Category Archives: Chevrolet Racing

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Kansas Preview

TEAM CHEVY ADVANCE
HOLLYWOOD CASINO 400
KANSAS SPEEDWAY
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
OCTOBER 21, 2018

BOWTIE BULLETS
CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE:
Chevrolet leads all other manufacturers with 11 victories at Kansas Speedway. Five different drivers piloting four different nameplates have taken their Chevrolet race cars to Winner’s Circle at the 1.5-mile track. Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Kansas Preview

Chevrolet Scores 300th Victory in Pro Stock Category

CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
NHRA CAROLINA NATIONALS
ZMAX DRAGWAY IN CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA
SUNDAY, OCT. 14, 2018

Chevrolet Scores 300th Victory in Pro Stock Category

• Jason Line’s 50th career win supplies Chevy milestone
• No. 1 qualifier Brittany Force is runner-up in Top Fuel
• Robert Hight retains Funny Car points lead

CONCORD, N.C. (Oct. 14, 2018) – A personal milepost for Jason Line supplied Chevrolet with a National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) milestone in the NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway. Continue reading Chevrolet Scores 300th Victory in Pro Stock Category

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega Post Race

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BULBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER POST RACE NOTES AND QUOTES
OCTOBER 14, 2018

TOP TEAM CHEVY UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS:
POS. DRIVER (* =Playoff Contender)
6TH AJ ALLMENDINGER, NO. 47 KROGER CLICKLIST CAMARO ZL1
7TH JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWE’S FOR PROS CAMARO ZL1
10TH REGAN SMITH, NO. 95 PROCORE CAMARO ZL1
11TH *KYLE LARSON, NO. 42 CREDIT ONE BANK CAMARO ZL1
12TH BRENDAN GAUGHAN, NO. 62 BEARD OIL DIST./SOUTH POINT HOTEL AND CASINO CAMARO ZL1 Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega Post Race

CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION NHRA CAROLINA NATIONALS

CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION
NHRA CAROLINA NATIONALS
ZMAX DRAGWAY IN CONCORD, NORTH CAROLINA
POST-RACE DRIVER QUOTES
SUNDAY, OCT. 14, 2018

An interview with Pro Stock winner JASON LINE, KB RACING, SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT CHEVROLET CAMARO SS (No.  5 qualifier; 48th career Pro Stock win and 50th overall; competed in 99th career Pro Stock final and 895 career rounds; has won a race in 15 Pro Stock seasons in a row; 149th win for KB Racing; 10th different winner in class for Chevrolet this season; ties Andrew Hines for 13th on all-time pro win list): Continue reading CHEVROLET RACING IN NATIONAL HOT ROD ASSOCIATION NHRA CAROLINA NATIONALS

Acura, Legge, MSR Take GTD Title Fight To the Finish

Acura, Legge, MSR Take GTD Title Fight To the Finish

  • Second-place GTD finish for Katherine Legge and Alvaro Parente in season finale
  • Effort leaves Legge and Meyer Shank Racing four points short of championship
  • Acura Team Penske recovers for fifth-place Prototype result following mid-race penalty
  • 2019 Acura NSX GT3 Evo unveiled at Road Atlanta

 

BRASELTON, GA (October 13, 2018) –Katherine Legge and her Meyer Shank Racing team fought all the way to the checkers Saturday at Road Atlanta, with a second-place finish in their #86 Acura NSX GT3, leaving them second in the GTD championship following the season-ending Petit Le Mans endurance contest. Continue reading Acura, Legge, MSR Take GTD Title Fight To the Finish

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: GTLM Title for Garcia, Magnussen Gavin, Milner, Fässler second in Petit Le Mans on drama-filled day

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: GTLM Title for Garcia, Magnussen
Gavin, Milner, Fässler second in Petit Le Mans on drama-filled day

BRASELTON, Ga. (Oct. 13, 2018) – Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen won their second straight IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship GT Le Mans (GTLM) Driver title Saturday, and in true Corvette Racing fashion it was a team effort. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: GTLM Title for Garcia, Magnussen Gavin, Milner, Fässler second in Petit Le Mans on drama-filled day

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Quick Championship Quotes

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Quick Championship Quotes

BRASELTON, Ga. (Oct. 13, 2018) – Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen won their second straight IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GT Le Mans (GTLM) Driver title Saturday following the 10-hour Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Quick Championship Quotes

