Title Picture Becomes Clearer as Season Heads Into Homestretch
The two most dominant drivers in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West this season are on a championship collision course which continues with the NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Toyota on Saturday, August 12, at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington. Continue reading →
Jesse Little is our guest on Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talkon Monday, November 7, 2016 at 9 pm ET. Call 929-477-1790 or tweet @Fan4RacingSite or @Sal_Sigala with any questions or comments during our LIVE broadcast.
Team Little Racing has been rebranded JJL Motorsports and will make its first appearance under its new name when the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) hits Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 4.
NASCAR Next alumnus Jesse Little will pilot the No. 97 Toyota Tundra in the Longhorn 350 before ending their season with the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway two weeks later on Nov. 18.
JJL Motorsports is owned by Jason Little, uncle of Jesse Little and brother of former NASCAR driver now executive Chad Little. The family affair has kept the racing niche in their blood with a recent emphasis on building JJL Motorsports into a namesake within the NASCAR industry for years to come. Continue reading →
Jesse Little is our guest on Fan4Racing NASCAR & Race Talk on Monday, March 7, 2016 at 9 pm ET. Call 929-477-1790 or tweet @Fan4RacingSite or @Sal_Sigala with any questions or comments during our LIVE broadcast.
Fresh off the heels of his top-ten finish in the 2016 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East season opener, Rette Jones Racing is now forming a second part-time team driven by third-generation driver Jesse Little.
“I’m really looking forward to this opportunity with Rette Jones Racing,” said Little, who plans to compete in six to eight races overall this season. “In the past year, Mark (Rette, co-owner) and Terry (Jones, co-owner) have built a successful program that has shown speed on the race track and the capabilities of winning. Being a part of the team, I look forward to doubling our chances in the races I compete in.”
The helmet of Ryan Reed, driver of the #16 Lilly/American Diabetes Association Ford, sits atop his car during practice for the NASCAR XFINITY Series Alert Today Florida 300 at Daytona International Speedway on February 20, 2015 in Daytona Beach, Florida. Photo – Brian Lawdermilk/Getty Images
Earlier this season Ryan Reed became the seventh driver in series history to get his first NASCAR XFINITY Series career win at a superspeedway.
Of the seven drivers who posted their first series career win at a superspeedway, only two have done it at Talladega – David Ragan (2009) and Greg Sacks (1996). The remaining five first-time winners all claimed their first victory at Daytona – Ryan Reed (2015), James Buescher (2012), Tony Stewart (2005), Chad Little (1995) and Dale Earnhardt (1982). Continue reading →
NASCAR Makes Two Key Competition Personnel Announcements
Little Named to Inspection/Officiating Post; Sawyer to Lead Truck Series
NASCAR today announced two leadership changes in its Competition department, including the selection of Chad Little to the new role of Managing Director, Technical Inspection/Officiating and Elton Sawyer to Managing Director, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Both assume their new responsibilities immediately. Continue reading →