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OCALA, Fla. - No matter where the competition comes from, Keith Nosbisch of Valrico, Fla. has always been tough when it comes to keeping the big money in the Sunshine State. Friday night was no exception, as Nosbisch took his fifth NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series career win and his first in seven years during the Rock Auto.com Winternationals at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla.
On Friday night, in a particularly moving ceremony, the NASCAR Hall of Fame welcomed one of the most significant classes since the induction of its inaugural class in 2010.
Max Blair of Centerville, Pa. had to outrun the competition and a leaking right-rear tire to win the 50-lap main event on Thursday night for the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series in the Rock Auto.com Winternationals at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla. Blair drove the R&J Poultry Rocket to the $2,500 win and the NeSmith Late Model point lead.
When it comes to their own on-track expectations as a new season approaches, many NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers are reluctant to reveal specific personal goals.
For those who might think that Jeff Gordon’s splendid 2014 run in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series might have tempted him to reconsider his decision to retire from full-time competition, think again.
Mark Whitener of Middleburg, Fla. bounced his way to victory on Wednesday night in the 40-lap NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series season opener at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla., driving the Dave’s Towing Special. Whitener had to hold on through adverse track conditions to bring his race car home in one piece to take the win.
Before the first engine is fired and the first lap is run in a new NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, it’s customary for every organization represented on the Charlotte Motor Speedway NASCAR Media Tour to tout its chances and explain why the current year will be better than the last one.
While other NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams have made substantive offseason changes to correct perceived performance flaws, the watchwords at Team Penske are “status quo.”
The Top 10 drivers in the four NeSmith Racing Divisions were honored on Saturday night at the Annual NeSmith Racing Awards Banquet at the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame in Dawsonville. NeSmith Racing officials also used the occasion to make several announcements concerning the 2015 racing season.
Clint Bowyer didn’t mince words. “There’s no reason to sugar-coat it — we sucked,” Bowyer said Tuesday with the no-nonsense frankness that has endeared him to NASCAR Sprint Cup Series fans.
Kevin Harvick acknowledged Tuesday that he approaches the defense of his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship with a wide range of feelings, but intense pressure is not one of them.
In contemplating his future at Joe Gibbs Racing, driver Carl Edwards draws inspiration from an unlikely source—Kevin Harvick.
NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France addressed the media on Monday as the lead off event to the 33rd annual Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour to lay out his annual “State of the Sport” address, and the biggest change France announced – was no change at all.
Some days in racing, you would rather be lucky than good. On Sunday at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, GA, Chase Elliott was a little of both.
No one had a stronger finish to the 2014 racing season than John Hunter Nemechek. The 17-year-old took home trophies in two of late model racing’s crown jewels – the All-American 400 in Nashville, Tenn. and the Snowball Derby in Pensacola, Fla.
Chip Ganassi Racing with Felix Sabates’ “Star Car” lived up to its billing in the 53rd Rolex 24 At Daytona.
Bubba Pollard fired the opening shot Saturday night in the fight to see who will go home with the victory in Sunday’s ARCA/CRA Super Late Model SpeedFest 2015 at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Ga.
Buford, Ga.’s Warren Johnson is among the 2015 inductees into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
Ronnie Johnson of Chattanooga, TN will be the guest of honor this Saturday night at the NeSmith Racing Annual Awards Banquet at the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame in Dawsonville, GA. Not only will Johnson himself be honored, but his race car will also take up a place of honor all this week.
While racing teams have the goal of the overall victory in this weekend’s TUDOR United SportsCar Championship season-opening 53rd Rolex 24 At Daytona at Daytona International Speedway, they also will be planning strategy to win three additional “races within the race” segments that award points towards the Tequila Patrón North American Endurance Cup.
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