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In a race full of stars, Kyle Larson shined brightest in Saturday’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

After a stirring drive to the front from the rear of the field, Larson held off Kevin Harvick over the final laps to become the first driver to win the Monster Energy Open and the All-Star Race on the same night. The driver of the No. 42 Chip Ganassi Racing Chevrolet made moves high, low and in the middle to assume the point in the final 15-lap dash for $1 million.

Harvick reeled in Larson over the final circuits but wasn’t able to make a pass to capture his second consecutive All-Star Race triumph, finishing a scant 0.322 seconds in arrears of Larson – who won in a Monster Energy Cup Series car for the first time since 2017.

Larson had to sweat out advancing into the All-Star Race, taking a car he believed was the event’s best and having to fight out a win in the final stage of the Monster Energy Open to advance to the big show. From there, Larson quickly asserted himself – moving into seventh before the first stage ended.

Harvick appeared to be the man to beat for much of the night. His pink, Millennial-themed machine had the measure of the field in the early going before a loose wheel robbed Harvick of track position.

Amid three- and four-wide battles through the pack and exciting, wheel-to-wheel racing previously reserved for tracks larger than 1.5 miles, the 35th running of the biggest all-star event in sports delivered in spectacular style – particularly for the race winner, whose Victory Lane drought came to an end in lucrative fashion.

Following Larson and Harvick, who led a race-high 33 laps, Kyle Busch finished third after hitting the wall late in the race. Joey Logano, the 2016 race winner and defending series champion, was fourth. Bubba Wallace – in his first All-Star Race after winning Stage 2 of the Open – ended up fifth in Richard Petty Motorsports’ first All-Star Race since 2015.

KYLE LARSON, No. 42 Advent Health Chevrolet (Race Winner): "Gosh, after the year we've had, I wouldn't have guessed that we would get our first win at the All-Star Race. But the way the format is and how crazy the race is, it kinda helps us out. We always seem to run good on this weekend, so it just feels like a big relief to finally get a win. It's been a long time since I've been to victory lane in a stock car. After being close to winning this race a couple years ago and then allowing Joey (Logano) to get by, it feels really good to get some redemption. … What makes this race so exciting is the short runs, people are going crazy. Even though it's a 20-lap run, there's still a caution or two in each segment because everybody is just going nuts. The restarts were wild.”

CHAD JOHNSTON, No. 42 Advent Health Chevrolet (Winning Crew Chief): "It was a good time for us. We've had a rough year. We've had a lot more speed than we've shown in points, obviously. We haven't been able to string together any finishes until as of late. We come off a third-place finish in Dover and a seventh-place finish at Kansas, and with the exception of Phoenix, those are the only races we haven't had issues. To come here to the All-Star Race and to be able to take home a million dollars is huge for us and hopefully a stake in the ground for a turning point for us."

KEVIN HARVICK, No. 4 Busch Beer Millennial Car Ford (Runner-Up): “That’s how you take the fastest car and don’t win the race with it. We had an incredible Busch Beer Ford. (Crew chief) Rodney (Childers) and the guys on the team did an incredible job. It was unfortunate. The guys did a great job preparing a race car, and we weren't ready to make a pit stop on pit road tonight. We just need to be ready to race; we've done it all year. We just need to show up (and not) have it be a disaster. They've been great all year and tonight wasn't great, that's for sure. We spotted the whole field and started tail-back with 15 laps to go. Once they get single-file, as soon as they drive in your lane, they'd push up a groove, so you've got to go where they aren't. (Larson) was fast enough to run the bottom, and that's where I needed to run to really make time."

KYLE BUSCH, No. 18 M&M’s Hazelnut Spread Toyota (Third-Place Finisher): "We had a really fast M&Ms Camry. Probably was the only guy to pass for the lead after a given set of laps. On restarts, we couldn’t go anywhere. We just weren't fast enough, but we had long-run speed. That's all there is to it."

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With last week’s racing cancelled due to Mother Nature’s lack of cooperation. This week the pits were full and race teams were prepared for the week’s racing action. It was the Dominion Floor Covering/ Armed Forces Night at the Races where there was sun filled skies at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway. Two hundred and sixty laps from seven different featured race divisions made up the evening festivities. In action were the Cycle City Corp Bandoleros and Legends series with the Harris Truck Shop Super Trucks. Also taking the track were the Parts Barn Enduro division as the Bojangles UCar’s, Pepsi Grand Stocks and the Taylor Waste Services Late Models were set to battle for a hundred laps. Here’s a recap of the racing and how it all came down.

Cycle City Corp Bandoleros 15 Laps: Jacob Derrick started the afternoon qualifying by notching the Bando series pole. His fast lap set at 21.291 seconds beat out Ryley Music’s efforts but earned his spot starting second on the front row. With the green flag in the air, Jacob Derrick would show the field into turn one. Leading lap one would be Jacob Derrick but the lead would still be contested as Ryley Music wanted the spot as well. Side by side the leaders would go as Music would get to lead a lap in the battle before the races first caution. Back to the green and in a single file start, Jacob Derrick would be the leader with Ryley Music in tow. Logan Clark was equal to the leaders and looking to move to the front. Halfway in the race and Music continued to chase the leader. Derrick who seemed to be much better in clean air maintained a car length lead over Music. Laps later, Derrick soon began to pull away and when the checkered flag waved, it was Jacob Derrick crossing first for the win. Derrick from Victory Lane, “Yeah, it was a great car all day. Logan in the fifteen helped me out a lot because Ryley was fast on the outside and he helped me by pushing me”. When asked about winning being fun, “Yes sir”!

