Life and Legacy of Wendell Scott, the First Black NASCAR Driver, Being Brought to Life Via New Media

David Steward II’s Lion Forge Films (Academy Award®-winning Hair Love), and parent company Polarity, a leading black-owned entertainment holding company, have inked a deal with Scott 34 Racing, creating Wendell Scott Ventures to introduce the iconic and groundbreaking life and legacy of Wendell Scott, NASCAR’s first black racer (and later, owner), to audiences through films, TV series, docu-series, digital content, games, and more through an extensive multi-platform engagement.

ExtremeTerrain’s Customer Spotlight Build Breakdown – Brian’s JK Build

ExtremeTerrain is back this week with a build breakdown on customer, Brian’s, trail ready JK In this installment, XT host, Merideth Evasew, hops on a video call with one of our community’s favorite JKs, owned by Brian Voelzke. Together they go over a full break down of the build talk about some of the inspiration behind the parts selection.

NASCAR Expands International Reach To Nearly 200 Countries And Territories

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 11, 2021) – When the engines rev for the 63rd running of the DAYTONA 500, more fans than ever across the globe can experience the sights, sounds and action of NASCAR. NASCAR, along with broadcast agency partner IMG, has made NASCAR content available to nearly 200 countries and territories in over 25 languages for a household reach of over 500 million to start 2021. This reach represents a high-water mark for the sport.

Busch Beer is Creating a NASCAR Dream Job that YOU can Interview for Live During the Daytona 500

New York, February 1, 2021: As fans know, the pit crew are true heroes of NASCAR and arguably have the toughest and most badass job in the sport, one that is essential for the driver’s victory. It’s a job most people never even dream of doing because of the limited roles and top-notch credentials needed – but thanks to Busch beer, one lucky fan will get the opportunity to learn from this elite group.

New Smyrna World Series Night #6 – Unofficial Results

After the jump, you’ll find unofficial results from Night #6 (Wednesday) of the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway (FL)… Tour-type Modified John Blewett III Memorial (76 Laps) Pos # Driver Start 1 6 Ryan Preece 37 2 60 Matt Hirschman 11 3 07 Patrick Emerling 1 4 7NY Jon McKennedy 5 5 16 Ron Silk 8 6 59 Matthew Galko 34 7 2H Chuck Hossfeld 13 8 20 Eddie McCarthy 19 9 14 Bobby Measmer, Jr. 18 10 36 David Sapienza 15 11 56…

Ryan Preece Drives From Daytona to New Smyrna & Wins Blewett Memorial!

Shortly after 8 p.m. on Wednesday night, NASCAR Cup Series driver Ryan Preece locked himself into Sunday’s 63rd Annual Daytona 500. Three hours later, after making the quick drive from Daytona International Speedway to New Smyrna Speedway, Preece stood in victory lane celebrating his second career win in the John Blewett III Memorial for Tour-type Modifieds.

Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece Puts JTG Daugherty Racing Into Daytona 500 Field

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla: Ryan Preece will sleep very well the rest of the week. After losing their team charter during the off-season, JTG Daugherty Racing arrived at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway knowing they had to make the “Great American Race” based on their qualifying speed Wednesday night.

Monster Energy Racing: Riley Herbst Daytona NXS Advance

Riley Herbst begins 2021 with the familiar colors of Monster Energy, but in a new make with a number. He takes over the No. 98 Ford Mustang from Chase Briscoe, who scored nine wins in 2020. Herbst made the move to Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) after spending the 2019-2020 seasons with Joe Gibbs Racing. This will be Herbst’s first year behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang.

Young’s Motorsports Camping World Truck Series NextEra Energy Resources 250 Team Preview

Road racing standout Kris Wright joins Young’s Motorsports for the full 2021 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season beginning with Friday night’s NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

Outlaw Entry Lists Loading up for Icebreaker and Thompson 300

Waterbury, VT — The Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park oval is shaping up as the place to watch the biggest stars of Tour-Type Modified Racing in 2021. Entry lists for both the Icebreaker 125 on April 10/11 and the return of the Thompson 300 on October 9/10 are already loaded with local, regional, and even national open-wheel racing headliners. As the first and last events of the season at the historic Connecticut track, both the Icebreaker and the Thompson 300 are expected to be the year’s two greatest shows.