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Tony Lumbis

Tony Lumbis
Tony Lumbis has headed the Marketing Department for Frontstretch since 2008. Responsible for managing our advertising portfolio, he deals with our clients directly, closing deals while helping promote the site’s continued growth both inside and outside the racing community through social media and traditional outlets. Tony is based outside Philadelphia.

Pocono Raceway’s Ricky Durst: Ticket Sales Are No Longer About Tickets

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Those who attend events regularly at Pocono Raceway know that a weekend at the Tricky Triangle is about more than just a race. An infield Block Party highlighted by bands and fireworks, the Jr. Nation Camping Experience, numerous driver appearances and most recently, the grand opening of the Bark Park …

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2015 NASCAR Rewind: Jamie McMurray

Jamie McMurray entered the 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season in familiar territory. While the previous year was statistically strong, featuring a career high 368 laps led for the Joplin, Mo., native, wildly inconsistent finishes prevented the team from making the Chase as they finished the season buried in 18th …

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Kevin Heaney: The Man Behind Pocono Raceway’s Social Empire

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Throughout history, humans have consistently pursued ways to become more interconnected. The expansion of the railways changed the course of U.S. history, allowing travel from coast to coast to happen in days instead of weeks. The Wright Brothers’ first successful flight attempt in 1903 was a critical step toward making …

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Harvick Paces First Practice at Pocono

The first practice for Sunday’s Axalta We Paint Winners 400 at Pocono Raceway is complete. Kevin Harvick, who has yet to win a Sprint Cup race at the Tricky Triangle, topped the chart in his Budweiser/Jimmy John’s Chevrolet with a speed of 176.932. He was followed by Kyle Busch, Carl …

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2014 NASCAR Driver Review: AJ Allmendinger

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Ride: No. 47 JTG-Daugherty Racing Chevrolet Crew chief: Brian Burns Points finish: 13th Stats: 36 starts, one win, two top 5s, five top 10s, zero poles, 68 laps led, four DNFs, 19.7 average start, 20.2 average finish Best finish: First – Watkins Glen High Point: AJ Allmendinger‘s first full season behind the wheel of the No. …

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2014 Driver Review: Martin Truex, Jr.

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Ride: No. 78 Furniture Row Racing Chevrolet Crew chief: Todd Berrier Points finish: 24th Stats: 36 starts, zero wins, one top 5, five top 10s, zero poles, one lap led, three DNFs, 20.1 average start, 20.2 average finish Best finish: Fourth, once (Kansas Speedway, October) High Point: It is difficult to locate a high point of …

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Marketing Magic: How A Track CMO Delivers Value To NASCAR Fans And Sponsors

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In January 2014, a management restructure at the Pocono Raceway resulted in Ben May ascending to Chief Marketing Officer. While the position is new for May, he certainly is no stranger to the Tricky Triangle, having worked with the Mattioli family since 2001. May sat down with our own Tony …

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Beyond the Cockpit: Kyle Larson on the Tricky Triangle, 2014 Aspirations and Home Ownership

Kyle Larson is having an outstanding rookie season. Photo: CIA Editorial Photography

Kyle Larson has been turning heads as a Sprint Cup Series rookie this year, nearly taking the win at Fontana earlier this season while remaining solidly in Chase contention. Larson meet with Frontstretch.com’s Tony Lumbis at Pocono Raceway, where the rookie won the ARCA 200 and brought home a fifth …

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Regan Smith Driver Diary: The End of an Era and a New Beginning

As I'm sure you all know, the past few weeks certainly have not been the most pleasant of my career. I was informed that I would not be back with the team and then found out with the rest of you that Kurt Busch would be in the car. I had an inkling that he was going to replace me, but that was for the team to talk about, not me. What did catch me off guard was the fact that I will be out of the car after Talladega. I would have expected to at least have been able to finish the season after all of my efforts, but it is not to be. With that being said, I am already working on putting this disappointment behind me so that I can focus on the fact that I'll be a free agent and I need to move forward. It's late in the season and a lot of moves have already been made in terms of seats being filled, but those are the cards that I was dealt. I will do the best that I can to emerge from this in the best possible situation.

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