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Brennan Poole, 23, will pilot the No. 42 DC Solar Chevrolet Camaro in 15 races in 2015. The Texas native will make his NASCAR XFINITY Series debut this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

In 35 starts in the ARCA Racing Series, he has six wins, four poles, 18 top-fives and 27 top-10s. His career began in the quarter midget ranks (90 wins en route to a 2002 National Championship). After his quarter midgets, he began racing Legends Cars (won 96 races in two years). He transitioned to dirt and went on to win seven times and collect the Texas World Dirt Track Championship. In 2009, Poole made the jump to asphalt late models, won 10 times, including the 2011 United Auto Racing Association Series Championship. He made his ARCA debut in 2011, winning in his first start at Salem (Ind.) Speedway.-HScott Motorsports
Mar 4 - 8:29 PM

Jeremy Gerstner and Jeffreys Racing have joined forces to run the 2015 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour No. 15 Chevrolet.

Gerstner, from Wesley Chapel, Florida, last competed full time in 2013 finishing in 13th overall in the final standings with a season-best finish of ninth and three-Top 10’s. He will join an established team in Jeffreys Racing that has been in racing in NASCAR events for 51 years with over 40 of those years competing in the modified division. The team has competed in the NASCAR Whelen Southern modified Tour since its inception in 2005. They have won races with six different drivers behind the wheel since 1970.
Mar 4 - 4:53 PM

Cale Conley expands his relationship with the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The IAVA will grace the hood and lower quarter panels of the No. 14 Toyota Camry.

This race weekend at LVMS will be the first time that the XFINITY Series Rookie of the Year contender will turn laps at the 1.5-mile tri oval. The 22-year-old has prior experience competing at intermediate tracks, posting his best start of fourth and a best finish of eighth at Kentucky Speedway.-TriStar Motorsports NC
Mar 4 - 4:05 PM

JJ Yeley’s 34th-place finish in the Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500 was the third time in his last three attempts that the driver finished in the 30s on a similarly-configured, 1.5-mile track. All three starts came with BK Racing.

His best run in that span was a 31st at Texas last fall when he finished within three laps of the leader. Fantasy owners can expect a result in the mid-30s range, which will only make him a good value if he qualifies at the back of the pack.
Mar 4 - 1:47 PM

In three previous starts at Las Vegas, Josh Wise’s best result was a 35th he scored in 2013. He was driving a Front Row Motorsports entry at the time.

Last year in his current ride, Wise finished 42nd, but he was still running at the end of the race. The team developed engine problems early and lost 55 laps before the checkers, but they continued to log laps and gain experience.
Mar 4 - 1:33 PM

Landon Cassill has blown engines in back-to-back races on similarly-configured, 1.5-mile tracks. He retired on lap 134 of the AAA Texas 500 last fall and lap 92 of the Folds of Honor Quik Trip 500 last week at Atlanta.

Teams have to press the envelope to find the line and Cassill’s three previous results on this track type ended in the 20s. Give the No. 40 team another race or two on unrestricted, intermediate speedways to work out the bugs and then consider starting them as a dark horse.
Mar 4 - 1:16 PM

Travis Kvapil has one of the most consistent last three races to his credit at Las Vegas. He finished 39th in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

There is another driver with the exact same finish in his last three races and Kvapil would prefer to have his record. Carl Edwards has finished fifth in his last three attempts. In a lightly-funded entry this week, Kvapil will probably be happy to make the show. In fact, after having his primary car stolen last week at Atlanta, Kvapil may be content just to take a few laps.
Mar 4 - 12:43 PM

Ryan Reed has competed at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (LVMS) just once in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS), earning a 15th-place finish after starting in the same position and fighting loose conditions the entire race.

