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Daniel Suárez (No. 6 Toyota Racing Development Toyota) has three wins, 10 top fives and 17 top 10s in 33 career NKNPS East starts.

Finished seventh and second last year at Greenville; runner-up finish in September was track-best effort. Has a top five and three top 10s in three Greenville starts. Is second in points; four points behind Gaulding. Opened season with two straight series wins to become the second driver in series history to win the first two events of the season with Sean Caisse (2006) being the other. Has six career NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series victories and 10 pole wins in 44 career starts.-NASCAR K&N Pro Series-East
Tue, Mar 18, 2014 09:00:00 PM

Kaz Grala will pilot the No. 33 Chevrolet Silverado full time in 2017, across all 23 races of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS).

The soon-to-be 18-year-old rookie, a part-time driver at GMS Racing (GMS) in 2016, accomplished three top-10 results in only nine races and has now earned a larger opportunity to step up to full-time competition in one of NASCAR’s premier racing series. Kaz made it to the final round in NCWTS qualifying in all but one race in 2016. He scored his first top-10 finish in only his second start in the series at Dover International Speedway. In his first race at Gateway Motorsports Park, Kaz brought home yet another top-10 finish. At the rookie’s home track, New Hampshire Motor Speedway, he brought home his best finish of 2016, a 7th-place result.
Source: GMS Racing
Dec 5 - 8:32 PM

The NASCAR PEAK México Series presented an exhibition doubleheader race on Sunday at Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez to mark the return of the series in 2017.

It composed of two competitions, the second with a reverse lineup of the top-10 finishers in the first event. In the first race, Homero Richards (No. 20 Top Group by ZTE Ford), passed polesitter Rafael Martínez (No. 22 Ford) to take the victory of after 43 laps of competition at the 1-mile oval. Jorge Goeters was third, while Abraham Calderon and Rogelio Lopez of Akron completed the top-5. In the second competition, Rogelio Lopez (No. 6 Alpha Racing Toyota) and Abraham Calderon (No. 2 ARRIS-Telcel Toyota) carried out a close duel that ended in favor of Lopez. Alex "Dragón" Gonzalez was third, Piero Rodarte fourth and Jorge Goeters took fifth.
Dec 4 - 7:56 PM

The NASCAR PEAK México Series presented an exhibition doubleheader race on Sunday at Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez to mark the return of the series in 2017.

It composed of two competitions, the second with a reverse lineup of the top-10 finishers in the first event. In the first race, Homero Richards (No. 20 Top Group by ZTE Ford), passed polesitter Rafael Martínez (No. 22 Ford) to take the victory of after 43 laps of competition at the 1-mile oval. Jorge Goeters was third, while Abraham Calderon and Rogelio Lopez of Akron completed the top-5. In the second competition, Rogelio Lopez (No. 6 Alpha Racing Toyota) and Abraham Calderon (No. 2 ARRIS-Telcel Toyota) carried out a close duel that ended in favor of Lopez. Alex "Dragón" Gonzalez was third, Piero Rodarte fourth and Jorge Goeters took fifth.
Dec 4 - 7:55 PM

On October 15, 2015, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) veteran Johnny Sauter announced he would be joining GMS Racing (GMS) for the 2016 season in an effort to claim his first NCWTS championship.

After reuniting with former crew chief and longtime friend Joe Shear Jr. in June, Sauter racked up 12 top-10 finishes in 13 starts leading into the first race of the second round of the inaugural Chase for the NCWTS Championship. In his 13th NCWTS season, Sauter raised the championship trophy alongside his family and a team that had just completed its third full-time season in NASCAR. Sauter has found a home with GMS and will return in 2017 to defend not only his win at Daytona International Speedway, but his NCWTS Championship as well. He will continue to build on the Sauter-Shear legacy, a history that started in the Midwest with their fathers competing against each other.
Source: GMS Racing
Dec 2 - 10:11 PM

The NASCAR PEAK Mexico Series returns to to the track Sunday with a stout starting field and a familiar face as Grand Marshal: newly crowned NASCAR XFINITY Series champion, Daniel Suárez.

There are already 30 confirmed cars for the exhibition race this weekend in the 1-mile oval (1,609 meters) of Autodrome Hermanos Rodríguez, where they will present a program of speed to delight the thousands of fans who will be present in the stands. Jimmy Morales (Series Director) indicated that "Daniel Suarez, our Mexican pride, will be present this Sunday. He's going to do us the honor of being with us as Grand Marshal. "
Dec 2 - 10:03 PM

GMS Racing (GMS) announced that, beginning in 2017, the team will compete full-time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) with driver Spencer Gallagher.

The Las Vegas native will continue to the pilot the No. 23, a number that he has raced since 2006 in honor of former NASCAR driver TJ Clark and his son, Spencer Clark. Gallagher has been with GMS since 2014, first competing in the ARCA Racing Series and most recently the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Over three seasons and 58 starts, he earned three top-fives, 15 top-10 finishes, and two pole awards. He made his NXS debut this past season, earning a best finish of eighth place at Daytona (July). The team debuted the GMS Chevrolet Camaro at Phoenix with a goal of building the program in preparation of running a full-time season in 2017.
Source: GMS Racing
Dec 1 - 8:08 PM

Monster Energy has signed a deal to become the title sponsor of NASCAR’s premiere series, according to NBC’s Dustin Long.

Few details are available, including what the series will actually be called. It is likely that "Cup" will be dropped from the name, which will be a departure from a tradition that dates back to the first time the series had a title sponsor in the early 1971. Jimmie Johnson will be the final NASCAR Sprint Cup champion.
Dec 1 - 7:45 PM

Jamie McMurray scored 12 top-10s in 2016, but only two of these were top-fives.

McMurray made the Chase based mostly on consistency, but he was unable to score a top-10 in the final 10 races of the season. His closest to that mark was an 11th at Chicagoland Speedway, but he remained a decent fantasy value most of the season with 29 top-20s (.806).
Dec 1 - 3:25 PM

Brian Scott finished better than he started in his last eight Cup races despite announcing his retirement from driving.

With the weight of this decision off his shoulders, he seemed to improve. Scott came one position shy of winning his first Cup race as a Rookie of the Year contender when he finished second to Joey Logano at Talladega SuperSpeedway. His final race was also successful with a 15th in the Ford 400.
Dec 1 - 3:25 PM

Joey Gase made six starts in 2016 in the No. 32 Go Fas Racing ride and was running at the end of all of them

More importantly, Gase finished better than he started in five of those races, but his impact on fantasy rosters was minimized by the fact that his best finish of the season was only 32nd well back in March.
Dec 1 - 3:24 PM

Carl Edwards scored the eighth-best average finish of the 2016 season with a 13.86.

Those results were mostly front-loaded with eight top-10s in the first nine weeks that included two victories. Once his position in the Chase was firmly established, he struggled through the rest of the regular season and well into the Chase until a victory at Texas Motor Speedway put him back on the right track. Another strong run at Homestead-Miami Speedway in the final almost won the championship.
Dec 1 - 3:24 PM




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