Race Results:

  1. #8 Jacob Derrick; 15
  2. #47 Ryley Music; 15
  3. #15 Logan Clark; 15
  4. #14 Aaliyah Paynter;15
  5. #22 Wyatt Philyaw; 15

Harris Truck Shop Super Trucks 25 Laps: Chase McAdams put his Super Truck on the pole with his 19.166 second lap. Ronald Klein just missed being on pole who was just twelve thousandths of a second off the pole time of McAdams. Green flag waved to the Super Truck division which twenty five circuits would decide the winner. Chase McAdams the pole sitter would lead lap one followed by Ronald Klein who decided not to make too much on the start and quickly tucked in line. Rick Poust did so likewise but making moves and picking up the third spot would be Keith Wheeler. Several laps in, McAdams race lead was four lengths as Klein continued to chase. At the halfway, still on the move was Keith Wheeler who at this point caught Klein and looking for the pass. At the same time, Klein was catching the race leader when suddenly Wheeler turned Klein to bring out the caution. With Wheeler forced to the rear for rough driving, the restart saw race leader McAdams with a mirror full of Rick Poust. The race would experience one last caution for debris but Chase McAdams would hold off the advances of Rick Poust and go on to win the Super Truck feature. McAdams in Victory Lane, “They were all getting closer and closer in my rear view mirror”, the race winner said. “I don’t know if it was something with the truck or something on the track, I don’t know what happened but the track was as greasy as I don’t know what. That was a tough win”.

Race Results:

  1. #62 Chase McAdams; 25
  2. #9 Rick Poust; 25
  3. #27 Keith Wheeler; 25
  4. #28 Ronald Klein; 25
  5. #3 Ryan Huff; 25
  6. #65 Shannon Lester; 25
  7. #38 Paige Cain; 24

Race Results are currently unofficial pending post race inspections. Official results will be updated as soon as its available. Super Trucks are unofficial at this time.

Parts Barn Enduros 30 Laps: In Enduro series action, the grid was set by pill draw and drawing the one pill to start on pole would be Mel Vermillion. Race began and coming around to lead lap one would be Michael Joyner. Charles Johnson who also wasted no time marching to the front soon found himself in second. Laps later the race had its first red flag when Zach Drake hit the inside retaining wall. Once cleared, the green was back on the speedway and with the better restart would come Charlie Bryant to the front, Joyner would fall back in line to second. But just before the halfway, Charlie Joyner would better the race leader in traffic and regained his race lead. Laps later, Joyner would enjoy his six car length lead before another red flag to the feature fell. After a quick clean up, the race resumed as Charlie Joyner continuing to lead. Charlie Bryant would chase in second followed by Colby Vance who started near dead last. Laps later and headed into the latter stages of the feature saw Michael Joyner as the class of the field. Colby Vance would eventually get by Bryant for second but the race belonged to Joyner for the race win. Michael Joyner had this to say, “Its funny cause during practice, I went out with the emergency brake on. I thought somethings wrong with the cars and my crew told me that the back rear tires were smoking. That’s all I could think that happened because it didn’t do it during the race. We had a tire go down two minutes before the race so the one we changed it with made the car tight. Man, we just had a blast”.

Race Results:

  1. #02 Michael Joyner; 30
  2. #44 Colby Vance; 30
  3. #88 Charlie Bryant; 30
  4. #48 Chris Kane; 30
  5. #6 Christian Keller; 30
  6. #73 Charles Johnson; 30
  7. #31 Richard Quinn; 30
  8. #3 Mikey Chinn; 30
  9. #47 Nate Lundin; 30
  10. #28 William Robinson; 29
  11. #91 Donnie Massingo; 29
  12. #30 Rick Walsh; 29
  13. #33 Mike Canary; 29
  14. #25 Ryan Vinson; 29
  15. #4 Wendell White; 29
  16. #74 Kenvir Teeter; 29
  17. #13 Hayden Sheldon; 28
  18. #12 Zach Herdlein; 28
  19. #2 Jesse Holston; 28
  20. #18 Ben Wolff; 28
  21. #32 Vicky Connor; 28
  22. #49 Randy Constable; 28
  23. #16 Mel Vermillion; 27
  24. #54 Ricky Barbrey; 27
  25. #7 Dwight Nikles; 25
  26. #98 Justin Fansler; 20
  27. #00 Robert Dezero; 17
  28. #99 Zach Kane; 17
  29. #11 Phil Nelson; 16
  30. #41 Richard Ellis; 6
  31. #03 Zach Drake; 5

Cycle City Corp Legends 25 Laps: Ryan Matthews grabbed up the Legend series pole with a hot lap set at 18.096 seconds. Spencer Saunders narrowly missed his first pole but took the two spot in the front row. With the flagman waving the green, pole sitter Ryan Matthews showed the field on into turn one. Out of turn two, Matthews secured the point but Spencer Saunders wouldn’t let the leader get away. Nose to tail were the leaders and watching it all was Matt Dail riding third. Lap after lap, Saunders would haunt Matthews race line and poking underneath to see if the move can be made. Halfway as there was much more in the battle for lead as Ryan Matthews had it and Spencer Saunders wanted it. Then the move of the race as Spencer Saunders got the drive off turn two that he needed and passed race leader Matthews. From there and in the clean air, Spencer Saunders would go on to win in Legend series action. Saunders had this to say from Victory Lane, “Awe man what a great car the last few weeks we’ve been on stride. To run second against forty other cars at Carteret was something special and gave us a good notebook for the Fall Nationals coming up in October. I got a boat load of people to thank, gotta thank my mom and dad in this crazy deal each week. Just gotta thank all my friends, all my family”.

Race Results:

  1. #7 Spencer Saunders; 25
  2. #51 Ryan Matthews; 25
  3. #07 Matt Dail; 25
  4. #88 Ryan Center; 25
  5. #51w Bradley Wilson; 24
  6. #4 Chris Hayes; 24
  7. #27 David Steele; 24

Bojangles UCar 25 Laps: Mike Farley would take the UCar series pole showing a 19.174 second lap. His lap bested the hot wheel of Brandon Wood by only twenty one thousandths who would get a share starting on the front row. With the green flag in full display and coming around to lead lap one would be the pole sitter Mike Farley. Brandon Wood settled quickly into second with Tyler Borden in third. Laps later, both Farley and Wood checked out from the rest of the grid in what looked poised to settle the race themselves. Austin Davis would make his way to third when the race had its first caution involving Casey Bristow and Dean Ballew. Back to the green, Brandon Wood would get the better restart and take over the race lead. But Mike Farley would not let the leader get comfortable as the leaders were nose to tail. Halfway, the battle continued to ensue but coming into the picture was Austin Davis still running third. The race had its first caution with just seven laps remaining and with the restart, Brandon Wood continued to lead. But laps later the battle for the top spot got real when Farley looked underneath but Wood would deny. Losing ground in making the move, Farley settled back into second and from there, Wood would go on to win. Brandon Wood from Victory Lane, “I went on the outside there and I think we burned up the right front cause at the end it was getting really hard to handle. I want to thank Mike because he probably could have dumped me but I’ve driven him clean and I’ve told him that’s how I want to be driven so thanks Mike. That was good, fun, hard racing, I love it!”

