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MONTERREY, Mexico – Winning in his hometown paled in comparison to the August heat for Rafael Martínez as he won the Regia 200 at Autódromo Monterrey in NASCAR Mexico Series action on Sunday.
The Monterrey native and 2007 series champion led the final 30 laps en route to his first win since April 11, 2010. It was the 15th career win for the pilot of the No. 18 Canels/Scotiabank Mazda.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — As the summer months heat up the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship race, Keith Rocco shows no signs of cooling off. In fact, the 26-year-old Wallingford, Conn., native continues to roll off wins at an astounding rate.
Over 10 starts last month, Rocco posted seven wins, nine top fives and 10 top 10s to further cement his place atop the national standings. The recent run gives him 20 wins – one less than his national championship performance a year ago – in 35 starts in the weekly asphalt Modified division.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Online voting is underway for the Most Popular Driver of the Year Award in the NASCAR Mexico Series (Twitter hashtag: #NCSpxT).
Fans may vote once per day and are encouraged to vote throughout the season. Voting continues through Nov. 20.> More
MEXICO CITY – Rogelio López won the Motorcraft Pole Position Award on Saturday in NASCAR Mexico Series qualifying at Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez for the Mexico Fest 200.
López, a native of Aguascalientes, Mexico, toured the one-mile track in 32.541 seconds for an average speed of 110.630 mph. It is his first pole of the 2011 season and the 17th of his series career.
Monterrey, Mexico’s Abraham Calderón will start on the outside of the front row after posting a qualifying time of 32.704 seconds (110.078 mph).> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Greg Pursley has made winning look easy.
Seven races into the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season, he has made five trips to Victory Lane. He won two of the three races in June, leading a 364 of 400 laps en route to the pair of victories.
His performance was mirrored in the July voting for the Hunter Index, as determined by a panel of auto racing writers and NASCAR representatives. The Newhall, Calif., driver collected 10 of the 13 first-place votes to easily earn the top spot.> More