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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Holland (N.Y.) Motorsports Complex is one of NASCAR’s longest sanctioned tracks, predating the introduction of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in 1982. The 51-year-old family owned and operated .375-mile paved oval was a founding track in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in 1982. The series celebrates its 30th season this year.
A top division dirt track stock car driver at the time, Ron Bennett and partners Richard Knox and Gordon Becker built the track which opened as a .333-mile dirt oval in 1960.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR has announced dates and sites for its 2011 postseason championship celebrations. Riding the momentum of 2010’s highly successful awards shows, all of this year’s events will return to the same sites.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony will again be held at Wynn Las Vegas. This year, the ceremony is set for Friday, Dec. 2 and will feature the top 10 drivers in the final series standings. The event will culminate NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion’s Week in Las Vegas.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR’s national champion of weekly short track racing will be crowned for a 30th consecutive season in 2011.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series’ modern era began in 1982 with an organizational format that crowned 43 track champions, five regional champions and a national champion.
Since then, thousands of drivers, car owners, crewmen and mechanics have shared in the rewards, recognition and experience of winning NASCAR championships.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — South Boston Speedway in south central Virginia is special in many ways. Now in its 64th season of operation, the facility evolved with the times, generating stars every step of the way. It’s a gem of a weekly short track to have hosted all three NASCAR national series. It was also a founding track for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in 1982.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series has a long history in Texas dating back to 1987. The series has maintained a presence in the Lone Star State almost continuously since then.
Houston Motorsports Park returned Texas’ representation to the series in 2009, and is joined by the addition of Thunderhill Raceway in Kyle, Tex., this year. Both tracks are .375-mile D-shaped paved ovals and have prior relationships with NASCAR, with the Houston track dating back to the 1980s.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Brett Moffitt collected plenty of hardware at Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway, claiming the 21 Means 21 Pole Award presented by Coors Light and then taking home the big trophy after leading every lap in winning the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150.
The dominating fashion that he won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East opener also earned the Grimes, Iowa, driver another award. His victory impressed the panel of auto racing writers and NASCAR representatives enough to earn the top spot in the first regular-season edition of the Hunter Index.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Old Dominion Speedway in Manassas, Va., has a rich 63-year history in NASCAR short-track racing. The .375-mile paved oval has produced some great racing talent. The track also helped change the face of stock car racing in the late 1970s.
Old Dominion’s oval operates on Saturday nights and is located in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. An eighth-mile SBRA sanctioned Old Dominion Dragway on the same 42-acre property operates on Friday nights.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Wisconsin and Minnesota have always been home to great NASCAR Whelen All-American series short tracks and star-quality drivers. That continues to be evident at four showcase facilities that are part of the series, which celebrates its 30th year running in 2011.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va. is a charter member of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series dating back to the series’ creation in 1982.
The roots of NASCAR racing at the coastal Virginia oval reach back to 1964 when Ned Jarrett won the first of the nine NASCAR Grand National Division (now the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series) races at the then .400-mile dirt surfaced Langley Field Speedway.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Greenville (S.C.) Pickens Speedway is one of NASCAR’s most historic tracks. NASCAR founder Bill France Sr. promoted the first stock car race at the track on July 4, 1946. In the modern era, Greenville Pickens was one of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series founding tracks dating back to 1982.
The track opened as a flat red clay half-mile horse racing track in 1940. The facility included stables to accommodate 65 horses. It closed in 1941 due to World War II and reopened in 1946.> More