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One-on-One with Bill McAnally

Known as the namesake for Bill McAnally Racing, Bill McAnally is no stranger to success. Aside from being the owner of a seven-time K&N Pro Series West-championship organization, McAnally also teamed up with two-time Pro Series West champion (both titles were won with McAnally) Brendan Gaughan and his father Michael Gaughan to win two Camping World Truck Series races and the Rookie of the Year honors in 2002.

A Plan Fit For A King

When Andrew Murstein entered into negotiations to purchase Richard Petty Motorsports from George Gillett in 2010, he didn’t have to look further than the name of the team to come up with a partner. While the President of Medallion Financial Group was eager to become a sports owner after raising $220 million to establish a sports fund in 2008, he didn’t know much about NASCAR.

One on One with XFINITY Series Driver Ryan Reed

With a win to start off the 2017 NASCAR XFINITY Series, Roush-Fenway Racing driver Ryan Reed is currently fourth in points and in position to make a run for his first series championship in his fourth full season.

How a kid from Long Island ended up owning a NASCAR team

Growing up on Long Island, Andrew Murstein was a huge sports fan. He was even a big WWE fan cheering on the likes of Andre the Giant and Bruno Sammartino. In fact, one of the three objectives that he had when entering the real world, along with owning a bank and entering politics, was to own a sports team.

One on One with NASCAR K&N Pro Series Driver Jesse Iwuji

Texas native Jesse Iwuji is a rarity in the NASCAR garage. That isn't because he's one of a growing number of minorities in the garage. Rather, it's because the full-time K&N Pro Series West driver is also an active-duty member of the United States military.

Ryan Reed’s Passion to Win Equaled by his Passion for Diabetes Awareness

DARLINGTON, S.C. -- After a top-15 finish at Darlington Raceway, Reed is only one race away from cementing his place in the inaugural XFINITY Series Chase for the Championship.

Ryan Preece – Fueling his Passion to Win

Ryan Preece is the consummate racer. It’s not only his career choice, it’s the driving force that fuels his passion for winning. The NASCAR Next alum began racing full-time in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour in 2007. The following year, he became the youngest driver in the series history to capture a pole. Preece won the championship in 2013 and claimed another first as the youngest champion in the NWMT history.

Chris Buescher Pays Tribute To Dad

It may be an off-weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, but for Chris Buescher, driver of the No. 34 Ford Fusion for Front Row Motorsports, it is a special one as he pays tribute to his dad for Father’s Day.

NASCAR BTS: Kalahari Resorts Goes NASCAR Racing

Sometimes sponsor and NASCAR relationships just click, which was definitely the case when Kalahari Resorts in the Pocono Mountains decided to sponsor the Richard Childress Racing No. 31 Chevrolet of Ryan Newman.

Brandon Gdovic Brings Travel Bug to Pocono

XFINITY Series racer Brandon Gdovic has been throughout the United States and Europe to race, but he is excited that his travels have brought him to Pocono Raceway to participate in the inaugural Pocono Green 250.