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From Prom To The Track

By Andrew Giangola, NASCAR

As Prom Queens go, 17 year-old Mackena Bell is one of a kind. The high school senior happens to be a race car driver. Bell competes in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. Her next race, June 7, is a milestone for the NASCAR Prom Queen – it’s the day she graduates from Carson High School in Carson City, Nevada.

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Champions To Be Crowned At Rio

By Official Release

NASCAR Whelen All-American Banquet Returns To Las Vegas

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.  – The culmination of the 2008 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season will take place at the Rio All-Suite Hotel in Las Vegas Friday, Nov. 7.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series champion will be crowned at the banquet. Track champions from across the United States and Canada, and U.S. state and Canadian provincial champions will also be honored, as well as special award winners.

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NWAAS: Christopher Uses The Bottom To Get To The Top At Stafford

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

First Edition of 2008 Points Due Out Wednesday, June 4 

STAFFORD, Conn. – It was a move he had done countless times before over the years, on drivers too numerous to mention. Ted Christopher has perfected the art of the ‘bottom shot’ at Stafford Motor Speedway perhaps better than anybody that’s ever raced there.

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Tucson No Longer NASCAR Sanctioned

By Official Release

Tuscon, Ariz. – As of May 21, 2008, the Tucson Raceway Park is no longer a NASCAR-sanctioned track.

NASCAR points accumulated by drivers through May 21 will be used in determining the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track and Arizona state champion. In addition, those points will be counted for drivers toward the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship.

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May Openers Put N.Y. Mods In Spotlight

By Official Release

Over the next two months, short track racing across the country took the green flag on both dirt and asphalt as drivers in a variety of divisions began their NASCAR Whelen All-American Series seasons.

As the calendar has turned to May, the few remaining NASCAR Whelen All-American Series tracks that have not yet started got underway. And in the spotlight turned to Modified racing in New York state.

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Three's A Charm For Harraka

By Official Release

D4D DRIVER PICKS UP THIRD NWAAS WIN OF THE SEASON 

ROSEVILLE, Calif. - A week off didn’t slow down Paul Harraka, who won his second consecutive race on Saturday night. Harraka drove the No. 16 Ruth’s Chris Steak House Toyota to Victory Lane in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model feature event at All American Speedway.

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Harraka Passes His Biggest Tests

By Official Release

FOLLOWS UP EXAMS WITH SECOND WIN AT ALL AMERICAN

It was a big week for Paul Harraka, who took his final exams Thursday and then went out to California to claim his second victory of the 2008 season Saturday night. The 18-year-old drove the No. 16 Ruth’s Chris Steak House Toyota to Victory Lane in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model feature event at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif.

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Myers Doesn't Tire Out

By Official Release

Modifieds Take The Green At Bowman Gray
As Track Kicks Off 60th Season Of NASCAR Racing

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - It was the question on everyone’s mind for the Tucson 200 at Bowman Gray Stadium on Saturday. Would the tires last?

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The 'Other' Carlson Wins One

By Official Release

WEST SALEM, Wisc. – Steve Carlson won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship last year. But he may have been even prouder with his second-place finish Saturday night. That’s because the driver to beat Carlson was his son, Mike, who picked up his first career victory in the Kwik Trip Late Model feature at LaCrosse (Wisc.) Fairgrounds Speedway.

It was the opening race of the season at the track where Steve Carlson won the division title en route to the state and national championship.

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NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Picks Up Speed In April

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

Since the opening days of NASCAR, Bowman Gray Stadium has been synonymous with the best in short-track racing. As NASCAR celebrates its 60th season, the track will likewise commemorate the milestone as the longest running track in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

Bowman Gray will kick off racing April 26 with the Tucson 200 — 200 laps of racing for the track’s Modifieds, which also happen to be NASCAR’s oldest division of racing. The track’s tight, ¼-mile oval produces an exciting blend of speed and close-quarters fighting for position.

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