Keselowski Reflects on Talladega Success

Brad Keselowski, the driver of the #2 Snap-On Ford, races during practice for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on April 27, 2018, in Talladega, Alabama. Photo – Sean Gardner/Getty Images

TALLADEGA, Ala. – Brad Keselowski’s first experience in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series victory circle came in 2009 at Talladega Superspeedway – the largest track on the circuit, in front of the rowdiest fans and competing against a field filled with the biggest names in stock car racing. Continue reading

Kurt Busch Recalls Remarkable Sonoma Run in 2012

Kurt Busch makes his way through the turns during the 2012 running of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.
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Driving for Team Penske in 2011, Kurt Busch led 76 of 110 laps and beat Jeff Gordon to the checkered flag by 2.685 seconds to win the 2011 Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. Continue reading

Phoenix Construction Returns to Daytona with Dalton Sargeant

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This year’s Lucas Oil 200 from Daytona International Speedway will carry a long list of firsts for 2016 ARCA Racing Series Rookie of the Year Dalton Sargeant.  None more exciting than Phoenix Construction and Billy Ballew Motorsports’ return to the historic 2.5 mile superspeedway where they have each found victory lane before.  The race also marks the first time that 18-year old Sargeant will compete at the famed racetrack, as well as his debut with Cunningham Motorsports in the Chad Bryant led No. 77.

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Phoenix Racing Closing Its Doors

 

Allmendinger, driver of the #51 Guy Roofing Chevrolet, drives through the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on March 2, 2013  Photo - Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Allmendinger, driver of the #51 Guy Roofing Chevrolet, drives through the garage area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Fresh Fit 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on March 2, 2013
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Phoenix Racing is having one of its best seasons yet in the Sprint Cup series but that all may come to an end in the middle of this season. With lack of sponsorship, James Finch, owner of Phoenix Racing may close down the team.

The team is having its best season yet, including two top-ten and five top-15 finishes, and with lack of full-time sponsorship may come to an end. The News Herald reported on Tuesday that Phoenix Racing is scheduling to close shop after the Sprint Cup series races at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 28. Continue reading