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2011 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Schedule of Events Date

Track (Length)

Location

Thur., Feb. 24

Phoenix International Raceway (1-Mile)

Avondale, Ariz.

Sat., April 16

All American Speedway (.333-Mile)

Roseville, Calif.

Sat., April 30

Miller Motorsports Park (2.2-Mile road course)

Tooele, Utah

Sat., May 21 *

Iowa Speedway (.875-Mile)

Newton, Iowa

Sat., June 11

The Bullring – Las Vegas Motor Speedway (.375-Mile)

Las Vegas, Nev.

Sat., June 25

Infineon Raceway (1.99-Mile road course)

Sonoma, Calif.

Sat., July 2

Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (.5-Mile)

Irwindale, Calif.

Sun., July 10

Evergreen Speedway (.646-Mile)

Monroe, Wash.

Sun., July 24

Portland International Raceway (1.967-Mile road course)

Portland, Ore.

Sat., Aug. 6

Colorado National Speedway (.375-Mile)

Dacono, Colo.

Sat., Aug. 13

Montana Raceway Park (.375-Mile)

Kalispell, Mont.

Sat., Sept. 3

Spokane County Raceway (.5-Mile)

Airway Heights, Wash.

Sat., Oct. 15

All American Speedway (.333-Mile)

Roseville, Calif.

Sat., Nov. 12

Phoenix International Raceway (1-Mile)

Avondale, Ariz.

* Combination race with NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. All dates subject to change

Tracks of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Evergreen Speedway Spokane County Raceway Portland International Raceway Infineon Raceway Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Montana Raceway Park Miller Motorsports Park All American Speedway Colorado National Speedway

Iowa Speedway

Phoenix International Raceway

Toyota Speedway at Irwindale

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Produced by: NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications P.O. Box 2875  Daytona Beach, FL 32120 One Daytona Blvd.  Daytona Beach, FL 32114

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Table of Contents Media Services.......................... 3 Organization and History ........9 Toyota All-Star Showdown ........25

Sponsors and Competition .....47 Drivers .....................................69 Tracks ....................................119 2010 Season Review ..............137 Records ..................................157

Published by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. The information in this publication has been compiled for the use of news media to aid in reporting of the races and teams of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. This book may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system now known or hereafter invented, without written permission from the publisher. Photography by Getty Images. Š 2011 by the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). All rights reserved. 2

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Competition Kerry Tharp.............................................................................................. Senior Director, Competition Communications (704) 720-3115 ktharp@nascar.com Tracey Judd.........................................................................................................Director, Competition Communications (386) 310-6080 tjudd@nascar.com Kristi King.............................................................................................................Director, Competition Communications (704) 720-3238 kking@nascar.com Ashley Jones .................................................................................................................. Manager, Competition Outreach (386) 310-6076 ajones@nascar.com Denise Maloof................................................................................................................ Manager, Print Communications (386) 310-6096 dmaloof@nascar.com Leslie Maxie................................................................................... Regional Manager, Eastern Region Media Outreach (212) 326-1840 lmaxie@nascar.com Kristal Shipp .................................................................................Regional Manager, Western Region Media Outreach (310) 843-2315 kshipp@nascar.com Melanie Velisek .............................................................................................................. Manager, Competition Outreach (386) 310-6048 mvelisek@nascar.com Virginia Pritchett ............................................................................................. Senior Coordinator, Competition Outreach (386) 310-6074 vpritchett@nascar.com Amanda Ellis...................................................... Manager, Communications — NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (386) 310-6094 aellis@nascar.com Jason Christley ............................................................. Manager, Communications — NASCAR Developmental Series (386) 310-6094 jchristley@nascar.com Kevin W. Green ................................................................................................. Media Coordinator, Touring Series West (661) 392-8543 kgreen@nascar.com Jason Cunningham............................................................................................. Media Coordinator, Touring Series East (704) 201-6658 jcunningham@nascar.com Tim Southers .............................................................................................Media Coordinator, Touring Series Southeast (386) 235-3634 tsouthers@nascar.com Shon Sbarra .......................................................................................... Media Coordinator, Touring Series International (704) 309-5493 ssbarra@nascar.com Business Communications Andrew Giangola .....................................................................................................Director, Business Communications (212) 326-1880 agiangola@nascar.com Scott Warfield ........................................................Senior Manager, NASCAR/NASCAR Media Group Public Relations (704) 348-9748 swarfield@nascar.com Tom Sullivan.......................................................................................................... Manager, Business Communications (704) 348-9613 tsullivan@nascar.com Brad Klein ............................................................................................................... Senior Coordinator, Communications (212) 326-1874 bklein@nascar.com

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NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications Sport Services Stu Hothem................................................................................................................................. Director, Sport Services (386) 310-6040 shothem@nascar.com Mike Forde..................................................................................................................... Senior Manager, Sport Services (386) 310-6056 mforde@nascar.com Josh Hamilton.............................................................................................................................Manager, Sport Services (386) 310-6046 jhamilton@nascar.com Owen A. Kearns Jr. ....................................................................................................... Senior Manager, Sport Services (661) 663-8770 okearns@nascar.com Ray Smith ...................................................................................................................Senior Coordinator, Sport Services (386) 310-6058 raysmith@nascar.com Trent Bailey ................................................................................................................Senior Coordinator, Sport Services (704) 348-7328 raysmith@nascar.com Janice Cahill .......................................................................................................................... Coordinator, Sport Services (386) 310-6054 jcahill@nascar.com Tracey Eberts ........................................................................................................................ Coordinator, Sport Services (386) 310-6034 teberts@nascar.com Nancy Green ................................................................................................. Communications Assistant, Sport Services (386) 310-6044 ngreen@nascar.com Stakeholder Communications Steve Pegram......................................................................................................Director, Stakeholder Communications (704) 348-9749 spegram@nascar.com Jennifer Powell ...................................................................................... Senior Manager, Stakeholder Communications (386) 310-6070 jpowell@nascar.com Grand-Am Herb Branham .....................................................................................................Managing Director of Communications (386) 310-6050 hbranham@nascar.com J.J. O’Malley .......................................................................................................................... Manager, Communications (386) 310-6588 jjomalley@nascar.com Josh Miller ....................................................................................................................... Senior Coordinator, New Media (386) 310-6586 jmiller@grand-am.com Michael Harker ....................................................................................................................Coordinator, Public Relations (386) 310-6548 mharker@nascar.com Helen Pardee............................................................................................................................... Coordinator, Multimedia (386) 310-6590 hpardee@nascar.com

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Media Information Credentials Members of the media who wish to cover NASCAR K&N Pro Series races must obtain event media credentials from the individual race tracks holding the events. Credentials are issued to individuals who are on assignment only. Requests for credentials for NASCAR K&N Pro Series races must be submitted to the public relations director or credentials coordinator at the race track holding the event at least six weeks prior to the event. Some larger races have a deadline of two months. Requests must be on company letterhead of the media outlet, and must be written by either the sports editor or managing editor for print media, or sports director or station manager for electronic media. The letter must list the names and duties of all individuals for whom credentials are being requested. Most race tracks will send out a credential confirmation to media outlets. However, it is recommended for members of the media to confirm their credentials by telephone prior to the week of the race if they do not receive a written confirmation. Credentials are issued at the tracks and must be signed for by the individual for whom the credential is issued. Photo identification is required. Track Attire The following guidelines have been established for media desiring access to the pit and garage areas at NASCAR K&N Pro Series events: • Shirts and pants; dresses; and/or skirts and blouses are required. • Shoes are required. • The following are permitted: shorts, short sleeve or sleeve-less shirts and blouses, and open-toed shoes. NASCARMedia.com Created and designed to make racing easier to cover, NASCARMedia.com is NASCAR’s password- protected, media-only Web site. Sign up for the site by going to www.nascarmedia.com and click on “Apply for Access.” Please contact Stu Hothem (386-681-4271; shothem@nascar.com) with any questions.

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NASCAR ‘Fast Facts’ GENERAL The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) is the sanctioning body for one of the premier sports in America and the premier stock car racing series in the world. NASCAR operates three national series: The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series (the No. 2 racing series in the U.S.) and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (a leading national racing series featuring full-sized pickup trucks). NASCAR also oversees various regional racing series, which provide a feeder system for three national series of NASCAR. The top regional racing series is the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. In addition, NASCAR sanctions two open-wheel racing series: the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour. NASCAR also sanctions two international series: NASCAR Canadian Tire Series and NASCAR Mexico Series. The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, which is a local racing series of NASCAR, is the grassroots foundation of NASCAR racing. NASCAR headquarters have been located in Daytona Beach, Fla., since its inception in 1948. Additional offices are in New York City (corporate marketing/sales), Los Angeles (broadcasting media and entertainment), Charlotte, N.C. (licensing and automotive aftermarket), Concord, N.C. (competition, research and development), Conover, N.C. (transportation) and Bentonville, Ark. (licensing), Mexico City and Toronto. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Brian France, chairman and CEO; Jim France, vice chairman and executive vice president; Lesa Kennedy, executive vice president; Mike Helton, president; Gary Crotty, vice president, secretary and general counsel. FOUNDED Dec. 14, 1947, when Bill France Sr. organized a meeting at the Streamline Hotel in Daytona Beach, Fla., to discuss the future of stock car racing. It was on that day that the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was conceived. The first race was held on Feb. 15, 1948, on a beach/road course in Daytona Beach, Fla. The race was won by Red Byron in a Ford. SCHEDULE The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West consists of 14 points races at 12 tracks in eighth states, including events in the Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle areas. Overall, NASCAR, through all its series, reaches across the Americas with more than 1,200 events in more than 30 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico. MEDIA REACH NASCAR is a leading sports property with global, world-class media partners, and it is a property that helps build other media brands. NASCAR is the No. 2 rated regular season sport on television in the United States. NASCAR media partners include FOX, TNT, ABC/ESPN, SPEED, Versus, Showtime, DirecTV, Turner Sports Interactive (NASCAR.com and NASCARHomeTracks.com), SIRIUS XM Radio, MRN (Motor Racing Network), PRN (Performance Racing Network), Sporting News and a variety of NASCAR licensed publications including SceneDaily.com and NASCAR Illustrated. These partners combine to provide their viewers, users, listeners and readers with superior programming and unparalleled behind the scenes and insider access. FAN BASE/ATTENDANCE The NASCAR fan base is 60% male and 40% female. NASCAR fans are spread across all age groups, with 28% who are 18-34 (93 index vs. U.S. pop.) and 48% who are 18-44 (98 index vs. U.S. pop.). NASCAR is the No. 1 spectator sport, with more of the top 20 highest-attended events in the U.S. than any other sport.

