Spain seek the Title of Nations in Mexico

July 3, 2009 by  
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With their eyes on Corona Rally Mexico, to take place from July 9th to 12th on the outskirts of Guanajuato, Spain has stepped up to the plate by sending a first-rate racing team. International drivers Xavi Pons and Dani Sola will proudly bear the Spanish flag on their cars, their having teamed up for the Rally of Nations.

This decision makes Spain one of the favorite countries to win in Mexico, given the quality of both drivers, who have participated in previous editions of the Corona Rally Mexico, Dani Sola actually winning the 2004 WRC in the production cars category.

With victories in Germany and Corsica in the production category, a dirt rally championship in Spain in 2008 and the experience of having been an official WRC driver for Subaru, Citroën and OMV, Xavi Pons, like his fellow countryman, will be a name to watch out for in their Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX.

“I’m thrilled to represent Spain alongside Dani Sola. I have done the Mexican circuit three times and it is, without a doubt, one of my favorites among those I’ve experienced. I am in good shape and I hope to do well. I would like to congratulate the organizers on this project; the Rally of Nations is a great idea,” said Pons.

Dani Sola already has one world championship behind him in the WRC Junior category, as well as the asphalt rally of 2006 and the dirt rally of 2007 in Spain, and has experience as an official driver of the Mitsubishi team in 2004 and Ford BP in 2005, credentials which will make the Catalan a tough act to beat during the Corona Rally Mexico. Dani enjoys great appeal among Mexican motor racing enthusiasts and has friends there that will certainly be out rooting for him every day.

“It is great to go back to Mexico, for me it’s one of the best rally events in the world. The fans are wonderful and the organization is perfect. Having a Rally of Nations is a great idea and I’m convinced that it will be a success. Once again, Mexico will be one of the major players in world motorsport,” commented the Spanish driver by phone.

The level of competition in the Rally of Nations will surely become more and more interesting over the next few days as other teams are announced, including Corona Team Finland and other powerful duos.

DIRTcar All Star Weekend 2009

June 10, 2009 by  
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Do not miss out on the three days of extreme DIRTcar Racing that has already been referred to as the biggest racing event that has ever been hosted at the Cayuaga County Fair Speedway. From the 17th to the 19th of July 2009 a star studded line up of drivers will take to the track and bewilder spectators with speed, endurance and bravery as they fend off their competitors.

Visit the DIRTcar All Star Weekend website to remain up to date with the event and new information in regard to race day,

Date: July 17, 2009
Venue: Cayuaga County Fair Speedway
City: Weedsport, New York
Country: United States of America

American Le Mans Northeast Grand Prix 2009

June 10, 2009 by  
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On 17 and 18 July 2009 the Limerock Park Circuit will come alive with spectacular racing action as world class drivers put magnificent cars such as Acuras, Vettes and Ferraris through their paces. Do not miss out on the greenest event in auto racing.

Tickets vary between $25 to $75 and for information regarding this racing event, the website will be able to answer any queries or contact the racetrack on 860.435.5000.

Date: July 17, 2009
Venue: Limerock Park Circuit
City: Lakeville, Connecticut
Country: United States of America

Hometown victory for Busch

March 4, 2009 by  
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Born in the city of Las Vegas on 2 May 1985, Kyle Thomas Busch was destined to become a household name in the NASCAR industry, following in the footsteps of his brother Kurt. With supportive parents, Kyle was given the opportunity to explore his passion for driving from the early age of thirteen. Now, aged 23, Kyle Busch took his NASCAR career to a new high, by winning on his home turf in Las Vegas on Sunday.

In his first Cup racing event at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Busch has to settle for a very disappointing 41st place finish. But on Sunday, he was ready to change past failures into tough, action packed and breathtaking victory. Before the race Kyle Busch, also referred to as the “Wild Thing”, prepared his fans for the race. He told the crowd that he would fall to the back and fight his way to first position, and he did not let his fans down.

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway was packed with spectators as Kyle Busch pulled into pole position with his brother behind him, waiting for the race to begin. It was not an easy 285 lap race, as Busch began to fight his way through the pack, forced to drop back due to changes made to his engine. The excitement built as Busch took the lead and lost it again with 57 laps remaining. Between late pit stops, caution laps and restarts, Busch clawed his way into the lead and held off the rest of the field by widening his gap between them. Passing the checkered flag was one of the proudest moments in his racing career. Not being able to contain his joy he commented to the press: “I didn’t know exactly what it would mean, but coming to the checkered flag, there were knots in my stomach. It’s bigger than winning the Daytona 500. I said it wasn’t going to be, but it is.”

Being able to overcome difficulties, realize dreams and achieve goals at such a young age, makes Kyle Busch a deserving winner and a phenomenal driver. No doubt that his racing career will only grow stronger in the future and that he will return to Las Vegas to try and recapture Sunday’s glory.

Sports Book and Betting

February 9, 2009 by  
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Betting is defined as the activity of placing a wager on the outcome of an event. Betting on auto races can take the form of betting on one driver in one race, hoping that he or she wins, or betting that a particular driver will win the overall points standings at the end of the racing season. Betting is a form of gambling, and when it pertains to sports then the term ‘Sports Book’ is often used. A sports book is the place where people can bet on auto racing events. It is important for people who are new to sports betting to read the sports book’s rules carefully before making a wager, since the sports book’s definition of what qualifies as an ‘official result’; may differ from results posted at the track itself or reported on radio or television. Upon the sports book’s declaration of the official result, all winning wagers are paid.

Opening prices of sports books are determined by private companies and by looking at other sports books, prices and odds will adjust according to incoming bets, injuries, the weather and news – basically anything that could potentially affect the outcome of an auto race. The legality of sports book betting varies throughout the world, but in the U.S. it is a longstanding tradition. The first actual sports book was Athletic Publications, Inc., created in the early 1930s as a business venture. A team of expert sports handicappers would publish their stated odds in the book, which was then distributed to bookies throughout the country. These days, companies like Las Vegas Sports Consultants are the main oddsmakers but there are also competing sports books that may post different odds.

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