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Ryan Blaney All-Star Dominator at Texas

(FORT WORTH, TX – MAY 22, 2022 – RIS) Ryan Blaney easily led the most laps in winning the NASCAR All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway before going on to win the million-dollar special race in overtime when the caution lights came on as he approached the finish line. A slide into the wall by Ricky Stenhouse caused the last second yellow. Blaney led three Penske cars to top four finishes, with only second-place Denny Hamlin breaking up the trio of Blaney, Cindric and Logano.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 11:55 PM, 05.22.2022

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Stenhouse, Beuscher, Suarez, and Jones Advance to the NASCAR Cup All-Star race Field

FORT WORTH, TX – RIS – The full field for the NASCAR Cup All-Star race is set.  Heading to the big show are Ricky Stenhouse, Jr., winner of the opening run, Chris Beuscher, who won the second stage, and Daniel Suarez, winner of the final 10-lap final stage.  Eric Jones, driver of the No. 43 Petty car won the fan vote and will run in the All-Star race.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 7:21 PM, 05.22.2022

Kyle Busch Wins NASCAR Cup All-Star Pole and Tyler Reddick Wins Open Pole on Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway

FORT WORTH, TX – RIS – Kyle Busch won the pole for the NASCAR Cup All-Star Race on a fast pit stop.  In a complicated way to determine who starts first, drivers faced an elimination concept pitting driver against driver.  The eight fastest cars were faced with a competition on who might win the pole, ending in a battle of pit crews.  It all came down to Busch and Ryan Blaney for that honor.  Busch ousted Ryan Blaney in a head-to-head battle for the pole, with his No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota team completing a four-tire pit stop, and Busch getting a solid launch and prevailing in the race off pit road and a lap back to the checkered flag in the final matchup.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 10:04 PM, 05.21.2022

Reddick Puts Big Machine in Victory Lane

(FORT WORTH, TX – MAY 21, 2022 – RIS) Tyler Reddick gave Big Machine Racing the team’s first Xfinity Series race win, ending Chevy’s victory drought at Texas, leading William Byron across the line by nearly two seconds, taking the lead a major crash at lap 137 and leading the last 31 laps of the race. 

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 5:54 PM, 05.21.2022

Friesen Dominates Texas Trucks

(FORT WORTH, TX – MAY 20, 2022 – RIS) Stewart Friesen dominated the SpeedyCash.com 220 at Texas Motor Speedway, leading 60 of rhe 149 laps run and beating out Christian Eckes by 0.122 second for his third career series victory.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 11:23 PM, 05.20.2022

Noah Gragson Wins First Career Xfinity Pole at TMS

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FORT WORTH, TX - RIS - With a speed of 182.791 mph, Noah Gragson knocked Tyler Reddick off the pole as the last car in the NASCAR Xfinity Series qualifying session to win his first career series pole via speed at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, May 20.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 10:52 PM, 05.20.2022

Three Poles in a Row for John Hunter Cancelled by Penalty

(FORT WORTH, TX, MAY 20, 2022 – RIS) John Hunter Nemechek’s roll of fast qualifying runs continued in qualifying for the SpeedyCash.com 220 at Texas Motor Speedway, setting fastest time of 29.612 sec / 182.359 mph for his third straight pole of the season. “Looking forward to seeing what we can do tonight,” said the young driver. Corey Heim joins Nemechek on the front row and Stewart Friesen placed third, with Christian Eckes fourth.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 6:37 PM, 05.20.2022

Kurt Busch Passes Kyle Larson to Win at Kansas Speedway

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KANSAS CITY, KS – RIS – Kurt Busch got by Kyle Larson with eight laps to go and went on to win the NASCAR Cup race at Kansas Speedway on Sunday.   Busch was near the top of the leaderbolard all day and in the end it was Larson or Busch to win.  Larson took his usual high one and Busch passed him as the No. 5 Chevy brushed the wall.  After that it was all Kurt Busch, as he never surrendered the lead.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 7:29 PM, 05.15.2022

Zane Smith Dominates Kansas Truck Race for Third Victory of 2022

KANSAS CITY, KS – RIS - Zane Smith dominated the Kansas NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in a dominating performance as he led 108 of 134 laps to win on Saturday night.  It was the third victory for Smith, driving the No. 38 Ford 150 out of Bob Jenkins’ Front Row Racing stable. 

