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Butler Charged With Embezzlement

Butler Charged With Embezzlement

According to reports in the Raleigh News & Observer, Barbara Jean Butler, known in the racing community as Jeannie, was arrested April 23 on charges her husband Brian’s company Butlerbuilt Motorsports Equipment kept more than $400,000 in sales tax money and $261,000 in income tax money that had been withheld from employees’ checks dating back to 2003.

Despain Show April 25 On MAVTV

Dave Despain

“The Dave Despain Show” will debut April 25 at 8 p.m. on MAVTV.

2015 Motorsports Show Dates Set

2015 Motorsports Show Dates Set

Dates for the 30th annual Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports Racecar and Trade Show presented by Sunoco and fueled by Insinger Performance have been set for Jan. 23-25, 2015.

NSSN Partners With Loudpedal Productions

National Speed Sport News, America’s trusted motorsports authority since 1934, has partnered with Loudpedal Productions founders Mike and Tim Truex to form Loudpedal Productions, LLC.

Simpson Receives Shav Glick Award

Bill Simpson (right) received The Justice Brothers-Shav Glick Award at Auto Club Speedway Sunday.

Bill Simpson was presented with The Justice Brothers-Shav Glick Award at Auto Club Speedway Sunday

New Int’l Motorsports HoF Induction Process

New Int’l Motorsports HoF Induction Process

The International Motorsports Hall of Fame, adjacent to Talladega Superspeedway, will establish a new process for enshrinement beginning in 2015.

Joyce Ann Martin Hutcherson, 66

Joyce Ann Martin Hutcherson, 66

Joyce Ann Martin Hutcherson, 66, wife of former NASCAR and ARCA driver Ron Hutcherson died March 9.

Simpson Launches New Website

Simpson Launches New Website

Simpson Performance Products Inc., a globally recognized brand in racing safety equipment, has launched a new website at www.TeamSimpson.com.

William Clay Ford Sr., 88

William Clay Ford Sr., 88

William Clay Ford Sr., the last surviving grandson of Ford founder Henry Ford, died Sunday at his home. He was 88.

Ed Hoffman, 78

Ed Hoffman, 78

The “man to beat” for the most part in Chicago area stock car racing in the 1970s and 80s, Ed Hoffman passed away in California on Jan. 27. He was 78.

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