George Brunnhoelzl hasn’t enjoyed the type of season he’s used to in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, but picking up a win and setting a new record might help make him feel a little better.
Brunnhoelzl passed Andy Seuss on Lap 119 and remained out front the rest of the way to win the Caraway 150 at Caraway Speedway. Brunnhoelzl also used the win to break a tie with Seuss for the most tour wins at Caraway with his 13th triumph in the 60th race held at the unofficial home track for the southern modifieds. Points leader Burt Myers finished second with Jason Myers third. Seuss followed in fourth and Danny Bohn completed the top five.
Ryan Partridge (No. 9 Sunrise Ford/Eibach Springs/Lucas Oil Ford) logged a lap of 69.003 mph in qualifying for tonight's NASCAR K&N Pro Series-West NAPA Auto Parts/Idaho 208 at Idaho's Meridian Speedway.
No. 50 Chris Eggleston, No. 19 Riley Herbst, No. 7 Noah Gragson, No. 16 Todd Gilliland, No. 6 Cole Rouse, No. 27 Gracin Raz, No. 54 Julia Landauer, No. 33 Nicole Behar and No. 21 Blaine Perkins round out the rest of the top 10 in the 21 car lineup.
Andy Seuss (No. 11 Davis Roofing/Vestal Buick GMC Chevrolet) logged a lap of 101.670 mph in qualifying for tonight's NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Caraway 150 at Caraway Speedway (Sophia, NC).
No. 1 Burt Myers, No. 15 Jeremy Gerstner, No. 4 Jason Myers and No. 40 Danny Bohn round out the rest of the top five in the 11 car lineup.
Erik Jones (No. 20 GameStop/Overwatch Toyota Camry) won the 21 means 21 Pole Award for the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 (187.207 mph).
This is his 11th pole in 53 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) races. It is his eighth pole and 26th top-10 start in 2016 and his first pole in four races at Kentucky Speedway. Daniel Suarez (second) posted his 27th top-10 start of 2016 and his fourth in four races at KS. Elliott Sadler (third) posted his seventh top-10 start at KS and his 20th in 27 races this season.
Ryan Partridge (No. 9 Sunrise Ford/Eibach Springs/Lucas Oil Ford) is at the top of the speed chart in the both the first and final practices leading to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series-West NAPA Auto Parts/Idaho 208 at Idaho's Meridian Speedway.
He put up a 69.295 mph lap in the final session. No. 50 Chris Eggleston, No. 19 Riley Herbst, No. 7 Noah Gragson, No. 16 Todd Gilliland, No. 54 Julia Landauer, No. 27 Gracin Raz and No. 6 Cole Rouse were others running fast laps in these sessions.
Justin Bonsignore knows if he's going to catch Doug Coby in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship race, he's going to need to all the points he can get in the final three races and that means finding success at a place that's long plagued him: New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Mission accomplished for the Holtsville, New York, driver Saturday afternoon. Bonsignore dominated the FW Webb 100, lead 77 laps and holding off the field in a green-white-checkered finish to score his first win at the "Magic Mile." It was also Bonsignore's third win of the season. More importantly, it allowed him to slice seven more points off Coby's lead. Coby, the three-time tour champion, holds a 13-point advantage on Bonsignore with two races remaining. Ron Silk finished second, followed by Coby, Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate Matt Swanson and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Ryan Newman.
William Byron (No. 9 Liberty University Toyota Tundra) won the UNOH 175, his sixth victory in 18 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races.
This is his sixth victory and 11th top-10 finish in 2016. Christopher Bell (second) posted his first top-10 finish in one race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway (NHMS). It is his eighth top-five and 12th top-10 finish in 2016. Matt Crafton (third) posted his ninth top-10 finish in 14 races at NHMS. Byron clinched a spot in the NCWTS Chase Round of 6 with the win.
Jeremy Gerstner (No. 15 GMR Lawncare/Carriage House Chevrolet) is at the top of the speed chart in the lone practice for the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Caraway 150 at Caraway Speedway (Sophia, NC).
The 101.368 mph lap was the quickest of the 11 cars out on the track for the session. No. 11 Andy Seuss, No. 40 Danny Bohn, No. 28 George Brunnhoelzl and No. 14 Trey Hutchens are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 79 David Calabrese was the slowest in this practice.