Cameron Hayley out-dueled polesitter and race leader Derek Thorn following the ninth and final restart of the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 Saturday night at All American Speedway to earn his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory.
Brad Keselowski posted the second-fastest lap in the first practice session with a speed of 180.155 mph. That was only about 55/1000ths slower than the leader.
Mike Bliss was the driver of record for the No. 93 on the pre-entry list, but Johnny Sauter will replace him in the fourth BK Racing car.
Kurt Busch posted the fastest single lap in the first practice session for the GoBowling.com 400. His top speed was 180.353 mph, which does not quite rise to Denny Hamlin’s qualification record of 181.415 mph.
Austin Dillon will race chassis No. 475 this week. This car last saw action in the Quicken Loans 400 in which he finished 30th.
Matt Kenseth has finished fourth in his last three attempts on unrestricted, intermediate speedways. He started 14th at Kentucky, 15th at New Hampshire, and 13th at Indy en route to those results.
Brad Keselowski will pilot chassis PRS-912 as his primary this week in Pocono. It was last raced at Charlotte this May where it finished 10th.
Alex Kennedy has become the go-to driver for No. 33 Joe Falk team at Pocono and on road courses. He will make his third start on this track in the GoBowling.com 400.
Travis Kvapil is the active driver with the greatest improvement in race trim during the most recent six races. On average he qualifies just shy of the 34th-place position and finishes slightly better than 25th.
Brian Vickers needs a little more seat time at Pocono before fantasy owners decide what to do with him. He has started only three of the last nine races on this track.
After finishing 40th in the Pocono 400 and again in the Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire, Joey Logano rebounded to finish fifth at Indy last week. That was his fourth top-five on a flat track in six races this year.
Ryan Truex has finished in the top 30 only one time in six races this season. His 30th-place finished came on the short track of Martinsville.