Anybody that likes an underdog story is going to love this one.

Trey Crews is a throwback racer. He has zero full-time employees on his Late Model Stock team that competes at South Boston Speedway. It’s all volunteer labor from folks who have 40-hour-a-week jobs away from racing. In fact, Crews’ work keeps him out of town most weeks, so he isn’t even around to work on the car himself most nights.

But there he was Saturday night, his bright orange, blue and white racer parked in Victory Lane, celebrating a win with his team. Oh, did we mention … he’s also a Late Model rookie. This, his first win, came in just his sixth career Late Model start.

“There were a lot of emotions Saturday night. After all that hard work to win a Late Model race at one of the best short tracks and some of the best competition in the country,” said Crews. “There was a lot of happiness, a lot of emotion.”

It’s not like he backed into the victory. The 18-car field included two NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champions, Lee Pulliam and Peyton Sellers. He started the 100-lapper on the outside pole, took the lead on the first lap and quickly built up almost a straight-away margin. After a competition caution, he stayed out front, holding off four-time national champ Pulliam over the final 37 laps.

“A lot of hard work and tears went into this. A lot of people didn’t believe with the way we do this that we could win,” said Crews, who was the track’s Limited Sportsman champion last year. “We’re a smaller team. People do this for a living now. We’re the little guys … we work on it when we get off from our day jobs.”

It’s a small, core group of volunteers that keeps Crews running. There’s Crews, Steve Stallings, a long-time backer who also turns wrenches, Luke Covington, Brian Tanner and his dad, H.E. Crews. NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series crew chief Marcus Richmond helps via phone when he can.

“It’s volunteers, people who love racing the way I love racing,” Crews said of his team.

What makes Saturday’s win even more unlikely is that until late Friday, the team had no intention of racing. That small circle of teammates had too much other going on to get the car ready. Crews had to work Saturday morning. Covington was in a wedding. The rear end was out of the car.

“We got the rear end back in the car Friday and managed to get 20 minutes of practice,” said Crews. “We knew we had speed then and decided to race Saturday.

“The only person that could be there Saturday was my dad. Other folks, family and friends, came out and got things ready for when Luke and I got there,” explained Crews, who is sponsored by Stallings Collision Centers, Owen Farms, Mincey’s Graphis, Team Industrial, Red Ball Oxygen and BST Shocks. “I missed the first practice because I was working. All I had to do was jump in when I got there. It was unbelievable everything that had to fall into place.”

Crews was fast from the drop of the green, but the night wasn’t without challenges. Mike Jones challenged him early as did Daniel Silvestri. Then after the final caution, Pulliam was on his bumper.

“Pulliam pushed me. He definitely was there after that last caution. He gave me a good run for my money. I had to find speed somewhere else, so I moved up the track and the last 20 laps I was back in the comfort zone.”

Crews says it has been an amazing few days since the victory.

“The support after this win has been phenomenal. Everyone has called and congratulated me and told me how happy they were,” Crews said. “You know, a lot of people have said smaller teams couldn’t do this, that it’s hard in this day and time to compete like we do. It just makes me want to do it that much more.”

Action returns to South Boston Speedway June 1 with the NASCAR Late Model Twin 75s, a six-race program featuring twin 75-lap races for the Late Model Stock Division. There will also be a 50-lap Limited Sportsman Division race, a 30-lap Budweiser Pure Stock race, a 15-lap Budweiser Hornets race and a 25-lap for the regional touring Southern Ground Pounders.

Grandstands open at 5:30 p.m. with the first race set for 7 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and children 12-and-under are admitted free with a paying adult.


The Race Team Alliance (RTA) has joined Michigan International Speedway (MIS), NASCAR, Ford Performance and Chevrolet in participating in The Great Race for Charity, a unique friendly off-the-track competition between Ford Performance and Chevrolet that provides race fans with a special ticket package that benefits two nonprofit organizations.

