In what has been a bitterly cold off-season from racing, the racing community surrounding the pavement racing scene in the Twin Tiers has been swirling. Opinions regarding schedules and a nearby track discussing re-opening seems to have been the biggest buzz.
Saturday’s Performance Plus 150 at Myrtle Beach Speedway marked a day of firsts for both driver Jon McKennedy and team owner Tommy Baldwin.
Fifteen-year-old Austin Herzog will make his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut on March 15 at Kern County Raceway Park.
The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season ended last year with Harrison Burton and Todd Gilliland fighting tooth-and-nail for the championship.
Recent NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee and vintage racing enthusiast Ray Evernham will serve as the grand marshal for the NAPA Auto Parts Spring Sizzler on April 28-29 at Stafford Motor Speedway.
Tommy Baldwin Racing confirmed Tuesday that the team will carry sponsorship from Accell Construction on the No. 7NY tour-type modified during the 2018 season, beginning with the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway.
David Gilliland Racing and CROSLEY Sports Group have signed Noah Gragson to drive the No. 54 Switch Toyota in select NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and ARCA Racing Series events.
A change in his car might be exactly what Justin Bonsignore needs to make a run at the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship in 2018.
Kenneth Massa Motorsports has announced its 2018 plans for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Veteran driver Justin Bonsignore will drive a LFR Car as he races for the NWMT championship with Ryan Stone as his crew chief.
Bill McAnally Racing announced Wednesday that Hailie Deegan will join the team to tackle the ranks of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2018, driving the No. 19 Mobil 1/NAPA Power Premium Plus Toyota Camry.
In addition to new logos for all six of its regional touring series, NASCAR announced Wednesday a series of competition updates, targeted to continue to help teams minimize costs and enhance driver development.
Continuing on NASCAR’s refreshment of its brand identity, which began last December with a new sanction mark and new series logo for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, NASCAR revealed a new NASCAR Home Tracks brand mark and new series logos for its regional and touring series on Wednesday.