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NASCAR Home Tracks BRAND MARKETING Speedweeks at Daytona not only launched the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, but also kicked off the 2011 NASCAR Home Tracks promotional campaign, spotlighting the NASCAR grassroots racing program. The 2011edition of the television spot, featuring NASCAR K&N Pro Series graduate Kevin Harvick, premiered Saturday, Feb. 12 during the Budweiser Shootout and will air throughout the season on NASCAR programming. The ad will be seen nationally during NASCAR racing events seen on FOX, TNT, the ESPN family of networks, and SPEED. It will be supported with radio, print and online advertisements. This is the fifth year for the NASCAR Home Tracks brand campaign, and the spot continues to build on past work that represents regional and local NASCAR tracks. The campaign themes are exciting racing entertainment and the strong sense of community in racing at the home town level. Harvick, 35, of Bakersfield, Calif., started racing at his nearby short track before moving up to NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, where he won a championship in 1998. Harvick concludes the brand-ad with the message: “It’s funny how following your passion always puts you right where you’re suppose to be. NASCAR Home Tracks, where what happens on the track is just part of the story.“ The ad follows 2010 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion Keith Rocco from the garage to the race track. NASCARHOMETRACKS.COM Beginning in 2007, the NASCAR Public Relations department — in conjunction with Turner Interactive and NASCAR Media Group — have developed NASCARHomeTracks.com as the ultimate online destination for fans of all of NASCAR’s developmental series. From lap-by-lap updates of touring series events to individual pages for all NASCAR-sanctioned developmental series tracks to official points standings for every series, the site’s goal is to put a wide-range of information at fans’ fingertips. Beginning in 2008, fans could vote for Most Popular Driver in each respective touring series through NASCARHomeTracks.com and NASCAR.com. In 2009, the site expanded to include a slide-show photo gallery. Content included photos from every touring series race, a weekly segment spotlighting race winners at NASCAR Whelen All-American Series features, and galleries from significant events such as the year-end awards banquets and Drive for Diversity team announcement. Another big hit for fans has been the video features, from at-track recaps to the ability to watch both the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards Banquet and the Touring Series Awards Gala via live streaming on NASCARHomeTracks.com. All content on NASCARHomeTracks.com is available for credentialed media to use in their news outlets. Fans can also follow all of the action and news from the NASCAR touring and weekly series through Facebook (www.facebook.com/NASCARHomeTracks) and Twitter (twitter.com/NASCARHomeTrack). On Twitter, fans can search for their favorite series through series-specific hashtags: #KNEast, #KNWest, #NCATS, #NWMT, #NWSMT and #NWAAS.

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William H.G. France WILLIAM H.G. FRANCE – NASCAR FOUNDER They called him “Big Bill,” and only partly because of his 6-foot-5 stature. William Henry Getty France was larger than life it seemed, during the years of founding, then building, a sport. In the years since his 1992 death, his legend has grown, along with that sport. France spearheaded NASCAR from its beginning and directed it to its present role as the world’s largest stock car racing organization. Born in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 26, 1909, he came to Daytona Beach, Fla., in the 1930s. In 1936 he helped lay out the first beach/road course in Daytona Beach; in the first race on the course he finished fifth. Starting in 1938, he helped promote races on the sands. That endeavor was interrupted by World War II but resumed in 1946. In 1947 France became the driving force behind the establishment of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing. NASCAR, it was called, resulting from a famous meeting at the Streamline Hotel on A1A in Daytona Beach – a structure that stands to this day, as a racing landmark. Things moved quickly in the 1950s and ’60s for NASCAR. As the sanctioning body’s first president, France built two superspeedways that came to personify the sport – 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway and 2.66-mile Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. Along the way he also founded the International Speedway Corporation that operates those two tracks and others involved in NASCAR’s three national series – NASCAR Sprint Cup, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In January 1972 France stepped down as president of NASCAR and handed the reins to his son William C. France. The elder France continued to be a consultant for a number of years, in addition to serving as ISC chairman/ president. After retirement he was inducted into the Florida Sports Hall of Fame, the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, the National Motorsports Press Association Hall of Fame and the American Auto Racing Writers and Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame. The honors were the result of vision – and good, old-fashioned hard work. “Big Bill” France died in June 1992. He left behind a lasting legacy. He remains larger than life – still. In October 2009, France was one of five inaugural inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame.

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Bill France Jr. BILL FRANCE JR. William Clifton France is remembered – and revered – as the man who followed his visionary father at NASCAR’s helm, in the process becoming a visionary himself, as he guided NASCAR to unprecedented levels of popularity. He combined pragmatism with optimism, an approach that resulted in a calculated – and adventurous – road to success. France, who died in June 2007 at the age of 74, grew up in the formative years of stock car racing, living and learning every detail of the sport from his own experiences, and those of his father William Henry Getty France – who was known as Bill Sr., or “Big Bill” because of his 6-foot-5 stature. Bill Sr. was the founder and first president of NASCAR. France became NASCAR’s president in January 1972, replacing his father and becoming only the second president of the world’s largest auto racing sanctioning body. His emergence coincided with the sport’s emergence, and its eventual ascent to become America’s No. 1 form of motorsports and the nation’s second-most popular sport overall. France remained president until November 2000, when Mike Helton took over the position. At that time, France announced the formation of a NASCAR board of directors on which he served as chairman and CEO until October 2003 when he was replaced by his son, Brian Z. France. From that point, France served as vice chairman until his death. France’s involvement in NASCAR was far-reaching, but it began in the sport’s “grass roots.” During his career, he did everything a person can, in stock car racing. He flagged events, scored, promoted, served as a steward and even raced himself a few times in the 1950s. Before being named NASCAR’s president, France served six years as vice president and prior to that served in other capacities. In addition to his NASCAR duties, France served as chairman of the board of the International Speedway Corporation (ISC) which oversees Daytona International Speedway, Darlington Raceway and Talladega Superspeedway, among other racing facilities around the country. He also served as a director of the National Motorsports Council of ACCUS-FIA. Born in Washington, D.C., France was less than two years old when his parents moved to Daytona Beach, Fla. in 1934. He attended Seabreeze High School, where he played basketball and later attended the University of Florida in Gainesville. He served two years in the United States Navy and turned to a full-time career in racing when his service stint ended. In addition to his son, other members of France’s family have played – and continue to play – major roles in the operation of NASCAR. His wife, the former Betty Jane Zachary, serves as assistant secretary for NASCAR and chairperson of the NASCAR Foundation, while daughter Lesa France Kennedy is a NASCAR executive vice president and the chairperson of the board at ISC. Younger brother Jim is vice chairman/executive vice president of NASCAR and is CEO for ISC. In October 2009, France was one of five inaugural inductees into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, along with his father Bill Sr.

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Brian France BRIAN Z. FRANCE Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer Brian Zachary France, actively involved in NASCAR for more than two decades, is a member of the NASCAR-founding France family and assumed the roles of NASCAR Chairman and CEO in October 2003. He is the grandson of NASCAR’s founder, the late William H.G. (“Big Bill”) France, and the son of the former President and Chairman/CEO of NASCAR, the late William C. (“Bill Jr.”) France. France has an extensive background in NASCAR, ranging from his experience as a race track manager to helping develop and manage NASCAR weekly short track and touring competitive levels. As a track manager, he was involved in writing and enforcing rules, developing race procedures and all other aspects of competition. He successfully oversaw the transformation of the Tucson dirt track into one of the premier paved short tracks in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. France has been heavily involved with many of NASCAR’s recent innovations. France worked closely with NASCAR’s competition department in the development of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, which debuted in 1995. He was a key proponent of the NASCAR Research and Development Center, a facility opened in 2003 and dedicated to improving the safety and operational efficiency of the sport. France has been at the forefront of NASCAR’s dramatic sponsorship growth, including the ground-breaking announcement of Nextel Communications as the new sponsor of the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series – now known as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series – beginning in 2004. He has also led a host of marketing initiatives, including internalizing the sanctioning body’s licensing efforts and developing NASCAR’s consolidated television plans that have culminated with NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series events being broadcast on ABC, ESPN, FOX Sports, FX, NBC Sports and TNT. France was actively involved in the October 2000 announcement of NASCAR joining forces with Turner Sports to produce NASCAR.com. France also spearheaded the opening of NASCAR offices in Los Angeles, New York and Charlotte to address the sanctioning body’s growing business needs and partner base. In 1999, The Sports Business Daily named France its Sports Industrialist of the Year and Sales and Marketing Executives International (SMEI) named him the SMEI Marketing Statesman of the Year. Previous awards include Advertising Age honoring France as one of the publication’s top 100 marketers of the year and Promo Magazine naming him as one of that publication’s top promoters of the year. In 2007, he was named to the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame. He serves on many boards and is the founder and former Chairman of NASCAR’s Diversity Council, an organization comprised of motorsports executives focused on encouraging greater diversity within the industry. France resides in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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NASCAR Executives MIKE HELTON President The sport’s most visible leader at the race track, NASCAR President Mike Helton assumed that role in November 2000 when he succeeded Bill France Jr., who had served as president since 1972. Helton was well-prepared for his new position, to say the least. In February 1999 he had become the first person outside the France family to take over the day-to-day operations of NASCAR, when he was named senior vice president and chief operating officer. Prior to that, Helton had served as NASCAR’s vice president for competition since January 1994. Born and raised in Bristol, Va., Helton’s motorsports experience is multifaceted. In addition to working for a sanctioning body, during his career he has also been a track operator, and even raced a little himself. Helton is well-known by NASCAR’s many fans as the man who presides in the “big hauler” on race weekends. He is the voice of authority – and reason. But he also is a portrait of popularity, evident whenever he appears in the garage area, as he takes the time to greet fans, sign autographs and pose for photographs. Helton and his wife, Lynda, reside in Ormond Beach, Fla.

