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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 2019 Schedule Announced



Via NASCAR Media

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West schedule will kick off on the dirt of Las Vegas and culminate on the big stage in Phoenix, with a challenging mix of tracks in between that will test the top drivers and teams throughout the west.

The 14-race schedule will visit 13 different tracks in nine states from February to November. It will include two combination races with the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and three companion races with the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

“This is one of the most dynamic and diverse schedules we’ve had, and it’s going to be a lot of fun for fans of the series to watch their favorite drivers compete at a variety of venues,” said Brandon Thompson, NASCAR managing director for regional racing. “You have a tremendous mix of a dirt track, road course, historic bullrings and speedways that is sure to produce an exciting season.”

The 66th season of the series, which traces its roots back to the Pacific Coast Late Model Series, will kickoff with a distinct old school feel: racing stock cars on dirt. The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will host the Star Nursery 100 on Thursday, Feb. 28, as part of the track’s Pennzoil 400 presented by Jiffy Lube NASCAR race weekend.

The inaugural Star Nursery 100 was won by eventual ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards champion Sheldon Creed and was the first NASCAR K&N Pro Series race on a dirt track since 1979.

The 2019 titlist will be crowned in a much-anticipated return to ISM Raceway as part of the track’s NASCAR Playoff weekend in November. The 1-mile track recently completed a $178 million renovation project and hosts the penultimate round of the NASCAR national series playoffs.

The K&N Pro Series West last ran in Phoenix in 2015, when Todd Gilliland scored his first career NASCAR win as a prelude to back-to-back West title campaigns. The track was also the site of 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Joey Logano’s first NASCAR win in 2007 as well as Ryan Blaney’s first NASCAR win in 2011.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will also return to another popular stop: Irwindale Speedway, on Saturday, March 30. The graduated banking on the half-mile speedway outside of Los Angeles has produced thrilling racing since it first opened in 1999; it has hosted 26 events between 1999-2011, and from 2014-17.

Other schedule highlights include:

Tucson Speedway in Arizona will again host twin 100-lap features, on Saturday, May 11. Kody Vanderwal scored the underdog sweep in the inaugural 2018 event.
The series will race on the road course at Sonoma Raceway on Saturday, June 22, as part of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series weekend. Will Rodgers scored the win over a trio of Cup drivers in 2018.

Twice the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will go head-to-head with its East counterparts. The first is the annual stop at Iowa Speedway, on Friday, July 26, and the second as part of a doubleheader with the INDYCAR Series on Saturday, Aug. 24, at Gateway Motorsports Park, just outside of St. Louis.

The series will make its traditional summer visits to Colorado National Speedway (Saturday, June 8), Washington's Evergreen Speedway (Saturday, Aug. 17) and Oregon's Douglas County Speedway. Colorado has hosted the West series each of the last 12 seasons. Evergreen has held 56 races since 1965, including the last eight seasons. Douglas has held 16 West races, bringing the series to the fairgrounds each of the last three years.

Idaho's Meridian Speedway will bring the series back for the fifth consecutive year on Sept. 28, a run that included Hailie Deegan's historic first NASCAR win in 2018. It's followed by back-to-back California dates - first at the tight quarter-mile of All American Speedway in Roseville on Saturday, Oct. 12, and then the high-speed half-mile of Kern County Raceway Park in Bakersfield on Saturday, Oct. 26. All American has been part of the West series every season since 2008, while Kern will be hosting its 10th race since it opened in 2013.

Contact:
Jason Christley
NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
(386) 310-6094
jchristley@nascar.com

2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Schedule
Date, Track, Location, Laps
Thurs., Feb. 28 Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas, Nev. 100
Sat., March 30 Irwindale Speedway Irwindale, Calif. 150
Sat., May 11 Tucson Speedway *Tucson, Ariz. 100s*
Sat, June 8 Colorado National Speedway Dacono, Colo. 175
Sat, June 22 Sonoma Raceway Sonoma, Calif. 64
Sat, June 29 Douglas County Speedway Roseburg, Ore. 150
Fri., July 26 Iowa Speedway Newton, Iowa 150
Sat., Aug. 17 Evergreen Speedway Monroe, Wash. 175
Sat., Aug. 24 Gateway Motorsports Park Madison, Ill. 120
Sat., Sept. 28 Meridian Speedway Meridian, Idaho 208
Sat., Oct. 12 All American Speedway Roseville, Calif. 150
Sat., Oct. 26 Kern County Raceway Park Bakersfield, Calif. 175
Sat., Nov. 9 ISM Raceway Avondale, Ariz. 100

