Darlington Pulls Highest Labor Day Weekend Ratings in Eight Years

The Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway pulled in the sport’s highest Labor Day weekend overnight in eight years. NASCAR Sprint Cup racing from Darlington drew a 3.4 overnight rating on NBC Sunday night (and 8.82 million viewers), up 13% from the comparable Atlanta races last year and in 2013 (3.0 both years).

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Carl Edwards Surprises With a Win at Darlington

Coming from 2 laps down early in the race, Carl Edwards went on to win the Southern 500. I guess you can ask him if he likes the new low downforce package. Or not Not only was it low downforce car, but Goodyear brought a softer tire that gave up faster. While NASCAR says this package will not run in the Chase, you can be sure that it will run more often in 2016 and I suspect Goodyear will be bringing special tires for those events. The race at Kentucky…

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The Rich History of Aston Martin and the DB Mark III

If there is one name in the automobile world that stands for quality, craftsmanship and luxury, it has to be Aston Martin. This respect and admiration were not earned overnight, though. Even though the company was founded in 1913, it did not become associated with luxury cars until the ’50s and later. The story of how this little company became the global powerhouse is both interesting and educational.

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