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Kevin Lepage (No. 74 The Thirty Days Foundation Dodge) will miss the Nationwide Series Lilly Diabetes 250 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The team is outside the top 30 in owner’s points and not guaranteed a start in this weekend’s NNS race. Based on NASCAR's time trial procedure, upon completion of the first round of qualifying, the 40 eligible cars for starting positions 1-40 is determined. His car was listed as 41st on the chart.
Sat, Jul 26, 2014 01:52:00 PM

Ryan Blaney has scored six top-10s in the first 15 races of 2016, which is a "batting" average of 0.400.

When he misses, Blaney is often still a good value. He has finished in the back half of the pack only four times and rarely costs fantasy owners many points. Equally important, he has finished better than he started eight times, which has added place-differential points in games that offer them.
Jun 24 - 4:52 PM

Joey Logano has the sixth-best average finish this season with an 11.6 in the first 15 races. Unfortunately, his place-differential of 3.47 is among the five worst, which means his adjusted total would be closer to 15th.

Logano still deserves a lot of attention for his performance. If the team can figure out how to keep up with adjustments—like they did in last week’s FireKeepers Casino 400 victory at Michigan International Speedway—they will be back in championship form.
Jun 24 - 4:51 PM

David Ragan has not had a lot of success in his transition to BK Racing, but he shows a slight trend in the right direction. His last two attempts ended on the same lap with the leaders.

Ragan finished 23rd at Pocono Raceway and was 22nd at Michigan International Speedway in the two most recent outings. In 15 races this year, he has managed to go the full distance only five times, which makes him a difficult mid-cap pick.
Jun 24 - 4:50 PM

Chris Buescher is behaving much more like a rookie should. His has steadily improved this year and showed promise in several recent races: most notably by scoring top-20s at Dover International Speedway and Michigan International Speedway.

Buescher will deserve greater attention as the series heads to tracks for the second time in 2016. With track time under his belt, his confidence will grow and it will not be surprising to see him score a top-15 or even -10 on a driver’s track.
Jun 24 - 4:49 PM

Fantasy players looking for a good differentiator this week, might want to pay close attention to Aric Almirola. His last three road course attempts ended in top-20 results.

Almirola was 18th in 2014 at the Glen, 14th in last year’s Sonoma Raceway event, and 16th back at the Glen. His 2014 Toyota / Save Mart 350 attempt landed 23rd, which is close enough to mid-pack to keep him from costing very many points.
Jun 24 - 4:48 PM

Among active series drivers, Matt Crafton has the most starts at Gateway Motorsports Park (12), has completed the most laps (1888), has led the most laps (60), has the most top-10 finishes (7), and has the most lead lap finishes (8).

Chase Status... Crafton is currently first in the 2016 NCWTS driver point standings after seven races this season, with an 11-point lead over second-place William Byron. As one of two drivers with multiple wins this season, the two-time NCWTS champion is all but guaranteed a spot in the eight driver chase which kicks off at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon on September 24.-ThorSport Racing
Jun 23 - 9:25 PM

After an impressive runner-up finish in his first race with Mason Mitchell Motorsports (MMM) last weekend at Madison International Speedway, Kyle Weatherman returns to the seat of the No. 98 machine for this weekend’s Herr’s Potato Chips 200 at Winchester Speedway.

The 18-year-old driver enters the 10th race of the 2016 season third in the overall championship standings and third in Short Track Challenge presented by Protect Plus points. This weekend’s race marks the fifth race of the 2016 edition of the Short Track Challenge. Weatherman is no stranger to success on ARCA’s short tracks with 27 short track starts, earning 16 top-five finishes and 22 top-10s. He has three starts at Winchester earning one pole, and two fourth-place finishes.
Source: ARCA Racing
Jun 23 - 9:18 PM

After a strong top-10 finish, Cole Rouse sets his sights on Sonoma Raceway, his first career road course race. Entering the sixth race of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season, the Arkansas native sits sixth in points.

"I felt like the No. 6 Sunrise Ford Ford was a top-five car at Colorado (National Speedway). A broken rear-end really put a damper on those hopes, but we were still able to salvage a top-ten and remain in a solid points position," Rouse said. The NKNPSW returns to the two-mile road course of Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California, June 25, for the running of the Chevy's Fresh Mex 200. Sonoma Raceway is one of two road course races on the NKNPSW circuit.-Spire Sports Inc.
Jun 23 - 9:15 PM

It’ll be another new adventure for Matt Kurzejewski this weekend at Winchester Speedway when the Herr’s Potato Chips 200 comes to life on the historic high-banks.

He has never raced at Winchester but he’s heard a lot about it, including the comparisons to Salem Speedway. "The Ken Schrader race team has told me several times that it has the same characteristics as Salem, which I liked racing at," Kurzejewski said. "Several big name race car drivers say Winchester is their favorite track so I am excited to get there and see what all of the hype is about." Kurzejewski finished seventh at Madison last Sunday, another track he had never raced at.
Source: ARCA Racing
Jun 23 - 9:10 PM

NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) driver Dakoda Armstrong will substitute for Matt Tifft in this weekend’s ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards event at Winchester Speedway on Sunday, June 26.

Tifft, who sat out this past weekend in the NXS and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) at Iowa on advice from his doctor, was scheduled to race the Venturini Motorsports (VM) No. 15 Toyota in this coming Sunday’s ARCA Series Herr’s Potato Chip 200, but will again sit out as he recovers from a recent medical procedure to alleviate a lower back problem.-VM
Jun 23 - 9:04 PM

On loan from Kimmel Racing, third-generation ARCA racer Will Kimmel knows a bargain when he sees one. When the Sellersburg, Indiana driver got the call to drive the No. 22 Cunningham Motorsports Ford in three races this year, he didn’t have to think about. Done deal.

His quest to win in the 22 started last weekend at Madison; however, he struggled with brake issues and finished 10th. He can’t wait to head to Winchester and take a run at turning his luck around. The last time Kimmel lined up for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race at Winchester, it was only a teaser. "We did a start-and-park last time. Worse part was we were actually really fast without really even trying. We sort of used it as a test session in case we ever got to come back and run hard."
Source: ARCA Racing
Jun 23 - 8:57 PM




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