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Sonoma, Calif. — Infineon Raceway and Bennett Lane Winery have entered into a multi-year partnership that will make the Napa winery the title sponsor of the Saturday race at the upcoming NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekend, officials from both companies announced.
Bennett Lane Winery will become title sponsor of the NASCAR Camping World Series West event, which will take place on Saturday, June 21. The event will be called the Bennett Lane Winery 200, and will serve as the main event on Saturday of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 event weekend, June 20-22.> More
Leads From Start To Finish To Give Toyota First NASCAR Camping World Series Victory
Roseville – Eric Holmes felt a little pressure.
From expectations running with traditional powerhouse team Bill McAnally Racing. From the more than 150 fans that made the trek from his hometown in Escalon, Calif. to see his return to full-time racing in the NASCAR Camping World Series West. And from the persistant challenge of David Mayhew for more than 150 laps Saturday night> More
Roseville, Calif. – Jason Bowles showed he could turn right and left with a pair of road course victories as a rookie last year.
In qualifying for the 2008 NASCAR Camping World Series West opener Saturday, Bowles proved he may be a force on the ovals as well. Bowles earned the first Coors Light Pole Award of the season on the .333-mile oval at All American Speedway and will start out front in Saturday night’s Toyota NAPA AutoCare 150.> More
Roseville, Calif. – The new era for the NASCAR Camping World Series has generated plenty of interest at All American Speedway.
Track promoter Bill McAnally said the Toyota NAPA Auto Care 150 was sold out in advance Thursday for Saturday night's event at the 1/3-mile Northern California track.> More
Northern California is buzzing in anticipation of the NASCAR Camping World Series West opener Saturday at All-American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. It will be the West’s first trip to the 1/3-mile oval since it was just a 1/4-mile in 1982. The 55th season of the West also kicks off a new era under the NASCAR Camping World Series banner.
There are numerous changes throughout the series and a number of drivers ready to challenge for the championship. Here are five drivers to keep an eye on as the 2008 season takes the green flag:> More
The new era of the NASCAR Camping World Series West will feature the resumption of an on-track battle that is very familiar to fans of the series.
The return of Eric Holmes to a full-time ride in the West, has set the stage for his rivalry to be renewed with long-time friend Mike David. The drivers have accounted for the last two championships, with Holmes winning in 2006 and David breaking through in 2007.
Both drivers are second-generation competitors who hail from California’s Central Valley – Holmes from Escalon and David from Modesto.> More
He’s with a different team, in a different car and with a different sponsor, but Eric Holmes (No. 20 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota) is back full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Series West.
His first race with his new team will come as the NASCAR Camping World Series West kicks off its 2008 season with the Toyota NAPA Auto Care 150 at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., on Saturday, March 29.> More
The 2008 season features a variety of changes for the NASCAR Camping World Series West.
The biggest and most exciting change is the series name. Camping World, the country’s largest RV and outdoor retailer, has taken over as the title sponsor for NASCAR Camping World Series beginning this season — entitling NASCAR’s top developmental series, the long-standing Grand National Division, East and West Series.
Change is also apparent with drivers as some have different teams, different sponsors, different numbers or different manufacturers.> More
Millions tuned in for the Daytona 500 to watch drivers like Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Jr. and David Gilliland – all of whom used the NASCAR Camping World Series to help launch their careers. NASCAR fans will get the opportunity to see the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stars of tomorrow throughout the 2008 season thanks to a comprehensive television broadcast schedule announced today by NASCAR for its developmental series.
The 2008 schedule features television coverage of the NASCAR Camping World Series live on HDNet and enhanced replays on SPEED.> More
Veteran stock car driver Austin Cameron drove in the Pikes Peak Hillclimb race in 2007 but this year he has another hill to climb.
Cameron returns to stock cars at the wheel of a NAPA-sponsored Bill McAnally Racing entry in NASCAR Camping World Series West competition. The 31-year-old Cameron, who lives in San Diego, looks at the BMR program as his ticket to a championship.
“You’d better believe it,” Cameron said. “I feel better than ever. I feel very positive about this season.”> More