NASCAR Board of Directors From left, Mike Helton (President), Gary Crotty (Secretary, General Counsel), James C. France (Vice Chairman/ Executive Vice President), Lesa Kennedy (Vice Chairwoman/Executive Vice President), and Brian Z. France (Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer)

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NASCAR Executives JAMES C. FRANCE Vice Chairman/Executive Vice President James C. (Jim) France is vice chairman/executive vice president of NASCAR and is also CEO for International Speedway Corporation (ISC). France grew up in the early years of stock car racing, living and learning every detail of the sport from his own experiences, and from his father Bill France Sr., the founder and first president of NASCAR, and brother Bill Jr., NASCAR’s former president, chairman and CEO. Joining ISC in 1959, France worked in all phases of operations in his early years with the company. He was elected to the ISC board in 1970 and has served as the company’s secretary, assistant treasurer, vice president, chief operating officer and executive vice president before being named the company’s president in 1987. France has been involved in motorsports most of his life. In addition to stock cars, he has also been a strong supporter of both sports car and motorcycle racing in the United States, evident by his professional involvement in those sports. He served as starter for the U.S. Motorcycle Grand Prix in the late 1960s, raced dirt track races for nearly five years and has been a member of the American Motorcyclist Association for almost 26 years. In addition, France has raced karts on both dirt and asphalt. France has served as a board member for ACCUS (Automobile Competition Committee of the United States). France was on active duty in the U.S. Army from 1969-1970, serving in Vietnam. France was born and raised in Daytona Beach, Fla., and graduated from Seabreeze High School. He attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Fla., and earned a business degree in 1968. France resides in Daytona Beach, Fla. with his wife, Sharon. LESA FRANCE KENNEDY Vice Chairwoman/Executive Vice President Lesa France Kennedy, vice chairwoman and executive vice president of NASCAR, also serves as the chairperson of International Speedway Corporation, a motorsports entertainment company. Kennedy, sister of NASCAR Chairman/CEO Brian France, has in the past been named one of the Top 20 Female Sports Executives by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal, as well as one of the 25 Most Influential People In NASCAR by the Charlotte Observer. And in 2009, Kennedy was named as the “Most Powerful Woman in Sports” by Forbes Magazine. Kennedy joined ISC in 1983 and was named to the board of directors one year later. She was appointed executive vice president of the company in 1996. She also served as ISC’s secretary from 1987-96 and as its treasurer from 1989-96. Kennedy has been active in civic organizations in the Daytona Beach area including the Chamber of Commerce, Seaside Music Theater, Leadership Daytona, the Civic League of the Halifax Area and the United Way. She serves on the Board of Directors of SunTrust Bank as well as a Futures Board Member. She has also served on the Board of Trustees for Stetson University’s School of Business. Kennedy received a B.A. in economics and a B.A. in psychology from Duke University in 1983. She resides in Daytona Beach, Fla., with her son, Benjamin, who is a student at the University of Florida and will compete for Sunoco Rookie of the Year honors in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in 2011.

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NASCAR Executives JIM HUNTER Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Hunter served as Vice President of Corporate Communications for NASCAR. He assumed the post in the summer of 2001. Prior to that, Hunter was a Vice President of International Speedway Corporation and served as Regional Director of the company’s Atlantic Division, overseeing Darlington Raceway, North Carolina Speedway in Rockingham, N.C. and Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, Va. Hunter also served as President of Darlington Raceway from 1993 to 2001. Hunter got his "official" start in motorsports in 1968 as public relations director for Darlington Raceway, where he worked for two years before joining the staff of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 1970. He wrote for the newspaper for five years, winning numerous awards from the National Motorsports Press Association, until he was called back to his motorsports roots in 1975 by Talladega Superspeedway to serve as the track's Public Relations Director. In 1981, Hunter moved to Daytona Beach to become NASCAR Public Relations Director, only to be promoted to Director of Administration several months later. Two years after his move to Daytona, he was promoted to Vice President of Administration for NASCAR. In 1993, Hunter's career brought him back to South Carolina as he became President of Darlington Raceway. Later that year, he was appointed Corporate Vice President of International Speedway Corporation. While president of Darlington, Hunter committed as much energy to being a civic leader as being track president. He serves on the board of trustees for Coker College in Hartsville, S.C. and the Darlington County Economic Development Board, among others. In 1995, he was awarded the Order of the Palmetto, South Carolina's highest civic honor and was named South Carolina's Tourism Ambassador of the Year. A former journalist, Hunter served as sports editor for The State in Columbia, S.C. and a writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He also wrote books on stock car racing, University of South Carolina football and youth league football. A native of South Carolina, Hunter attended the University of South Carolina; he was a three-year letterman in football and a two-year letterman in baseball. Hunter passed away Oct. 29, 2010, leaving a lasting legacy on NASCAR’s touring and weekly series programs.

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NASCAR Touring GEORGE SILBERMANN Managing Director of Racing Operations George Silbermann is NASCAR’s Managing Director of Racing Operations, with a focus on the weekly and regional racing levels – a position he was named to in June of 2006. From his office in NASCAR’s Corporate Headquarters in Daytona Beach, Fla., he oversees the Weekly Racing, Regional Touring, Registration and Member Services – a department he created. His resume, which covers more than 30 years in motorsports, also includes being a founding member of the Grand Am Road Racing Association in 2000. Prior to joining NASCAR in 1999, he was president and COO of the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA). He also formerly served as a member of the Executive Board of the ACCUS/FIA and on the National Motorsports Council, as well as being a former FIA International Steward. He is married, with two sons. RICHARD BUCK Director of Touring Series Richard Buck serves as the Director of NASCAR Touring Series, the all-important grass roots racing program that has developed numerous top-flight drivers over the years. Prior to his appointment to this position in June, 2006, Buck worked in the role as the NASCAR competition point person for Canadian stock car efforts, which included the evaluating and advisement process during NASCAR’s acquisition of CASCAR. Buck also established the company and competition models and led the training efforts leading up to the inaugural year of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. A native of Phoenix, Ariz., Buck worked from 1980-2000 as a crew chief, team manager and director of operations with Champ Car teams. As a crew chief, he is a five-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. Prior to joining NASCAR in January 2005, he spent five years working with teams in all three NASCAR national series. As team manager at Andy Petree Racing in 2001, two of their drivers claimed victories in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series – Bobby Hamilton won at Talladega and Joe Nemechek won at Rockingham. Buck worked in the engineering department and served as fabrication shop manager at Robert Yates Racing, a time during which he also served as interim crew chief for former NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Dale Jarrett. Buck resides in Charlotte, N.C. BOB DUVALL Director, Developmental Racing Series Operations In his 12th season with NASCAR, Bob Duvall serves as the Director, Developmental Racing Series Operations at NASCAR’s Corporate Headquarters in Daytona Beach, Fla. Duvall raced Late Models at Motordrome in Pennsylvania, before moving on to Jennerstown (Pa.) Speedway as General Manager. He was hired to help the sponsorship program after Winston’s departure from short-track racing. He has managed NASCAR’s contingency programs since 2003 for all national, regional and weekly series. He has been instrumental in Whelen Engineering’s entitlement sponsorship of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour and NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, as well as K&N Engineering, Inc.,’s entitlement sponsorship of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. Duvall has a business and statistical analysis background from Carnegie-Mellon University, where he majored in business administration and minored in mathematics. 16

