NASCAR has been known for taking bold moves. This past season the Cup series raced on dirt for the first time in decades. Next season they will try something perhaps even bolder, racing in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
NASCAR will make history on Feb. 6, 2022 when it moves its non-points exhibition, the Clash, to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The race — which has been held at the Daytona International Speedway since its inception in 1979 — will also mark the first stock-car race at the venue,
The Riverside Fox, after 18 months of dormancy, is back. I can attest to it, because I was there. That was Friday night. I was among the crowd when the English band Squeeze broke the silence. Or rather Squeeze’s opening act,
NASCAR officials announced Tuesday that it will hold its annual preseason exhibition Clash on Feb. 6, 2002, at the iconic Los Angeles Coliseum. The Clash at the Coliseum will be a signature event as a part of the venue’s centennial celebration and mark the first time NASCAR’s prelude to the annual Daytona 500 will take place somewhere other than Daytona International Speedway.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum ~ The Clash ~ NASCAR
NASCAR is going stadium racing in 2022 at an unlikely venue. Series officials announced on Tuesday that the season-opening Clash will take place at The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Feb. 6. It will mark the first NASCAR race held inside the stadium since it opened in 1923.
The Kaiser High School baseball team is doing its best to make the most of difficult circumstances. The Fontana Unified School District requires athletes and coaches in all sports to undergo frequent coronavirus testing and allows teams to compete only against other schools that are still testing.