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Scott Heckert won his second 21 Means 21 Pole Award in the last three NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races Saturday at Columbus Motor Speedway.

He paced the historic half-mile in 14.288 seconds (83.903 mph) in his No. 34 Project Lifesaver Chevrolet. The 20-year-old from Ridgefield, Conn., also won the pole at Langley Speedway in Hampton, Va.Rookie Nick Drake qualified second at 14.370 (83.424).Ryan Gifford qualified third at 14.450 (82.962) just ahead of his Rev Racing teammate Sergio Pena. Rev Racing has won two of the three NASCAR K&N Pro East races run at Columbus.Jesse Little, who is coming off his first NASCAR win last week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, rounded out the top five qualifiers.
Sat, Jul 19, 2014 08:31:00 PM

Aric Almirola finished eighth in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k Sonoma Raceway, which is his first career top-10 on this track.

That is an indication of just how strong the Stewart-Haas Racing team is. All four of their drivers landed in the top 10 this week. Almirola continues to lag behind some, but is still a great fill-in pick on one's roster.
Jun 24 - 6:44 PM

Erik Jones finished seventh in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k Sonoma Raceway after starting deep in the field in 20th.

Jones has improved in all three road course races and now has back-to-back top-10s on the track type. Jones had to battle back from early contact with Michael McDowell and use some pit strategy, but that is part of success on road courses.
Jun 24 - 6:29 PM

Kurt Busch finished sixth in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k Sonoma Raceway to earn his 11th straight top-12 on a road course.

Busch is often unassuming on road courses, but his consistency suggests he should be run this August at Watkins Glen International and during the playoffs on the Charlotte Roval.
Jun 24 - 6:25 PM

Kyle Busch finished fifth in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k Sonoma Raceway to earn his seventh consecutive top-10 on a road course.

Busch seesawed through the race, but rose to the top one more time. The four multiple winners all finished inside the top five this week, so the battle for supremacy continues. It does not appear that anything is going to change between now and the playoffs so keep playing the odds and load your roster with marquee racers.
Jun 24 - 6:22 PM

Chase Elliott finished fourth in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k Sonoma Raceway to score his first top-five finish on a road course.

Elliott's only other top-10 on this track type came on this track last year, but he still considers this one of his worst courses. Elliott's last two attempts at Watkins Glen International ended in 13th-place finishes, so don't commit to him too soon on that course.
Jun 24 - 6:16 PM

Clint Bowyer finished third in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k at Sonoma Raceway to earn his sixth top-five in the last eight races on this track.

Bowyer has been stellar on this twisty track in California, but before you start thinking about starting him at Watkins Glen International, consider that he has only a couple of strong runs on that course. Evaluate him there.
Jun 24 - 6:11 PM

Kevin Harvick finished second in the Toyota/SaveMart 350k at Sonoma Raceway after starting sixth.

That was Harvick's fourth consecutive finish of sixth or better on this track. Despite the pit stop strategy, he had a car capable of challenging for the win, but likely had a second-place car. Harvick keeps his momentum alive heading into Chicagoland Speedway.
Jun 24 - 6:04 PM

Martin Truex Jr. split the final segment in half and won the Toyota/SaveMart 350k by 11 seconds over Kevin Harvick.

Truex snookered Harvick and the rest of the field by calling for a pit stop that would have split the race into threes. Harvick was leading at the time and tried to time his stop to come on the same lap. With fresh tires, Truex ran Harvick down and passed him before Harvick pitted a second time. Road course races are won with good strategy calls.
Jun 24 - 5:58 PM

Denny Hamlin won stage two of the Toyota/SaveMart 350k at Sonoma Raceway.

Hamlin inherited the top spot with the two dominators of the race, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick pitted near the end of the segment in order to position themselves to win the overall race.
Jun 24 - 4:32 PM

Jamie McMurray hit his rev limiter and damaged his engine on lap 36 at Sonoma Raceway (11 into stage two) and damaged his engine. He was pushed to the garage.

McMurray was another dark horse contender to win the Toyota/SaveMart 350. His incident happened on the same lap as the blown engine on AJ Allmendinger.
Jun 24 - 4:11 PM

After apparently missing a shift, AJ Allmendinger blew his engine and will retire from the Toyota/SaveMart 350k at Sonoma Raceway.

Allmendinger has not had very good fortune at Sonoma, but if you rolled the dice on him as a dark horse, make sure to remove him from your NASCAR Fantasy Live roster.
Jun 24 - 4:06 PM




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