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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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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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Whelen All-American Changes Announced

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – NASCAR announced several new initiatives for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Thursday at the annual Track Operators Meeting.

The competition changes, which go into effect in 2014, are designed to spotlight the sport’s young stars and reward the achievements of drivers at every level of the series. They were announced at the meeting, which was held in conjunction with the touring and weekly series awards ceremonies in Charlotte, N.C.

Starting next season, a national champion will be crowned in all five divisions of the series. In recent seasons, the Finalist Program honored top competitors in Div. II-V.

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