When you look at Darrell Waltrip’s stellar resume, the list goes on forever.
Editor’s note: Every week, our social media coordinator Lauren will pick the driver she thinks will end up in Victory Lane. Leave a comment below if you disagree!
I am going to call last week’s pick of the week a washout. Literally, with the rain and the changing track conditions it was a washout.
So far this season we’ve seen seven races and seven different winners. Will we see a new paint scheme in Victory Lane this weekend? At this rate that seems to be a sure thing.
Editor’s note: Every week, our social media coordinator Lauren will pick the driver she thinks will end up in Victory Lane.
Everything is bigger in Texas…or so they say, and that can only mean one thing when the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ rolls into Fort Worth this weekend.
It’s go big or go home.
In a wild finish to the checkered flag at Auto Club Speedway, rising star Kyle Larson outdrove a host of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regulars to clinch his first win in the Nationwide Series.
As the top rookie in 2013, Larson previously finished second in five races.
There's nothing better than to have your name on the front page on race weekend!
Thanks to Kevin Castle at the Bristol Herald Courier for this great feature that discusses Lionel Racing die-cast and how Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Daytona win has impacted our business.
Who says die-cast are just for race fans? After two crazy weeks at Daytona International Speedway for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™ kickoff we learned there are die-cast fans everywhere.
That’s right, everywhere.
A little piece of tape can sure cause a lot of ruckus.
The piece of debris that hitched itself to Dale Jr.'s grille and rode all the way to Daytona Victory Lane is helping make our Raced Win die-cast one hot commodity.
Short of a rhinoceros charging the field as the pack comes into the tri-oval, just about everything you can think of has happened during Daytona Speedweeks at some time or other.