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When the checkered flag falls on the Ford EcoBoost 400 on Sunday evening, Brad Keselowski will end his reign as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion.

The historic 2012 title gave Penske Racing its first Sprint Cup Series championship in its long, successful history in motorsports. Keselowski entered last year’s race at Homestead needing only a 15th-place finish to secure the NSCS title. After struggling with the handling of the car in the middle of the race, Keselowski was able to make a pass for 15th-place before crossing the finish line to secure the championship.-Penske Racing
Wed, Nov 13, 2013 09:43:00 PM

William Byron (No. 9 AXALTA/WINDSOR Window & Doors Chevrolet Camaro) won the American Ethanol E15 250, his first victory in 14 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races.

This is his eighth top-10 finish in 2017 and his first top-10 finish at Iowa Speedway. Ryan Sieg (second) posted his first top-10 finish in seven races at Iowa. Tyler Reddick (third) posted his first top-10 finish at Iowa. Pole-sitter Christopher Bell led a race-high 152 laps and finished the 250-lap race in 16th place. Elliott Sadler (eighth) leads the point standings by 25 points over Justin Allgaier (ninth).
Jun 25 - 12:15 AM

Matt Crafton (No. 88 Fisher Nuts/Menards Toyota Tundra) was credited with a 19th place DNF in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) M&M’S® 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA.

He started 12th in the lineup and completed 184 laps of the 200-lap race before exiting the race (Accident). Crafton, who started in all nine truck races so far this season, slipped from third to fourth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship standings after this event.
Jun 25 - 12:01 AM

Grant Enfinger (No. 98 Ride TV Toyota Tundra) finished fourth in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) M&M’S® 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA.

He started 10th in the lineup, led 16 laps and completed all laps of the 200-lap race. Enfinger, who competed in all nine truck races so far this season, is currently sixth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
Jun 24 - 11:54 PM

Six races into the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, and Timmy Solomito is looking every bit the driver to beat for the championship.

Saturday, the Islip, New York, driver returned to his home track of Riverhead Raceway and picked up his third win of the season. He held off David Sapienza on an overtime finish to take the Buzz Chew Chevrolet-Cadillac 200. Solomito started on the pole and held serve for his seventh career victory. He also won this event last year. His No. 16 Starrett Tools Ford led three times for a race-high 151 laps, including the final 102 as a caution on Lap 196 pushed the race to 208 laps. The runner-up was a career-best for Sapienza, a Riverhead native. Doug Coby finished third while four-time Riverhead winners Ryan Preece and Justin Bonsignore crossed the line fourth and fifth, respectively.
Jun 24 - 11:34 PM

Chris Buescher earned the best qualification result of his career in Saturday’s time trials for the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway. He’ll start ninth.

Buescher’s previous best came at Bristol Motor Speedway last August when he rolled off the grid 12th. He finished fifth in that race, so his starting position should be considered a good omen.
Jun 24 - 11:24 PM

Kevin Harvick made his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West return and he delivered. The Bakersfield, California, native dominated the Carneros 200 at Sonoma Raceway.

Harvick held off hard-charging Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender in Will Rodgers, while the rest of the field was more than nine seconds back.Harvick won the 1998 West championship on his way up the NASCAR ladder, which culminated in winning the 2014 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship. He drove the No. 4 Fields Ford for Jefferson Pitts Racing to his eighth victory of his career in the K&N Pro West Series. Rodgers, a 22-year-old from Murrieta, California, won his first Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day and brought his No. 7 Solvang Brewing Company Ford home in second place, his best finish of his 14 K&N Pro Series West starts.
Jun 24 - 8:32 PM

Jorge Goeters (No. 31 Cavall Sport-Asaint Toyota) clocked a lap of 38.675 seconds which was good enough to win the pole in qualifying for Sunday's NASCAR Peak Mexico Series Sidral Aga 90 at Autódromo de León in Leon, Mexico.

No. 20 Homero Richards, No. 15 Ruben Pardo, No. 11 Hugo Oliveras, No. 48 Salvador de Alba Jr., No. 40 Michel Jourdain Jr., No. 28 Ruben Rovelo, No. 77 Xavi Razo, No. 17 Luis Felipe Montano and No. 2 Abraham Calderon round out the rest of the top 10 starters in the 25 car lineup.
Jun 24 - 8:25 PM

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regular Christopher Bell (No. 4 Toyota Tundra), driving the No. 20 ToyotaCare Toyota, won the Coors Light Pole Award for the American Ethanol E15 250 with a lap of 133.305 mph.

This is his first pole in two NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races. It is his second top-10 start in 2017 and his first career pole at Iowa Speedway. Kyle Benjamin (second) posted his third top-10 start of 2017 and his first at Iowa. Sam Hornish Jr. (third) posted his ninth top-10 start at Iowa. This is Hornish's NXS season debut. William Byron (sixth) was the fastest qualifying Rookie of the Year contender.
Jun 24 - 8:14 PM

Timmy Solomito has an early edge in his bid to repeat as winner of the Buzz Chew Chevrolet-Cadillac 200 at Riverhead Raceway.

Solomito, of Islip, New York, posted a quick lap of 12.056 seconds (74.652 seconds) in qualifying Saturday at the Long Island bullring for his fifth career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Coors Light Pole Award. The season points leader, Solomito earned his first career pole at the venerable quarter-mile in 2013. Ronnie Williams will join Solomito on the front row in just his second career Whelen Modified Tour start. The rookie from Ellington, Connecticut, turned a qualifying lap of 12.065 (74.596). Shawn Solomito was third-fastest at 12.072 (74.553) followed by Ryan Preece at 12.087 (74.460) and Tom Rogers Jr. at 12.134 (74.172).
Jun 24 - 8:06 PM

Kyle Larson continues to dominate racing. He posted a lap of 95.295 mph and won the pole for Sunday’s Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.

Larson has not been consistently strong on road courses, but after winning Michigan International Speedway last week and two sprint car races on Monday and Tuesday, plus another World of Outlaws Sprint Car race last week, it’s impossible to discount the importance of momentum.
Jun 24 - 3:37 PM

Noah Gragson (No. 18 Switch Toyota Tundra) finished sixth in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) M&M’S® 200 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA.

He started on the pole, led 16 laps and completed all laps of the 200-lap race. Gragson, who competed in all nine truck races so far this season, advanced one spot to ninth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
Jun 24 - 3:30 PM




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