Atlanta Motor Speedway's summer drag racing series, Friday Night Drags & Show-N-Shine, returns this Friday as drivers look to either establish or strengthen their positions within their respective divisions.In the Domestic Advanced Division, Terry Bates will be looking to make his way back into victory lane. Full Story
The first of two days of a Goodyear tire test is underway at Atlanta Motor Speedway, with Kasey Kahne, Marcos Ambrose, Denny Hamlin and Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. taking part in Tuesday's portion of the test session.The tire test comes less than 80 days prior to the AdvoCare 500 NASCAR night race weekend at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Full Story
Great Clips, the world's largest salon brand, along with Jeff Foxworthy's™ Grit Chips, one of the world's most innovative "corn chip" brands on the market, will jointly sponsor the NASCAR Nationwide Series race on Aug. 31 at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The night race event will be named the Great Clips / Grit Chips 300. Full Story
Atlanta-based Jake's Ice Cream has been named the official ice cream of Atlanta Motor Speedway. The agreement is for three years.Jake's Ice Cream will be sold at Atlanta Motor Speedway during the AdvoCare 500 NASCAR night race weekend Aug. 30 - Sept. 1. It will also be sold during the Thursday Thunder summer racing series and the Speedway's drag racing series, Friday Night Drags & Show-N-Shine. Full Story
In racing, nicks and bangs do happen from time to time. At the NASCAR level, there is a long history of drivers racing hurt, with legendary tales involving some of the greatest drivers in the history of the sport.Thursday Thunder drivers are no exception, and for those chasing a points championship, sometimes driving hurt has to happen to stay in the running for the title. Full Story
As a way to say thank you to the residents in its home county, Atlanta Motor Speedway will celebrate "Henry County Week" June 17-23, allowing county residents and businesses to purchase NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500 tickets for 25 percent off. Full Story
It's funny what a little bit of momentum can do, especially within racing. A month ago, a recurring question from many fans around racing centered upon Tony Stewart. The three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion had managed just one top-10 finish in the season's first 11 races. His fortunes have changed.