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Roush Fenway Racing has been recognized for outstanding achievement by the prestigious MarCom Awards. The team has been awarded a pair of MarCom Awards for its marketing and communications efforts in 2017. The organization received a Platinum Award in the category of ‘Traditional and Social Media Campaign’ for its #DrivenForACause campaign highlighting Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition, Roush Fenway was awarded a Gold Award in the ‘Integrated Marketing’ category for its joint #RaceWithRicky promotion with SunnyD. The team also garnered Honorable Mention for its #DriveYourHealth campaign promoting healthy living and fitness, with driver Ryan Reed.

“It’s a major emphasis of our marketing and communication groups to design and implement creative marketing programs for our team and partners and we are pleased to see our hard work and achievements recognized by the

MarCom Awards panel,” said Roush Fenway president Steve Newmark. “In a competitive market such as ours, we understand that brands have choices as to where they invest their marketing dollars, and we are especially proud of our continued ability to provide added marketing services, visibility and solutions to our partner’s brands.”

MarCom Awards is an international creative competition that recognizes outstanding achievement by marketing and communications professionals. The awards received over 6,500 entries this year, with only 17 percent awarded Platinum status by earning the highest distinction as ‘the most outstanding entries in the competition.’ Platinum Winners are recognized for ‘their excellence in terms of quality, creativity and resourcefulness.’

The #DrivenForACause campaign utilized social media and at track assets to promote awareness of childhood and breast cancer throughout the months of September and October. The social campaign reached over two million people, and many more through decals and pink numbers seen on all Roush Fenway cars. As part of the campaign, an authentic car hood was signed by each employee at Roush Fenway to be donated to the local ‘Prayers for Elijah Foundation’, which supports kids, families and childhood cancer research.

The #RaceWithRicky promotion challenged fans with social media and retail branded packaging to enter a contest where the grand prize winner received a trip to Charlotte to race go-karts against Ricky Stenhouse Jr and attend Charlotte race weekend in October. The #DriveYourHealth campaign utilized videos and giveaways to encourage NASCAR fans to be active and live a healthy lifestyle throughout the season.

Roush Fenway Racing has now won a total of five MarCom Platinum Awards since 2011, when it took home its first Platinum for the famed ‘Ricky vs. Trevor’ campaign. The team also brought home Platinum Awards for its ‘Let Ricky Race’ campaign in 2013, as well as the #RFRTruckin campaign and Social ‘Jack’ Icon branding platform in 2016. The team has also won Gold Awards for ’25 Winning Years’, ‘RFRDriven’ and the Pillow Pets NASCAR Launch.

Earlier this year, Roush Fenway named a finalist for two PR News Platinum Awards, and took home top honors in the Speech Campaign category.

MarCom Awards is administered and judged by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals. The international organization consists of several thousand creative professionals. The Association oversees awards and recognition programs, provides judges and sets standards for excellence. Judges are industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry.

MarCom entries come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers. The competition has grown to one of the largest of its kind, with winners ranging in size from individual communicators to media conglomerates and Fortune 500 companies.

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As Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series teams visit the “Valley of the Sun” for the penultimate race of the 2017 season, Danica Patrick and the No. 10 Code 3 Associates Ford Fusion team for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) will be looking for another solid finish in the Can-Am 500k at Phoenix Raceway.

 

Patrick enters Sunday’s race on the heels of back-to-back top-20 efforts after finishing 17th at both Martinsville (Va.) Speedway and Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth. The efforts marked a positive turn for Patrick after three consecutive races that saw her hopes of a top-20 finish dashed when her No. 10 Ford was collected by late-race accidents, resulting DNFs each time.

 

As Patrick returns to Phoenix, she brings experience from competing in three different series at the mile oval: the NASCAR Cup Series, the NASCAR Xfinity Series and the IndyCar Series. In her lone IndyCar start at Phoenix in 2005, Patrick finished 15th. She has competed in five Xfinity Series races at Phoenix and earned a 10th-place result in November 2012. Patrick has made 10 NASCAR Cup Series starts at the track and scored her best finish there – a 16th-place effort – after overcoming a pit-road penalty in November 2015. 