Recently announced, Ford and Chevrolet will compete in The Great Race for Charity to see which manufacturer can raise the most money to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) (Ford’s designated charity) and Operation Homefront, a national non-profit organization serving America’s military families (Chevrolet’s designated charity). Funds will be raised through the sale of a special ticket package for the two Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at MIS.

To support The Great Race for Charity, Ford Performance and Chevrolet member race teams will feature decals representing the nonprofit organizations on cars for both Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at MIS. All Ford Performance cars will feature the JDRF logo while the Chevrolet cars will showcase the Operation Homefront logo.

A $5 donation on behalf of MIS will be made to each of the nonprofit organizations for every ticket package that is sold. Another $5 donation will be made back to the nonprofit organization of the manufacturer who sells the most tickets for both races. The winning nonprofit organization will be presented with a check during pre-race ceremonies at the Consumers Energy 400 on Aug. 11.

Fans can purchase tickets to support their favorite manufacturer and charity at or by calling 888-905-7223. 

JDRF, who will receive benefit from Ford’s participation, is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Its strength lies in its exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D.

Operation Homefront, who will benefit from Chevrolet’s support, is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive — not simply struggle to get by — in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. For over 15 years, Operation Homefront has provided military families with critical financial assistance, transitional and permanent housing and other family support programs and services.

Tickets and campsites for two great weekends of racing at Michigan International Speedway are on sale. Don’t miss your chance to purchase tickets and reserve a campsite for all the non-stop racing action and the week-long entertainment at NASCAR’s Most Entertaining Track in 2019.

It has never been easier to purchase tickets and reserve a campsite at Michigan International Speedway in 2019. Fans can visit or call 888-905-7223 to get the best deals. Grandstand tickets start at $39 and week-long camping starts at $160.

Michigan International Speedway will continue to be a premier racing facility in 2019 when it hosts a pair of Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. NASCAR’s most entertaining track will host the Monster Energy Series on June 9 and Aug. 11.

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400 is on June 9. The series will return on Aug. 11 for the Consumers Energy 400.


Looking at two nights of racing this Memorial Day Weekend, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network will be in action at Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. on Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26.

A combined $8,000 to win for anyone who can sweep the weekend, Saturday's A-Feature will payout $3,000 to win and $400 to start with Sunday upping that winner's check to $5,000 with the final starter in the A-feature getting $400. The second annual Lake Ozark Speedway Spring Nationals, the event is co-sanctioned with the ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps and will feature the POWRi WAR Sprint Cars on Saturday with POWRi West Midgets taking their place on Sunday.
Ten previous showings at the Missouri oval for the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Sammy Swindell swept the 2018 Labor Day weekend. Before that, five drivers had already added their name to the list of winners with Shane Stewart topping events in 2004, followed by the late Jesse Hockett in 2005 for a pair of back-to-back scores. Aaron Berryhill in May 2005 was followed the first of two Jason Johnson victories in July 2008 and June 2009.
Overall, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network as competed at 17 Missouri ovals for a total of 100 events.
Seeing four different point's leaders already in 2019, Thomas Kennedy's sweep of the first two events of the season gave way to Roger Crockett taking over after a pair of events in Pennsylvania resulted in show-up points being awarded. Into this past weekend's double-header at I-96 Speedway, the opening night ended with Scott Bogucki atop the standings, but through the second night of competition, it was Matt Covington who has emerged as the top driver going into this weekend's Lake Ozark Speedway Spring Nationals.
While Covington leads the way, the margin is very slim as Blake Hahn trails by three. Rattling off his first two wins of the season this past weekend, three-time series champion, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. has rebounded quickly from ninth to third with only eight markers keeping him from the point's lead. Roger Crockett trails by 11 with Scott Bogucki by 17.
Looking at sixth through tenth, the next five drivers are separated by 66 points with Harli White in sixth. Jamie Ball seventh is trailed by leading Brodix Rookie of the Year contender, John Carney II. Canada's Robbie Price and Dylan Westbrook complete the top-ten.
Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26 at Lake Ozark Speedway goes green with Hot Laps at 6:30 P.M. with racing to follow at 7:30 P.M. (CT). Admission on Saturday, May 25 is $20 for Reserved Seats, $18 for General Admission, $17 for Senior and Military, and free for kids eight and under. Tickets for Sunday, May 6 are $25 for Reserved Seats, $22 for General Admission, $20 for Senior and Military, and free for kids eight and under.
Lake Ozark Speedway is located at 50 Twiggy Ln. in Eldon, Mo. Information on the track and events can be found by calling (573) 418-0565 or online at
Fans not able to attend can find the weekend broadcast live at
For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the nine Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2019, log onto, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and on Twitter (@LucasOilASCS).