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 10:59 PM, 05.14.2022

Christopher Wins Kansas Cup Pole as Others have Tire Problems

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KANSAS CITY, KS – RIS – Christopher Bell will sit on the pole for Sunday NASCAR Cup race at Kansas Speedway.  Bell ran a fast .lap of 179.575 mph to start first.  . Tyler Reddick joins Bell on the front row after a lap of 178.855 mph. It’s Reddick’s best start of the season.  Kyle Larson (178.772 mph) qualified third. Daytona 500 winner Austin Cindric (178.448) qualified fourth. Kurt Busch (178.359) completed the top five. Kyle Busch (177.983) joins his brother in the third row.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 8:22 PM, 05.14.2022

Nemechek On Kansas Truck Pole

(KANSAS CITY, KS - MAY 14, 2022 - RIS) John Hunter Nemechek has become the second-generation “Front Row” qualifier in the family, joining his father Joe in posting fast qualifying times. This time, he qualified on pole position for the Heart of America 200 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kansas Speedway. Corey Heim will start second, with Ty Majeski and Zane Smith third and fourth.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 3:39 PM, 05.14.2022

Joey Logano Wins at Darlington With a Little Shove and a Good Luck Charm

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DARLINGTON, SC – RIS – Joey Logano did it all at Darlington on Sunday.  He won the pole on Saturday, won the Southern 500 on Sunday, and pretty much shoved William out of way  en route to his first victory of 2022 on a day he wore his “Smokin’ Joe” t-hirt under his firesuit for the first time (his father used that nickname when he was a child prodigy). 

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 8:22 PM, 05.08.2022

Logano Drives to First Pole of 2022 at Darlington

Logano's throwback paint scheme is his quarter midget racer's

(DARLINGTON, SC – MAY 7, 2022 – RIS) Joey Logano won the pole position for the Goodyear 400 NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway, beating out Kyle Larson with a fast lap of 28.805 seconds at 170.720 mph, against the Hendrick Chevy driver's 28.887/170.236 lap. Logano's pole is his first at the old egg-shaped South Carolina oval and the 23rd pole in his NASCAR Cup Series career of 483 races.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 2:00 PM, 05.07.2022

UPDATED: Nemechek Takes Darlington Trucks, Crafton DQ'ed

John Hunter Nemechek

(DARLINGTON, SC - MAY 6, 2022 - RIS) John Hunter Nemechek took his first victory of 2022 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series over Carson Hocevar in a NASCAR overtime finish. Grant Enfinger, Ty Majeski and Matt Crafton filled out the top five finishers in a race slowed by ten cautions, featuring  16 lead changes among nine trucks. Later, Crafton was disqualified in post-race inspection when his truck was found too low in the front end, this moves all trucks up one position with the No. 88 Jack Links/Menards Toyota scored last.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 10:51 PM, 05.06.2022

John Hunter Nemechek Dominates Darlington Truck Sessions

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(DARLINGTON, SC – MAY 6, 2022 – RIS) John Hunter Nemechek set the pace in practice for the Dead on Tools 200 Cometic Gasket NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Darlington Raceway, then clobbered the field with his qualifying lap of 28.719 sec/171.232 mph eclipsing Ty Majeski's second-place lap at 19.151 sec by 0.432 second and almost three mph.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 5:35 PM, 05.06.2022

Defending Coca-Cola 600 Winner Kyle Larson and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon Lay Wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Defending Coca-Cola 600 champion, Kyle Larson, and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon laid a wreath at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery as part of Charlotte Motor Speedway's Mission 600. The event was a prelude to the 63rd running of the Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day Weekend. (CMS/Jonathan Coleman photo)

ARLINGTON, VA (May 4, 2022) – Wednesday, as a prelude to its Memorial Day Weekend salute to the U.S. Armed Forces, Charlotte Motor Speedway hosted defending Coca-Cola 600 winner Kyle Larson and NASCAR Hall of Famer Jeff Gordon for a poignant visit to Arlington National Cemetery where the Hendrick Motorsports representatives laid a wreath at The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for approximately 400,000 individuals, including servicemen and women from every major United States conflict since the American Revolution.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 7:29 PM, 05.04.2022

