Thursday, September 29, 2016

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House

If you are not following Joe Gibb’s Racing and/or NASCAR on Snapchat, you are missing out on some great insider coverage. Yesterday both accounts followed reigning #NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion, Kyle Busch and entourage as they visited the White House and met with President Obama.

It's a tradition for championship teams to get an appearance at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., and Busch brought along the men of Joe Gibbs Racing's No. 18 team who helped him win the 2015 Sprint Cup Championship last November.

"I think there were some people who thought we were going to see a Bush back here in the White House this year, but they didn't know it was going to be Kyle," Obama joked.

President Barack Obama smiled as he honored the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing team during a ceremony at the White House. In addition to remarking that he wanted to take Busch's race car for a drive, Obama also pointed out how Busch has a similar surname to someone who many thought would win the 2016 U.S. presidential election.


On Snapchat Kyle Busch reported, “So we just got finished up with the President here, at the White House, in Washington DC, Pretty Cool really neat to have him honor us for the championship last year, myself and the whole team, it was pretty awesome. He even made an M&M joke in there I think, cool opportunity here, I am standing in an oval room, I wouldn’t say it was the Oval Office . . . but you notice I am turning left . . . just kind of what we do, neat opportunity here today and I am looking forward to being able to doing sometime soon. Next time if we get the chance to come back here it will be with someone different . . . So Thanks President Obama and see you later”

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Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR

Snap - There is a Busch in the White House #NASCAR










Complete Weekend #NASCAR Schedule

Complete Weekend #NASCAR Schedule
The NASCAR Sprint Cup, XFINITY Series and K&N Pro Series East will gather for a showing at Dover International Speedway this weekend. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Schedule for Dover International Speedway 

 

#NASCAR Schedule for Dover International Speedway

 

Friday, Sept. 30

8 a.m. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Practice
9:10 a.m. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Final Practice
10 a.m. Grandstand Gates Open
10 a.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Practice
11:30 a.m. NASCAR XFINITY Series Practice
12:35 p.m. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Qualifying
1:30 p.m. NASCAR XFINITY Series Final Practice
3:40 p.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Qualifying
4:45 p.m. NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Driver Introductions
5 p.m. Start of NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Race

Saturday, Oct. 1

10 a.m. Grandstand Gates Open
10:30 a.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Practice
11:45 a.m. NASCAR XFINITY Series Qualifying
1:30 p.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Final Practice
2:30 p.m. NASCAR XFINITY Series Driver Introductions
3 p.m. Start of “Drive Sober 200” presented by the Delaware Office of Highway Safety NASCAR XFINITY Series Race

Sunday, Oct. 2

10 a.m. Grandstand Gates Open
1:30 p.m. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Driver Introductions
2 p.m. Start of “Citizen Soldier 400” NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race


Schedule for Las Vegas Motor Speedway

 

#NASCAR Schedule for Las Vegas Motor Speedway

 

Saturday, Oct. 1

Ticket gate C and Neon Garage open at 8:30 a.m.
Ticket gates A, B, D, E, Blackjack Club, VIP suites open at 3 p.m.
8:30 a.m.--Ticket Gate C and Neon Garage open, Neon Garage open to all guests
8-10 a.m.--Show & Shine load-in
8:30-9:30 a.m.--DC Solar 350 practice
10-11 a.m.--DC Solar 350 final practice
10 a.m.-3 p.m.--350 Fest Pre–Race Festival (Fan Engagement Area)
10 a.m.-3 p.m.--Second Annual Show & Shine car show (Fan Engagement Area)
10 a.m.–2 p.m.--Show & Shine judging
Noon-3 p.m.--Minors permitted in garage area
12:30–1:30 p.m.--DC Solar 350 Driver Autograph Session (Fan Engagement Area)
1:30 p.m.-2 p.m.--NASCAR pace vehicle rides
2:30 p.m.--Driver meeting in Media Center
3 p.m.--Ticket gates A, B, D, E, Blackjack Club and Neon Garage open
3-4 p.m.--Show & Shine Awards
3:10 p.m.--DC Solar 350 qualifying (single vehicle/two rounds)
5 p.m.--Driver introductions
5:30 p.m.--DC Solar 350 (146 laps, 219 miles)
Fireworks show immediately after event
8 p.m.--Neon Garage closes

