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Friday 25 April 2014
 

Kickin' the Tires Live

  • 4/12/2014

    Kickin' the Tires skipped Darington this week for a trip out west to Cricuit of the Americas in Austin for MotoGP action. Check it out and find out about this gem of a track...

  • 03/29/2014

    NASCAR goes from California to Martinsville - a stark contrast where beating, beating and close-quarters racing is a guarantee...

  • 03/21/2014

    Denny Hamlin returns to California wanting a win at Auto Club Speedway and could Dale Earnhardt Jr. miss the 2014 Chase for the Championship despite his win in the season-opening Daytona 500...

  • 3/15/2014

    It's time for Bristol action with new rules placing major emphasis on wins in order to get the championship. Dale Earnhardt Jr. leads the points and he is our focus interview this week on Kickin' the Tires Live.

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In The News

 

Chase Elliott, the makings of a future champion

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FORT WORTH – On a day that began with 4,500 children gathered at the track to focus on education and reading, young Chase Elliott took six NASCAR giants to school, holding off Kyle Busch to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway and showing phenom Kyle Larson that he isn’t the only rookie driver who can grab headlines or take home the checkered flag.

It’s was only Elliott’s sixth start in NASCAR second-highest level of racing but he showed the fans and the rest of the field that he is his father’s son. The 18-year-old offspring of NASCAR legend Bill Elliott, who was on-hand Friday night to see all of the action, led 38 laps and held off Busch, Larsen, Kevin Harvick and even his car owner, Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300. In fact, NASCAR scoring data shows that only once did Elliott fall outside the Top 10 during the race.

“I can’t it believe it, man,” Elliott said, in Victory Lane. “It’s crazy. I went to him (Harvick) for a lot of advice this week, and he helped me out, gave me some tips. … To pass him for the lead is really crazy. I can’t believe it. It’s awesome, and I can’t thank everybody enough.”

 

 

Crafton wins Martinsville NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race in 'overtime'

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By Reid Spencer
NASCAR Wire Service

MARTINSVILLE, Va.— In fading sunlight, in the second race of a Sunday doubleheader at Martinsville Speedway, Matt Crafton beat polesitter Darrell Wallace Jr. to the finish line to win the Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event under yellow because of a last-lap accident.

The reigning series champion sealed the victory on the second attempt at a green-white-checkered-flag finish in a race that went six laps past its scheduled distance of 256 laps at the .526-mile short track.

The win was Crafton’s first of the season, his first at Martinsville and his fourth in 318 career starts. To secure it, Crafton had to survive a series of late restarts that tested both his talent and his patience.

 

 

Action Express Racing wins the 52nd Rolex 24 Hour

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Photo by Bryan McMurray

By Bryant McMurray
Kickin’ the Tires

DAYTONA BEACH, Fl – Joao Barbosa was driving the Action Express Prototype when it took the checkered flag at the most prestigious sports car race run at the Daytona International Speedway. After a questionable late race caution, Barbosa drove off from Max Angelelli to win after 24 hours of dicing on the 3.56 mile road course after a three lap shoot-out. Brazil’s Christian Fittipaldi and France’s Sebastien Bourdais joined Barbosa on the winning team. The overall Rolex 24 win was the second for Fittipaldi and Barbosa and the first for Bourdais.

 

 

Alex Gurney to start on the pole for the 24

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Photo by Bryan McMurray

By Bryant McMurray
Kickin’ the Tires

Alex Gurney will start the No. 99 GAINSCO/Bob Stallings Racing Corvette DP on the pole position for the 52nd anniversary of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. The event is the first event for the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship.
Although he caught everyone by surprise by stating he would run a limited schedule, he emphasized he is 100% committed to the twice around the clock road race.

   

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