* Twin 100-lap championship points races
Schedule subject to change

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Derek Thorn Wins in Colorado

Derek Thorn (6) led 85 laps en route to the win in Saturday's NAPA Auto Parts 175 at Colorado National Speedway
(Photo Courtesy Timothy Nwachukwu/NASCAR via Getty Images)

Via NASCAR Media

Dacono, Colo - Only two yellow flags slowed Saturday Night's NAPA Auto Parts 175 at Colorado National Speedway. That didn't slow down Bob Bruncati Racing as Derek Thorn was able to take the victory. In addition, Thorn's teammates Ryan Partridge and Trevor Huddleston finished second and third

"Coloradio National has been good to us," Thorn said. "To have the Sunrise Fords one-two-three tonight, I think that's a first for us, just really pround of Partridge and Huddleston and all the guys at the show wo work really hard for this."

Thorn's Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil/Eibach Springs Ford finished 2.752 ahead of Partridge. It was the second race in a row that Thorn and Partridge finished 1-2 as Partridge won the previous race at Orange Show Speedway. Huddleston's third notched his best finish in his sixth career start.

Derek Kraus was the pole sitter and held the early lead over Thorn and Cole Rouse. The lead changed hands several times before Partridge slicked his way to the front from his seventh starting position. He would lead the field to the competition caution on lap 88.

During the competition yellow, the field pitted while Devin Dodson stayed out and inherited the lead. Dodson's stay out front didn't last long as Partridge was able to retain the lead.

Lap 136 saw Thorn maneuver and pass Partridge for the lead. the 2013 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion was able to maintain the lead the race the rest of the way for his first win in 2018.

Thorn's victory moved him into the lead in the season long points battle. Thorn leads Partridge by two points.

“We are going to enjoy the moment, it’s a long year in the K&N series. You gotta take every race one race at a time because you never know what’s going to happen. Hopefully we’re there at the end of the year for a championship.” Thorn said

Two Bill McAnally cars finished out the top five as Kraus place fourth and Hailie Deegan took fifth. The rest of the top 10 included Cole Rouse, Kody Vanderwal, Mat Levin, Dodson and Vanessa Robinson.

The NAPA Auto Parts 175 at Colorado National Speedway is set to air on NBCSN on June 14th at 6:00 PM ET.

The series will return to action Saturday, June 23rd for the Carneros 200 at Sonoma Raceway in Northern California's wine country.

Contact:
Jason Christley
NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
(386) 310-6094
jchristley@nascar.com

NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST-Colorado 175 Results
Saturday At Colorado National Speedway Erie, CO
Lap length: 0.37 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (2) Derek Thorn, Lakeport, CA, Ford, 175 laps, 101.657 mph.
2. (7) Ryan Partridge, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Ford, 175.
3. (6) Trevor Huddleston, Agoura Hills, Calif., Ford, 175.
4. (1) Derek Kraus, Stratford, Wis., Toyota, 175.
5. (5) Hailie Deegan, Temecula, CA, Toyota, 175.
6. (4) Cole Rouse, Fort Smith, Ark., Toyota, 175.
7. (3) Kody Vanderwal, LaSalle, Colo, Ford, 174.
8. (10) Matt Levin, Tucson, Ariz., Chevrolet, 174.
9. (8) Devin Dodson, Ocean City, MD, Ford, 174.
10. (9) Vanessa Robinson, Las Cruces, N.M., Ford, 174.
11. (12) Rudy Vanderwal, LaSalle, Colo, Dodge, 174.
12. (11) Todd Souza, Aromas, Calif., Toyota, 173.
13. (14) John Wood, Eagle, ID, Chevrolet, 168.
14. (13) Takuma Koga, Nagoya, Japan, Chevrolet, 167.
15. (15) Cassie Gannis, Phoenix, AZ, Toyota, 154, rear end.