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

My #NASCAR Experience at Richmond International Raceway

My #NASCAR Experience at Richmond International Raceway Guest Post by Myers Racing Photography


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* Richmond International Raceway 3/4 mile D – Shaped Asphalt Track with a Capacity of 71,00 located in Richmond VA *

Hello guys sorry it took me a while to get this posted but do I have a Wonderful Blog for you. As y’all may know on September 10th 2016 I attended my first Nascar race ever and this blog is to tell you about the experience I had while I was there lets just say it was pretty much the best day of my life LOL I am not kidding it is one of the coolest things I have ever gotten to do so let me tell you about one of the best days of my life.

I had been given two hot passes for this race which gave me access to pits & garage area and I had no idea what to expect I was so nervous knowing I was going to be around the some of the coolest people in Nascar including Drivers, Reporters etc. in the top series of Nascar.

Saturday Morning Sept 10th, 2016

Saturday morning we all woke up @6:00am as soon as I wake up I feel all nausea and absolutely did not feel good at this point I thought let me get up and moving and it will go away but that was the problem this feeling didn’t go away at that point I realized it was my nerves getting the best of me. I could barely move without feeling like I wanted to throw up. I slowly sipped on a bottle of water and put in piece of mint gum to try to ease the neusea feeling it helped just enough for me to get ready and headed toward the track. Before we headed to the track we stopped by Starbucks for some coffee and I couldn’t even drink that I think I took one sip and I threw it away once we got to the track, that’s how nervous I was. Once we got to the track and got parked and we got out and we used the restroom did that nervous feeling start to go way.

Pulling up to the Track was so exciting for me It was so hard to believe that I was finally there I was pretty much one of they happiest girls on earth at the moment but at that point I had no idea what was in store for the rest of the day. We started out on the Aventure of finding the Nascar credentials trailer to get our Hot passes. After being confused we asked for help and the wonderful Guest Services at RIR took us to where we needed to be once we got there we had to fill out amd sign a form for registration to get the hot passes. Once we got everything filled out and was ready to go we found out that we couldn’t get our passes untill 12:30 but the ended up opening earlier because there were a lot of people waiting. As we were standing in line the realization started to kick in that this was happening and it was the most awesome feeling to be standing in line at the Nascar Trailer waiting to get hot passes.

Saturday Afternoon September 10th , 2016

After we got out Hot passes we wandered around the midway and checked out the huge fanatics Tent and then got some lunch waiting on the track to open. After lunch we met up with on of my Nascar Friends from online and then Headed Down to Grid Side Live where different drivers made appearance in front of the fans down on the track wich was pretty awesome to be standing on the Racetrack. As we headed in they handed us Nascar Sprint Cup Sweat Towel man did I need that because it was super hot out.

After hanging down on the track for Grid Side Live my Nascar Friend took us down to Pit road and Garage area as he has had this access before and so he gave us a tour of Pit road. We then eventually ended up at the hauler of Jeffrey Earnhardt and the GoFas Racing Team. Where we met the owner of GoFas Racing son Mason St. Hilaire. We than just stood outside of the Hauler for a bit and when I wasn’t paying attention Jeffrey came out behind me for me to turn around and see him I was like holy crap I am so nervous and he said why you so nervous LOL. In my head I was like because you are Jeffrey Earnhardt that’s why and I was nervous to meet someone I admire so much. I am a fan I will always be there to support him each week no matter what team he is with or how he does in each races, plus he kind a gots me also because he is pretty darn good-looking to but that is such a bonus. I am glad that I can be there to watch him succeed and grow its good to see that for a person who has so much passion for the sport and I can’t wait for the day when he is getting top 10 finishes or even winning races that will be a day I will never forget. I also got to meet Teresa and Tom Keen which if it wasn’t for them I would have never had this experience and words can’t describe how thankful I am for they opportunity they gave me. They are a Sponser of Jeffreys and own a Company called Keen Parts you should defiantly check them out they are great people and I am glad to know them and have them as friends.