DGM Racing not only has one of the Bassett brothers behind the wheel going into this weekend’s Alsco 300 Xfinity Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway but both siblings.  Ronnie Bassett Jr. will be in the driver seat of the NO. 92 American Wood Reface, Superior Trailer, Bessemer Tire and Auto, Denver Smokehouse Chevy, Camaro. Younger brother Dillion Bassett will be piloting the No. 90 American Wood Reface, Superior Trailer Chevy, Camaro.

Ronnie Bassett Jr and Dillion Bassett are both coming off their best finishes of 15th at Texas Motor Speedway and Richmond International Speedway. This will be the first Xfinity Race that the two brothers have competed in together and what better place than at the Bassett’s home track of Charlotte Motor Speedway. The Bassett brothers have set their expectations of finishing this weekends Alsco 300 by achieving their best finishes so far this season. The green flag is set drop on Saturday May 25, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. ET.  

This will be Ronnie Bassett Jr’s 4th Xfinity start of his career and his second start at a mile-and-a half track. As for Dillon Bassett this will be is 2nd career start and his first start at a mile- and-a- half track. For updates throughout this weekend race tune into FS1.

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Darrell Waltrip won a record five Coca-Cola 600s in his NASCAR Hall of Fame career as a driver. Before the popular FOX: NASCAR broadcaster’s time in the booth winds to a close this year, Waltrip added more hardware to his trophy case on Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Speedway Motorsports, Inc. President and CEO Marcus Smith presented Waltrip with a special-edition Bruton Smith Trophy to commemorate his five-decade influence on NASCAR as well as his remarkable five victories in NASCAR’s toughest test of man and machine in 1978, ’79, ’85, ’88 and ‘89.

“This is the trophy you get when you win the Coca-Cola 600, but this is not the inscription you get on the trophy. This will be something I cherish forever,” said Waltrip, whose special trophy includes a nod to each of his 600-mile wins and a thank-you for his contributions to NASCAR. “You have trophies, you have championships, you have wins, but friends are what really make the difference. Marcus has been a great friend to me for a long time. Bruton Smith has been one of my heroes since I started racing in NASCAR in 1972.

“It was a pleasure racing here all those years, but it’s been even more of a pleasure to cover these races here for the last 19 years.”

In addition to his successful history in the Coca-Cola 600, Waltrip won the first NASCAR All-Star Race in 1985 at Charlotte.

“DW is such a friend to everyone in the sport and certainly to me and my dad and to millions and millions of NASCAR fans,” Smith said. “He’s won more Coca-Cola 600s than any other driver and completely deserves this honor.”


Two former University of Miami student-athletes have been selected to participate in the fourth annual NASCAR Drive for Diversity National Pit Crew Combine on Friday, May 24 in Concord, North Carolina.

Linebacker Terry McCray from the Hurricanes football team and women’s soccer player Dalanda Ouendeno will compete for roles as tire changers, carriers and jackmen. McCray and Ouendeno took part in a regional combine at the University of Miami back in March and were two of only 12 student-athletes nationwide to be invited to Friday’s combine.

McCray, who hails from Pompano Beach, is a graduate of Blanche Ely High School and reached a bowl game with Hurricanes in every season during his career. Ouendeno is a native of Paris, France where she played for the Paris St. Germain (PSG) soccer club from 2009-15, won the Gothia Youth World Cup and the IberCup Portugal, and was part of five Isles of France championship teams.

