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NASCAR Unveils 2017-18 NASCAR Next Class

Future Stars of the Sport Ready to Make their Mark

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (May 16, 2017) — Forty wins and 124 top-10s in 148 NASCAR starts during their 2016 and 2017 seasons, to date. … Three series champions, two of whom are the youngest in their respective NASCAR touring series. … The 2016 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Rookie of the Year and the 2015 Snowball Derby runner-up.

These are just a few of the accomplishments already earned by the nine drivers in this year’s NASCAR Next class, and they’re just getting started.

Now in its seventh year, the industry initiative spotlights the best and brightest young stars in racing. Alumni of the program include current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series stars Kyle Larson, Chase Elliott, Daniel Suárez, Erik Jones and Ryan Blaney.

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NBCSN to Broadcast Championship Stretch Runs

Showcase for NASCAR K&N Pro East and West and NASCAR Whelen Modified Titles

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 27, 2017) – NASCAR fans are watching Kyle Larson, Joey Logano and Chase Elliott battle in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series week in and week out, and NBCSN will again be the showcase of the next crop of drivers following in their path.

NBC and NASCAR announced today the remainder of the 2017 broadcast schedule, which will capture the championship races for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West, as well as the newly unified NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.

The next NBCSN broadcast will be Thursday, April 27, and will showcase Harrison Burton’s first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East win at Bristol Motor Speedway from this past Saturday. Burton is the son of former NASCAR driver and current NBC Sports analyst Jeff Burton, and is a member of the current NASCAR Next class.

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Eggleston Victorious at Tucson Speedway

Earns First K&N Pro West Win of 2017 After a Late Race Pass

Tucson, Ariz. – It was a back-and-forth battle all day, but Chris Eggleston came out on top at Tucson Speedway.

Leading 80 of 150 laps in the NAPA Auto Parts Tucson 150, Eggleston beat pole-sitter and defending NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion, Todd Gilliland, to the line to take his sixth career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory with his No. 99 NAPA Filters Toyota.

The 27-year-old from Erie, Colorado native, said he stepped up his game for the second half of the event and is grateful to start the 2017 season off in Victory Lane after a doubtful off-season.

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Busy Offseason for NASCAR Touring Series

New Faces & Some New Rules in Place for 2017

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Feb. 10, 2017)  — With the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East opener just over a week away – marking the official start to the 2017 NASCAR touring series season – the attention will return to the exciting on-track action. While there hasn’t been a race since November, it’s been a busy offseason.

Beginning in December, NASCAR officials met with the car owners of all the U.S. and Canadian-based touring series, a move designed to further the dialogue between the sanctioning body and the teams. The conversations included covering some changes as well as an open discussion of how best to collectively grow the NASCAR touring series.

“We had overwhelmingly positive and productive discussions,” said Brandon Thompson, NASCAR senior director of the touring series. “NASCAR has really great racing throughout our touring series, but there are always ways to work to toward cost efficiency, make the sport more cost-effective and increase the level of competition for all involved. As in the case of our national series, we always strive to have an open dialogue during the race season, but it’s also a great benefit to meet away from the track and the daily demands of the race season. We received a lot of great feedback from all our owners and look forward to working together.”

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Kraus Named To Drive For BMR In K&N Pro Series

15-Year-Old Wisconsin Driver Set to Make Series Debut

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (Jan. 24, 2017) – Bill McAnally Racing today announced that Derek Kraus will compete for BMR in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for 2017.

The 15-year-old from Stratford, Wisconsin will contend for the Rookie of the Year Award and overall title as he runs the full schedule in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, while also competing in select events in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East.

“We’re excited to have Derek join the BMR team, as he takes the next step in his racing career,” said BMR President Bill McAnally. “He impressed us when we had the opportunity for him to get behind the wheel of one of our K&N Pro Series cars in testing. Derek has a great passion for racing and will be an outstanding representative of BMR and our partners. We look forward to working with him.”

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NASCAR Touring & Weekly Champions Will Celebrate In Charlotte

Returns to Convention Center, NASCAR Hall For Two Nights of Awards

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Aug. 4, 2016) – NASCAR champions from across the globe will return to Charlotte, North Carolina, in December to celebrate their 2016 season.

