Beautiful Women, Cars, and Jokes. What else is there?
by The Keeper April 21, 2016

Woo-hoo! Tony Stewart will return toamateur-wehavebush competition this weekend at Richmond International Raceway. The three-time Sprint Cup champion has been sidelined since late January after sustaining a burst fracture of the L1 vertebra in an off-road vehicle accident. Richmond is one of his favorite tracks and where he got his first win in Nascar, so it’s a good choice for his return.


Okay, so what better way to wrap up the week than with another new amateur photo, right? Enjoy the photo and the usual Friday double babes and double jokes!




Keep, I have amateur goodness for ya that rights a major wrong in the world today. For way to long now women have been completely shaved and i say enough! ENOUGH!! Please help by showing my girlfriend and her big beautiful bush! It’s time to make America great again and bring back the bush! -Anonymous

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by The Keeper April 20, 2016


Hot damn tamale, baby! The 100th running of the Indianapolis 500 will take place on Sunday, May 29th! And for the 9th time in history the Chevrolet Camaro has been chosen as the official pace car. But not just any Camaro. No sir! For the 100th anniversary of the greatest spectacle in racing, they needed something special and that’s exactly what they got. Chevrolet will deliver four 2017 50th anniversary special edition Indy 500 Camaros to the illustrious speedway. And with such a special car, just any driver wouldn’t do. They needed someone special. Someone with a rich history in racing, a true motor sports legend, Roger Penske!


A badass driver in a badass car for a century-old race… bring on the 100th Indianapolis 500!




With Camaro celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2017, Chevy announced that a special 2017 Camaro SS 50th Anniversary Edition will be the official pace car of the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500. Driving the special pace car will be motor sports legend Roger Penske who is also celebrating his 50th anniversary as a race team owner.


Chevrolet will prepare four identical pace cars to support the race. The Camaro pace cars feature an exclusive Abalone White exterior with the “100th Running of the Indianapolis 500” graphics on the doors and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway logo on the quarter panels. The Camaro SS is powered by the LT1 V8 and makes 455 horsepower.


This will be the ninth time Camaro has paced the Indianapolis 500 and the first since 2014 when the 2014 Camaro Z/28 coupe led the pack.

“Chevrolet and Roger Penske are inextricably linked to the heritage of the Indianapolis 500,” said J. Douglas Boles, president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway. “When he leads the pack on May 29, behind the wheel of the Camaro SS, he will drive the race into its next 100 years and strengthen the bond Chevrolet and Indianapolis forged a century ago.”


Roger Penske first tackled the Indianapolis 500 as a team owner in 1969 with driver Mike Donohue. Later, his stable of drivers would include some of the great names in racing including Mario Andretti, Al Unser and Rick Mears. Penske will be going for his 17th Indy 500 win as a team owner in 2016.


Camaro has paced the Indianapolis 500 nine times with the first generation Camaro RS/SS Convertible pacing the 1967 race. Here are the Camaro Indy 500 Pace Cars over the years:


1967 – RS/SS convertible
1969 – RS/SS convertible
1982 – Z28 coupe
1993 – Z28 coupe
2009 – SS coupe (2010 model)
2010 – SS coupe
2011 – SS convertible
2014 – Z/28 coupe
2016 – Camaro SS (2017 50th Anniversary Edition)


The 100th running of the greatest spectacle in racing is Sunday, May 29th at 12 noon.


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by The Keeper April 19, 2016


Here’s something that you don’t see every day. It’s called “The Leap of Faith” and it involves Damien Walters doing a backflip over a speeding Formula E car. Yeah, that’s with his back to the oncoming Formula E car.




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