Top performing athletes in Friday’s combine will earn a spot in the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Pit Crew Development program where they will spend six months training as pit crew members at Rev Racing, with hopes of one day pitting for a national series team.

Led by Phil Horton, Rev Racing director of athletic performance, the four-hour combine will test the athletes in a series of strength, agility and flexibility exercises to assess their fitness for a NASCAR pit crew. Additionally, each athlete will learn how to perform tasks required of over-the-wall crew members. 

“We’re excited to witness the impact this year’s competitors bring to NASCAR and the overall pit crew development program,” said Jusan Hamilton, NASCAR director of racing operations and event management. “Each athlete possesses something special and has demonstrated the potential to work in a fast-paced, highly competitive environment. Rev Racing’s recruiting efforts have identified some phenomenal athletes who can translate what they’ve accomplished in their respective sports to success on pit road. We look forward to training those selected to the program and positioning them for successful NASCAR careers.”

“We couldn’t be prouder of the journey both our pit crew development program and program graduates have taken from its inception," said Max Siegel, owner and CEO of Rev Racing. "With the expansion of our recruiting efforts across the country, the talent level rises, and our program continues to evolve and create more opportunities for advancement at a higher level. We’re energized by the opportunity to work with these talented athletes and foresee a very impactful future on pit road for those selected to participate in our program.”

Since the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Pit Crew Development Program began, more than 100 athletes have participated, and 65 graduates are now working in NASCAR. Thirty-five crew members have reached and competed in the sport’s national series, including the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™.

Program alums include Raphael Diaz, rear tire changer for Roush Fenway Racing, and Jordan Paige, now a jackman for Richard Childress Racing. Earlier this season, Breanna O’Leary and Brehanna Daniels became the first female graduates of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Pit Crew Development Program to go over the wall in the DAYTONA 500. Both women participated in the 2016 pit crew combine and now pit regularly across the national series.

As part of the recruiting process, NASCAR and Rev Racing traveled to host student-athlete workouts at Alabama A&M University, Alcorn State University, Arizona State University, Coppin State University, Virginia State University and the University of Miami. 

The 2019 NASCAR Drive for Diversity National Pit Crew Combine participants include:




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Leishaun Ealey

Jacksonville, Fla.

Alcorn State University


Hadji Gaylord

Norfolk, Va.

Norfolk State University


Robin Loza

Charlotte, N.C.

Central Piedmont Community College


Terry McCray

Pompano Beach, Fla.

University of Miami


Dalanda Ouendeno

Paris, France

University of Miami


Deonte Parker

Huntsville, Ala.

Alabama A&M University 


Mequel Phillips

Chester, Va.

Virginia State University


Josh Pokraka

Honolulu, Hawaii

Arizona State University


Raynard Revels

Richmond, Va.

Norfolk State University


Matthew Sawyer

Baltimore, Md.

Coppin State University


Dasmond Tautalatasi

Concord, Calif. 

Arizona State University


Alvin Wilson

Lexington, Miss.

Alcorn State University


Following Friday’s event, the pit crew combine participants will attend the NASCAR Xfinity Series Alsco 300 on Saturday, May 25 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

NASCAR Drive for Diversity also offers a driver development program, operated by Rev Racing, and fields vehicles for six drivers in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, as well as legend cars for four youth racers in the US Legend Car Series. Successful graduates now competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series include drivers Kyle Larson, Daniel Suárez and Bubba Wallace.

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NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Brandon Jones will join the Fox Sports 1 broadcast team for Thursday night's General Tire 150 ARCA Menards Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Jones, 22, won the ARCA event at America's Home for Racing last year and will serve as the race analyst for FS1.

"I'm pretty excited about it, to be honest with you," Jones said. "This opportunity came up through Menards, which was really cool that John (Menard) reached out and wanted us to come and do that. I’m excited. I think it's going to be a fun little steppingstone to get into it. I've had some success in ARCA – we won the race last year.

"Never done anything like it yet, but I've done a lot of different types of interviews, so this will just be another one, probably."

