With another season of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition nearly upon us, members of the media converged on the Hilton Charlotte University Place for the annual NASCAR Sprint Media Tour last week.
The final stop on the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Media Tour Thursday at Joe Gibbs Racing was a reunion of sorts with former JGR drivers Bobby Labonte and Tony Stewart making special appearances.
Chase Elliott used the right tire strategy and made it pay off with a victory in Speedfest 2011 at Lanier National Speedway Sunday, giving him a sweep of the day’s late-model events
Chase Elliott gave up the lead with 50 laps remaining, but reclaimed the point with two laps remaining and than survived a three-wide battle to win the Pro Late Model event Sunday at Lanier National Speedway
Defending Grand Am Rolex Series Champions Chip Ganassi Racing with lead driver Scott Pruett captured the twice-around-the-clock classic with an impressive one-two-finish in the event at the 3.56-mile road course, despite a yellow flag with only nine minutes remaining and the green flag waving for a one-lap dash to the checkered flag with less than two minutes in the race
Ferrari’s new F150 doesn’t look radically different from its 2010 F10 model but it is a very different animal
Former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion Ted Christopher claimed his second career Gambler’s Classic title Saturday night
Jason Bowles got the one victory that had alluded him during his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West career
Tim Buckwalter claimed his first indoor event in front of a large crowd that sat in absolute awe over the transgressions of a race that had many leaving the gates with absolute anticipation for Saturday night’s 40-lap Gambler’s Classic finale
Derek Thorn was the surprise winner of the Coors Light Pole Award Friday at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) for the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown