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Seven-time champion Jimmie Johnson, who will retire from full-time competition in the NASCAR Cup Series following the 2020 season, will be honored in two ways by Bristol Motor Speedway officials it was announced Saturday prior to the start of the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
Johnson, a winner of two Food City 500s at Bristol Motor Speedway, will have a 5K trail surrounding BMS property named in his honor. The “JJ 5K Trail at Bristol Motor Speedway” will meander around the grounds of the beautiful facility in a 3.2-mile course and be marked with trail signs that highlight Johnson’s career accomplishments at Bristol Motor Speedway and in the NASCAR Cup Series. The JJ 5K Trail at Bristol Motor Speedway, which will open in 2021, will be available to all guests who are attending events at the iconic Northeast Tennessee entertainment destination.
In addition to the trail, the track, in partnership with Trek and Food City, also will donate 48 bicycles in Johnson’s honor to area children through Santa Pal in Bristol, Virginia and other charities in Tennessee that receive support from BMS’ chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities.
“Jimmie has meant so much to the sport of NASCAR over the years and has had incredible success, including two victories and a number of top-10 finishes here at Bristol Motor Speedway,” said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager, Bristol Motor Speedway. “We wish Jimmie all the best in his retirement and we couldn’t think of a better way to honor him and preserve his legacy with NASCAR fans who visit The Last Great Colosseum than by creating the ‘JJ 5K Trail at Bristol Motor Speedway’ and making an impactful donation of 48 bicycles in his name to a local children’s agency.”
Johnson, who drives the No. 48 Chevy for Hendrick Motorsports, earned BMS victories at the Food City 500 in 2010 and 2017 and posted 13 top-fives and 22 top-10s in 37 career starts at The World’s Fastest Half-Mile. He earned two poles at BMS, in 2008 and 2010.
“That is awesome, that’s super cool,” Johnson said when he helped Caldwell unveil the sign for the JJ 5K Trail at Bristol Motor Speedway. “And my kids ride that same bike.”
Johnson will start in 24th position in row 12 as he makes his final start as a full-time driver in Saturday’s Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race (7:30 p.m., NBCSN, PRN Radio, Sirius XM NASCAR Radio), the first cut-off race in the Round of 16 in the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.
Johnson will try to grab one more victory at The Last Great Colosseum, and his first in America’s Night Race during what he says has been an unusual year. He narrowly missed the Playoffs for only the second time in his career this season and has posted four top-fives and nine top-10s.
“It’s a different year to say the least, but I think we’ve made the most of it,” Johnson said. “I choose to look at the silver linings that have come out of 2020. I’m kind of dressed differently than I would typically be at the track because I was able to go to my kids’ horse show this morning. I wish the fans were here with us and we could have a normal weekend. I’m very thankful to the track for this honor. I know that 48 kids will be really happy to have a bike. I’ve done a lot of running around this track, so I’m excited to know that people can hit the 5K route when they are here and get some exercise in as well.”
“Food City is proud to have the opportunity to honor Jimmie Johnson with the donation of these bicycles to Speedway Children’s Charities. Jimmie has been a great champion in NASCAR Motorsports, and we wish him all the best in the next chapter of his life. Food City is a long-time partner of Speedway Children’s Charities and we are so grateful for the great work they do throughout our community,” said Kevin Stafford, Food City vice president of marketing.
“We are very excited to be a part of this event,” said Eric Bjorling, Trek director of marketing and public relations. “Jimmie has been a fantastic advocate for cycling and ensuring that the next generation has access to bikes and that safe places to ride will help create a healthier future for many people.”
2019 King of the West champion DJ Netto drove to his second Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo victory of the season on Friday, taking the 30-lap feature over a 22-car field in Watsonville, Calif. The victory makes Netto only the second repeat winner during the eight rounds at the Ocean Speedway.
Washington’s JJ Hickle led time trials before Netto won the dash to earn the pole position for the feature. Points leader Bud Kaeding of San Jose led the opening lap on the outside of Netto. Netto then cut underneath Kaeding into turn three on the following lap to lead lap two.
The leaders approached lapped traffic by just the seventh lap of the race. The first caution fell on lap nine when Chase Johnson of Penngrove slowed with a problem on the right rear of his machine. He failed to return to the event.
