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  • Remembering a Legend: NASCAR Vice President Jim Hunter Dies
    NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter, whose career in motorsports spanned portions of six decades as both a journalist and public relations professional, died last night in Daytona Beach, Fla. following a 12-month battle with cancer. He was 71.
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  • From Pleasant City to Sin City: "Your Seat in Vegas Is Waiting" Winner Announced
    When asked if he would be available December 2-4 to attend the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony in Las Vegas, Ken Weeks responded, “Hell yeah! I don’t care what else I had planned; I’ll make sure I can go, no matter what!” Weeks was randomly selected as the winner of Richmond International Raceway’s “Your Seat in Vegas Is Waiting” contest.
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  • Crown Royal® Honors America's Bravest for 2nd Year With Naming Rights to NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race
    Crown Royal takes pride in showcasing our country’s finest heroes, and once again, the tradition will live on. The makers of Crown Royal Canadian whisky, a subsidiary of Diageo plc, will award naming rights to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway on April 30, 2011 to a serviceman or servicewoman.
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  • Hometown Favorite Denny Hamlin Has First Championship Within Reach Following Martinsville Victory
    Heading into the 2010 season, Chesterfield, Virginia native Denny Hamlin was considered the favorite to unseat four-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson. Following his seventh victory of the season Sunday afternoon at Martinsville Speedway, Hamlin has his first championship and the end to Johnson’s reign within reach.
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  • NASCAR-Themed Halloween Contest Encourages "Boo-tiful" and Spooky Pumpkin Carvings
    Calling all pumpkin carvers! Richmond International Raceway is getting in the ghoulish spirit for Halloween, and we want to see your NASCAR-themed pumpkin carvings. Grab your utensils, get to work on your motorsports-inspired masterpieces and turn that pumpkin into a fabulous treat (no tricks here!) from America’s Premier Short Track.
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  • Richmond Raceway Complex Offering Boat Storage
    Last year, “Snowpocalypse” 2009-2010 hit Richmond like an ice-covered snowball on a January morning. Don’t run the risk of leaving your boat in frigid temperatures and blustery weather this winter. Instead, you can “batten down the hatches” at Richmond Raceway Complex with our indoor boat storage.
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  • Henrico County Schools Receive 70 Trees Through NASCAR's Green Clean Air Project
    In an effort to help neutralize greenhouse gas emissions, NASCAR and Richmond International Raceway are teaming up with Henrico County Public Schools for the racing series’ Green Clean Air tree planting project—one of the newest pro-environment community outreach programs developed by America’s most popular motorsport.
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  • Wine and Food Tasting to Benefit Richmond International Raceway CARES
    Get ready to wine and dine in support of worthy causes in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area. Richmond International Raceway CARES—the charitable fund operated by America’s Premier Short Track—and Texas de Brazil are teaming up for a charitable fundraiser featuring fabulous food and beverage provided by the Churrascaria in Richmond. The Thursday, October 14 event begins at 6:30 p.m. and offers guests an exclusive wine tasting and scrumptious appetizers.
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  • Jim Hunter
    10.30.2010
    NASCAR Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter, whose career in motorsports spanned portions of six decades as both a journalist and public relations professional, died last night in Daytona Beach, Fla. following a 12-month battle with cancer. He was 71.
  • Vegas
    10.28.2010
    When asked if he would be available December 2-4 to attend the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony in Las Vegas, Ken Weeks responded, “Hell yeah! I don’t care what else I had planned; I’ll make sure I can go, no matter what!” Weeks was randomly selected as the winner of Richmond International Raceway’s “Your Seat in Vegas Is Waiting” contest.
  • Heath Calhoun
    10.28.2010
    Crown Royal takes pride in showcasing our country’s finest heroes, and once again, the tradition will live on. The makers of Crown Royal Canadian whisky, a subsidiary of Diageo plc, will award naming rights to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway on April 30, 2011 to a serviceman or servicewoman.
  • Denny
    10.25.2010
    Heading into the 2010 season, Chesterfield, Virginia native Denny Hamlin was considered the favorite to unseat four-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson. Following his seventh victory of the season Sunday afternoon at Martinsville Speedway, Hamlin has his first championship and the end to Johnson’s reign within reach.

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