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The track announced the official name for the truck race on Aug.12 will be called the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series LTi Printing 200."We want to thank Roger Curtis for his many years of service with ISC, and the last 10 years, specifically, as the face of Michigan International Speedway," stated Chitwood."We wish him much future success."(MIS)(8-30-2016)Larson wins Michigan: #42-Kyle Larson won the Pure Michigan Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway for his 1st win of the season, 1st win at Michigan and FIRST career win.Track Specs: Superspeedway: 2.0-mile D-shaped oval Banking: turns: 18 degrees; straights: front stretch 12 degrees, backstretch 5 degrees Backstretch Length: 2,242 feet Frontstretch Length: 3,600 feet 73 feet wide with 10-foot apron in turns, 45 feet wide with 12-foot apron on straightaways Pit lane is 50 feet wide and contains space for 44 individual pit areas Pit Road Speed: 45mph Seating Capacity: 71,000 [down from 84,000(2012), 108,000(2011) and 137,243(2006)] Opened: 1968Pit Stalls: Length: 34 feet Width: 21 feet Track Websites and Social Media: Michigan International Speedway website ISC Motorsports my Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google Track Stats - Track Records & Stats August 2017 Race Winner: #42-Kyle Larson, 162.730mph, started 12th June 2017 Race Winner: #42-Kyle Larson, 150.903mph, started 9th Track Race Record: Dale Jarrett, June 1999, 173.997mph (no cautions) Slowest Track Race Record: Richard Petty, 107.583mph, 8/24/1975 Oldest Race Winner: Harry Gant, 52 years, 7 months, 6 days, 8/16/1992 Youngest Race Winner: Joey Logano, 23 years, 2 months, 24 days, 8/18/2013 Worst Starting Spot to Win: Mark Martin, started 32nd, 6/14/2009August 2017 Pole Winner: #2-Brad Keselowski, 203.097mph, finished 17th June 2017 Pole Winner: #42-Kyle Larson, 202.156mph, finished 1st New Track Qualifying Record: #24-Jeff Gordon, August, 206.558mph (after repave 2012) Old Track Qualifying Record: #12-Ryan Newman, June 2005, 194.232mph (before repave 2012) Oldest Pole Winner: Mark Martin, 53 years, 7 months, 8 days, 8/17/2012 Young Pole Winner: Joey Logano, 23 years, 2 months, 22 days, 8/16/2013Most Wins: 9 - David Pearson Most Poles: 10 - David Pearson Most Top 5s: 21 - Cale Yarborough Most Top 10s: 27 - Jeff Gordon Most Lead Changes: 65 - 8/16/1981 Fewest Lead Changes: 7 - 8/12/1984 Most Leaders: 15, 6/20/1982 Fewest Leaders: 4, 6/18/2017 Most Laps Led by a Race Winner: 162, Rusty Wallace, 8/20/1989 Fewest Laps Led by a Race Winner: 1, Mark Martin, 6/14/2009Most Finishers on a lead lap: 37, 6/18/2006 [rained out lap 129 of 200] Most Running at the Finish: 41, six times, last on 8/16/2015 Fewest Running at the Finish: 14 - 6/16/1974Most Cautions: 10 - 8/20/2006 Fewest Cautions: 0 - three times, last on 6/13/1999 Most Caution Laps: 63, 8/24/1975 Few Caution Laps: 0 - three times, last on 6/13/1999Most Wins by a Manufacturer: Ford, 35 Chevy, 26 Mercury, 12 Dodge, 9 Toyota, 5 Buick, 4 Pontiac, 4 Oldsmobile, 2Races won from starting pos 32: 1Races won from the top 5: 57 of 97 Races won from the top 10: 74 of 97Closest margin of victory: 2001, Jeff Gordon over Ricky Rudd - 0.085 seconds Greatest margin of victory: 1989, Rusty Wallace over Morgan Shepherd - 15.71seconds Book about Michigan International Speedway: 40 Years of Champions by Dick Trajnowski Track News and Announcements LTi Printing 250 official name of NASCAR XFINITY Series at MIS: Michigan International Speedway and LTi Printing will continue to expand their strong partnership in 2018.The printing company is increasing its involvement in NASCAR by sponsoring the NASCAR XFINITY Series race on June 9 at MIS.Last year, LTi was proud to sponsor Jordan Anderson during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Michigan International Speedway.The company saw immediate rewards by being involved in the sport and the platform that the track offered by being able to market to multiple businesses and industries in one location.
MIS has added week-long entertainment to all the campgrounds and to the race weekend with special programing and performances throughout the New Holland Fan Plaza.[More](5-2-2017)LTi Printing grabs title sponsorship of Michigan truck race: Michigan International Speedway continues to partner with Michigan companies.The eighth annual MIS Charity Track and Toy Drive goes from 9 a.m. Brenner most recently served as President of DSF Sports and Entertainment for over 10 years, the company that owns the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.In that role, Brenner managed all facets of the multi-unit business as well as leading the design and construction of the Bowling Green Ballpark.The win marked the first time a graduate of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity and NASCAR Next programs has reached Victory Lane in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
It is the first time in NASCAR history that first time winners in each of the three National series on the same weekend: Larson at Michigan in the Cup series.Then earlier this year it sponsored the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series LTi Printing 200.[More]()Kyle Larson won the Pure Michigan 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway for his 3rd win of 2017, 3rd win at Michigan, and 4th career win. There was a 5 minute red flag for track cleanup during the final caution. See unofficial race results, awards, laps led, cautions and more at: Unofficial Race Results (pdf) Cumulative Report (pdf) Penalty Report (pdf) Unofficial Drivers Points Standings (pdf) Unofficial Owners Points Standings (pdf)Michigan will drag tires on track again: Michigan International Speedway, in consultation with NASCAR, is again dragging tires to help provide teams more grip for this weekend's races, but there are a couple of changes, NBC Sports has learned.[More](-2017)Larson wins at Michigan: #42-Kyle Larson won the Fire Keepers Casino 400 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway for his 2nd win of 2017, 1st win at Michigan, and 3rd career win.