Richmond Raceway to undergo $30 million renovation
Richmond Raceway announces it will be changing its name and undergoing a $30 million renovation called 'Richmond Raceway Reimagined.'
Richmond puts fans first with new 'Richmond Raceway Reimagined' project
Richmond Raceway announced on Tuesday that the track will undergo a $30 million renovation of its infield giving fans unprecedented access to their favorite drivers in a project called "Richmond Raceway Reimagined."
Take a lap around Sonoma Raceway
Denny Hamlin, driver of the No. 11 FedEx Toyota, takes you on a lap around Sonoma Raceway prior to Sunday's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race.
On the road again: Recapping Sonoma Raceway
NASCAR.com's Kim Coon recaps the weekend that was at Sonoma Raceway .
Keselowski swipes XFINITY Series win at Pocono Raceway
Brad Keselowski took the Pocono Green 250 checkered flag at Pocono Raceway after making a last-lap pass of Kyle Larson, opening the way for Justin Allgaier to finish second.
Recap: Harvick gets first win of the season at Sonoma Raceway
Kevin Harvick tamed the twists and turns of Sonoma Raceway to come out victorious in the Toyota Save Mart 350
The Starting Grid: Racing at Richmond International Raceway
NASCAR.com's Jonathan Merryman breaks down Richmond International Raceway for Sunday's Toyota Owners 400.
Drivers, teams react to big Phoenix Raceway news
Phoenix Raceway , along with parent company International Speedway Corporation, announced on Monday a massive, $178 million modernization project designed to make the fan and race experience even better. The project is set to debut in the fall of 2018, but drivers, teams and other tracks were already talking about it. Here's what was said on social media. Interesting changes. Hoping for a little extra elbow room in that Cup garage. https://t.co/HHjnS2nUhT — Dale Earnhardt Jr . (@DaleJr) January 30, 2017 https://t.co/WJN2nVm4er — Roush Fenway Racing (@roushfenway) January 30, 2017 Huge announcement from @PhoenixRaceway ! https://t.co/Jsstu1XoV6 — Watkins Glen Int'l (@WGI) January 30, 2017 This is awesome! https://t.co/oFHxnqADrh — Auto Club Speedway (@ACSupdates) January 30, 2017 Super Excited for @PhoenixRaceway Can't Wait to See Those Checkered Flags in the Desert!!! https://t.co/Qc577OOZLf — Martinsville Spdway (@MartinsvilleSwy) January 30, 2017 https://t.co/jBiS1ZdTBN — Richmond Raceway (@RIRInsider) January 30, 2017 There are major upgrades coming to @PhoenixRaceway in the next 2 yrs! The S/F line will also be repositioned. #PhoenixRacewayProject https://t.co/pvUMdERdHK — Red Horse Racing (@RedHorseRacing) January 30, 2017 We're loving this @PhoenixRaceway ! #PhoenixRacewayProject https://t.co/ItYd7jvxXJ — Darlington Raceway (@TooToughToTame) January 30, 2017 #NASCAR Vice Chairman Mike Helton: "We're very honored to be a part of this and are excited about what it holds." #PhoenixRacewayProject — Phoenix Raceway (@PhoenixRaceway) January 30, 2017 . @joeylogano On The New Start/Finish Line: Turn 3 will get very interesting...You'll see a lot of slide jobs + excitement on the racetrack! — Phoenix Raceway (@PhoenixRaceway) January 30, 2017 Lots of changes coming at PIR! Check 'em out: https://t.co/nptsujOCDs : @PhoenixRaceway pic.twitter.com/BGEwZyeT9v — Furniture Row Racing (@FRRacingTeam) January 30, 2017 We're beyond excited for the changes that are coming to @PhoenixRaceway ! #PhoenixRacewayProject https://t.co/StUAopGVOI — Toyota Racing (@ToyotaRacing) January 30, 2017 . @Daniel_SuarezG "The big investment will be amazing for the fans...They will get to interact more with the drivers." #PhoenixRacewayProject — Phoenix Raceway (@PhoenixRaceway) January 30, 2017 Have you seen these newly announced changes coming to @PhoenixRaceway ? Looks awesome!! #NASCAR https://t.co/zyfrl3bBfS — LeavineFamilyRacing (@LFR95) January 30, 2017 "Phoenix has been a great place for me with amazing fans; this investment by @PhoenixRaceway is going to be great for the fans!" pic.twitter.com/W6HW3mEiJl — Daniel Suárez (@Daniel_SuarezG) January 30, 2017 Class photo with everyone in attendance at today's announcement. @PhoenixRaceway pic.twitter.com/8T2cahqe8I — Daniel Suárez (@Daniel_SuarezG) January 30, 2017 Big news from our friends @DCSolar and @PhoenixRaceway ! See below #PhoenixRacewayProject https://t.co/BLHWGSMe3c — Chip Ganassi Racing (@CGRTeams) January 30, 2017
Pocono Raceway adds more SAFER barrier
BUY TICKETS: See the races at Pocono Pocono Raceway officials have announced the completion of a project that has added more than 5,000 feet of Steel and Foam Energy Resistant (SAFER) barrier around the 2.5-mile track. The barrier was put in place along the 3,740-foot frontstretch as well as areas between Turns 2 and 3, according to a track release. In addition, each of the track's three crossover gates have been upgraded and now consist of SAFER materials. The upgrade comes one year after officials installed more than 6,000 feet of SAFER barrier around the track and brings the total to more than 23,000 feet for the facility. Pocono Raceway has hosted Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races annually since 1974. The track will host two race weekends for the series this season, the Pocono 400 on June 11 and the Pennsylvania 400 on July 30. The 2.5-mile venue also hosts a NASCAR XFINITY Series race in June and a NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race as part of its July race weekend. RELATED: Pocono to hold qualifying, race on same day for July event It is the only track hosting the series that features three turns, hence the facility's "Tricky Triangle" nickname. Kurt Busch won last year's June event while Chris Buescher scored his first career win in the series second stop last August.
Phoenix Raceway unveils details for $178 million modernization project
MORE: Buy tickets for the March race RELATED: Fast facts on Phoenix project PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Officials with International Speedway Corp., and Phoenix Raceway jointly announced plans for a $178 million facelift for the 1-mile facility on Monday that focuses on improving the fan experience while also including a competition twist that will see the relocation of the track’s start/finish line. The facility, located in Avondale, Arizona, annually hosts two NASCAR race weekends, and has hosted what is now the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series since 1988. The track's first 2017 race weekend is scheduled for March 17-19 and will feature the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as well as the NASCAR XFINITY Series .
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