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Qualifying

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BULBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY QUALIFYING NOTES AND QUOTES
OCTOBER 13, 2018

TOP TEAM CHEVY UNOFFICIAL QUALIFYING RESULTS:
POS.   DRIVER (* = Playoff Contender)
5TH       *CHASE ELLIOTT, NO. 9 NAPA NIGHTVISION LAMPS CAMARO ZL1
6TH        JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWE’S FOR PROS CAMARO ZL1
7TH       *ALEX BOWMAN, NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CAMARO ZL1
8TH       WILLIAM BYRON, NO. 24 HERTZ CAMARO ZL1
17TH     DARRELL WALLACE, JR., NO. 43 MEDALLION BANK/PETTY’S GARAGE CAMARO ZL1
21ST     *AUSTIN DILLON, NO. 3 AMERICAN ETHANOL E15 CAMARO ZL1

TOP FIVE UNOFFICIAL QUALIFYING RESULTS:
POS.   DRIVER
1st        Kurt Busch (Ford)
2nd       Clint Bowyer (Ford)
3rd        Kevin Harvick (Ford)
4th        Aric Almirola (Ford)
5th        Chase Elliott (Chevy) Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Qualifying

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Halfway Update

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Halfway Update

BRASELTON, Ga. (Oct. 13, 2018) – Corvette Racing found itself in prime position halfway to challenge for a race victory and championship through the 10-hour Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta in the final race of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season. The No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R – the GT Le Mans (GTLM) Championship leader – ran fourth following a restart at the five-hour mark, just ahead the No. 4 sister Corvette. Continue reading CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: Halfway Update

Chevrolet “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Content Available from Talladega Superspeedway Survivor Event

Chevrolet “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Content Available from Talladega Superspeedway Survivor Event

Chevrolet has made available for media use, high-definition video interviews with Team Chevy drivers Austin Dillon and Ryan Newman, as well as, interviews with breast cancer survivor, Cathy Robbins and the American Cancer Society’s Senior Manager of Community Development, Libba Hardwick. Also included is an interview with male survivor, Kurt DeAngelis, and his wife, Vickie of Alabaster, AL. Continue reading Chevrolet “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” Content Available from Talladega Superspeedway Survivor Event

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Alex Bowman

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BLUBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
OCTOBER 13, 2018

ALEX BOWMAN, NO. 88 NATIONWIDE CAMARO ZL1, met with members of the media at Talladega Superspeedway and discussed what the changes at Hendrick Motorsports will mean for the No. 88 team in 2019, what he has learned about the Playoffs his first time through the system and many other topics. Full Transcript: Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Alex Bowman

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Chase Elliott

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BLUBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
OCTOBER 13, 2018

CHASE ELLIOTT, NO. 9 NAPA NIGHTVISION LAMPS CAMARO ZL1, met with members of the media at Talladega Superspeedway and discussed the relief of being locked into the Round of 8 heading into the unknown of Talladega, how the Hendrick Motorsports cars will work together at Talladega, the impact Darian Grubb will have in his new position at Hendrick Motorsports in 2019 and many other topics.  Full Transcript: Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Chase Elliott

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: No. 3 Corvette Qualifies on GTLM Front Row

CORVETTE RACING AT ROAD ATLANTA: No. 3 Corvette Qualifies on GTLM Front Row
Garcia to start points-leading car second in class; Milner eighth in tight GTLM fight

BRASELTON, Ga. (Oct. 12, 2018) – Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen will start their race toward a second straight IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship title from the front row of their category following qualifying for Saturday’s 10-hour Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta.

Garcia qualified second in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) class with a lap of 1:17.030 (18.706 mph in his No. 3 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R on Friday afternoon – missing out on pole position by just 0.024 seconds. He and Magnussen, who will drive with Marcel Fässler, can repeat as champions with a fourth-place finish or better. But make no mistake: the goal is “better.”

A victory Saturday would be the first for the Garcia/Magnussen pairing this season. However, the No. 3 Corvette has finished on the GTLM podium in seven consecutive races and eight of 10 events.

Tommy Milner qualified eight in class with the No. 4 Mobil 1/SiriusXM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R that he will share with Oliver Gavin and Fässler, who is pulling double duty Saturday. Milner, who qualified with a lap of 1:17.451 (118.061 mph), had been fastest in class during Thursday’s night practice and Friday’s final practice session. The closeness of the GTLM class was evident as he was just 0.445 seconds off pole position.

