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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
ROOKIE PACES SUNDAY MORNING PRACTICE; KAHNE 16TH FASTEST
NEWTON, Iowa – The weather change – from warm and windy to chilly – did nothing to slow down Austin Dillon.
The 18-year-old NASCAR Camping World Series rookie posted the fastest time in Sunday morning’s practice for the US Cellular 200 at Iowa Speedway, as he adjusted to the change of conditions from Saturday’s session, where he was second quick.
“The track picked up a little bit,” Dillon said. “Everybody got a little better, so we just started picking it up.”> More
TWO TEENS TOP SPEED CHARTS FOR SUNDAY'S US CELLULAR 200
NEWTON, Iowa – Alex Haase doesn’t have fond memories of his experience at Iowa Speedway last year.
“We just struggled all week,” Haase said of last year’s NASCAR Camping World Series race at Iowa where he started 41st and finished 27th.> More
THOUSANDS OF MILES AWAY, CRAFTON CELEBRATES SON'S FIRST VICTORY
NEWTON, Iowa – The most haggard person in the Iowa Speedway garage Saturday may have been Dan Crafton. Not that he’s complaining.
Crafton’s Friday night stay in Newton consisted of pacing back and forth in front of the hotel television as he watched his son Matt collect his first career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series win at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, N.C.> More
Jason Bowles grew up dreaming of Formula One racing and the Indianapolis 500. Ricky Carmichael spent the past decade establishing himself as one of the greatest motocross racers of all-time.
Their careers, however, have diverged onto similar paths as they seek success moving up the NASCAR ranks. Their decisions have led them to Iowa, where they will be among a top-notch field of short-track drivers that converge on the Hawkeye State this weekend for the US Cellular 200.> More