Hickle and Redding’s Chase Majdic battled for fourth position behind the lead trio of Netto, Kaeding, and Hanford’s Mitchell Faccinto. 2019 USAC West Coast 360 champion Tristan Guardino stopped from a potential top-ten finish for a caution on lap 15 in car #15. Redding’s Max Mittry had advanced from 16th starting position to eighth by that stage of the event.
Netto never faced much scrutiny over the second half of the feature, keeping a lapped car or two between himself and Kaeding the rest of the way. Netto topped Kaeding by 2.329 seconds at the stripe followed by Faccinto, Majdic, and Hickle. The Ocean Sprints return on October 17th for the 60th running of the Johnny Key Classic.
The prelude to next weekend’s Pettit Shootout attracted great racing across the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, and Hobby Stocks.
In the IMCA Modifieds, Bobby Hogge IV of Salinas led the final 14 laps for the win. 2020 West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame inductee Jim Pettit II led lap one around the outside of Tim Balding. The Prunedale drivers battled for the lead with Balding taking over on lap three.
Pettit fell backwards to third on the outside, then spun for a caution on lap five. While spinning in turn three, he was hit hard by Robert Marsh of Salinas. Pettit managed to continue but Marsh was out of the race. Hogge used the restart to sweep past Balding for the lead on lap seven. Hogge, Balding, Oakley’s Troy Fougler, 2019 track champion Cody Burke, and Austin Burke were the top-five finishers.
Watsonville’s Adriane Frost took sole possession of the IMCA Sport Mod points lead with her first win of 2020 in the 20-lap event. Max Baggett of Prunedale led the first two circuits before Jim DiGiovanni grabbed hold of the lead. Baggett fell to fourth while DiGiovanni paced Frost and Atwater’s Tanner Thomas in a close duel for the win.
Frost tried low but eventually went upstairs. She went outside DiGiovanni on the backstretch and cleared him to lead lap 16. Frost then led the leaders through lapped traffic for the win. Thomas finished second followed by DiGiovanni, Santa Maria’s Markus Frazier, and Kelly Campanile of San Ramon.
Rob Gallaher of San Jose won his first Hobby Stock feature of the year by leading all 20-laps. The win was anything but easy, however. After a caution involving Ken Winland of Santa Clara, things tightened up at the front. Gallaher anchored a race long, two-by-two battle, which included points leader Joe Gallaher, Watsonville’s Jerry Skelton, and second in points Steve Remde - also of Watsonville.
The foursome finally spread out within the final five laps of the contest, with Rob Gallaher topping Skelton, Joe Gallaher, Remde, and Sam Kennedy at the finish.
Ryan McClelland of Scotts Valley went for four in the Four Banger division, as the points leader drove from the rear of the field to win his fourth feature of the year. McClelland started tenth in the 15 lapper while outside pole sitter Nate Hart of Aptos led the way early. 2019 Police-In-Pursuit champion Roy Iller battled with Hart, including a moment when Iller t-boned Hart in turn four. Hart saved it and kept the lead.
McClelland looked inside Hart to take the lead on the backstretch on lap ten. Hart, Iller, Tony Gullo, and 2019 champion Nicole Beardsley followed McClelland at the finish.
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On a cool and breezy evening the action on the track was hot-and-heavy, Friday night at Grandview Speedway, with the seventh annual Freedom 38’er featuring Sportsman racers on the menu. A total of 55 cars in action made up the largest field ever assembled for the event, paying a healthy $3,550 to the winner of the 38-lap event on the high-banked third-mile clay covered lightning-fast oval in Bechtelsville, PA.
Following a luck-of-the-draw line-up for the 27 car starting field, second-place starter Steve Davis, of Jackson, N.J., aboard the Howie Finch owned Ice Less backed No. 4 mount, took the lead with the initial green waving with pole starter Joe Toth and third-place starter 28-year-old Brett Kressley, of Orefield, PA, in tow for the first four circuits before a caution appeared for Brad Arnold slowing with a flat tire.
