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SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Eric Holmes took home his second championship trophy in the NASCAR Camping World Series West during a special awards ceremony in the Sacramento Convention Center on Saturday.
The championship celebration culminated with 34-year-old, second-generation driver from Escalon, Calif., being presented the prestigious NASCAR championship ring by NASCAR’s Managing Director of Racing Operations, George Silbermann.> More
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Eric Holmes and Jason Bowles waged a fierce battle all year in the NASCAR Camping World Series West. They closed out the season with another tough tussle in the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 at All American Speedway on Saturday, with Bowles coming away with the win and Holmes taking the championship.> More
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – In just his third qualifying run in a NASCAR Camping World Series West car, Paulie Harraka captured his first career Coors Light Pole Award for Saturday night’s Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 by Thunder Valley at All American Speedway.
Harraka, the 2008 Late Model division champion at All American, turned a fast lap of 13.630 seconds (87.953 mph) in qualifying Saturday evening and will sit start his No. 12 Drive for Diversity/ESEF Apparel Toyota on the pole for the 150-lap season finale that is set to go green at 8:45 p.m.> More
The 2008 championship for the NASCAR Camping World Series West will be decided in the season finale on Saturday, Oct. 25, as the circuit heads to All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., for the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Thunder Valley.
Eric Holmes (No. 20 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota) is 68 points ahead of Jason Bowles (No. 22 Sunrise Ford Ford) as they prepare to return to the historic Northern California track where the West’s oldest stock car circuit kicked off its 55th season with a sold-out event back in March.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – Laura Hayes had a perfect view of the Drive for Diversity in action. Driving at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., this past season, Hayes ran a Late Model against program participants Kristin Bumbera, Paul Harraka and Katie Hagar.
Running for her family team – with her father and uncle serving as crew – and with a car leased from Golden State Racing, she more than held her own. She had 12 top fives and a win.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – More than a dozen drivers took to the track Monday as the fifth annual Drive for Diversity Combine presented by Sunoco got underway. The two-day event, sponsored by NASCAR, is designed to showcase the sport’s top minority and female drivers in front of NASCAR car owners.> More
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – The sun hadn't been up long when Trista Stevenson rolled off pit road Monday morning and got the 2008 NASCAR Drive For Diversity Combine presented by Sunoco started with the first laps of the two-day session.
Stevenson, from Pocahontas, Ill., was the first of 25 drivers scheduled to participate in both on-track testing and off-track media training and evaluation. The process will cover Monday and Tuesday at South Boston Speedway.
Thirteen drivers are scheduled to be on-track Monday, and the remaining 12 will run Tuesday.> More
Twenty-five drivers from different forms of racing all over North America will showcase their skills in front of NASCAR team owners and executives at the sixth annual Drive for Diversity Testing & Evaluation Combine presented by Sunoco. The scouting event will take place October 13–14 at South Boston Speedway in South Boston, Va. This year’s candidates were selected from more than 200 applicants from across North America. Fourteen of the drivers will earn a ride in NASCAR’s developmental series for the 2009 season.> More