Mike Stefanik's impact on the world of motorsports cannot be denied.  That was apparent Sunday evening when the tragic news was delivered that the nine-time NASCAR champion had been killed in a plane crash in Sterling, Connecticut.  As the news spread, the reflections and comments from those he impacted began spreading on social media.   […]

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In today's racing world, becoming a star takes more than just on-track performance.  Just like the high component braking systems and components offered by StopTech, it takes the full package.  Part of that package involves creativity and ability to interact with fans on social media.   With that in mind, Speed51.com has teamed up with […]

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Thomasville, NC – Rick Ware Racing welcomes Hampstead, New Hampshire native, Andy Seuss as the driver of the No. 51 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Seuss will pilot the Jacob Companies entry in his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut on July 21.   Andy Seuss is a driver who has carved out quite a […]

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Andy Seuss (No. 02 Robert B. Our Company Chevrolet) led Friday's final practice for the Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards at Daytona International Speedway. Seuss's fast lap came late in the session when he hooked up in a multiple car draft. He timed in at […]

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New England sports fans have had a lot to cheer for in the past four months.  The Boston Red Sox won the World Series, Connecticut’s Joey Logano won the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series championship and this weekend the New England Patriots will battle for yet another Super Bowl title.  The cheering won’t end with […]

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A combination of pit strategy and outwitting the competition was what it was going to take to win the 16th Annual John Blewett III Memorial North-South Shootout at Concord Speedway (NC) Saturday night. At the end of a long day at the tricky North Carolina tri-oval, Jon McKennedy found the perfect mixture to add a […]

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After being dealt what seemed to be a crippling blow in the form of an engine failure at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in July, Andy Seuss didn’t know when his next NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race would be.  But last week that question was answered when Seuss received the helping hand he needed to get […]

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