CV Products Trackside Schedule for October 3-6

CV Products —  October 4, 2013 | Category: Trackside Program | Comment

Things may have come to a standstill in our nation’s capital, but just down the road in Martinsville, Virginia – at Martinsville Speedway – you’ll find nothing but high-octane velocity. The same goes for race tracks in Alton, Virginia; Kansas City, Kansas; and, Dillon, South Carolina. And as you might expect, CV Products’ Trackside Program will once again be “there when you need us.”

Here’s where to find CV Trackside this weekend:

Kansas_Lottery_98_9_Race_LogoKansas Lottery 98.9

With eight ARCA Racing Series race winners entered in today’s Kansas Lottery 98.9 at Kansas Speedway, the competition figures to be fierce not only for victory lane, but for the contingency awards that remain up for grabs, including the tight battle between Justin Boston and Mason Mingus for the SCOTT Rookie Challenge.

  • Series: ARCA Racing
  • When: Friday, Oct. 4
  • Racetrack: Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, KS
  • Live Timing & Scoring: Available on
  • Note: Visit CV Trackside crew in the pits (pit pass required for entry)

KSL 300 on whiteKansas Lottery 300

With only four points separating NASCAR Nationwide Series points leader Sam Hornish Jr. and Austin Dillon, a solid showing in Saturday’s Kansas Lottery 300 at Kansas Speedway could propel the 23-year-old into the lead for the first time since the Watkins Glen race in early August. If Dillon is able to improve upon his finishing position in his only series start at the 1.5-mile track, which came last season, the North Carolina native should find his way into Victory Lane for the first time in 2013 and back atop the standings.

  • Series: NASCAR Nationwide Series
  • When: Saturday, Oct. 5
  • Racetrack: Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, KS
  • Watch it live from your couch: 3:30 PM (ET) on ESPN2
  • Note: Our Trackside crew will be in the pits (pit pass required for entry)

vir_badgeOak Tree Classic at VIR

The second to last event of the final American Le Mans Series season takes the green flag Saturday at historic Virginia International Raceway (VIR) – a 17-turn, 3.27-mile road course. The Oak Tree Grand Prix marks the second visit of the American Le Mans Series to VIR where a year ago Klaus Graf and Lucas Luhr captured the P1 and overall victory. Graf and Luhr are enjoying a dream season that includes seven consecutive victories.

  • Series: American Le Mans Series
  • When: Oct. 3-5
  • Racetrack: Virginia International Raceway – Alton, VA
  • Live timing & scoring online:
  • Television schedule: Sunday, Oct. 6 at 5:30 PM (ET) on ESPN2
  • Note: The Trackside vehicle will be in the pits (pit pass required for entry)

260-PASS-South-Logo-copyWildcat 150

Saturday night’s Wildcat 150, an event name harkening back to races held in the 1970s at Dillon Motor Speedway when the track was dirt, marks a series of firsts for the PASS South brigade. It will be the first time PASS South has ever raced at Dillon during the fall. And it will also be the first time PASS has ever staged more than one Super Late Model race in the same year at the facility. Back in March, Austin Theriault took advantage of slower traffic to edge out veteran Preston Peltier for the win in the closest finish in PASS South history.

  • Series: Pro All Stars Series South
  • When: Saturday, Oct. 5
  • Racetrack: Dillon Motor Speedway – Dillon, SC
  • Note: Find the CV Trackside setup in the pits (pit pass required for entry)

Martinsville_TrackVirginia is for Racing Lovers 300

Sunday, October 6: it’s a date NASCAR Late Model Stock drivers from across the country have had circled on their calendars for months, the date of the Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 at Martinsville Speedway. It is the race that drivers refer to as their Daytona 500 or their Super Bowl. It’s the richest NASCAR Late Model Stock race in the country, $25,000 to the winner, with bonuses that could take it to $35,000. And of course there is the iconic grandfather clock trophy to the winner and the prestige of winning on a track where the history of racing runs so deep. The field is truly a who’s who of NASCAR Late Model racing. Two-time defending NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion Lee Pulliam is entered, as is four-time national champion Philip Morris. Morris is the defending Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 winner; Pulliam won the event two years ago. Morris is the only driver with three Virginia is for Racing Lovers 300 wins to his credit.

  • Series: Whelen All-American Series
  • When: Oct. 4-6
  • Racetrack: Martinsville Speedway – Martinsville, VA
  • Note: We’ll be in the pits with our Trackside offerings (pit pass required for entry)

PrintHollywood Casino 400 Green Flag

For Matt Kenseth, the third time was not the charm. The 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion failed last Sunday to fashion a record, third consecutive victory to start the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup™ but finished seventh to maintain his championship lead. Kenseth, who heads five-time champion Jimmie Johnson by eight points and Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch by 12 markers gets a second shot at a “triple” in Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway (2 p.m. ET, ESPN, Motor Racing Network Radio, SiriusXM Satellite Radio).

  • Series: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
  • When: Sunday, Oct. 6
  • Racetrack: Kansas Speedway – Kansas City, KS
  • Watch the rice live on television: 2 PM (ET) on ESPN
  • Note: Visit CV Trackside crew in the pits (pit pass required for entry)

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