Red Horse Racing-11-NCWTS

Red Horse Racing-11-NCWTS

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Andrew Ranger (No. 27 Mopar/Exide Dodge) leads the first practice for the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Pinty’s 250 at Kawartha Speedway in Fraserville, Ontario.

His 75.356 mph lap was the quickest of the 22 cars out on the track for the first practice session. No. 24 James White, No. 25 Joey McColm, No. 18 Alex Tagliani and No. 3 Jason Hathaway are the rest of the top five on the speed chart. No. 22 Scott Steckly was the slowest.
Sep 20 - 11:55 AM

Tony Stewart posted the 26th-quickest, 10-lap average among 27 drivers who ran that long in Saturday morning’s practice session.

That put Stewart in the ballpark with Michael Annett, Landon Cassill, and Alex Bowman. Stewart’s status as even a dark horse for the Sylvania 300 must be called into question.
Sep 20 - 11:52 AM

Greg Biffle spun off turn two at New Hampshire in final practice. He managed to keep his Ford off the wall and sustained minimal damage after going through the grass.

At the time, Biffle was 20th on the chart and undoubtedly looking for additional speed. The team now knows which direction not to take.
Sep 20 - 11:44 AM

Corey Lajoie slapped the wall in final practice for the Sylvania 300 and flattened the right side of his car.

Lajoie is making his first Cup start and lacks experience. He took a provisional to start the race and is simply looking to record track time, which makes him a bad choice as a dark horse.
Sep 20 - 11:40 AM

Cole Custer (No. 00 Haas Automation Chevrolet Silverado) wins the 21 Means 21 pole award for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 175 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

He ran a fast lap of 131.897 mph - a new track record (previous record was held by Kyle Busch, 131.715 mph set on 9/24/2011). This is Custer's second NCWTS career pole in just seven series starts. It is his sixth top-10 start in 2014.
Sep 20 - 11:37 AM

Brian Vickers posted the quickest 10-lap average in Saturday morning’s practice session. He logged a speed of 134.401 mph from his fourth to 13th laps on the track.

Conditions were much cooler in this session than drivers will face on Sunday, but everyone had the same set of circumstances. Vickers may have a long run car and could surge at the end of the Sylvania 300.
Sep 20 - 11:37 AM

Brad Keselowski’s perfect weekend continued through New Hampshire’s Saturday morning session. He posted a lap of 135.622 mph, which was 14/100ths of a second faster than second-place Ryan Newman.

With the exception of qualifying seventh this summer in the Camping World RV Sales 301, this is the same type of performance he showed earlier in the year. He dominated that race and appears to be poised to do so again.
Sep 20 - 9:55 AM

Paul Menard will race chassis No. 485 in the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. It has made only one previous race this year at Richmond, where it started 14th and finished 18th.

That finish is consistent with how Menard has run most of the year on short, flat tracks. Four of his five starts at Phoenix, Martinsville, Richmond, and New Hampshire this year ended in a narrow band of results from 18th through 24th. His best result came in the STP 500 at Martinsville when he finished 10th.
Source: Jayski.com
Sep 20 - 9:51 AM

Kevin Harvick qualified third for the Sylvania 300 and looks to carry the momentum of back-to-back top-fives at Chicagoland and Richmond into New Hampshire.

Harvick was also fast in the Saturday morning session with the fourth-fastest lap at the 45-minute mark. He was running second to Brad Keselowski this summer in New Hampshire’s first race before he ran out of gas on the final restart.
Sep 20 - 9:45 AM

Joey Logano will race chassis PRS-925 at New Hampshire this week. It is a brand new chassis that has not yet been raced.

This team’s backup chassis was last raced as the No. 2 at Sonoma, so there may be some similarity in their design. Short, flat tracks share handling characteristics with road courses and both Logano has been strong on both track types.
Source: Jayski.com
Sep 20 - 9:18 AM

Matt Kenseth carries a three-race, top-10 New Hampshire streak and six consecutive top-15s there into the Sylvania 300. He is searching for a seventh straight finish in that range.

Kenseth posted the eighth quickest speed in Friday morning’s session, but qualified only 16th. He tends to be a long-run driver, however, and a top-10 is well in range.
Sep 20 - 9:17 AM

Chase Elliott has the best 10-lap consecutive average speed in the Nationwide Series Happy Hour practice for the VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The average speed of 173.298 mph in the No. 9 Chevrolet Camaro was best of the 14 cars that ran 10 consecutive laps on the track for this final practice session. No. 62 Brendan Gaughan, No. 60 Chris Buescher, No. 2 Brian Scott and No. 22 Michael McDowell are the rest of the top five on this list.
Sep 19 - 8:22 PM

Cale Conley tops the speed chart in the Happy Hour practice session for the Nationwide Series VisitMyrtleBeach.com 300 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

The No. 33 Chevrolet Camaro driver ran a fast lap of 175.404 mph. No. 6 Trevor Bayne, No. 2 Brian Scott, No. 54 Sam Hornish Jr. and No. 60 Chris Buescher round out the top five of the 41 cars out on the track. The No. 74 Dodge driven by Mike Harmon was the slowest in the final practice session.
Sep 19 - 8:20 PM

Ryan Newman earned his fifth career Coors Light Pole Award in NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour competition Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Newman, from South Bend, Indiana, posted a fast lap of 29.067 seconds (131.035 mph) to capture the F.W. Webb 100 pole for the second year in a row. All five of his Whelen Modified poles have been earned across 12 starts at the 1.058-mile Loudon oval. Ron Silk will join Newman on the front row Saturday after his fast lap of 29.136 (130.725) qualified second. July NHMS winner Bobby Santos was third-fastest at 29.193 (130.470).
Sep 19 - 7:33 PM

Jamie McMurray narrowly missed the pole for the Sylvania 300 at New Hampshire. His speed of 140.437 mph was 3/100ths of a second slower than pole sitter Brad Keselowski.

McMurray is the highest qualified non-Chase driver this week. He finished in the top 10 at Chicagoland and has something to prove by upstaging the Chasers. That makes him a great value this week, especially in salary cap games.
Sep 19 - 5:45 PM


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