CV Products Trackside Tours Six Racetracks This Weekend

CV Products —  September 19, 2013 | Category: Trackside Program | Comment

CV Everything Racing LogoWe’ve got a half dozen races on the agenda for this weekend, including a Pro All Stars Series in Hickory, N.C., in which CV Products is the title sponsor. We’ll tell you more about that race on the legendary Hickory Motor Speedway later, but know this: We’ll have our semi-trailers filled with racing parts and accessories at all six venues between now and Sunday, in case you think we’re playing favorites. But if you are at the Hickory track, stop by and tell us what great sponsors we are. See you at the races!


Aaron Grosskopf, the 23-year-old founder of, is the grand marshal for Friday’s ZLOOP 150 at the Kentucky Speedway. Aaron was diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a tot, but works today to help the disabled get behind a wheel and race. His friendship with ARCA rookie Justin Boston led to this honor on Friday. involves the disabled with simulated racing.

  • Series: ARCA
  • When: Friday, Sept. 20
  • Racetrack: Kentucky Speedway
  • Location: Sparta, Kentucky
  • Note: CV’s trailer is in the pits and available for people with pit passes only
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Hickory_Motor_SpeedwayOver The Mountain 150 Presented By CV Products

Saturday night’s Over The Mountain 150 Presented By CV Products – yes, that CV Products – promises some competitive PASS South Super Late Model and PASS Pro Late Model teams on the .363-mile track, including defending Super Late Model Champion Kyle Grissom. In fact, Grissom made his stock car racing debut at Hickory back in 2004, so you might count this venue among his favorites.

Circut_Americas2013 Circuit of the Americas

Three days of racing and entertainment are on the board for this weekend, including the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patrón on Friday and Saturday, and the six-hour Circuit of the Americans on Sunday, presented by the FIA World Endurance Championship Series (WEC). In addition to racing, the racetrack offers a street-bike freestyle demonstration by Aaron Colton, along with world-class Formula DRIFT demonstrations, driver autograph sessions, a fan forum featuring a driver Q&A, and a kid’s festival stocked with carnival rides, games and concessions that’s free to ticket holders.

  • Series: American Le Mans Series
  • When: Thursday, Sept. 19 to Saturday, Sept. 21
  • Racetrack: Circuit of the Americas
  • Location: Austin, Texas
  • Note: CV’s trailer is in the pits and available for people with pit passes only
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nap100_black-main_250x150North American Power 100

This marks the third to the last race of the season for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and will be the last visit to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway this year. The series has been coming here for 23 years, and past winners include Martin Truex Jr. and Joey Logano. Kyle Larson won this event last year and is now a full-time driver in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.

kentucky300thumbKENTUCKY 300

Saturday marks the return of the NASCAR Nationwide Series to Kentucky Speedway for the Kentucky 300 with Sam Hornish hoping to stretch his lead over Austin Dillon in the points race. The race is the series’ sixth and final standalone event of 2013, and Hornish and Dillon are looking pretty good considering there aren’t any NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers in the field. A win here on Saturday could greatly assist either driver in the final seven races of the season.

sylvania300thumb1SYLVANIA 300 

Denny Hamlin has earned a spot in the NASCAR postseason seven times in the past seven years, but in this, his eighth year, his luck — or talent — ran out. Joining him in defeat is Brian Vickers, another racer who won’t be competing for the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup. But they’ll both be at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway this Sunday, hoping for a win and the chance to be a spoiler.

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