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Ticket Giveaway Contest – Don’t Mess with Texas 250 at Central Texas Speedway


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Don’t mess with Texas 250 at Central Texas Speedway

July 9, 2016

Ticket Giveaway Contest

 

Tell us why you don’t mess with Texas, and win tickets to the Don’t mess with Texas 250 at Central Texas Speedway!

TXWhat bugs you most about litter or motivates you to take pride in your state? Let us know using the hashtag #dontmesswithtexas.


How to Win:
Tell your friends why you don’t mess with Texas using the hashtag #dontmesswithtexas. On Facebook, be sure to reply in the comments section of our contest post, and tag @CenTexSpeedway on Twitter. The first 50 people to post will receive a pair of tickets to the Don’t mess with Texas 250 at Central Texas Speedway in Kyle on July 9.

DMWT_BumperWinner Selection: The first 50 respondents will be notified via a direct message on Facebook or Twitter, and will receive details about how to claim their tickets.

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Must be a Texas resident to win. Person claiming tickets must be 18 years or older. Only one entry per person will be considered. Please note that Facebook and Twitter may suspend multiple accounts that have been specifically created for a contest. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by Facebook or Twitter.

Austin Wayne Self Collected at Gateway Finishes 28th

AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 27, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self had a less than desirable outing this past weekend as the 20-year old driver was taken out of competition early in a late race accident resulting in a disappointing 28th place finish in Saturday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park.Gateway1

Self, driving the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, started 26th and appeared to be headed for another top-20 finish until lap-120 when the truck driven by Jordan Anderson clipped the back of Self’s truck, turning him up the race track and hard into the outside wall.   As Self’s truck rolled down the track, Jennifer Jo Cobb drove in at speed, violently slamming into the side of Self’s disabled truck.

“Obviously a very disappointing night and one torn up truck,” said Self.  “It’s really too bad our race had to end like that.  He (Anderson) got into me from the back and that’s all it took – I was along for the ride after that.”

Self gives credit to NASCAR for providing safety policies and procedures.

“That was a pretty wicked hit.  You’ve gotta tip your hat to NASCAR, they’ve done a great job keeping us drivers safe inside these trucks.”

The NASCAR Camping Word Truck Series will break for the Fourth of July weekend before returning to action in the Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday, July 7.

AustinFollow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

 

This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Gateway Motorsports Park will be fast and furious with a one day show beginning with with two practice sessions on Saturday, June 25. The opening practice session starts at 8:30 a.m., with the final practice session starting at 10:00 a.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Saturday, June 25 at 4:45 p.m. Follow Live on FS1. The Drivin’ for Linemen 200 will begin at 8:30 p.m.

 

Austin Wayne Self Collected at Gateway Finishes 28th

AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 27, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self had a less than desirable outing this past weekend as the 20-year old driver was taken out of competition early in a late race accident resulting in a disappointing 28th place finish in Saturday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park.Gateway1

Self, driving the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, started 26th and appeared to be headed for another top-20 finish until lap-120 when the truck driven by Jordan Anderson clipped the back of Self’s truck, turning him up the race track and hard into the outside wall.   As Self’s truck rolled down the track, Jennifer Jo Cobb drove in at speed, violently slamming into the side of Self’s disabled truck.

“Obviously a very disappointing night and one torn up truck,” said Self.  “It’s really too bad our race had to end like that.  He (Anderson) got into me from the back and that’s all it took – I was along for the ride after that.”

Self gives credit to NASCAR for providing safety policies and procedures.

“That was a pretty wicked hit.  You’ve gotta tip your hat to NASCAR, they’ve done a great job keeping us drivers safe inside these trucks.”

The NASCAR Camping Word Truck Series will break for the Fourth of July weekend before returning to action in the Buckle Up in Your Truck 225 at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday, July 7.

