Wanted: Passionate NASCAR Fans Demonstrating Children's-Related Charitable & Volunteer Efforts; Reward: $100,000 Donation to Winner's Charity of Choice
The NASCAR Foundation will recognize the outstanding charitable and volunteer efforts of NASCAR fans by awarding the inaugural Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award, which includes a $100,000 donation from The NASCAR Foundation to the children’s charity of the recipient’s choice.
As the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series “regular season” comes to a close, the drama and excitement of The Chase takes to the track at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. The upcoming events in Atlanta are all that remain before “The Road to Richmond” culminates at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday, September 8 with the Federated Auto Parts 400—“One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
It was a day to remember. Richmond International Raceway representatives and NASCAR driver Carl Edwards set out on a flight like no other. Strapped tightly into a C-2 Greyhound on Tuesday, August 16th, the team took off for the USS Eisenhower, located approximately 200 miles southeast of her home in Norfolk, VA. The one hour flight to the ship ended with a hook landing on the flight deck of the IKE.
Richmond International Raceway & Wonderful Pistachios Get Crackin' - And Racin' - With NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race Entitlement
Wonderful Pistachios, which has been rallying people to Get Crackin’ for three years, will now be revving people to Get Racin’ as the entitlement sponsor of Richmond International Raceway’s September 10 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. The Wonderful Pistachios 400 showcases one of the most anticipated racing events of the season, as it marks “One Last Race to Make The Chase.”
Kenny Wallace and Richmond International Raceway teamed up for a Baltimore Inner Harbor tour. Wallace led the tour with his witty commentary, delighting the fans aboard the Annapolitan II. Wallace also talks up the exciting racing action at America's Premier Short Track. NASCAR returns September 9-10.