Tuesday, July 31, 2012

No lights, no problem for Moffitt in Pennsylvania

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East made its first visit to CNB Bank Raceway Park in Pennsylvania since 1988 and provided some unexpected drama.
The lights went out on the backstretch and delayed the race with three laps to go. Brett Moffitt won the Samuel 150, holding off rookie Kyle Larson over the the final three laps and a green-white-checkered flag finish.
It was the second K&N Pro Series East win of the season and the ninth of his career for Moffitt.
Larson posted his seventh top-10 finish in eight races.
Moffitt took over the lead in the East Series standings with the win. Larson moved into second place in the East Series standings.
Chase Elliott, who entered the race in Pennsylvania as the leader in the East Series standings, was 15th.
Go to the K&N website for more on the Samuel 150.

Photo: Brett Moffitt won the Samuel 150 at CNB Bank Raceway Park in Pennsylvania. (Credit: Justin K. Aller/Getty Images for NASCAR)

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