 

In March, Patrick started 26th and finished 22nd in the NASCAR Cup Series race. She struggled with the car’s handling for much of the race but was able to rally from 28th to 22nd in the final 60 laps.

 

With two races remaining in the 2017 season, Patrick has earned one top-10 and 14 top-20 finishes so far this year. Heading into this weekend at Phoenix, the Code 3 Associates Ford team is looking to close out the season strong and it has great hopes that a return to the “Valley of the Sun” will result in a solid performance. 

 

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Today, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team Germain Racing announces that their 2018 No. 13 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 program will be led by a new crew chief to be announced at a later date.
 
Crew chief Robert "Bootie" Barker will remain in his role for the No. 13 GEICO / GEICO Military Chevrolet, driven by Ty Dillon, for the duration of the 2017 season but will not be with Germain Racing in 2018.
 
For more information on Germain Racing, visit GermainRacing.com or follow the team on Twitter @GermainRacing or Facebook.com/GermainRacing.
 
Germain Racing PR

Furniture Row Racing announced that Auto-Owners Insurance has increased its 2018 primary sponsorship package from six to eight races on Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 78 Toyota Camry.

With the addition of the two Auto-Owners Insurance primary races, Truex’s Furniture Row Racing Camry will be fully sponsored for all 38 events in 2018, including 36 NASCAR Cup Series point races, The Clash at Daytona and the All-Star Race at Charlotte.  Auto-Owners joins Bass Pro Shops and 5-hour ENERGY as primary sponsors on the No. 78 Toyota next season.

Auto-Owners Insurance became a primary sponsor of Furniture Row Racing in 2016. The blue Auto-Owners Insurance Toyota has had its share of success on the track, scoring three wins – one in 2016 (at Darlington) and two this season – at Kansas in May and Charlotte in October.  Auto-Owners will be the primary sponsor on the No. 78 for this weekend’s NASCAR Cup Series race in Phoenix.

Auto-Owners Insurance provides auto, home, life and business coverage for NASCAR fans and customers through local, independent agents in 26 states. The Fortune 500 company is based in Lansing, Mich.

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Barney Visser
Owner, Furniture Row Racing
“Our partnership with Auto-Owners Insurance keeps on growing and we’re thrilled to have them as a key member of our family of sponsors,” said Barney Visser, owner of Furniture Row Racing. “Auto-Owners not only puts its name on the car but they also use the sponsorship to generate creative company promotions around the team. It’s been a win, win partnership and that’s the way it should be.”

Martin Truex Jr.
Driver, No. 78 Toyota Camry
“Auto-Owners Insurance has been a great partner,” said Truex. “I personally appreciate all they have done to activate the program. And how about that No. 78 Auto-Owners blue car. There sure is something special about that paint scheme. It seems like every time the blue car is a primary we either win or are close to winning. I also want to thank Auto-Owners employees for the Ride with Martin campaign that generated $75,000 to the Martin Truex Jr. Foundation.”

FRR PR

Team Penske and Alliance Truck Parts announced today that the commercial transportation parts company has agreed to a multiyear extension that will continue its relationship with the No. 2 Ford Fusion team and driver Brad Keselowski through the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season and beyond. Alliance Truck Parts will again be featured as the primary sponsor for six MENCS races on the No. 2 Ford next season and will serve as an associate sponsor on the car for the remaining events in 2018.

“Alliance Truck Parts has been an important partner for Team Penske since 2013 and we are excited to welcome them back to the No. 2 Ford for next season,” said Roger Penske. “We have developed a comprehensive partnership with Alliance Truck Parts both on and off the track, working toward wins and championships in NASCAR and on transportation opportunities through our other businesses. It’s exciting to know we will continue to build on our success together in 2018.”

Team Penske and Alliance Truck Parts formed an alliance in 2013 when the industry-leading parts brand sponsored the No. 12 Ford Mustang driven by 2006 Indianapolis 500 winner, Sam Hornish Jr., for 17 races in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Alliance Truck Parts took its partnership with the team to the next level in the Cup Series in 2014 with an eight-race sponsorship of the No. 2 Ford Fusion driven by 2012 Cup champion Keselowski.

Team Penske and Alliance Truck Parts have continued to build upon that relationship over the last three MENCS seasons.

“Team Penske is a first-class organization led by one of the true business and racing icons in our country – Roger Penske,” said Brad Williamson, Brand Manager for Alliance Truck Parts. “The team takes great pride in its attention to detail, its professionalism and its commitment to winning. That is why Team Penske has been so successful and we strive to operate and produce with that level of detail and commitment. We appreciate that this partnership continues to deliver for both of our organizations.”

One of the biggest milestones in the 51-year history of Team Penske helped highlight the bond between Alliance Truck Parts and the team. When Keselowski drove to Victory Lane at Daytona International Speedway in July of 2016 racing the No. 2 Ford sponsored by Alliance Truck Parts associate, Detroit Genuine Parts, it represented Team Penske’s 100th NASCAR Cup Series victory.

The first race for the No. 2 Alliance Truck Parts Ford Fusion will take place on Sunday, March 11 at the newly-named ISM Raceway in Phoenix.

Team Penske PR

With three races remaining in the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Ty Dillon and Germain Racing looked to kick off the final stretch with a solid result at Texas Motor Speedway. After a tough start to the 500-mile event on Sunday afternoon, Dillon received rear end damage to the No. 13 GEICO Military Chevrolet on lap 93. Despite repairs and a lack of track position placing the rookie towards the rear of the field, Dillon fought back to cross the finish line in the 24th position.
 
"Today didn't go very well for our GEICO Military team," said Dillon, after the race. "We got damage early but we weren't very good to begin with, so it didn't really matter. We are trying to work through some things as a team, but at the end of the day, we did what we could to use strategy and get a solid finish. While it wasn't the day we needed, we will keep working hard and I feel confident in our GEICO team that we will get it turned around."
 
After rolling from the 27th starting position, Dillon quickly gained five spots to take over  22nd-place. However within 15 laps, the GEICO Military Chevrolet developed a "loose in, tight off" handling condition, which saw Dillon drop to the 27th position. As adjustments started to help the young gun, the No. 13 machine received rear end damage as another competitor ran into the back of Dillon when a caution occurred on lap 93. Although repairs shuffled Dillon's track position, the Germain Racing team continued to steadily work their way back into the top-25. As the checkered flag flew in the Lone Star State, Dillon brought home a 24th-place finish.
 
Dillon and the No. 13 GEICO Racing team will continue their trek west to Arizona, as the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series takes to Phoenix Raceway on Friday, November 10th for opening practice at 1:00PM ET, with qualifying scheduled to take place later that evening at 6:45PM ET.
 
The green flag will fly for the Can-Am 500 on Sunday, November 12th at 2:30 pm ET. NBC will carry the live television broadcast, with the Motor Racing Network and Sirius XM NASCAR Radio Channel 90 carrying the live radio broadcast.
 
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StarCom Racing will attempt its second race of the season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series this weekend with veteran driver, Derrike Cope, at the wheel of the 00 Chevy for the Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway starting at 2:30pm ET on NBC.

Cope will display the StarCom Fiber logo as the primary sponsor on the hood of the 00 along with returning Co-Primary sponsor and longtime Cope partner, Ashurst American Honey, on the quarter panels for this weekend’s 500 mile event.

“We are thrilled to be back on the track to showcase our team’s potential in Phoenix,” says Matthew Kohler President of StarCom Racing & StarCom Fiber. “We are excited to kick off our relationship with Ashurst American Honey who has had a long standing partnership with Derrike Cope. Developing these partnerships are pivotal to the success of our organization.”

Ashurst American Honey produces, packages and distributes honey throughout the western United States. Many notable food producers use this premium American Bee made honey in breads, cereals and many other backing items. You can get a taste of it all at www.AshurstAmericanHoney.com.

“I am honored to have Ashurst American Honey on the car again for the Phoenix race! We have been friends with the Ashurst family for a long time and we are thrilled to bring them with us to SCR this year! Phoenix is one of my best tracks and I look forward to this weekend,” says Derrike Cope, StarCom Racing driver and team manager.

StarCom Fiber, a telecommunications company based in New Jersey, services all of the Tri-State area and beyond. StarCom Fiber specializes in cable placement and network development as well as complete fiber optic splicing and testing. StarCom has a full-service engineering and CAD division and a management team whose dedication to customer satisfaction leads the industry. Race fans can learn more about StarCom Fiber by visiting www.StarComFiber.com can engage with StarCom on Facebook at www.facebook.com/StarComFiberLLC, Instagram: @StarComFiber, and Twitter: @starcomfiber https://twitter.com/StarComFiber

StarCom Racing PR

When USA Network decided to leverage NASCAR to promote DAMNATION – its new television series about America’s heartland in the 1930s that premieres at 10 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Nov. 7 – it seemed natural to pick Clint Bowyer, driver of the No. 14 Ford Fusion for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR).

 

The gregarious 38-year-old from Emporia, Kansas, is an active ranch owner and farmer who in life and racing never ventures far from his rural roots. Few in the sport relish America’s heartland and history more than the eight-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race winner who replaced three-time series champion Tony Stewart in the No. 14 machine after Stewart retired from driving upon the conclusion of the 2016 season.

 

“We think Clint and his fans will really love DAMNATION,” said Jason Holzman, SVP and Head of Creative, USA Network and SYFY. “Set in the heartland of Depression-era America, the series tells the story of people who took on big government and big business in a fight for our country’s future. We can’t wait to introduce the action and excitement of DAMNATION to the NASCAR track.”

 

Bowyer’s No. 14 Ford Fusion will carry a red and grey paint scheme promoting the television series during the Can-Am 500k race weekend Nov. 10-12 at Phoenix Raceway.

 

“This sounds like it’s going to be a pretty cool television show,” said Bowyer, who said he plans to watch the series premiere Tuesday. “I know NASCAR fans will tune in. If we can run well at Phoenix and get the show a lot of attention, we’ll deliver an even bigger audience for the folks at USA Network.”

 

DAMNATION is an epic saga about the secret history of the 1930s American heartland, focusing on the mythic conflict and bloody struggle between big money and the downtrodden. Tuesday’s pilot introduces Seth Davenport (Killian Scott), a man masquerading as a small-town Iowa preacher in the hopes of starting a full-blown insurrection against the status quo. Focused on his mission, he is unaware that an industrialist tycoon has hired a professional strikebreaker named Creeley Turner (Logan Marshall-Green) to stop the uprising by any means necessary. Unbeknownst to those around them, these two men already share a secret and bloody past.

 

The series also stars Sarah Jones, Chasten Harmon, Melinda Page Hamilton, Christopher Heyerdahl and Joe Adler. From executive producers Tony Tost (Longmire), Adam Kane (American Gods), James Mangold (Logan) Guymon Casady (Game of Thrones) and Daniel Rappaport (Office Space) on behalf of Entertainment 360, the pilot was written and created by Tost and directed by Kane. Universal Cable Productions co-produces the series with Netflix, which will have first-run rights to the series outside of the U.S.

 

Bowyer should be near the front of the field in the Can-Am 500k. He owns two top-five and six top-10 finishes in 24 career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts at Phoenix, and he comes to the penultimate race of the year hungry for a win, having come tantalizingly close already in 2017 with three second-place finishes and two third-place drives, the most recent coming Oct. 29 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.

 

The Can-Am 500k can be seen live on NBC beginning at 2:30 p.m. EST and heard live on MRN Radio and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Channel 90.

 

Bowyer said there’s an added bonus of having the new series on his car at Phoenix.

 

“I already think the title DAMNATION is pretty cool,” he laughed. “I get to say the word ‘damnation’ now and nobody can get mad at me for cursing.”

