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IRWINDALE, Calif. – TOYOTA Speedway at Irwindale announced today a sponsor partnership with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) www.chp.ca.gov which includes title sponsorship of the July 4th California Highway Patrol 200 NASCAR Camping World West Series event. The partnership also provides the law enforcement agency with year around branding presence on the Speedway’s oval track and drag strip, career recruitment and community relations activities and the promoting of safe driving messages during marquee oval track events.> More
Jason Bowles (No. 22 Sunrise Ford Ford) had a remarkable rookie season last year, winning two of the three road races on the schedule for the NASCAR Camping World Series West en route to winning the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award, and finishing third in the overall championship standings.
The race at Infineon Raceway was a different story, however. Bowles was beset by mechanical problems there from the drop of the green flag, leaving him to finish a lap down in 29th.> More
Mike Gallegos, of Wheat Ridge, Colo., scored his first top five finish of the season Saturday night in the Toyota/NAPA 150 at Colorado National Speedway. Gallegos’ fourth-place finish, a career-best in the NASCAR Camping World Series West, came in front of a grandstand full of hometown fans.> More
DACONA, Colo. - Jason Bowles (No. 22 Sunrise Ford Ford) posted the fastest lap at Colorado National Speedway during Saturday's practice session for Saturday night's Toyota/NAPA 150.
Bowles' fast time of 16.704 seconds/80.819 mph around the 3/8-mile oval was .069 seconds faster than points leader Mike David. David had a lap of 16.773/80.486 in his No. 2 Bennett Lane Winery Ford.
Eric Hardin (16.793/80.391), Eric Holmes (16.797/80.371) and rookie James Warn (16.804/80.338) rounded out the top five cars in practice.> More
Colorado National Speedway is a track that has always been very popular with drivers, teams and fans of the NASCAR Camping World Series West. The .375-mile track, located just north of Denver, has been the scene of plenty of exciting side-by-side competition – with drivers such as Ron Hornaday Jr., Mike Chase, Mike Duncan and Steve Portenga emerging victorious.
ROOKIES MAKE UP FRONT ROW FOR US CELLULAR 200
NEWTON, Iowa - Austin Dillon won his first NASCAR race in his first start. Now he has his first Coors Light Pole Award in start No. 2.
The 18-year-old grandson had the fastest time in Sunday afternoon's qualifying for the US Cellular 200 at Iowa Speedway. Dillon (No. 3 Garage Equipment Supply) had a lap of 23.576 seconds/133.610 mph around the 7/8-mile oval.> More