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The sport of racing is possibly the fastest-growing sport in all of America with millions following NASCAR and IRL races each week. As a result, Pro Racing Fans is here for racing fans across the nation to provide updates on open-wheeled racing as well as closed-wheel racing. We feature NASCAR coverage of all of the major events and provide unique articles from our dedicated staff of writers who are racing fans themselves. Browse our site for the latest NASCAR news updates and visit our NASCAR Fathead and NASCAR merchandise pages for the best products available for true racing fans.


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Last season we saw the unthinkable happen!  Tony Stewart won half of the races in the Chase.  We had the perfect scenario to demonstrate what happens when one driver has more wins during the course of the year.  Stewart and Edwards were tied for the lead, with Stewart getting the nod for having five wins to Edward’s one win.  Many writers and fans believed that this would lead to more drivers doing anything it took to getting a win.  We saw some drivers and crew chiefs take crazy chances in …

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Daytona Beach, Fla. (Jan. 30, 2012) — NASCAR and Turner Sports announced today a restructuring and extension of their long-standing digital partnership. The new agreement takes the relationship through 2016, with NASCAR managing business and editorial operations for its digital platforms beginning in 2013 and Turner Sports continuing to oversee advertising sales and sponsorships across NASCAR-branded digital platforms.
“Turner Sports has been, and will continue to be, a great partner for NASCAR,” said Brian France, chairman and chief executive officer of NASCAR. “Taking a leadership role as it relates to our …

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The 54th annual Daytona 500 on Sunday, Feb. 26 – NASCAR’s biggest and most prestigious race – will carry a record purse of more than $19 million as well as a new contingency award that will payout $200,000 to the driver leading at the completion of Lap 100.
The posted awards for “The Great American Race” are $19,142,601 with the winner collecting a minimum of $1,431,325. The second, third, fourth and fifth-place finishers in the Daytona 500 will receive a minimum of $1,050,075, $759,600, $609,900 and $486,550.
The …

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Call it the calm before the storm begins anew. A wildly successful Rolex 24 went into the books this past weekend with Penske Racing’s first-year driver AJ Allmendinger taking the checkered flag for Michael Shank Racing. A harbinger of the season to come, perhaps, the Daytona International Speedway infield was packed with fans before the start of the 50th anniversary of the twice-round-the-clock affair.
Now everyone takes a deep breath before the engines fire again. Speedweeks 2012 resume on Friday, Feb. 17, when practice gets underway for the Budweiser Shootout. The …

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (January 29, 2012) — In his ninth try at winning North America’s most prestigious sports car race, team owner Michael Shank put his faith in a NASCAR driver. And that driver –- A.J. Allmendinger –- put in three grueling hours at the wheel of the No. 60 Michael Shank Racing with Curb-Agajanian Ford/Riley Daytona Prototype to win the 50th Anniversary Rolex 24 at Daytona.

AJ Allmendinger

Allmendinger, who recently signed to drive for legendary owner Roger Penske in the NASCAR Sprint Car Series and was in his seventh run …