Corvette Racing hasn’t missed a Petit Le Mans since the program began in 1999. It has eight class victories – the most of any team in race history – and two additional Road Atlanta wins that came in American Le Mans Series sprint events.

The green flag for the Petit Le Mans is set for 11:05 a.m. ET on Saturday with live television coverage on FOX Sports 1 and FOX Sports 2. Streaming in-car footage along with live audio coverage of practice, qualifying and the race from IMSA Radio is available on IMSA.com.

ANTONIO GARCIA, NO. 3 MOBIL 1/SIRIUS XM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C7.R — QUALIFIED SECOND IN GTLM: “It’s not bad. Coming into this race, the first thing you want to be is competitive, so we are. That’s a good starting point to defend and go for the championship. If you don’t have the pace is when everybody panics. The way it is now, we feel like we could have had pole but we are up there. It’s a 10-hour race and anything can happen as we proved and we saw the previous years. We don’t need to get crazy about winning the race; we need to win this championship. We need to be smart.”

TOMMY MILNER, NO. 4 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C7.R – QUALIFIED EIGHTH IN GTLM: “That was frustrating after having a fast car in practice. But we just missed it a little bit in qualifying. We are tweaking on it in each session and trying to find a little bit of performance. For the track temperature and the conditions, we had a window to try and get a good lap time but we were just off on balance during those crucial laps. I went for it again toward the end, and had lost enough of the newness of the tire that that was basically it. It’s unfortunate. It would have been fun to go for pole; we have a car that is capable of running up front like that. But it’s a 10-hour race, as a lot of people say who qualify at the back! But I’m really excited for this race. We’ve had a great Corvette so far. I’m not worried about missing it for two laps during qualifying.”

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Ty Dillon

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BLUBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
OCTOBER 12, 2018

TY DILLON, NO. 13 GEICO CAMARO ZL1, met with members of the media at Talladega Superspeedway and discussed if him moving to the No. 31 Camaro ZL1 at Richard Childress Racing was ever an option, the changes at Germain Racing, his outlook towards 2019, and many other topics. Full Transcript:

YOU HAVE HAD A LITTLE SUCCESS HERE AT TALLADEGA. TALK ABOUT WHAT IT MEANS TO COME BACK HERE TO TALLADEGA AND WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR:
“I always feel comfortable racing here at Talladega. I think it started with the ARCA race you were talking about, I was able to win it in I guess ‘Talladega’ fashion using up that whole front stretch to pass Frank Kimmel back to the line and always gave me confidence coming back to be able to be good here. It’s a little bit different when you come in the Cup Series. It’s a different game, different animal, but over the years I’ve learned and gotten stronger and stronger in this style of drafting and it’s a very aggressive, but smart. You’ve got to have a lot of talent to get the job done here. It’s not like, I feel like a Truck or Xfinity race it’s a lot of just patience and riding and letting things fall to you. In the Cup race you can actually kind of make things happen with these cars. I look forward to Sunday. I feel like we are going to have a great chance. The GEICO car always seems to run good here. That is a good thing to have on your back. We are excited for the opportunity. We came close here. I have finished in the top 10 a couple of times already here, so we know how to be around at the end and hopefully this is our time.”

WAS GOING TO THE NO. 31 CAR EVEN AN OPTION YOU WOULD HAVE EVEN CONSIDERED?
“No. I think you guys were there earlier this year when we announced an extension with Germain Racing and GEICO. Our commitment has been altogether working forward through that extension. It was never talked about me being in the No. 31 or another car at RCR. We are focused on the future with Germain Racing and I wouldn’t have signed that extension if we had second thoughts.

“Yeah, we haven’t had a great year and we all know that at our race team, but we have a great sponsor in GEICO who has got our back through the future. We are building and we are going to keep working and we feel that we have greatness coming in our future together. I think the last time I had thought anything about driving for my grandfather was probably a couple of days before I even signed our first contract at Germain Racing. Other than that, it has been focusing on the No. 13 car with GEICO and doing the best we can there.”

DO YOU SEE RCR AS PART OF YOUR FUTURE?
“Maybe, I don’t know what my grandfather has got for plans. RCR has been my whole life and still is. I still go to the shop I was there a couple of times this week, but Germain Racing is my career right now and I’m putting everything into that. Who knows what the future will hold or what it will bring, but I know what the next two years have in store for me and that is Germain Racing and GEICO. That is all I can focus on right now and put 110 percent into that and I’m very excited for that. RCR has been my whole life it will continue to be my whole life, but in what capacity? We will find out.”