AustinFollow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

 

This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Gateway Motorsports Park will be fast and furious with a one day show beginning with with two practice sessions on Saturday, June 25. The opening practice session starts at 8:30 a.m., with the final practice session starting at 10:00 a.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Saturday, June 25 at 4:45 p.m. Follow Live on FS1. The Drivin’ for Linemen 200 will begin at 8:30 p.m.

 

Austin Wayne Self Sets Sights on Gateway

AUSTIN, TEXAS (June 21, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self seeks his first top-10 of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season in this weekend’s Drivin’ for Linemen 200 at Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday, June 25.Iowa2

“I’m looking for a strong finish,” said Self.  “We’re coming off two decent back-to-back races and starting to build up some momentum.  Our AM Racing team continues to work hard. Lately our Tundra seems to get stronger every week – and this week will be no different.  I like our chances of bringing home our first top-10 of the season.”

Self, a rookie in the NCWTS, will drive his now familiar No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota under the lights in Saturday’s feature.

Set in the shadows of St. Louis’s famous arch, Gateway Motorsports Park, located across the Mississippi River in Madison, Illinois, is the sight of the series ninth event of the 2016 NCWTS season.

This will be Self’s first trip to the 1.25 mile-paved track and diverse motorsports complex.

Averaging a 19.6 finish, Self currently occupies the 18th position in the overall NCWTS driver championship point standings.

“At a third of the way into the NASCAR Camping World Truck season, we couldn’t be more proud of how Austin and his team are performing. He’s currently ranked 10th in Rookie Points and 18th overall. The team is keeping company with a lot of very talented and experienced drivers, and is learning how to compete at a higher level with each race.  We are particularly proud of how the No. 22 Team has battled through bang-ups a few times this season, and has managed to finish each race, which is so important for the point race. We are all looking forward to another exciting race at Gateway Motorsports Park and will be pulling for Austin and team to bring home their First Top 10 finish!” says Dan Codi, CEO of AM Technical Solutions.

Iowa1Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

 

This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Gateway Motorsports Park will be fast and furious with a one day show beginning with with two practice sessions on Saturday, June 25. The opening practice session starts at 8:30 a.m., with the final practice session starting at 10:00 a.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Saturday, June 25 at 4:45 p.m. Follow Live on FS1. The Drivin’ for Linemen 200 will begin at 8:30 p.m.

 

Coverage for the Drivin’ for Linemen 200 (160 laps, 200 miles) begins at 7:30 p.m. Saturday night.  Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time. Follow NASCAR.com for results.

 

NCWTS Drivin’ for Linemen Television Broadcast Schedule for Saturday, June 25

Catch all the action from Gateway on FOX SPORTS 1!

4:45 PM EST – NCWST Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (FS1)

8:30 PM EST – Start of the Drivin’ for Linemen (FS1)

Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time.

Austin Wayne Self Finishes 16th at Iowa

IowaAUSTIN, Texas (June 20, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self finished 16th over the weekend in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Speediatrics 200 at Iowa Speedway.  Self, with his fifth top-20 finish of his young career bumped up two spots to the 18th position in the overall national championship point standings.

“Another good weekend for the AM Racing group this weekend,” said Self.  “Our Toyota Tundra was solid.  Our team continues to work hard and make progress each and every week.  We’ll get back to work this week for Gateway hoping to grab our first top-10 of the season.”

The NASCAR Camping World Truck series now turns its focus to the series’ ninth event of the 2016 season – the Driven for Linemen 200 at Gateway International Speedway on Saturday, June 25.

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

AM Racing and Austin Wayne Self Looking for More at Iowa

TMSAUSTIN, TEXAS (June 15, 2016) – A rare weekend off for the Sprint Cup Series gives way for a NASCAR XFINITY – Camping World Truck Series weekend double header at Iowa Speedway.

Austin Wayne Self, coming off a career best 13th place finish at Texas Motor Speedway, looks to continue his progression in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series when the tour takes its turn Saturday, June 18th in the running of the Speediatrics 200.

“We’ve been working hard all season-long – taking the good with the bad,” said Self.  “Last weekend was a small victory for our team.  There’s a lot of season left for us to improve.  I’m really excited.   We’re headed in the right direction and looking for more this weekend at Iowa.”

