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Two of the favorites for Sunday’s MDCU 300 at Martinsville Speedway proved exactly why they have been cast in that role during qualifying for the most prestigious NASCAR Late Model Stock Car race in the nation.
The pits were quiet at Martinsville Speedway Friday, but that silence will end Saturday when more than 80 NASCAR Late Model Stock Car drivers begin their quest for a victory in the MDCU 300.
Even though most Late Model Stock Car drivers spend their summer nights getting ready for the racing at their home tracks, Martinsville Speedway is always on their minds.
Kasey Kahne is familiar with the curbs in the turns at Martinsville Speedway. He’s raced around them, and sometimes over them, for a decade.
When it comes to partying Martinsville Speedway knows how to get down. The historic half-mile track is excited to bring back Party in the Plaza presented by DRP™ Performance Products, this time as an addition to the MDCU 300 race weekend Oct. 4.
The MDCU 300 at Martinsville Speedway has been called a lot of things. “The Super Bowl of short-track racing,” 2005 Whelen All-American Series National Champion Peyton Sellers said.
As the defending champion of the biggest NASCAR Late Model Stock race in the nation, the only pressure Tommy Lemons Jr. felt Wednesday came from within.
Like fast cars, fast airplanes are a vital part of Jamie McMurray’s life.
When it comes to the MDCU 300 Lee Pulliam and Derrick Lancaster are at opposite ends of the racing spectrum.