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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — At some point, Ted Christopher may slow down. If the start to 2011 is any indication, that day isn’t anytime soon.
The Plainville, Conn., driver collected wins across three series – two in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, one in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, and another at Thompson (Conn.) International Speedway in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series – over the last month.
Seven starts, four wins, five top fives.
And that’s just in the last 30 days.> More
AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico – Starting at the back of the field in Sunday’s Aguascalientes 240 didn’t hamper the efforts of Rogelio López as he was able to work his way through the 34-car field to earn the NASCAR Mexico Series victory at Nuevo Autódromo de Aguascalientes.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR has announced dates and sites for its 2011 postseason championship celebrations. Riding the momentum of 2010’s highly successful awards shows, all of this year’s events will return to the same sites.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony will again be held at Wynn Las Vegas. This year, the ceremony is set for Friday, Dec. 2 and will feature the top 10 drivers in the final series standings. The event will culminate NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week in Las Vegas.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Brett Moffitt collected plenty of hardware at Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway, claiming the 21 Means 21 Pole Award presented by Coors Light and then taking home the big trophy after leading every lap in winning the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150.
The dominating fashion that he won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East opener also earned the Grimes, Iowa, driver another award. His victory impressed the panel of auto racing writers and NASCAR representatives enough to earn the top spot in the first regular-season edition of the Hunter Index.> More
SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, Mexico – Not to be outdone by his younger sibling, Jorge Goeters picked up his first win of the 2011 NASCAR Mexico Series season in the Potosina 200 Sunday afternoon in front of a near capacity crowd at Autódromo Potosino. Little brother Patrick Goeters, won the season opener on March 20 in Monterrey, Mexico and finished eighth in this event.> More
SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, Mexico – Two-time and defending NASCAR Mexico Series champion Germán Quiroga continues to lead the way at Autódromo Potosino by winning the Motorcraft Pole Position Saturday for the Potosina 200.
Quiroga won at Potosino last Sept. 5 en route to his second consecutive series title. He navigated the half-mile oval in 21.801 seconds for a lap speed of 82.565 mph. It was his first pole win at the track and the seventh of his career.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Patrick Goeters started from the pole and went on to win the Regia 200 Sunday in NASCAR Mexico Series action at Autódromo Monterrey. It was the 2011 season-opening race and the 100th event in series history.
Goeters drove the No. 03 AC Delco Chevrolet to his fourth series career win and first since Sept. 6, 2009. He beat two-time and defending series champion Germán Quiroga to the line by 3.050 seconds.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Nothing like a gift from family. Patrick Goeters assumed the pole position for Sunday’s Regia 200 in NASCAR Mexico Series qualifying on Saturday at Autódromo Monterrey (Mexico) after his older brother, Jorge, failed post-qualifying technical inspection.
Patrick Goeters posted a time of 75.411 seconds for an average speed of 94.904 mph on the 1.988-mile road course in the 2011 season opener. The time was .045 seconds behind the time that Jorge Goeters logged in his qualifying session.> More