Self, in his NASCAR rookie season driving the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, has notched two top-15 finishes in his first seven series attempts.  Last week’s 13th place finish set a new team best for the first year truck team.

“The truck series is super competitive,” commented Self.  “There are a lot well-established teams and drivers who make this look easy.  I can assure you they’ve all payed their dues to get to this point.  We’re on our way.  This team is dedicated and focused on getting better both on and off the track each week.  I’m really thankful for the opportunity and excited for our future.”

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.TMS1

This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Iowa Speedway will begin with two practice sessions on Friday, June 17. The opening practice session starts at 3:00 p.m., with the final practice session starting at 6:00 p.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Saturday, June 18 at 4:45 p.m. Follow Live on FS1.

Coverage for the Speediatrics 200 (200 laps, 175 miles) begins at 8:30 p.m. Saturday night.  Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time. Follow NASCAR.com for results.

NCWTS Speediatrics 200 Television Broadcast Schedule for Saturday, June 18

Catch all the action from Texas on FOX SPORTS 1 and FOX SPORTS 2!

4:45 PM EST – NCWST Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (FS2)

8:30 PM EST – Start of the Speediatrics 200 (FS1)

Note: All Times Eastern Standard Time.

Career Best NASCAR Finish for Austin Wayne Self at Texas

KS5_5068 rsz_1tmsAUSTIN, TEXAS  (June 12, 2016) – Austin Wayne Self turned in a career best 13th place finish in his highly anticipated home track debut in Friday’s  NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) Rattlesnake 400 at Texas Motor Speedway.

 

“What a thrill! This was a big night for me and our team,” said Self, who delivered a solid performance in front of his home state fans.  “I’ve been coming here since I was a kid and have watched hundreds of laps.  I think tonight might have been bigger than starting at Daytona at the beginning of the year.”

 

“After struggling the last few races our AM Racing team stepped up and rebounded at the perfect time. Our guys did a great job all night long and gave me the opportunity to finish strong.  I can’t wait to come back in November and do this all over again.”

 

After a busy homecoming week filled with media appearances, Self, excitedly made his way to Texas Motor Speedway filled with optimism.  Starting 18th on the grid, the native Texan quickly raced his way inside the top-15 where he’d remain throughout the course of 250-mile event.

 

“Everything went pretty smooth this weekend.  The truck handled great and we had good speed all night long.  We made very few adjustments.  I think we learned a lot which will really help us in the future.”

 

“It was cool having a lot of our team partners at the track weekend.  I can’t thank everyone enough for their continued support.  Without them none of this is possible.  Big thanks to AM Technical Solutions, Sid Miller (Texas Department of Agriculture), Don’t Mess with Texas, Go Texan, Big Ass Fans, Rick’s Salsa, Texas Tea, and Four Escobars.”

 

Friday’s finish was Self’s second top-15 and fourth top-20 finish in seven NCWTS attempts.  He maintains 20th position in the overall series driver point standings.

 

Next up on the schedule is the SPEEDIATRICS 200 from Iowa Speedway on Saturday, June 18.

 

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

AM Racing Introduces Joint Partners in the NASCAR Truck Series

Austin, Texas (June 8, 2016) – AM Racing announced today the addition of two new team partners who join the organization in support of its efforts fielding the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, driven by Austin Wayne Self in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Joining AM Racing are Big Ass Fans and Four Escobars LLC.

Both strategic associate partnership agreements begin this weekend in conjunction with Austin Wayne Self’s series debut at Texas Motor Speedway.

“It’s a privilege to welcome both Big Ass Solutions and Four Escobars Barbeque Sauce (Four Escobars, LLC) brands to our young NASCAR Truck organization,” said Matt Donovan, President of Corporate Partnerships for AM Racing.

“We’re proud to represent these companies and excited to provide them with a unique platform to expose their respected brands to millions of race fans throughout the season.”

