A VIEW FROM THE SKYBOX
Or how creating the 20th anniversary poster landed me a pass to the best seat in the house

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Motorsports artist Hector Cademartori has been commissioned by Auto Club Speedway to design and paint many of the official NASCAR and IndyCar event posters and other projects for some 15 years now… This time his work led to a seat in the ACS President’s Suite for the race.

AUTO CLUB 400
The XFINITY Race: Stage They’re Going Through

LA CAR REPORT—NASCAR is one-hundred times better live. Period. The speed. The quickness of one car closing up to another. The smoke, the noise, the ways the cars crash over bumps in the track, especially at Auto Club Speedway—all of it is multiplied when you’re there. But in case you didn’t get there this weekend for the two races (300 miles Saturday and 400 Sunday—still in the future as I write this), here are some of the things you missed. Story by Brian Kennedy; pictures by Gabriela Moya.

DRIVE TOWARD A CURE
McLaren’s exotic 570GT sports car takes drive for Parkinson’s

McLaren teams more than just cars and camaraderie by providing its exotic 570GT sports car entry in the inaugural Drive Toward a Cure lifestyle/charity rally April 28-30 to CEO Carrolee Barlow of the Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center. The weekend event raises funds for Parkinson’s disease www.drivetowardacure.org and will include two simultaneous rallies meeting in Paso Robles, California #2drives1cause

TRIPLE TREATS IN POMONA
Racing History Project’s Tribute to IMSA, AutoFest 2017 & Tribute to Riverside

The Racing History Project, is a non-profit group that puts on special events which bring participants and fans together to celebrate past motorsports events. people, and places. There are a number of such events coming up in southern California at a great location, the Wally Parks NHRA Museum in Pomona, California.

BONJOUR! CITROËN!
The Mullin Automotive Museum presents…

If you haven’t yet been to the Mullin Automotive Museum, now is the time to visit and see the largest collection of Citroën automobiles under one roof … at least in the United States. The Citroën exhibition features cars from the entire history of the company as well as an in-depth look at Andre Citroën, featuring 46 of the world’s most historic and unique Citroëns including a number of vehicles bodied by French coachbuilder Chapron, a rare twin-engined 2CV Sahara, a Traction Avant Cabriolet and an iconic HY Van. Story and pictures by Dave Wolin.