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Brad Keselowski & Richmond International Raceway Treat Ticket Holders to Infield Cookout

The infield of Richmond International Raceway was quaking with excitement yesterday, as NASCAR driver of the #2 Miller Lite Dodge, Brad Keselowski, joined race fans for Keselowski’s Cookout – an event attended by hundreds of Wonderful Pistachios 400 ticket holders.

Related Topics: Richmond Raceway, 2011 Wonderful Pistachios 400

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Tickets for September 9-10 NASCAR Weekend On Sale Now

One of the most anticipated weekends on the NASCAR schedule is coming to Richmond International Raceway September 9-10, and tickets for the two-day event go on sale this Friday at 9:00 a.m. With a new Chase qualifying format and tempers always flaring at America’s Premier Short Track, this is expected to be an intense weekend in Richmond.

Related Topics: 2011 One Last Race to Make The Chase, NASCAR Cup Series

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“The Road to Richmond” Speeds On To The Tricky Triangle

“The Road To Richmond” obtuse continues to the Tricky Triangle Sunday with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series’ second stop of the season at Pocono Raceway. The 400-miler at Pocono will mark the halfway point of the “Race to The Chase,” which culminates on Saturday night, September 8 at Richmond International Raceway with the Federated Auto Parts 400 “One Last Race to Make The Chase.”

 

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"The Road to Richmond" Motors Into Michigan International Speedway

With Michigan International Speedway this weekend’s stop on “The Road to Richmond,” the attention continues to focus on the Wild Card element. There’s only four races left, including the Wonderful Pistachios 400 on Saturday, September 10 at Richmond International Raceway, for the “bubble” drivers to make their mark and race their way to the 2011 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

 

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"The Road to Richmond" Runs Through Tenneessee Saturday Night

With Kyle Busch’s win at Michigan International Speedway last weekend, one of the 12 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series spots has been gobbled up. Following this weekend’s event in Tennessee, there will only be one race before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 10 with the Wonderful Pistachios 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”

Related Topics: 2011 Wonderful Pistachios 400

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"The Road to Richmond" Twists & Turns Through Watkins Glen International This Weekend

After a little movement in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series point standings following an eventful finish at the “Tricky Triangle” of Pocono, the Race to The Chase shifts to the 11-turn road course at Watkins Glen International. Following this weekend’s event, there will only be three races remaining before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 10 with the Wonderful Pistachios 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”

 

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"The Road to Richmond" Runs Through Indy This Weekend

“The Road To Richmond” roars back to action this weekend at the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series returns from an off week to make its annual stop at the Brickyard. Sunday’s Brickyard 400 is the fourth event in the 2011 “Race to The Chase,” meaning only five races remain before the Wonderful Pistachios 400 “One Last Race To Make The Chase” at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday night, September 10th.

 

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"The Road to Richmond" Runs Through New Hampshire This Weekend

On the heels of Kyle Busch’s Kentucky Speedway win on “The Road to Richmond,” the 10-week stretch continues at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend. The next eight races will prove pivotal in deciding the field for the 2011 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, which will be finalized on Saturday, September 10, at Richmond International Raceway’s Wonderful Pistachios 400, which is “One Last Race to Make The Chase.”

 

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“The Road to Richmond” Starts Now!

“’The Road to Richmond’ starts here,” announced Richmond International Raceway president Doug Fritz in a press conference at Daytona International Speedway today. “Everything that happens in the next 10 weeks culminates in the ‘One Last Race to Make The Chase’ NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond on Saturday, September 10.”

 

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"The Road to Richmond" Stops at Daytona International Speedway

Fasten your seatbelts…it’s going to be a wild, 10-week ride on “The Road to Richmond,” which begins this Saturday night at Daytona International Speedway. That stretch will prove pivotal in deciding the field for the 2011 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, which will be finalized on Saturday, September 10, at Richmond International Raceway’s “One Last Race to Make The Chase.”

 

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