Race Results:

  1. #18 Brandon Wood; 25
  2. #11 Mike Farley; 25
  3. #3 Austin Davis; 25
  4. #2 Tyler Borden; 25
  5. #8 Dean Ballew; 25
  6. #33 Casey Bristow; 22
  7. #4j Jesse Jones; 2

Pepsi Grand Stocks 40 Laps: Tim Wilson earned the series pole position posting a 17.732 second lap. Jimmy Adkins was just as fast in qualifying, earning the second position on the grid. Sammy Gaita, Paul Lubno and Michael Waters rounded out the five fastest in Grand Stock qualifying. Green flag waved high in the air and coming out of turn two with the lead would be Tim Wilson. Jimmy Adkins soon tucked in single file with the leader as Sammy Gaita and Paul Lubno settled third. Laps later, business at the front picked up when Adkins looked underneath the leader to see if anything was there but Wilson was still strong off the corners. At the halfway, Wilson continued to lead as Jimmy Adkins rode in second. Lubno had worked his way to third who soon had his sights on Adkins. Wilson who looked to be tough in the first half of the feature soon fell off and passing him for the lead was Jimmy Adkins. Paul Lubno would follow through as well but Adkin’s lead wasn’t long when Lubno took a turn at the lead with just seven laps remaining. Lubno caught a break when Wilson raced Adkins hard for second, from there Lubno cruised for the Grand Stock win. Lubno in Victory Lane, “This class may have a small car count but the competition is there. It took a little patience, run our own race and it paid off at the end. Me and Jimmy had a good run, I like Jimmy, me and him have been racing for thirty some years. Tim Wilson ran me clean, it was a good race”.

Race Results:

  1. #14 Paul Lubno; 40
  2. #17 Tim Wilson; 40
  3. #29 Jimmy Adkins; 40
  4. #24 Sammy Gaita; 40
  5. #2 Michael Waters; 40
  6. #1 Kevin Morgan; 40
  7. #71 JR Smith; 39
  8. #8 Dale Nichols; 6
  9. #51 Amanda Satterly; 5

Taylor Waste Services Late Models 100 Laps: Greg Edwards would once again claim another Late Model series pole sporting his fast lap at 15.742 seconds. Brother Danny Edwards earned the second spot on the grid and completing the five best in qualifying was Connor Hall, Brenden Queen and Justin Carroll. Green flag waved and emerging out of the second turn with the lead would be Greg Edwards. Second place Danny Edwards Jr would have his hands full early with Connor Hall as Brenden Queen who ran fourth watched it all happen. Laps later, Connor Hall worked his way past Danny Edwards for second as did Brenden Queen for third. Meanwhile, Greg Edwards had checked out mounting up an eight car length lead. The race experienced its first caution on lap twenty one when Rodney Boyd had a flat tire. Bunching back up the field for the restart, Greg Edwards quickly secured the top spot. After a brief battle for second with Connor Hall and Brenden Queen, Hall had managed to earn the spot. Justin Carroll got involved with the passing as well who made his way to fourth but back up front, Greg Edwards was in full cruise mode sporting a twelve car length lead. Halfway in the feature would show much the same with Greg Edwards as the race leader. Lap traffic soon came into play which help Edwards extend his race length lead to a half a straight away. Riding at this point in the feature, tire conservation was the obvious objective. Latter stages in the race saw leader Greg Edwards continue to dominate as Connor Hall needed a caution. But the caution never came as Greg Edwards wins going wire to wire in a caution free event. Greg Edwards had this to say, “That was the most solid race car I’ve had in a while here. Thank God for a clean, safe race cause sometimes these full moons can funny. We’ve been knocking on it and were slowly working to it and we’ve had decent finishes all year. We found something last week, last race and I think we put it towards this week. The car was pretty much spot on, thanks to this crew, thanks to the Air Force again, that’s the Commanders Cup, that’s pretty impressive. I’m really excited about that”.

Race Results:

  1. #97 Greg Edwards; 100
  2. #77 Connor Hall; 100
  3. #26 Danny Edwards Jr; 100
  4. #91 Justin Carroll; 100
  5. #03 Brenden Queen; 100
  6. #90 Terry Carroll; 99
  7. #88 Thomas Marks; 99
  8. #01s Jeff Shifflet; 99
  9. #7 Zach Lightfoot; 99
  10. #71 Rick Gdovic; 99
  11. #10 Maddy Mulligan; 98
  12. #9 Rodney Boyd; 74
  13. #4 Duane Shreeves; 54
  14. #25 Craig Eastep; 25

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Speedway Indiana May 19th, 2019

 

We knew this was a likely going to be the case today. Rain continues to fall here at IMS. This comes on the heels of a big day 1 of qualifying.

Day one was a rough day for some and an incredible day for others!

 

 After spending more than a year working toward an Indy 500 comeback, Hinchcliffe had some difficulties with his No. 5 Honda during his first qualifying attempt Saturday after crashing the race car on the 2.5 mile track, which slid into the backstretch of the track after hitting a wall along the second turn. Thankfully, Hinchcliffe climbed out of the car of his own will, he was also checked, cleared and released from the infield care center. With not getting enough speed in his backup to move his way into the Top 30 starting positions, the 33-year-old Canadian driver’s final shot is Sunday afternoon according to CBS News, when six drivers will vie for three spots in the “Last Row Shootout.”