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Saturday Evening September 10th, 2016

Other than meeting the person I admire the most Jeffrey Earnhardt which he got a lot of Good Luck hugs LOL I am not kidding he did. There were some other amazing things that happened. I got the honr of standing with the crew on pit road at the car before the race started. At that the point I thought that we were going to have to leave and go back behind the pit wall but that wasn’t the case we go to stand on Pit Road for the Pre- Race ceremonies. All of a sudden I heard line up and I was like holy crap what is happening so I got in line then one of the crew members shouted you can stand by Jeffrey so I did and man was my heart pounding. This was so exciting standing next to Jeffrey and his crew during the Pre – Race Cermonies it was such an awesome experience.

After Pre – Race Cermonies we headed back to the pit box because that’s where we planned on staying for the race, we got there and we were told that we can sit in the Pit Box for the race man was this an awesome experiance. They had scanners so we could listen to Wally Rogers the Crew Chief talk to Jeffrey during the Race.Man was it aweome watching the first round of pit stops exciting.We has the best view coming from the person who has only seen a pit stop on TV. At one point during the race I felt someone tap me on the shoulder it was one of the Crew Members he had handed me some Lugnuts of Jeffreys car. So I had the experiance of a life time and trust me I could probably go on and on but I think this is a good stopping point.

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There is one last thing I want to tell you. after the race was over we headed back to Jeffreys Hauler to Congratulate him you wanna know why because he hand gotten his Career Best finish in the Nascar Sprint Cup Series P27 and he had led the first two laps under the first caution when I found that out I knew before I left I had to congratulate him I even got hug and I said I knew I was a good Luck Charm and it looks like all those good luck hugs paid off.

P.S I would like to Thank everyone who made this Possible it was a dream come true and I am so fortunate to know such great people and I can’t thank you all enough for giving me this opportunity hopefully I can come hangout with you guys again and Thank You So Much for not only being my friend but being part of my Nascar & racing Family !!!

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award The NASCAR Foundation hosted its first-ever Honors Gala at the Marriott Marquis in New York City Sept. 27 to unveil the winner of its signature Betty France Humanitarian Award Presented by Nationwide. The inaugural event raised $1.6 million to benefit hospitalized children across the country through the Speediatrics Children’s Fund. The Gala was hosted by Krista Voda of NBC Sports.

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR


This sixth annual 'Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award presented by Nationwide' was awarded to Andy Hoffman, Founder of Team Jack Foundation. Hoffman, who will receive a $100,000 donation from The NASCAR Foundation, started the Team Jack Foundation after his son developed pediatric brain cancer.  He has raised $3 million to help eradicate the disease since 2011. *


Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award finalists Logan Houptley, Jim Giaccone, Parker White and Andy Hoffman attend First Annual NASCAR Foundation Honors Gala on September 27, 2016 in New York City. *
Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Singer Sara Bareilles performs onstage during First Annual NASCAR Foundation Honors Gala 
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Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Vice chairman of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing Mike Helton, NASCAR Driver Rusty Wallace, Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award finalist Logan Huptley and President and Chief Executive Officer of Jon Hall Automotive Group Glenn Ritchey attend First Annual NASCAR Foundation Honors Gala.*

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

NASCAR Driver Jimmie Johnson speaks onstage.**

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

NASCAR drivers Julia Landauer (L) and Danica Patrick.*

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

NASCAR driver Martin Truex Jr. speaks onstage.*** 

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Vice chairman of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing Mike Helton, Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award finalist Parker White and Chief Executive Officer of Jon Hall Automotive Group Glenn Ritchey. *

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Vice chairman of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing Mike Helton, Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award winner Andy Hoffman and President and Chief Executive Officer of Jon Hall Automotive Group Glenn Ritchey.  *

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award winner Andy Hoffman (L) and Sportscaster Krista Voda. ***

