Top 40 Most Shared Asphalt Stories On Race Pro Weekly From 2019: #40 – #36

STORIES FROM 2019 – Now, with 2019 coming to a close, we decided to look back at the most talked about and shared stories of the season on the asphalt portion of Race Pro Weekly. So from here to New Years Day, we’re going to count down the top 40 stories you guys shared this year from our site. Here’s #40-#36

#40: Tickets Go On Sale For Trenton & Syracuse Indoor Auto Racing
Series Events November 20th
November 14, 2019

Story By: ERNIE SAXTON / INDOOR AUTO RACING CHAMPIONSHIP – TRENTON, NJ – Tickets for the 2020 Indoor Auto Racing Series race events in Trenton, N.J and Syracuse, N.Y.  will go on sale for the first time on Wednesday, November 20.  Read More

39: RPW Column: It Was A Career Night For Andrew Molleur At Stafford Speedway
June 3, 2019

RPW Column By: BRITTANY NUTILE / RPW – STAFFORD SPRINGS, CT – Andrew Molleur won the SK Mod race at Stafford Speedway Friday for military appreciation night. Read More

#38: Mad Max Has Done It; McLaughlin Claims First Career NASCAR K&N
East Win At Watkins Glen
August 3, 2019

Story By: DAVEY SEGAL / NASCAR – WATKINS GLEN, NY – Not bad for a first timer.  After setting quick time in practice and earning his second career pole, Max McLaughlin led every lap before Mother Nature forced the premature ending of the Great Outdoors RV Superstore 100 at Watkins Glen International, declaring the driver of the No. 1 the winner. Read More

#37: Column: He Won, & He’s In; Friesen Can Rest Easier Heading Into
Final Truck Race Before Playoffs

August 8, 2019

Column By: NASCAR – BROOKLYN, MI – When the checkered flag dropped last Thursday night at Eldora Speedway, two things became clear for Stewart Friesen – he had  “finally” won his first career NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series race and he was officially locked into the 2019 Playoffs. Read More

#36: Seven-Time Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson To Close Full-Time
NASCAR Career Following 2020 Season

November 20, 2019

Story By: HENDRICK MOTORSPORTS – CONCORD, NC – Jimmie Johnson, the seven-time NASCAR champion and one of the most successful drivers in auto racing history, will compete in his 19th and final full-time Cup Series season in 2020.  Read More