Saturday, December 27, 2014

Welcome Owen Miyata Larson (#nascar)

Owen Miyata Larson

Owen Miyata Larson was born at 11:09 p.m. on 12/22/20014 at the Lake Norman Regional Medical Center.  He weighed seven pounds fourteen ounces and measured nineteen and a half inches long.

Dad, Rookie of the Year driver, Kyle Larson finished the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup season in seventeenth place (the highest a non-Chase driver could finish)  He had eight top-fives and seventeen top-ten finishes.

Mom,  Katelyn Sweet is the sister of Brad Sweet, a sprint-car racer who also has competed in NASCAR.  Owen is the couple's first child.

Congratulations to the 'Rookie' Mom and Dad!



Owen Miyata Larson



Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Who’s NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver?

Who’s NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver?

For the 12 th -straight year, Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been named the recipient of the 2014 Sprint NMPA Most Popular Driver award
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Best Quotes From Champion's Week

Best Quotes From Champion's Week

"It's the last good relationship he's got." -- Denny Hamlin on Brad Keselowski and his girlfriend
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Meet the Next Miss Coors Light!

Meet the Next Miss Coors Light!

Miss Kentucky USA 2012, Amanda Mertz, was introduced at Champion's Week Live at The LINQ in Las Vegas
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Friday, December 5, 2014

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champ Kevin Harvick is a...

2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champ Kevin Harvick is a...

Harvick discusses his second full-time job at KHI Management, a creative venture linking NASCAR to UFC and more
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After the 1983 season, Dale Earnhardt Sr. returned to Richard Childress Racing, replacing Ricky Rudd in the #3.  Wrangler sponsored the team. During the 1984 and 1985 seasons, Earnhardt Sr. occupied victory lane six times, and  finished fourth, then eighth in the season standings, respectively.

Team Owner Richard Childress considered the legendary NASCAR Driver a great personal friend. In the thirteen years since Dale Earnhardt died in a wreck at the 2001 Daytona 500, Childress honors that relationship by sending a beautiful bouquet of flowers to Martha Earnhardt, Dale Earnhardt's mother each and every month.