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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Dillon Thompson has a simple racing philosophy.
"I like to win everything," Thompson said. "If we're out there in hot laps, I like to pass cars. I'm real competitive. I always like to be the first one."
Fortunately for the 21-year-old from Hastings, Neb., he hasn't had to deal with not being first much this year in his NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Todd Sherman has been doing this long enough to know that nothing is for sure in racing.
With four Reineke Modified Division races remaining on the schedule at Limaland Motorsports Park in Lima, Ohio, the veteran driver from Churubusco, Indiana, is closing in on his fifth straight championship – and fourth under the NASCAR banner.
“We know anything can happen, but we do everything we can to prepare the car,” said Sherman, who will turn 50 on August 3. “I don’t let the pressure get to me. I just go out there and try to win races.”> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Anthony Anders knows if he’s going to win his first NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship, he’s going to have to beat some pretty stout competition.
Saturday, Anders got a first-hand look at one of his biggest challengers.
Two-time defending national champion Lee Pulliam of Semora, North Carolina, paid a visit to Anders’ home track of Greenville Pickens Speedway in South Carolina. And the Easley, South Carolina, driver emerged with a pair of 40-lap Late Model Stock Car feature victories.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — NASCAR announced today it has reached an agreement with Chester, Conn., and Charlestown, N.H.-based Whelen Engineering to enhance its long-standing status as the Official Warning Lights of NASCAR with the additional position as the Official Vehicle Illumination Lights of NASCAR.
The expansion adds to Whelen’s NASCAR portfolio, which includes entitlement sponsorship of two regional touring series, an international touring series and the weekly racing series.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — It is no wonder that Jordan Latimer was destined to be a race car driver. The 15-year-old, third-generation driver has been racing since he was seven-years-old and his family have been fixtures at Barrie Speedway.
Latimer’s mother, Laurie, raced at the track along with her brother Kevin for years, but it was her father and Jordan’s grandfather – Garry Reynolds – that made the mark for the family at the historic track in Ontario.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – After a six year hiatus, NASCAR racing returns to Tucson Speedway Saturday night.
And, as one may expect from a track with Tucson’s unique history, Saturday night will offer something for fans of all ages – with four divisions of exciting NASCAR Whelen All-American Series competition leading the attractions.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Toni McCray would like nothing better than to be standing on stage in December at the Charlotte Convention Center / NASCAR Hall of Fame and being recognized as a NASCAR champion.
“It would be awesome; it would be quite an honor,” said the 37-year-old from Highland Park, California, of the recently announced 2014 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards. “I want a championship really bad. The only way to get it is to win races.
“That’s our goal and we’re going to work hard for it.”> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The NASCAR Hall of Fame is the ultimate goal for the sport’s greatest.
Annually, the North Carolina landmark is also the aim of drivers throughout the NASCAR weekly & touring series, as the NASCAR Hall of Fame / Charlotte Convention Center will host the 2014 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards and the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards.
The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards will be Friday, Dec. 12, while the NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Series Awards will be Saturday, Dec. 13.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns to Daytona for its annual July date, everywhere you look in the garage is another fresh face looking to make an impact at NASCAR’s top level.
This youth movement isn’t restricted to the top series – it is a tidal wave moving through the NASCAR system, starting at its foundation: The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.
Not only are younger drivers racing, but they’re winning. And chasing championships.> More