 

TSC PR

Roush Fenway Racing will honor longtime competitor and partner Robert Yates at Phoenix Raceway with a tribute paint scheme on Ricky Stenhouse’s No. 17 Ford Fusion. The scheme, inspired by Yates’ 1991 and 1992 victories at the Arizona track, honors the NASCAR Hall of Famer’s career and lasting legacy in the sport.

“The entire NASCAR Community has lost a pillar of our sport with the passing of Robert Yates,” Jack Roush said. “Robert was true to all he held dear - a fierce competitor, a dedicated and inspired leader and a passionate family man. For me he was the type of competitor that brought out the best in everyone around him and he was a wonderful partner and friend. I am very fortunate to have been able to team up with, and learn from, Robert Yates.”         

Yates, who passed away after a battle with liver cancer in October, was selected for induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame class of 2018 in May. His Robert Yates Racing team, which will be featured on the hood of Stenhouse’s car, won 57 races and 48 pole positions in nearly twenty years of racing.

“Our family would like to thank everyone at Roush Fenway Racing for the special paint scheme at Phoenix International Raceway to honor my dad Robert Yates and his legendary career in NASCAR,” Doug Yates, President and CEO of Roush Yates Engines, said.

Robert Yates and Roush Fenway team owner Jack Roush partnered together in 2003 to form Roush Yates Engines, the exclusive provider of engines for Ford NASCAR teams. The two legendary engine builders combined forces have led to 268 NASCAR race wins and nine championships.

“It’s really cool to be able to honor Robert with our car in Phoenix,” Stenhouse said. “He’s meant so much to NASCAR, and to have him ride along with us this weekend will be really special for everyone at the shop.”

RFR PR

Michael McDowell earned his best finish at Leavine Family Racing’s (LFR) home track of Texas Motor Speedway.

McDowell and the team were confident heading into the AAA Texas 500 weekend, as they qualified 13th at the 1.5-mile track back in April. McDowell made it to the second round of qualifying this time around, and earned the team a 23rd place starting position for Sunday’s race. Though he finished final practice 24th fastest, there was optimism in the gains they made throughout the entire weekend.

As the AAA Texas 500 began, McDowell quickly moved up into the Top-20 but reported a tight-handling No. 95 Rohto® Jolt™ Chevrolet. With under 60 laps in the first stage, he was able to find more grip in the car. McDowell led four laps in the stage as the green flag pit stops cycled through. He pitted for right side tires and fuel on lap 60, and went on to finish the stage in 23rd.

The team debated pitting under caution, but decided to wait and make one stop during the second stage in order to make it to the end of the segment. Fortunately, a caution came out just after the start of the stage, allowing McDowell to pit for four tires under caution. He restarted 19th before making his final green flag stop of the second stage on lap 153 for right side tires.

McDowell finished the second stage in 23rd and planned on taking the wave around, as he had gone down a lap during the stage. He was then forced to pit, as one of the lead lap cars decided not to pit, eliminating the wave around option. McDowell began the final stage 25th and still one lap down.

McDowell made it to lap 234 until he lost control of his No. 95 Rohto® Jolt™ Chevy and spun. Though he made no contact and was able to pit for fresh tires, he lost one lap in the process. He restarted 28th and two laps down.

McDowell made it up to 22nd where he was the first car two laps down. He was able to take the wave around during the seventh caution of the race, putting him only one lap down. He raced into the Lucky Dog spot for a time, but did not get a caution when he needed it.

The final caution fell with just over 50 laps remaining, and red flagged the field for cleanup. As the yellow flag fell, McDowell made his final pit stop for four tires. Although McDowell was running Top-12 lap times during the final 25 laps, he ran out of time and crossed the start / finish line in 21st, earning his best finish at Texas.

“That was a hard-fought race,” said McDowell. “The last few weeks have not come easy for everyone at LFR. We still managed to get a solid finish. We had a spin there – I’m not sure if I got into some oil or the right rear went flat, but we were lucky to not hit anything. We lost a couple laps there to try and manage the damage, but everyone did a great job and fought back. We almost got to the lucky dog spot, but a caution just didn’t fall when we needed it to.”