 Dragon who? No we aren’t talking about the latest Game Of Thrones episode. We are talking about DragonSpeed a low budget unsponsored car. I’m pretty sure most didn’t have much confidence in their 31 year old rookie who had never been on an oval until his rookie test! At IMS just a few days ago. Welcome to Indy Ben Hanley. Hanley qualified with a speed of  227.482 yes that’s only 27th but what a performance from DragonSpeed

Also Fernando Alonso has been struggling for speed in his McLaren car! Fernando Alonso is in danger of failing to make the grid for the Indianapolis 500 after setting the 31st fastest time on the first day of qualifying. The two-time Formula 1 world champion faces a shootout on Sunday with five other drivers for the final three places on the 33-car grid.

If it rains continues, the shootout will be when weather allows next week. Alonso had five attempts at locking in a place in the top 30 on the grid but the McLaren car was not fast enough.

"We didn't have the speed," said Alonso, who managed a fastest average over his four-lap run of 227.224mph.

"We are where we deserve today and hopefully tomorrow we will have another chance. If we do not take it, it is because we do not deserve to be in the race.

"The whole week, the speed is not really there in the car. We will not find it in one night. We will try to do a good clean run and hopefully that will put us in the top three positions."

While there will be dry at times Sunday, I think it is going to be hard to get on the track for Fast 9 #Fast9 and last row shootout .Strong/severe t'storms possible after 2pm. Plus, winds will be gusting 35 mph.

We will continue to monitor the situation but not looking good at the moment.

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Jake Little and his uncle Ryan are active members in the Illinois National Guard and the US Army. On Armed Forces Night, Jake Little reigned supreme in the Decatur Building Trades Pro Late Model Feature at Macon Speedway. Little missed out on a possible championship in 2018 when he was sent overseas for active duty in August into September and missed many of the final races to take away his points lead. Ryan Little doesn't have much of a chance to race enough for a championship because of his active status which has forced him away from the racecar for the majority of the 2019 season.

Both Little drivers started in the front row and looked prepared to take the race but Jake Little knew he had to get to the high side and run away from the group. He was able to do just that. Dakota Ewing, starting from the 13th position due to a DNF in his heat race due to a near rollover and a flat tire, broke through the pack and challenged for a top five finish. Ewing would finish third in the 20-lap feature and nearly finish in the runner-up spot.

Tommy Sheppard, Jr. won the feature in the BillingsleyRewards.com Modifieds. The race was his for the entire event but a late caution set up a bumper-to-bumper restart with Rodney Standerfer behind Sheppard. Standerfer pulled close-to-even with the leader but couldn't find a way to make the pass and Sheppard took another checkered flag.

Wes O'Dell was sharp in the Sportsman class. After winning his heat by a half lap ahead of the second place finisher, O'Dell started on the front row outside position and blasted off ahead of Scott Landers and the rest of the cars. The former champion looked dominate and made an impact in the Sportsman points standings as points leader Dennis Vandermeersch was not part of the 12-car field.

Terry Reed took another Archer's Alley Street Stocks feature win. Two weeks ago, his brother Gene Reed won the feature and Terry took the Opening Night checkered flag. It was a Reed Win-Place-Show as Gene took second place and Joe Reed finished third in the field.

Tim Hancock was on his A-game once again as he took control of his heat race and then ran off with the Neal Tire & Auto Pro Modified feature. For Hancock, he has taken the checkered flag in three of the first four events during the 2019 season.

Wrapping up the show Saturday night was the Hornets. A new winner took to the winner's circle in Anthony Sunshine, a driver from St. Louis, Missouri. Sunshine's home track has been flooded out due to much of the spring rains so a trip north to Macon gave him plenty of competition and a chance to race. Brady Reed, starting tenth due to winning the last Hornet feature, rushed towards the front and challenged for the top spot. Another Missouri driver, Joshua Hawkins from Imperial, finished in third during his first trip to the track in 2019.

Among the six racing classes was another solid night of cars in the pit area, 90, so Macon Speedway brings forth quality in numbers during all the classes so far during the first four weeks of the season. Macon Speedway takes a rare scheduled Saturday night off to prep for a monster week at the track beginning on Memorial Day Monday. The annual event, Miller Lite Beer Twin 50s, is on tap for the Decatur Building Trade Pro Late Models and the Neal Tire & Auto Pro Modifieds. A full stock car racing show is scheduled. Thursday, May 30th, is the second-ever 95Q Up On The Wheel Modified 100--a 100-lap feature for the BillingsleyRewards.com Modifieds plus the MOWA Sprints. The week is capped off with a fan-favorite, the Five Buck Night. General admission is just $5 plus it will be the kids bicycle giveaway night along with a full program.

Decatur Building Trades Pro Late Models--1. Jake Little (Springfield), 2. Ryan Little (Springfield), 3. Dakota Ewing (Warrensburg), 4. Logan Moody (Catlin), 5. Donny Koehler (Macon), 6. Colby Sheppard (Williamsville), 7. Kyle Van Dorn (New Berlin), 8. Roy Beal (Springfield), 9. Brianna Sheppard (New Berlin), 10. Blake Damery (Blue Mound)

BillingsleyRewards.com Modifieds--1. Tommy Sheppard, Jr. (New Berlin), 2. Rodney Standerfer (Summerfield), 3. TIm Hancock (Mt. Olive), 4. Steve Meyer, Jr. (Staunton), 5. Michael Rauch (Decatur), 6. Jared Thomas (Edinburg), 7. Guy Taylor (Springfield), 8. Katie Lord (Zionsville, IN), 9. Jordan Warren (Medora), 10. Alan Crowder (Elwin)

Sportsman--1. Wes O'Dell (Springfield), 2. Scott Landers (Taylorville), 3. Mitch Ringler (Taylorville), 4. Tim Bedinger (Taylorville), 5. Connor Klay (Stonington), 6. Rick Roedel (Shelbyville), 7. Joel Irvin (Harristown), 8. Stefan Bedinger (Taylorville), 9. Bill Berghaus (Chapin), 10. Terry Myers (Buffalo)

Archer's Alley Street Stocks--1. Terry Reed (Cerro Gordo), 2. Gene Reed (Hammond), 3. Joe Reed (Decatur), 4. Shawn Ziemer (Boody), 5. Larry Russell, Jr. (Decatur), 6. Joshua Beal (Springfield), 7. Fredie Thomas (Macon), 8. Jonathon Hall (Harristown), 9. Jerit Murphy (Lodge), 10. Brian Dasenbrock (Decatur)

