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Darrell Wallace, Jr. Scores First Truck Series Win!

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Oct. 26, 2013) – In short order, Darrell Wallace Jr. has piled up accolades usually preceded by the word “youngest” or “fastest” or “first.” Now, with a win at Martinsville Speedway, Wallace adds another history-making accomplishment to the list – and continues a competitive landscape evolution.

With the victory, Wallace becomes the second African-American driver to win a NASCAR national series race, joining trailblazer and NASCAR Hall of Fame nominee Wendell Scott.

“We congratulate Darrell Wallace Jr. on his first national series victory, one that will be remembered as a remarkable moment in our sport’s history,” said Brian France, NASCAR chairman and CEO. “Darrell’s success, following fellow NASCAR Drive for Diversity graduate Kyle Larson’s win earlier this season, is indicative of a youth and multicultural movement that bodes well for NASCAR’s future growth.”
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Monster Energy and Project Pink at Charlotte

The No. 54 Monster Energy team and its driver, Kyle Busch, approach Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway (CMS ) this week the same as they have every race this season, focused on a victory. This race, however, they are also focused on providing a fun night of entertainment for some very special guests. The Kyle Busch Foundation and Monster Energy “Project Pink: Protect Your Pair” paint scheme will be on display in an effort to raise awareness and money for the Pretty In Pink (PIP) Foundation – a Raleigh, N.C.- based foundation whose mission is to provide financial assistance to uninsured and underinsured breast cancer patients regardless of their ability to pay. As part of the program, 12 local ‘Champions’ and their guests, from the PIP, will be on hand to cheer for Busch and team, looking for a night of entertainment, free from their treatment worries.
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