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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The battle for the track championship at Tennessee’s Kingsport Speedway came down to the wire, but in the end it was a familiar face who emerged as champion this year.
Kingsport’s own Ronnie McCarty captured his second-straight NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championship at the Tennessee .375-mile concrete oval, winning the title by a scant four points over rival Zeke Shell.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Winning championships is becoming a bit of a habit for Simpsonville, South Carolina’s David Roberts.
The 55-year-old late model stock driver collected the track championship at South Carolina’s Anderson Motor Speedway this season. It’s his second career track championship at Anderson after he first won the championship in 2014.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Dan Alamaa enjoys racing at Pueblo, Colorado’s I-25 Speedway so much, he races in two different divisions.
In fact, he doesn’t just race in two different divisions, he dominates them.
This year marked the third straight season that Alamaa, 46, has won track championships in both the Division I Super Late Model and Division II Grand American Modified classes at the quarter-mile bullring.> More
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – In a thrilling photo finish, Christian Eckes narrowly beat his JR Motorsports teammate Josh Berry to win his first career Myrtle Beach 400 at Myrtle Beach Speedway on Saturday night.
As the field took the white flag, Eckes was alongside of Berry are they barreled into Turn 1 for the final time. When the two drivers rounded Turn 4 and entered the frontstretch, they rubbed tires and hooked doors with the checkered flag in sight. Berry went hard into the outside wall, and it was Eckes, who won the 24th annual event by mere inches.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – When it was announced earlier this year that Ohio’s Columbus Motor Speedway would be shutting down following the conclusion of the season, the question became which driver would be known as the final NASCAR track champion at the third-mile asphalt oval?
The answer to that question turned out to be 29-year-old Kyle Purvis.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Rowan Pennink began the 2016 season with uncertainty, but he ended it by making a little bit of history at Connecticut’s Stafford Motor Speedway.
The Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, driver captured his second straight NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championship in the SK Modified Division at Stafford this year, becoming just the fifth different driver to win back-to-back track championships at the half-mile asphalt oval.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Prior to this year outlaw super late model driver Dave Zagaiski had never won a feature at Marne, Michigan’s Berlin Raceway.
That all changed this year for 52-year-old Zagaiski, who won six times in eight races and captured his first NASCAR track championship at the .4375-mile asphalt oval.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – It’s an old adage, but the phrase ‘getting better with age’ has never been more appropriate for 47-year-old Wayne Hale.
This season at Lonesome Pine Raceway in Coeburn, Virginia, the Tennessee driver earned his second straight NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championship at the three-eighths-mile asphalt oval. He did so in commanding style, capturing nine victories and never finishing outside the top-five in 17 starts at Lonesome Pine Raceway.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – It’s been quite some time since veteran Midwestern racer Bobby Wilberg could last call himself a track champion at Madison International Speedway.
In fact, the last time Wilberg earned that honor was 2008 when he captured the late model track championship at the half-mile asphalt oval located in Oregon, Wisconsin.
That all changed this year for the 52-year-old driver from Beloit, Wisconsin, who was able to secure the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championship in the Club LaMark Late Model division.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 2016 season got off to a bumpy start for dirt modified ace Matt Sheppard, who lost his ride with team owner Al Heinke in January just days before his wedding in Mexico.
In the days and weeks that followed Sheppard scrambled to put together his own team, acquiring race cars and equipment that he hoped would allow him to compete at the same level that fans and himself are accustomed to.> More