For the seventh consecutive year, the NASCAR Hall of Fame at the Charlotte Convention Center will play host to the awards shows which honor the top drivers in NASCAR’s weekly and touring series.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards, which celebrates the top short-track drivers in the United States and Canada, will be on Friday, Dec. 9. The NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards takes place the following evening, Saturday, Dec. 10.
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Eggleston Returns Home Looking for Second Straight Win

ERIE, CO– Fresh off his first K&N Pro Series West win of the season at Orange Show Speedway, there is no track Chris Eggleston would rather pick up his next win at than Colorado National Speedway. A Colorado native, Eggleston considers Colorado National his home track and raced there countless times over the past XX years.

“Anytime the K&N West Series comes to Colorado, it’s always a big deal for all the fans here as they always seem to pack the place. It’s my hopes that we can unload with a fast Napa Filters Toyota and just make small changes throughout practice and have a strong showing, and shoot for back-to-back K&N wins.”

Eggleston has raced everything from the K&N West Series to Super Late Models and Legends cars at the Dacono, CO track and has found success in every division. He won the K&N West race there in 2014 and backed it up with a third place finish in 2015. And earlier this season he drove his Legends car to Victory Lane.
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Eggleston States His Case at Orange Show

Defending K&N Pro West Champ Scores First Win Of 2016

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Through the first three races of 2016, Todd Gilliland and Ryan Partridge have dominated the conversation in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.

Chris Eggleston made a statement of his own Saturday night at Orange Show Speedway.

The defending series champion took the lead from Patridge with seven laps remaining and cruised to his first win of the season in the Sunrise Ford 150. With it, the Erie, Colorado, driver of the No. 50 NAPA Filters Toyota showed he’s very much in the hunt for the title again.

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ICYMI & DYK: Home Tracks Happenings

Updates From Whelen Mods, K&N And Pinty’s Series

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — In case you missed it, we’ve rounded up recent news items from across the NASCAR Home Tracks landscape. Did you know? …

Air Titan 2, Part II:  Last fall Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park became the first NASCAR Home Track to enlist the help of an Air Titan 2 when it had one on hand for the Sunoco World Series. The track has once again assured attendees that it will do all it can to get the scheduled events completed in a timely manner by bringing the track-drying technology back for this weekend’s Icebreaker.

Virginia Homecoming:  Newly-hired NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour director Jimmie Walker returns to his home state this weekend for the South Boston 150. Walker grew up near South Boston and most recently worked at Virginia’s Langley Speedway before starting with the tour in February.

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Gilliland Chasing History with Winning Ways

NASCAR K&N Pro Victory At Kern Would Match Gurney’s 50-Year-Old Mark

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Todd Gilliland heads to Bakersfield, California, on the hottest winning streak in 50 years.

Even if he doesn’t equal the all-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series mark for consecutive victories to start in the series, the 15-year-old from Sherrill’s Ford, North Carolina, is in pretty exclusive company.

It’s a club that includes two drivers in the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, the 2015 Daytona 500 winner and Gilliland. That’s it. In the 62-year history of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series – dating back to the West Series’ beginnings as the Pacific Coast Late Model Series – just four drivers in both the East and West have won the first two series races to start their career.

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Landauer Named to Drive for BMR

Track Champ Joins K&N Pro Lineup Of Drivers

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Bill McAnally Racing today announced that Julia Landauer will join the team’s lineup in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for 2016.

Landauer brings with her a diverse racing resume that includes a NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship this past season in the Limited Late Model division at Motor Mile Speedway in Radford, Virginia.

The 24-year-old – who is originally from New York City; but currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina – joins a BMR driver lineup that includes Chris Eggleston, Todd Gilliland, and Riley Herbst. Plans call for all four drivers to run the full schedule in the K&N Pro Series West, along with select events in the K&N Pro Series East.

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Meridian Adds Whelen All-American Sanction

Idaho Track Also Announces Return Of K&N Pro West

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A year after Meridian Speedway welcomed the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, the quarter-mile asphalt oval just west of Boise, Idaho, is set to make an even bigger splash.

In addition to hosting the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West again, NASCAR and Meridian announced today that the track will be part of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series in 2016.

“We are eager to build on the excitement generated by the series’ first visit to Meridian in more than 30 years,” said Meridian managing partner Adam Nelson. “The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series offers tremendous programs for our drivers, and our drivers are undoubtedly looking forward to the state championship battle with our NASCAR neighbors to the east of us – Magic Valley Speedway.”

