DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – It was 16 years in the making for the driver out of Danville, Virginia, as this week Peyton Sellers was named the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series national champion for the second time in his career.   Sellers won his first Weekly Series championship in 2005 at 21-years-old, then the youngest […]

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ome familiar with the inner workings of the points system for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series National Championship claim Peyton Sellers has sewn up this year’s top honors.   Sellers is not quite so comfortable clearing a spot for the trophy in his cabinet just yet, especially with racing still on the horizon […]

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Super Late Model teams get a season’s worth of racing within the span of nine nights at New Smyrna Speedway.  However, when things go wrong during the week, those teams have just the overnight hours to complete repairs instead of weeks until the next race.   An attrition-filled opening night for this year’s World Series […]

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Beginning this Friday, Super Late Model racers will compete in seven races over the course of nine night during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing at New Smyrna Speedway.  To get you ready for the busy stretch, we give you “10 Things to Know” leading into this year’s event.   1) Over the […]

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Many of the top Super Late Model racers in the country will be at New Smyrna Speedway for the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing on February 5-13.  Joining their ranks will be a premier Late Model Stock competitor, taking on a new challenge to get an early start on his racing season.   […]

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It was a unique year for the Late Model Stock Cars of the Mid-Atlantic region, to say the least.  Several tracks were unable to open, there was no ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway, and we saw the unfortunate closure of a couple of tracks in the region.   Still, racing went on, as […]

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