Former NASCAR Whelen All American Series national champion Lee Pulliam of Alton, Virginia continued his recent domination of South Boston Speedway Saturday night, winning the 100-lap NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Division race that headlined the NASCAR Late Model 100 racing program.
Takuma Sato was able to fend off a hard-charging Ed Carpenter at the line in a thrilling finish at World Wide Technology Raceway.
Formula one, widely known as F1, is one of the most popular motorsports in the world. Watching the high-speed automobiles battle in the races is usually an exciting thrill, no wonder F1 boasts of millions of fans globally. When you think of high-tech automobiles battling in high-intense races, you can hardly go without mentioning F1, to top it all; fans do more than enjoy the thrills as they also participate by wagering on their favorite drivers.
Amelia High School Freshman Pembelton Having Surprising Rookie Season In Limited Sportsman Division At...
When Brian Pembelton retired from racing a few years back, his wife April probably sighed a sigh of relief with visions of Saturday nights away from the racetrack.
Michael Self took the lead from dirt specialist Logan Seavey on lap 56 and held on from there, even in an overtime restart with a two lap restart, Self went onto win the Allen Crowe 100. It was Self's first time on dirt in a stock car, but it sure didn't look like it.