Rush Truck Centers to Sponsor Clint Bowyer This Weekend in Fontana

The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series makes the third and final stop on its three-race West Coast swing Sunday when the green flag drops on the Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. Stewart-Haas Racing’s Clint Bowyer has made the most of the opening four races of the 2017 season, climbing to a 13th-place tie in the standings. Sunday marks Bowyer’s first appearance driving his No. 14 Ford carrying the decals of Rush Truck Centers. The Texas-based company is using its partnership with SHR and Bowyer to…

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NASCAR Partners With Hotels for Hope

NASCAR announced today a multi-year partnership with Hotels for Hope designating the company as the “Official Hotel Booking Partner of NASCAR.” Hotels for Hope, a hotel inventory brokerage with a philanthropic business model, services large scale consumer events across the country and will now include NASCAR race weekends.  As part of the partnership, a landing page on NASCAR.com (www.nascar.com/hotels) launches today, allowing the industry and fans to book hotels for upcoming race weekends through its “Raceday Hotels by Hotels for Hope™” platform. For each actualized room night booked through Hotels…

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Subway Unveils Daniel Suarez’ Paint Scheme for 2017 Races

A few months ago, Subway announced that they’d not just stay in NASCAR, but they’d even stay with the No. 19 Toyota with Joe Gibbs Racing too. Previously, they had a long standing relationship with Carl Edwards, and with Edwards’ abrupt retirement announcement back in January, would they even stay around further? Subway was with Edwards during his time with Roush/Fenway Racing and even followed him with him move to Joe Gibbs Racing. Without Edwards, would Subway stay in NASCAR and pair up with a new driver? They quickly dispelled…

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Aged Fontana Track Poses Issues for Cup Drivers, Handling/Strategy Key for This Weekend

Depending on what they do to the Atlanta Motor Speedway, the next oldest track to not be repaved is the Auto Club Speedway. That’s the destination of the next Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race this weekend. With that being said, the drivers are all wary of the challenges ahead of this weekend’s race that the 2-mile, D-Shape California oval could pose. Fontana is a very wide, very fast, yet very bumpy race track. With the surface as old as it is, the tire fall off on a run is…

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Cole Custer, Haas Automation Hoping for Success at Home Track in Fontana

Cole Custer was at the center of controversy last weekend in Phoenix when he got into Austin Dillon in last Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race. Custer, took responsibility for the incident, but Dillon didn’t care and purposely ran Custer into the wall during the yellow flag period in that race. The damage took Custer out of a top 10 run at the time. Now, Custer is trying to regroup and refocus heading into his hometown track this weekend. Custer, grew up in Ladera Ranch, California, where he began his racing career…

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