Saturday, August 30, 2014

#NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
Kern County Raceway Park

www.kernraceway.com

Raceday 11 of 14 (2014 Season)


Track Facts

SHAPE: Oval

SURFACE: Asphalt

LENGTH: Half-mile

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West - Kern County Raceway Park
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West - Kern County Raceway Park



TRACK ADDRESS

Interstate 5 and Enos Lane

Bakersfield, CA, 93311

(661) 835-1264

Friday, August 29, 2014

#NASCAR 's Jeff Gordon's
2014 Corvette Raffle

Wow is it that time already! #NASCAR Race Mom better hurry and buy her Raffle Ticket.



Enter now to win Jeff Gordon's personal 2014 Corvette Convertible Stingray with 3LT. And, if winning wasn't enough, all Federal taxes for the Corvette will be paid for as well

Proceeds benefit pediatric cancer research and access to treatment. Each raffle ticket is $100, only 7,500 tickets will be sold. 

The raffle will end on September 29, 2014 or when all tickets have been sold, which ever occurs first. Jeff Gordon will personally hand over the keys to the lucky winner. 


 Click here to buy your tickets



NASCAR Race Mom has her fingers crossed that she be the lucky winner to meet Superstar Gordon and drive home in his Corvette Convertible.  Nevertheless NRM is already a winner knowing that her $100 will help children in need!






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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Pursley and Mayhew to Battle Again
Kern County Raceway Park #knwest

Kern County Raceway Park is one of three tracks to host a pair of K&N West events this season. The series already has made two trips to Iowa Speedway, with a return trip to Phoenix International Raceway set for Thursday, November 6th. 


David Mayhew has 15 #NASCAR Whelen All-American Series victories at   Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield, Calif., but none in two #knwest events at the half-mile track.
David Mayhew has 15 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series victories at
 Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield, Calif., but none in two
NASCAR K&N Pro Series West events at the half-mile track.
(Getty Images for NASCAR)

David Mayhew, coming off his third series win of the season the last time out at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington, came close to a Kern County victory earlier this year. He overtook Greg Pursley for the lead on Lap 114 of the 150-lap event, but a late-race caution changed everything. The Lap 136 caution set up a restart on Lap 142. Mayhew and Pursley waged a side-by-side battle that figured to go all the way to the checkered flag, but as the pair came through Turn 2 on Lap 146, the slowed car of Bill Kann was in Mayhew’s line and he had to put on the brakes to avoid contact. The evasive action dropped Mayhew to fourth in the moment, and Pursley cruised for the final four circuits in the No. 26 GPM/Star Nursery/Real Water Ford to his 19th career victory.

Mayhew would earn back a spot, ultimately finishing third on the evening, but he knew that he missed an opportunity to celebrate in front of a home crowd.

"We gave one away the last time we were there," said Mayhew. "We'd love nothing better than to go to our home track and try and get two in a row."

Mayhew enters the Bakersfield 150 presented by GPS on Saturday in fourth place in the championship standings, trailing points leader Pursley by 40 points. His three victories have come at Stockton (California) 99 Speedway, the May Iowa Speedway event and the last time out at Evergreen Speedway.

K&N Pro Series West points leader Greg Pursley has two victories in two visits to Kern County. He went to Victory Lane in the series’ inaugural event at the .5-mile oval and again earlier this season. Pursley heads to Kern County Raceway Park hoping to bounce back from his worst finish of the season, an 11th place effort at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington. The 2011 series champion had top-five finishes in every event this season before electrical problems caused him to break that streak the last time out. 

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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

#NASCAR Releases 2015 Schedule Of Races

#NASCAR Releases 2015 Schedule Of Races - NASCAR Race Mom


NASCAR released its 2015 schedule of races for all three of its national series on Tuesday, realigning the dates for several tracks, including moving the Southern 500 back to its traditional spot on Labor Day weekend.

Changes for Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway and Darlington Raceway are among the major alterations to the 36-race NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule, plus two non-points events. The season begins Feb. 22 with the season-opening Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway and ends Nov. 22 at Homestead-Miami Speedway, site of the season finale since 2002.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will expand from 22 to 23 races next season, adding an early season date at Atlanta. The NASCAR Nationwide Series, which will gain new title sponsorship in 2015, remains at 33 races. The news was announced Tuesday on FOX Sports 1 and NBC Sports Network.

NASCAR Executive Vice President & Chief Racing Development Officer Steve O'Donnell credited stakeholders across NASCAR with working together to put out all three national series schedules at once in August, earlier than the usual mid-September release date.

"It was really a result of some great collaboration from the entire industry," O'Donnell said. "The tracks recognized this was an opportunity for us if we could collectively, with NBC and FOX coming on board, look at some of the venues that may have had challenged dates and put them in a better position to succeed.

"We also knew that getting the schedule out early for all three series was really important for the fans. If we were able to get that out ahead of time, a lot of our fans plan vacations around races so getting them notice early was really the goal for the entire industry."
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Monday, August 25, 2014

Sunoco Contest Deadline – August 31, 2014

If you haven’t entered the Sunoco Free Fuel 5000 Decal Hunt and GIVEAWAY, you have just six days left to do so.


  • GRAND PRIZES (1): One (1) Grand Prize will be awarded, which will consist of one (1) Sunoco Gift Cards Package, valued at $1,500.

  • DAILY PRIZES (51): A total of fifty-one Daily Prizes will be awarded. Each Daily Prize will consist of one (1) $10 Sunoco Gift Card.


To participate, go to http://www.gosunoco.com/contests-and-sweepstakes/free-fuel-5000/decal-hunt (the "Web Site") during the Promotion Period to gain access to the Sweepstakes entry form. Once there, users will be asked to complete the following two tasks in order to earn an entry:

  1. Register for the Promotion by completing the registration form (required fields include: Full Name, State and Email Address) with your true and correct information. Users will also be asked to provide a URL of the site they are posting the decal to or their social media username.
  2. Post the decal either on a website or social media. If posting to a website, please use the provided embed link. If posting to social media, please use the provided embed functionality. Upon completion, entrants will have the opportunity to share the Promotion with others.

Limit of one (1) entry per person, per email address throughout the Promotion Period.

Just register and share the digital decal on your website, Facebook page, or Twitter to be eligible for the grand prize and daily draws.

Sunoco Online Decal Hunt Sweepstakes ("Promotion") begins at 6:00:00 PM Eastern Time (“ET”) on July 10, 2014 and ends at 11:59:59 PM ET on August 31, 2014 (“Promotion Period”).



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