One week after an old-school slugfest at the Chase’s shortest track, Martinsville Speedway, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series playoffs resume at Talladega Superspeedway, the biggest and fastest circuit in the 10-race slate. Talladega Superspeedway is the most unpredictable of the Chase races. No lead is safe coming into Sunday’s event. No lead is ever safe coming into Talladega.
Richmond International Raceway track officials are continuing to work with hotels in the Richmond region to offer special lodging rates to race fans for the Spring 2010 NASCAR Doubleheader weekend at America’s Premier Short Track.
Have you ever wanted to see the stars of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series live as they exchange their firesuits for tuxedoes? Would you want to be Richmond International Raceway’s on-site liaison for one of the most anticipated motorsports events of the year? Well, if you have what it takes to be the “RIR.com Insider – Vegas Style” fan reporter, you just might find yourself doing both! Richmond International Raceway is giving fans a chance to win a trip to the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony in Las Vegas on December 4.
The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) announced the inaugural class of the NASCAR Hall of Fame on Thursday that includes: Dale Earnhardt Sr., Bill France Sr., Bill France Jr., Junior Johnson and Richard Petty.
“It just doesn’t get any better than Richmond Raceway. It’s the ultimate in short-track racing, and doesn’t get any more exciting than that. This is where my first victory came. Richmond is always going to be special for me.”