The Monster Energy NASCAR Series Invade The Kentucky Speedway For The Quaker State 400
As a young man, I grew up around cars and racing. When you’re poor, you have to learn a few ways to turn a wrench, if for no other reason than survival. Having family and neighbors that raced on the dirt tracks of Eastern Kentucky certainly made me pay attention to the NASCAR series or as it was more often referred to then, the Winston Cup. I guess I’m showing my age here, but the point is simple, racing is in my blood, so it only made sense to cover the race held right here in our great Commonwealth. After a Friday night rain-out of the Xfinity Series, Saturday became…
Kyle Busch Takes The Pole For The Quaker State 400 At Kentucky Speedway
Congratulations to Kyle Busch and Joe Gibbs Racing who piloted the number 18 Toyota Camry to the pole at the Kentucky Speedway. We will have full coverage of the Monster Energy NASCAR race from the Kentucky Speedway. Stay tuned for some great photos and a recap of our experience. For now, here’s the starting order of the Quaker State 400. *() Denotes current standing in the points race. 1. 18 – Kyle Busch – Toyota (3) 2. 78 – Martin Truex, Jr. – Toyota (2) 3. 20 – Matt Kenseth – Toyota (11) 4. 1 – Jamie McMurray – Chevy (8) 5. 11 – Denny Hamlin – Toyota (9) 6.…
Stewart Beats the Boss at Lawrenceburg Speedway
Recap originally posted here. LAWRENCEBURG, IN. — May 29, 2017 — In an action-packed 35-lap Feature at the Lawrenceburg Speedway, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standout and Larson Marks Racing team owner, Kyle Larson used a line that no one dared to run, enabling him to the lead with over 10-laps remaining. A mistake in traffic by Larson allowed his driver, Shane Stewart to get back by his Boss in lap-traffic for his second World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series win of the 2017 season at Lawrenceburg Speedway.
Highlights From The Final Carl Casper Auto Show In Louisville, KY
The Carl Casper Custom Auto Show has been a tradition in Louisville, KY. In fact, this year’s edition was their 55th anniversary. The format was always the same. If it’s custom, cool, famous or beautiful…it’s welcome. And let me just say, they came in droves. This show was PACKED full of some of the most beautiful vehicles that my eyes have ever seen. This year the Kentucky Fair & Expo Center held the final gigantic show. With an eclectic array of cars covered most of the Expo Center, as well as hosting the Low Rider Hopping Nationals inside of Freedom Hall. Fan highlights this year included several movie cars