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K&N Pro Series 2016 Schedules Announced

Twenty-Seven Races Set To Showcase Sport’s Rising Stars

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR K&N Pro Series has become the preeminent development proving ground for the sport’s future stars.

The 27 races on the 2016 schedule – from New England to Southern California, and from Washington to Florida – provides a comprehensive slate of venues and events designed to test drivers and showcase the best and brightest for NASCAR fans.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West schedules, announced today, comprise of 14 points races for each championship. It is highlighted by the annual meeting in the Heartland for the combination race at Iowa Speedway on July 29.
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Byron & Eggleston Battle for Bragging Rights

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – The racing was all in fun, but a race car driver is always a race car driver and it was never more evident in a pair of races held during the seventh annual Champions Karting Challenge Thursday.

William Byron was nudged out of the lead in the final lap by Chris Eggleston in the Media & Champions Race at GoPro Motorplex, and the NASCAR Next driver returned the favor in the Champions Race. For the second year in a row, the seven NASCAR touring series champions and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion competed at the popular road course in a pair of races.

For Byron it was sweet revenge – all in fun – of course, to pick up the win over Eggleston in a battle between NASCAR K&N Pro Series champions.

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CHAMPION CREW CHIEF: Roger Bracken

Wins Title In First Year Working With Eggleston

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Roger Bracken has been around racing for a long time, but his first K&N Pro Series West championship may be one of his sweetest victories to date.

He has been with more the 50 different teams across many different series since he got his start in 1975. In that time, Bracken, a crew chief in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West since 2006, has helped a variety of drivers win many titles and victories.

This season, he paired with Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) newcomer Chris Eggleston. The result was two wins, nine top-five and 11 top-10 finishes en route their first, Bill McAnally Racing’s sixth, series title and a trip to the NASCAR Touring Series Night of Champions in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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CHAMPION OWNER: Bill McAnally

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If the past 25 years have been any indication, fans can expect more championships in Bill McAnally’s future.

Just five years after winning his fifth championship, McAnally finds himself once again celebrating a championship at the end of the season.

“It’s amazing,” said McAnally. “I never thought I’d have six championships. It’s the pinnacle of a racing program, it means we’re the best of the best. It’s very rewarding to be able to share and experience this with everyone.”

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Eggleston Makes The Most Of Opportunity

Pays Off Big Time With K&N Pro West Championship

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Chris Eggleston turned a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity into a NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship.

Last season, Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) took a chance of a guy from Erie, Colorado, giving him the chance to compete in a race at his home track, Colorado National Speedway. That guy went on to win the race, lead 107 lap and land a full-time ride with the team.

He was crowned the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion one year later.

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NASCAR Names Miller as Senior Vice President of Competition

Veteran Team Executive to Guide Day-to-Day Management of Competition Efforts across All Sanctioned Racing Events

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Dec. 2, 2015) – NASCAR announced today that Scott Miller has joined the organization as Senior Vice President of Competition, responsible for managing all competition efforts related to technology, inspection, rule development and officiating across NASCAR’s wide portfolio of racing.

Miller will report directly to Executive Vice President and Chief Racing Development Officer Steve O’Donnell, and work closely with Senior Vice President of Innovation and Racing Development Gene Stefanyshyn. All three are based at NASCAR’s Research & Development Center in Concord, N.C.

Miller most recently served as Executive Vice President of Competition at Michael Waltrip Racing (MWR). There he was responsible for managing all areas of competition. During his four-year tenure, MWR teams qualified for the Chase for the Sprint Cup in 2012, 2013, and 2015.

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Eggleston Will Return to Defend K&N Title

Gilliland And Herbst Join BMR Roster for 2016

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Bill McAnally Racing today announced that Chris Eggleston, Todd Gilliland, and Riley Herbst will drive for the team in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series for 2016.

Plans call for all three drivers to run the full schedule in the K&N Pro Series West, with select events in the K&N Pro Series East worked into the schedule.

Eggleston returns for a second year after capturing the 2015 championship in the K&N Pro Series West in his first full season in the series. Gilliland, the 15-year-old son of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series veteran driver David Gilliland, is coming off a win at Phoenix in his series debut – becoming the youngest winner in the series. Herbst, who comes from a racing family well known in off-road competition, is coming off an outstanding season where he won a championship as a rookie at Irwindale (California) Speedway. The 16-year-old will be making his debut in the K&N Pro Series West.

