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CHAMPION CAR OWNER: Harry Scott Jr.

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If the past two seasons have been any indication, fans can expect to see a whole lot more of Harry Scott Jr. during the NASCAR Touring Series Night of Champions event in Charlotte.

One year removed from winning his first championship as a car owner for Turner Scott Motorsports in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East, Scott finds himself once again celebrating a championship at the end of the season. 

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CHAMPION CREW CHIEF: Mark McFarland

By John Tejeda, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Mark McFarland is no stranger to championship battles. 

In 2011, McFarland, a crew chief in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East since 2009, and driver Mat DiBenedetto were in the hunt for the championship. They won their first race together that season but would ultimately settle for fourth in the final championship standings. 

CHAMPION DRIVER: BEN RHODES  |  CHAMPION OWNER: HARRY SCOTT JR.

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Touring Series Most Popular Drivers Revealed

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The fans have spoken, and they have selected a pair of series champions as well as a pair of repeat award winners in balloting for the NASCAR regional touring series’ 2014 Most Popular Driver Awards.

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Next Alumni Sweep Sunoco Rookie Awards

By Matt Nordby, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – For the first time since the NASCAR Next initiative was created in 2011, three of its alumni captured the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Awards in NASCAR’s national series. Kyle Larson took home the honor in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Chase Elliott added the accolade to his resume in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and Ben Kennedy earned the recognition competing in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

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'Game-Changing' K&N Pro Car Unveiled

By Seth Livingstone, NASCAR Wire Services

LAS VEGAS -- The K&N Pro Series is set to show off the hottest new body on the Las Vegas Strip and NASCAR is convinced that it’s hit the jackpot thanks to the model’s curvaceous collaboration of substance and speed.

In fact, the sport is betting that drivers and crew chiefs alike will be unable to keep their hands off the sleek and sexy lines of their show-stopper that will be unveiled Tuesday by NASCAR President Mike Helton during the SEMA automotive specialty products trade show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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Heckert Receives Project Lifesaver Honor

By Tom Bryant, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – By any measure, Scott Heckert’s 2014 season in NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series East was a success, highlighted by two race wins, three poles, and an eighth place finish in the season standings while driving the No. 34 Turner Scott Motorsports Chevrolet.

While winning a race in the highly competitive series is a significant career accomplishment, his off-the-track work to raise awareness for victims of cognitive disorders earned him an even more rare distinction.

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Long Climb To The Top Pays Off For Hill

By Alex Moore, NASCAR

By the impressionable age of 5, Austin Hill fell in love.

Attending his first NASCAR race at Talladega Speedway, the Winston, Georgia, driver not only became a diehard Jeff Gordon fan, but also fell for racing himself.

By the time he was 6 years old, he was racing and at 8 he won his first quarter-midget championship (Gordon won his first quarter-midget championship at 8, too). And Hill didn’t plan to stop there. 

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Young Multicultural And Female Drivers Compete For Spot In NASCAR

Official Release

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Twenty multicultural and female race car drivers from the United States, Canada and Latin America will participate in the 11th Annual NASCAR Drive for Diversity (D4D) Combine Oct. 13-15 with hopes of earning a spot in the 2015 NASCAR D4D Class in partnership with Rev Racing.

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Hill Still The King Of The Monster Mile

By Tom Bryant, NASCAR

DOVER, Del. -- Austin Hill mastered the Monster Mile. Again.

The 20-year-old from Winston, Georgia, returned to the track where he recorded his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East win a year ago and put on a dominating display Friday in the Driver Sober 150. Not even a tire issue could keep Hill from becoming the first driver since 1997 to close out the series season with back-to-back wins.

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QUALIFYING: Little On Roll At Dover

By Tom Bryant, NASCAR

DOVER, Del. – Jesse Little followed up his fast practice time earlier Friday with the the top lap in qualifying to earn the 21 Means 21 Pole Award at Dover International Speedway. It's the second NASCAR K&N Pro Series East pole for the 17-year-old from Mooresville, North Carolina.

Little turned a past lap of 23.384 seconds (153.951 mph) in his No. 97 NASCAR Technical Institute Chevrolet, The NASCAR Next driver also won the pole at Iowa Speedway on Aug. 1.

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2015 Schedule/Results

DATE RACE/VENUE WINNER/POLE VIEW
Feb 15 New Smyrna 150
New Smyrna Speedway
Apr 4 NKNPS East Greenville 4/4/2015
Greenville Pickens Speedway
Apr 18 PittLite 125
Bristol Motor Speedway
Apr 24 NKNPS East Richmond 4/24/15
Richmond International Raceway
May 16 Casey's General Store 150
Iowa Speedway
May 30 NASCAR Hall of Fame 150
Bowman Gray Stadium
Jun 20 K&N 150
Langley Speedway
Jul 4 NAPA 150
Columbus Motor Speedway
Jul 17 Granite State 70
New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Jul 31 NKNPS East Iowa 7/31/15
Iowa Speedway
Aug 7 NKNPS East Watkins Glen 8/7/15
Watkins Glen International
Aug 15 NKNPS East Motordome 8/15/15
Motordrome Speedway
Aug 29 Biscutville 125
Virginia International Raceway
Oct 2 Drive Sober 150
Dover International Speedway

* Denotes Rookie
# Qualifying cancelled; Field set per rule book