Big Ass Solutions, based in Lexington, Kentucky, designs and manufactures the world’s most advanced consumer and industrial ceiling fans and light fixtures. Big Ass Solutions is the parent company of Big Ass Fans and Big Ass Light, as well as the recently launched the Haiku Home residential division. The Haiku residential fan has won than 65 international design and technology awards and hold the top 19 spots on ENERGY STAR®’s list of most efficient ceiling fans. For more information visit BigAssSolutions.com.

“Big Ass Solutions is excited about our entry into racing with the AM Team,” said Kevin Young, Business Development Manager at Big Ass Solutions. “The Lone Star state is our second home – our earliest fans were sold there when the company was founded in 1999. We chose to partner with a Texas-based organization as a sign of support for our largest market.”

Four Escobars Barbeque Sauce, which is based near Austin Wayne Self’s hometown of Austin, Texas, is a provider of Award Winning BBQ Sauce with over 100,000 bottles distributed annually. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/fourescobars/.

“We’re so excited to be part of the AM Racing Family! It’s an honor to partner up with Austin and his team. Great things come out of Texas – NASCAR and Barbecue Sauce,” commented Cletis Escobar, President of Four Escobars, LLC.Big Ass Fans

About Big Ass Fans

Big Ass Solutions’ unique name originated with the massive overhead fans the company perfected to bring comfort and energy savings to large spaces lacking air conditioning, such as dairy barns and factories. Today, though, Big Ass is much more than industrial—and much more than Big Ass Fans. Big Ass means quality, form and function to solve problems in the built environment. Churches and schools needed fans to cool their congregations and classrooms, so the company developed the first silent motor for massive fans. The Big Ass Light division started in 2014 with the launch of the company’s heavy-duty, industrial-grade LED fixtures, so tough you can drive a truck over them. The Haiku Home residential division was recently launched to transform the home through cutting edge technology, iconic design and effortless conservation. Big Ass Solutions has an insatiable drive to research, engineer, innovate and improve. In short, they don’t do things halfway – they go Big Ass.

About Four Escobars, LLC

Four Escobars is the new favorite of Texans everywhere! This barbecue sauce blends the perfect amount of paprika, chili powder and crushed red pepper with just the right amount of sweetness to create a fantastic sauce that makes for “A Little Sweet, A Little Heat.” It will grab both sides of your tongue and leave a lasting impression on your palate. Try all three flavors: Raspberry, Original and Honey.

The name Four Escobars represents family, which is what Texas is all about. The creation and development of this “perfect sauce” came from the four members of the Escobar family: Cletis (dad), Michelle (mom), Gannon and Garrison (sons). Each member played an important role in the development of the sauce. Cletis was the creator, and the rest of the family were the critiques! Gannon was the deciding factor in just how much raspberry should go into the Raspberry sauce, while Garrison was the creative mind “bee-hind” the Honey label.

Four EscobarsThe label was created to highlight cities and towns across Texas. Behind the logo you will find a map of Texas with small towns and large cities nicely faded into the background. Four Escobars was created in Waxahachie, Texas, which is prominently and proudly displayed below the logo. If you look close, you will also find the names of each family member on the map. The GO TEXAN logo is also displayed on the label so consumers will know that it is a Texas product.

Four Escobars, LLC, was established in September of 2013. Distribution started with an HEB partnership in January of 2015. By March of 2016, sales were over 100,000 bottles locally.  HEB has expanded distribution throughout the state of Texas, and now Four Escobars can be found in over 150 HEB locations.

AM Racing Introduces Joint Partners in the NASCAR Truck Series

Austin, Texas (June 8, 2016) – AM Racing announced today the addition of two new team partners who join the organization in support of its efforts fielding the No.22 AM Technical Solutions Toyota, driven by Austin Wayne Self in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

Joining AM Racing are Big Ass Fans and Four Escobars LLC.

Both strategic associate partnership agreements begin this weekend in conjunction with Austin Wayne Self’s series debut at Texas Motor Speedway.