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Board vice chairperson, NASCAR Jennifer Bates (L) and NASCAR driver Ben Kennedy speak onstage during First Annual NASCAR Foundation Honors Gala on September 27, 2016 in New York City. **

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

(L-R) Ty Dillon, Richard Petty, and Austin Dillon **

Andy Hoffman #Wins Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award - #NASCAR

Jennifer Bates, Lesa France Kennedy, Andy Hoffman, Amy France, Brian France, and Ben Kennedy pose with award onstage during First Annual NASCAR Foundation Honors Gala on September 27, 2016 in New York City. ***


The following NASCAR champions and stars in attendance were: 
  • six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Jimmie Johnson, 
  • seven-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion and NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, 
  • reigning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Kyle Busch, 
  • NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion and NASCAR Hall of Famer Rusty Wallace, 
  • two-time NASCAR XFINITY Series Champions Martin Truex Jr., 
  • two-time NASCAR XFINITY Series Champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr., 
  • NASCAR Camping World Truck and XFINITY Series Champion Austin Dillon 
  • Ray Black Jr., 
  • Ryan Blaney, 
  • Alex Bowman, 
  • Ty Dillon, 
  • Kasey Kahne, 
  • Ben Kennedy, 
  • Julia Landauer, 
  • Kyle Larson, 
  • Danica Patrick, 
  • Eddie Wood,
  • Len Wood.
*Photo by Mike Stobe/NASCAR via Getty Images
**Photo by Bennett Raglin/NASCAR via Getty Images
***Bryan Bedder/NASCAR via Getty Images

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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Todd Gilliland Wins #6 At Meridian Speedway

Todd Gilliland Wins #6 At Meridian Speedway Todd Gilliland grabbed the lead in a wild green-white-checkered finish to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West NAPA AUTO PARTS Idaho 208 at Meridian Speedway on Saturday.

Todd Gilliland (Gene Sweeney Jr./#NASCAR via Getty Images )
Todd Gilliland (Gene Sweeney Jr./#NASCAR via Getty Images )
It marked the sixth win this season by the 16-year-old series rookie from Sherrills Ford, North Carolina – who drives the No. 16 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry for Bill McAnally Racing.

With the victory, Gilliland extended his lead in the championship standings to 25 points – with one race left to decide the title. The 2016 schedule features fourteen races at thirteen different tracks across eight states.

Todd also clinched the Rookie of the Year Award. The rookie, who is part of the NASCAR Next program that spotlights NASCAR’s rising stars, has six wins, eleven top-five, and twelve top-10 finishes in thirteen starts this season.

Gilliland was followed across the finish line by his BMR teammate Julia Landauer, who notched a career-best second-place finish in the series. NASCAR Next alumna Nicole Behar finished third, while Cole Rouse and Gracin Raz rounded out the top five.

The NAPA AUTO PARTS Idaho 208 will be televised on NBCSN on September 30 at 12:30 p.m. ET.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will wrap up its 2016 season with the Toyota / NAPA AUTO PARTS 150 presented by TriCo Welding Supplies at All American Speedway in Roseville, California on October Fifteenth.

Gilliland led a total of 31 laps en route to his victory at Meridian Speedway in the NAPA Auto Parts/Idaho 208. (Otto Kitsinger/#NASCAR via Getty Images)
Gilliland led a total of 31 laps en route to his victory at Meridian Speedway in
the NAPA Auto Parts/Idaho 208. (Otto Kitsinger/#NASCAR via Getty Images)

RACE STATISTICS

Fastest Qualifier: Ryan Partridge, Time: 13.043 Seconds, Speed: 69.003 mph

Time of Race: 1 hrs., 28 mins, 9 secs Average Speed: 36.756 mph Margin of Victory: 1.00 Seconds