Chase Elliott Wins at Dover for his First Victory of 2020

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DOVER, DE – RIS – Chase Elliot is a winner after 26 races without a win on an oval.  After taking the lead from Ross Chastain on a restart, Chase Elliott was able to drive away from Ricky Stenhouse Jr. over the final run and win the rain-delayed DuraMAX Drydene 400 at Dover to take his first victory of 2022 and the 14th of his Cup career on Monday. Elliott's win snapped a 26-race winless streak that had dated back to Road America last July, and it is also his first win on an oval since his Phoenix victory that won him the Cup Series championship in 2020. With Elliott entering the winner's circle, all four Hendrick Motorsports drivers -- Elliott, Kyle Larson, Alex Bowman, and William Byron -- have now won this season.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 3:47 PM, 05.02.2022

J Force, M Salinas, S Johnson Tops at zMAX Dragway

Steve Johnson - Pro Stock Motorcycle champion in the Four-Wide

(CONCORD, NC – MAY 1, 2022 – RIS) Steve Johnson grabbed the Wally for Pro Stock Motorcycle, winning all three quads on the way to his second consecutive event win for the 2022 season. In Top Fuel, Mike Salinas took second place in the first round, advancing to the semi-final, where he was quickest to the finish line, then repeating the feat to take the Wally trophy home after the final round. In Funny Car, John Force set new track records on the way to duplicating last year's win in the Four-Wide event, taking the runnerup position in the first quad, followed by a second runnerup in quad two, before beating out Ron Capps, Robert Hight and Mike McIntire Jr in the final round on the way to his155th class win in a Funny Car career that began in 1971. Mike Salinas captured the Wally for Top Fuel, his second win for 2022 and first for brand new sponsor Pep Boys.

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Volume 2022, Issue 5, Posted 9:45 PM, 05.01.2022

John Force Races to Pole No. 164 at Circle K NHRA Four-Wide National

John Force in post-qualifying interview

(CONCORD, NC – APRIL 30, 2022 – RIS) John Force drove his 11,000-horsepower PEAK/BlueDEF Platinum Chevrolet Camaro SS Funny Car to a track record of 3.850 seconds at 334.24 mph in Friday's qualifying session and the time held for the 16-time champion to claim his 164th career pole and first of the 2022 season. “It's a team effort and Robert Hight ran quicker, 3.87 to our 3.89 (in the final qualifying session), but feel I good about that because three out of four good runs for us and a little consistency," Force said. "If Robert wins, we win, but I want to win, too. He's got a couple on board (in 2022);

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 9:47 PM, 04.30.2022

Josh Berry Leads His Teammates Across the Finish Line in Dover Xfinity Race

DOVER, DE - RIS - Josh Berry won his third career NASCAR Xfinity Series race in an event dominated by JR Motorsports Camaros.  Berry led for 55 of the 200 laps in the No. 8 JRM Chevrolet. His triumph in the A-GAME 200 was his first of the season, and his first at the 1-mile Delaware track. Justin Allgaier won Stage 2, led a race-high 67 laps and wound up second in the No. 7 JRM Chevy. Ty Gibbs placed third with two more JR Motorsports drivers finishing well being Noah Gragson fourth and Sam Mayer rounding out the top five.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 4:41 PM, 04.30.2022

Chris Beuscher Gives RFK First NASCAR Cup Pole since 2017 at Dover

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DOVER, DE – RIS – In a total surprise, Chris Beuscher did what no other RFK driver has done in five years.  He will sit on the pole of Sunday’s race at Dover Motor Speedway.  Buescher set the pace in the final 10-driver group, posting a best lap of 160.149 mph in the No. 17 RFK Racing Ford. He scored the organization’s first pole in nearly five years, dating back to May 2017 at Talladega, and he became the fourth first-time pole winner so far this season in the Cup Series.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 1:41 PM, 04.30.2022

John Force Sets New zMAX Dragway ET and Speed Records in Friday Qualifying

John Force met the media before qualifying

J. Force, J. Ashley and Johnson Power to Provisional No. 1 Spots at Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals
CONCORD, N.C. (April 29, 2022) John Force set both ends of the track record at zMAX Dragway on Friday, making the fastest run ever at the facility to power to the Funny Car provisional No. 1 position at the Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 11:18 PM, 04.29.2022

Brandon Jones Wins Dover Xfinity Pole

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DOVER, DE – RIS – Brandon Jones will sit on the pole position for Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Dover Motor Speedway. Jones’ lap of 157.398 miles per hour around the one-mile concrete oval was enough to earn his first pole of the season. It came after he ran the fastest lap in the preceding practice session. Jones last won an Xfinity pole in February 2020 at Auto Club Speedway, 72 starts ago.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 9:30 PM, 04.29.2022

Ross Chastain Wins at Talladega with a Last Lap Run

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TALLADEGA, AL - RIS - Ross Chastain won the NASCAR Cup Series Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway in a surprise finish. Hendrick Chevrolets were lined up for most of the race and at the end, fans got the usual surprise finish. Chastain edged past Austin Dillon and Kyle Busch in a thrilling finish. Chastain only led the last lap of the race, This is Chastain's second win of the NASCAR Cup Series, and first at Talladega Superspeedway.

