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Kurt Busch (No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet) has five wins, seven top fives, 14 top 10s; one pole and an average finish of 14.0 at Bristol Motor Speedway

He has an Average Running Position of 14.3, ninth-best; Driver Rating of 92.0, sixth-best; 338 Fastest Laps Run, eighth-most; 850 Green Flag Passes, sixth-most; Average Green Flag Speed of 114.978 mph, sixth-fastest; 5,657 Laps in the Top 15 (62.8%), seventh-most and 480 Quality Passes, sixth-most.-NASCAR.com
Tue, Mar 11, 2014 07:32:00 PM

After leading the lone practice session for tonight's NAPA Auto Parts 150, Todd Gilliland backed the result up with the pole position during group qualifying at Kern County Raceway Park.

With an 18.210-second lap, the reigning NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion scorched the field by beating second-place Chris Eggleston by 0.215 seconds. For the 16-year-old from Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, the 21 Means 21 Pole Award is his second straight at Kern County, his second straight of 2017 and his sixth in the last nine West Series races. Behind the familiar front row is Will Rodgers, who is hot off a career-high finish of fifth last week at Tucson Speedway, in third followed by Matt Levin and six-time series winner Michael Self the top five. With Derek Kraus in sixth, Julia Landauer, Blaine Perkins, David Mayhew and Nicole Behar completed the top-10 starters.
Mar 23 - 8:03 PM

The two drivers of Furniture Row Racing’s No. 77 team hauler were uninjured when their tractor-trailer rig was involved in a hit-and-run accident just after midnight Thursday on their way to this week’s NASCAR Cup Series event at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif.

The incident occurred when a car carrying two occupants pulled off the shoulder and back onto the highway directly in front of the Furniture Row Racing hauler on Interstate 15 approximately 15 miles north of Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Truck drivers Travis Watts, who was at the wheel, and David Shano were uninjured. There was no damage to the trailer or its contents, including the No. 77 Toyota Camrys prepared for driver Erik Jones for this week’s event. However, the tractor sustained front-end damage and a replacement tractor has been rented from Rush Truck Centers of North Las Vegas.
Mar 23 - 7:50 PM

In addition to driving his regular BK Racing No. 83 Toyota in Sunday's Cup Series Auto Club 400, Corey LaJoie will pilot the No. 24 youtheory Toyota in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) Service King 300 at Auto Club Speedway (ACS) on Saturday.

LaJoie has 17 career NXS starts to his credit to go along with six in the Monster Energy Cup Series. He made 10 NXS starts last season for JGL Racing earning a 10th place finish at Bristol (August) and a sixth-place finish at Dover (October). He will be making his second NXS start of the 2017 season for JGL Racing after earning a 16th-place finish in Atlanta.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Mar 23 - 12:26 PM

In addition to driving his regular No. 42 Chevrolet SS in Sunday's Cup Series Auto Club 400, Kyle Larson will pilot the No. 42 ENEOS Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) Service King 300 at Auto Club Speedway (ACS) on Saturday.

He enters Saturday's race as the 2014 winner at ACS, his first career NXS victory. In four previous starts at ACS, he has finished no worse than eighth (average finish of 5.5). Larson has made two NXS starts in 2017 (Atlanta, finished 3rd and Las Vegas, finished 2nd).
Mar 23 - 12:17 PM

Brennan Poole (No. 48 DC Solar Chevrolet Camaro) will make his second Auto Club Speedway NASCAR XFINITY Series start on Saturday afternoon.

He started ninth and finished 13th in last year's event. Poole scored his first top-10 finish of 2017 last week in Phoenix, finishing eighth. Although calling The Woodlands, TX home, Poole was born in Sacramento, CA.-Chip Ganassi Racing
Mar 23 - 12:05 PM

Kyle Busch has recorded three victories at Auto Club Speedway with the most recent of these coming in 2014.

In fact, that 2014 win was the second of consecutive victories on this track. He also has one win on the similarly-configured Michigan International Speedway. Unfortunately, his most recent win at Auto Club was his last real success on a two-mile track. In seven races since then—most of which came at Michigan—he has finished 2th or worse five times.
Mar 23 - 1:19 AM

Austin Dillon’s finishes on two-mile tracks have run the gamut from top-10s to 30th, but he has been mostly strong on them.

Dillon has a best of fourth at Michigan International Speedway in 2015 and another top-10 there in 2016. His best Auto Club Speedway finish is 11th in 2014. Most of his efforts on this track type have been in the teens, and he has an average of .667 in regard to top-20s.
Mar 23 - 1:18 AM

Landon Cassill has steadily improved his results in the past four years at Auto Club Speedway with a best of 16th last year.

Cassill finished 30th in 2013 with Joe Falk, had a pair of 25ths with Mike Hillman in 2014/2015, and then last year’s 16th with Front Row Motorsports. His competition for another top-20 will be much greater this week, but Cassill should be evaluated in practice.
Mar 23 - 1:17 AM

Daniel Suarez showed gradual improvement in his first three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races and then surged into the top 10 at Phoenix International Raceway. It will be important for him to run well at Auto Club Speedway.

Fantasy players need to trust their drivers. Great runs like the one he had a Phoenix are good for PR releases, but a solid top-20 in the Auto Club 400 will show a predictable pattern. Given the strength of Roush-Fenway Racing on this track in the past, it is a fair bet that the No. 19 will finish in the front half of the pack.
Mar 23 - 1:17 AM

Matt DiBenedetto was one of the most pleasant surprises at Auto Club Speedway last year. He finished 27th after starting 33rd and was running on the lead lap.

Unfortunately, he was not as productive on the other two-mile track. DiBenedetto went to Michigan International Speedway and finished in the low- to mid-30s in his next two efforts and was at least five laps off the pace each time.
Mar 23 - 1:16 AM

Kevin Harvick will be penalized for failing inspection of his track bar mount and supports following the Camping World 500 at Phoenix International Raceway.

Harvick will lose crew chief Rodney Childers for one Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series as the team and driver will be assessed a 10-point penalty.
Source: NASCAR.com
Mar 22 - 11:45 PM




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