Jones, a native of Atlanta who graduated from Lake Norman High in Mooresville, North Carolina, said he's studied past broadcasts and worked with members of the Menards racing program in preparation for the broadcast.

"I had to see what the race analysis was doing because you get so fixated on watching races and looking at the cars that you're not listening as a driver," Jones said. "I went back and studied up on that a little bit, so it should be a walk in the park tonight.

"I'll try to provide as much insight as I can. We'll make sure Menards gets plugged in there as well."

Does Jones want to be a broadcaster in the future? Maybe, but he's still young and hopes his career as a driver works out.

"I don't know; we'll see how tonight goes," Jones said. "I've always said that racing is what you want to do, it's your passion. If it doesn't work out, I've got a lot of interests. I love working with the military, I love the outdoors. There are a lot of career fields I could probably go into, but if works out good tonight, you never know."

Jones should be able to provide insight into how to get around the 1.5-mile track – and how to win here.

"This is a fun track," Jones said. "It was awesome to get a win in the ARCA series. I felt like I've been close in the truck series and in the Xfinity Series as well. The races are longer, so you have to put it together that much more. We've been close. The crew chief I've got, Jeff Meendering, has had a lot of success here, so I'm thinking this weekend is going to be good."


Richmond Raceway (Richmond) was recognized with two awards at the 12th Annual NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards hosted at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C. Dennis Bickmeier, Richmond President, accepted the Track Award honoring the organization for its dedication and support for diversity and inclusion. Isaiah Wright also received the Outstanding Intern Award for his work with Richmond during the 2018 NASCAR season.

Richmond was recognized with the Track Award at the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards for their work with Virginia State University (VSU). The track strategically aligned its marketing efforts to reach the local colleges and universities within its market through on-campus promotions and a pre-race concert with local artists. Students also received real-world work experience at the track through the organization’s intern program and Richmond staff participated in VSU’s annual Communications, Sport & Entertainment Symposium.

“We strive to be a track of inclusion as we know the amazing diverse market we live and work in Richmond, Virginia,” said Richmond President Dennis Bickmeier. “We are honored to be recognized at the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards, along with Isaiah Wright and our friends at Virginia State University. We will continue to be an inclusive and diverse organization on and off the track at Richmond Raceway.”

Isaiah Wright, a member of the 2018 NASCAR Diversity Internship Program, was recognized with the Outstanding Intern Award for his work with Richmond. Wright interned in Richmond’s consumer marketing department during the 2018 NASCAR season. His commitment to diversity was displayed in his recruitment of VSU classmates, fraternity brothers, and professors to support Richmond. Wright’s relationships led to more than 20 students working at Richmond throughout the season. He is currently a graduate student at Old Dominion University.

Industry leaders and personnel across the NASCAR industry were in attendance for the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards to honor NASCAR drivers, pit crew members and industry partners and ambassadors for their work promoting diversity and inclusion across the sport.

“There is a shared commitment across the NASCAR industry to champion diversity and inclusion, and the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Awards celebrate the individuals and organizations whose contribution are making a difference,” said Steve Phelps, NASCAR President. “We’re pleased to recognize this year’s award recipients whose efforts and accomplishments are helping drive our sport forward.”

This year marked the NASCAR Drive for Diversity’s first ceremony held at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte. Notable past award winners include Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers and NASCAR Drive for Diversity Driver Development Program graduates Kyle Larson, Daniel Suárez and Bubba Wallace, and NASCAR K&N Pro Series driver Hailie Deegan.

To learn more about NASCAR Drive for Diversity, visit

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Joe Gibbs Racing announces today that it has formed Gibbs Gaming, an eSports team that will be sponsored by Interstate Batteries and launch with its eNASCAR Heat Pro League competition this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“Entering the eSports space offers us many new and exciting opportunities,” said Bryan Cook, Director of Social and Digital Media for Joe Gibbs Racing. “It’s a chance to give our passionate fans additional content, while at the same time introducing the sport to an untapped demographic, in a fun way. The potential audience here is substantial, which will give us even more ways to bring value to our current sponsors, as well as attract new ones.” 