In an usual move, Chastain simply stayed in line over the final few laps as leader Erik Jones and reigning Cup champion Kyle Larson fought for the win. Larson made his attempt on the final lap and Jones moved for the defensive block., and Chastain just pointed his Chevrolet straight, slipped past the leaders and won for the second time in five races.

“Holy cow! We didn’t do anything! We just stayed down there!” Chastain screamed over his radio.

The eighth-generation watermelon farmer from Florida then climbed out of his winning TrackHouse Racing through the open roof flaps – like a sunroof – and smashed a watermelon from the roof of the Chevy in celebration.

“I’m always the one going to the top early and making the mistake and there at the end it was like eight to go, and I was like, ‘I’m not going up there again,’” Chastain said. “I did that a couple of times today, I was like, ‘I’ll just ride on the bottom. I’m not going to lose the race for us.’

“I have no idea. They just kept going up. They just kept moving out of the way.”

Chastain and William Byron are the only multiple race winners through 10 Cup events – a quarter of the season. He’s solidly locked into the playoffs with TrackHouse, a second-year team owned by former driver Justin Marks and Pitbull.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 6:54 PM, 04.24.2022

Noah Gragson Wins at Talladega in Three Overtimes

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TALLADEGA, AL – RIS – It took three overtimes, but Noah Gragson won NASCAR Xfinity race at Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday.  Gragson took advantage of teammate Justin Allgaier running out of fuel at the start of the third overtime and held off Jeffrey Earnhardt to win Saturday’s Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway.  Earnhardt’s runner-up finish is his best in 136 Xfinity starts. It comes after he won his first career series pole Friday.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 8:18 PM, 04.23.2022

Christopher Bell Wins Pole with Teammate Truex Second

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TALADEGA, AL – RIS – Christopher Bell will sit on the pole for Sunday’s NASCAR Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.  Alongside will be Martin Truex, Jr. as Toyotas took the first two starting positions.  Bell earned his second career NASCAR Cup Series pole position with a lap of 180.928 mph around the 2.66-mile Talladega Superspeedway on Saturday morning, narrowly just edging teammate Martin Truex Jr. by .081 seconds.  This is the first time JGR has swept the front row at Talladega.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 2:35 PM, 04.23.2022

Jeffrey Earnhardt Wins Talladega Xfinity Pole in the Number 3 Chevy

TALLADEGA, AL - RIS - Jeffrey Earnhardt won the pole position for Saturday's Xfinity Race.  The grandson of the legendary Dale Earnhardt, Sr., thrilled fans by winning the pole for Saturday’s NASCAR’s Xfinity race.  Qualifying had two runs—one round that set the stage for the run for the pole by the ten fastest drivers.  Earnhardt was the fastest, besting Austin Hill in speed at the 2.66-mile superspeedway.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 8:24 PM, 04.22.2022

Easter Bunny (Briscoe and Reddick) Brings Kyle Busch a Surprise Victory on Bristol Dirt

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BRISTOL, TN - RIS - It all came down to the final laps on a duel between a closing Chase Briscoe and Tyler Reddick, who was leading the NASCAR Cup Food City Dirt Race.  Briscoe and Reddick got together and Kyle Busch was there to claim the victory. The final margin of victory was a matter of feet between Reddick and Busch, but a win nonetheless.  Busch was following behind in third place by about three seconds. Busch’s No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota led only that final lap of Sunday’s race. His first victory of the season was the 60th of his Cup Series career.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 11:39 PM, 04.17.2022

Ben Rhodes Dominates Bristol Dirt

Ben Rhodes takes the checkered flag at Bristol

(BRISTOL, TN – APRIL 16, 2022 – RIS) Ben Rhodes swept both early stages and then the race's final few laps to win the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Pinty's Truck Race on Dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway's dirt surface, moving into second place in the point standings. 