The new green showed Toth moving out in front on the restart, followed by Kressley and Davis for lap 5, with Davis knifing his way back out in front for lap 6, with Kressley and Toth battling for the runner-up spot. On lap 7, Kressley powered his way out in front steering the Keith Hoffman owned No. 6 Over entry, as Toth and Davis trailed. By lap 9, Mike Gular, of Sassamansville, PA, who started from fourth-place, advanced into the runner-up role, with Toth and Davis following.
A caution on lap 11 for Ryan Beltz slowing to a stop in turn 2 forced the field to regroup, once again.
Kressley remained the race leader for lap 12, with a quick caution for Lex Shive spinning in turn 4 again bunching up the competition.
With racing back underway, it was Kressley again in command, followed by Davis and Kevin Hirthler, who started the event from eighteenth-place, looking strong as he quickly cut his way through the field, now running in third aboard his self-owned Pioneer Pole Building backed Bicknell chassied Crate powered No. 117 ride. Hirthler and Davis battled side-by-side for a couple of tours, with Davis fighting off every challenge.
At the halfway point, it was Kressley, Davis, Hirthler, Gular and fifth-place starter 17-year-old Kyle Smith, of Kutztown, PA, making up the top five.
Hirthler ducked underneath Davis exiting turn 2 on lap 25 to steal second-place, as the leaders now got into the slower lapped traffic, making things interesting.
“You could move anywhere you wanted to. The top, bottom or middle tonight,” revealed Hirthler. “The track was great and I used the top side in the beginning and, later, the bottom to cut through the traffic. My car felt great all night and we rolled the dice before the feature trying to decide if we’d run the hard tire or try the softer tire. I knew the car would get beat up pretty good coming through traffic from the back and I guess we made the right choice?”
Hirthler challenged Kressley racing through heavy lapped traffic for laps 27, 28 and 29 and on lap 30 they crossed the stripe running wheel-to-wheel. On lap 31 racing through turns 1 and 2, Hirthler made a nice move getting underneath Kressley and became the new race leader down the back chute. A yellow on lap 32 for Cole Stangle slowing with a broken left rear suspension bunched up the field for one final time.
“It certainly was a hard fought battle there with Brett. A great job tonight turned in by him. He was really fast,” Hirthler said.
The new green showed Hirthler taking the lead over Kressley, Davis and Gular for lap 33, with Gular slipping by Davis for third on lap 35.
“We had a great starting spot and I was just out there riding around, honestly, when out of nowhere along came Kevin with his Crate engine and he just smoked us all,” commented Kressley. “I was out there searching around and not paying attention to the lap counter as I should’ve been. We’re all good though. It was a good night.”
Hirthler went unchallenged for the final circuits to easily put a W in the win column. Kressley, Gular, Davis and Smith rounded out the top five at the checkered.
“Those guys that started up front were just out there riding around so we took a gamble on what tire to run,” noted the 40-year-old race winner from Boyertown, PA. “I am truly honored to be the first to win this race twice. It means a lot to me.”
Hirthler, who previously won the event back in 2018, became the first driver to repeat as a race winner in the event.
The triumph by Hirthler was his first in a Sportsman car since April 6, 2019 and the win pushed his career win total up to four. Being the first Crate powered car to cross the line, Hirthler was awarded an additional $100 bonus, bringing his total for the win up to $3,650 for his efforts.
“We put a brand-new Crate motor in the car for tonight right out of the box from Chevrolet,” offered Hirthler. “We just picked it up earlier this week off the shelf and put it in the car this week.”
The fifth-place finisher Kyle Smith was awarded an additional $100 as well for being the first weekly Sportsman racer to cross the line.
The 10-lap heat race winners were Brandon Edgar, Cole Stangle, Ryan Beltz, Tom Miller, Brett Kressley and Brett Gilmore. The 10-lap consolation race winners were Lex Shive, Kevin Hirthler and Ryan Higgs.
A total of 53 358 Modified cars took part in practice sessions throughout the evening, preparing for the 50th annual Freedom 76 event scheduled for the following night. Again, it produced the largest field of cars for practice since the “Night before the Freedom 76” events began back in 2014.