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NASCAR Touring NASCAR REGIONAL TOURING & WHELEN ALL-AMERICAN SERIES STAFF DIRECTORY Senior Vice President, Racing Operations..............................................................................................Steve O’Donnell Managing Director, Racing Operations..............................................................................................George Silbermann Director, Touring Series .............................................................................................................................. Richard Buck Director, Developmental Racing Series Operations ........................................................................................Bob Duvall Senior Manager, Weekly Racing Operations........................................................................................Kevin Nevalainen Manager, Weekly Racing Operations .....................................................................................................Lauren Wescoat Touring Series Marketing Manager............................................................................................................ Meghan Miley Administrative Assistant to Richard Buck, Director, Touring Series ................................................... Christina Hamilton Office Staff................................................................................................................................Jen Cote, Rochelle Jones NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Director ......................................................................................................Kip Childress NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Technical Director......................................................................................Andy Mitchell NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Director .................................................................................................... Joey Mancari NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Technical Director......................................................................................Clem Droste NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Director ........................................................................................................Chad Little NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour Technical Director..............................................................................Rick McCaughey NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour Technical Director........................................................................ Paul Deyo NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Director........................................................................................................ Brad Moran NASCAR Canadían Tire Series Technical Director.........................................................................................Jeff Wilcox NASCAR Director, Weekly Racing.................................................................................................................Lynn Carroll NASCAR Technical Coordinator, Touring Series .................................................................................... Les Westerfield NASCAR Special Projects Director, Touring & Weekly ........................................................................................ Ed Cox NASCAR Manager of Communications – NASCAR Developmental Series ........................................... Jason Christley NASCAR Media Coordinator, Touring Series East............................................................................Jason Cunningham NASCAR Media Coordinator, Touring Series West................................................................................ Kevin W. Green NASCAR Media Coordinator, Touring Series Southeast.............................................................................Tim Southers NASCAR Media Coordinator, Touring Series International..........................................................................Shon Sbarra NASCAR Special Projects, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series .......................................................... Paul Schaefer

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Series Officials JOEY MANCARI – Director Joey Mancari was named the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Director at the beginning of 2007. Mancari, who joined NASCAR in 2003, was the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Race Director in 2005 and 2006 and also was Series Director for the former NASCAR Elite Division, Southwest Series for three years. He has more than two decades of experience in the industry, beginning as the track fire/safety coordinator at Las Vegas International Speedrome in 1985. He went on to work at Las Vegas Speedway Park and eventually at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where he served as Director of Operations/Facilities Manager and other capacities. Mancari and his wife, Christine, live in North Carolina with their son and daughter.

CLEM DROSTE – Technical Director

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Clem Droste became Technical Director for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West at the beginning of the 2007 – coming from the former NASCAR Elite Division, Midwest Series, where he had been the Series Director since 1999.

Chief Starter Andy Ashbeck, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

Droste, who began his career in racing as a crew member for several prominent Central Wisconsin racers, moved behind the scenes and served in various capacities with the Central Wisconsin Racing Association as well as the traveling ARTGO Challenge Series. He was named Technical Director for the ARTGO Challenge Series, which later merged with NASCAR, and helped develop the 9.5:1 compression engine.

Field Investigator John Pattison, Apple Valley, Calif.

Droste resides in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., with his wife Sue. He has a son and daughter as well as three grandchildren.

LARRY HARPER – Race Director Larry Harper became the Race Director for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2009. Harper – originally from Houston Texas – now resides in Denver Colo. He has spent the last 30 years involved in racing on many levels, including being a crew member and crew chief for local drivers and parttime crew member for teams on the former NASCAR Elite Division, Southeast Series. Harper spent several years as a flagman and tech official at Battleground Speedway in Houston Texas, but in recent years was a track official at Colorado National Speedway in Dacono Colo., and at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.). Harper’s full-time job responsibilities over the past 30 years have been in the Information Technology field as a Senior Manager and Director with both IBM and Kaiser Permanente.

Registrar Celeste Putt, Henderson, Nev.

Chief Scorer Toni Bartunek, Scottsdale, Ariz. Officials Sharon Allen, Lynnwood, Wash. Ruben Arzante, Anaheim, Calif. David Beat, Blossom Valley, Calif. Carolyn Berg, Bremerton, Wash. Bill Cordoni, San Jose, Calif. Joe DeFazio, Orange, Calif. Jake Jacobs, Camas, Wash. Lynn Jacobs, Camas, Wash. Craig Johnson, Las Vegas, Nev. Bob Kidwell, San Dimas, Calif. Cindy Levin, Azusa, Calif. Becky McBride, Lakeside, Calif. Steven Oliver, Ramona, Calif. Butch Schaefer, Anderson, Calif. Dave Wachter, Corona, Calif. Christine Walker, Phoenix, Ore. Chuck Welch, Vacaville, Calif. Media Coordinator Kevin W. Green, Bakersfield, Calif.

He enjoys racing, golf and is a 25-year member of the Professional Bowlers Association.

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History of NASCAR

NASCAR Milestones Since its inception as the Strictly Stock Division, what is now the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series has seen many changes. In the beginning the race cars were driven off the street and onto the track, but as safety technology advanced changes were made to cars, as the racing machines of today are more complicated and technological than ever. NASCAR has grown with the series from the small organization formed on the sands of Daytona Beach to a thriving sport. Some important milestones for NASCAR and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series follow:

 DECEMBER 14, 1947 – Bill France Sr. organizes a meeting at the Streamline Hotel in Daytona Beach, Fla. to

discuss the future of stock car racing. NASCAR, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, is conceived.  FEBRUARY 15, 1948 – NASCAR runs its first race in Daytona Beach at the beach road course, which is won by Red Byron in a Ford.  FEBRUARY 21, 1948 – NASCAR is incorporated.

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19, 1949 – The first NASCAR “Strictly Stock” (current NASCAR Sprint Cup Series) race is held at Charlotte (N.C.) Fairgrounds Speedway. Jim Roper wins the race, Bob Flock wins the first pole and Sara Christian, who finishes 14th, is credited as the first woman to start a race in NASCAR’s premier division.  OCTOBER 16, 1949 – Red Byron wins the first NASCAR Strictly Stock championship.

 1950 – Bill France Sr. changes the name of NASCAR’s top series from Strictly Stock to Grand National.  SEPTEMBER 4, 1950 – Darlington Raceway, NASCAR’s first paved superspeedway hosts the 500-mile

Southern 500. This, the first 500-mile event in NASCAR history, is won by Johnny Mantz in a 1950 Plymouth. 8, 1951 – The first NASCAR premier series race west of the Mississippi River is held at Carrell Speedway, a half-mile dirt track in Gardena, Calif.  JUNE 13, 1954 – The International 100 is held at Linden Airport in New Jersey, becoming the first road race in what is now the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.  FEBRUARY 23, 1958 – Paul Goldsmith captures the final race on Daytona’s famed Beach and Road Course.

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 FEBRUARY 22, 1959 – The high-banked 2.5-mile Daytona International Speedway hosts the first Daytona 500.

More than 41,000 fans are in attendance for the inaugural event in which the winner isn’t decided until 61 hours after the checkered flag flew, as the result of a dramatic photo finish. Lee Petty is declared the winner by two feet after conclusive evidence from a newsreel is reviewed by Bill France Sr.  JANUARY 31, 1960 – CBS broadcasts its first live NASCAR premier series events. “CBS Sports Spectacular” televises the Grand National Pole Position races from Daytona. The two-hour program is the first devoted entirely to stock car racing.  JUNE 19, 1960 – Charlotte Motor Speedway holds its first NASCAR event. The World 600 is won by Joe Lee Johnson.  JULY 4, 1960 – Bud Moore and Jack Smith communicate via two-way radio in the Firecracker 250 at Daytona International Speedway, the first time two-way radio communication radio is used in the sport.  SEPTEMBER 13, 1962 – Mamie Reynolds becomes the first female winning car owner when Fred Lorenzen takes the checkered flag at Augusta (Ga.) Speedway.  DECEMBER 1, 1963 – Wendell Scott becomes the first African-American to win a race in NASCAR’s premier series, beating Buck Baker at Jacksonville (Fla.) Speedway.  1964 – Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company tests and begins use of an inner-liner for all NASCAR Grand National racing tires.  OCTOBER 25, 1964 – Richard Petty, NASCAR’s all-time victory leader, captures his first of seven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driving championships.  1965 – The Firestone Racesafe Fuel Cell bladder is introduced into NASCAR.

 1967 – Richard Petty sets three records by collecting the most wins in one season (27), most consecutive wins (10), and most victories from the pole in one season (15).

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History of NASCAR  SEPTEMBER 14, 1969 – Alabama International Speedway – now known as Talladega Superspeedway – opens in Talladega, Ala., as the largest oval (2.66 miles) on the NASCAR circuit.

 MARCH 24, 1970 – Buddy Baker becomes the first driver to post a test-run speed faster than 200 mph in a stock

car, doing so at Talladega. 30, 1970 – At State Fairgrounds Speedway in Raleigh, N.C., the final dirt-track race for NASCAR’s premier series is run.  1971 – R.J. Reynolds’ Winston brand becomes title sponsor of NASCAR’s top division the NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National Division.  JANUARY 10, 1972 – The founder of NASCAR, Bill France Sr., hands over the reins of leadership to his son Bill France Jr., who becomes the second president in NASCAR’s history.  1972 – The NASCAR Winston Cup Grand National Division schedule is trimmed from 48 races to 31, beginning what has come to be called the “modern era” for NASCAR’s premier series.  FEBRUARY 15, 1976 – David Pearson and Richard Petty battle on national television in the Daytona 500. When their cars are involved in an accident near the finish line, Pearson wins by hobbling to the checkered flag.  DECEMBER 1976 – NASCAR’s premier series takes the lead in worldwide motorsports attendance for the first time with more than 1.4 million spectators.  FEBRUARY 20, 1977 – Janet Guthrie becomes the first woman to compete in the Daytona 500. She qualifies 39th and finishes 12th.  FEBRUARY 18, 1979 – CBS presents the first live flag-to-flag coverage of a NASCAR event with the Daytona 500, a show not soon to be forgotten as Richard Petty avoids an incident between Cale Yarborough and Donnie Allison on the last lap to win the race. With Petty racing by to take the checkered flag, Yarborough, Donnie Allison and Bobby Allison are involved in a fight in the infield grass, between Turns 3 and 4.  NOVEMBER 18, 1979 – Richard Petty wins his record seventh series championship.

