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Hoops Ain’t The Only Game In Town

    NASCAR fans are splurging with the best of them in Vegas, which is a good thing for the city.
    Las Vegas Sun

March 8, 2012   No Comments

Signature Affair

    JR Motorsports drivers Danica Patrick and Cole Whitt, both of whom drive for JR Motorsports, will sign autographs during NASCAR weekend in Las Vegas the Palms Casino Resort. The signing session will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 9, near the north entrance of the resort.
    The event will be 1 of many in Vegas on March 9-11, where NASCAR drivers will hit the city for racing at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
    Info: 702.942.7777 or Palms.com.

February 27, 2012   No Comments

Taking It To The Streets

Long Beach is jumping this weekend. And with 3 female drivers, including the lovely Venezuelan beauty Milka Duno, in the field of this weekend’s Long Beach Grand Prix, the race has some added flavor. Danica Patrick and Simona de Silvestro, who hails from Switzerland, are the other two competing. Patrick and Duno add some spice to the event since they have some major history between them and continue to have an extreme dislike for each other. During an Indy Race in Ohio two years ago, the two exchanged words and insults.
Patrick is the most popular of the female drivers, but Duno is an interesting study. Besides racing, Duno, who lives in Miami, also has a good head on her shoulders, earning 4 master’s degrees in organizational development, naval architecture, maritime business and marine biology.
The LBGP features a weekend of activities, including a street fest tonight (actually, the downtown streets, Pine Avenue in particular, will be packed all weekend), and a celebrity race Saturday. The main event is Sunday at 1:15 p.m.
If you’ve never been, we highly recommend it. The food, drink, eye candy and the rest of the scenery is something to behold.

April 15, 2010   No Comments

Good Day, Bad Day

    Danica Patrick proved for a minute she could run with the big boys, but a crash took her out of today’s Sam’s Town 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Vegas. Still, she believed she earned an ounce of respect. “It was nice to run up there with those guys and start trying to earn their respect,” she said.
    She’s still got a ways to go.
    Las Vegas Sun

February 27, 2010   No Comments

He’s The Man

She was the star of the show before the race, but when it ended Kyle Busch was the man. He beats Greg Biffle in a wild finish at Fontana that surely geeked up the locals for more on Sunday.
Our pick for the main event tomorrow: We like the Rainbow Warrior. It’s about time, right dude?
FanHouse.com

February 20, 2010   No Comments

All Eyes On Her Again

    Danica Patrick, who made her debut on the NASCAR circuit last weekend at Daytona, will give it another run at Fontana this weekend. Patrick is slated to compete in the Nationwide Series race at Auto Club Speedway on Saturday. She’s also scheduled to race in the Feb. 27 Nationwide race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Patrick’s debut race ended when she crashed at Daytona.

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February 16, 2010   No Comments