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Gragson Named Sunoco Rookie of the Year

Beats Teammate Raz For K&N Pro Series West Award

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Noah Gragson didn’t take long in establishing himself as one of the drivers to beat this season in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.

The 17-year old from Las Vegas, Nevada, kicked off his rookie campaign with a third-place finish in the season opener, and proceeded to battle it out with eventual champion Chris Eggleston as well as Ryan Partridge and Gracin Raz all year.

Gragson won his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race on May 5 at Arizona’s Tucson Speedway and sat atop the standings four different times this season en route to securing the 2015 Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors.

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QUALIFYING: Raz To Lead Field At Roseville

Earns First K&N Pro West Pole

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Gracin Raz added another accomplishment to his impressive rookie season.

The 18-year-old for Lake Oswego, Oregon, won his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 21 Means 21 Pole Award at California’s All American Speedway during qualifying for the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Axle Crutch.

Raz piloted his No. 27 Montana Tech Ford to the top spot with a time of 13.713 seconds (87.421 mph). He was just .124 seconds off from breaking the track’s qualifying record set by Jason Bowles in 2009 (13.589 seconds/67.576 mph).

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PRACTICE: McReynolds Fastest at Roseville

Tops The Charts In Both K&N West Practice Sessions

ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Brandon McReynolds is on the hunt for his third NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory.

Based on the two practice sessions for the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Axle Crutch, he has a good chance at accomplishing the feat.

McReynolds and his No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota were the fastest in both practice sessions at California’s All American Speedway Saturday afternoon. He threw down the fastest time of the day early in the first session with a fast lap of 13.670 seconds (87.696 mph) and went on to lead the final practice session with a time 13.678 seconds (87.644 mph).

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K&N Pro West Stat Advance: Roseville

Analyzing The Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 At All American

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West visits All American Speedway in Roseville, California, Saturday for the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150. Below is a statistical look at the recent performance of the series and selected drivers at Roseville, as well as some other statistical trends.

Roseville Race Setup:
• With only two races remaining in the season, Noah Gragson has a two point lead over runner-up Chris Eggleston (438-436), while Ryan Partridge is in third with 430 points.

• A new race winner and pole sitter will be crowned this weekend, no previous pole or race winners are scheduled to compete in the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150.

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Winning With Hard Work And Know How

Bill McAnally Racing Celebrates 25th Anniversary With NAPA

The ubiquitous blue and gold has been part of the fabric of the NASCAR throughout the west for the past 25 years, instantly recognizable from its frequent trips to Victory Lane and championship celebrations.

The same way the powder blue and STP logo of Richard Petty or the rainbow colors of Jeff Gordon’s DuPont sponsorship are associated with a driver and the team’s level of excellence, the NAPA AUTO PARTS emblazoned on Bill McAnally Racing’s fleet of race cars is woven into the fabric of NASCAR short track racing.

Twenty-five years together has produced 60 wins on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series level and five West championships for McAnally and NAPA. BMR has also won titles on the local level in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. In addition, the Bill McAnally-led team captured the Rookie of the Year title with NAPA in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2002. Through McAnally, NAPA has been the entitlement sponsor on countless K&N Pro West races over the years and has begun to provide sponsorship for East races in recent seasons.
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Burton Set For K&N Pro Debut At Roseville

Teenager Looks To Become Youngest Driver In Series History

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – Harrison Burton, the teenage son of former NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and current NBC Sports NASCAR analyst Jeff Burton, will make his debut this weekend in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series driving the No. 12 DEX Imaging Toyota for Jeff Burton Autosports (JBA).
 
Burton has already made a name for himself as one of the youngest drivers to run late models. The three time USAC Quarter Midget National Champion continues to make history being one of the youngest drivers to accomplish the following: pole position qualifying run in his second Late Model race (age 11), two PASS Pro-Late Model wins (age 12), two World Series of Asphalt Pro-Late Model wins (age 13), and three Super Late Model wins (age 14).
 
Burton’s current Super Late Model primary sponsor, DEX Imaging, a privately held document-imaging dealer, will also be the primary sponsor of the No. 12 K&N Series Toyota this weekend at All-American Speedway. They will continue their long-standing partnership with JBA in both the Super Late Model and K&N Series throughout the remainder of the 2015 season and in 2016.

