Valvoline Expands Hendrick Motorsports Sponsorship to Larson and Byron

CONCORD, N.C. (April 27, 2021) – Valvoline has expanded its partnership with 13-time NASCAR Cup Series champions Hendrick Motorsports by adding primary sponsorship of playoff-contending drivers Kyle Larson and William Byron for the next two seasons.

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KING’S HAWAIIAN, NASCAR Bake Multiyear Track Partnership

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (March 9, 2021) – NASCAR and King’s Hawaiian announced today a multiyear track official partnership that secures the family-owned bakery naming rights to dining areas at four NASCAR-owned facilities – Daytona International Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Richmond Raceway and Phoenix Raceway.

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Corey LaJoie Breaks Down On-Track Incident With Chase Elliott in NASCAR Race at Daytona Road Course

At the Daytona road course race last weekend, Chase Elliott and Corey LaJoie got involved in a late incident. This ended up costing Elliott dearly and making him miss out on a road course win. Recently, LaJoie spoke about the incident from his perspective.

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Santino Ferrucci Has Hard Act to Follow in Xfinity Series Debut

Though only 22-years old, Santino Ferrucci of Ridgefield, CT already has a long history in motorsports, but none of that experience has come in stock cars. A professional driver since age 14, Ferrucci spent two years as a test driver for the Haas F1 team, before turning to IndyCar full-time in 2019. That same year, he finished seventh in the Indianapolis 500 to earn Rookie of the Year honors.

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NASCAR Wins the Weekend in Sports Television Viewership – Road Course Racings Go Up

Over the weekend, NASCAR visited Daytona International Speedway for the second week in a row. However, this time, the triple-header weekend took place on the 3.61-mile road course. View the Daytona tv ratings below.

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Joey Logano ‘Happy’ for All the Wrong Reasons Leaving Daytona

Joey Logano of Middletown, CT is probably tired of being happy for his competitors. Through two races in the 2021 NASCAR Cup season, the Daytona 500 and Sunday’s (Feb. 21) event on the Daytona International Speedway road course, Logano has been seen leading the field with two laps to go.

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Surprise Peformances Shake Up Early NASCAR Cup Standings

It’s just two races but it’s never too early to start counting championship points towards the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. The season has opened with back-to-back first-time winners in Michael McDowell and Christopher Bell, meaning there are just 14 positions remaining in the Field of 16, with two teams that didn’t qualify last year already punching their ticket.

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Another Daytona Near-Miss for Joey Logano

At least Joey Logano of Middletown, CT finished this time. One week after he was wrecked out of the lead on the final lap of the Daytona 500, Logano had another win at Daytona International Speedway slip through his fingers Sunday, this time on the road course.

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NASCAR Joey Logano Is Admittedly Jealous of Kyle Larson’s Driving Skills: ‘I Don’t Know if I’ll Get There’

NASCAR star Joey Logano might look to Kyle Larson as his next tutor. Logano, the 2018 Cup Series champion, is trying to bounce back from a disappointing end to last week’s Daytona 500. If he intends to get back on the right track — pun fully intended — and win his second title in four years, applying a lesson from Larson, the controversial veteran driver, might work in his favor.

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Christopher Bell joins Michael McDowell as First Time Cup Winner at Daytona

For the second straight week we saw a first time winner at Daytona. Christopher Bell joined the ranks of being a first time Cup winner with his hard fought win at the Daytona Road Course. Bell stayed in the hunt and chased down Joey Logano to secure his first Cup win after Michael McDowell got his first Cup win last week.

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