Daytona Nibbles (NASCAR Xfinity Series): Other News and Notes

Here are some additional notes and news about the NASCAR Xfinity Series racing this weekend at Daytona International Speedway… Views: 75

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Daytona Nibbles (ARCA Menards Series): Various News and Notes

Here are various news and note items from the ARCA Menards Series racing this week at Daytona International Speedway… Views: 93

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Customer Submitted Install Guides WANTED!

Write an Install Guide & Get UP TO $200 PAOLI, Pa. (February 12th, 2019) – Attention all 1987 to 2019 Jeep Wrangler owners: want to earn free parts for your rig? ExtremeTerrain’s Customer Submitted Install Guide Program gives you the chance to earn money toward parts purchases. From Armor, to Lift-Kits, to Wheels and Tires, you can earn toward parts from any category! So far, we have given out over $110,000 in parts since the program’s inception in August of 2014. Views: 96

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Harrison Burton Wins Lucas Oil 200 Driven By General Tire At Daytona International Speedway

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 9, 2019) – Harrison Burton, the 18-year-old son of retired NASCAR great Jeff Burton, won the Lucas Oil 200 Driven By General Tire Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway, in the opening event of this year’s DAYTONA Speedweeks Presented By AdventHealth. Views: 88

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Daytona Nibbles: New Faces

Daniel Hemric, Ryan Preece, Matt Tifft and Tanner Berryhill are beginning their rookie campaigns in the Monster Energy Series in 2019. Preece and Tifft, both former Joe Gibbs Racing drivers in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, will race in the No. 47 for JTG-Daugherty Racing and the No. 36 for Front Row Motorsports, respectively. Hemric, the two-time NXS championship finalist, will wheel the No. 8 for Richard Childress Racing, marking the return of the number made famous by Dale Earnhardt Jr. when he drove for Dale Earnhardt Inc. from 2000-07. Berryhill…

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Change…. One Thing You Can ALWAYS Count On With NASCAR!

Greetings race fans! Welcome to the 2019 NASCAR season. One thing you can be sure of is that there have been a lot of changes since the end of 2018 in all three NASCAR series. Well, all four, if you count ARCA. Views: 725

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