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Spotters watch during the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 2018. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)
Despite what some people might think, being a spotter in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is no easy task.
What are you doing to help promote your local  race track? Are you doing the same thing you’ve done the last 20 years? 
Crowd and Spotters
One of the most overlooked members of any NASCAR race team is the spotter.
Too much of a good thing is, well, not a good thing.
Richard Petty in victory lane at Pocono Raceway in 1974.
On Aug. 4, 1974, fans of NASCAR Cup Series racing filed through the turnstiles of Pennsylvania’s Pocono Raceway to witness history in the making. 
Ron Lemasters Jr. Mug
Another Indy 500 has come and gone and I am convinced THE RACE is back to the all-caps version I lived as a kid.
Simon Pagenaud in victory lane at the Indianapolis 500.
It’s been said that winning the Indianapolis 500 is a life-changing experience.
SEATTLE — Reigning Funny Car champion J.R. Todd claims his class is the toughest in NHRA competition. You should believe him. He has won eight races in a Top Fuel dragster and as many in a Funny Car, mastering the move to the closed-body, shorter-wheelbase Funny Car with a series...
Buffalo Chip TT
American Flat Track, under the leadership of CEO Michael Lock, has broken out of the mold of focusing strictly on old-style venues. 
When Coleman Pressley raced late models around the Southeast, he always drove a car owned by his father, retired NASCAR racer Robert Pressley.

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