“It’s a privilege to welcome both Big Ass Solutions and Four Escobars Barbeque Sauce (Four Escobars, LLC) brands to our young NASCAR Truck organization,” said Matt Donovan, President of Corporate Partnerships for AM Racing.

“We’re proud to represent these companies and excited to provide them with a unique platform to expose their respected brands to millions of race fans throughout the season.”

Big Ass Solutions, based in Lexington, Kentucky, designs and manufactures the world’s most advanced consumer and industrial ceiling fans and light fixtures. Big Ass Solutions is the parent company of Big Ass Fans and Big Ass Light, as well as the recently launched the Haiku Home residential division. The Haiku residential fan has won than 65 international design and technology awards and hold the top 19 spots on ENERGY STAR®’s list of most efficient ceiling fans. For more information visit BigAssSolutions.com.

“Big Ass Solutions is excited about our entry into racing with the AM Team,” said Kevin Young, Business Development Manager at Big Ass Solutions. “The Lone Star state is our second home – our earliest fans were sold there when the company was founded in 1999. We chose to partner with a Texas-based organization as a sign of support for our largest market.”

Four Escobars Barbeque Sauce, which is based near Austin Wayne Self’s hometown of Austin, Texas, is a provider of Award Winning BBQ Sauce with over 100,000 bottles distributed annually. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/fourescobars/.

“We’re so excited to be part of the AM Racing Family! It’s an honor to partner up with Austin and his team. Great things come out of Texas – NASCAR and Barbecue Sauce,” commented Cletis Escobar, President of Four Escobars, LLC.Big Ass Fans

About Big Ass Fans

Big Ass Solutions’ unique name originated with the massive overhead fans the company perfected to bring comfort and energy savings to large spaces lacking air conditioning, such as dairy barns and factories. Today, though, Big Ass is much more than industrial—and much more than Big Ass Fans. Big Ass means quality, form and function to solve problems in the built environment. Churches and schools needed fans to cool their congregations and classrooms, so the company developed the first silent motor for massive fans. The Big Ass Light division started in 2014 with the launch of the company’s heavy-duty, industrial-grade LED fixtures, so tough you can drive a truck over them. The Haiku Home residential division was recently launched to transform the home through cutting edge technology, iconic design and effortless conservation. Big Ass Solutions has an insatiable drive to research, engineer, innovate and improve. In short, they don’t do things halfway – they go Big Ass.

About Four Escobars, LLC

Four Escobars is the new favorite of Texans everywhere! This barbecue sauce blends the perfect amount of paprika, chili powder and crushed red pepper with just the right amount of sweetness to create a fantastic sauce that makes for “A Little Sweet, A Little Heat.” It will grab both sides of your tongue and leave a lasting impression on your palate. Try all three flavors: Raspberry, Original and Honey.

The name Four Escobars represents family, which is what Texas is all about. The creation and development of this “perfect sauce” came from the four members of the Escobar family: Cletis (dad), Michelle (mom), Gannon and Garrison (sons). Each member played an important role in the development of the sauce. Cletis was the creator, and the rest of the family were the critiques! Gannon was the deciding factor in just how much raspberry should go into the Raspberry sauce, while Garrison was the creative mind “bee-hind” the Honey label.

Four EscobarsThe label was created to highlight cities and towns across Texas. Behind the logo you will find a map of Texas with small towns and large cities nicely faded into the background. Four Escobars was created in Waxahachie, Texas, which is prominently and proudly displayed below the logo. If you look close, you will also find the names of each family member on the map. The GO TEXAN logo is also displayed on the label so consumers will know that it is a Texas product.

Four Escobars, LLC, was established in September of 2013. Distribution started with an HEB partnership in January of 2015. By March of 2016, sales were over 100,000 bottles locally.  HEB has expanded distribution throughout the state of Texas, and now Four Escobars can be found in over 150 HEB locations.

