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NASCAR Nationwide Series Muscle Cars Debut This Weekend in Daytona; Will Also Race at Richmond, Friday, September 10


Following months of anticipation and plenty of toning, the muscle cars are ready to flex at Daytona International Speedway this Friday. The NASCAR Nationwide Series muscle cars (Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger, Chevrolet Impala and Toyota Camry) make their long-awaited debut in the first of four events the next generation cars will run this year—the third of which is at Richmond International Raceway on Friday, September 10, in the Virginia 529 College Savings 250 “under the lights.” The new models will run full-time in 2011.

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  • Jun 10

    Henrico County Police Athletic League Nabs $8,000 Through NASCAR Day Pin Donations

    After being designated Richmond International Raceway’s charitable recipient for NASCAR Day 2010, the Henrico County Police Athletic League (PAL) descended upon America’s Premier Short Track in full force during the April 30-May 1 NASCAR Doubleheader Weekend. The greatest fans in all of motorsports responded, donating $5 in exchange for commemorative NASCAR Day lapel pins, which resulted in $8,000 for Henrico County PAL.

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