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In the quaint town of Aztec, N.M., population 6,000, the racing culture among the youth is virtually non-existent; most of the kids hang at the town's sprawling skate park or cruise the mall.
However, teenager Alex Kennedy is bucking that trend by exposing his Southwest suburb to the excitement of NASCAR.> More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Matt Kobyluck earned his second victory of the season when he took the checkered flag in the Strutmasters.com 150 Saturday night at the Music City Motorplex.
In a race that saw 12 changes at the front, Kobyluck (No. 40 Mohegan Sun Resort Chevrolet) grabbed his first lead of the night on lap 136 and made it stand through the last final 15 circuits for the victory ahead of runner-up Peyton Sellers (No. 44 E.J. Prescott/Castle Chevrolet).> More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Peyton Sellers (No. 44 E.J. Prescott/Castle Chevrolet) picked up his second Coors Light Pole Award of the season Saturday at Nashville's Music City Motorplex.
Sellers will start out front for Saturday night's Strutmasters.com 150 presented by Dollar General after posting a lap of 19.508 seconds/109.986 mph.> More
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A week after watching his teammates duel for the win, Jeffrey Earnhardt led the way in NASCAR Camping World Series East practice Saturday afternoon.
Earnhardt paced the final 45-minute practice session at the Music City Motorplex's 5/8-mile oval at 19.681 seconds/109.019 mph.> More
NASCAR racing at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville have thrived for decades. Weekly NASCAR Saturday night racing has always attracted the best drivers and racing equipment. This weekend, the NASCAR Camping World Series East returns as the track is in the middle of celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Today the track is known as Music City Motorplex, and the steeply-banked .625-mile oval continues to attract fans and drivers alike. The biggest lure for drivers is the opportunity to take home one of racing’s most unique trophies: a Nashville-made Copley guitar.> More
THOMPSON, Conn. - Seventeen-year-old Dale Earnhardt, Inc. development driver Trevor Bayne, from Knoxville, Tenn., scored his first career NASCAR Camping World Series East victory Saturday night at Thompson International Speedway. The win came in Bayne’s sixth career start.> More
THOMPSON, Conn. - Rookie Trevor Bayne followed up his best career finish by earning his first Coors Light Pole Award Saturday evening in qualifying for Saturday night's Pepsi Full Fendered Frenzy 100 at Thompson International Speedway.
Bayne's top lap of 20.357 seconds/110.527 mph in the No. 1 Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet Chevrolet, beat out second-year driver Marc Davis (No. 18 Slim Jim Toyota). Davis' posted a lap of 20.468/109.928. Bayne is coming off a runner-up finish at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.> More
THOMPSON, Conn. - Rookie Trevor Bayne has the fastest lap Saturday afternoon in the two NASCAR Camping World Series East practices at Thompson International Speedway.
Bayne (No. 1 DEI Chevrolet) posted a time of 20.444 seconds/110.057 mph around the .625-mile oval. Bayne's time paced the final practice, after he put up the sixth-best speed in the first practice.> More
NASCAR announced today the championship banquets for its top developmental series, the NASCAR Camping World Series.
The NASCAR Camping World Series West Awards Banquet will be held Saturday, Nov. 1 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The NASCAR Camping World Series East Awards Banquet will be Friday, Dec. 12 at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, Conn.> More
The NASCAR Camping World Series East has evolved into a development series for talented young drivers. But it’s still a great place for experienced veterans.
In a series that produced a 17-year-old champion last year and an 18-year-old point leader this season, Matt Kobyluck, 38, and Eddie MacDonald, 28, are more than holding their own.> More