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Mackena Bell just wrapped up her rookie season with the Drive for Diversity program, competing in the Super Late Model division at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) but she’s not taking any breaks. Bell jumped right into taking online courses towards her Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing, which she hopes will help further her career in racing.> More
Michael Cherry is a hands-on kind of racer. He is as passionate about working on his racecar as he is about driving. That’s why he couldn’t pass up the invitation from Addis Motorsports team owner, Blair Addis, to relocate to Greenville, S.C., from Valrico, Fla., for the 2009 race season.> More
A California teen in his first year of NASCAR Late Model competition is the inaugural NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Rookie of the Year presented by Jostens.
Jacob Gomes, 16, of Manteca, Calif., won three features at his home track of the new Stockton 99 Speedway, a .250-mile paved oval in Stockton, Calif. He also competed at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., and Madera (Calif.) Speedway. Both of those tracks are .300-mile paved ovals.> More
Every time Philip Morris thinks he’s reached the pinnacle of his racing career, he goes out and tops himself. The Ruckersville, Va., driver did it again this year as he claimed the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship for the third time in four years.> More
The evolution of the Drive for Diversity, NASCAR’s leading on track diversity initiative, will continue in 2010 as competitors relocate to Charlotte and enter “academy-style” development under a single team ownership structure. The 909 Group, which took over operational responsibilities for Drive for Diversity in 2009, will own and operate 10 teams fielding Drive for Diversity competitors. Under the Revolution Racing banner, these minority and female drivers will compete on four NASCAR Camping World Series teams and six NASCAR Whelen All-American Series teams.> More
RADFORD, Va. - For once, Philip Morris didn't need to win.
The Ruckersville, Va., driver finished his NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season with a second-place finish to Wayne Ramsey of Amherst, Va., in the Adam Construction 150 at his home track, Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Va. It was enough for him to claim his fifth straight Late Model championship at the track and seventh overall.> More
Philip Morris has moved closer to his third NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship in the last four years before he even takes the track for his final race of the season Saturday night.
The Ruckersville, Va., driver entered the final weekend of the season with a 19-point lead over Keith Rocco of Wallingford, Conn.> More
Short-track racing is built upon good, old fashion neighborhood rivalries, and championships are measured by the contenders that are overcome.
Even as Philip Morris eyes a third NASCAR Whelen All-American Series title in the last four years, the 44-year-old Ruckersville, Va., driver has a more immediate focus: a seventh Motor Mile Speedway Late Model division championship.> More
A rookie NASCAR Modified driver topped her brother-in-law – a seasoned veteran of the division – to win the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championship at Spencer Speedway in Williamson, N.Y., Saturday night.
Amy Catalano, 35, of Ontario, N.Y., edged Chris Finocchario and her brother-in-law, Buck Catalano, by 22 points to win her first open-wheel championship. Finocchario took second place in the final standings in a tie-breaker with Buck.> More