Austin Wayne Self Returns Home for Texas NASCAR Showdown

Austin, Texas (June 7, 2016)  After a two week pause in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule, Austin Wayne Self and his No.22 AM Racing Technical Solutions Toyota team return to action in their home state of Texas for this weekend’s Rattlesnake 400 at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday, June 10.AWS2

A native son of Austin, Texas, Self, will make his first ever start at Texas Motor Speedway and his seventh overall career start in the NCWTS.  Building a strong rookie campaign, the 20-year old driver and his newly formed team currently occupy the 20th position in the point standings.

AWS0“It’s a dream come true to come back to Texas and race in front of my hometown fans,” said Self.

“Texas is where I saw my first NASCAR race when I was five-years old.  It’s truly going to be surreal when I get out there and turn my first laps.”

Looking to better his career best 15th place finish which came earlier in the year at Martinsville, Self looks ahead to his home track, in search for his first career top-10 finish.

“We continue to work and put a lot of effort into this team.  We’ve had some really strong runs get spoiled this year.  Nothing would be better than getting our first top ten this weekend and share it with all our great partners who’ll be out in full force supporting me and our team.”

In celebration of AM Racing’s homecoming, the team will host a good ole fashion Texas Barbeque provided by local favorite and supporter, Blacks Barbeque, for a large contingency of Texas based partners and guests, including AM Technical Solutions, Don’t Mess with Texas, Go Texan, Rick’s Salsa, Texas Tea, and Four Escobars.

“What more could we ask for – this weekend’s Camping World truck race is in our home state at the Texas Motor Speedway! It’s a first for Austin, and we will be there in full force to support him and the entire AMTS 22 team,” says Dan Codi, CEO of AM Technical Solutions. “We know this is a day Austin has been dreaming about for quite some time, and he really wants to perform well for his entire Texas family.”

The pre-race party will feature country music artist, Keith Kelso, who’ll deliver an intimate performance with Texas Motor Speedway serving as a dramatic backdrop. Kelso, well-known within the Austin, Texas music scene and all over the country, will deliver his rich blend of country vocals prior to Friday night’s main event.

AM Racing will also welcome Sid Miller, the Commissioner of the Texas Department of Agriculture, who will serve as the team’s celebrity guest and sit atop the pit box during the Rattlesnake 400.AWS2AWS1

“I am excited to see the GO TEXAN truck in action at this week’s Camping World Truck Series race,” Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller said. “The Texas Department of Agriculture is proud to promote a Texas-owned company like AM Racing that, in turn, supports so many other Lone Star businesses and GO TEXAN members like Toyota, Black’s Barbecue, Texas Tea and Four Escobars. Everyone at the Texas Department of Agriculture will be rooting for Austin Wayne Self and his team this Friday! ”

“Also, let me make a prediction,” Commissioner Miller said, ”regardless of the outcome of the race, the GO TEXAN program and Texas businesses will win big!”

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Social Media: 

Be sure to follow Austin on all social media platforms. You can find him on facebook at facebook.com/AustinWSelf, on twitter at @AustinWSelf and Instagram @AustinWayneSelf.  You can also visit AWSracing.com.

This Week’s NCWTS Schedule:

NCWTS action from Texas Motor Speedway will begin with three practice sessions on Thursday, June 9. First Practice session starts at 2:30 p.m., Second Practice Session starts at 4:30 p.m. and the final Practice Session starts at 6:30 p.m.  Keystone Light Pole Qualifying will take place Friday, June 10 at 5:00 p.m. Follow Live on FS1. The Rattlesnake 400 (167 laps, 250.5 miles) begins at approximately 8:19 p.m. Friday night.  Note: All Times Central Standard Time. Follow NASCAR.com for results.

NCWTS Rattlesnake 200 Television Broadcast Schedule for Friday, June 10

Catch all the action from Texas on FOX SPORTS 1!

5:00 PM CST – NCWST Keystone Light Pole Qualifying (FS1)

8:00 PM CST – Start of the Rattlesnake 400 (FS1)

Note: All Times Central Standard Time.