Richmond International Heads the List on CV Products’ Trackside Road Trip

CV Products —  April 26, 2013 | Category: Trackside Program | Comment

rich_intl_raceway_cOur crew and tractor-trailers full of high performance auto racing parts will be out in force this Friday through Sunday at events in Virginia, Georgia and Indiana. As usual, if you have a pit pass, we invite you to stop by see what we’ve got to offer in the way of gear and garb out of those gigantic 53-foot-long trailers. See you on race day!

ToyotaCare 250

ncr_toyotacare250_logo_4cIn Richmond on Friday, Kyle Busch will attempt the rare feat of winning his fourth consecutive race. So far, Sam Ard is the only driver who’s done it — and that was way back in 1983! Meanwhile, Jeffrey Earnhardt (the son of Kerry Earnhardt and grandson of the late Dale Earnhardt), will pilot the No. 5 JR Motorsports Chevrolet Friday for 10-time NMPA Most Popular driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. — who just happens to be his uncle.

Toyota Owners 400

ncr_toyotaowners_logo_4c_Drivers for Richard Childress Racing have yet to score a top five finish this year, but that could change at RCR-friendly Richmond. Kevin Harvick won at Richmond in a Chevrolet in 2011 — the only non-Toyota victory in the past eight Richmond races. And in last year’s fall Richmond race, both Harvick and Virginia native Jeff Burton scored Top 10 finishes. Meanwhile, Mr. “Win or Go Home,” Kyle Busch, is approaching two impressive laps-led milestones going into Richmond. With three more laps led, he’ll reach 9,000 laps led in the NSCS. And he’s nearing the 25,000 laps-led mark in his NASCAR career. He’s currently at 24,837, needing 163 laps led to reach 25K.

Racing Radios 125 Lap Southern Super Series Late Model Event presented by Schoenfeld Headers

The first Southern Super Series race in Nashville earlier this month was a huge success and Bubba Pollard made history by winning the first Southern Super Series Race event. But a pair of young racers will be out to do damage on Saturday. This will be Ross Kenseth’s first chance at a SSS victory and Daniel Hemric’s first shot at dethroning Pollard from atop the series’ standings. Kenseth is fresh off a stellar 2012 campaign that saw him capture wins in three of the short track racing’s marquee events, and Hemric dominated the 2012 JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, winning eight of the series’ 14 events.

Kentuckiana Ford Dealers ARCA 200 presented by Crosley Radio

With nine national championships in the ARCA Racing Series, Frank Kimmel makes his 39th ARCA start on Salem Speedway’s short track on Sunday. And if that doesn’t get your attention, he’s also the all-time ARCA winner at Salem with nine wins. Plus, Salem’s his home track, seeing as how he lives only a half hour away. The bad news is this: Kimmel hasn’t been to Victory Lane at Salem since September of 2008. Keep an eye on No. 44!

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