When food connoisseurs discuss fine wines, meats and cheeses, they will use the phrase “aged to perfection” to indicate the very best choices. With NASCAR drivers, the same can be said to describe a race track that has gained some character in its surface over the years, a condition that typically heightens the overall racing experience.
Truck Series champion: Johnny Sauter. Just one position shy of the 2017 title, Sauter returns to cash in for his second crown in three years.
“Our affiliation with NASCAR runs deep,” said Charles Shaver, Chairman and CEO, Axalta. “We were the Official Finish for nearly 20 years before taking some time to strategically develop our program. Today, with this new agreement, we can grow our reach and leverage partnerships throughout the sport for business development opportunities with likeminded companies who need or use coatings. Motorsports represents all the things we see in ourselves; teamwork, high performance, a drive to be better, and winning!”
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The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will hit Daytona International Speedway in February for the highly anticipated Speedweeks to kick off the 2018 season for all three national series. Check out the tentative full schedule below, subject to change.
It’s been a mostly cloudy week for Ryan Preece thus far in the Sunshine State. That’s because the Modified hotshot’s southbound venture has more excitement than hoped.
· The NASCAR Peak Antifreeze iRacing Series is sanctioned by NASCAR and iRacing.com to determine the best virtual stock-car racer in the world.
Before announcing his deal to drive for Kaluig Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series on Jan. 9, Ryan Truex admitted he wasn’t confident he’d be back on track this year in any of NASCAR’s three national divisions.
Alex Bowman left the 32nd running of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals feeling disappointed and frustrated.