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Winder native Shipplett part of winning driver 's crew in Daytona 500
Five weeks after the death of the owner’s son and the organization’s president, Joe Gibbs Racing got a much-needed uplift Sunday, winning the Daytona 500 behind Denny Hamlin in the No. 11 car, who won NASCAR’s premier event for the second time in four years.
Pro Stock racers seek fast start to shortened season at NHRA Winternationals
It’s been proven no competitor can win a championship on the first day of any season, but a poor start can create a situation that can put a competitor far enough behind that it’s nearly impossible to catch up.
Daytona 500 in 2 weeks
- 2018: Martin Truex Jr. (Furniture Row Racing No. 78 Toyota) - In 36 races, the Mayetta, NJ native scored four wins, four poles, 20 top-fives, 21 top-tens, had a 9.9 average start, a 10.7 average finish and led 1,016 laps. He earned a spot in the season playoffs, continued through the 3-race Round
LVMS infield media center gets a corporate sponsor
One of the highlights of the upcoming NASCAR open test at Las Vegas Motor Speedway is when drivers are brought into the infield media center to discuss their setups and what they did during the short off-season.
NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Schedule
Sunday, Feb. 10 — Advance Auto Parts Clash, Daytona Beach, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 14 — Duel 1 at Daytona, Daytona Beach, Fla. Thursday, Feb. 14 — Duel 2 at Daytona, Daytona Beach, Fla.
Fans Can Celebrate in Victory Lane at Auto Club 400 - Tix Package
Want to be in Gatorade Victory Lane after the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Auto Club 400 winner captures the checkered flag? Well, here’s your chance! Auto Club Speedway announces the return of the popular Victory Lane Ticket Package where race fans can access the winner’s circle to watch the 20
Axalta paint schemes to star at 25 races in 2019 NASCAR season , including Daytona 500
Axalta’s eye-catching schemes for Hendrick Motorsports’ Nos. 24 and 88 will be lighting up tracks for 25 races in 2019, and it all gets started with William Byron’s flames at the season-opening Daytona 500.