Dyson Family Tradition Continues at Lime Rock Park this Memorial Day Weekend

LAKEVILLE, Conn. (25 May 2022) – A Dyson family holiday tradition continues this weekend (May 27-30) when the Trans Am Series presented by Pirelli headlines the Memorial Day Classic at Lime Rock Park.

Justin Stone Keeps Family Tradition Of Winning Alive And Well At Devil’s Bowl Speedway

West Haven, VT – Justin Stone had an eventful path to victory lane Saturday night at Devil’s Bowl, but when the checkered fell on the 30-lap Sportsman Modified feature event he kept victory lane celebrations a family affair. Other winners included Cody O’Brien (Limited Sportsman), Adam LaFountain (Rookie Sportsman), Gage Provencher (Mini Sprint), Mike Clark (Mini Stock), and Jim McKiernan (Super Stock).

Family Tradition, Dana Wray Set For Limited Late Model Debut at Stafford

(Stafford Springs, CT)—Following 2 seasons driving in the Monday night Wild Thing Kart Series Senior Outlaw division, third generation driver Dana Wray will join the 2022 Limited Late Model rookie class.  Wray will follow in the footsteps of her Grandfather David, Uncle Dave, and Uncle Mike, who began his Stafford career in the Limited Late Model division after beginning his racing career in the quarter midget and go kart ranks.

Rookie Cindric Reaps Traditional Rewards After Memorable DAYTONA 500 Triumph, Starts His New Tradition

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 21, 2022) – A day after placing his name in Daytona International Speedway’s record book with his first career NASCAR Cup Series triumph, rookie Austin Cindric was honored Monday during a “Champion’s Celebration” inside the track’s Ruoff Victory Lane. As is customary, there were plenty of special gifts awarded only to a DAYTONA 500 Champion and his team, but then out of nowhere, Cindric began his own tradition.

Coke Zero Sugar 400 Continues Tradition of Bill France, Sr.’s Vision of Racing at Daytona Beach, FL

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Aug. 12, 2021) – As the NASCAR Cup Series gets ready for its regular-season finale in the summertime classic Coke Zero Sugar 400 at iconic Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, Aug. 28 (7:00 p.m. ET), thoughts go back to the 1930s when racing really began in Daytona Beach, “The Birthplace of Speed.”