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Two For One At Devil's Bowl

By Adam Fenwick, Special to NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Vermont’s Devil’s Bowl Speedway crowned not one, but two NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Division I track champions in 2017.

No, there wasn’t a tie at the conclusion of the season. Actually, Devil’s Bowl Speedway had not one, but two race tracks sanctioned by NASCAR this season. One is a half-mile asphalt oval and the other is a third-mile clay oval, with each crowning a Division I champion.

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Choquette Finds Talent In Opener

Staff Reports

NEW SMYRNA, Fla. -- A night after he joked he 'ran out of talent,' Jeff Choquette found it again -- and, with it, plenty of speed -- at New Smyrna Speedway.

The 31-year-old from West Palm Beach, Florida, led 99 of 100 laps en route to winning the 32nd annual Red Eye 100 on Saturday night. On a night when temperatures where 39 degrees at green flag, there was nothing that could cool off Choquette. He set fast time earlier in the evening, and redrew fourth in post-qualifying, and then jumped past defending race winner Bubba Pollard to take the point on Lap 2.

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New Smyrna To Kick-Off 2018

By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- For many years, the Super Late Model racing season has started in Florida. 

Saturday, that tradition continues.

The 32nd annual Red Eye 100 for the Super Late Models is set for Saturday night at Florida's New Smyrna Speedway. The event will help to kick-off the 2018 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season as the first race that drivers can be awarded points in the 2018 Division I championship chase. It begins a nine-month quest to become the national champion. 

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CHAMPION'S PROFILE: Pulliam On Top Again

By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Wait, wait and wait some more.

Lee Pulliam had already done that three times before, but on Sept. 21, 2017, the Semora, North Carolina, native found himself waiting for an important phone call once again.

After many long hours of waiting, Pulliam got the call from NASCAR that he had been crowned the 2017 NASCAR Whelen All-American Seires national champion. He won the championship by a mere three points over Trevor Huddleston.

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Rocco Continues Impressive Stretch

By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- In a season that was filled with emotion, Keith Rocco used an impressive final month to capture two more NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track championships in 2017. 

He won the final two SK Modified races at Stafford Motor Speedway en route to his third title at the half-mile and also was able to capture his sixth SK Modified title at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park. The two Connecticut track championships helped Rocco continue to add to his already stout resume in New England short-track racing.

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Moriarity Finds Redemption With Title Run

By Adam Fenwick, Special to NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - On the second night in August, Trenton Moriarity thought he watched his shot at the Speedway Chevrolet Super Late Model track championship at Evergreen Speedway go up in flames.

Literally.

That night Moriarity, 25, was involved in a devastating incident that started when the engine in his super late model suddenly expired as he roared toward turn one. His slowing car collected the cars of Jeff Knight and Tyler Tanner, engulfing all three cars in flames.

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Lanpher Collects Maine Hardware

By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Even though he is only 19-years-old, Reid Lanpher's list of accolades already has him looking like a polished veteran. 

In 2017, Lanpher added two more championships to his already stout résumé, winning both the Beech Ridge Motor Speedway Division I title and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Maine championship. He won the final four races of the season in the Pro Series Super Late Models at the Scarborough, Maine, oval and picked up his second title in the last three years.

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Quiet Keeter Lets Results Speak Loudly

By Adam Fenwick, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Mitch Keeter isn’t the type of person who likes to draw a lot attention to himself.

He’ll be the first to admit he’s not a “suit and tie kind of guy” and he also isn’t the biggest fan of standing up in front of a crowd and giving a speech. 

Instead, the 29-year-old native of Webb City, Missouri, prefers to let his results on the race track do all the talking for him. This year, his results spoke volumes.

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Career-Year Finally Nets Titles For Robertson

By Adam Fenwick, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - It took a bit longer than he would have liked, but Darren Robertson is finally able to call himself a champion.

Robertson, 31, secured his first NASCAR track championship this year at Colorado National Speedway in Dacono, Colorado. It was a long time coming for the third-generation racer, who also secured the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Colorado championship this season.

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Darling Dominates at Seekonk

By Kyle Souza, NASCARHomeTracks.com

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- After a few years off from from the top of Seekonk Speedway's Pro Stock division, David Darling returned to his prime form in 2017 at the Massachusetts' track. In 16 races as part of the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Division I class, Darling went to Victory Lane eight times and only finished outside the top five twice. He captured the checkered flag in the final four points races, completing a dream season in style. 

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