The Bennett Family of Companies will have a major presence in Atlanta Motor Speedway’s fall NASCAR weekend as part of a new partnership between the two Henry County companies. The McDonough, Ga., headquartered company will be the entitlement partner for qualifying on Saturday, Sept. 7. Bennett Transportation and Logistics Qualifying
Evergreen Raceway kicked-off the 2024 season with an afternoon of Enduro racing that was highlighted by a 100-lap Gut-N-Go for 4/6-Cylinder cars plus a 50-lapper with the Outlaw 8-Cylinder Stocks and followed by a 25-lap run on the Evergreen Roval course that combined both of those classes. On a sun-splashed,
Five Star Race Car Bodies has renewed their support of the ASA Branded Tours as a participating manufacturer sponsor for the 2024 season. Five Star will continue to sponsor the ASA STARS National Tour plus the three ASA Branded regional series: The ASA CRA Super Series; The ASA Midwest Tour
Sunoco rookie Jesse Love led almost all the laps, but in the end, it was his Richard Childress Racing teammate, Austin Hill, who had Saturday’s RAPTOR King of Tough 250 fall into his lap. For Hill, who won last week’s NASCAR Xfinity Series season-opener at Daytona International Speedway, it was
The CURE Insurance Arena in Trenton, New Jersey, witnessed a night of electrifying racing action as Anthony Perrego of Walden, New York, defied the odds to claim victory in the BELFOR Property Restoration East Coast Indoor Dirt Nationals. Starting from the 11th position, Perrego showcased his skill and patience, navigating
Race Winner: Austin Hill of Richard Childress Racing (Chevrolet) Stage 1 Winner: Jesse Love of Richard Childress Racing (Chevrolet) Stage 2 Winner: Jesse Love of Richard Childress Racing (Chevrolet) SHR Race Finish: ● Riley Herbst (Started 4th, Finished 15th / Running, completed 168 of 169 laps) ● Cole Custer (Started 11th, Finished 16th
Chandler Smith came just one spot short of winning at his home track this evening in NASCAR Xfinity Series action at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Talking Rock, Georgia-native backed up his fifth place run at Daytona with a runner-up finish in a green-white-checkered ending. His teammate, Sheldon Creed, also delivered
Corey Heim added another strong run at his home track of Atlanta Motor Speedway Saturday afternoon, bringing his Toyota Tundra TRD Pro home in third position to lead Toyota in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series event. With his runner-up finish at Daytona, Heim has begun the season with back-to-back top-fives.