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WEST SALEM, Wisc. – Steve Carlson won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship last year. But he may have been even prouder with his second-place finish Saturday night. That’s because the driver to beat Carlson was his son, Mike, who picked up his first career victory in the Kwik Trip Late Model feature at LaCrosse (Wisc.) Fairgrounds Speedway.
It was the opening race of the season at the track where Steve Carlson won the division title en route to the state and national championship.> More
Since the opening days of NASCAR, Bowman Gray Stadium has been synonymous with the best in short-track racing. As NASCAR celebrates its 60th season, the track will likewise commemorate the milestone as the longest running track in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.
Bowman Gray will kick off racing April 26 with the Tucson 200 — 200 laps of racing for the track’s Modifieds, which also happen to be NASCAR’s oldest division of racing. The track’s tight, ¼-mile oval produces an exciting blend of speed and close-quarters fighting for position.> More
For Bill McAnally Racing/Drive for Diversity(D4D) driver Paulie Harraka it was a night of firsts at All American Speedway in Roseville, California. It was his first win piloting the No. 16 Ruth’s Chris Steak House/NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Camry in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. It was the first win of the season for a Drive for Diversity participant and it was the first time a Toyota Camry won an event at All American Speedway in the series. This is his second season with BMR and third as a participant with D4D.> More
IRWINDALE, Calif. – Irwindale Speedway celebrates its 10th anniversary on Saturday, March 22 kicking off its NASCAR schedule of events and officially announcing a multi-year naming rights sponsorship program with the Southern California Toyota Dealers Advertising Association (SCTDAA) and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. in which the Speedway will be renamed TOYOTA Speedway at Irwindale.> More
As the impending Spring thaws the ground and erases thoughts of a long offseason, the drivers, promoters, sponsor and fans across North America involved with the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series get ready for another year of racing.
This weekend, three historic Southeastern tracks with long-time NASCAR ties will take the green flag. By the end of the month, eight others will join them as NASCAR’s national program for short tracks gets off to a roaring start.> More
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 13, 2008) – The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series serves as the foundation of NASCAR – the grassroots racing across the United States and Canada. That ‘Home Track’ effort continues to grow stronger with the addition of three tracks to the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series beginning in 2008: Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wisc., Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, Neb., and Tri-County Motor Speedway in Hudson, N.C.> More
The 2008 Drive for Diversity class was announced today by Access Marketing & Communications, marking the start of the fifth season for the NASCAR industry's on-track driver development program. The eight drivers on the 2008 roster, including three first time program participants, will compete in the NASCAR Camping World Series and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.> More
LAS VEGAS (Nov. 10, 2007) -- Steve Carlson already has a handful of NASCAR championship rings -- five to be exact -- but it was the one he received Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay that really provided a crowning moment from the 50-year-old driver from West Salem, Wisc.
"Each NASCAR championship is special to me," Carlson said. "But this is, by far, the biggest one yet."> More