Friday, September 30, 2011
Moffitt wins NASCAR East Series race at New Hampshire
He is 21 points behind leader Max Gresham with one race remaining, tonight at Dover International Speedway in Delaware.
Moffitt won his third race of the season leading 53 laps at New Hampshire.
Gresham, a two-time winner in the East Series this year, was seventh at New Hampshire.
Moffitt has won the past two East Series races at Dover.
Go to the K&N website for more on the East Series race at New Hampshire.
Photo: Brett Moffitt won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, his third of the season.(Credit: Getty Images for NASCAR)
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Labels: Brett Moffitt, NASCAR, New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
Eric Holmes wins NASCAR West Series race at Spokane
Holmes, the reigning West Series champ, won the West Series race at Spokane County Raceway in Washington, his first of the season.
Greg Pursley and Dylan Kwasniewski, the drivers for Gene Price Motorsports, have combined to win eight of the 12 West Series races this season.
Kwasniewski, winner of the previous two West Series races, won the pole at Spokane and led the first 103 laps of the Spokane 200. Holmes took the lead for good on lap 150 and was out front for the last 50 laps of the race.
Go to the K&N website for more on the West Series race from Spokane County Raceway.
Photo: Eric Holmes won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race at Spokane County Raceway in Washington. It was his first win of the season and the 15th of his West Series career.(Credit: Otto Kitsinger/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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Labels: Eric Holmes, NASCAR, Spokane County Raceway, West Series
Friday, September 2, 2011
Rookie Dylan Kwasniewski ranked top driver in NASCAR Hunter Index
Knowing Kwasniewski, he wouldn't care if he won by one point or 100 as long as he won.
That's his approach to racing. It's no surprise he became the youngest driver in K&N Pro Series history to win a race taking the checkered flag at Colorado National Speedway.
He made it two in a row eight days later winning at Montana Raceway Park.
The 16-year-old from Las Vegas is the only driver from the K&N Pro Series West in the top 10 of the Hunter Index.
Philip Morris, who races in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series at South Boston Speedway in Virginia, was second in the Hunter Index after going a perfect 4-for-4 in winning races.
Go to NASCAR Home Tracks for more on the Hunter Index for August.
Photo: Dylan Kwasniewski won two NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races in August and was voted the top driver in the Hunter Index. (Credit: Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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Labels: Dylan Kwasniewski, Hunter Index, NASCAR
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