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William Byron wins at Iowa Speedway
No. 9 William Byron wins the American Ethanol E15 250 presented by Enogen at Iowa Speedway .
Benjamin gets loose and spins out in Iowa
Kyle Benjamin spins out and clashes with Ty Majeski at Iowa Speedway , bringing out the fourth caution of the night.
Crafton makes heavy contact with wall in Iowa
Matt Crafton's streak of top-10 finishes at Iowa Speedway comes to an end as he takes a hard hit into the wall in the closing laps of the Camping World Truck Series race.
Hornish hits wall hard at Iowa , exits early
Sam Hornish Jr. spins and hits the wall in Stage 2 of the NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Iowa Speedway .
Tire fire for Majeski in Iowa
In his second accident of the evening, Ty Majeski's tire catches fire on pit road during the final stage at Iowa Speedway .
Chastain nabs career-best finish at Iowa
Ross Chastain discusses his fourth-place finish at Iowa Speedway , his best result in the XFINITY Series.
Nemechek emerges from late-race drama to win at Iowa
John Hunter Nemechek wins his second race in a row as he conquers the late-race restart and earns a trip to Victory Lane at Iowa Speedway .
Trackside Live: Sonoma
Kyle Larson, Boris Said and Alon Day join NASCAR Trackside Live in Sonoma.
Iowa Speedway , The NASCAR Foundation, announce race entitlement sponsorship
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA . -- Iowa Speedway and The NASCAR Foundation today announced a race entitlement sponsorship to honor the Foundation’s 10 Years of Giving and to help children coping with illness or injury in Iowa and across the country. The June 18 Camping World Truck Series Race in Iowa will be named The Speediatrics 200. This marks the first-ever entitlement sponsorship for Speediatrics, The NASCAR Foundation's program that provides support to hospitals, specialty clinics, camps and other organizations offering children’s medical and health care services. "Over the past few years, we have worked closely with The NASCAR Foundation through Iowa Speedway Cares, a program supporting our local community with an emphasis on youth health and education," said Iowa Speedway President Jimmy Small. "The race entitlement takes our relationship with the Foundation to a whole new level, as we help bring awareness to the Speediatrics program and their mission of helping children to survive and thrive." At the Speediatrics 200 race, fans will be encouraged to visit www.NASCARFoundation.org and for every $25 donated, the NASCAR Foundation will deliver a Speedy Bear stuffed animal to sick children at Mercy Children's Hospital and Clinics in Iowa , as well as other hospitals and organizations across the country. Since 2006, The NASCAR Foundation has committed more than $25 million to initiatives that inspire children around the country. "As The NASCAR Foundation celebrates its 10th Anniversary, we are honored to be the beneficiary of the Speediatrics 200," said The NASCAR Foundation Executive Director Lorene King. "The Speediatrics program is very important to our Founder and Chairwoman Emeritus, Betty Jane France, as we believe every child should have a chance at a healthy life. Children's health and medical needs remain our biggest priority." Speediatrics began with the goal of importing the color, excitement, and fun of NASCAR into children's hospital rooms, wings, and waiting areas. Today, The NASCAR Foundation provides medical treatments for 50,000 children each year and continues to extend its reach beyond the hospital walls by supporting other causes related to helping children live a healthy life. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Speediatrics 200 will kick off Iowa Speedway 's Wide Opening Weekend on Saturday, June 18 at 8:30 p.m. ET on FS1, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Iowa Speedway president to try out for football team
RELATED: Learn more about Iowa Speedway Yes, you read that headline right. On Saturday, Nov. 14, the Iowa Barnstormers of the Indoor Football League will hold a free agent camp, and Iowa Speedway 's very own track president Jimmy Small will be among the many looking for a position on the indoor football team. The 28-year-old has been a fan of the sport since he was young and wasn't going to let an opportunity like this slip away. "I've been a passionate football fan since I was a kid, and when I heard about the open tryouts, I realized that it was an opportunity I couldn't pass up," Iowa Speedway President Jimmy Small said. "By no means do I think this will be easy, but I've learned a few things about speed, teamwork, and aerodynamics in racing, which will give me an advantage. I'm going to this tryout with high expectations, and I will be prepared to compete on Saturday. My training starts today, and my goal is to finish with more than just a commemorative Barnstormers Free Agent Camp T-shirt on Saturday." The tryouts will take place at the Pella Recreation Center Field House in Pella, Iowa . Tryouts are open to the public, including Iowa Speedway race fans. Any athlete 18 years of age and older, non-college eligible and interested in playing for the Iowa Barnstormers Indoor Football Team during the 2016 season is eligible to tryout.