Race Statistics
Time of Race: 0 hours 38 minutes 13 seconds
Margin of Victory: 2.752 seconds
Fastest Qualifier: D.Kraus (78.187 mph, 17.036 seconds)
Caution Flags: 2 for 12 laps.
Lead Changes: 7 among 5 drivers.
Lap Leaders: D. Kraus 1-10; D. Thorn 11-17; C. Rouse 18-22; D. Thorn 23-60; R. Partridge 61-91; D. Dodson 92-95; R. Partridge 96-135; D. Thorn 136-175.
Standings: 1. D. Thorn, 217; 2. R. Partridge, 215; 3. D. Kraus, 203; 4. C. Rouse, 199; 5. K. Vanderwal, 192; 6. T. Huddleston, 189; 7. H. Deegan, 188; 8. M. Levin, 167; 9. T. Souza, 154; 10. T. Koga, 141.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

BMR and Bruncati Teams Will Once Again Do Battle at CNR



Via NASCAR Media

The rivalry between Bill McAnally Racing and Bruncati Racing will once again be tested this weekend at Colorado National Raceway. It will be the 12th straight season and the 16th visit of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.

CNR has held the Pro Series West every year since 2007. Drivers for McAnally's team since then have won six times. Their chief rival, BBR have two total wins at the speedway, one by Derek Thorn in 2013 and one by Ryan Partridge in 2015. It's quite possible that the winner of Saturday's race could come from either team.

Last year, McAnally's team finished in the top three positions at Colorado National RacewayFormer BMR driver Chris Eggleston won three times out of the last for seasons. NASCAR Next Driver Cole Rouse now drives for the same team Eggleston raced for.

The battle for the championship is tight with Partridge holds a lead of only three points over Thorn. Derek Kraus is only 12 markers behind Partridge while Rouse is 14 points in arrears to Partridge.

2018 has been a surprising year thus far. Kody Vanderwal swept both races at Tucson Speedway and is a title contender. Hailie Deegan is a BMR driver who ran well and led laps in the East Series event at Memphis International Raceway. Trevor Huddleston has posted three top 10 finishes in four starts in his Sunoco Rookie of the Year campaign and could be a big factor in the upcoming event.

RACE FACTS

RACE NAPA AUTO PARTS 175
PLACE Colorado National Speedway
DATE Saturday, June 9
TIME 8:30 p.m. MT
TELEVISION NBCSN, Thursday, June 14 – 6 p.m. ET
TRACK LAYOUT .375-mile oval
2017 WINNER Chris Eggleston
2017 POLE Chris Eggleston

EVENT SCHEDULE

Saturday — Garage opens: 11 a.m. MT; Practice: 2:15-3 p.m.; Final practice: 3:15-3:154 p.m.; Group qualifying: 6 p.m.; Driver Autograph Session: 7:30 p.m.; NAPA Auto Parts 175: 8:30 p.m. (approx.)

TWITTER @cnsracing
HASHTAG #NAPAAutoParts175

Saturday, June 10, 2017

Eggleston Hits A Home Run At Colorado National Speedway



DACONO, Colo. -- Chris Eggleston has made it clear that he's in the championship fight for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West title. For the second straight race, the 28-year-old from Erie, Colorado, won the Coors Light Pole Award and then pulled away from the field en route to the checkered flag. Saturday night, the win came at Eggleston's home track of Colorado National Speedway in the NAPA/Toyota 150.

"I didn't feel like we had the winning race car there in the early goings," Eggleston said in Victory Lane. "The No. 16 (Gilliland) kinda got out front, checked out, and was holding a pretty good race pace a little bit. I did everything I could to keep up with him without abusing the tires. And our car wasn't really good firing off on short run speed, but it really had a lot of long run speed."

Eggleston's No. 99 Platinum NAPA Filters Toyota led a Bill McAnally Racing sweep of the top three spots -- he was followed across the finish line by runner-up Derek Kraus and championship points leader Todd Gilliland -- for his third win in the last four series races at the .375-mile oval just miles from his hometown.

Ironically, he finished third in 2015 when he won the series title.

"Once we checked out and got single file, I didn't think there was going to be that much grip on the top in (Turns) One and Two," said Eggleston, who pulled away for a win by .767 seconds following a retart with 14 to go. "It's just predominantly lost grip the last couple years, and we kind of tested the waters out there midway through the race. I thought we found some speed, and it helped me conserve tires more than anything running up there and it kind of saved us.

"Hats off to everybody at Bill McAnally Racing, NAPA Auto Parts; three wins in s season, that's the best we've ever done and we're just hopefully going to build on that and keep chipping away on that 16's lead."

The win was the eighth in his career and allowed Eggleston to inch closer to Gilliland, who leads by seven points after seven of 14 races this season. The two have combined to win every race, with Eggleston taking the season opener before Gilliland rolled off four straight to build his championship lead. But Eggleston has responded with back-to-back victories to tighten the points back up.

