He’s Got the Sauce: Ridgefield, CT’s Anthony Alfredo Ready For Step Up to Cup

Connecticut’s Anthony Alfredo admits that if someone told him a year ago that he’d be a NASCAR Cup Series rookie in 2021, he probably wouldn’t have believed it. But on the cusp of his Cup debut in the Feb. 14 Daytona 500, he’s glad for the opportunity. “I’m just so thankful,” said Alfredo, driver of the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports Ford, in a Friday media teleconference.

Nashville Speedway / Ally 400 Sponsorship Announcement Transcript

We’re five months from NASCAR’s return to Nashville Superspeedway and Middle Tennessee, and less than one month from kicking off the season with the 2021 Daytona 500, so we know fans are anxious for any and all race track announcements and news.

Track Talk – Joey Logano Used First Big Paycheck in the Smartest Way Possible / Corey LaJoie Ready to Build Program at Spire Motorsports

Whether you like it or not, big money is simply part of the professional sports landscape. From broadcast deals and commercial sponsorships to individual salaries, there’s a financial element to almost everything that goes on behind the scenes. That’s especially true in the world of NASCAR, as Joey Logano, of Middlletown, CT can confirm.