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4, 1981 – The annual year-end NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards ceremony moves from Daytona Beach, Fla. to the famed Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City.  1982 – The first season for the NASCAR Busch Series – formerly the Late Model Sportsman Division, now called the NASCAR Nationwide Series – is held.  APRIL 29, 1982 – Benny Parsons becomes the first driver in NASCAR history to record an official qualifying lap over 200 mph, accomplishing the feat at Talladega.  JULY 4, 1984 – Richard Petty earns his 200th win in the Firecracker 400 at Daytona International Speedway, setting a mark that has yet to be challenged.  SEPTEMBER 1, 1985 – Bill Elliott claims a $1 million bonus for winning three of the four crown jewel races on the schedule. Elliott is victorious in the Daytona 500, the Winston 500 at Talladega and the Southern 500 at Darlington. Elliott earns the nickname "Million Dollar" Bill.  1986 – NASCAR drops the “Grand National” name from its top division, renaming it the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.  APRIL 30, 1987 – Bill Elliott sets the fastest lap time in NASCAR history, turning a blazing lap of 212.809 mph at Talladega Superspeedway.  MAY 17, 1987 – Dale Earnhardt makes his famous “pass in the grass” in The Winston, the annual all-star race at Lowe’s Motor Speedway, shooting through the grass and back onto the track to maintain the lead over Bill Elliott and eventually win the race.  1989 – For the first time since its inception, every race in NASCAR’s top series is televised.

 SEPTEMBER 1991 – Harry Gant, at age 51, is tabbed “Mr. September” after winning four consecutive races in the month.

 NOVEMBER 15, 1992 – One of the most significant races in NASCAR history, the 1992 season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway. It is Richard Petty’s last race and Jeff Gordon’s first in NASCAR Sprint Cup. Five drivers are eligible to win the title as the race began. Driver-owner Alan Kulwicki ends up leading one more lap than Bill Elliott, to earn the five-point bonus for leading the most laps – and win the championship by 10 points.

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6, 1994 – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule expands to include the famed 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Jeff Gordon claims the win in the first Brickyard 400.  OCTOBER. 23, 1994 – Dale Earnhardt joins Richard Petty as the only driver to win seven NASCAR series championships, clinching the title at Rockingham.  FEBRUARY, 1995 – The first race is held in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – then called the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series.  NOVEMBER 24, 1996 – NASCAR runs a demonstration race at Suzuka, Japan.

 1998 – NASCAR celebrates its first 50 years by naming the 50 Greatest NASCAR Drivers of all time.  NOVEMBER 11, 1999 – NASCAR announces multi-year partnerships with FOX, NBC and Turner

Sports; consolidated television package begins in 2001.  NOVEMBER 28, 2000 – Mike Helton becomes the third president in NASCAR history as Bill France Jr. passes the torch of leadership to a non-France family member for the first time.  SEPTEMBER 25, 2001 – NASCAR Radio, the first 24-hour radio station dedicated to a single sport, debuts on XM Satellite Radio, the first commercial satellite radio service in the United States.  NOVEMBER 18, 2001 – Jeff Gordon wins his fourth NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship, clinching at Atlanta Motor Speedway and giving him the second-best total all-time behind the seven titles won by Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.  JANUARY 2003 – NASCAR unveils the NASCAR Research and Development Center in Concord, N.C.

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19, 2003 – NASCAR announces a 10-year deal for Nextel to replace long-time series sponsor R.J. Reynolds’ Winston brand beginning in 2004.  OCTOBER 2003 – Brian Z. France becomes the new Chairman of the Board and CEO of NASCAR, replacing his father Bill France Jr.  2004 – NASCAR begins its first season under the banner of Nextel, with the series becoming known as the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup (now NASCAR Sprint Cup) Series. A new format is implemented to determine the series champion and is known as the Chase for the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup (now NASCAR Sprint Cup).  NOVEMBER 21, 2004 – Kurt Busch gives his team owner, Jack Roush, back-to-back championships by winning the championship in the tightest points battle in NASCAR history. Busch beats runner-up Jimmie Johnson by a mere eight points.  SEPTEMBER 4, 2005 – 20-year-old Kyle Busch wins the Sony HD 500 at Auto Club Speedway to become the series’ youngest race winner.  MARCH 25, 2007 – NASCAR’s “Car of Tomorrow” debuts at Bristol Motor Speedway. Kyle Busch wins the first race in the car now known as the “new car.”  OCTOBER 14, 2009 – The inaugural class of inductees for the NASCAR Hall of Fame is announced: Bill France Sr., Bill France Jr., Richard Petty, Dale Earnhardt and Junior Johnson.  DECEMBER 4, 2009 – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards Ceremony moves to the Wynn Las Vegas, ending a 28-year run in New York.  MAY 23, 2010 – The inaugural NASCAR Hall of Fame class is inducted, in Charlotte, N.C.

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18, 20-21, 2010 – Kyle Busch wins all three NASCAR national series events during Bristol Motor Speedway’s summer weekend, becoming first driver in history to record a weekend national series tripleheader sweep.  OCTOBER 21, 2010 – The NASCAR Facebook page reaches the 1,000,000 “Likes” milestone.

 OCTOBER 13, 2010 – The second class of NASCAR Hall of Fame inductees is announced:

David Pearson, Lee Petty, Ned Jarrett, Bobby Allison, Bud Moore.  NOVEMBER 19, 2010 – Jimmie Johnson extends his record for consecutive championships to five, and moves into sole possession of third place on all-time list of championships, trailing only seven-time champions Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.

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History of NASCAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST HISTORY Now in its 58th season, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West can be traced back to 1954, when NASCAR came to the West Coast and began sanctioning the Pacific Coast Late Model circuit. The series visited tracks such as Oakland (Calif.) Speedway; Balboa Speedway in San Diego, Calif.; Bay Meadows Speedway in San Mateo, Calif.; and Carrell Speedway in Gardena, Calif. Nine races were on the series schedule in 1954, with the first event being on the half-mile Oakland Speedway, which was known as “The Oakland Wall.” While Hershel McGriff won the pole position, it was Dick Rathmann who came through the field to win that first race in a 1952 Hudson. Through the 1960s and 1970s the series visited fewer and fewer dirt tracks. The final race on a dirt track was in 1979. The circuit has continued to evolve, with various changes taking place during the 1980s and early 1990s. Through its years, the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West has had several titles. In addition to being known as the Pacific Coast Late Models it was called Grand National West, Winston West Grand National, and the NASCAR Winston West Series. In 2003, it was joined with what had been known as the Busch North Series and together they comprise what is now known as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. Competition for drivers has stretched beyond the United States, meanwhile, with racers from the West Coast participating in NASCAR events in Australia in 1988 and in Japan in 1996, 1997 and 1998. And in 1999 the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West became the first in NASCAR to hold a championship race With 54 career victories, Jack outside of North America – with the season finale at Twin Ring Motegi in McCoy had more wins than any Japan. other driver in the NASCAR K&N Pro The names of many talented drivers, meanwhile, have been associated with Series West. the West Coast division through its history. In terms of overall victories, Jack McCoy leads with 54, followed by Ray Elder with 47 and Hershel McGriff with 35. When it comes to championships, Elder leads with six (1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974 and 1975), followed by Bill Schmitt (1977, 1979, 1989 and 1990) and Roy Smith (1980, 1981, 1982 and 1988), each with four. Elder’s team also made a significant mark in the racing world by becoming the only West Coast team to win a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (then Grand National) race. Elder won the Motor Trend Riverside 500 on Jan. 10, 1971 at Riverside International Raceway and a year later won the Golden State 400 on June 18, 1972 at Riverside. Notable competitors in the early days included Lloyd Dane – who won the first championship in 1954 – as well as Danny Letner, Parnelli Jones, Marvin Porter, Bill Amick, Eddy Gray, Scott Cain and Ron Hornaday Sr. Other talented drivers included Chuck Bown, Jim Insolo, Jim Robinson, Rick Carelli, Derrike Cope and Chad Little.

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Series Alumni Kevin Harvick – While Harvick competed in 20 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West events between 1996 and 2000, his championship season of 1998 was the only year he ran the full schedule. The Bakersfield, Calif., native scored five wins, 12 top-five and 15 top-10 finishes in the series. In addition to driving the Spears Motorsports entry to the title in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, Harvick also ran all but one race for the team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 1998. He graduated in 2000 to the NASCAR Nationwide Series, where he won the Rookie of the Year honors. In 2001, he ran full schedules in both the NASCAR Nationwide Series, winning the championship, and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, taking rookie honors. Harvick Kevin Harvick won the 1998 NASCAR K&N Pro dominated NASCAR Nationwide Series competition in 2006 Series West championship. en route to snaring his second series championship. He won the Daytona 500 in 2007, and has qualified for the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup four times. He had three wins in 2010 and finished third in points. Ron Hornaday Jr. – Hornaday’s father, Ron Sr, was a twotime champion in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. The second-generation driver joined the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West after a successful stint in the former NASCAR Southwest Tour – where he won two championships. Hornaday competed in 46 races in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series between 1989 and 2001 – scoring six wins, 24 top-five and 30 top-10 finishes. His last full season was 1994, when he came within 23 points of winning the title and was named Most Popular Driver. He graduated to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, where he won titles in 1996 and 1998. After competing in NASCAR’s other two national series, he returned to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2005 and won two more championships in that series in 2007 and 2009, driving for Kevin Harvick Inc. David Gilliland – Gilliland’s initial success in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series was as a winning crew chief, serving on the championship team when his father, Butch, won the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West title in 1997. After making a limited number of starts through 2002, the second-generation driver got a shot at the full schedule in 2004. He captured the rookie honors and finished third in the overall championship standings. He returned a year later to finish fourth in points and win the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown. After securing a ride with a new team running a limited schedule in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2006, he garnered national headlines with a win at Kentucky. Before the season was over, Gilliland had moved to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He made a return visit to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2007, taking the victory at Infineon Raceway.

