August 25, 2014, Blog, homeslider

Bristol Motor Speedway Post Race Report

“I’m okay, just disappointed,” said Almirola. “What an amazing race car these guys brought me – two of them – and to go out like that is certainly disappointing, but that’s racing at Bristol – you get caught up in other peoples’ wrecks. It’s frustrating. It’s certainly not the way we wanted to end our day.

at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Virginia on March 30, 2014.

August 20, 2014, Blog, homeslider

Bristol Motor Speedway Race Advance

“I think that Bristol puts on an awesome race. We obviously don’t have to wreck each other to pass anymore, so the fans may not like it as much. I love that track. We’ve run really well there.


August 15, 2014, Blog, homeslider

Military Veteran Designs No. 43 Eckrich Ford

“No way,” exclaimed Wright after seeing Almirola pull up in his design. “I can’t believe this. It was really cool to see it on a model car, but to see it on the real race car, this is unbelievable. I can’t wait to see it on the track this weekend. This is great that Eckrich, Aric and Richard Petty Motorsports are supporting families like mine.


August 13, 2014, Blog, homeslider

Michigan International Raceway Race Advance

“Each week that we have Eckrich on the racecar, we participate in their ‘Operation Inspiration’ campaign. It is such an honor to help Eckrich thank military members and their families for everything that they have sacrificed for our freedom. I’m proud to represent them once again this weekend.”


August 11, 2014, Blog, homeslider

Watkins Glen Race Report

“Our team fought hard all day,” said Almirola. “Overall, I think we had a good car, but everyone was fighting hard for track position. We were able to avoid some of those big wrecks, and even though we received some damage and had to come down pit road when we really didn’t need to, I think we did a good job making up the ground that we lost.”

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