NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth takes soldiers from Fort Bragg on a fast drive around the 1.5-mile Charlotte Motor Speedway in a Toyota Camry pace car on Thursday, May 11. The track revealed some prerace activities for the May 28 Coca-Cola 600.
South Carolina head football coach Will Muschamp pays a visit to Darlington Raceway, and gets a ride around the track. Muschamp received a pace car ride around the high banks of the 1.366-mile egg-shaped oval.
NASCAR teams returned to Daytona International Speedway on Thursday ready for practice. Unfortunately the day was marred by rain showers until late afternoon. The window allowed the Camping World Series to hit the track prior to the Can-Am Duel ra
President Barack Obama hosted 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch and his team at the White House on Sept. 28, 2016. During his speech, the president quipped, "I think there were some people who thought we were going to see a Bush back here
With NASCAR races taking place across the country throughout the sport's 10-month season, everything a team needs to compete must be brought with it, sometimes from hundreds of miles away. This is where team members like Mark Ellis come in.
Bluffton's Gus Dean was already a rising star before taking the checkers at the General Tire 200 at the Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway on April 29, 2016. But since that win – in just his second career start in the ARCA Racing Series – Dean, 21, is
Beaufort's Crystal Corley says she can just afford the rent at her low-income apartment, but now she has to move with short notice because the complex, Lady's Pointe, is going to market rates. Here she describes her frustration.
South Carolina football quarterback Jake Bentley says he prefers to spend time in the QB meeting room watching film as opposed to watching it on his team-issued iPads because he's "not a big technology guy."
South Carolina football coach Pat Washington said seniors Jacob August and K.C. Crosby are picking up where Hayden Hurst left off and assuming leadership roles in the Gamecocks' tight end room throughout fall camp.
South Carolina football coach Bobby Bentley talks about the Gamecocks' four running backs - Ty'Son Williams, Rico Dowdle, A.J. Turner and Mon Denson - and picks two who have separated themselves as top performers this preseason.