Next event coming up, after the Freedom 76 weekend is complete, is the Mods at the Mad House on Saturday, October 17th. Included will be three 20-lap features for Small Block/Big Block Modified racers each paying $2000 to win. A driver winning all three earns a Pioneer Pole Building Triple Sweep Bonus of $2500. And if someone falls short of the three wins and claims two wins there is a PPB Double Sweep Bonus of $500. And for the Sportsman racers there is $1,300 to win their feature.
Freedom 38 Feature Finish, 38 laps
1)Kevin Hirthler, 2) Brett Kressley, 3) Mike Gular, 4) Steve Davis, 5) Kyle Smith, 6) Jack Butler, 7) Brad Brightbill, 8) Ryan Lilick, 9) Dakota Kohler, 10) Jimmy Leiby, 11) Brandon Edgar, 12) Joe Toth, 13) Nate Brinker, 14) Nathan Mohr, 15) Ryan Higgs, 16) Jesse Leiby, 17) Ken Eckert Jr., 18) Tyler Peet, 19) Tom Miller, 20) Chris Esposito, 21) John McGovern, 22) Matt Peck, 23) Lex Shive, 24) Cole Stangle, 25) Jordan Henn, 26) Ryan Beltz, 27) Brad Arnold
DNS-Brett Gilmore (scratched due to engine issues). Matt Peck (first alternate) started the race as a result.
DNQ-Derrick Smith, Brian Hirthler, Mike Laise, Matt Brooke, Doug Snyder, Joey Vaccaro, Mike Schneck, Jim Housworth, Joe Brown, Bob Lineman Jr., Kenny Bock, Brianna James, Kyle Lilick, BJ Joly, Jesse Landis, Decker Swinehart, Tyler James, Cody Manmiller, Parker Guldin, Ray Woodall Jr., Bryan Rhoads, Skyler Sheriff, Steve Young, Mark Kemmerer, Chuck Eckert, Mark Gaugler, Scott Kohler.
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With just five laps left, deep in lapped traffic and two fierce competitors closing the gap behind him, Will Krup knew it was time to make a move to secure the win.
Krup had led since the drop of the green, through several caution flags and now had home-state favorite Tyler Nicely and newly crowned champion Nick Hoffman breathing down his neck as he approached a sizable pack of lapped traffic on the 3/8-mile high banks of Cedar Ridge Speedway. Krup stuck mainly to the lower side of the track and began to pick each car in the pack off, one-by-one, until he was forced to move up to get around some others.
With two laps left, Krup made some contact with one of the slower cars that nearly stumbled his momentum as he came out of Turn 4 to collect the white flag. But his JHA Motorsports #K19 was strong and stable, and Krup was able to get through the late-race traffic jam to collect his fifth DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Feature win of the season in the preliminary night of action at the seventh annual Hope for Harlie benefit race.
“I just kept looking up at the flagman, just wishing he’d throw that checkered,” Krup said after the race. “It was getting awfully thick there. But all-in-all, I survived that deal and came home with a good victory.”
Cedar Ridge has been good to Krup in years’ past. He scored the very first Summit Modified Feature win of his career here last year, also on night #1 of Hope for Harlie weekend. On Friday night, Krup looked as strong as he’s been all year, and it paid off – $1,500 worth.
“It helps being confident after winning the last couple years at this particular race,” Krup said. “The car was really good tonight; I just hope it’s good tomorrow with a lot more money on the line. Everybody’s going to bring their A-game tomorrow, for sure.”
Leading the pack for an all-Elite Chassis podium once again, Krup knew the pressure was coming from Nicely and Hoffman behind him, and he kicked it into high gear at just the right time.
“I had a stick guy up there that I was watching and the gap never got any bigger, never got any smaller, but I just knew that you can’t mess-up in those situations because if you get out of line a little bit, they’ll get underneath you and they’re gonna be hard to pass back,” he said.
Nicely actually viewed the thick traffic at the end as an interesting added element to maneuver around.
“That lapped traffic got pretty heavy there at the end,” Nicely said. “I was kinda looking forward to it; it was just gonna help throw another car into it.”
Crossing the stripe with a runner-up finish, Nicely even had to throw a slide job and execute some needle-threading on the slower cars in front of him just to get by.
