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Brad Keselowski was the slowest of the playoff contending drivers in the first practice session for the Can Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway with a speed of 135.839 mph. That was the 17th-fastest time.

Keselowski has a 19-point advantage over the cutline this week and could withstand minor struggles. If you think he will take a cautious approach to the race, do not activate him on any fantasy roster.
Fri, Nov 10, 2017 02:50:00 PM

ARCA Racing Series driver Zane Smith (#41 Toyota) and team owner Doug Fuller have been penalized as a result of Smith's actions (retaliation against #55 Michael Self for an earlier incident.. both cars wrecked) while driving in Saturday's Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic 200 at Salem Speedway.

Zane Smith has been fined $5,000, and he and team owner Doug Fuller have been penalized with the loss of 100 championship points (Driver, Owner, Short Track Challenge) as well as corresponding special awards points.
Sep 18 - 8:16 PM

Derek Thorn and the No. 43 Campbell Motorsports announced they are coming back for the 51st edition of the Snowball Derby in December.

In preparation, they decided to make their return to Pensacola, Florida and Five Flags Speedway much earlier than in previous years, more than two months early in fact. Thorn and his team have decided to race in preparation for Late Model racing’s ultimate prize, as they head east for the Night of Champions this Saturday, September 22 at Five Flags Speedway. With the primary focus of Thorn being the 2018 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, where he leads the points at present, the Mike Keen-led team has taken the time to rebuild and rearm for a big end of the year run which will start and end on the Florida Gulf Coast.
Source: Speed51.com
Sep 18 - 8:07 PM

Joey Gase will make his fourth Cup start on a short track this weekend, driving the No. 00 for StarCom Racing.

Gase has made only one short track start in each of the past three years. His most recent outing came at Bristol in August 2017 where he finished 34th for BK Racing.
Sep 18 - 5:13 PM

Alon Day will make his second Cup start and first on an oval this weekend at Richmond Raceway for the No. 23 BK Racing team.

Day’s first start came last year at Sonoma when he finished 32nd on the road course. While this team has been embattled for much of the year, they typically run until the end and that can provide decent results when there is high attrition. With so many playoff drivers desperately in need of a strong run at Richmond, Day could be good bargain basement value.
Sep 18 - 3:59 PM

Bobby Santos III, who will return to NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT)competition driving for Tinio Racing, looks to complete the season sweep for the second straight year.

Santos has won the last three NWMT Tour events at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and has done it by leading a total of just 15 laps.-NASCAR PR
Sep 18 - 2:56 PM

For the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Musket 250 on Saturday, Ryan Preece will sit behind the wheel of the No. 77 for Gary Putnam, a ride that Monster Energy Cup Series star Ryan Newman piloted to a third-place finish in July after leading 16 laps from the pole.

Preece, who has never been to Victory Lane in a points race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, does have one victory in the Whelen All-Star Shootout in 2017.-NASCAR PR
Sep 18 - 2:47 PM

Justin Bonsignore looks to continue on his NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship path by putting himself in position to clinch his first title before the finale even takes the green.

If he has another strong day, and Chase Dowling stumbles, there is one scenario that could see Bonsignore clinch the title at the checkered flag of the Musket 250 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. With seven wins in 13 races, he would love to add the longest race in Whelen Modified Tour history to his winning resume.-NASCAR PR
Sep 18 - 2:42 PM

Tyler Ankrum, who could mathematically seal his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship on Saturday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway, enters the Apple Barrel 125 with a 51-point advantage in the championship standings.

He is heading back to the ‘Magic Mile’ looking to complete the season sweep after leading all 70 laps from the pole in July.-NASCAR PR
Sep 18 - 2:32 PM

Riley Herbst (No. 18 Toyota) finished ninth in Saturday night's ARCA Racing Series Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic at Salem (IN) Speedway.

He started 10th in the lineup and completed 198 laps of the 200-lap race. Herbst, who competed in all 18 ARCA races so far this season is currently third in the 2018 championship standings, 185 points behind second-placed Zane Smith and 485 behind leader Sheldon Creed after this event.
Sep 18 - 2:13 PM

Chase Purdy (No. 8 Toyota) finished third in Saturday night's ARCA Racing Series Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic at Salem (IN) Speedway.

He started ninth in the lineup and completed all laps of the 200-lap race. Purdy, who entered all 18 ARCA races so far this season, is currently fourth in the 2018 championship standings, 105 points behind third-placed Riley Herbst and 590 behind leader Sheldon Creed after this event.
Sep 18 - 2:10 PM

Travis Braden (No. 27 Ford) finished fifth in Saturday night's ARCA Racing Series Kentuckiana Ford Dealers Fall Classic at Salem (IN) Speedway.

He started 11th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 200-lap race. Braden, who entered all 18 ARCA races so far this season, is currently fifth in the 2018 championship standings, five points behind fourth-placed Chase Purdy and 595 behind leader Sheldon Creed after this event.
Sep 18 - 2:07 PM




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