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Sandwich Artist to 200 MPH Man: Caleb Costner’s Improbable Journey to the ARCA Menards Series

The road from sandwich artist to professional racecar driver was one filled with many twists and turns, but mainly financial issues. The lack of funds didn’t deter Costner’s dream, however. It seemed only to strengthen it. 

Rackley W.A.R President Willie Allen, a blue-collar executive in a white-collar world

I had the opportunity to speak with Rackley W.A.R. team president Willie Allen recently, and we talked about everything from the feeling of the team winning at Talladega to his expectations for Ty Dillon and the No. 25 team for 2024. But no story is complete without a green flag.

Speedway Motorsports COO Mike Burch’s Passion For NASCAR Video Games and Short Track Racing An Uplifting Sign

Despite working at Speedway Motorsports for over 20 years, Burch still brings a smile and a positive attitude into the workplace day in and day out.

Over the Wall with Joey Meier 

Joey Meier is best known today as the pilot for Dale Earnhardt Jr. but his journey into the NASCAR world began as a child. He was raised in a racing family in Marathon, Florida, where his dad, Freddy, raced on the beaches of Daytona and then famously qualified for the final race held on Daytona Beach in 1958. 

Chicago Cup Series Street Race is NBC Sports’ Most-Watched NASCAR race in Six Years

Viewership peaked at 5.383 million TV-only viewers from 9:15-9:30 pm ET when van Gisbergen took the checkered flag. Chicago delivered a 9.29 rating and is expected to lead all markets once final local data is completed. The rating is more than three times what the market did for this year’s Daytona 500 (2.99 on FOX).

Over the Wall with the RCR No. 8 Pit Crew

This year the All-StarRace Pit Crew Challenge is presented by Mechanix Wear at North Wilkesboro Speedway. The team pit crews play a vital role in every race, but none more so than this weekend.

Over the Wall with Josh Sobecki 

Josh Sobecki is a 37-year-old veteran crewman who grew up in Kensington, Pennsylvania and now resides in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area with his wife, Nicole and their two sons, Caden (8) and Grayson (3).

Hemric touts Celsius Energy sponsorship ahead of Talladega

If Daniel Hemric has an extra skip in his step this weekend, there’s a reason for it. He will climb into his No. 16 Kaulig Racing Cup Series machine with a new primary sponsor: Celsius Energy.

‘You can’t win the race in the first 200 laps but you could certainly lose it’ – Kerry Tharp

Kerry Tharp, president of Darlington Raceway, summed it up best, “You can't win the race in the first 200 laps but you could certainly lose it.”

Kerry Tharp and Darlington Raceway ready to welcome fans with open arms

“Just being able to see the fans enjoying themselves whether it be in the campgrounds or the stands, we missed that for about 2 1/2 years with the pandemic,” he said. “I’m looking forward with a lot of anticipation to seeing that again.”

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