“When the lapped cars are running side-by-side, that really affects you,” Nicely said.
“But we got through it with no damage.”
He may have been denied victory by his own Elite Chassis customers again, but Hoffman’s still got a chance to tie his own single-season wins record in Saturday night’s $3,000-to-win finale if he can get the job done. A rare third-place performance in his Heat Race Friday night set him up with an eighth-place landing spot on the starting grid, which he said had an effect on Feature outcome.
“Just gotta tune on it to try and get better earlier in the night,” Hoffman said. “Tonight, burying myself in that Heat Race put me buried in the Feature, and you can’t expect to pass these guys.
“I felt like I was just as good as the two in front of me, just kinda had to pick and choose in lapped traffic. Will got through there really well and so did Tyler. I felt like all three of us were pretty equal speed-wise.”
The DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals / American Modified Series action continues Saturday night with the Hope for Harlie finale – $3,000 on the line for the winner of the 40-lap Feature.
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Feature (25 Laps) 1. K19-Will Krup ; 2. 25-Tyler Nicely ; 3. 7-Nick Hoffman ; 4. 22H-Josh Harris ; 5. 18-Brandon McDowell ; 6. 24-Zeke McKenzie ; 7. K7-Gabriel Kirtley ; 8. 21D-Danny Schwartz ; 9. 16C-John Clippinger ; 10. 55L-Alex Love ; 11. 55-Blaze Melton ; 12. 13-Charlie Mefford ; 13. 22-Wade Wenthe ; 14. O3-Zach Dennis ; 15. 11-Dennis Vincent ; 16. 46-Johnny Madden ; 17. 37-TY Shearon ; 18. 81-Mark Cole ; 19. 8-TJ Armour ; 20. 81C-Christopher Cole ; 21. 59R-Jacob Rexing ; 22. R4-Ricky Arms  Hard Charger: 21D-Danny Schwartz[+8]
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Race Winner: Chase Briscoe of Stewart-Haas Racing (Ford)
Stage 1 Winner: Justin Allgaier of JR Motorsports (Chevrolet)
Stage 2 Winner: Justin Allgaier of JR Motorsports (Chevrolet)
Chase Briscoe feasted in the Food City 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race Friday night at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, winning at the high-banked, half-mile oval to take his league-leading seventh victory of the season. The driver of the No. 98 Ford Performance Racing School Mustang led three times for 11 laps around the .533-mile oval, but it was the final six tours in the 300-lap contest that proved the most important. Briscoe muscled his way into the lead on lap 295 and pulled away with more than a half-second advantage over his nearest pursuer when the checkered flag dropped. It was Briscoe’s ninth career Xfinity Series victory, but his first at Bristol.
Chase Briscoe, driver of the No. 98 Ford Performance Racing School Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing:
“We had a good Ford Performance Racing School Mustang from the get go, but I don’t think we necessarily had the best car starting off. I knew we were going to be in the ballpark just based off those first few laps. The track was changing quite a bit and we just needed to stay ahead of that and be ready for which way it went. All night our car was good on the long run after about 35 laps, so we were lucky that last stretch stayed green. Our Ford Performance Racing School Mustang really came alive in the last 10-15 laps and I’m glad we were able to take advantage of it and come out with a win.”
● Briscoe’s victory in the Food City 300 marked his third straight top-two result at Bristol, as he finished second in his two previous starts at the track in August 2019 and June 2020.
● Briscoe finished third in both stages to earn a total of 16 bonus points.
● Briscoe’s margin of victory over second-place Ross Chastain was .651 of a second.
● There were seven caution periods for a total of 45 laps.
● Only 13 of the 36 drivers in the Food City 300 finished on the lead lap.
● With Bristol being the last race of the regular season, Briscoe enters the playoffs ranked No. 1 in the standings with 2,050 points. He is in a tie with regular-season champion Austin Cindric, but Briscoe holds the tiebreaker as his seven wins this season trump Cindric’s five victories.
● Briscoe won five stages in the regular season and, combined with his seven victories, carries 50 bonus points into the playoffs.
● This is Briscoe’s second straight playoff appearance. Briscoe finished fifth in the Xfinity Series championship standings last year, narrowly missing out on advancing to the Championship 4 and competing for the series title. He did, however, win the rookie-of-the-year award.