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 10:57 PM, 04.16.2022

Cole Custer Wins NASCAR Cup Series Pole at Bristol

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BRISTOL, TN – RIS – Once again, NASCAR’s Cup Series teams are qualifying on dirt and the way the starting lineup was established is far different from what NASCAR fans are used to seeing.  For the 36 drivers entered in the Cup Series dirt race, the four qualifying heats each were run as 15-lap races and only green-flag laps counted toward the total. The heats drivers will compete in, along with the lineup for each one, were determined by a random draw.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 7:56 PM, 04.16.2022

Joey Logano Gains Truck Series Pole on Bristol Dirt

Trucks in practice on Friday afternoon

(BRISTOL, TN - APRIL 16, 2022 - RIS) Joey Logano and Ben Rhodes will lead the field to the start of the second Pinty's Truck Race on Dirt at Bristol Motor Speedway's dirt track surface. Logano and Rhodes finished one-two in the fourth and final heat race, earning enough passing points to start in that order in Saturday night's race.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 6:23 PM, 04.16.2022

Grassroots Racing Returns to North Wilkesboro Speedway With Racetrack Revival in August and October Inbox

City of North Wilkesboro

BRISTOL, TN. (April 16, 2022) – In the midst of revitalizing historic North Wilkesboro Speedway, Speedway Motorsports will bring grassroots racing back to the famed .625-mile short track in August and October of 2022, officials announced today at a press conference at Bristol Motor Speedway. Produced by XR Events, Racetrack Revival will be a multi-week grassroots racing event featuring multiple series on the current North Wilkesboro asphalt in August. Then, following removal of the pavement, Racetrack Revival will return for several weeks in October on dirt before a repave takes place in 2023.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 4:00 PM, 04.16.2022

Grassroots Racing Returns to North Wilkesboro Speedway With Racetrack Revival in August and October

For the first time in more than a decade, racing will return to historic North Wilkesboro Speedway with Racetrack Revival in August and October of 2022 Produced by XR Events, August racing will take place with multiple series on asphalt, while October racing will take place on dirt before a repave in 2023
Ticket and schedule information is available at northwilkesborospeedway.com

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 3:41 PM, 04.16.2022

Tyler Reddick Heads Bristol Dirt Practice

Kyle Larson in the first practice session

(BRISTOL, TN – Apr 15, 2022 – RIS) Tyler Reddick's time early in the first of two sessions led the day's running in practice for the Food City Dirt race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The only driver whose first session time didn't hold up over the second session was Harrison Burton, with the slowest first session time of 20.684 sec/87.024 mph over the half mile dirt surface.

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 9:29 PM, 04.15.2022

Friesen Heads Bristol Truck Practice

(BRISTOL, TN - APRIL 15, 2022 - RIS) Stewart Friesen Topped the first session of practice for the NASCAR Camping World Pinty's Truck Race on Bristol Motor Speedway's dirt surface, just 0.025 second ahead of Ben Rhodes' Toyota. 

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 9:56 PM, 04.15.2022

NTT INDYCAR SERIES: ACCURA LONG BEACH GP-JOSEF NEWGARDEN WINNER QUOTE

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LONG BEACH, Calif (April 9, 2022) – Josef Newgarden, No. 2 Hitachi Team Penske Chevrolet, captured his second consecutive win of the 2022 season with his first victory at Long Beach Grand Prix. It is the 22nd win of his NTT INDYCAR Series career and the 98th win for the Chevrolet 2.2 liter V6 engine. Newgarden leads the standings after today's win. Win quote:

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 8:17 PM, 04.10.2022

Brandon Jones Wins Wild, Crash Filled Martinsville Speedway Xfinity race

MARTINSVILLE, VA – RIS -Brandon Jones driving the #19 Menards/Lyons Toyota survived a multi-car crash on lap 250 of the scheduled 250 lap race that resulted in a red flag ,and then gained the lead on an overtime green white checker finish to take the win on lap 261 of the Call 811 Before You Dig 250 Powered by Call811.com at Martinsville Speedway. This is his first victory and fourth top-10 in 2022.  Perhaps this should have been called the 911 special with all that occurred.

Landon Cassill finished second for his fourth top 10 finish in 2022. Third place and the $100,000 Dash for Cash went to AJ Allmendinger. Austin Hill finished fourth and was the highest finishing rookie.

 

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Volume 2022, Issue 4, Posted 12:12 AM, 04.09.2022