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Second-generation driver Ron Hornaday Jr. (92) scored six wins between 1989 and 2001.

David Gilliland captured his first series win at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif., en route to winning the rookie title.

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Series Alumni Brendan Gaughan – Gaughan transitioned from offroad racing to NASCAR in 1998 – initially competing in late model stock cars, as well as the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. He settled in to the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West full-time from 1999 to 2001, winning backto-back championships in 2000 and 2001. Gaughan accumulated eight wins, 24 top-five and 30 top-10 finishes overall. He charged into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2002, winning Rookie of the Year honors. In 2003, he nearly won the championship in that series. Gaughan drove full-time in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2004, before returning to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2005 and then moving to the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2009.

Brendan Gaughan won back-to-back championships in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2000 and 2001.

Chad Little leads Bill Elliott and the rest of the field in a 500-lap NASCAR K&N Pro Series West event at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash.

Chad Little – Little, who got his start racing NASCAR-sanctioned short tracks in the Northwest, was the Sunoco Rookie of the Year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 1986 and followed that up with the championship in 1987. He went on to make more than 200 starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Little has been an official with NASCAR since 2005, recently serving as advisor to the NASCAR Mexico Series. He was named the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour director at the beginning of the 2008 season.

Former NASCAR K&N Pro Series West drivers currently competing on a national level in NASCAR include Jason Bowles, who won the 2009 championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West; Brian Ickler, who had three wins among 26 career series starts in 2006 and 2007; Justin Lofton, who also had 26 career series starts in 2006 and 2007; and Peyton Sellers, who scored a win and two poles in running the 2006 season in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. Brian Ickler was the runner-up for 2007 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Rookie of the Year.

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Homecoming Sweet For SoCal's Bowles 2009 K&N West Champ Returns For Showdown Victory Jason Bowles got the one victory that had eluded him during his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West career. The Ontario, Calif., native drove the No. 75 Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Toyota to the win in the 2011 edition of the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown. Bowles grabbed the lead on the race’s final restart and held off DJ Kennington through the final eight laps. The win for Bowles, the 2009 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion, came in front of a soldout crowd at NASCAR’s premier short-track event. While he was a three-time winner at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) in his NASCAR K&N Pro Series West career, Bowles' best finish in the three previous starts in the 'Daytona 500 of short-track racing' was a third in 2009. "This is the biggest win of my career," Bowles said. "Race wins are huge right for me right now, trying to put my name on the map and get a job doing this for a living. "I’ve got to thank the guys at RWI," he said. "They gave us a car to run. I actually wrecked my primary car in testing. We had this one in the trailer as a backup. We pulled it out and went to work on it." Despite it being a backup car, Bowles knew he still had a good shot at winning the race. "I knew we had a good car in practice," he said. "It’s the best car I’ve had here at the Showdown in race trim. So, I was real happy. I’ve been here four times and I’ve seen guys wreck on Lap 25, Lap 50, Lap 100 and they never make it to the end. I know you’ve got to make it to Lap 225. So, we just kind of kept our nose clean. When the green came out for that last 25, it was time to go." Kennington, the 2010 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series champion, drove to a runner-up finish in his debut at Irwindale. “It was awesome for us," Kennington said. "We knew we had a pretty good car in practice. I wasn’t sure if it was 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

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NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown going to be that good. We avoided the wrecks and were able to be there at the end. "It was a bit too tight to make a run on Jason. I wish we would have had something for the win, but you can’t complain with a second." Jonathon Gomez finished third, while Luis Martinez Jr. and Johnny Borneman rounded out the top five. Making his NASCAR debut, action sports star Travis Pastrana finished sixth, followed by Derek Thorn, Travis Motley, Moses Smith and NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Steve Wallace. "It was absolutely awesome," said Pastrana. "I was just happy not to be a complete road block. I learned a lot. "That last green, it was just chaotic, it was four wide, three wide. I just have to thank (spotter) Matt (Crafton) for keeping me out of most of the trouble. It was a lot of fun. It felt like a win. I know I had a lot of guys in front of me a lot of guys faster than me out there, but doggone, it was a good time out there." Martinez earned the Sunoco Rookie of the Race Award, while Borneman won the Coca-Cola Move of the Race Award after starting 37th and improving 32 spots for his finish. Thorn, who won the Coors Light Pole Award Friday, was on cruise control in the first segment, with a two-second lead as the competition caution came out for the first of two 10-minute breaks. Out of the first break, Andrew Myers quickly became the dominant car. Myers built a five-second lead as the second break approached, but a punctured tire brought him to pit road on Lap 190, and he never recovered. Paulie Harraka, who assumed the lead when Myers relinquished it, was running at the front on Lap 206 after the final break. Coming through Turn 4, Thorn made contact with the left rear of Harraka's car, spinning him out of the lead. Thorn was penalized to the tail end for aggressive driving, while Bowles inherited the lead. Bowles' first lead of the race was short-lived as Greg Pursley got past him on the ensuing restart. Pursley couldn’t make it last, however, as he broke down on Lap 217. From there, it was Bowles’ race to win. Sean Woodside got his 2011 season off to a good start with a win the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model race earlier in the evening at Irwindale. Woodside, from Saugus, Calif., held off former Toyota Speedway track champion Nick Joanides in a green-white-checkered finish for the victory. The 1999 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion took the lead on the first lap and remained out front the rest of the way. The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model race took place on Friday night. Ryan Partridge won the biggest race of his young career. Partridge, out of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., started fifth on the 25-car grid and held off runner-up Alex Haase, beating him to the line by .748 seconds. 2010 Joey Logano got his second NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown trophy and Sergio Pena nearly made a historic debut on the national stage. Logano, 19, held off the 16-year-old Pena and two-time race winner Matt Kobyluck for the victory in the 225-lap race before a sold-out crowd. It was Pena's first career race in NASCAR's top developmental series. Logano made his mark by winning as a 17-year-old rookie in the 2007 edition; Pena, who only has one year of Late Model racing on his resume, nearly out-did that. “He was really good,” Logano said of Pena. “I had to really be methodical in every move I made.” Logano and Pena waged a race-long battle for the lead from drop of the green. For most of the race it was the Pena in heated pursuit of the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Rookie of the Year. Pena was able to grab the lead on several occasions. Logano, however, got the best of two late-race restarts to pull away for the victory. “I had a blast,” Logano said. “I have fun every time I come out there to Toyota Speedway [at Irwindale], and obviously these wins make it a lot more fun.” Following Logano, Pena and Kobyluck in the top five was Joe Gibbs Racing development driver Matt DiBenedetto and Andrew Myers. 2009 Matt Kobyluck is no stranger to wild finishes at the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown and he once again got the best of a three-car, last-lap free-for-all to end up in Victory Lane. In the process, the Uncasville, Conn., driver became the first to win two NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdowns. Joey Logano slid up into Peyton Sellers while going for the lead in Turn 4 coming to the checkered flag. Kobyluck, who was running third, came across the startfinish line a nose behind Logano. Logano was penalized for his move, though, giving Kobyluck a second NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown to go with the one he won in 2006. “I saw it coming,” Kobyluck said. “So I laid up a little,