LFR PR

Together with FOX, NBC, race teams and tracks, NASCAR today unveiled 2018 race start times and network coverage for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™, including the DAYTONA 500® on FOX and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship on NBC.

As noted in the previously released schedule dates, key changes include the return of the DAYTONA 500 to President’s Day weekend for the historic 60th running of The Great American Race®. Additionally, the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs will begin at Las Vegas Motor Speedway® and include the Charlotte Motor Speedway® road course as part of the first round.

“Feedback from our fans, along with insight from teams, tracks and our broadcast partners was key to identifying the most ideal start time for each race,” said Steve Herbst, senior vice president, broadcasting and production at NASCAR. “Every race weekend is unique, so considering fan and industry input alongside each event’s nuances allows us to balance interests on all sides.”

The 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season officially returns on February 18 with the DAYTONA 500. Tune-in at 2:30 p.m. ET on FOX, MRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio, channel 90, or visit NASCAR.com/tickets to catch all the action in-person. 

2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Schedule

Date

Location

Network

Race Start

Radio

2/11

Daytona 500 Qualifying at

Daytona International Speedway

FOX

12 p.m. ET

MRN

2/11

The Clash at

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

3 p.m. ET

MRN

2/15

The Duel at

Daytona International Speedway

FS1

7 p.m. ET

MRN

2/18

DAYTONA 500 at

Daytona International Speedway

FOX

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

2/25

Atlanta Motor Speedway

FOX

2 p.m. ET

PRN

3/4

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

FOX

3:30 p.m. ET

PRN

3/11

Phoenix Raceway

FOX

3:30 p.m. ET

MRN

3/18

Auto Club Speedway

FOX

3:30 p.m. ET

MRN

3/25

Martinsville Speedway

FS1

2 p.m. ET

MRN

4/8

Texas Motor Speedway

FS1

2 p.m. ET

PRN

4/15

Bristol Motor Speedway

FOX

2 p.m. ET

PRN

4/21

Richmond International Raceway

FOX

6:30 p.m. ET

MRN

4/29

Talladega Superspeedway

FOX

2 p.m. ET

MRN

5/6

Dover International Speedway

FS1

2 p.m. ET

MRN

5/12

Kansas Speedway

FS1

8 p.m. ET

MRN

5/19

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FS1

6 p.m. ET

MRN

5/19

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FS1

8 p.m. ET

MRN

5/27

Charlotte Motor Speedway

FOX

6 p.m. ET

PRN

6/3

Pocono Raceway

FS1

2 p.m. ET

MRN

6/10

Michigan International Speedway

FOX

2 p.m. ET

MRN

6/24

Sonoma Raceway

FS1

3 p.m. ET

PRN

7/1

Chicagoland Speedway

NBCSN

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

7/7

Daytona International Speedway

NBC

7 p.m. ET

PRN

7/14

Kentucky Speedway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m. ET

PRN

7/22

New Hampshire Motor Speedway

NBCSN

2 p.m. ET

PRN

7/29

Pocono Raceway

NBCSN

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

8/5

Watkins Glen International

NBC

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

8/12

Michigan International Speedway

NBCSN

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

8/18

Bristol Motor Speedway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m. ET

PRN

9/2

Darlington Raceway

NBCSN

6 p.m. ET

MRN

9/9

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

NBCSN

2 p.m. ET

IMS

9/16

Las Vegas Motor Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m. ET

PRN

9/22

Richmond International Raceway

NBCSN

7:30 p.m. ET

MRN

9/30

Charlotte Motor Speedway

NBC

2 p.m. ET

PRN

10/7

Dover International Speedway

NBCSN

2 p.m. ET

MRN

10/14

Talladega Superspeedway

NBC

2 p.m. ET

MRN

10/21

Kansas Speedway

NBC

2 p.m. ET

MRN

10/28

Martinsville Speedway

NBCSN

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

11/4

Texas Motor Speedway

NBCSN

3 p.m. ET

PRN

11/11

Phoenix Raceway

NBC

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

11/18

Homestead Miami Speedway

NBC

2:30 p.m. ET

MRN

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