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Amy Henderson

Amy Henderson
Amy is a 15-year veteran writer and a five-time National Motorsports Press Association (NMPA) writing award winner, including first place awards for both columns and race coverage. Amy pens The Big 6 (Mondays) Frontstretch 5 (Wednesdays) and Holding A Pretty Wheel (monthly - Fridays). A New Hampshire native living in North Carolina, Amy’s work credits extend everywhere from driver Kenny Wallace’s website to Athlon Sports.

Bank of America 500 Postponed for Weather

The Bank of America 500, scheduled for Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, has been rescheduled at noon Sunday due to persistent rain from Hurricane Matthew. The NASCAR XFINITY Series Drive for the Cure 300, which had been rescheduled from Friday night to Sunday morning, will now be run after the …

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Friday Activity at Charlotte Canceled Due to Weather

All on-track activity at Charlotte Motor Speedway scheduled for Friday, Oct. 7, has been canceled due to persistent heavy rain. The Bank of America 500 is still scheduled to be run Saturday night.  The NASCAR XFINITY Series race scheduled for Friday will now be run at 11 a.m. Sunday morning. …

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Hendrick Motorsports, Furniture Row Racing Announce New Sponsors

A pair of NASCAR Sprint Cup teams announced new sponsorship deals on Thursday at Charlotte Motor Speedway ahead of Saturday night’s Bank of America 500. Hendrick Motorsports added uniform service company UniFirst to its No. 5 car.  The 8-year deal covers two races in 2016 and 2017, with the first …

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The Underdog House: Getting a Foothold in 21st Century NASCAR

Think Small One of the chief worries about NASCAR’s charter system when it was instituted this year was how new teams would be able to get a foothold in the sport, and while that is a concern on paper, in practice, the charter system changes very little, because teams entering …

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The Underdog House: What Small Teams Want You to Know

Think Small I had a conversation this past weekend with Germain Racing driver Casey Mears, and I asked him the one thing he wished that NASCAR fans understood about his job. Mears offered the following assessment. “The thing I wish more fans knew is just how difficult it is to …

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