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NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown got on the brakes and cut to the bottom so that I could miss it all. The writing was on the wall. I’ve been here and doing this enough to know what the outcome was going to be one way or the other. I just didn’t want to get caught up in it.” Trevor Bayne wound up second, followed by Jason Bowles. Logano finished 40th. Johnny Borneman and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Matt Crafton rounded out the top five. This is was the first year the event was held in January. 2007 Joey Logano capped off his rookie season in the NASCAR the same way he started it: in Victory Lane. Logano, the 17-year-old Joe Gibbs Racing development driver from Middletown, Conn., held off fellow East driver Peyton Sellers — who was celebrating his 24th birthday — following a green-white-checkered finish to the 250-lap event. Two-time West champion Mike Duncan finished third in a frantic finish, edging defending race winner Matt Kobyluck at the start-finish line and Eddie McDonald followed close behind in fifth. “I definitely had a perfect year,” Logano said. “This is definitely the cherry on top. I had a great run all night and this was just the perfect way to end it.” Logano won six times during the regular season – including his first career start in the West at Phoenix International Raceway in April as a 16-year-old. He was the first rookie to win a NASCAR Camping World Series East title and set the record as series’ youngest champion. He also became the first driver to follow up a season championship with a victory in the Showdown. 2006 Twice the Toyota All-Star Showdown runner-up, Matt Kobyluck finally made his way to Victory Lane. The Uncasville, Conn. driver took the lead from fellow East driver Sean Caisse on a restart with 10-laps remaining and held on in the midst of a three-way fight for the win with Caisse and West champion Eric Holmes. Holmes wound up spinning in the final turn, as Kobyluck crossed the line in front of runner-up Caisse and third-place Mike David of the West. “That was definitely the highlight of my career,” Kobyluck said. “I’ve won a lot of races at other places. That was the best of the best.” Kobyluck’s win was a historical turning point, as it came thanks in part to the new spec engine technology, introduced as a cost-saving alternative for NASCAR Camping World Series teams. 2005 A year after winning one of the Showdown’s two qualifying races, West driver David Gilliland got his careerchanging victory in the main event. The son of former West champion Butch Gilliland, David Gilliland swapped the lead with East driver Mike Olsen three times over ther final 14 laps with Olsen taking the checkered flag first. The lead changed hands one more time when Olsen failed post-race technical inspection, making David Gilliland the winner. “It’s an honor to be involved in this event,” the Riverside, Calif. driver said. “To win is unbelievable.” Just over seven months later, Gilliland would pick up a NASCAR Nationwide Series win that vaulted him into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series ranks. Kobyluck again finished second, followed by Ryan Moore. 2004 Mike Johnson drove from the back of the field to win the second annual race. The Salisbury, Mass. driver started 24th in the 30-car field and steadily clawed his way up to a top-10 spot. He was eighth at the 100-lap break, when the top eight spots were inverted, and led the final 50 laps to lead a East dominance. “This is definitely one of the highlights of my career, and it’s going to stick out for a long time,” Johnson said. “I just tried to stay consistent and out of trouble.” Led by Johnson and runner-up Matt Kobyluck, the East took four of the top five spots. David Gilliland, who started on the pole after winning his qualifying race, led 91 of the first 101 laps but finished 24th after being involved in a multi-car accident. 2003 The inaugural race was highlighted by an emotional victory by Austin Cameron. The 1998 West Sunoco Rookie of the Year was diagnosed with cancer in the spring and missed four races while undergoing treatment. He returned to post a pair of wins, and his third-place finish in the finale at Mesa Marin Raceway clinched the 15th and final West Series spot for the Showdown. Once there, the El Cajon, Calif. driver took the Bill McAnally Racing Chevrolet to Victory Lane. “To be in the situation I’ve been in all year, basically fighting for my life,” Cameron said, “and come in here and win the biggest race of the year – it’s everything I could’ve wanted.” Joey McCarthy led the first 100 laps until the break, when the top six spots inverted. Cameron moved up to second, and passed Marc Reed on the first lap of the 25-lap sprint to the finish. Andy Santerre, coming off his second straight East title, finished second.

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2011 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR TOYOTA ALL-STAR SHOWDOWN - 01/29/2011 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 180 K - 225L - 112 M Purse: $408,050 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 9 75 Jason Bowles Rusty Wallace Racing Experience Toyota 225 $30,000 Running 2 15 17 D.J. Kennington Castrol Edge Toyota 225 26,000 Running 3 14 22 Jonathon Gomez Century Boatland Chevrolet 225 17,000 Running 4 27 06 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 225 16,250 Running 5 37 8 Johnny Borneman Twisted X Boots/Nicky Rottens Ford 225 16,000 Running 6 20 99 Travis Pastrana Boost Mobile Toyota 225 10,000 Running 7 1 44 Derek Thorn 4 Star Fruit/Superior Crankshaft Chevrolet 225 12,200 Running 8 23 7 Travis Motley Activ8/MMI Racing Chevrolet 225 8,500 Running 9 21 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 225 9,200 Running 10 16 66 Steve Wallace South Point Hotel & Casino Toyota 225 7,750 Running 11 12 86 Daniel Suarez Telmex/Pounce Dodge 225 7,500 Running 12 25 2 German Quiroga Telcel Toyota 225 13,250 Running 13 18 77 Andrew Myers Pacific High Reach/Eagle Transpt'n Ford 225 6,500 Running 14 36 98 Chad Boat Curb Records/GoCountry 105 Chevrolet 225 6,250 Running 15 39 81 Lucas Lasserre RaceCarSeries.com Chevrolet 225 6,000 Running 16 24 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 224 6,800 Running 17 38 52 Ryan Philpott Philpott Race Cars Ford 224 5,700 Running 18 22 42 Taylor Cuzick Freightliner of Arizona Chevrolet 223 5,600 Running 19 30 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 223 6,550 Running 20 2 26 Greg Pursley Gene Price Motorsports Ford 223 6,500 Running 21 5 21 Michael Self * Golden Gate Meat Co/RCR Chevrolet 222 6,400 Running 22 8 35 Andrew Ranger * Waste Management Recycling Chevrolet 222 11,300 Running 23 28 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Chevrolet 220 11,850 Running 24 35 32 Dale Quarterley Van Dyk Baler Chevrolet 213 5,200 Accident 25 31 38 Troy Ermish * AN Plumbing.com Chevrolet 212 6,150 Accident 26 40 53 Cole Cabrera AG Source Magazine Chevrolet 208 5,100 Accident 27 10 19 David Mayhew MMI/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 205 6,100 Accident 28 7 50 Jason Fensler TCR/Facebook Fan Car Chevrolet 205 5,100 Accident 29 3 9 Sean Caisse Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 163 5,100 Ignition 30 19 27 Ruben Rovelo Telmex/Ocessa/Sennheiser Dodge 63 11,100 Accident 31 13 6 Darrell Wallace, Jr. * Toyota/Vibe Toyota 61 11,100 Engine 32 4 39 Brennan Newberry Drager Tech/Metal Mulisha Chevrolet 52 5,000 Accident 33 17 23 Spencer Gallagher Allegiant Air Chevrolet 48 5,000 Accident 34 6 03 Max Gresham * Gresham & Associates Dodge 26 11,000 Accident 35 11 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 26 6,000 Accident 36 34 07 Greg Rayl * RTR Race Talk Radio Ford 18 6,000 Engine 37 33 63 John Salemi Van Dyk Baler Chevrolet 6 11,000 Overheating 38 26 11 Auggie Vidovich MMI Racing/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 3 6,000 Engine 39 29 01 Sergio Pena * RTR Race Talk Radio Ford 3 11,000 Engine 40 32 70 Miguel Paludo * RTR Race Talk Radio Ford 2 11,000 Engine RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Derek Thorn, Time: 18.334 Seconds, Speed: 98.178 mph Failed to Qualify: (6) Carlos Viera (#51), Taylor Barton (#62), Thomas Martin (#5), Justin Funkhouser (#55), Josh Reaume (#72), Jack Sellers (#15). Time of Race: 1 hrs., 49 mins, 56 secs Average Speed: 61.401 mph Margin of Victory: .501 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 4-13 (Car #11 stopped in Turn 2.); 22-25 (Car #23 spin in Turn 2.); 27-32 (Cars #9, #03, #39, #14, #52, #20, #22 and #40 accident in Turn 1 <RED>.); 51-56 (Cars #53, #23 and #81 accident in Turn 2.); 61-66 (Cars #6, #2 and #7 accident on frontstretch.); 8083 (Car #98 spin in Turn 1.); 101-103 (Competition.); 195-197 (Car #14 spin on backstretch.); 198-201 (Car #77 spin in Turn 2/Competition.); 206-209 (Cars #50, #32, #19, #66 and #98 accident in Turn 4 <RED>.); 214-216 (Cars #32, #53 and #38 accident in Turn 1 <RED>.). 11 for 53 laps. Lap Leaders: Derek Thorn 1-102, Andrew Myers 103-191, Paulie Harraka 192-205, Jason Bowles 206-210, Greg Pursley 211-217, Jason Bowles 218-225. Total Laps Led: Derek Thorn 102, Andrew Myers 89, Paulie Harraka 14, Jason Bowles 13, Greg Pursley 7. 5 changes involving 5 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Johnny Borneman, 8 Twisted X Boots/Nicky Rottens Ford COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Derek Thorn, 44 4 Star Fruit/Superior Crankshaft Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER EAST: Matt Kobyluck, 40 Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER WEST: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 06 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 06 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford * Denotes Rookie of the Year Contender

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2011 Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model Results Official Race Results For The Super Late Model 75 - 01/28/2011 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 59 K - 75L - 37 M Purse: $40,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Str 5 7 3 8 6 10 24 4 9 18 15 20 25 11 1 17 22 13 21 12 19 16 14 2 23

Car 11 66 22 31 19 99 91 70 04 05 26 39 9 43 03 25 96 79 95 1 27 17 33 71 7

Driver Ryan Partridge Alex Haase Andy Allen Jason Fraser Dan Moore Brandon Loverock Jack Madrid Kevin Thompson Ryan Reed Eric Schmidt Chris Gerchman Kyle Neveau Scott Dodd Dennis Furden Rod Johnson Jr. Danny Bopp Jerry Thitchener Gary Jenkins Bear Rzesnowiecky Dustin Ash Mark Shaffer Jason Patison Kevin Conway Nick Joanides Cassie Gannis

Team Eshleman Racing Chevrolet Thomson Motorsports Ford RJ Allen Motorsports Ford Brock Rentals/Superior Powdercoating D&D Construction Specialties Ford Equalibryum Wristbands Toyota SoCal Ind./Davis Blueprint Chevrolet Ameritex Ford Vallarta Supermarket/Langes Juice Chevrolet Sierra Speed Technologies Ford STR/Lee Power Steering Chevrolet Class Auto Center Chevrolet JPU/Lucas Oil Chevrolet Hill-ROM Chevrolet Sunrise Ford/King Taco Ford Amazing Grass/Petrol Eyewear Chevrolet Jerry Thitchener Racing Chevrolet Jenkins Insurance Chevrolet Universal Automotive Ford American Band Accessories Ford Performance Engine & Machine Chevrolet Lucas Oil/E3 Spark Plugs Ford Extenze Ford Pro Cast Chevrolet mancavesite.org Chevrolet

Laps 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 75 74 74 74 73 73 59 51 46 46 44 29 24 4

Total Award Status $6,000 Running 3,500 Running 2,500 Running 2,000 Running 1,750 Running 1,500 Running 1,400 Running 1,300 Running 1,200 Running 1,150 Running 1,100 Running 1,050 Running 1,000 Running 900 Running 800 Running 750 Running 700 Running 600 Accident 400 Suspension 400 Overheating 400 Accident 400 Brakes 400 Rear End 400 Engine 400 Electrical

RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Rod Johnson Jr., Time: 17.732 Seconds, Speed: 101.511 mph Failed to Qualify: (11) Dennis Schlarbaum (#2), Travis Thirkettle (#5), Owen Riddle (#10), Charles Price (#12), Casey Kingsland (#18), Billy Mitchell (#21), Jonathan Gomez (#23), Joe Deguevara (#29), Sergio Pena (#30), Chris Winter (#77), Greg Hanneman (#81) Time of Race: 0 hrs., 32 mins, 52 secs Average Speed: 69.373 mph Margin of Victory: .748 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 1-3; 49-55; 58-66. 3 for 19 laps. Lap Leaders: Rod Johnson Jr. 1-4, Nick Joanides 5-23, Ryan Partridge 24-55, Alex Haase 56-62, Ryan Partridge 63-75. Total Laps Led: Ryan Partridge 45, Nick Joanides 19, Alex Haase 7, Rod Johnson Jr. 4. 4 changes involving 4 drivers.

