Defending Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski joined HLN in Studio H Thursday morning, and Robin Meade challenged him to a little race -– video game race, that is. It ended up just as you might expect:
The Daytona 500 took place Sunday as scheduled, despite a fiery crash in Saturday's Nationwide Event.
At least 28 people were injured, including 2 fans in critical condition who were later stabilized. A large number of those fans were released in time to see Jimmie Johnson win the Daytona 500 on Sunday.
Five-time NASCAR Champion Jimmie Johnson lives life in the fast lane. He is on the road just about every weekend of the season — nine months a year. Johnson eases the strains of life on the road by bringing his family along with him. Every Thursday, Jimmie, wife Chandra and 2-year-old daughter Genevieve head out to racetracks across America from Miami to Talladega to Northern California -- as a family.
Jimmie and Chandra documented some of their most intimate moments in the new book “On the Road.” Photographer Missy McLamb traveled with the Johnsons for the last 10 weeks of the 2011 season, the Chase for the Championship and captured moments behind closed doors to give fans a view of the champion they haven’t seen before.
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