The next event on the Xfinity Series schedule is the Alsco 300 on Saturday, Sept. 26 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It is the first race of the seven-race playoffs and the first race in the Round of 12. It starts at 7:30 p.m. EDT with live coverage provided by NBCSN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio.
Anthony Alfredo and the Death Wish Coffee Chevrolet Team Showcase Impressive Speed with Sixth-Place Finish in Bristol Motor Speedway Debut
"We had another strong performance tonight in our No. 21 Death Wish Coffee Chevrolet. I believe that was our fifth sixth-place finish of the season. I was fighting really hard for that top-five finish, but also had to play a little defense on the car behind us. Our car was super fast tonight. Everyone at RCR and ECR have done a phenomenal job. I'm just so proud of everyone on our No. 21 team, especially the pit crew tonight. It was tough starting mid-pack and having to drive through everyone to get to the front. We just needed some track position and I really think we could have contended for the win. Overall, I am extremely pleased with our performance. It's hard to be disappointed with another sixth-place finish, but with a car this fast, I know we are capable of more. I'm looking forward to trying to be a few spots better next week at Las Vegas."
The Sept. 25-27 South Point 400 weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will be held with only essential personnel in attendance. Spectators will not be allowed for any of the three races held at the 1.5-mile superspeedway due to Covid-19.
“To say we’re disappointed that we will conduct the South Point 400 playoff weekend without fans would be a gross understatement,” said LVMS President Chris Powell. “Our staff has been working – many of them remotely – since the February Pennzoil 400 to prepare the speedway for our playoff triple-header.
“But we must adhere to Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s directive that limits gatherings due to Covid-19. While we disagree with this policy, we have no choice but to oblige. We certainly regret this situation for the thousands of race fans who won’t be able to attend our NASCAR-weekend events.”
Under the current Nevada re-opening plan, fans are not permitted at sporting events or concerts, and groups are limited to 50 people or fewer.
Race fans holding tickets for the South Point 400 triple header weekend will be contacted by the speedway ticket services department to discuss credits for future races or refunds.
“We’re hopeful that we will be able to welcome all of our fans back for our two race weekends in 2021,” Powell said. “Those dates will be announced soon, and we look forward to getting things back to normal.”
All three events at LVMS will be televised live. The South Point 400 on Sept. 27 will begin at 4 p.m. Pacific Time on NBCSN and the Sept. 26. ALSCO 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race will start at 4:30 p.m. on NBCSN. The World of Westgate 200 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Trucks Series race will be Friday, Sept. 25 on Fox Sports 1.
Joey Gase and Rick Ware Racing Partner with Bare Arms and Legacy Charitable Fund Under the Lights in Bristol
This Saturday night at “The Last Great Colosseum” fans will see the black, blue and green No. 51 Ford Mustang with a new sponsor, Bare Arms Gear.
Bare Arms Gear is a retail store that sells tactical gear, apparel, gun range bags, scopes & optics, holsters, decals, patches, jewelry, and Black Rifle Coffee. They have three current locations for in-store shopping, two of which are in Kentucky and one location in West Virginia, and of course their online store which is https://barearmsgear.com/.
There are four more locations that are coming soon for Bare Arms Gear, including Charlotte, NC. “Unlike large corporate entities, we believe in hiring and employing local residents and when you shop and buy local, you support your local community and those funds go right back into where you live and work,” said Billy Bare owner of Bare Arms.
Another partner for Joey this weekend in Bristol is The Legacy Charitable Fund, a non-profit charity that was founded in 2014. Their sole purpose is to provide Donors the maximum flexibility with their philanthropic desires. The Legacy Charitable Fund offers many advantages that are important to Donors, such as investment growth and when, where, and how much to donate. All of these actions can be made with a contribution to The Legacy Charitable Fund. To find out more please visit http://legacycharitablefund.
Be sure to tune in to The Bass Pro Shops NRA night race this Saturday at 7:30pm ET on NBCSN to see Joey Gase and the No. 51 Bare Arms Gear/Legacy Charitable Fund Ford Mustang in action.