Reed also has one start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at LVMS in 2012 where he finished 17th after starting the race in the 18th position. His best finish at a 1.5-mile track came at Kentucky Speedway in September 2014, where he finished 11th. Reed is the currently third in the NXS championship standings, just eight points behind teammate Chris Buescher and Ty Dillon, who are tied for first place.-Roush Fenway Racing
Mar 4 - 10:45 AM

Twenty-two-year-old up-and-coming driver Brett Moffitt will pilot Front Row Motorsports' No. 34 Ford Fusion for the next three NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races.

The young driver, who finished eighth in Sunday's race at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway, will drive the No. 34 Shaw's Southern Belle Seafood Ford this week at Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway. He will also be behind the wheel of the No. 34 at Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway on March 15 and Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif., on March 22.-Breaking Limits
Mar 4 - 10:33 AM

Brad Keselowski (No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion) will make his 200th career start in Sunday's Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The 31-year-old Ford driver will try to make his deuce wild, and show up in Victory Lane for the second straight season as Sin City's defending race winner. Now in his sixth full-time season on the NSCS circuit, Keselowski boasts the 2012 Sprint Cup Series Championship, 16 wins, 50 top fives, 80 tops 10s and eight Coors Light Pole Awards.-jayski.com
Mar 4 - 10:20 AM

J.J. Yeley will be making his eighth NASCAR XFINITY Series start at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway to go along with his six starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at the track. He has one top-10 finish in XFINITY Series competition which came during the 2006 event.

Last year J.J. finished 21st in his debut performance for JGL Racing. This weekend he will pilot Chassis No. 217, the same car he last ran in the 2014 season ending event at Homestead- Miami Speedway where he qualified 17th and finished 16th.-Integrity Sports Marketing
Mar 4 - 10:03 AM

Jamie Dick will be making his season debut this weekend in the Boyd Gaming 300 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Having last driven in the penultimate event of the 2014 XFINITY Series season, Dick is ready to knock off the winter rust and get back into the drivers seat.

Dick is entering his 5th season of part time NASCAR XFINITY Series completion, having accumulated 55 previous starts. He will be the pilot of the No. 55 Camaro for the next three events as the XFINITY Series completes the West Coast swing. Jeffrey Earnhardt drove the No. 55 entry in the first two races for Viva Motorsports and will get back behind the wheel for future races this season.-Viva Motorsports
Mar 4 - 9:55 AM

Unsatisfied with his results in Atlanta, Mike Bliss is fired up for his tenth NASCAR XFINITY Series start this weekend in Las Vegas. After battling an unresponsive No. 19 Holiday Inn Club Vacations Camry, Bliss and Crew Chief Paul Clapprood will take a huge swing at the 1.5-mile Tri-oval in "Sin City".

Running over 1,700 laps with one pole, four career top-5 and nine top-10's, Bliss is ready to take action in the Boyd Gaming 300 this weekend. This will mark Bliss' 347th career XFINITY Series start. In addition to driving the No. 19 for TriStar, he will drive the No. 32 Draftdemons.com Ford Fusion for Go Green Racing.-TriStar Motorsports NC
Mar 4 - 9:49 AM

Although this may be his first NASCAR XFINITY Series at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, David Starr has already visited Victory Lane here once before in the Camping World Truck Series.

After starting on pole in 2002, Starr went on to win the 146-lap race. He is currently sitting sixth in the NASCAR XFINITY Series driver standings and looks to build on that this weekend. This will mark Starr's 44th NASCAR XFINITY Series race.-TriStar Motorsports NC
Mar 3 - 8:56 PM

Chris Buescher makes his second NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday. In his first start last season, Buescher started 12th and finished ninth.

In the first two races this season, he averages the highest running position at fifth. The sophomore driver has run all but one lap inside the top-15 so far this season. In 25 starts at intermediate tracks in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, Buescher has earned four top-five and nine top-10 finishes, while leading 31 laps. When the checkered flag flew (last week at Atlanta), Buescher crossed the line in fourth, taking over the top spot in the series point standings.-Roush Fenway Racing
Mar 3 - 8:52 PM


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