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Whelen All american Series
Whelen All American Series, which was previously known as the Dodge Weekly Series, is a racing competition sanctioned by NASCAR for amateur racers, for whom this series provides to be the entry point in their racing career.
Since its formation many semi professional and amateur aspiring racers take part in it year after year.
In 2005, Whelen All American Series became the first racing competition sanctioned by NASCAR that was carried out on tracks out side United States, in Delaware, Quebec, Alberta, Ontario, Edmonton and Saint-Eustache; but before that the series was carried out on tracks with geographical proximities.
In Weekly series, drivers are allowed to drive any kind of cars, which is why racers are unaware of the opposition that they will be facing on the race track, which is why the point awarding system that is been adopted is rather complex.
As of the NASCAR rules, the points are awarded to the position holders first, inclusive of the bonus points that they earn if they raced against 15 or more cars.These bonus points are doubled if the position holders were facing 25 or more than 25 opponents in a race.
Hence it wouldn?t be wrong to suppose that the racers, who compete against more cars in a race, and finishes at top positions consistently, may be called the winner by the end of the season as he would be having more points than others.
A new rule of crowning the winner of Whelen All American Series was introduced in 2007, and according to which, firstly each province will firstly crown a divisional champion in their province and that divisional champion will face of the divisional champions of the other provinces in a final showdown which would result in Whelen All American Series Champion.
The selection of the car for Weekly series is dependant on the choice of the participants. NASCAR did, however, laid down the type of cars that would be considered eligible, in 2005.
Hence Modifieds, SK Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Late Models, Dirt Modifieds, Dirt Late Models, Pro Late Models, Late Model Stock Cars, Pro and Super Stock Cars, are all welcomed to run on the race field in Whelen All American Series.
The series was previous known as Dodge Weekly Series because it was sponsored by Dodge, but later on November 11, 2006, series had its new sponsors Whelen, after Dodge dropped its sponsorship. Whelen then had the series name changed to NASCAR Whelen All American Series.
The tracks on which the races of the series are run are short tracks and are usually paved, but there are some dirt tracks as well on which the races are run. The usual length of the race in Weekly Series ranges from ? mile to 5/8 mile.
Whelen Motor sports also made an official announcement that one of its racers, Eric Curran would be seen back in action in his C6 Corvette in 2007 SPEED World Challenge.
Prior to that, Curran had two seasons in SPEED Touring Car, and concluded his seasons at fifth position.