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In a combined session today a total of 23 teams from the NASCAR Camping World Series East and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour tested at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The NASCAR Camping World Series East had a strong contingent of teams taking advantage of the test opportunity with a total of 18 cars. The garage featured a mix of New Hampshire veterans like Steve Park and Matt Kobyluck, as well as a host of rookies such as Austin Dillon, winner of the season-opener at Greenville-Pickens Speedway on April 19.> More
Dale Earnhardt Inc. was the first to sign up, with three cars. And the entries kept flooding in. The entry list currently stands at 55 cars that will attempt to qualify for the US Cellular 200 at Iowa Speedway Sunday, May 18.> More
Austin Dillon’s name was the most prominent, as the race winner of the NASCAR Camping World Series East opener at South Carolina’s Greenville-Pickens Speedway April 19. But a look throughout the results reveals an astonishing fact: 18 rookies helped make up a field of 39 cars that entered in the race.
In addition to Dillon, Ben Stancill (third), Ricky Carmichael (fifth), Trevor Bayne (ninth) and Buster Bennett (10th) recorded top 10 finishes in their debuts.> More
NASCAR announced today that the unofficial results of Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Series East race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Greenville, S.C. have been revised due to a post-race rules violation discovered with the first place car – the No. 44 driven by Peyton Sellers. As a result, the original runner-up Austin Dillon, has been declared the race winner.
Dillon will receive the sure starting spot in the postseason NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown, which goes to the winner of NASCAR Camping World Series races.> More
Andy Santerre Motorsports Goes 1-2 At Greenville-Pickens
Greenville, S.C. – Peyton Sellers provided Austin Dillon lesson No. 1 in his NASCAR education. Sellers got the jump on his Andy Santerre Motorsports teammate on the final restart of the An American Revolution 150 presented by Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet and pulled away to win the NASCAR Camping World Series East opener Saturday night.> More
Eric Holmes and Peyton Sellers will start their respective NASCAR Camping World Series races Saturday night up front on opposite coasts.
Holmes captured his first Coors Light Pole Award of the NCWS West season. Holmes' lap of 90.976 mph in qualifying for the Allstate Texas Thunder 150 at Thunder Hill Raceway in Kyle, Texas earned him his sixth career pole. His time of 14.839 seconds was just .003 of a second off the track record of 14.839 set a year ago.> More
Follow race action all day long as the NASCAR Camping World Series West (Kyle, Texas), NASCAR Camping World Series East (Greenville, S.C.), NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour (Asheboro, N.C.) and NASCAR Mexico Series (Mexico City) take the track.
Update (5:30 p.m. ET) - L.W. Miller paced NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour practice at Caraway. But the rain that plagued Greenville in the morning is moving in on the Asheboro, N.C. track.> More
The new era of the NASCAR Camping World Series East kicks off Saturday with the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150 at Greenville-Pickens, S.C. The upcoming season features a championship mix of series veterans and up-and-coming development drivers. Following are the top five stories to watch for the 2008 NASCAR Camping World Series East:
Matt Kobyluck> More
The NASCAR Camping World Series East opens its 22nd season Saturday, April 19 at historic Greenville-Pickens Speedway in Greenville, S.C. An exciting and unpredictably competitive season is forecast for the 13-event schedule, which takes the series to a dozen tracks in nine states.> More
Kicking off its 22nd season, the NASCAR Camping World Series East will feature a combination of new and old. The historic, 63-year-old Greenville-Pickens Speedway will host the season opener — An American Revolution 150 presented by Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet — this Saturday. It is the third consecutive year the series has opened at the venerable South Carolina facility.> More