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Drive for Diversity participant Kristin Bumbera is ready to begin the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Series East season next month, but the 21-year-old racer is still receiving recognition for her on and off-track performance in 2008. The Sealy, Texas native was recently honored as the 2008 Drive for Diversity Participant of the Year at the annual NASCAR Diversity Awards Luncheon.> More
Eric Holmes learned a lot about his primary sponsor, NAPA Auto Parts, during his first season driving for Bill McAnally Racing in the NASCAR Camping World Series West in 2008. After winning his second championship in three years, Holmes ended up learning even more about the auto parts business in the offseason – becoming a part-owner in two NAPA Auto Parts stores.
Holmes went into business with long-time friend Phil Tilbury Jr., in the purchase of the NAPA store in his hometown of Escalon, Calif., and another NAPA store in nearby Riverbank.> More
CONCORD, N.C. – The Drive for Diversity initiative continues to move forward in 2009 with an expanded driver lineup and a new management group. Twelve drivers will participate in the sixth season of Drive for Diversity -- four in the Camping World Series and eight in the Whelen All-American Series. In addition, former Dale Earnhardt Inc. president Max Siegel and his new marketing and entertainment company, 909 Group, will take over day-to-day management of the initiative (read more).> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – As the engines fire up at the Toyota Speedway at Irwindale, race fans from coast to coast will be able to tune in to all the action of the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown. For the first time, NASCAR’s premier short-track racing event will air live on SIRIUS XM Radio.> More
Former Dale Earnhardt Inc. president Max Siegel will conduct the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program through his new sports and entertainment marketing agency, The 909 Group, NASCAR announced Wednesday.
The Drive for Diversity program had been outsourced to Access Marketing & Communications for its initial five years, and NASCAR has now contracted it out to Siegel, who sees his new opportunity as one where he can have a broad impact on the sport.
Rip Michels knows one thing: There’s going to be a party after the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown. He just hopes he’s in the middle of it all.
“We want that Showdown really bad,” said Michels. “I’ve led laps there. I feel like I’m always in contention but at the end of the night, it’s always somebody else walking out with the girl and I’m sitting there pretty bummed out.”> More
It was the site of one of Matt Crafton’s most dramatic stock car races. And it was the site of his only race in the NASCAR Camping World Series. The location was Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) and the date was Nov. 11, 2000.
Crafton – a second-generation driver from Tulare, Calif., who had just wrapped up that year’s championship in the former NASCAR Southwest Tour – was making his debut in the NASCAR Camping World Series West season finale.> More
The 2009 schedule for the NASCAR Camping World Series West, which features two visits to Iowa Speedway, will be comprised of 13 races, NASCAR announced today.
The schedule – with stops at 11 venues in seven states between March and September – features a balance of short tracks, speedways and road courses.
It includes the addition of a second visit to Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa on Sept. 4. The event will be in conjunction with the inaugural NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the ultra-competitive 7/8-mile track.> More
Ron Hornaday Sr., a two-time NASCAR champion on the West Coast, died Sunday at the age of 77.
Hornaday, who won back-to-back championships in NASCAR’s Pacific Coast Stock Car circuit in 1963 and 1964, was the father of three-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Ron Hornaday Jr.
"Ron Sr. was a great champion and one of the true pioneers in NASCAR's west coast efforts,” said NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter. “Our thoughts and prayers are with his family."> More
For drivers in the NASCAR Camping World Series, the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown is a chance to showcase their talent in the biggest event of the year. For Ron Hornaday Jr., it will be more of a homecoming.
Hornaday – who prior to becoming a three-time champion in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, spent much of his life in and around the NASCAR Camping World Series West – recently announced plans to compete in next month’s all-star event at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.).> More