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Ryan Sieg, Uncle Bob’s Announce 16-Race Sponsorship Deal

Early Wednesday morning, Georgia-based RSS Racing announced that it has re-signed with Uncle Bob’s Self Storage to a deal that will see the Buffalo-based chain of self storage facilities serve as the primary sponsor of Ryan Sieg‘s No. 39 Chevrolet in the XFINITY Series for 16 races. The press release …

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NTS Motorsports Announces 2015 Lineup, Daniel Hemric to Compete in Trucks Full-Time

On Monday, NTS Motorsports announced their 2015 driver lineup.  The team will field two full-time entries in the Camping World Truck Series, along with one part-time truck.  There will also be one full-time entry in the K&N Pro Series East and a late model team in the Spears SRL Southwest …

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Reed Sorenson to Attempt Daytona 500 for Team Xtreme Racing

On Monday, Team Xtreme Racing (formerly Xxxtreme Motorsports) announced the signing of Reed Sorenson to drive the team’s No. 44 Chevrolet at Daytona.  Sponsorship will be provided by Golden Corral in a one-race deal. Team owner Jonathan Cohen is excited to have Sorenson in the fold. “The 44 team has …

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NASCAR Issues Rule Bulletin to All National Series Teams

On Monday, NASCAR issued a series of rule bulletins to teams competing in NASCAR’s three National Series (Sprint Cup, XFINITY and the Camping World Truck Series) that help clarify regulations for the upcoming 2015 season. According to NBC Sports’ MotorSportsTalk, the most severe penalty included in the rule is that …

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NASCAR Makes Two Officiating Moves Ahead of 2015 Season

On Monday afternoon, NASCAR shook up the leadership of its tertiary National touring series.  55-year old Elton Sawyer, most recently of Action Express Racing in the IMSA TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, has been named the new Managing Director of the Camping World Truck Series.  He will replace Chad Little, who …

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Wayne Taylor Racing Penalized for Drive Time Violation, Sent to Rear of Prototype Class

On Friday, IMSA announced that Wayne Taylor Racing has been dropped from third-place in the Prototype class and overall all the way back to 16th in class as a result of a drive time violation committed by the team in the closing moments of last weekend’s Rolex 24 at Daytona.  …

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