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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Kody Brusso’s life consists of managing horsepower – the kind with four legs as well as that with four wheels.
A horse trainer by day, the Pensacola, Florida, native spends her weekends as a race car driver. She did the later good enough in 2014 to earn the Revolution Park Racing & Entertainment Complex track championship and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series state title of Louisiana.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR’s presence in Colorado has doubled with the addition of I-25 Speedway to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series weekly racing program for the 2015 season.
“We’re pleased to welcome I-25 Speedway as the newest member the NASCAR family,” said George Silbermann, NASCAR’s vice president for regional and touring series. “The thrilling competition each and every week that I-25 delivers to fans in Pueblo will be a great addition to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program.”> More
INNISFIL, Ont. - Rick Walt and Walt Motorsports announced that they will be running the full Sunset Speedway Sauble Falls Limited Late Model schedule for the upcoming racing season.
“I think with the switch to Sunset, we are looking to run inside the top ten each and every night and we have put a lot of effort into making that happen,” Walt commented. “If we can steal a win or two through the year, that’s the ultimate goal.”
Daytona Beach, FL – Last season exceeded all Mike Holden’s expectations.
He was crowned the champion at Evergreen Speedway as well as the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Washington champion on the strength of his Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model Division title run.
“We were a new team last season,” said Holden. “We built a new car and went out there and won half the races. It went beyond anything we imagined the season to be.”> More
NEW SMYRNA, Fla. -- NASCAR's future was on full display Saturday night at New Smyrna Speedway.
Christopher Bell, 20, won his first NASCAR Super Late Model race, pulling away from 14-year-old Harrison Burton to take the Bruce Gowland Memorial 100. And Zane Smith, 15, finished fourth to claim the week-long championship in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track's 49th Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.> More
NEW SMYRNA, Fla. -- Ryan Preece dug himself a hole on the first night of the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing, and a week later he completed his drive all the way back to the top.
The 24-year-old from Berlin, Connecticut, captured the prestigious 30th Richie Evans Memorial 100 on Friday night at New Smyrna (Florida) Speedway. The race is named after the Modified legend and NASCAR Hall of Famer from Rome, New York, who won six championships at the Florida half-mile high-banked oval.> More
New Smyrna, Fla. – All of those tough nights of racing paid off for David Garbo Jr. Thursday when he captured his first career Super Late Model win at New Smyrna Speedway.
The 18-year old Stonington, Connecticut, native took home the checkered flag in the 50-lap Super Late Model feature during the seventh night of the 49th Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.> More
NEW SMYRNA, Fla. -- It took all night and 35 eventful laps, but Steve Wallace ended up in Victory Lane.
The 27-year-old son of NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace drove a dented and torn-up Super Late Model to the win in the final feature of Wednesday night's World Series Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing action.
Wallace emerged from a battle with Harrison Burton, 14, to take the lead in the closing stages. Burton, the son of former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Jeff Burton, was penalized for contact with Wallace on Lap 32 while battling for first.> More
NEW SMYRNA, Fla. – Late-race heroics give Eric Goodale his first victory of the week.
The 24-year old Riverhead, New York native snapped Ryan Preece’s win streak when he slide past him on Turn 3 with three laps to go to win the John Blewett III Memorial 76 Wednesday night at New Smyrna Speedway.
“Last year I lost a 100 lapper to Justin Bonsignore with two to go,” said Goodale. “I pretty much did the same thing to Ryan that Justin did to me last year. I wasn’t going to let the opportunity slip by.> More