Eggleston was fastest in both practice sessions and claimed his third career Coors Light Pole earlier in the day. Eggleston took the lead from Gilliland using a pass on the outside on Lap 100 and then withstood several challenges on restarts from both Gilliland and Kraus. Gilliland led a race-high 85 laps and Eggleston led 64.

Gracin Raz finished fourth, followed by rookie Kody Vanderwal. Julia Landauer, Ron Norman, Michael Self, rookie Will Rodgers and Todd Souza rounded out the top 10. The NAPA/Toyota 150 will air on NBCSN on Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. ET. The K&N Pro Series has a weekend off before heading to the road course, with the Carneros 200 at Sonoma Raceway.

Contact:
Brooke Franceschini
NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
(386) 631-6142
bfranceschini@nascar.com

NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST-NAPA/Toyota 150 Results
Saturday
At Colorado National Speedway
Erie, CO
Lap length: 0.37 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (1) Chris Eggleston, Erie, Colo., Toyota, 150 laps, 47.526 mph.
2. (2) Derek Kraus, Stratford, Wis., Toyota, 150.
3. (3) Todd Gilliland, Sherrils Ford, N.C., Toyota, 150.
4. (13) Gracin Raz, Lake Oswego, Ore., Ford, 150.
5. (11) Kody Vanderwal, LaSalle, Colo, Ford, 150.
6. (6) Julia Landauer, New York, N.Y., Ford, 150.
7. (5) Ron Norman, Tucson, Ariz., Chevrolet, 150.
8. (4) Michael Self, Park City, UT, Ford, 150.
9. (9) Will Rodgers, Solvang, Calif., Ford, 150.
10. (10) Todd Souza, Watsonville, Calif., Toyota, 150.
11. (12) Matt Levin, Tucson, Ariz., Chevrolet, 150.
12. (17) Dan Phillippi, Los Angeles, Calif., Ford, 150.
13. (18) Rich DeLong III, Santa Clarita, Calif., Chevrolet, 150.
14. (19) Jesse Iwuji, Carrolton, Texas, Chevrolet, 149.
15. (15) Rudy Vanderwal, LaSalle, Colo, Chevrolet, 147.
16. (14) Takuma Koga, Nagoya, Japan, Chevrolet, 145.
17. (8) Nicole Behar, Spokane, WA, Toyota, 142, radiator.
18. (21) John Wood, Eagle, ID, Chevrolet, 141.
19. (16) Stafford Smith, Eagle, Idaho., Ford, 139.
20. (7) Blaine Perkins, Bakersfield, Calif., Chevrolet, 93.
21. (20) Bill Kann, Scottsdale, Ariz., Toyota, 76, accident.

Race Statistics
Time of Race: 1 hour 10 minutes 4 seconds
Margin of Victory: 0.767 seconds
Fastest Qualifier: C.Eggleston (79.065 mph, 16.847 seconds)
Caution Flags: 9 for 49 laps.
Lead Changes: 10 among 3 drivers.
Lap Leaders: C. Eggleston 1-11; T. Gilliland 12-75; C. Eggleston 76; T. Gilliland 77-85; C. Eggleston 86; T. Gilliland 87-92; C. Eggleston 93; T. Gilliland 94-99; C. Eggleston 100-136; D. Kraus 137; C. Eggleston 138-150.
Standings: 1. T. Gilliland, 316; 2. C. Eggleston, 309; 3. D. Kraus, 260; 4. K. Vanderwal, 243; 5. W. Rodgers, 242; 6. N. Behar, 239; 7. J. Landauer, 236; 8. M. Self, 231; 9. T. Souza, 230; 10. M. Levin, 228.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Eggleston Hopes For Home Cooking This Weekend At Colorado National Speedway


Via NASCAR PR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Chris Eggleston hopes a return home will help him continue building momentum in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. The series heads to Colorado National Speedway in Dacono, Colorado, on Saturday, June 10 for the NAPA/Toyota 150.

The 2015 series champion chipped into his points deficit at California’s Orange Show Speedway in the series’ most recent event, earning his first Coors Light Pole Award of the season en route to the victory, putting him within 11 points of the K&N Pro Series West points leader and Bill McAnally Racing teammate Todd Gilliland. Eggleston’s victory was his second of the season — but it was his first since the season opener at Arizona's Tucson Raceway — and it snapped Gilliland’s dominant run of four straight wins.