Neal Tire & Auto Pro Modifieds--1. Tim Hancock (Mt. Olive), 2. Nick Justice (Decatur), 3. Rob Timmons (Centralia), 4. Tommy Sheppard, Jr. (New Berlin), 5. Billy Nail (Decatur), 6. Zack Bunning (Decatur), 7. Tim Riech (Petersburg), 8. Nathan Lynch (Hillsboro), 9. Kevin Rench (Hillsboro), 10. Billy Adams (Shelbyville)

Hornets--1. Anthony Sunshine (St. Louis, MO), 2. Brady Reed (Decatur), 3. Joshua Hawkins (Imperial, MO), 4. Dallas Strauch (East Peoria), 5. Carter Dart (Springfield), 6. John Lewis (Cerro Gordo), 7. Cook Crawford (Lincoln), 8. Delane Orr (Springfield), 9. Debbie Seitz (Decatur), 10. Michael Abbott (Taylorville)

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The depth in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model Stock Car Division at South Boston Speedway has been getting better with each week of the 2019 season.

It took another step in that direction Saturday night when Trey Crews of Halifax, Virginia scored his first career NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model Stock Car race win in the Bojangles NASCAR Late Model 100.

Crews, the outside pole starter, held off former NASCAR national champion Lee Pulliam of Alton, Virginia and Nick Sanchez of Miami, Florida in a 37-lap sprint to the finish following the race's final caution period to capture his first win.

His margin of victory was .748-second.

The Halifax, Virginia resident took the lead at the outset, and held a lead of almost a quarter of a lap over Pulliam and Sanchez when a caution flag flew for an incident on lap 63. Pulliam and Sanchez gave Crews a hard run for a handful of laps after the restart, but Crews was able to gradually pull away as Pulliam and Sanchez engaged in a close side-by-side battle for second place, a battle Pulliam won by about two car lengths.

Austin Thaxton of South Boston, Virginia finished fourth and Mike Looney of Catawba, Virginia rounded out the top five finishers in the race that took just over an hour to complete.

Moss, Willis Split Limited Sportsman Division Twinbill

Daniel Moss of Danville, Virginia and Danny Willis Jr. of South Boston, Virginia split wins in Saturday night's twin 25-lap Limited Sportsman Division races. The wins marked the second victory of the season for both drivers.

Moss took the lead from Willis with three laps to go as they battled on the restart following the last of the race's three caution periods and held off Willis to win by .415-second. Drew Dawson of Nathalie, Virginia finished third with Jason Myers of Hurt, Virginia and Brent Younger of South Boston, Virginia rounding out the top five finishers.

Willis started on the outside of the front row in the second race, took the lead from Myers on the second lap and drove to a .685-second win over Moss, who got around Myers to take second place on the next-to-last lap of the race.

Eric Winslow of Pelham, North Carolina and Dawson rounded out the top five finishers in the nightcap.

Crews, Pickrel Pick Up Wins In Pure Stock Division Twins

Nathan Crews of Long Island, Virginia and Jordan Pickrel of Keeling, Virginia split wins in Saturday night's twin 15-lap Budweiser Pure Stock Division races.

Crews fended off Pickrel in a close battle in the first of the pair of 15-lap races, edging Pickrel by a slim margin of .338-second. Scott Phillips of Halifax, Virginia finished third, with Bruce Mayo of Halifax, Virginia and Randy Hupp of Halifax, Virginia.

Crews and PickreL exchanged the lead three times in the opening race, with Crews taking the lead for good with eight laps to go to capture his third win of the season.

Pickrel started on the front row and led the entire way in the second race that was marred by a multi-car incident on the opening lap. Justin Dawson's car was destroyed and Hupp's car was totaled when it overturned on the frontstretch. Neither driver was injured.

A good jump on the start allowed Pickrel to pull away from the field, and with no challenges, he sped to a three-second win over runner-up Jarrett Milam of Keeling, Virginia. Mayo finished third with Kenny Mills Jr. of Alton, Virginia and Crews running out the top five finishers.

Dawson Takes Hornets Division Win
Josh Dawson of Halifax, Virginia scored his first career win Saturday night in the 15-lap Budweiser Hornets Division race. With the victory, Dawson became the third different winner in the four races run in the division thus far this season.

Aaron Cash of South Boston, Virginia finished second with Micah Pacifico of Providence, North Carolina, Steven Layne of Nathalie, Virginia and Kevin Currin of Chase City, Virginia completing the top five finishers.

Next Race At South Boston Speedway
NASCAR racing action returns to South Boston Speedway on Saturday night, June 1 with the 7 p.m. Running of the NASCAR Late Model Twin 75s racing program.

The six race program will be headlined by twin 75-lap races for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model Stock Car Division competitors. Also on tap are a 50-lap Limited Sportsman Division race, a 30-lap race for the Budweiser Pure Stock Division, a 15-lap race for the Budweiser Hornets Division and a 25-lap race for the regional touring Southern Ground Pounders series.

Registration and pit gates open at 2 p.m. Practice goes from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Grandstand gates open at 5:30 p.m. and qualifying starts at 6 p.m. The first race gets the green flag at 7 p.m.
Admission is $10 for adults with children ages 12 and under admitted free with a paying adult.

For additional information about the NASCAR Late Model Twin 75s racing program or any other events at South Boston Speedway please visit the speedway's website at www.southboston speedway.com or telephone the speedway at 434-572-4947 or 1-877-440-1540.

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A dominating run for Sam Hafertepe, Jr. to close the two day appearance in Michigan, the three-time and defending champion of the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network was untouchable at I-96 Speedway; laying down performance that saw the Townline Variety No. 15h winning Saturday's A-Feature by 6.105 seconds.

