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NASCAR teams to display Autism Delaware decals at Dover More than 50 drivers from across NASCAR's three premier national touring series will be showing their support for Autism Delaware's mission during the upcoming June 2-4 weekend at Dover International Speedway by displaying a special decal on their cars and trucks.Autism Delaware, a leader in the First State on autism awareness since its founding in 1998, is working to raise funds and awareness during the June 4 "AAA 400 Drive for Autism" Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Monster Mile.
While being taken into custody, Infanti refused to obey officers' commands, kicking one Dover officer in the knee, Hoffman added.The Hendrick cars showed real speed for the first time since the Playoff began two weeks earlier at Chicagoland, and Elliott moved on comfortably to the Round of 12. leads the driver points after the round of 12 reset over #42-Larson by 18 points Stage 1 was won by #2-Keselowski, finished 10th Stage 2 was won by #42-Larson, finished 5th Four drivers did not advance to the Round of 12 in the Playoffs: #31-Newman, #3-Dillon, #41-Busch and #5-Kahne. Paralympian (2012, 2016) and four-time world championship bronze medalist and is training for the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.Not as fortunate were Ryan Newman, Austin Dillon, Kasey Kahne and Kurt Busch, who were eliminated from the Playoffs, as Ricky Stenhouse Jr., claimed the 12th and final spot in the next round by two points over Newman, thanks to a risky-but-serendipitous pit call by crew chief Brian Pattie.(NASCAR Wire Service)[Read More Here](10-1-2017)#18-Kyle Busch won the Apache Warrior 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway for his 4th win of 2017, 3rd win at Dover and 42th career win. There were 15 lead changes among 5 drivers and 4 cautions for 24 yellow flag laps. Mc Fadden, who was adopted from Albania shortly after she was born, is native of nearby Clarksville, Maryland, located less than 100 miles from Dover.#42-Larson (who led the most laps with 241) finished 2nd followed by #78-Truex Jr., #31-Newman, #24-Elliott, #19-Suarez (career best finish), #1-Mc Murray, #11-Hamlin, #4-Harvick and #10-Patrick.Cup debuts: #15-Ross Chastain finished 20th and #83-Ryan Sieg finished 26th.Running Elliott down from more than four seconds back in the last 40 laps of the Apache Warrior 400 at the Monster Mile, Busch powered his #18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota around the outside of Elliott's No.
24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet and cleared him off Turn 4 as the cars approached the white flag.1: The Struts, an English rock band that has opened for acts such as The Rolling Stones, Motley Crue and Guns N' Roses, will perform a free concert on the AAA Stage at Victory Plaza.[More](7-19-2017)Allison Grandstand at Dover to be open for Goodyear Tire Test on Tuesday, July 25: Dover International Speedway will open one section of grandstands for fans on Tuesday, July 25 as four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers are scheduled to participate in a Goodyear Tire Testing Session at the Monster Mile. for the session and seats are free to all fans.[More](7-19-2017)Man charged after NASCAR fence climbing stunt at Dover: A 43-year-old man who police have identified as John Infanti of Greenwood, DE was arrested Sunday after climbing the fence during a NASCAR race in Dover.Drivers scheduled to participate are Landon Cassill, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Matt Kenseth and Joey Logano. Infanti is seen sitting atop the curved portion of the fence, at one point dangling his right leg over the track as cars drove past.Infanti faces charges of second-degree trespass, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest with force and offensive touching of a law enforcement officer.(Dover Post)[Read More Here](6-5-2017)Jimmie Johnson wins at Dover for milestone victory The man who once made his parents stop at Hardee's because he thought it was Cale Yarborough's race shop pulled even with his childhood hero in Sunday's AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway.Getting the jump on #42-Kyle Larson on an overtime restart at the Monster Mile, #48-Jimmie Johnson crossed the overtime line on the backstretch moments before a multi-car wreck brought out the 15th caution of the race and froze the field with Johnson in the lead and a frustrated Larson running second.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.