**Fall/Winter NOTICE** Sprint Cup Registration is Now OPEN for the 2014 Season. We look to integrate 2-3 new HARDCORE Drivers over the Winter Months. We Always accept Driver Applications for Monday Night K&N, and Friday night Dirt Series Drivers.
Sprint Cup Series HeadlinesTalladega SuperSpeedway- October 16, 2014: David Hensley Wins the Geico 500 at the Talladega SuperSpeedway. Known for Plate-Track Fuel management, Hensley led 6 laps en-route to his 3rd career trip to Sprint Cup Series Victory Lane. Leading the most laps, and finishing 2nd was Sherwood Williford, while Jerry Lepage came home 3rd. Reggie Alcatraz was 4th, and Matt Miraglia completed the Talladega Top-5 this week. Charlotte Motor Speedway - October 09, 2014: Sherwood Williford wins the Bank of America 500 at The Charlotte Motor Speedway. Sherwood led 23 laps playing Chase spoiler at the "Beast in the Southeast" notching his first win of the Season. The Cagey-Veteran Doug beasley was 2nd, while Kevin Timpke was 3rd. Cody james finished 4th, and TJ Bartel rounded out the Bank of America Top-5 this week.Kansas Speedway- October 02, 2014: Jeff Marble Wins the Chase Opening Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway. Marble lead a race-high *48 laps en-route to his 28th career Sprint Cup Victory. Reggie Alcatraz was 2nd, while Sherwood Williford was 3rd. Kevin Timpke was 4th and TJ Bartel rounded out the Hollywood Casino Top-5 this week.Dover International Speedway - Sept. 25, 2014: Brad Cornthwaite mashed the "Monster" by winning The AAA-400 at Dover International Speedway. Cornthwaite led the final 21 laps en-route to his 2nd Win of the Season. Chuck the Darling "Flounder" finished 2nd, while Jeff Marble came home 3rd. Tony Solare matched his career best 4th place finish, and Reggie Alcatraz rounded out the Monster Mile Top-5 this week. New Hampshire Motor Speedway - Sept. 18, 2014: Cody James Wins the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. James led a race high 77* laps en-route to his 4th career Sprint Cup Series win. Jerry Lepage finished 2nd, while the cagey-veteran Doug Beasley came home 3rd. Brad Cornthwaite was 4th and short track ace Chuck the Darling "Flounder" rounded out the New Hampshire Top-5 this week. Chicagoland Speedway- Sept 11, 2014: Jerry Lepage wins The Chicagoland 400 at the Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Illinois. Lepage led the final 30 laps collecting his 3rd Win of the Season. Dominating the race, but falling short was 2nd place Reggie Alcatraz. Sherwood Williford was 3rd, while Cale Simmons came home 4th. Kevin Timpke rounded out the Chicagoland Top-5 this week.Richmond International Raceway- September 4th, 2014: Brad Cornthwaite Wins the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. Brad led a race-high 71*, holding off 2nd place Jeff Marble for his 6th career trip to Sprint Cup Series Victory Lane. The cagey Veteran Doug Beasley finished 3rd, while Kevin Timpke came home 4th. It was the Spring winner Danny Coral rounding out the Federated Top-5 at Richmond this week.
Daytona International Speedway- July 4th, 2014: Sean Upton celebrates his First Career Sprint Cup Series Championship. Upton capped off a Career season making 6 trips to Victory Lane in his 8th year, and 15th Sprint Cup Series Season. Sean also posted 2 Pole Positions, 10 Top-5's and 13 Top-10 finishes en-route to his first Championship campaign. Congratulations Sean Upton!
Homestead-Miami-February 15, 2013: Brad Cornthwaite Collects First career Title by Winning the Fall/Winter Series Truck Season. Needing every Spot Heading into Homestead Cornthwaite finished just ahead of Jerry Lepage capturing his First career Championship at The BullRing. Cornthwaite collected 2-Wins, 8 Top-5's and 12 Top-10's in his First career Championship bid. Congratulations Brad Cornthwaite!
Jerry Lepage- 2013 Series Champion From Homestead: Jerry Lepage Becomes a Six Time Sprint Cup Series Champion. Lepage is re-writing the Record books while collecting a Series leading 61 career Poles, and his 41st career Sprint Cup Series Win in 2013. Jerry had 5 Wins, 12 Top-5's and 17 Top-10's en route to his Sixth Series Championship. Congratulations Jerry Lepage!