Frankie Muniz Opens Up On Putting His Career Into Fifth Gear, Why He’s Chasing Victory Lane

Frankie Muniz is ready to start his engine and pursue his dream of a professional stock-car racing championship and will get to do that officially starting in February at Daytona International Speedway. Muniz, the former child actor who starred in “Malcolm in the Middle,” “Big Fat Liar” and “Agent Cody Banks,” announced in January he would be racing in the ARCA Menards Series full-time starting this year, beginning with the Daytona race on Feb. 18. He will be competing in the No. 30 Ford Mustang for Rette Jones Racing.

RFK Racing and Fifth Third Bank to Honor Matt Kenseth at Martinsville

CONDORD, N.C. (Oct. 25, 2022) – RFK Racing and Fifth Third Bank will honor Matt Kenseth and his upcoming induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame with a special paint scheme on Chris Buescher’s No. 17 Ford at the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway. Kenseth, who scored Jack Roush’s first Cup championship in 2003, originally piloted the No. 17 Fifth Third Bank Ford in 2012 and this weekend’s scheme will be a nod to that originally livery.

Kevin Douglass Scores Fifth Pro Stock Win Of 2022 At Wiscasset Speedway

The final weekend in August is widely known as the biggest racing weekend of the year in Maine. At Wiscasset Speedway, this weekend serves as a tune-up for one of their biggest races of the year – the Boss Hogg 150. Nearly 100 competitors rolled into the pit area on Saturday, anticipating a full night of exciting Group #1 racing action.

Matt Hirschman Wins Open Wheel Wednesday at Seekonk For A Fifth Time

SEEKONK, Mass. – Matt “Big Money” Hirschman lived up to his name once again on Wednesday night, June 29, capturing the top $10,000 prize and winning his fifth Open Wheel Wednesday title at Seekonk Speedway in Massachusetts. Competing in the third round of the Monaco Modified Tri-Track Series season, Hirschman passed Woody Pitkat for the lead on lap 31 and never looked back, rolling to his second Tri-Track win of the season in three series events.

Doug Coby Looks to Win Fifth Spring Sizzler at Stafford Speedway

MILFORD, Conn. – With $15,000 on the line in the 50th NAPA Spring Sizzler this weekend at Stafford Motor Speedway, Doug Coby would love to add another trophy in the prestigious event to his resume. Coby, a former track champion at the Connecticut half-mile early in his career – over 20 years ago – has four previous wins in the Spring Sizzler in 2006, 2012, 2016 and 2019. As the track gets ready to celebrate this special anniversary of the race, Coby is going to be a top contender to chase…

Eli Tomac Takes the Checkers in Seattle for Fifth Straight Supercross Win

Seattle, Wash., (March 27, 2022) Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha’s Eli Tomac racked up the win inside Lumen Field for his fifth straight Monster Energy AMA Supercross victory this season. The win in Seattle pulls Tomac into a tie for fourth place on the historic 450SX Class wins list.

Doug Coby Grabs Fifth Place Finish At Richmond Raceway

RICHMOND, Va. — In his return to Virginia two decades after graduating from the University of Richmond, Doug Coby grabbed a top-five finish at Richmond Raceway on Friday, September 10. Coby drove the No. 10 Mayhew Tools entry to a fifth-place finish in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Virginia is For Racing Lovers 150 after running inside the top-10 inside the final half of the race.

Corliss Set Mark with Fifth Late Model Win of Season on Jet Service Night

Barre, VT — Barre’s Jason Corliss made Thunder Road history by capturing his fifth Maplewood/Irving Oil Late Model win of the season at Jet Service Envelope/Accura Printing Night on Thursday, August 26. Corliss snatched the lead from Orange’s Chip Grenier with 14 laps to, then outlasted a charge by Montpelier’s Kyle Pembroke down the homestretch in front of one of the season’s largest crowds.

Doug Coby Looks For Fifth Career New Hampshire Motor Speedway Win In Whelen 100

MILFORD, Conn. — The last time the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour was on the track, Doug Coby drove the No. 10 Mayhew Tools machine into Victory Lane at Riverhead Raceway on Sunday, June 20. Now — nearly a month later — the Whelen Modified Tour will return to the track for the seventh race of the season — marking the halfway point in the 14-race schedule — and Coby and his closest challengers are headed to New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, July 17.