt got into Paul Menard, who had been running surprisingly well, setting off a chain reaction that collected Scott Speed and Jeff Burton. Earnhardt, as is usually the case with these wrecks, drove away clean.  Sam Hornish Jr. spins Jimmie Johnson gets into Kurt Busch ... Sonoma all over againRelated links: Chicagoland crashesFatal NASCAR crashes Part OneFatal NASCAR crashes Part TwoKyle ...

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