Caution Flags: Laps 37-43 (19 Spun T 2 -- #84 Free Pass); 46-50 (08 Spun on Back -- #42 Free Pass); 53-59 (39 Spun T 3&4 -- #06 Free Pass); 68-71 (30 & 39 Spun T 4 -- #38 Free Pass); 83-88 (42 Spun T4 -- #08 Free Pass); 112-118 (19 & 36 Spun T 1 -- #38 Free Pass); 123-133 (6 Spun T 2 -- #14 Free Pass); 138-149 (19 in wall between T 1&2 -- # 6 Fr Pass); 157-162 (06 Spun T 4 -- #7 Free Pass); 182-189 (14 Spun T 4 -- #38 Free Pass); 194-200 (21 & 07 Spun T 1 & 2 -- #14 Free Pass); 203-213 (50,42,06,39 &14 Acc. T1&2 -- #30 FP); 216 (9 Spun T 4 --- No Free Pass). 13 for 92 laps.

Lap Leaders: Ryan Partridge 1-60, Chris Eggleston 61-72, Ryan Partridge 73-134, Todd Gilliland * 135-163, Ryan Partridge 164-214, Todd Gilliland * 215-216.

Total Laps Led: Ryan Partridge 173, Todd Gilliland * 31, Chris Eggleston 12. 5 changes involving 3 drivers.

Top 10 Driver Points: Todd Gilliland * 558, Ryan Partridge 533, Noah Gragson 512, Gracin Raz 498, Julia Landauer * 487, Riley Herbst * 478, Chris Eggleston 475, Cole Rouse * 471, Blaine Perkins * 440, Jesse Iwuji * 376

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Friday, September 23, 2016

Complete #NASCAR Schedule for Kentucky Speedway

Complete #NASCAR Schedule for Kentucky Speedway

NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS)
ARCA Racing Series Presented By Menards


Complete #NASCAR Schedule for Kentucky Speedway

Event Schedule

Friday, September 23

  • 8:00 AM 7:00 PM ARCA Registration Open
  • 8:30 AM ARCA Remaining Haulers Enter & Garage Opens
  • 11:00 AM NXS Haulers Enter
  • 11:00 AM Track Services Meeting (Blue Grass Hall)
  • 11:00 AM ARCA Rookie Meeting
  • 11:30 AM ARCA Driver / Spotter Meeting & Drawing For Qualifying Order
  • 12:00 PM 7:00 PM NXS Registration Open
  • 12:00 PM 12:15 PM ARCA Rookie Ride
  • 12:30 PM 8:30 PM NXS Garage Open
  • 12:30 PM 2:00 PM ARCA Final Practice
  • 2:00 PM 2:30 PM Pace Vehicle Calibration
  • 2:30 PM 3:00 PM NASCAR Media Rides
  • 2:30 PM NXS Rookie Meeting, Spotter Meeting, & Random Drawing
  • 3:30 PM 4:25 PM NXS 1st Practice
  • 4:40 PM ARCA Qualifying (Two Laps, All Positions)
  • 6:00 PM Track Services Meeting (Pit Road)
  • 6:00 PM 7:25 PM NXS Final Practice
  • 7:40 PM ARCA Driver Introductions
  • 8:00 PM ARCA Race (100 Laps, 150 Miles)

Saturday, September 24

  • 11:00 AM 8:30 PM NXS Registration Open
  • 11:00 AM NXS Garage Opens
  • 11:30 AM 6:30 PM NXS Minors Permitted In The Garage Area*
  • 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Pace Vehicle Rides (Speedway Children's Charities)
  • 1:30 PM 2:00 PM Pace Vehicle Rides (Kentucky Speedway)
  • 2:30 PM 3:00 PM NASCAR Pace Vehicle Rides
  • 3:30 PM Track Services Meeting (Blue Grass Hall)
  • 4:45 PM NXS Qualifying (Multi-Vehicle / Three Rounds)
  • 6:15 PM NXS Driver / Crew Chief Meeting (Blue Grass Hall)
  • 7:30 PM NXS Driver Introductions
  • 8:00 PM NXS Race (200 Laps, 300 Miles)

All Times Are Listed In Local / Eastern Standard Time

*With Proper Credentials

Complete #NASCAR Schedule for New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Complete #NASCAR Schedule for New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour
American Canadian Tour


