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Gray Gaulding Reunites With Toyota

From Red Horse Racing  Statesville, N.C. (March 23, 2015) This morning during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in Clemmons, N.C. Gray Gaulding announced he will reunite with Toyota Racing in partnership with Red Horse Racing in the NASCAR Camping Word Truck Series (NCWTS) and Precision Performance Motorsports for the remaining NASCAR K&N […]

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Eldora Founder Earl Baltes Passes Away

From Eldora Speedway  ROSSBURG, Ohio (March 23, 2015) – Earl Baltes, the founder and longtime promoter of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, passed away this morning at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. He was 93. He is survived by Berneice, his wife of 67 years; daughter, Starr, and her husband, Joe Schmitmeyer; son, Terry, […]

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Sherwin-Williams Renews As The ‘Official Paint Of NASCAR’

From NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 23, 2015) — NASCAR® and Sherwin-Williams, the nation’s largest specialty retailer of paint and paint supplies, announced a three-year extension to their Official Partnership. The newly signed extension will designate Sherwin-Williams as the “Official Paint of NASCAR” through 2017.   Sherwin-Williams, a FORTUNE 500 company, will […]

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Brad Keselowski Wins The Auto Club 400 In Last-Lap Fashion

Brad Keselowski stole the show just in the nick of time Sunday as he passed Kurt Busch in turns one and two on the final lap of the 19th annual Auto Club 400, and held him off all the way back around the 2.0-mile oval to claim his first victory of the 2015 season. Kevin […]

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Brian Vickers Out At Least Three Months

Brian Vickers announced Sunday that he will be on blood thinner medication for at least the next three months. While Vickers is on the medication he is not allowed to race. Vickers found out he had blood clots earlier this week. Brett Moffitt will pilot Vickers’ No.55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota Sunday at the Auto […]

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NASCAR and K&N Filters Announce Multi-Year Extension

From NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. (March 20, 2015) — NASCAR® announced today it has reached a five-year agreement with K&N Filters to continue as the entitlement sponsor of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series™ through 2021. The renewed deal ensures that K&N Filters will own exclusive rights as the title sponsor for a […]

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Let The Fans Be Heard: Sprint Fan Vote Returns

From NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 19, 2015) – A favorite isn’t always the winner – as the Sprint Fan Vote’s history suggests. In the last 10 seasons, fans have voted 10 different drivers into the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race™ at Charlotte Motor Speedway, including names like Danica Patrick, Kasey Kahne and […]

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Bush’s Beans Expands Partnership With Bristol Motor Speedway

From Bristol Motor Speedway  Bush Brothers & Company, based in East Tennessee, has expanded their partnership with Bristol Motor Speedway. In addition to renewing their Aug. 19, Bush’s Beans 150 Whelen Modified Series race entitlement, they become the sponsor of Bush’s Beans Pole Day, April 17, 2015, in support of the Food City 500 race […]

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Roush Fenway Invites Fans To “Take On” Drivers In March Madness Challenge

From Roush Fenway Racing  CONCORD, N.C. (March 18, 2015) – Roush Fenway Racing and its fans are getting in on the ‘March Madness.’ The team is inviting its fans to go head-to-head with all seven of its drivers in picking the winners in this year’s 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship bracket. In addition to the […]

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Truck Rookies Get Some Martinsville Seat Time

From Martinsville Speedway  Martinsville Speedway isn’t the type of race track that is kind to rookies. It’s technical. It’s physical. And it can be frustrating. That’s why three NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rookies were at the historic speedway Tuesday, trying to get the best possible understanding of the .526-mile oval before they return in […]

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