Eggleston, who is from Erie, Colorado, just eight miles down the road from the .375-mile oval, returns to his home track where he’s a multi-time Legends track champion and a multi-time Super Late Model feature winner. His first two career NASCAR K&N Pro Series starts came at Colorado National Speedway, the second of which he won after qualifying third in 2014.

In his four career starts at Colorado National, Eggleston has two wins, three top fives and an average finishing position of fourth. As the series hits the halfway mark of the season, Eggleston finds himself in prime position to inch closer to a second K&N Pro Series West title.

RACE: NAPA/Toyota 150
PLACE: Colorado National Speedway, Dacono, Colorado
DATE: Saturday, June 10
TIME: 8:30 p.m. MT
AIRDATE: NBCSN, Thursday, June 15 at 7 p.m. ET
TRACK LAYOUT: .375-mile progressively banked asphalt oval
2016 WINNER: Chris Eggleston
2016 POLE SITTER: Todd Gilliland
EVENT SCHEDULE: Saturday, June 10 - Garage opens: 11:30 a.m.; Practice: 2:45-3:30 p.m.; Final Practice: 4:15-5:05 p.m.; Driver/Crew Chief Meeting: 5:15 p.m.; Qualifying: 6 p.m.; Autograph Session: 7:30 p.m.; Driver Introductions: 8:15 p.m.; NAPA/Toyota 150: 8:30 p.m.
TRACK CONTACT: Eric Guttormson, (303) 984-0404, webmaster@coloradospeedway.com
TWITTER: @cnsracing
EVENT HASHTAG: #NAPAToyota150
NASCAR IMC CONTACT: Brooke Franceschini, (386) 631-6142

FAST FACTS:
The Race: The NAPA/Toyota 150 will be the seventh of 14 races on the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West schedule.

The Procedure: The maximum starting field is 22 cars, including provisionals. The first 18 cars will secure starting positions based on the group qualifying process. The remaining four spots will be awarded through the provisional process. The race will be 150 laps covering 56.25 miles.

The Track: A .375-mile asphalt oval, the track features four degrees of banking on the straights and progressive banking of six to 12 degrees in the corners.

Race Winners: There have been 11 different winners in the 14 previous K&N Pro Series West races held at Colorado National. Mike Duncan, Eric Holmes and Chris Eggleston each have two wins at the track.

Pole Winners: In the 14 previous events at Orange Show, there have been 12 different pole winners. Eric Holmes and Dylan Kwasniewski each won two poles at the track.

NAPA/Toyota 150 Notes:
Looking To Rebound: Most teams in the garage would be happy to qualify fourth and finish sixth after leading a handful of laps, taking their finish and looking to build on it.

But for point leader and defending NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion Todd Gilliland, that exact effort at California’s Orange Show Speedway marked the worst outing of the year for the 17-year-old Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, driver — snapping an historic four-race winning streak.

In fact, the sixth-place finish was Gilliland’s worst since finishing eighth in the 2016 season finale. Fear not Gilliland fans, by finishing sixth, Gilliland extended his streak of top-10 finishes to 14 straight dating back to a 24th-place finish nearly one full year ago at Sonoma.

With four wins, five top fives and six top 10s in six races this season — including the first five poles of the year — Gilliland still leads Eggleston by 11 points atop the series standings with eight races remaining.

Up Front: Qualifying has been key over the course of history at Colorado National Speedway. Eleven consecutive winners have come from inside the top three on the starting grid.
In 12 of the 14 K&N Pro Series West races in history at the track, the winner started inside the top three. Four winners came from the pole position, while five event winners started on the outside of the front row.

No driver has started worse than 14th — Steve Portenga in 2001 — and gone on to win at Colorado National Speedway. Mike Chase won the inaugural series race at the track in 1995 from the ninth starting position.

Self Taught: For the first time this season, Michael Self finds himself inside the top 10 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standings.
Self, who missed the first race of the season, finished eighth at Orange Show for his fifth straight top-10 finish. The Park City, Utah, driver has six career wins and finished a career-high of fourth in the 2013 standings.

In four career starts at Colorado, Self has three top 10s and a best finish of fourth in 2012.

Quiet Charge: Nicole Behar has been quietly stringing together an impressive return to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.
After running only a handful of races last season, Behar’s family-owned team has five top 10s through six races this season and ranks fourth in the overall standings. Only Gilliland and Eggleston, the top two drivers in the standings, have more top 10s than Behar this season.

