Sprint Cup

Speed Secrets: Learning From Experience

I have been very lucky in my career to not only have a chance to drive SO many different kinds of cars (Grand-Am DP, Grand-AM GT, ALMS GTLM, ALMS PC, ALMS LMP2, Porsche Cup cars, World Challenge, Continental GS, Continental ST, NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide, NASCAR Trucks, Late Models, Midgets, Formula Atlantic, Pro Mazda, IMSA Lites, Radicals, Formula Renault, karts, etc.), but I have also been very lucky to have been raised by a professional race engineer my entire life. I guess where I am going with all of this is that I may only be 25 years old, but I feel like I have seen quite a bit and experienced a lot in my racing career. I want to talk this week about a few things I think club racers can learn that are easy to execute and will deliver results right away. These are things I have seen and continue to see over my career. I do quite a bit of driver coaching alongside my pro racing, so I have worked with drivers of all different experience levels.

By Ross Bentley | September 29, 2020
Chevrolet Unveils 2013 NASCAR, Previews Production SS Sedan

We’re inching closer to the official debut of the production Chevrolet SS. Until then, let’s enjoy the racing version, set to compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup in 2013. It’ll make its racing debut at the 2013 Daytona Speedweeks, ahead of its production debut at either the Detroit or New York Auto Shows.

By Brandon Turkus | November 29, 2012

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