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QUALIFYING: Lopez Takes Pole Award

NASCAR Toyota Series

AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico - Rogelio Lopez won the pole award in Toyota NASCAR Series qualifying at the Nuevo Autódromo de Aguascalientes on Saturday.

Lopez, driver of the No. 48 CI Banco/Boing Toyota, turned in a lap of 24.490 seconds (128.624 mph) as the field was set for Sunday’s Aguascalientes 240.

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Stars Of Toyota Series To Appear In Houston

Track Press Release

With some of the best short track truck racing in the country, it is no wonder that drivers from around the world want to come and be a part of the action at Houston Motorsports Park.

That will be the case when the green flag flies for Fiesta's Fast Blast, set for Saturday, June 23 at HMP. Drivers Carlos Peralta and Freddy Tame, Jr., who compete regularly in the NASCAR Toyota Series in Mexico will be on hand and racing for the win in the NASCAR BWFS 360 Truck Series race.

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QUALIFYING: Garcia Grabs Pole, Record

NASCAR Toyota Series

en español

PUEBLA, Mexico - Ruben Garcia Jr. turned the fastest lap in qualifying for the Puebla 240 on the oval at the Autódromo Miguel E. Abed on Saturday, becoming the youngest driver to win a pole in the NASCAR Toyota Series.

Garcia, who turned a record lap of 39.093 seconds for an average speed of 115.110 mph on the 1.25-mile oval, is the youngest pole winner in the series at the age of 16 years, six months and five days.

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LIVE: Toyota Series At Puebla

Led by Daniel Suárez atop the championship point standings, the NASCAR Toyota Series heads to the Autódromo Internacional Miguel E. Abed near Puebla, Mexico for the Puebla 240 – the fifth of 14 scheduled races this season. Last season, Homero Richards started from the pole and won this event.

Follow along here for the latest results.

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Suarez Snags First Toyota Series Win

By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

en español

MEXICO CITY – After toying with it on several occasions, Daniel Suárez collected his first NASCAR Toyota Series victory on Saturday in the Mexico Nocturna 200 presented by AC Delco at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.

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QUALIFYING: López Claims Mexico City Pole

By Shon Sbarra, NASCAR

MEXICO CITY – Rogelio López claimed the pole position in NASCAR Toyota Series qualifying on Saturday for the Mexico Nocturna 200 presented by AC Delco Auto Parts at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez.

The veteran out of Aguascalientes, Mexico made his way around the one-mile oval in 32.463 seconds for an average speed of 110.895 mph. The 18th series-career pole for López came on a historic night as the race will be the first under the lights at the track nestled in the Mexican capital. It is also his fourth pole victory at the track.

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LIVE: Toyota Series Under The Lights

For the first time in Mexico City, the NASCAR Toyota Series will battle under the lights on the one-mile oval at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez. Rogelio López brings a slim two-point advantage over Daniel Suárez in the championship point standings. López is a three-time winner at the track with his last victory coming in 2009. Homero Richards has claimed the checkered flag in two of the last three series events in the Mexican capital.

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Richards Rolls Again At Queretaro

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

QUERÉTARO, Mexico – Homero Richards weathered a late-race challenge to collect his 10th career NASCAR Toyota Series Sunday in the Queretana 200 at Nuevo Autódromo de Querétaro.

A green-white-checkered finish stretched the race to 166 laps and Richards had to hold off runner-up Daniel Suárez  as well as Rogelio López and Irwin Vences.

Richards started second and led twice for a race-high 69 laps, including the final 38. He has a pair of wins and two seconds in his last five starts on the .75-mile oval.

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QUALIFYING: Ramirez Tops At Queretaro

By Jason Christley, NASCAR

QUERETARO, Mexico – José Luis Ramírez won his second career NASCAR Toyota Series pole award Saturday in qualifying for Sunday’s Queretana 200 at Autódromo del Ecocentro de la Unión Ganadera.

Ramírez lapped the .746-mile oval in 29.644 seconds to edge Homero Richards (20.669) and Elliot Van Rankin (29.728).

Rafael Martinez and Irwin Vences qualified fourth and fifth, respectively.

Hugo Oliveras qualified sixth, followed by Jorge Goeters and rookies Juan Blum, Alex Villasana Jr. and Ruben Garcia Jr.

Points leader Antonio Pérez qualified 24th.

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