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08/15 2017

Two manufacturers now considering NASCAR Aug 13, 2017 Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment BY:  JAYSKI.COM

BROOKLYN, MI. – Despite published reports to the contrary, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has not pulled the plug on its program to return the Dodge nameplate to NASCAR and is still in talks with the sanctioning body, a source with knowledge of the negotiations confided to Kickin’ the Tires. “The story about them pulling out […]

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08/12 2017

NASCAR Driver On F1: These Damn Europeans And Their Spaceship Cars BY:  ALANIS KING

Clint Bower at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Photo credit: Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images If someone deserves an award for simply living life as the Good Lord intended, it’s NASCAR’s Clint Bowyer. He’s the most unapologetic country boy there is, and his views on Formula One, that series with them Eu-ro-peans over there driving spaceship cars that aren’t […]

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08/10 2017

10-Year Salt Delivery Program Proposed for Bonneville Salt Flats Coalition Unites to Restore Historic Racing Site

  BY:louise@landspeedproductions.biz Wendover, Utah (August 9, 2017) – Three separate organizations representing racers and industry are in discussions with Intrepid Potash-Wendover, Inc., a potash mine operator, on ways to increase the amount of salt brine being pumped onto the Bonneville Salt Flats.  As Speed Week celebrates its 68th anniversary, the racing community is exploring ways […]

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07/27 2017

Phoenix Raceway (aka PIR) Engaging In Naming-Rights Negotiations As Part Of Track Renovations BY:  ADAM STERN

Phoenix Raceway is engaged in naming-rights talks as the ISC-owned track is in the midst of a $178M renovation that is slated for completion late next year. Sources said that the track has been looking at selling naming rights as part of moving into a new era. An asking price/range was unclear at presstime, as […]

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