The $99 Family 4 Pack for this fall’s TUMS Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway is a pretty sweet deal and now it’s even sweeter.
NASCAR fans are clamoring for more chances to see their favorite drivers and Charlotte Motor Speedway is listening. Building on its Fans First philosophy, Charlotte Motor Speedway is providing an unprecedented number of opportunities for fans to get closer to the stars of their favorite sport during Bank of America 500 Week Oct. 14-16.
This weekend, NASCAR and Richmond International Raceway will face a unique challenge, that of balancing the excitement of setting the field for the final twelve Chasers for the Sprint Cup Championship while also honoring the memory of American lives lost on September 11th, 2001.
Race fans who want to be race drivers, at least for a day, can get that opportunity at Martinsville Speedway on October 16 when The Racing School revs up at the historic half-mile oval.
With just one more race to go before the Chase begins, four teams are featured among our hottest half dozen.
So, what did we learn at Atlanta? Well, we learned that Clint Bowyer doesn't fight fair.
The Cup Series moved to Atlanta Motor Speedway, hoping to create a new Labor Day tradition of Sunday night racing in spite of the news that Atlanta had lost one of its Cup races for the 2011 season.