NASCAR INDUSTRY NEWS:
An abundant and enthusiastic welcome this week was punctuated by a packed ballroom and a litany of genuine feel-good moments as NASCAR celebrated and culminated its 2021 season with the Champion’s Week Banquet in Nashville on Thursday evening.
Multiplatinum-selling entertainer Jake Owen will perform during the NASCAR Awards and Champion Celebration event this Thursday, Dec. 2 in downtown Nashville.
NASCAR TRACK NEWS:
According to reports, Charlotte Motor Speedway could be planning a major reconstruction project of their Fan Concourse and Grandstands according to FOX46 out of Charlotte.
“This partnership creates an economically viable future for our historic track, spurs hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity, and completes the last unrenovated part of the Nashville Fairgrounds at no cost to the Metro General Fund,” Mayor John Cooper said.
Chevrolet has won the NASCAR Cup Series Manufacturer’s Championship for a series-leading 40th time.
For the seventh time in the last nine seasons, Toyota has won the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Manufacturer’s title. Toyota clinched the title a race before the conclusion of the 2021 season early on the strength of 14 in the first 21 events on the Truck Series schedule.
NASCAR MEDIA NEWS:
You know his name ... but not his story. The most polarizing driver in America like you've never seen him before. Fistful of Steel: The Rise of Bubba Wallace, Coming December 14th on ESPN
FOX Sports annoucned that the BUSCH Clash in 2022 that will take place at the historic L.A. Coliseum will now be broadcast on national television instead of FOX's cable channel, FS1.