Behar, of Spokane, Washington, opened the year with five straight top 10s, including a season-best finish of fourth at Irwindale, and was running inside the top 10 again before a crash ended her night early in the most recent run at Orange Show.

In her only career start at Colorado, Behar finished ninth.

NASCAR HOME TRACKS: FULL PLATE OF RACING AT COLORADO NATIONAL SPEEDWAY
A NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track featuring the Super Late Model division as its premier division, the Pro Trucks and Super Stocks join the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West on the schedule this weekend.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Eggleston Wins At His Home Track



Via NASCAR Media

DACONO, Colo. (June 12, 2016) – Chris Eggleston didn’t let a rain delay prevent him from winning in front of his hometown fans Saturday night in the NAPA/Toyota 150 at Colorado National Speedway.

The 26-year-old Erie, Colorado native collected his second consecutive NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory after leading 102 laps. It wasn’t an easy win however, Eggleston had to overcome a two hour rain delay and numerous battles for the lead, including one with his teammate Todd Gilliland with one lap to go.

This marks the Colorado native’s second K&N Pro Series West win at his home track. He earned his first in 2014 which resulted in him getting a full-time ride with Bill McAnally Racing and ultimately, the 2015 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship.

Gilliland, a member of the 2016-17 NASCAR Next class and the leader in the Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings, finished runner-up to his teammate after winning the 21 Means 21 Pole Award earlier in the day.

Gracin Raz, last year’s NAPA/Toyota 150 race winner Ryan Partridge and Blaine Perkins rounded out the top five.

Fellow NASCAR Next members Julia Landauer and Noah Gragson finished sixth and 10th, respectively. While Ron Norman, Matt Levin and Cole Rouse completed the top 10.

The NAPA/Toyota 150 will air on NBCSN Thursday, June 16 7 p.m. ET/5 p.m. MT.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West will be back in action Saturday, June 25th at California’s famed road course, Sonoma Raceway.

Contact:
Brooke Franceschini
NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications
(386) 631-6142
bfranceschini@nascar.com

NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST-NAPA/Toyota 150 Results
Saturday
At Colorado National Speedway
Erie, CO
Lap length: 0.37 miles
(Start position in parentheses)
1. (2) Chris Eggleston, Erie, Colo., Toyota, 150 laps, 51.139 mph.
2. (1) Todd Gilliland, Sherrils Ford, N.C., Toyota, 150.
3. (5) Gracin Raz, Lake Oswego, Ore., Ford, 150.
4. (4) Ryan Partridge, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., Ford, 150.
5. (6) Blaine Perkins, Bakersfield, Calif., Chevrolet, 150.
6. (7) Julia Landauer, New York, N.Y., Toyota, 150.
7. (11) Ron Norman, Tucson, Ariz., Ford, 150.
8. (12) Matt Levin, Tucson, Ariz., Ford, 150.
9. (8) Cole Rouse, Fort Smith, Ark., Ford, 150.
10. (10) Noah Gragson, Las Vegas, NV, Ford, 150.
11. (13) Stafford Smith, Eagle, Idaho., Toyota, 150.
12. (15) Dan Phillippi, Los Angeles, Calif., Toyota, 150.
13. (9) Riley Herbst, Las Vegas, Nev., Toyota, 149.
14. (3) Cole Moore, Granite Bay, Calif., Toyota, 149.
15. (14) John Wood, Eagle, ID, Chevrolet, 149.
16. (16) Jesse Iwuji, Dallas, Texas, Toyota, 147.
Race Statistics
Time of Race: 1 hour 5 minutes 7 seconds
Margin of Victory: .367 seconds
Fastest Qualifier: T.Gilliland * (79.641 mph, 16.725 seconds)
Caution Flags: 6 for 40 laps.
Lead Changes: 11 among 3 drivers.
Lap Leaders: T. Gilliland 1-23; C. Eggleston 24; T. Gilliland 25-37; C. Eggleston 38-77; R. Partridge 78-79; C. Eggleston 80-88; R. Partridge 89; C. Eggleston 90-136; T. Gilliland 137-143; C. Eggleston 144-146; T. Gilliland 147-148; C. Eggleston 149-150.
Standings: 1. T. Gilliland, 221; 2. C. Eggleston, 217; 3. N. Gragson, 187; 4. J. Landauer, 186; 5. C. Rouse, 181; 6. G. Raz, 180; 7. R. Partridge, 174; 8. R. Herbst, 174; 9. R. Norman, 172; 10. B. Perkins, 164.