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Whelen All-American Tracks Take The Green

By Paul Schaefer, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Four NASCAR Whelen All-American Series tracks in four states open for their 2011 season this weekend.

Three open Saturday, March 12. They include Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway, Kingsport (Tenn.) Speedway, and South Boston (Va.) Speedway. Caraway Speedway in Asheboro, N.C., begins its season with a two-day show that includes a 200-lap event for its Division I Late Model Division on Sunday.

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Bowles Kicks Off '11 At Top In Hunter Index

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Jason Bowles’ 2011 schedule may still be up in the air, but that didn’t stop NASCAR observers from tabbing him as the driver with the most momentum heading into the season.

Bowles’ win at the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January earned him six first-place votes among the 14 panelists and a one-point edge over defending NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion Keith Rocco for the top spot in the preseason edition of the Hunter Index.

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Wood Bros. Success Began At Bowman Gray

By Paul Schaefer, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Trevor Bayne’s win in Sunday’s Daytona 500 was the 98th NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win for Wood Brothers Racing.

The foundation for the legendary Wood Brothers’ success was cemented at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C., NASCAR’s longest-sanctioned NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track.

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NASCAR Celebrates Diversity Accomplishments

Official Release

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR celebrated the outstanding accomplishments of pioneering individuals and organizations in the area of diversity at the fourth annual NASCAR Diversity Luncheon.

"Teams, tracks, sponsors and other stakeholders play a vital role in our efforts to further diversify our sport," said Marcus Jadotte, NASCAR managing director of public affairs. "The NASCAR Diversity Awards are a small way to say thank you and recognize a few special people who create awareness and opportunity in NASCAR."

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Track Operators And Promoters Convene

by Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.  — NASCAR Whelen All-American Series and NASCAR Touring Series track operators and promoters kicked off Speedweeks in Daytona Beach with their annual business meeting Saturday at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

The event got underway with an address from NASCAR President Mike Helton, who explained how important the developmental levels of the sport are to NASCAR.

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NASCAR Lowers Age Limit For Touring Series

by Jason Christley, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.  — NASCAR announced today it has lowered the minimum age for drivers competing in its regional touring series to 15.

The change, effective immediately, will be applied to drivers in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour and NASCAR Canadian Tire Series.

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Whelen All-American Series History


For more than 30 years, racing at short tracks throughout the country has provided the foundation for NASCAR. That tradition continues in 2014 as the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series will crown champions at the track, state and national level.

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Homecoming Sweet For SoCal's Bowles

Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

IRWINDALE, Calif. – Jason Bowles got the one victory that had eluded him during his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West career. The Ontario, Calif., native drove the No. 75 Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Toyota to the win in the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown Saturday night.


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Partridge Collects Super Late Model Victory

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

IRWINDALE, Calif. — Ryan Partridge won the biggest race of his young career, earning the win in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model race Friday at the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown.


Partridge, out of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., started fifth on the 25-car grid and held off runner-up Alex Haase of Las Vegas, Nev., beating him to the line by .748 seconds.

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