This past year, J.R. Fitzpatrick took on running the entire NASCAR Canadian Tire Series schedule, with his goals set on winning the championship.
We learned that with the palm trees lining the track and the mountains in the background, it can be a picturesque place to watch a race.
In a time when money is tight and people are having a hard time with funding, NASCAR Sprint Cup driver Kyle Busch is going against the norm and expanding.
In spite of California’s Auto Club Speedway being admittedly hard hit by the economy, high unemployment, and by NASCAR, losing its second race for the 2011 season, the track put on a surprisingly good show.
In his usual style and in spite of a pit road speeding penalty, Kyle Busch powered his way to his twelfth race win in the CampingWorld.com 300 at Auto Club Speedway.
Tony Stewart held off Clint Bowyer and Jimmie Johnson in the final laps and won Sunday's Pepsi Max 400 at Auto Club Speedway.