On Sunday, 26 June 2011, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series continued with the hosting of the Toyota/Save Mart 350, which took place at the Infineon Raceway. With twenty-three Cup victories behind his name, Kurt Busch showed his worth and determination by delivering a winning road course performance, and snatching the victory away from Jeff Gordon by just under four seconds. The race was driven over seventy-six laps and was a vital moment in the series for the Penske Racing Team, as well as for Busch.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series arrives at Infineon Raceway on 24 June 2011 for the Toyota/Save Mart 350. Spectators will be on the edges of their seats as 43 stock cars take on the challenge of Infineon Raceways’s twists and turns. Also worth noting is the Thunder Valley Casino Resort 200, a NASCAR K & [...]
In response to the press release issued by SCRAMP on August 16, 2009 (dated August 17) regarding the future of the Monterey Historic Automobile Races® at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, Steve Earle, President of General Racing, Ltd., has issued the following statement: General Racing, which has created and produced the Monterey Historic Automobile Races® for [...]
It would seem that the name Schumacher is synonymous with speed and success. Certainly there is every indication that Tony Schumacher is destined to make it to the top of his field. The American drag racer has dominated the NHRA Top Fuel class for the past four years and it seems this year will be no different.
Many think of Kyle Busch as the driver they love to hate. He is often moody and seems to wreck an obscene number of cars, yet somehow his driving still packs a punch and every so often he bursts ahead of the pack and surprises everyone with some superb driving. True to form, Busch took the checkered flag at Infineon Raceway this Sunday to grab his fifth victory of the year.
The ever-popular NASCAR Sprint Cup series will be a highlight on the schedule of events for the Toyota/Save Mart 350 to be held at the Infineon Raceway in Southern California from 20 to 22 June 2008. The action packed weekend will also feature rising racing stars in the NASCAR Camping World Series West, as well as plenty of entertainment at The Pulse of Infineon Raceway.
The Infineon Raceway has long been a favorite amongst drivers, and the track has hosted the Pacific F2000 every year since it was started in 2004. However the trackâ€™s popularity has a downside and it seemed as if the Pacific F2000 faced too much competition for the venue this year. Fortunately fans of the race and the track have come together and the Pacific F2000 Championship will be returning to Infineon Raceway later this year.