GERMAIN RACING MADE WHOLESALE CHANGES AFTER LAST SEASON, BUT YOU GUYS HAVE NOT GOTTEN THE RESULTS YOU HAVE HOPED FOR. WHAT IS THE NEXT STEP? WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK YOU NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO COMPETE IN THE TOP 20 ON A REGULAR BASIS?
“We have to keep adapting. We made changes and we believe in those changes and stand by it. We all believe in Matt (Borland, crew chief). I think the biggest change was just Matt Borland coming in and Bootie (Barker) moving on. That was really the only change that we made and the biggest change of all has been changing our car from the SS to the Camaro. You take a single car team without the same overall budget as some of these other Chevy teams and our development process can’t possibly be quick enough compared to those guys. We have been a little behind in that and we are working really hard to get caught up and we know as the years come, as that box of learning a new car gets smaller and smaller we will be more and more competitive. So, right now we are just focusing on executing races and developing the car as fast as we can as a team and controlling the situation that we can. I think we are doing a decent job of that of improving over the season. Last week was a disappointment because the four or five previous weeks of that we were really picking up some momentum and edging into competing inside the top 20 every week. We were running 15th at the Roval before the final caution came out and we got caught up in that like everybody else, but we were running there competitively. So, there is progression in our team and we feel like this (Talladega) is a track we can continue to do that and lead some momentum to the end of the year.”

DOES THE NEWS THAT KASEY KAHNE IS HAVING TO RETIRE BECAUSE OF A DEHYDRATION ISSUE CONCERN YOU AT ALL? ARE YOU CURIOUS ABOUT THAT BECAUSE NOBODY CAN SEEM TO PINPOINT THE CAUSE?
“Yeah, it’s a very scary thing. I have been driving less than Kasey (Kahne) has a lot shorter career so far and I’ve noticed things as far as Xfinity races and certain times for whatever reasons sometimes the Xfinity cars even get hotter than Cup cars. But as you race more and more the heat seems to… you need to prepare your body more and more the older you get, the more races you run it does seem to compound. Talking to Kasey it sounded like it was a compounding thing over his career that he just kept feeling worse and worse, not that the situation got worse and worse, but just his body couldn’t recover as fast. It’s worrisome that they haven’t found anything. Obviously, Kasey’s health means a lot to everybody and hopefully, when I was talking to him, he is hoping that he can figure something out to help all of us. I know all of the drivers are thinking about that. We all, at this level, take hydration and our bodies very serious and how we handle that. I think that is something that is underestimated in our sport. You see thermometers on the cars that are over 150 degrees and the way that we are functioning inside of our cars it’s pretty incredible the athletes that we are that we definitely deserve more attention that what we get for the extreme conditions that we deal with over three and a half hours. That is something that we have to continue to take seriously and hopefully we can get some help in figuring out how to maintain our bodies. You don’t really hear a deteriorating hydration situation in other sports. Hopefully, we can maybe help make some advancements going forward for all sports.”

DID YOU EVER USE THE DRIVER ADJUSTABLE TRACKBAR? WHAT ARE YOUR FEELINGS THAT WILL BE GOING AWAY FOR 2019?
“I don’t really care. I’m a guy that likes to move my line around to adapt to the track. I feel like that will help dirt drivers a little bit because we are born to search for grip, but when you are in the Cup Series everybody is pretty much adapted to that. But, I use it a lot, sometimes I’ve raised it four or five inches over a 30 or 40 lap run to try and get balance in our car. Typically, that means your car isn’t good, but we always talk about it in our meetings ‘yeah, over the run I was moving my trackbar two to three inches’. Two to three inches is a ton in these things. To have that adjustment it makes it easier to drive over a long run, but I think good drivers can adapt to the line without it and I think that will be nice and exciting.”

WHAT HAS IT BEEN LIKE OVER THIS LAST YEAR BEING A DAD?
“It has been amazing. It has been a totally different experience that I ever thought I would imagine. I always wanted to be a father and I think the coolest thing is watching my wife be a mother. That has changed me as a man over time and coming up on her first year is quite awesome.”

