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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A NASCAR Whelen All-American Series driver with an unusually broad racing resume has returned to NASCAR competition.
Paul White, 49, of Houston, Texas returned in the NASCAR Fiesta Modified division at Houston Motorsports Park, a .375-mile paved oval.> More
WINSTON-SALEM, NC – Tim Brown proved dreams can come true.
Brown, who has raced at Bowman Gray Stadium since 1991 and owned or shared many track records at the historic track, now owns another one all to himself.
Brown finished ninth in the season ending Carolina Farm Credit 150, and his top-10 finish helped him clinch his ninth track championship in the modified division to break Ralph Brinkley’s 26-year record of eight track titles.
Any racer will tell you it takes a total team effort and Brown was quick to thank everyone on his crew.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jake Ryan appreciates every lap he makes around Elko (Minn.) Speedway.
Ryan, 29, of Farmington, Minn., leads the NASCAR Big 8 Sportsman division point standings at the famed three-eighths mile Minneapolis-area track. Ryan is in a come-back year of sorts. Along the way, he is surmounting the anguish of the loss of his father, Dan Ryan Sr., with whom he shared a close bond, many good times and much racing success.
Ryan doesn’t shy away from assessing his racing these days.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The Belletto family and Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway are a natural combination. Three generations have been racing around the quarter-mile paved oval for parts of five decades.
The Bellettos are front and center again as the 65-year-old track’s season heads toward its final three NASCAR Whelen All-American Series point events of the season.> More
Bechtelsville, Pa. – Despite a rain delay that pushed the start of the race well past midnight, Kevin Hirthler had reason to celebrate his first win of the season at Grandview Speedway well into the early morning.
Hirthler passed Ron Seltman early in the race and held on during a series of restarts throughout the caution-filled event to win the Forrest Rogers Memorial 50 presented by Pioneer Pole Buildings on Saturday.
Hirthler, from nearby Boyertown, held off a hard-charging Doug Manmiller on the final restart to pick up the win.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Daytona International Speedway’s UNOH Battle At The Beach announcer search has been narrowed to five finalists. Now race fans have the chance to select their favorite local NASCAR Home Track public address announcer to join the announcing team for the inaugural event on Feb. 18-19.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A dirt track driver from Pennsylvania heard about the fancy new paved track being built not far from his home. He was curious, and made it a point to attend the track’s inaugural race night on June 21, 2002.
“I was there on opening night,” Eric McCray said, recalling how the new generation facility named Lake Erie Speedway, a .375-mile paved oval near North East, Pa., drew him in.
“I thought to myself that I’d love to race there someday. If I get the chance, I will,” he recalled.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Matt Bowling’s breakthrough season so far has been overshadowed by names often mentioned in state and national championship conversations. Racing in those shadows this year, Bowling became a race winner and championship contender in his own right.> More