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Sep 29
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Rockingham Bound To Be Exciting In ARCA Finale

Without a doubt, the October 11 race at Rockingham Speedway could be one of the best races of the 2009 ARCA RE/MAX Series season. And not because it’s the final race of the year, but a new rising star could just emerge through the limelight and other hot topics surrounding the Michigan-based tour in the ARCA American 200. Since returning to the track last year, the one-mile oval has awarded two talented drivers with their first career victory but with a very familiar team. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie Joey Logano literally dominated the event last year before Sean Caisse took advantage of Ken Schrader’s misfortune in April to power his Venturini Motorsports Chevrolet into the coveted victory circle. But ... FULL STORY »

At age 42, Jeff Gordon shows no signs of slowing down
By NASCAR Wire Service

Jeff Gordon, driver of the #24 Axalta Chevrolet, celebrates in Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Crown Royal Presents The John Wayne Walding 400 at the Brickyard Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 27, 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana. - Photo Credit: Rainier Ehrhardt/Getty Images INDIANAPOLIS— Jeff Gordon won the inaugural Brickyard 400 in 1994. On Sunday at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, in a No. 24 Chevrolet that clearly was the class of the field, Gordon won the 21st edition of the prestigious race. It's remarkable enough that Gordon could win a record five times at IMS. It's even more astounding that his first and most recent victories at the Brickyard are 20 years apart. And it's even more staggering that Gordon seems to have rediscovered the same sort of passion and intensity that propelled him to his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship as a 24-year-old. So don’t be too surprised if Gordon returns to Victory Lane in the 41st running of the Brickyard 400, at age 62. OK, that ... FULL STORY »

All Roads Lead To A Great Place (Rockingham Speedway)

With the 2009 ARCA RE/MAX Series and the USAR Racing Series seasons dwindling down, two of the most prominent and sometimes overlooked racing sanctions in the United States will head or as I like to call it – lead themselves ... FULL STORY »

Talladega Notes

Well race fans I just got back from Dega and what a fiasco we had there. Ol' Edwards hit it on the head when he said NASCAR is gonna wait until somebody gets killed to change anything. You may want ... FULL STORY »

ARCA RE/MAX Series Set To Return To Action With Test At Rockingham

It's hard to believe that it's been more than a month since the ARCA RE/MAX Series has been in action, but business is about to pick up as the open test for the ARCA RE/MAX Series at Rockingham Speedway kicks ... FULL STORY »

ARCA Young-Guns Set To Take Control In 2008

Of course, you would like to think that nine time ARCA RE/MAX Series champion Frank Kimmel has another shot to win the 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series championship but if ARCA's stout young-guns have anything to do with it, they'll try ... FULL STORY »

He Said, She Said- ARCA Style – 04/04/07

Race Fans: Welcome to the third edition of He Said, She Said for the ARCA RE/MAX Series. This is a great column reintroduced to the ARCA RE/MAX Series for the 2007 season. Catchfence.com has lined up a great amount of respected ... FULL STORY »

He Said, She Said – ARCA Style – 03/20/07

Race Fans: Welcome to the second edition of He Said, She Said for the ARCA RE/MAX Series. This is a great column reintroduced to the ARCA RE/MAX Series for the 2007 season. Catchfence.com has lined up a great amount of respected ... FULL STORY »



He Said, She Said- ARCA Style – 02/06/07
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Race Fans: Welcome to the first edition of He Said, She Said for the ARCA RE/MAX Series. This is a great column reintroduced to the ARCA RE/MAX Series for the 2007 season. Catchfence.com has lined up a great amount of respected individuals within the ARCA RE/MAX Series and we're excited to ...FULL STORY »
The White Head Restraint: A Proven Safety Restraint System For Over 20 years
1 response - Posted 08.06.02
In 1971, George White would have never imagined that pushing a broom around Bobby Allison's race shop could lead to such a life long career. From the first day in that shop, George began amassing an amazing amount of racing knowledge of all sorts. He eventually became a valued and ...FULL STORY »


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