Following months of anticipation and plenty of toning, the muscle cars are ready to flex at Daytona International Speedway this Friday. The NASCAR Nationwide Series muscle cars (Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Camry) make their long-awaited debut in the first of four events the next generation cars will run this year—the third of which is at Richmond International Raceway on Friday, September 10, in the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 “under the lights.” The new models will run full-time in 2011.
Race fans can’t have a proper tailgate without a full stock of food and beverages. So, Richmond International Raceway, one of the best tailgating events in all of sports, announced today that Kroger has signed on as the Official Grocery Store of America’s Premier Short Track.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “Race to The Chase” begins at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend with the 10-Event spectacle culminating at Richmond International Raceway for “One Last Race to Make The Chase” on Sept. 11, when the field will be set for the 2010 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
Maybe your NASCAR fantasy racing team isn’t doing so hot this year. You’ve possibly hit a mid-season slump and are looking for a way to climb the standings. Perhaps you’re already doing well but want to make sure you keep the momentum going. Well, Richmond International Raceway president Doug Fritz wants you to be the champion of your fantasy racing league and he’s going to give you advice for the Road to Richmond—all 10 “Race to The Chase” events beginning this weekend and ending with the Saturday, September 11 “One Last Race to Make The Chase” at America’s Premier Short Track.