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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — J. Herbst received what he called one of the greatest honors of his racing career recently when he spent time with his state’s governor courtesy of his 2011 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Wisconsin championship.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker welcomed Herbst to the State House in Madison to congratulate the driver on his state title.
South Boston, Va. – After finishing second last year, C.E. Falk thought about this race all winter and knew he wanted to get his 2012 season off to a good start at South Boston.
Falk led the final 110 laps of the NASCAR Whelen All-American 300 presented by Danville Toyota Late Model Stock race Saturday at South Boston Speedway and picked up his first win in the prestigious special event at South Boston Speedway.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The 61st season of NASCAR racing at historic Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway begins Saturday night. The kick-off event is highlighted by a 100-lap main event for its Bojangles Late Model Stock Car division.
Hickory is one of four NASCAR Whelen All-American Series tracks opening for the 2012 season on Saturday, March 10. By month’s end 13 of 55 series tracks will be open.
Jesse LeFevers won his first Hickory Late Model division championship last year. As the new season begins, the 24-year-old driver’s focus is on winning races.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Beech Ridge Motor Speedway champion Bill Rodgers topped off his career-best racing season in Maine’s state capital recently.
Gov. Paul R. LePage congratulated Rodgers on winning the 2011 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series state championship. The two were joined by Rodgers’ wife Kim in the Governor’s Cabinet Room of the Maine State House in Augusta.
Rodgers also won the NASCAR Pro Series division track championship at the .333-mile paved oval in Scarborough. Both titles were career firsts for Rodgers, 47, of Old Orchard Beach.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Three distinctive NASCAR short tracks open the 2012 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season Saturday, Mar. 3.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series is NASCAR’s national championship program for weekly short track auto racing. The trio of tracks are the first to host official NASCAR point races this year. They are:> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A ground-breaking Canadian road course opens a new chapter in international NASCAR Whelen All-American Series history in May.
Circuit ICAR, a revolutionary multifaceted motorsports facility in Mirabel, Quebec will host night-time NASCAR road-course racing.
The Circuit ICAR complex is located 20 minutes north of Montreal, and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing is scheduled for Friday nights on a bi-weekly basis starting May 18.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The youngest race winner in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series history surprised even himself in 2011.
NASCAR rookie Garrett Denton of Hope Valley, R.I., was 14 years, five months, 10 days of age when he won his first career Mini Stock feature at Waterford (Conn.) Speedbowl on August 20 last year. He won his division’s Rookie of the Year Award and finished 12th in track points. With a win, two top-fives and 11 top-10s in 19 starts, he placed 65th in the NASCAR Finalist Division IV pavement standings.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – More than 50 track operators from across the United States and Canada converged in Daytona Beach last weekend for the annual NASCAR Whelen All-American Series sanctioned Track Operators meetings.
The popular event is designed to bring all track operators, NASCAR officials and sponsors together to announce plans for the upcoming season and any new programs specifically designed for licensed members.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A 25-year dirt Modified racing veteran made the transition to pavement racing and enjoyed a career-best season in 2011.
Ron Proctor, 58, of Charlton, N.Y., spent almost his entire career racing on dirt until 2010 when his home tracks switched to pavement. Prior to 2010 he had raced his dirt Modified on pavement only twice.> More