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16 Years Later, Sellers Savors Another National Title
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16 Years Later, Sellers Savors Another National Title

16 Years Later, Sellers Savors Another National Title

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Sixteen years. That’s how much time passed between Peyton Sellers’ first NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series national championship in 2005 and his second, which he secured last week.A lot has changed in 16 years. Sellers went from being a 21…
MARTINSVILLE NOTES: Hard Charger Jared Fryar
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MARTINSVILLE NOTES: Hard Charger Jared Fryar

MARTINSVILLE NOTES: Hard Charger Jared Fryar

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Jared Fryar went on an adventure during Saturday’s ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway.The defending CARS Late Model Stock Tour champion had to race his way into the 200-lap feature via one of four 25-lap heat races. He was in position…
Pembelton Stuns Field, Collects Martinsville Grandfather Clock
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Pembelton Stuns Field, Collects Martinsville Grandfather Clock

Pembelton Stuns Field, Collects Martinsville Grandfather Clock

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – A track that tends to lean in the favor of veterans chose a rookie Saturday night.Sixteen-year-old Landon Pembelton, making his debut at Martinsville Speedway after recently being named the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Southeast Region…
Bonsignore Clinches Title In Style
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Bonsignore Clinches Title In Style

Bonsignore Clinches Title In Style

STAFFORD SPRINGS, Conn. — Justin Bonsignore won Saturday night’s NAPA Auto Parts 150, the season finale for the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, at Stafford Motor Speedway.Anthony Nocella took the early race lead from pole position while Bonsignore slid from second at …
History, Prestige Surround ValleyStar Credit Union 300
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History, Prestige Surround ValleyStar Credit Union 300

History, Prestige Surround ValleyStar Credit Union 300

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — The ValleyStar Credit Union 300, scheduled for Saturday evening at Martinsville Speedway, has quietly become the most prestigious late model stock car race in the United States. This weekend more than 80 of the best late model stock car drivers …
Philip Morris Making Emotional Return To Racing
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Philip Morris Making Emotional Return To Racing

Philip Morris Making Emotional Return To Racing

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — It’s been nearly two years since Philip Morris climbed aboard a race car to compete, but that changes Saturday at Martinsville Speedway.Morris, a five-time NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series national champion and three-time winner of Martinsville…
Mechanical Gremlins Sideline Nasse At Martinsville
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Mechanical Gremlins Sideline Nasse At Martinsville

Mechanical Gremlins Sideline Nasse At Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Stephen Nasse stood by his late model stock car Friday afternoon at Martinsville Speedway, shook his head and said to one of his team members, “I don’t know.”Nasse had hoped to make his ValleyStar Credit Union 300 debut at the .525-mile track, but…
Silvestri Surprises With Martinsville Late Model Pole
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Silvestri Surprises With Martinsville Late Model Pole

Silvestri Surprises With Martinsville Late Model Pole

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Daniel Silvestri caught all the veterans off guard by capturing the pole for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 Friday night at Martinsville Speedway.Silvestri, who was scheduled to be the 75th driver to make a qualifying attempt, rocketed to the pole…
Veterans Hope To Conquer Martinsville Late Model Race
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Veterans Hope To Conquer Martinsville Late Model Race

Veterans Hope To Conquer Martinsville Late Model Race

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – When the best late model stock car drivers from across the country converge at Martinsville Speedway this weekend, fans can expect an intensely competitive field that will once again produce fireworks and surprises in the nation’s biggest, richest…
Gray Wins Again In Sin City
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Gray Wins Again In Sin City

Gray Wins Again In Sin City

LAS VEGAS — Taylor Gray failed.With the nose of his No. 17 Ford Performance Ford pinned against the outside wall at the start/finish line of The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the 16-year-old’s goal was to blow both of his rear General Tires in a lengthy victory…
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