DODGE AWARDS 2010 NASCAR NATIONWIDE SERIES CHAMPION BRAD KESELOWSKI WITH COMMEMORATIVE 2011 DODGE CHALLENGER...
In celebration of its first NASCAR Nationwide Series championship, Dodge awarded 2010 champion Brad Keselowski with “The Biggest Trophy In NASCAR – Imported From Detroit – today during ceremonies at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Technology has become synonymous with racing. We see it in the changes NASCAR has made in the cars over the years, in the tech process, communications, even the “world’s biggest television” that Bruton Smith installed on the backstretch at Charlotte Motor Speedway just a couple of seasons ago. Why wouldn’t we expect to see it in track drying process?
“I think with my experience in the Cup Series for the last two years, these nine races, I have to go win some. I have to prove that I should be here and I think winning means that.”
Jeremy Clements finished 15th Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, earning his sixth consecutive top 15 finish this year. Even more encouraging, in his last eight races, his lowest result has been a 16th place finish at Pocono Raceway.
A collection of world class Monster Energy action sports athletes welcomed Kyle and Kurt Busch to the Monster Energy team today with the announcement of a multi-year agreement as primary sponsor of the team’s No. 54 Monster Energy Camry in the NASCAR Nationwide Series for Kyle Busch Motorsports.
From singing music on the streets of Nashville to participating in The Voice competition, Megan Ruger fulfilled another dream of singing the National Anthem in one of her biggest venues yet, the NASCAR race track at Dover, Delaware.
Aaron Studwell is a name NASCAR fans may or may not know. For those who are unfamiliar with him, he runs RACEWeather.net and collaborates with Brian Neudorff forecasting the weather for NASCAR races on their Patreon page.
Christopher Bell took the checkered flag in Saturday's O'Reilly 300 at Texas Motor Speedway, punching his ticket to the Championship Round in Homestead-Miami in two weeks.
My NASCAR writing journey began nine years ago when my daughter went away to college. As an only child, she decided I would be very lonely without her. She saw an ad for NASCAR writers on a then new website called Bleacher Report. So, she signed me up and off I went writing all sorts of posts, some of which were really awful and some of which were only semi-awful. But it was great fun and I met some wonderful writers, editors, and photographers, many who have become lifetime friends.
Busch Balcony Returns! Talladega Superspeedway and Anheuser-Busch Continue Multi-Year Partnership with Unique Fan Experience
Talladega Superspeedway is proud to continue its partnership with Anheuser-Busch with the return of Busch Balcony - premium seating and hospitality that towers over the exit of turn - for the excitement of two nail-biting NASCAR playoff races during the “Wildcard” weekend, Oct. 13-15.