AmericanMuscle’s 9th Annual Car Show Is Slated to Be the Biggest Yet

MALVERN, Pa. (April 18, 2017) – The 2017 AmericanMuscle Car Show is expected to be the largest show to date, with thousands of Mustangs and spectators all converging on Maple Grove Raceway on August 12th (rain date August 19th). Once again, the proceeds from the AmericanMuscle Car Show will be used to benefit Make-A-Wish®, with the goal of surpassing last year’s total of $60,200. As always, AM2017 will be packed full of fun events and family friendly activities that will be going from the start to the stop of the show.

Mobil 1 Continues NASCAR® Race to GreenTM Support by Highlighting Sustainability Benefits of New Mobil 1™ Annual Protection

  • As official NASCAR® Green Partner, Mobil 1 lends its sustainability-focused lubricant technology expertise to NASCAR
  • Beginning this year Mobil 1 Annual Protection will be provided for every gasoline-powered NASCAR fleet-and-service vehicle
  • Danica Patrick will ceremoniously convert NASCAR fleet-and-service vehicles to Mobil 1 Annual Protection, which is her primary sponsor

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The Mobil 1 brand announced today that it will begin its fourth consecutive race season as an official technology partner of NASCAR® Green. This year as part of the NASCAR Race to Green™ initiative, the brand will highlight its latest product, Mobil 1TM Annual Protection motor oil, which allows drivers to go one full year – or up to 20,000 miles – between oil changes.

By allowing motorists to drive longer between oil changes, Mobil 1 Annual Protection helps to safely reduce the amount of used oil generated through regular oil changes. In fact, if every driver in the U.S. extended their oil change interval to one full year, by using Mobil 1 Annual Protection, this could reduce up to 587 million gallons of used oil.*

At Texas, Jimmie Johnson Didn’t Forget How To Win

(Photo by Alan Marler for Chevy Racing)

So Jimmie Johnson has had some trouble this year finding the top 10 this year let alone Victory Lane. And he changed tires after spinning out in qualifying forcing him to start the race from the back. While Ryan Blaney was busy winning race stages, Johnson was busy making his way to the top 5. Johnson did not lead the most laps but he led the most important lap at the end. Oh, by the way, Brad Keselowski hasn’t won a stage but leads with 10 playoff points by virtue of winning races.

Brad Keselowski is a Repeat Winner for 2017

(Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)

Brad Keselowski won his first grandfather clock at Martinsville in what had to be the best race of 2017.

For the first time all year, the staged racing actually added a bit of excitement as drivers battled for position all day long. Not that the race needed two extra cautions, the drivers did enough of that themselves.