photo by RPM 360

photo by RPM 360

Story by Chris Roy
Robby Gordon Douglas from Derry , NH will be back behind the wheel of the #27 car in the Pro Wraps Bandolero Series at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. “My plans are to run a full season at NHMS as well as visit Charlotte Motor Speedway for as many as 4 of the Summer Shootout Series races. I also plan to race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, hopefully Star Speedway. Also I will run my new truck in the Kid’s Truck division at White Mountain Motor Sports Park . Finally, I plan to run for wins.”

 

There is no off season when comes to racing, “I have been playing soccer for my school and a premier travel team for the town of Derry , practice different tracks on Iracing, and video games as well as visiting Maine Indoor Karting and working in the garage. I have been working towards my Eagle badge in Boy Scouts; at this point I am a Life scout. Also, I have been preparing to become a freshman at Pinkerton High School. I have also been working on my Second Degree Black belt in Kempo karate that I will receive in the fall.”

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Sprint Cup Series Champion Kevin Harvick discussed the plan to defend his title during the Stewart-Haas Racing portion of the Charlotte Motor Speedway Media Tour presented by Technocom on Tuesday.

On a special day for our military like today, we wanted to share a video we made of the Afghanistan Memory Wall this past July during our NASCAR weekend. Thank you to all those who have served and their families!

flkasflafINDIANAPOLIS, Monday, Nov. 10, 2014 — Hulman & Company Chief Executive Officer Mark Miles announced today that Cindy Lucchese has joined the company as chief administrative officer and chief financial officer.

Lucchese will be responsible for the company’s administrative functions, which include financial services, information technology and human resources, and will lead the firm’s strategic planning function. She will report directly to Miles and serve on the company’s executive leadership team.

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f43Eddie MacDonald wanted a fourth victory in the six events held at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the Bond ACT Invitational but a skipping engine throughout the race produced a third place finish in the 43 car field that was halted at lap 44 due to darkness. The problem is nothing new to the team and despite their best efforts to solve the problem at the shop and on the dyno, the gremlin persisted.

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