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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.
Last fall Kyle Larson made his Martinsville Speedway debut. When the talented rookie returns this fall, he will be a part of the Green Flag Experience prior to the Goody’s® Headache Relief Shot® 500 on Oct. 26.
Wendell Scott called Martinsville Speedway his home track during a long NASCAR career, and for the family of the 2015 NASCAR Hall-of-Fame Inductee the last weekend in October will be a homecoming.
Can’t get to Martinsville Speedway during the week to buy tickets to the Goody’s® Headache Relief Shot® 500? Well, there is good news race fans.
Ryan Newman got a grand send-off into the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship Wednesday with a loud and enthusiastic pep rally at Martinsville High School as the Bulldogs treated him like one of their gridiron heroes.
Peyton Sellers has won just about everything there is to win in Late Model Stock Car racing. About the only thing missing from the 2005 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National Champion’s resume is a win at Martinsville Speedway.