Last spot in Daytona 500 goes to hay farmer from Texas

We officially have a Cinderella pick for Daytona.The last transfer spot in the Daytona 500 went to Robert Richardson Jr., who got the call from BK Racing just two weeks ago and says every dollar he earns will go to a college fund for his newborn son."I was at home working on my ranch," said Richardson, who works full-time as a hay production manager at a farm in Point Pilot, Texas...
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February 19, 2016  |  Discuss

NSCS: Stalk It™ to Sponsor BK Racing in Daytona 500

HUNTERSVILLE, NC (February 7, 2016) – BK Racing is welcoming Stalk It™ as a partner for the upcoming Daytona 500 with driver Robert Richardson Jr. Veteran NASCAR Crew Chief, Mike Ford, will lead the effort. Stalk It™ is an innovative eco-driven longboard company that uses CornBoard™ in the construction of its custom, hand-crafted longboards. Utilizing innovative CornBoard™...
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February 08, 2016  |  Discuss

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