Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talk Review of Dover and Tucson – Monday, May 7, 2018

Our Winner’s Circle guest is K&N Pro Series West driver, Kody Vanderwal, with Patriot Motorsports after winning both Twin 100 races at Tucson Speedway this weekend.

Join host Sharon Burton and co-host Sal Sigala this Monday night 8:30 to 10 pm ET as we bring fans the smartest race talk around on Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talk! 

Stay tuned in 10 to 10:30 pm ET for NASCAR Hot Topic Sound Off with co-host Andy Laskey as our Fan4Racing crew discuss the hottest topics from the weekend of racing.

We’re talking all the latest from Dover International Speedway in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity, and Camping World Truck Series along with the K&N Pro Series West at Tucson Speedway. We’ll include updates for the ARCA Racing Series, K&N Pro Series East, and more.

Call 929-477-1790 OR tweet @Fan4RacingSite with any questions or comments during our LIVE broadcast.

Our LIVE broadcast starts at 8:30 pm ET on Monday, May 7, 2018.

As always…Thanks for listening!

Kody Vanderwal Doubles Up in the Desert

Kody Vanderwal, the driver of the #43 car reacts after winning the first of two races at the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Twin 100’s at Tucson Raceway Park on May 5, 2018, in Tucson, Arizona. Photo – Chris Coduto/Getty Images

Kody Vanderwal is our guest on Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talk, Monday, May 7, 2018, at 8:40 pm ET. Call 929-477-1790 or tweet @Fan4RacingSite or @Sal_Sigala with any questions or comments during our LIVE broadcast.

Earns First Two Career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Wins
With Port of Tucson Twin 100 Sweep

TUCSON, Ariz. — Kody Vanderwal was ecstatic and a little bit shocked when he pulled into Victory Lane at Tucson Speedway Saturday evening following his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win. Continue reading

Broken Driveshaft Prolongs Kyle Busch’s Woes at Dover

Photo – Robert Laberge/Getty Images

DOVER, Del. – Kyle Busch’s recent results in spring races at Dover International Speedway can be distilled into one visual image—a piece of a broken driveshaft lying on the racing surface more than 100 laps before Sunday’s AAA 400 was scheduled to end. Continue reading