NASCAR driver Brandon Brown discovered the crowd were not shouting support of him, but against President Joe Biden.
The chant has previously been sung by crowds at college football games and the Ryder Cup in recent weeks.
The anti-Joe Biden chant has become popular among crowds at sporting events across the country.
Starbucks, Tampax, Tinder and TikTok are among some of the brands changing their social media pictures after a viral video awfully redesigned them.
"I'd rather have a summer break and not have all the breaks at the beginning of the year," Harvick said.
Post Malone, who featured on the 2020 track "Tommy Lee" is seen in his new music video with rocker Tommy Lee.
Alright, alright, alright! McConaughey delivered the address as grand marshal at the Austin race in only a way that McConaughey can do.
"The Crew" on Netflix was released alongside "Wheelin' & Dealin', The Bobby Spencer Story," leading viewers to wonder whether the Kevin James comedy is based on real NASCAR events.
Joey Logano and Brad Keselowski collided on the final lap to trigger a multi-car pileup, as Michael McDowell clinched a first-ever NASCAR Cup Series win.
The Ford driver was a 100-1 longshot on Sunday but capitalized on a last lap crash to triumph at Daytona for the first time.
Another big wreck on the final lap of the Daytona 500 shaped the final standings of the 2021 race. It was the 358th career race for McDowell, and his first win.
The 16-car pileup started with a bump draft, and among those affected were Kurt Busch, Ryan Newman, Jamie McMurray and Martin Truex Jr.
Storm could wreak havoc at Daytona 500 this weekend on the 20th Anniversary of Dale Earnhardt's deadly crash.
The Daytona 500, which was the last major American sporting event before the COVID-19 pandemic, will have 30,000 fans in the stands this Sunday.
The bottom half of the top 10 include a social justice issue, a major gender barrier broken, a Super Bowl victory that took 50 years to accomplish and two huge COVID-related postponements.
"It's not like I wanted any of this extra attention. It just kind of happened," Wallace told Newsweek. "You're put into places for a reason and it's up to you how to navigate through it."
The country music world paid tribute to the passing of another great artist, who died recently at the age of 67.
Despite some people from the sports world praising Favre, a number of people felt it was hypocritical that people often tell athletes to "stick to sports" yet cheered on the former Packers QB for endorsing Trump.
Major League Baseball owners and commissioners donated the most money, and NASCAR had the highest percentage sent to Republicans. Here's a breakdown of six pro sports leagues over six years, including 2020.
The 2014 Cup Rookie of the Year was suspended indefinitely in April after uttering a racial slur during an eSport event.
The six-time NBA champion will form a team with Denny Hamlin after purchasing the Cup Series charter from Germain Family Racing.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans claimed responsibility for the stunt, less than a month after it had flown a banner calling for NASCAR to be defunded.
"I don't know why he does this," the former secretary of state said.
South Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham said NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace has nothing to apologize for and he rebuked President Donald Trump's Monday tweet defending the confederate flag.
The White House stands by President Donald Trump's call for a Black NASCAR driver to apologize after a noose was reported hanging in his garage stall at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama last month, even though the driver wasn't the person who reported the rope.
After Donald Trump launched false accusations against a Black NASCAR driver, one of the drivers who stood up for Bubba Wallace has seemingly retracted his criticism of the president.
The political action committee (PAC) called Patriots for America spent $350,000 to sponsor Corey LaJoie's car for nine races, starting this Sunday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
A Tennessee-based SCV group claimed responsibility for the Confederate flag flyover at Talladega, saying NASCAR's banning of the flag was "un-American," and that it trampled on "First Amendment rights of free expression" for Southerners.
It happened Wednesday after a controversial statement.
An FBI investigation concluded the noose found in the NASCAR driver's garage was simply a pull rope.