"The car was great. I'm very fortunate to have car owners like Miles and Pam and to have the crew we have, they make it where I can just focus on driving the car," commented Hafertepe. "Last night, I wasn't taking any prisoners but tonight I calmed down and just focused on the racing. Both nights, this crew gave us a great track to race on. They did a hell of a job."
Trailing the A-Rock Materials No. 95 of Matt Covington into the first two turns, that would be the only time Hafertepe rolled second as the run into turns three and four netted the race lead. Caution on Lap 2 for a three-car incident that involved Bogucki, Price, and Scheid in the second turn, the green lights blinked on for two more laps before Alex Hill and Ryan Coniam came together off the fourth turn.
Moving past Matt Covington on the opening lap restart, Ohio's Phil Gressman was on Hafertepe as the field went back to green but would not be able to keep pace as Hafertepe started to pull away. Leaving Gressman to himself, the pair were chased by Ryan Ruhl. Coming under fire on Lap 14, the No. 16 was not able to keep Blake Hahn at bay as the Sage Fruit, Co. No. 52 shot to the show position on Lap 15. Chasing down Phil Gressman as the pair picked through traffic, Hahn pulled to the back bumper of the No. 7c, but would not get the chance to pass as the caution flew on Lap 24.
Erasing a 5.869-second lead, Hafertepe amassed several lapped cars between himself and Gressman. Lapping up to ninth place before the caution, the restart was a walk in the park.
Holding off Hahn in the closing laps, Phil Gressman grabbed second with Hahn holding onto third. Ryan Ruhl ended up fourth with Matt Covington slipping to fifth. Battling several times to hold onto sixth, Harli White was able to hold off Jamie Ball and Dylan Westbrook who finished seventh and eighth. Dustin Daggett in ninth was the final driver on the lead lap. Roger Crockett made up the top-ten.
A field of 30 drivers was on hand with a trio of Heat Races going to John Carney II, Harli White, and Chase Ridenour. Qualifiers were topped by Dylan Westbrook, Jay Steinbach, and Dustin Daggett. The night's B-Feature went to Alex Hill. One provisional was used by John Carney II who lost an engine in his Qualifier, only to get caught up in the B-Feature and flip.
The Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network races next at Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. on Saturday, May 25 for a $3,000 to win show, then Sunday, May 26 for a $5,000 top prize. More information on Lake Ozark Speedway can be found at http://www.lakeozarkspeedway.net.
For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the nine Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2019, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).
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Saturday at Bowman Gray Stadium was a dream night for Tim Brown and his team.

The night started off strongly for Brown after he turned the fastest time in qualifying sessions for the Brad’s Golf Cars Modified Series – his second pole out of two events this season at the Madhouse. Jonathan Brown of Winston-Salem started beside him on the outside front row, and defending champ Burt Myers of Walnut Cove started in third.

Tim Brown led the way the entire time, although Jonathan Brown was delivering some stiff shots to his bumper. “My car wasn’t very good. I was extremely loose, so I couldn’t get in the corner. He could get in the corner so he could give me a shot - but once I got it settled down and got back in the gas I could get a little margin,” said Tim Brown. “I’m a veteran over here. I’ve been doing this a long time.”

The #83 of Brown took the checkered – his 90th career Modified win at the Stadium.

The “Madhouse Scramble” put Danny Propst of Monroe on the pole for the start of the second race. Carson Ware of Greensboro started in second. It was the first time Ware had competed at the Stadium and the first time he had ever raced in a Modified.

When the green fell, Propst lost control and Ware took over the lead. Ware immediately had to fend off Frank Fleming of Mount Airy. A few laps later, Burt Myers was on Ware’s bumper looking to pass. But the first-time driver held off both racing veterans to grab his first victory on his first night at the Stadium.

The win made him the 136th driver to win a featured event at Bowman Gray Stadium and added his name to the legendary list of winners such as Richard Petty, Bobby Allison, Glen Wood, and Junior Johnson.

“Honestly the experience is unbelievable – to be able to run here not only with Tim and some of the greatest over here,” said Ware. “I’m still in shock. I can’t believe it. I threw up on the front stretch I was so nervous.”

Ware had to learn quickly to deal with the aggression on his rear bumper that the Stadium is known for. “It wasn’t something I’m really used to,” said Ware. “It was a lot on my plate, but I handled it well. We took care of it and got the win tonight.”

The victory for Ware capped off an incredible night for Tim Brown and his team – it was Brown who secured the ride for Ware. “Me and Carson’s father go way back,” said Tim Brown. “We put the deal together this week – the kid comes over here and is super talented.”

“This race team – we’ve worked hard. Burt has kicked out butts in the points for the last few years. We’ve regrouped, built new cars, and we’re trying hard to win a championship this year,” said Brown. “Then to bring Carson over here for the first time ever in a Modified and the first time ever at the Stadium – and to pull off a win, it’s a special night.”

In the McDowell Heating & Air Sportsman Series, Amber Lynn of Walkertown took her first victory ever in a Sportsman car. She held off Justin Taylor of King, who returned to fly through the field in the second race and claim the win then.

Jacob Creed of Dobson won for the Law Offices of John Barrow Street Stock Series. Grayson Keaton of Mocksville and A.J. Sanders of Mocksville each brought home a win in the Q104.1 Stadium Stock Series.

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Brett “The Threat” Kressley, behind the wheel of the Kressley family owned No. 19K, scored his second 30-lap TP Trailers NASCAR 358 Modified feature victory on Saturday night at Grandview Speedway in a down-to-the wire battle with Skyler Sheriff, the leader since the beginning of the event. The pair had several laps of paint swapping battles, but with one lap to go the Orefield based lead foot muscled the lead away from Sheriff and went on to chalk up the win.

Brian Hirthler, who’s regular No. 4 Star was waiting for repairs, borrowed his Brother Kevin’s backup No. 117X with a crate engine in it and won his first TP Truck Equipment 25-lap Sportsman NASCAR feature of the season. It was the same car Kevin won the opening race in. Brian received an extra $100 from the track for being the highest finishing driver with a crate engine.

Tim Buckwalter, doing double duty driving Modifieds and Sprints piloted the GEI-owned No. 5G to victory in the 25-lap Rapid Tire USAC East Coast Sprint Cars feature. It was just the second time for Buckwalter in the car.

Providing all feature winners met the necessary requirements, the Modified and Sportsman feature winner got monetary awards from TP Trailers and a certificate from VP Fuels for product awards. Sheriff and Mohr won the Dan’s Deli ½-way hoagie award.

More than 100 cars took part in the three division show.

