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Moen, the No. 1 faucet brand in North America, will debut as a sponsor on Cole Whitt’s No. 44 Toyota Camry during Friday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Daytona.

Moen, a brand known for performance and excellence, joins Whitt following his season-best performance of the year; eighth at Road America last weekend. Whitt will make his fourth start at Daytona for the Subway Firecracker 250; his best finish came last year when he placed fourth.
Tue, Jul 2, 2013 11:31:00 AM

Wyant Group Raceway is a track that means something to Cayden Lapcevich. The NASCAR Next driver scored his first NASCAR Pinty's Series win at the Saskatoon track last year en route to his record-setting championship season one year ago.

It appears he wants to keep making memories. The Grimsby, Ontario, driver passed D.J. Kennington on Lap 77 and went on to win Race No. 2 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s Wednesday night. It was his second win of the season and fifth of his career. And more importantly, moved him back into championship contention
Jul 27 - 5:06 PM

It took everything Alex Labbe had to hold off D.J. Kennington to score his second NASCAR Pinty's Series win of the season in Race No. 1 of the Velocity Prairie Thunder Twin 100s at Wyant Group Raceway on Wednesday.

Labbe was able to make the pass around Kennington on Lap 75 and then hold the two-time series champion off in overtime to pick up the win in the first doubleheader for Canada's national stock car championship. It marked Labbe's third career win and second of 2017. The 24-year-old picked up a victory at Delaware Speedway when the NASCAR Pinty's Series returned there in June. Kennington was looking for his 20th career win and first since 2013. Cayden Lapcevich, who was involved in a caution on Lap 40, rebounded from his incident to finish third.
Jul 27 - 5:01 PM

Dalton Sargeant's last trip to Pocono Raceway was eventful to say the least. The ARCA Racing Series championship contender crashed in qualifying, then had to unload the back-up car for the same-afternoon race.

Not the end of the world, but Sargeant's No. 77 Cunningham Motorsports Big Tine back-up Ford was a short-track car, not exactly race-ready for a 2.5-mile, high-speed triangle. But, with several of his competitors coming to the rescue, the mob of volunteers turned it into a superspeedway machine in no time. He started last in the race, charged his way forward and was leading by the 22nd lap. He didn't win it, but he led 15 laps and finished a respectable sixth. Sargeant decided he liked the car so much, that the team took the same machine to Iowa Speedway where he led 41 laps en route to Victory Lane. And guess what car's coming back to Pocono for the ModSpace 150 Friday, July 28?
Jul 26 - 9:28 PM

After a rough outing in the spring race at Pocono Raceway, Thomas "Moose" Praytor and his DK-LOK team are looking for more this Friday in the ModSpace 150.

"It was our first outing with an Ilmor (engine) at a downforce track and we learned a lot but it was a long day," said Praytor. "After Pocono we reworked all of our race cars and it’s been paying dividends at every track since. Looking forward to putting it all together Friday." Praytor will be making his 10th start at Pocono this weekend. He normally ranks first for starts at each track among active drivers but Pennsylvania native and ARCA veteran Bobby Gerhart will be making his 57th ARCA Pocono start this weekend.
Jul 26 - 9:23 PM

Vinnie Miller (No. 41 Master Mfg. Inc. Toyota) made his Iowa Speedway debut on July 8.

He finished sixth in the ARCA Racing Series (ARS) Presented by Menards Friends with Benefits 150 after qualifying second. The 19-year-old driver has had a very solid rookie year, tallying seven top-10 finishes in ten starts between the ARS and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.
Jul 26 - 9:14 PM

Saturday’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race at Pocono Raceway marks T.J. Bell’s second start in the series at the ‘Tricky Triangle’.

The No. 45 Chevrolet Silverado driver's most recent start in the NCWTS at Pocono came in 2014. Bell has one Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start at the triangular track, which came in 2011. In addition, he has one NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Pocono Raceway, which came in 2016. Bell has four ARCA Racing Series starts at Pocono Raceway with a best finish of fifth in 2004.-Niece Motorsports
Jul 26 - 9:03 PM

Will Rodgers (No. 7 Solvang Brewing Company Ford) ranks fourth in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standings with five top fives and six top 10s in eight races this year.

Posted a career best finish of second in the most recent race at California's Sonoma Raceway, where he also won his first career pole. Finished 24th overall last season in his only career start at Iowa Speedway.
Jul 26 - 8:57 PM

Michael Self (No. 9 Sunrise Ford/Eibachc Springs/Braille Batteries/Lucas Oil Ford), despite missing the season opener, is tied for fifth in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standings with three top fives and seven top 10s in seven starts

Has six career K&N West wins, including two at both Minnesota's Brainerd International Raceway and Iowa Speedway. Is one of three drivers entered with wins at Iowa previously, having claimed the overall win in 2013, and has four top fives in six career starts at the track.
Jul 26 - 8:56 PM

Dylan Lupton (No. 24 Nut Up Toyota) will be making his third career XFINITY Series start at Iowa Speedway to go along with four prior starts in the K&N Series at the Newton, Iowa track.

Lupton finished 15th in the event earlier this season at Iowa Speedway. The start will mark Lupton's 17th career start in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Jul 26 - 8:53 PM

Chase Purdy (No. 17 Bama Buggies/Textron Off-Road Toyota) is third in the current NASCAR K&N Pro Series standings with three top fives and five top 10s through nine races.

Finished a career-high second in the first of two 100-lap events at Virginia's South Boston Speedway and matched that effort two weeks ago at Michigan's Berlin Raceway. Won his fourth consecutive pole in the most recent event at New Hampshire, giving him six straight starts on the front row entering the race at Iowa Speedway. Is the highest-ranking rookie in the K&N Pro Series East after nine races.
Jul 26 - 8:48 PM

Jesse Little (No. 01 Yazaki/Hino Toyota) is making his second NASCAR K&N Pro Series start of the season after finishing 23rd at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway in April.

Won one of his two career East races at Iowa Speedway, when he finished second overall to Brandon McReynolds in 2015. In eight career starts at Iowa, has three top fives and five top 10s. Finished ninth at Iowa in last month’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event.
Jul 26 - 8:47 PM




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