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Anthony Simone (No. 95 Innovative Plumbing & Mechanical Dodge) finished 22nd in Sunday's NASCAR Pinty's Series Can-Am 200 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario.

He started seventh in the lineup, led 15 laps and completed 29 laps of the 55-lap race. Simone, who closed out 2016 ranked 14th in the NPS championship points, starts the 2017 season 22nd in the driver standings.
May 22 - 11:36 AM

Grant Enfinger (No. 98 Champion Power Equipment/Curb Records Toyota Tundra) finished seventh in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

He started 16th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Enfinger, who competed in all five truck races so far this season, moved up from eighth to seventh in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 22 - 11:30 AM

Vinnie Miller (No. 41 Master Mfg. Toyota) finished ninth in Sunday's ARCA Racing Series Menards 200 at Toledo (OH) Speedway.

He started eighth in the lineup and completed all laps of the 200-lap race. Miller, a NASCAR K&N Pro Series-East regular, is currently 12th in that series driver championship standings.
May 22 - 11:28 AM

John Wood (No. 38 Champion Parts/Lights Out/Bullet Proof Energy Chevrolet) finished 10th in Saturday night's NASCAR K&N Pro Series-West (KNPSW) Orange Show 150 at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, CA.

He started 17th in the lineup and completed 145 laps of the 150-lap race. Wood, who was making his first start of the six KNPSW races so far this season, is currently 33rd in the 2017 championship standings after this event.
May 22 - 11:21 AM

Ryan Truex (No. 16 Sea Watch Toyota Tundra) finished fourth in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

He started 11th in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Truex, who competed in all five truck races so far this season, advanced three spots to sit ninth in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 22 - 11:04 AM

Joey McColm (No. 1 CBRT/Piloti Ford) was credited with a 24th place DNF in Sunday's NASCAR Pinty's Series season-opening Can-Am 200 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario.

He started 21st on the grid and completed 12 laps of the 55-lap race before exiting the event (Rear End). McColm, who closed out the 2016 NPS ranked 20th in the points, starts the 2017 season 24th in the driver standings.
May 22 - 11:00 AM

Brett Moffitt (No. 7 Toyota Tundra) finished 18th in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

He started seventh in the lineup and completed all laps of the 134-lap race. Moffitt, who competed in all five truck races so far this season, dropped one spot to 10th in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 22 - 10:43 AM

John Hunter Nemechek (No. 8 Fire Alarm Services, Inc. Chevrolet Silverado) finished 22nd in Friday night's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) NC Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC.

He started 13th in the lineup and completed 132 laps of the 134-lap race. Nemechek, who competed in all five truck races so far this season, is currently 11th in the 2017 NCWTS Championship point standings after this event.
May 21 - 8:49 PM

Kevin Lacroix (No. 74 Dodge) finally figured out Canadian Tire Motorsport Park last fall, and the off-season did nothing to slow him down. Nor did the rain that arrived in force in the final laps of Sunday's NASCAR Pinty's Series season-opening Can-Am 200.

The Saint-Eustache, Quebec, driver scored his second win in a row at the famous 2.459-mile road course. He won the E3 Spark Plug Pole Award Saturday, and then drove by Andrew Ranger on the final lap of Sunday's race for his fifth career win. A Lap 49 caution forced the race into overtime, with Lacroix and Ranger swapping the lead multiple times over the final turns before Lacroix pulled away for the win by 1.916 seconds.
May 21 - 8:09 PM

It took him most of the afternoon to get there, but once NASCAR K&N Pro Series driver Harrison Burton cleared Dalton Sargeant for the lead with eight laps to go, he set sail for victory lane, winning the ARCA Racing Series Menards 200 Sunday afternoon at Toledo Speedway.

Burton, in the No. 28 Dex Imaging Toyota, worked hard for the victory, coming from the back to the front just in time to track down the leader in the closing laps. It had to have been a heartbreaker for Sargeant, who dominated the race, leading 161 of 200 laps, only to give it up when it mattered most (finished second). Chad Finley, who won at Nashville earlier this year, finished third. Zane Smith finished fourth and Riley Herbst a career-best fifth.
May 21 - 7:53 PM

California's Orange Show Speedway has been a perfect fit for Chris Eggleston. For the second consecutive season, he victorious in the Orange Show 150.

Saturday night, the 28-year-old Erie, Colorado, driver won the Coors Light Pole and dominated the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race on the quarter-mile. It was his second win of the season and seventh time in his career. The victory also marked the 2015 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion's sixth top five finish of the season. Sheldon Creed and Todd Souza came home second and third, respectively.
May 21 - 12:04 PM

Jamie McMurray finished fifth in the All-star race, which was his second career top-five in the exhibition race.

His last top-five was a win in 2014. McMurray and his teammate Kyle Larson have been exceptional on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks this year and they should be on players’ radar screens for the Coke 600.
May 20 - 9:46 PM

Kurt Busch finished fourth in the All-star race. He was 2.27 seconds behind his brother Kyle Busch.

That was Busch’s third consecutive top-five finish and his fourth such result in the past five races.
May 20 - 9:44 PM

Jimmie Johnson won the battle off pit road in the final stop, but he got snookered on the restart and lost the lead to a more determined Kyle Busch.

Johnson said he had to be a little patient because he could not jump the leader. That lost him the lead and clean air took care of the rest.
May 20 - 9:42 PM

Kyle Larson made a dramatic pass on Jimmie Johnson in the final lap of the All-star race and finished second.

Larson was the class of the field most of the evening, but he came out of the pits fifth and that was just too much room to overcome.
May 20 - 9:39 PM


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