Modified action saw Sheriff motor ahead of rookie Steve Wilson, Ron Seltmann Jr., Ron Kline and Mike Laise at the start of the race to set the pace for the 31-car starting grid that included provisionals taken by Craig Whitmoyer, Jeff Strunk and Craig Von Dohren.

The yellow was out when Bob Trapper Jr. slowed in the fourth turn with ten laps completed. Sheriff was still the leader on the restart, but now Seltmann Jr. was second and when he put in a bid for the lead he was taken high into the first turn marbles. He stayed out of the wall, but fell back several positions.

By the 13th lap restart needed when Buckwalter slowed in turn two, Kressley, 13th-place starter, advanced to second to pressure Sheriff for the top spot.

Behind Sheriff and Kressley waiting for a slip-up were Duane Howard, Ron Kline and Jared Umbenhauer.

The red was thrown on the 23rd lap after Frank Yankowski hit the third turn wall with heavy impact and had flames coming out from underneath his car which was extinguished quickly. Alex Yankowski was along the third turn inside berm with both out of contention. Sheriff held his line when action resumed, but not he had to contend with Howard, who was in the runner-up spot making his presence known.

Sheriff and Howard exchanged paint on occasions and with five to go Kressley was back in second with Howard, Umbenhauer and now Rick Laubach in pursuit.

The battle for the lead continued between Sheriff and Kressley with neither one giving an inch as the race progressed. Both drivers swapped lanes several times, but the outcome remained the same.

Coming around for the one to go signal Kressley made a bold move and managed to take the lead away after using every inch of the track to find a way around.

Kressley didn’t give Sheriff another chance to regain the lead and pulled into the winner’s circle for his 11th career win. Following him across the line for his best finish was Sheriff trailed by Howard, Umbenhauer and Laubach. Sixth through tenth were Frank Cozze, Mike Laise, Von Dohren, Ryan Grim and Doug Manmiller.

Steve Wilson, Sheriff, Buckwalter and Bobby Gunther Walsh won the heats. Consies went to Kyle Weiss and Louden Reimert.

For the third straight week, ten-time point champion Jeff Strunk failed to finish the race.

Derrick Smith led four laps of the Sportsman feature before Brad Brightbill slowed with a flat tire in the first turn for the yellow. On the restart Nathan Mohr jumped into the lead to take control of the race.

It didn’t take Mohr long to build up a sizeable lead over Smith, Mike Mammana, Kyle Lilick and Nate Brinker.

Lap 13 was certainly an unlucky won for Mohr as his car seized up bringing him to a halt in turn two bringing out the caution. Mammana, who inherited the lead, wasted no time staying in front of the pack when action went green again with Smith, Brinker, Hirthler and Lilick in pursuit.

Hirthler overtook second on the 17th lap and set his sights on Mammana and the lead.

The lead changed hands for the fourth and final time on the 22nd lap when Hirthler overtook first.

Hirthler, whose contact in his right eye shifted earlier in the race and he had to rely on his left eye until it moved to a comfortable spot, never looked back once he was in front and proceeded into victory lane for his fourth career win. Mammana, Smith, Lilick and Brinker chased him across. Ryan Beltz, Brad Grim, Jack Butler, Brad Arnold and Brightbill rounded out the top ten.

Heats were won by Mohr, Mammana and Josh Adams. The consi went to Butler.

Joey Biasi led the USAC Sprint feature for four laps before Buckwalter charged to the front of the pack.

Chasing Buckwalter for numerous laps were Biasi, Carmen Perigo, Ryan Quackenbush and Steve Drevicki.

Quackenbush’s strong run ended when he slowed on the homestretch to bring out the seventh lap caution. It was still Buckwalter ahead with Chandler Leiby joining the mix.

Drevicki was on the move as he went from fourth to second in one lap to take chase after Buckwalter.

No one was able to reel Buckwalter in to challenge and he went on to take the checkered followed by Drevicki, Perigo, Biasi and Leiby.

Perigo, Biasi and Buckwalter won the heat winners. Zach Burd picked up the consi win.

Next Saturday, May 25, a doubleheader show of NASCAR T.P.Trailers Modifieds and T.P.Truck Equipment Sportsman closes out the month of May as the battle for the NASCAR titles goes on. Racing starts at 7:30 p.m. Adult admission is $15 with youngsters 11 and under admitted free. Spectator gates open at 5:30 p.m.

Coming up on June 1st is the first of two visits for the Central PA Legends as part of a tripleheader show that will also feature the NASCAR Modifieds and Sportsman stock cars. There is no increase in the admission price for this tripleheader.

RACE RESULTS

T.P. Trailers Modified Feature (30-laps): 1. Brett Kressley, 2. Skyler Sheriff, 3. Duane Howard, 4. Jared Umbenhauer, 5. Rick Laubach, 6. Frank Cozze, 7. Mike Laise, 8. Craig Von Dohren, 9. Rayan Grim, 10. Doug Manmiller, 11. Kyle Weiss, 12. Clay Butler, 13. Dylan Swinehart, 14. Ron Seltmann Jr., 15. Bobby Gunther Walsh, 16. Craig Whitmoyer, 17. Justin Grim, 18. Tim Buckwalter, 19. Ron Kline, 20. Alex Yankowski, 21. Frank Yankowski, 22. Louden Reimert, 23. Danny Erb, 24. Steve Wilson, 25. Jordan Henn, 26. Meme DeSantis, 27. Kevin Hirthler, 28. Bobby Trapper, 29. Jeff Strunk, 30. Steve Swinehart, DNQ: Mike Lisowski, Brett Gilmore, Briggs Danner, Joe Funk, Richie Hitzler, Ron Myers, Ray Swinehart, Mark Levy, Brian Houseknecht, John Willman, Kyle Kania, Eric Behm, Kory Fleming, Steve Young, Ryan Lilick, Glenn Owens.