The eNASCAR Heat Pro League season opens on Sunday, May 26 from the fan zone at Charlotte Motor Speedway and the 12-race season will be broadcast live on Twitch and Facebook. The second race is scheduled for Wednesday, May 29. All remaining dates are to be announced.

“As Founding Sponsor of Joe Gibbs Racing almost 30 years ago, we are believers in the power of the Gibbs name and NASCAR to build the Interstate Batteries brand,” said Norm Miller, Chairman of Interstate Batteries. “Now we’ve doubled down as the Founding Sponsor of Gibbs Gaming, JGR’s first virtual race team. We are just as excited about the potential of eNASCAR racing to help our partners sell more batteries,” Norm continued, “especially to the younger battery buyers who love gaming!”  

“It’s clear that eSports is exploding all across the globe,” said Scott Miller, President & CEO of Interstate Batteries. “We’re glad to see Joe Gibbs Racing partner with NASCAR and 704 Games people to engage the important 18-34-year-old demographic,” Scott added. Gamers may not need a battery now or even have a car, but someday they may need both. We want to influence that battery purchase decision through this cutting-edge sponsorship.”

Gibbs Gaming recently participated in the eNASCAR Heat Pro League draft selecting two racers to compete in the inaugural season.

The No. 18 Interstate Batteries Camry will be driven by Daniel Buttafuoco of East Brunswick, NJ. Buttafuoco, who uses the gamertag The Bolt, was drafted as an Xbox One Pro League driver. He is an 18-year-old high school senior who will be graduating in June.

The No. 20 TRD Camry will be driven by TJ McGowan of Belvidere, NJ. McGowan, who uses the gamertag Voltage, was drafted as a PlayStation 4 Pro League driver. He is a 28-year-old construction worker.

Gibbs Gaming will also continue to field entries in the eNASCAR iRacing Series and is exploring the possibility of competing in other forms of eSports as well. 


New Hampshire Motor Speedway is teaming up with Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Kurt Busch to donate 200 race tickets for local military members and veterans to attend the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 on Sunday, July 21. Fans are encouraged to join in and honor our military through the speedway’s new Send A Solider program.

“I am appreciative of the sacrifice and commitment of our military service members and families which is why I started this program,” said Busch. “I’m grateful to New Hampshire Motor Speedway for matching my donation and encouraging fans to help as well.”


Through his KB100 Ticket Giveaway, Busch purchased 100 tickets to the Foxwoods Resort Casino 301, and New Hampshire Motor Speedway matched that, adding in another 100 tickets. Both Busch and the speedway are now challenging fans to add to the number of tickets being given to military members and veterans through New Hampshire Motor Speedway’s new Send A Soldier program. This program allows fans to purchase a $50 ticket for just $40 that will be added to the KB100 Ticket Giveaway to honor even more service members this July.


“There’s no real way to fully thank a military member for their commitment and sacrifice to ensure all of our freedom,” said David McGrath, executive vice president and general manager for New Hampshire Motor Speedway. “The Send A Soldier program is a great way for our fans to get involved and make a difference for a military family and help give them the chance to create lasting memories.”


As an added bonus, fans who purchase a ticket through the Send A Soldier program will enjoy a special appearance by Busch on race day, and the first 50 fans to purchase a ticket through the Send A Soldier program will also receive a Monster Energy gift bag.


All currently serving military members and veterans are eligible to register to be selected for these tickets. The KB100 program is part of a relationship with the Veteran Tickets Foundation (Vet Tix) and will offer 100 tickets for each Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race in 2019.


New Hampshire Motor Speedway features military members as part of the pre-race festivities and always offers all current service members and veterans 20% off tickets and pre-race pit passes for July’s NASCAR race weekend and September’s Full Throttle Fall Weekend.


For ticket information for events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, including the June 8-16 Motorcycle Week at NHMS, the July 19-21 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Foxwoods Resort Casino 301 race weekend and the September 20-21 Full Throttle Fall Weekend, visit the speedway website at or call Fan Relations at (603) 783-4931.


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