AM Racing To Launch Second Part-Time Truck Series Team at Circuit of the Americas

STATESVILLE, N.C.: AM Racing confirmed today the organization will launch a second part-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team beginning with Saturday afternoon’s XPEL 225 at Circuit of the Americas (COTA).

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William Byron Wins At New Look Atlanta

Not all drivers were fans of plans to revamp Atlanta Motor Speedway. The old track was wide and fast and worn out. Drivers liked the racing surface. But it didn’t make for much in the way of entertaining racing so AMS tore it up and replaced with a higher banked, narrower track that provided plenty of side by side action and lots of cars wrecking.  If that’s your jam, then you loved the race on Sunday.

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Sheehan and LTK Finish Strong at Charlotte Trans Am

Charlotte, NORTH CAROLINA – March 21, 2022 – The 100-mile TA2 feature race on Saturday, March 19, saw attrition and endurance from driver Tom Sheehan and the Damon Racing outfit. With various challenges getting the LTK racecar fit for the tall order of the demanding Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval circuit – the No. 97 finished strong in P16.

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How New England Drivers Performed Over The Weekend At Atlanta

Saturday afternoon started off with the Camping World Truck Series race which was taken by C. Heim with Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece finishing in 7th at the checkered flag.

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Eli Tomac Stretches Win Streak to Four Straight at Indy Supercross

Indianapolis, Ind., (March 20, 2022) The headlines of two racers extending their win streaks belies the thrills delivered at the Indianapolis Supercross, Round 11 of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series. Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha’s Eli Tomac was patient and precise on the soft, rutted, and unforgiving Indianapolis dirt.

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Unexpected Opportunity Leads to Chris Meyer Moving Up to Late Model Division at Stafford Speedway

(Stafford Springs, CT)—After finishing second in points with 7 total feature wins the last two seasons in Stafford Speedway’s Street Stock division, Chris Meyer had plans to chase the championship for one last season before moving up to Late Model competition in 2023.  Meyer’s plans have now been accelerated by a year with an opportunity to drive Scott Cook’s #99 Northeast Truck & Off-Road Late Model.

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Rob Sears Ready to Establish Himself As A Contender in Stafford’s Street Stock Division

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Hard work, perseverance, and family are all qualities that embody Stafford Speedway Street Stock driver Rob Sears.  After racing a partial schedule from 2015-2019, Sears took a year off from racing in 2020 to regroup before getting back behind the wheel of his #44 R & B Landscaping Chevrolet in 2021.

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