Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Dylan Kwasniewski wins second straight NASCAR West Series race

Dylan Kwasniewski won his second NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race in a row, leading 99 laps at Montana Raceway Park on Saturday night.
Kwasniewski became the youngest driver, at 16 years, two months, to win a NASCAR K&N Pro Series race last week at Colorado National Speedway.
The driver from Las Vegas took the lead from pole winner and Gene Price Motorsports teammate Greg Pursley on lap 52 of the Toyota/TTC 150 in Montana. He was out front for the final 48 caution free laps.
Pursley extended his lead in the West Series standings with a fourth-place finish.
Go to the K&N website for more on the West Series race at Montana.

Photo: Dylan Kwasniewski, a 16-year-old driver from Las Vegas, won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race at Montana Raceway Park, his second in a row. (Credit: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for NASCAR)

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