Talladega Superspeedway is one of the wildest places on the NASCAR schedule. Combining the unpredictability of restrictor-plate racing, the unknown factor, and spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup on the line – it’s surely shaping up to be one fascinating race.
A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News, “Race Rev Up” provides all the essential pre-race info and will get you up to speed before the green flag waves in Talladega, Alabama.
There is never a shortage of action at Talladega Superspeedway. From the start of the weekend until the final checkered flag waves, fans are treated to thrilling competition around the biggest track on the schedule. Three exciting races are ahead and each will feature the track’s signature pack racing, leaving fans wanting more.
Don’t miss a second of the action by following this week’s Weekly Racing Schedule.
Today has been tough for so many.
The NASCAR community lost a colleague, broadcaster, and most importantly – a friend.
Steve Byrnes never gave up in his courageous battle with Cancer, and this remained true through the very end. Read the rest of this entry
Dover International Speedway and Dover Downs Hotel & Casino Will Again ‘Light It Up Blue’ for Autism Awareness Month
DOVER, Del. (March 30, 2015) – Dover International Speedway and Dover Downs Hotel & Casino are pleased to once again support Autism Speaks’ global Light It Up Blue campaign. The Monster Monument and hotel exterior will participate by both being illuminated in blue throughout the month of April.
With both companies partaking in this event, this will mean that two of the most distinguishable landmarks in Delaware will be lit up blue during April. The Monster Monument, made of fiberglass and standing at 46-feet tall, is also known as Miles the Monster, the track’s recognizable icon. Located in Victory Plaza, it is one of the largest fiberglass sports monument in the country. The 500-room hotel, Delaware’s largest hotel, will also be lit by blue lights. Read the rest of this entry
Some of the best short track racing in the world will be on display this weekend at Martinsville Speedway. As the drivers try to maneuver around “The Paperclip,” tempers will flare as they fight for every position. Space will be tight, which means the action level will be high. This should provide for exciting racing throughout the weekend.
The schedule is full of action, and you can keep track of it all with this week’s Weekly Racing Schedule.
A new feature to Turn 4 Racing News in 2015, “Storyline Notebook” will be the place to catch up on all the NASCAR news from the past week. This weekly infograph will be short and concise, while still updating fans on all the major happenings. Find it easily on twitter using the hashtag #StorylineNotebook.
Another busy week of news included penalties, Kurt Busch’s return, and safety updates at Daytona International Speedway. Catch up now and be well informed prior toSunday’s CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.
Dominance has reigned supreme early in 2015. It has been a common theme, especially during the past weekend’s events at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as both Austin Dillon and Kevin Harvick cruised to victory.
While they were the big winners from the weekend, many storylines came out of “Sin City” and provides plenty to discuss as NASCAR continues the “West Coast Swing.” I’ll touch upon on a few of those topics in the second edition of The NASCAR Conversation. Kick back, relax, and let’s discuss some racing. Read the rest of this entry
Short track racing is back as NASCAR heads to the desert in Avondale, Arizona this weekend. As the “West Coast Swing” continues, drivers who performed well in Las Vegas are hoping they can have a repeat performance in Phoenix. This track has provided some controversial moments over the last few years, and could do the same again this weekend.
Who can claim the first round of the season at Phoenix International Raceway this weekend? It all begins Friday afternoon. Don’t miss a second of the action with the complete track and TV schedule for the weekend.