T.P. Truck Equipment Sportsman Feature (25-laps): 1. Brian Hirthler, 2. Mike Mammana, 3. Derrick Smith, 4. Kyle Lilick, 5. Nate Brinker, 6. Ryan Beltz, 7. Brad Grim, 8. Jack Butler, 9. Brad Arnold, 10. Brag Brightbill, 11. Mark Kemmerer, 12. Kyle Smith, 13. Dean Bachman, 14. Andrew Kreis, 15. Brandon Edgar, 15. Jesse Landis, 17. Scott Kohler, 18. Joey Vaccaro, 19. Andy Clemmer, 20. Josh Adams, 21. Sean Weiss, 22. Nathan Mohr, 23. Steve Desmelyk, 24. Tom Miller. DNQ: Lex Shive, Parker Guldin, Ray Cost, Chris Esposito, Warren Floyd Jr.

USAC Sprint Feature (25-laps): 1. Tim Buckwalter, 2. Steve Drevicki, 3. Carmen Perigo, 4. Joey Biasi, 5. Chandler Leiby, 6. Tyler Brehm, 7. Mike Thompson, 8. Jonathan Swanson, 9. Steve Surniak, 10. John Stehman, 11. David Swanson, 12. Jason Cherry, 13. Zach Burd, 14. Bryan Quackenbush, 15. Chris Allen, 16. Eddie Strada, 17. Eric Jennings, 18. Connor Loeffler, 19. Bill Unglert, 20. Jake Winters. DNQ: Kyle Lick.

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The field for Saturday night’s Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway grew by four following an exhilarating 50-lap Monster Energy Open.

Charlotte, North Carolina, native William Byron edged Bubba Wallace in a thrilling last-lap battle to end Stage 1. Byron – making his second appearance in the Open – became the third Hendrick Motorsports driver to advance to the big show.

“I’m really excited,” Byron said. “It feels awesome. I’ve been coming to this race since I was about five or six years old. It’s really exciting to be a part of it. It was huge, we needed this. We've had some really good qualifying efforts this year; we just needed to finish it off with something positive and this was definitely positive for us. I'm excited for it."

Despite losing Stage 1 by a nose, Wallace didn’t waste time in joining Byron in the All-Star Race.

The Richard Petty Motorsports driver who, like Byron, grew up racing Legend Cars at the speedway, enjoyed a special trip to the winner’s circle after he edged Daniel Suarez – who spun coming to the line to finish Stage 2.

“I gave up the first stage win and I didn’t say anything on the radio,” Wallace said. “My parents always said and everybody who’s always helped me said I drive better when I’m pissed off. … My mental game is shot right now, but it feels good to win something. We’ll see what we can get tonight.”

A last-gasp, 10-lap Stage 3 saw Kyle Larson emerge victorious after he passed Ty Dillon and sped away from Matt DiBenedetto and Alex Bowman to collect the 18th spot in the All-Star Race field.

“It was stressful,” Larson said. “I thought I was in a good spot at the end of that first segment, but Bubba did a really good job of side-drafting me and then William did a good job of getting the win. I felt like I did a good job of going through the gears in the final 10 laps. … I knew I probably had the best car in that race. We didn’t do as good a job as we needed as a team in the early parts of the race.”

By winning the fan vote, Bowman earned the final position in the field and made it four Hendrick cars in the show for the 35th running of the biggest all-star event in sports.

"It was just a really bad restart on me,” Bowman said of a frustrating finish to Stage 2 that prevented him from advancing earlier. “We'll keep digging. Obviously, our race car is really fast, and we'll have a good shot at it in the All-Star. You want to race your way in, and we did that last year and had a car very capable of doing that this year. Restarts didn't go our way, and it is what it is.”

Clint Bowyer will start the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race from the pole.

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Jonathan Stewart spent the better part of a decade following his lead blocker as a Pro Bowl running back for the Carolina Panthers. On Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Stewart will lead the charge for the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race aboard the Toyota Camry pace car.

Stewart’s first foray into honorary pace car driving comes on the heels of the popular runner signing a one-day contract to retire with the Panthers in April. After rushing for more than 7,000 yards and scoring 51 touchdowns with Carolina, the art of pace car driving offered a new challenge for Stewart.

“I’m so excited to be back home in Charlotte and to be here today,” Stewart said. “To be part of the Charlotte community and the speedway is very nice. I had to get certified (to drive the pace car) and I was like, ‘This is gonna be a long process. I’m gonna have to answer a lot of questions. This is gonna be like driver’s ed,’ but it was pretty easy. You have to pay attention to the lines on the track and follow the speed limit.

“I’m pretty sure I’ll be nervous when I have a rear-view mirror of cars growling at me, ready to go fast. Once I got comfortable, I was ready to take it to another level. I definitely felt like I could get it up to 130 miles per hour pretty quick. That Toyota is loaded up with some horsepower.”

Clint Bowyer starts Saturday night’s showdown of superstars from the pole with Kyle Busch on the outside front row.

As for Stewart’s pick? He couldn’t decide between Denny Hamlin and Austin Dillon.

“It’d be cool just to see them there battling it out at the end,” he added.

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For the eighth time, Kyle Busch had the winning lottery ticket on Friday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Busch turned in a dominating performance in his first Charlotte race of the year, capturing a dominant victory in the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.

Busch’s 56th career NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series win, his fifth in as many tries this season and his sixth in a row, came at the expense of runner-up Brennan Poole and third-place finisher Stewart Friesen. Ben Rhodes was fourth with polesitter Matt Crafton fifth.

Friday marked Busch’s final start of the year in NASCAR’s third-highest division – but the veteran driver made it count.

Busch, the defending Coca-Cola 600 winner who will go for his second Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race triumph in three years on Saturday, led a race-high 102 laps and overcame a late restart to win after qualifying eighth – the furthest back Busch has started and won in a Charlotte Truck Series race since 2006.

KYLE BUSCH, NO. 51 CESSNA TOYOTA TUNDRA (Race winner): “We had a really fast Tundra tonight. (Crew chief) Rudy (Fugle) and the boys really tuned it up. With some long runs, a lot of guys were falling off but our truck kept going and had speed all night long. Overall, we had decent pit stops to keep ourselves in contention. It’s good to be here where we should be and good to go 5-for-5 this year.”

TICKETS:
Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race tickets and upgrades are available by visiting charlottemotorspeedway.com/tickets or calling 1-800-455-FANS (3267). Kids 13 and under get in for just $10 with adult ticket purchase.

KEEP TRACK:
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