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Kentuckiana Motorsports Presented By Lucas Oil

Scott Douglass Craig Hoffman

      Scott Douglass        Craig Hoffman

  KENTUCKIANA MOTORSPORTS PRESENTED BY LUCAS OIL                     

 

 Next up for NASCAR: Atlanta! In some respects, the action on the track is even better compared to Daytona since they re-configured the Atlanta track a few years ago. It is anyone's guess who might win! Fans can expect not only tight side-by-side racing, but also 3-4-5 wide at times!  We've said it before... it is Must See TV!

  Congrats to Will Byron! He survived the Big One late in race to win the Great American Race. A large number of seats were filled despite a one day delay in dropping the green flag thanks to Mother Nature. Just about half the field was wiped out in the mega wreck with just under 10 laps to go. Ross Chastain was leading and intensely blocking every driver behind him. Finally, with time running out, several drivers including Brad Keselowski said enough is enough and they tried to create an opening to the front. That's when the Big One happened!  After the race, Daytona 500 frontrunner much of the day, Joey Logano made mention of Chastain's aggressive blocking.  No one publicly called Chastain out. Maybe there wasn't a reason. Nonetheless, those behind him had that know or never attitude. Moves were made, and the huge wreck started sending cars everywhere!    

 Louisville's Ben Rhodes got caught up in a mishap at Daytona in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series ending his day.  Kimmel Racing based in Clarksville, Indiana had two cars entered at Daytona for the ARCA 200. It wasn't a good day for ARCA veteran Scott Melton. He wound up 29th. However, newcomer Gil Linster finished 7th driving the #68 Kimmel Racing Ford. 

   The 76th season for the NASCAR Cup Series is underway.  There's a strong mix of older veteran drivers and also several racers with 4-6 years of experience like 500 winner William Byron.   Then there are rookies and drivers with only a couple of years behind the wheel.  It is going to be interesting. We want to also note, several new sponsors have signed with race teams.  Whether NASCAR or your local track-- sponsors are a must!

 

 In other racing series,  the Indy Car Series kicks off its season soon, March 10 in St. Petersburg, Florida. And if you like raw speed, the Lucas Oil sponsored NHRA jump starts its new year March 7-10 in the Gainesville, Florida Nationals.    

  In 2024, Kentuckiana Motorsports will continue to have fun and provide information on all levels of racing.  Lucas Oil has been and continues to be a major sponsor of what we do. coverage for more than two decades.  Kentuckiana Motorsports started with a half hour program and specials on cable, then a major television channel, and as media has transformed, online and social media. Lucas Oil  loves racing too! They support local and grass roots. Always have. We remind you to make sure your car, truck, motorcycle, boat, other vehicles, and lawn equipment are all running efficiently.  Think Lucas Oil Products this winter! They do so much for racing communities across America. Other sponsors of KMS include PNC Bank (Sponsor of Scott Dixon's Indy Car Series Car), Sportsdrome Speedway  (Celebrating more than 75 years of Racing!), locally owned Bright Pest Control and Bright Retail in Louisville, (Offering Do-It-Yourself Professional Pest Products with a retail store), and Knox Ford in Radcliff, Kentucky) (It also has a sister dealership, Tri-County Ford in Oldham County, KY).   KMS friends also include: VoiceTel Kentucky (Offering telephone service for low as $25.00 a line per month), Temco Roofing, Jim Ellis/Attorney-At-Law, ICA Dumpsters, Kentucky Raceway Ministries, Nimlok Kentucky (Outdoor and Indoor signs and more), Dynamic Chiropratic, Lyndon Mower Repair, and Kentucky Medicare Plans (Serving Kentucky and Southern Indiana with Health and Medicare plans). We also thank our media connections in all series, NASCAR and with NASCAR Media, Indy Car, Monster Jam, ARCA, and NHRA for helping us bring the sport to the fans! 

 

    Here is the latest Lucas Oil Online Race Report!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
 

  Lucas Oil Online Race Report
                
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  We thank Lucas Oil for all it does in racing and in communities across America. One huge initiative backed by Lucas Oil is Protect the Harvest. It focuses on farmers and ranchers, and their families. Learn more at: www.protecttheharvest.com

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 Forrest & Charlotte Lucas with Craig Hoffman

 Some of the biggest names in racing have appeared on Kentuckiana Motorsports over the past two decades: Richard Petty, Buddy Baker, Dan Wheldon, Jeff Gordon, Dennis Anderson, Joey Logano, Sarah Fischer, Tony Stewart, Darrell Waltrip, Morgan Lucas, Benny Parsons, Ben Rhodes, Jim Koehler, A-J Almendinger, Jimmie Johnson, John Andretti, Ron Hornaday, Dario Franchitti, Michael Waltrip, Rusty Wallace, and many more!   We'll continue to feature them on Kentuckiana Motorsports! And we'll continue to also showcase local racing! And those who support it!

  In 2024, we're going to share some of the most entertaining, interesting, and fun interviews over 20-plus years!  They'll include drivers, sponsors, team owners, and fans! 

 Click on the video below!   

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 Serving Kentucky and Southern Indiana


  Race teams know you have to be in strong mental, emotional, and physical shape to wheel a competitive car or truck around the track.  Running 100 short track  or 500 big laps can be challenging for a driver. Seconds count when hitting the pits for service.  A crew must be fast and make no mistakes.  And all must be physically ready.  Then there are wrecks!  A car slams into a wall or a racer is caught up in a multiple car mishap.  Safety equipment has improved greatly over the years. Still, drivers and crew members get medical help for aches and pains. And that includes back and spinal care.  

Locally, Dr. Paul Constante with Dynamic Chiropractic has helped treat college, pro, high school, and other athletes for years. The list of Louisville area patients includes racers.  Professionals and every day people also turn to Dr. Constante and his team for chiropractic care and treatment. He serves patients from Kentucky and Southern Indiana.  Learn more at: www.louisvillespineandinjury.com

 Click on the short videos below as Dr. Paul Constante talks about different injuries, treatments, and precautions with your back, spine, and body.

 

               

        

  


   

 

                                                                                       

 

 

 

 

  

 

  

 

  

 

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