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Nissan Sentra B13


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Cod Marca Estilo Transmisión Color Año Precio Ver
14098 Nissan Sentra B13 manual gris oscuro 1991 $3,250 Ver
11930 Nissan Sentra B13 manual negro 1992 $4,950 Ver
13734 Nissan Sentra b13 manual Negro 1994 $4,200 Ver
13661 Nissan Sentra B13 manual CHAMPAGNE 1998 $4,400 Ver
11586 Nissan Sentra B13 manual Gris plata 1999 $5,904 Ver
13993 Nissan Sentra B13 manual Negro 1991 $2,150,000 Ver
11218 Nissan sentra b13 manual Champagne 2001 $9,125 Ver
13671 Nissan Sentra B13 manual negro 1991 $4,375 Ver
13682 Nissan sentra B13 manual negro 1994 $4,200 Ver



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Richmond hoping track access boosts fan experience (The Associated Press)

FILE - In this April 27, 2013, file photo, Matt Kenseth, front right, leads the field at the start of the NASCAR Sprint Cup auto race at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va. From 2-4:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, fans can walk the entire track, enjoy live music, tour a NASCAR hauler and visit key spots in the track's history. Track president Dennis Bickmeier says the idea spawned from a survey the track did with ticker-holders who stopped coming. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)They are calling it ''Track Takeover'' at Richmond International Raceway, and track President Dennis Bickmeier hopes allowing fans onto the racing surface a few hours before race time on Saturday night will not only improve their experience at the 0.75-mile oval, but bring more of them, or bring them back. ''This is a way to give people that access and let them kind of see the sport up close, or a little closer,'' Bickmeier said Thursday. ''This sport defined access, and we've got to keep that going.'' At a time when most agree the racing in NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series has been better than in several years, tracks are always looking for ways to bring fan support back up to the days when it sold itself. ''They focused on selling the Friday night race,'' Bickmeier said.
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Elliott: 'The future will figure itself out' (NASCAR.com)

RICHMOND, Va. -- Outside of it producing some momentum and morale, Chase Elliott says he is taking his two-race NASCAR Nationwide Series winning streak in stride -- even if everyone else is plenty impressed with the 18-year old's debut in a NASCAR national series. Seven races into the season Elliott has six top-10 finishes, punctuated by back-to-back victories in the last two races at Texas and Darlington, which put him atop the championship standings. Elliott comes to Richmond International Raceway for Friday night's Aaron's 312 looking to become the first driver to win three straight in the series since Kyle Busch won three in a row last year (at Bristol, Auto Club and Texas). Should Elliott's No. 9 NAPA Chevrolet visit Richmond's Victory Lane, he would be the first Nationwide Series regular since his team owner Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win three straight. read more...

Kligerman speaks out on Swan Racing restructure (NASCAR.com)

NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Parker Kligerman said Thursday that he and Swan Racing team owner Brandon Davis remain "good friends" and the two are exploring potential racing opportunities for later in 2014.  Kligerman, speaking on his "Kicking It With Kligerman" weekly podcast, addressed the recent news of Swan Racing's demise, a move that left the Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate without a ride in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. "Obviously my race team, Swan Racing, has taken a chance in this break to restructure," Kligerman said. Brandon Davis and I are still good friends. read more...

NAtionwide Series Richmond qualifying order (NASCAR.com)

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After near miss, Scott seeks Richmond rebound (NASCAR.com)

Scott gets his shot at redemption in Friday night's ToyotaCare 250 (7 p.m. ET, ESPNEWS), aiming to end a string of 20 straight Nationwide victories at Richmond by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series regulars. Scott entered the track's most recent 250-lapper with no finishes better than 14th in eight Richmond appearances. read more...

Taxing expansion process took toll on Swan (NASCAR.com)

"I want to build a race team for the long haul," the owner of Swan Racing said just seven months ago, when asked why he was replacing former driver David Stremme. There have been plenty of fly-by-night owners in NASCAR throughout the years, men who got in too deep too soon and then got out. Until Wednesday, when a struggling and overextended Swan Racing team shed its two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series programs, in the process leaving rookie Parker Kligerman under contract, but without a ride. The No. 26 car and rookie driver Cole Whitt have each been transferred to BK Racing -- which overnight becomes a three-car operation -- under the ownership of Anthony Marlowe, a former Swan minority partner. read more...

Driver Reports: Previewing the Richmond race (NASCAR.com)

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Driver Reports: Previewing The Richmond Race (NASCAR.com)