Morgantown, WV – (November 9th, 2014)
By Dave Ackermann – Senior Writer (Feature Photo by Dave Ackermann – BlueGoldSports)
WVU Starters for this pre-season exhibition game against Shepherd University included Gary Browne, Daxter Miles, Nathan Adrian, Jonathan Holton and Devin Williams.
Jonathan Holton scored the first WVU basket on a dunk from a feed from Nate Adrian. Shepherd...
During Sunday afternoon’s running of the Camping World RV Sales 301 at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway, only 43 cars were entered. The sport nearly had a short field for the second time over the course of three events, but BK Racing entered a fourth car with Mike Bliss behind the wheel. However, there were multiple small teams on track that put together last minute deals because...
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CHARLOTTE- The Daytona 500 is a mere 17 days away and another driver is confirmed to make an attempt at making the “Great American Race.” 72-year old Morgan Shepherd confirmed he will attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500 (February 23rd at 1PM/FOX/MRN).
Shepherd, is already the oldest driver to ever start a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race as he started last July’s...
Morgan Shepherd will attempt to qualify for the Daytona 500.
Should he qualify the 71-year-old Shepherd would break his own record for oldest driver to compete in a Sprint Cup Series race.
Shepherd will drive the No. 93 Toyota Camry which is a combination of BK Racing, Randy MacDonald of MacDonald Motorsports and Support Military Foundation’s Dell Hamilton.
“Whenever you can...
Morgan Shepherd will attempt to become the oldest driver to race in the Daytona 500 when he tries to qualify later this month.
Shepherd turned 72 in October. He became the oldest driver to compete in a Sprint Cup race last summer at New Hampshire.
He'll try to qualify for the Daytona 500 in the No. 93 Support Military Foundation Toyota in collaboration with BK Racing.
Via AP on Fox
February 05, 2014
Morgan Shepherd has become the oldest driver to start a race in NASCAR's Sprint Cup series.
The 71-year-old Shepherd started 41st in the 43-car field Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. He made his Cup debut in 1970 and won four times in NASCAR's top series. He finished as high as fifth in the final standings in 1990 and hasn't started a Cup race since 2006. He last...
Via AP on Fox
July 14, 2013
On the day Morgan Shepherd was born in the tiny hamlet of Ferguson, N.C., to a Wilkes County moonshine runner and his wife, NASCAR was still more than six years away from being created.
Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, the 71-year-old Shepherd will officially become the oldest driver in NASCAR Sprint Cup history when he pilots a Brian Keselowski-owned Toyota in the Camping...
With only 43 cars on the entry list this weekend for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway there will be no drivers who fail to qualify. That will mean that Morgan Shepherd will become the oldest driver to compete in the series when he races Sunday in the Sylvania 300.
The 71-year-old Shepherd will drive the No. 52 Toyota Camry of Bob Keselowski.
Morgan Shepherd has not qualified for a NASCAR Nationwide Series race this season and 71-year-old driver is unsure when he will return to the track.
Shepherd has been attempting to run a full-time Nationwide schedule for since 2008 but the lack of funding has taken its toll on the No. 89 team.
The following message was posted on Shepherd’s Facebook page.
“Just going to let everyone...