Reigning NASCAR Cup Series champion Chase Elliott proved his mettle Saturday evening during the last chance qualifier for the 53rd Snowball Derby.
He didn't have the fastest car at the beginning of Sunday's Snowball Derby, but when it counted most, there was no stopping Ty Majeski at Five Flags Speedway.
Phoenix Racing, the team owned by veteran NASCAR car owner James Finch, is returning to action.
Stephen Nasse went from jubilation to disbelief to heartbreak in a matter of moments for the second year in a row on Saturday night at Five Flags Speedway.
In one dramatic, shocking sequence over the final 500 feet of Saturday night's Allen Turner Hyundai Snowflake 100, Jake Johnson went from third on the race track to one of the biggest upsets in Five Flags Speedway history.
Stephen Nasse went from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows in a span of roughly three hours Monday night at Five Flags Speedway.
Chase Elliott sent shockwaves through the late model world when it was announced he’d return to compete in the Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway only weeks after winning his first NASCAR Cup Series championship.
Derek Thorn banked $1,000 and put himself on the Snowball Derby pole for the second consecutive year during Country Pleasin’ Sausage Pole Night Friday at Five Flags Speedway.
Jimmy Doyle and Jake Johnson escaped injury after being involved in a massive crash during the opening laps of a last chance race for the PASS South Easter Bunny 150 on Saturday at Hickory Motor Speedway.
While four drivers experienced the jubilation of racing their ways into the 53rd Snowball Derby on Saturday afternoon, several other big names were left heartbroken and dejected.
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