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CHRIS LANE TO PERFORM AT BANK OF AMERICA ROVAL 400

 

Race fans visiting Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sept. 29 will party in the fast lane prior to the second running of the historic Bank of America ROVAL™ 400. Chris Lane – PLATINUM-selling Country hitmaker and a native of Kernersville, North Carolina – will crank up the excitement for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs with a must-see concert at 12:30 p.m. on the speedway’s frontstretch.

 

BUBBA WALLACE PREPARES BACKSTRETCH CHICANE FOR BANK OF AMERICA ROVAL 400

 

After experiencing a difficult learning curve in the inaugural Bank of America ROVAL™ 400 on the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL™, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Bubba Wallace got a head start on the speedway’s new backstretch chicane on Tuesday.

 

AMS LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

 

Atlanta Motor Speedway has completely transformed atlantamotorspeedway.com into a new, more fan-friendly web experience.

The redesign is the fifth improvement announced in the Speedway’s 20 in 20 initiative, focusing on improving the menu and navigation of the website. For fans this means making informed decisions as they plan their 2020 NASCAR weekend at AMS will be simpler and quicker than ever before.

 

MONTE DUTTON – RACING ON THE MIDWAY

It’s NASCAR’s state-fair week. The sport has its Speedweeks, its participation in the glorious racing month of May, its Bristol Night Race and its Labor Day Weekend at the Granddaddy of Them All.

Incredibly, NASCAR still has tradition left, even though, in Darlington’s case, it took it away, then gave it back.

Traditionalists have to take what they can get in this day and time.

CHASE ELLIOTT REPEATS AT WATKINS GLEN

 
Chase Elliott has been looking forward to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series return to Watkins Glen for the chance at a repeat all season and when it came back around, he wasted no time picking up where he left off.

 

MONTE DUTTON – HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL

 

Yes, as the old song notes, “Time changes everything.”

That may be a bit of exaggeration, but change takes some getting used to, and one of NASCAR’s problems is that it changes too fast for its fans to keep up. The fans could use a caution flag. The sport’s leadership wanted to bring it into the 21st century and found out the rest of the world was already there.

DENNY HAMLIN DELIVERS AT POCONO

Last week at New Hampshire, a disappointed Denny Hamlin felt like he didn’t do enough to prevent Kevin Harvick from picking up his first win of the season. At Pocono, Hamlin did everything right to pick up his third.

 

AMS, RED CROSS TEAMING UP FOR ‘DRIVE FOR LIFE BLOOD DRIVE’

 

Atlanta Motor Speedway and the American Red Cross are racing to save lives and collect blood donations during the “Drive For Life Blood Drive” on September 11.

With blood supplies dangerously low, the American Red Cross is urging anyone who is able to donate blood to do so. The Drive For Life Blood Drive is an opportunity to do just that, with donation times available between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the Marcy Scott Media Center, located in the Speedway’s infield.

 

MONTE DUTTON - WHAT’S IT GONNA TAKE?

At the moment, it seems as if everything is getting better in NASCAR except the bottom line.

Based on my conversations around town, lots of folks still haven’t noticed. Interest in these parts still seems confined to two words, an apostrophe and a question mark.

When’s Darlington? The fact that I thought everyone knew it’s the Sunday before Labor Day is not encouraging.

HARVICK COMES OUT ON TOP IN NEW HAMPSHIRE

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