Complete #NASCAR Schedule for New Hampshire Motor Speedway

EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday, September 23

  • 5:30 AM 4:00 PM NWMT Registration Open
  • 5:30 AM NWMT Remaining Haulers Enter
  • 6:00 AM 4:00 PM NWMT Garage Open
  • 6:15 AM NWMT Crew Chief Meeting (Series Inspection Trailer)
  • 8:00 AM 5:00 PM NSCS Registration Open
  • 8:15 AM 8:45 AM Pace Vehicle Calibration
  • 8:30 AM Track Services Meeting
  • 8:30 AM 6:30 PM NSCS Garage Open
  • 9:00 AM NWMT Rookie Meeting, Spotter Meeting, & Random Drawing
  • 10:00 AM 5:00 PM NCWTS Registration Open
  • 10:00 AM 11:20 AM NWMT Final Practice
  • 10:30 AM NSCS Rookie Meeting, Spotter Meeting, & Random Drawing
  • 10:30 AM 6:30 PM NCWTS Garage Opens
  • 11:00 AM 1:30 PM NSCS ** Hot Pass In Effect **
  • 11:30 AM 12:55 PM NSCS 1st Practice
  • 12:30 PM NCWTS Rookie Meeting, Spotter Meeting, & Random Drawing
  • 1:30 PM 2:25 PM NCWTS 1st Practice
  • 2:30 PM NWMT Qualifying (Two Laps, All Positions)
  • 3:30 PM 4:25 PM NCWTS Final Practice
  • 4:15 PM 6:15 PM NSCS ** Hot Pass In Effect **
  • 4:45 PM NSCS Qualifying (Multi-Vehicle / Three Rounds)
  • 7:00 PM Approx. Act Haulers Enter

Saturday, September 24

  • 6:30 AM Track Services Meeting
  • 7:00 AM 1:30 PM NCWTS Registration Open
  • 7:00 AM NCWTS Garage Opens
  • 7:00 AM 11:30 AM NCWTS Minors Permitted In The Garage Area*
  • 7:00 AM 3:00 PM NSCS Registration Open
  • 7:00 AM 3:30 PM NSCS Garage Opens
  • 8:00 AM 8:50 AM Act Final Practice
  • 8:30 AM 1:00 PM NSCS ** Hot Pass In Effect **
  • 9:00 AM 9:55 AM NSCS 2nd Practice
  • 10:10 AM NCWTS Qualifying (Multi-Vehicle / Three Rounds)
  • 10:30 AM NWMT Registration Open & Garage Opens
  • 11:00 AM 11:30 AM TV Television Exhibition Runs
  • 11:00 AM Track Services Meeting (Pit Road)
  • 11:20 AM NCWTS Driver / Crew Chief Meeting
  • 11:30 AM 12:20 PM NSCS Final Practice
  • 12:30 PM NCWTS Driver Introductions
  • 12:30 PM NWMT Driver / Crew Chief Meeting
  • 1:00 PM NCWTS Race (175 Laps, 185.15 Miles)
  • 3:15 PM NWMT Driver Introductions
  • 3:30 PM NWMT Race (100 Laps, 105.8 Miles)
  • 4:45 PM Approx. Act Driver Introductions
  • 5:00 PM Approx. ACT Race (50 Laps, 52.9 Miles)

Sunday, September 25

  • 8:00 AM 2:30 PM NSCS Registration Open
  • 8:00 AM NSCS Garage Opens
  • 8:00 AM 12:30 PM NSCS Minors Permitted In The Garage Area*
  • 8:40 AM 9:40 AM NASCAR Pace Vehicle Rides
  • 11:00 AM 11:45 AM Concert
  • 11:00 AM Track Services Meeting
  • 12:00 PM NSCS Driver / Crew Chief Meeting
  • 1:00 PM 6:00 PM NSCS Pass In Effect **
  • 1:30 PM NSCS Driver Introductions
  • 2:00 PM NSCS Race (300 Laps, 317.4 Miles)

All Times Are Listed In Local / Eastern Standard Time
*With Proper Credentials