WHAT DO YOU DO PERSONALLY TO TRY AND GET THROUGH A SEASON THAT TURNS OUT NOT TO BE PROBABLY ONE THAT YOU ANTICIPATED? WHAT GETS YOU THROUGH TRYING TO WORK TO GET THINGS BETTER?
“It’s been definitely a hard season. Where it was easy, still is easy to let doubt creep into your mind and I guess always be down. This sport can really keep you down because there is only one winner every week. Everything around it can be tough. I think the biggest thing is trying to just keep faith in what I believe in and keep my priorities right and that is something that I’ve learned a lot about the last couple of weeks in my life. I think going forward getting through this season, which, this year and season has been one of the toughest in my life, I feel that I’m going to be blessed in many ways going forward just by the experience of what has gone on in my career so far. I feel good about where we are going at Germain Racing. The way these hard times have made us progress as a team and grow. When we get those right combinations clicking we are really going to be a strong team.”

THOUGHTS ON THE TRANSFORMATION PROJECT GOING ON IN THE TALLADEGA INFIELD:
“It looks really cool. I think it’s going to be awesome. I’m so glad Talladega is continuing to improve their track for their fans. The fans deserve that and that is awesome. I still want to look at it (the plans) some more, but some of the other track improvements this year, you look at it and you just kind of glaze over the picture, but you don’t think about functionality as a driver sometimes. I was just looking at it and seeing how the garage flow would work and took a little bit longer look. I think it’s going to be an awesome project.”

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Bubba Wallace

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
1000BLUBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
OCTOBER 12, 2018

DARRELL ‘BUBBA’ WALLACE, JR., NO. 43 MEDALLION BANK/PETTY’S GARAGE CAMARO ZL1, met with members of the media at Talladega Superspeedway and discussed his thoughts on the 2019 rules package, returning to his “home” track Talladega Superspeedway and many other topics. Full Transcript: Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega–Bubba Wallace

IMSA WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP CORVETTE RACING DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT PETIT LE MANS, ROAD ATLANTA

IMSA WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP

CORVETTE RACING DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT

PETIT LE MANS, ROAD ATLANTA

OCTOBER 12, 2018

ANTONIO GARCIA AND JAN MAGNUSSEN, DRIVERS OF THE NO. 3 MOBIL 1/SiriusXM CHEVROLET CORVETTE C7.R, met with members of the media today at Road Atlanta to discuss their lead in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) Driver Championship, the outlook for Saturday’s 10-hour race and the strengths of the Corvette C7.R. Full transcript: Continue reading IMSA WEATHERTECH SPORTSCAR CHAMPIONSHIP CORVETTE RACING DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT PETIT LE MANS, ROAD ATLANTA

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus

MONSTER ENERGY NASCAR CUP SERIES
TEAM CHEVY DRIVER PRESS CONF. TRANSCRIPT
OCTOBER 11, 2018

JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWES FOR PROS CAMARO ZL1 AND CHAD KNAUS, CREW CHIEF, met with members of the media at the Hendrick Motorsports campus to discuss the news that they will not be paired as driver and crew chief in 2019 after 17 seasons working together. Full Transcript: Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Jimmie Johnson and Chad Knaus

Chevrolet Drivers Aim to Add to Victory Total at zMAX Dragway

CHEVROLET AT CHARLOTTE

What: 11th NHRA Carolina Nationals
When: Friday, Oct. 12-Sunday, Oct.14
Where: zMAX Dragway in Concord, North Carolina
TV: FS1 live qualifications, 5:30 p.m. ET Oct. 13
FS1 live eliminations and finals, 2 p.m. ET Oct. 14

Chevrolet Drivers Aim to Add to Victory Total at zMAX Dragway
Four-time Pro Stock champion Greg Anderson to compete in 450th career race

DETROIT (Oct. 10, 2018) – At the outset, Greg Anderson just wanted to drive a Pro Stock car in a National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) national event.
This weekend, the four-time Pro Stock champion will compete in his 450th race. Continue reading Chevrolet Drivers Aim to Add to Victory Total at zMAX Dragway

Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega Advance

TEAM CHEVY ADVANCE
1000BULBS.COM 500
TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY
TALLADEGA, ALABAMA
OCTOBER 14, 2018

BOWTIE BULLETS
PACING PINK:
For the eighth consecutive season, Chevrolet has partnered with the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC). This weekend at Talladega Superspeedway, Chevrolet will host 25 breast cancer survivors and guests on Saturday morning for hospitality and an activity. They will then join Team Chevy driver’s Austin Dillon and Ryan Newman for pace car rides in specially designed pink Chevrolet Camaro SS pace cars.
Continue reading Chevy Racing–NASCAR–Talladega Advance