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AUDIO: PRN’s At The Track’s January 26, 2017 Episode

PRN’s at the Track presented by Charlotte Motor Speedway is a weekly radio show hosted by Lenny Batycki on the Performance Racing Network. The show features personalities from the grassroots level of motorsports. Overview Tanner Thorson, USAC champion racing PASS

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Drivers Impressed With South Boston Speedway’s New Pavement During Hoosier Tire Test

SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – Tuesday was test day at South Boston Speedway and the track’s new racing surface passed with flying colors. Hoosier Racing Tire Company held a tire test at the .4-mile oval Tuesday to help determine the proper

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Comprehensive 2017 Season Schedule Announced For Franklin County Speedway

The 48th consecutive season of racing at Franklin County Speedway will get the green flag on Sunday March 12th with the Commonwealth Clash. The 2017 season will feature a mix of Sunday evening and Saturday night events, a change from

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Phoenix Raceway Unveils Details For $178 Million Modernization Project

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Phoenix Raceway, together with its parent company, International Speedway Corporation (“ISC”), announced today the details of a $178 million modernization of the race track with a variety of enhanced amenities for fans, teams, sponsors and other stakeholders.

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McCumbee, Rowe, And Berry Head Next Round Of Entries For Meltdown At Dillon

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Prominent names from the North and South head the ever growing list of drivers for the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Model season opener at Dillon Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon, February 4.  The “Original”

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Martinsville Speedway Tests New LED Lighting System

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – The spotlight, or spotlights to be more specific, shined on Martinsville Speedway Wednesday night, as four of the track’s new LED light towers were powered on. The lights, located along the backstretch of the half-mile racetrack, gave

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Darrell Wallace Jr. Optimistic About 2017 As He Looks To Compete For The XFINITY Series Championship

CHARLOTTE, N.C.– Darrell “Bubba” Wallace, Jr. took to the NASCAR Media Tour stage on Wednesday with an optimistic attitude, despite current sponsorship woes. Unfortunately for the driver of the Roush Fenway Racing No. 6 Ford Mustang, sponsor Leidos has only

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NASCAR Announces 2017 Drive for Diversity Class

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – NASCAR revealed its lineup for its Drive for Diversity Class of 2017 on Wednesday afternoon. Six drivers will comprise the 2017 roster with two new drivers joining the four returning faces to the Drive for Diversity program.

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Germain Racing Cup Ride ‘Surreal’ for Ty Dillon

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A journey over six years in the making, Ty Dillon’s NASCAR career has finally led to a full-time ride in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Announced as the driver of Germain Racing’s No. 13 GEICO Chevrolet in

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Gray Gaulding To Compete For BK Racing In 2017

RICHMOND, Va.– BK Racing announced the addition of Gray Gaulding to their 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series lineup for 2017 at Richmond International Raceway on Tuesday. The 18-year old Colonial Heights, Virginia native, who will pilot the No. 23

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Seven-Time Champ Jimmie Johnson Feeling a Different Kind of Pressure Entering 2017

CHARLOTTE — Jimmie Johnson enters the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season with his share of pressure on his shoulders, but not in the way you might think. Securing his seventh series championship at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November, the driver

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Southern National Motorsports Park Gearing up for 2017 Season

Southern National Motorsports Park is gearing up for the 2017 season. The track has released the 2017 schedule, which consists of 14 events with the season beginning on March 4th with the Dogwood 300 and concluding with the Thanksgiving Classic. 

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With $1 Million Capital Improvement-Plan Ahead Of Schedule, South Boston Speedway Ready For 60th Anniversary Season

SOUTH BOSTON, Va. – With opening day just two months away, venerable South Boston Speedway is primed and ready for its 60th season, capping off over a year of capital improvements and upgrades. “A year ago, we were talking about

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