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NASCAR sanctioned online racing series launches in 2010

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on May 20th, 2009

nascarirace-sbI am a big car guy. I love cars, specifically sports, muscle and exotic cars. Car racing is cool; I used to race autocross and loved it. What I can’t watch for long is NASCAR. I get really bored watching cars going around in circles for hours.

NASCAR is one of the most popular sports in America though and has fans all over the country. NASCAR announced a new sanctioned online racing series today in conjunction with iRacing that will let fans race against each other and against some of their favorite NASCAR drivers starting in 2010.

Transplant’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. GPS

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2009

Transplant's Dale Earnhardt Jr. GPSAre you one of those people who have to buy things just because they’re branded with Nascar Images? Well then this one is for the good ‘ol boys. If GPS had existed during the Dukes Of Hazard, this would have been the car’s GPS. Consider it KITT’s redneck cousin, saying things like, “Yeeeehaw” and “You might want to stop for that dead possum Bo”.

Dale Earnhardt Jr can handle the job with his soothing voice in this special edition Rightway Spotter GPS from Transplant and ALK Technologies. His voice will tell you distances, street names, and to “park it” when you’re there.

NASCAR Helmet with Radio and CD Player

Posted in Radio by Conner Flynn on November 13th, 2008

NASCAR Helmet with Radio and CD PlayerIt’s like somebody decapitated a Nascar robot for your musical enjoyment. While I’m not a big fan of watching cars go around in circles all day myself, while hearing phrases like “y’all” and “get her done” and the like, this makes me actually want to see a robot Nascar driver. There’s just something cool about LED’s under a helmet and a CD tray mouth branded with my favorite home renovation store.

It’s an AM/FM radio and CD player helmet, designed like the one Tony Stewart wears when driving his #20 Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing. Comes with a remote control. It would also double as a nice psycho trophy for the unbalanced Nascar fan who hasn’t managed to get close enough to bring home a head of their own for their desk. It will cost you $140 from Wal-Mart. Just where you might expect to get a gem like this.