RK Motors Charlotte Auction: The NASCAR Lots

Wednesday and Thursday we were  looking at all the cars at the RK Motors auction this weekend in Charlotte along with the race cars, today we will look at the NASCAR cars.  If you missed the last two days coverage, CLICK HERE and HERE

There are tons of cool NASCAR race cars and NASCAR related cars rolling across the block this weekend, check them out!

CLICK on each picture for the complete info on the car. All photos credit RK Motors and RKMCCA.com

 

How about an early Dale Earnhardt Sr. car?

 

This one isn’t exactly a NASCAR race car, but its close enough. A.J. Foyt’s USAC car and the last car he ever drove to a championship.

 

All you need to go with these two is an Alan Kulwicki number seven to complete your 1992 NASCAR collection!

 

 

How about a Micheal Waltrip rookie car?

 

How about a Banjo Matthews built car?

 

How about a pair of Dale Earnhardt Sr. Intimidator Camaro’s?

 

 

Any Richard Petty fans in the house?

 

How about this cool “street” Toyota Camry race car built by RK Motors

 

Another Dale Earnhardt Sr item, a hall of fame Corvette

 

And last but not least, Ray Evernham’s custom built “ForPly”

RK Motors Charlotte Auction: The Race Cars

Yesterday we highlighted some of the collector cars going across the block at this weekends auction in Charlotte, NC, today we will look at some of the race cars going across the block.

If you missed yesterday’s blog entry, CLICK HERE to read it.

Check out some of the cool racing iron as well as race related items to roll across the block this weekend. Click each picture for more info on the item. All photos credit RKMotors and RKMCCA.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the NASCAR related items going across the block, check back tomorrow!

Looking for a used Midget Race Car?

Well your in luck the Mecum Monterey Auction has plenty to choose from! Check them out below! For more information visit Mecum online by CLICKING HERE

1929-Henderson-Midget 1939-Smith-Jiggler-Midget 1939-Vukovich-Big-Car 1940-Offenhauser-220-Big-Car 1946-Kurtis-Kraft-Offy-Midget 1946-Solar-Midget 1947--Midget 1949-Studebaker-Midget 1950-Kurtis-Kraft-Quarter-Midget 1951-Hillegass-Bardahl-Special 1956-Hillegass-Sprint 1962-Hillegass-Sprint 1962-Homebuilt-Quarter-Midget 1964-Trevis-Offy-Midget-Roadster 1987-Canaday-Brothers-Volkswagen-Midget 2006-Rassey-Rocket-Quarter-Midget (1) 2006-Rassey-Rocket-Quarter-Midget Crosley-Three-Quarter-Midget Edmunds-Chevy-II-Midget Elto-Outboard-Midget Haller-Special-Big-Car Homebuilt-Indian-Midget Homebuilt-V-8-60-Midget Willys-Midget

 

 

 

We also featured some NASCAR and Lemans race cars today, CLICK HERE if you missed that post!

Kyle Larson In The Daytona Spotlight For All The Wrong Reasons

When you search Kyle Larson’s name on yahoo this morning the top story that comes up is  “Kyle Larson’s Car Flies Into Catch Fence And Injures Fans”. If you look on down you find “Kyle Larson Takes Controversial Win At The Battle At The Beach”. Not exactly the two headlines young Larson had hoped to take away from the 2013 Speedweeks. Number one, he was just in the wrong place at the wrong time in the last lap wreck on Saturday. Number two, his bump and run on C.E. Faulk last Monday night was just good old fashioned short track racing, a young kid going hard for his first short track victory, nothing wrong with that! But instead of focusing on what has already been covered, I want to focus on some of the highlights that haven’t been mentioned near as much as they should this week. (In no particular order)

NASCAR Diversity Driver Of The Year

Kyle Larson was awarded the 2012 NASCAR Drive For Diversity Driver Of The Year Award last week.

(Photo Credit: @kylelarsonracin)

Qualifies 21st In His 1st NASCAR Nationwide Series Start

Not a bad starting position for his first career Nascar Nationwide Series start. Kyle will be running the entire 2013 season for Turner-Scott Motorsports in the #32 Chevrolet Camaro.

(Photo Credit: @kylelarsonracin)

10th, 16th and 1st Place Finishes At The Battle Of The Beach

10th place in the K&N Pro Series race, 16th in the Whelen Modified race, and 1st in the Whelen All American Series race. That’s a 9th place average. Not bad! Not to mention he had only ran five career laps in a Modified before!

(Photo Credit: DaytonaInternationalSpeedway.com)

(Photo Credit: @kylelarsonracin)

Wins at New Smyrna in the USAC Midget Race

Check out the video!

2nd Place Finish For Larson In Arca Race

Larson finished second in the Arca race, a great way to start of speedweeks!

(Photo Credit: Autoweek.com)

Larson Falls To 13th In Nationwide Series Opener

Not the way Kyle wanted to finish his Nationwide debut, he still comes home 13th in the final standings which should make him 10th in points once you take out the Cup regulars. While I’m sure he wished the end of the race would have played out different, its still a good finish considering all the torn up race cars.

Larson Comes Out Of Speedweeks With 7th Place Finish Average

Not bad right? 7 races, 7 different series’, 3 different race tracks, I’d say all and all it was a pretty impressive speedweeks for Kyle Larson, lets give the kid a little credit!