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K&N Pro West News & Notes: Roseville

The Battle For The Championship In Full Force

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – With only two races remaining in the 2015 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, the battle for the championship will be in full force at California’s All American Speedway Saturday.

The top three championship contenders are within eight points of each other, with Sunoco Rookie of the Year candidate Noah Gragson sitting atop the standings with 438 points. Chris Eggleston trails by two points while fellow rookie Ryan Partridge is eight points back.

Heading into the Toyota/NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Axle Crutch, neither of the three have raced on the .333-mile banked oval in Roseville, California, just outside of Sacramento.

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PIT BOX: Title Time For Mods

• Two races remain on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West slate, starting with the NAPA Auto Parts/Toyota 150 presented by Axle Crutch Saturday night in Roseville, California. It’s a tight championship race for the 2015 title as Noah Gragson leads Chris Eggleston by just two tallies while Ryan Partridge (-6) and Gracin Raz (-16) are also squarely in the title hunt. Christian PaHud won this race at All American Speedway last year.
• The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship will be settled this Sunday at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park with the season finale Sunoco World Series 150. Defending tour titlist Doug Coby and 2013 champion Ryan Preece enter the race tied atop the standings while Woody Pitkat – looking for his first crown – is just four tallies back in third place. Preece is the defending Sunoco World Series 150 winner, but Coby has won all three trips to the famed Connecticut oval this year and is looking to become just the third driver in history to sweep a season of Whelen Modified Tour events at Thompson.
• Race No. 2 of the NASCAR Mexico Series’ Desafio playoff will take place Sunday afternoon with the Aguascalientes 240. Santiago Tovar won the series’ first 2015 trip to Autódromo Internacional de Aguascalientes while NASCAR XFINITY Series rookie Daniel Suarez was victorious in this event last year. NASCAR Next driver Ruben Garcia won the first race of the Desafio and has a four-point lead on Irwin Vences entering the weekend.

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Voting Opens For Most Popular Driver

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.  – As on-track competition comes to a conclusion, there’s another showdown on the line in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR’s seven touring series, as voting for the Most Popular Driver Awards begins on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

Chase Elliott looks to defend his NASCAR XFINITY Series Most Popular Driver title while the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is guaranteed a new winner. Fans can vote once per day online for the Most Popular Driver Awards at www.NASCAR.com/mostpopulardriver.
 
Voting is open and runs through Friday, Nov. 20 for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Saturday, Nov. 21 for the NASCAR XFINITY Series, prior to the respective season finale races at Homestead-Miami Speedway during Ford Championship Weekend. Voting for the seven NASCAR touring series will also conclude Saturday, Nov. 21.

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MRN To Broadcast K&N Pro Finales

Championship Races At Dover, Phoenix Will Air Live

CONCORD, N.C. – Motor Racing Network – “The Voice of NASCAR” – is highlighting its fall schedule with a pair of broadcasts to showcase some of stock car racing’s rising stars.

MRN will air season-ending races in both the K&N Pro Series East and West, two of the sport’s top developmental tours. The Drive Sober 125 K&N East season finale will air on Friday, Oct. 2, from Dover International Speedway.  Six weeks later, on Nov. 12, the Casino Arizona 100 at Phoenix International Raceway will bring the 2015 K&N West schedule to a close.

Each race will be run in conjunction with Sprint Cup Series weekends at “The Monster Mile” and PIR.  Joe Moore and Jeff Striegle will anchor both K&N Pro Series broadcasts.

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NASCAR to Celebrate Weekly & Touring Champions in Charlotte

Convention Center, NASCAR Hall of Fame To Host Two Nights Of Awards

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 16, 2015) – NASCAR champions from across North America and from Europe will gather in Charlotte, North Carolina, in December to be honored for their accomplishments in the 2015 season.

The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards, which recognizes the top short-track drivers in the United States and Canada, will be on Friday, Dec. 11. The NASCAR Night of Champions Touring Awards will be Saturday, Dec. 12.

Both awards events will be held at the NASCAR Hall of Fame / Charlotte Convention Center. It is the sixth year that the venues will host the celebration of the top drivers in NASCAR’s weekly and touring series.

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