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2011 Whelen All-American Series Late Model Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model 50 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 40 K - 51L - 25 M Purse: $25,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Str 1 2 3 20 10 5 25 16 22 12 14 21 13 19 24 11 23 8 15 4 6 7 17 18 9

Car 45 30 15 41 16 11 18 05 03 6 98 31 90 22 21 56 27 62 65 50 17 4 44 88 99

Driver Sean Woodside Nick Joanides Brandon Davis Travis Irving Matthew Hicks Kyle McGrady Taylor Cuzick Matt Scott Taylor Miinch Kenny Smith Glen Cook Richie Altman Toni Marie McCray Jonathon Gomez Kenny Smith Dylan Lupton John Moore Darren Cheek George Atkinson Jr. Tim Huddleston Mike Johnson Sean Bennett Chris Holloway Dylan Hutchison Tim Smith

Team Apache Rental Group Chevrolet King Taco Chevrolet Lupton Excavation/Race Car Factory/ACS Great Central Transport Chevrolet RBK Race Cars Chevrolet Phenix Ind. Chevrolet Freightliner of Arizona Chevrolet BJB Enterprises/Double Tree Monrovia King Taco Chevrolet Miller Environmental Chevrolet Cook Roofing Chevrolet Unlimited Motorsports Chevrolet Westrux International/Race Car Factory Century Boatland/Heritage Cattle Co. Chevrolet Quick Pick Motorsports Ford Lupton Excavation/Race Car Factory/ACS JM Environmental/Golden St. Racing Chevrolet Brendanns Irish Bar and Pub Chevrolet Atkinson and Associates Chevrolet Justice Brothers/Race Car Factory Chevrolet Speedway Transmission Toyota Bennett Excavation Ford Four Star Fruit Chevrolet Johnnie Walker Performance Center Dodge California Equipment Rentals Chevrolet

Laps 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 50 50 45 45 21 14 5 0

Total Award $2,000 1,700 1,500 1,400 1,300 1,250 1,200 1,100 1,000 850 800 750 700 650 600 550 500 450 400 300 200 200 200 200 200

Status Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Accident Accident Engine Accident Accident DNS

RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Brandon Davis, Time: 18.471 Seconds, Speed: 97.450 mph Failed to Qualify: Cody Hodgson, Brandon Loverock, Adam Coonfield, Clay Wattenbrger, Brian Koski, Carlos Viera,Brian Richardson, David Hulsey, Greg Leonard, Marty Wallace. Time of Race: 32 mins, 22 secs Average Speed: 47.271 mph Margin of Victory: .281 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 6-12; 14-18; 22-25; 37-40; 46-48. 5 for 23 laps. Lap Leaders: Sean Woodside 1-51. Total Laps Led: Sean Woodside 51. 0 changes involving 1 drivers.

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2010 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR TOYOTA ALL-STAR SHOWDOWN - 01/30/2010 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 180 K - 225L - 112 M Purse: $408,750 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 2 25 Joey Logano The Home Depot Toyota 225 $31,000 Running 2 1 4 Sergio Pena Freightliner Chevrolet 225 23,000 Running 3 14 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Chevrolet 225 22,550 Running 4 11 98 Matt DiBenedetto Curb Records Toyota 225 20,000 Running 5 13 77 Andrew Myers ProCast/Jan's Towing/A-1 Rentals Toyota 225 13,000 Running 6 4 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 225 11,550 Running 7 24 17 David Mayhew MMI/Ron's Read Ends/KHI Chevrolet 225 10,000 Running 8 17 71 Eddie MacDonald Grimm Construction Chevrolet 225 14,500 Running 9 16 12 Paulie Harraka * NAPA Filters Toyota 225 9,850 Running 10 23 35 Steve Park Whelen Engineering Chevrolet 225 13,750 Running 11 10 6 Jason Bowles Sunrise Ford Ford 225 8,500 Running 12 22 1 Jim Inglebright ESEF Apparel Chevrolet 225 8,250 Running 13 6 46 Jeff Barkshire Centennial Battery Systems Dodge 225 6,500 Running 14 36 70 Nick Joanides ProCast/Eagle Transport/Jan's Towing Ford 225 10,250 Running 15 26 19 Andrew Ranger Autodrome/OCR Gas Bar Chevrolet 225 12,000 Running 16 3 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 225 6,800 Running 17 30 11 Jason Patison Lucas Oil/Rock Star Chevrolet 225 11,700 Running 18 39 14 Troy Ermish Cooks Collision Chevrolet 225 6,600 Running 19 38 7 Kyle Kelley Upracing.com/Jamison Eng./Apex Chevrolet 225 7,550 Running 20 40 05 Justin Philpott Taxbrain Toyota 225 6,500 Running 21 20 29 Brennan Newberry Syndex/Tropix Chevrolet 225 5,400 Running 22 29 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 225 6,300 Running 23 35 88 Michael Self J. Michael Self MD Chevrolet 214 6,250 Accident 24 37 62 Candace Muzny Arrow Wrecker/West Coast Choppers Chevrolet 208 6,200 Suspension 25 34 2 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 207 6,150 Running 26 9 00 Ryan Truex * NAPA Toyota 205 11,100 Accident 27 19 84 Jamie Dick Viva Auto Gp/Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr Chevrolet 204 6,100 Accident 28 8 9 Josh Combs Grape King/Giumarra Companies Ford 200 5,100 Running 29 27 63 John Salemi Dangerous Red/Valenzano Winery Chevrolet 195 11,100 Rear End 30 28 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 186 6,100 Accident 31 33 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 185 6,100 Accident 32 12 50 Auggie Vidovich TCR/babycancer.com/Ron's Read Ends 177 5,000 Accident 33 31 53 Derek Ramstrom Bollegraff/Lubo Chevrolet 144 11,000 Accident 34 18 61 Brett Thompson VaCom Technologies/RTTI Chevrolet 144 6,000 Accident 35 21 21 Blake Koch * DAYSTAR Chevrolet 144 6,000 Accident 36 15 76 Brian Johnson, Jr. Super Seal Construction Products Chevrolet 144 5,000 Oil Leak 37 5 31 Sean Caisse Whelen Engineering Chevrolet 128 5,000 Drive Shaft 38 7 89 David Gilliland Quiksilver/Image Mtrspts Toyota 99 5,000 Electrical 39 25 36 George Brunnhoelzl, III Whelen Engineering/Fibrwrap Chevrolet 93 11,000 Accident 40 32 55 Johnathan Hale Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 39 6,000 Rear End RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Sergio Pena, Time: 18.39 Seconds, Speed: 97.879 mph Failed to Qualify: (5) Ruben Rovelo (#86), Willy Boucenna (#91), Paul Pedroncelli, Jr. (#0), Beto Montiero (#23), Justin Funkhouser (#5). Time of Race: 2 hrs., 4 mins, 25 secs Average Speed: 54.253 mph Margin of Victory: .584 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 13-16 (Car #29 spins Front Stretch); 36-40 (Car #2 accident Turn 4); 52-56 (Car #61 spin Turn 2); 64-67 (Car #62 spin Turn 2); 95-98 (Car #36 accident Turn 1); 100-102 (Car #89 stall Front Stretch); 111-116 (Car #21 spin); 130-133 (Cars #31and #50 accident Front Stretch); 135-141 (Cars #1 and #14 spin Turn 3); 145-150 (Car #1 spin Turn 2); 169-172 (Car #00 spin Turn 2); 185-191 (Cars #16 and #50 accident Back Stretch; Cars #22 and #46 accident Turn 4); 201-202 (Break); 205-212 (Cars #00, #46, #62, #84, #70, #11 accident Turn 2); 215-217 (Car #88 accident Turn 3). 15 for 72 laps. Lap Leaders: Sergio Pena 1, Joey Logano 2-105, Sergio Pena 106-133, Joey Logano 134-177, Sergio Pena 178-202, Joey Logano 203225. Total Laps Led: Joey Logano 171, Sergio Pena 54. 5 changes involving 2 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS 21 MEANS 21 POLE AWARD PRESENTED BY COORS LIGHT: Sergio Pena, 4 Freightliner Chevrolet COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Nick Joanides, 70 ProCast/Eagle Transport/Jan's Towing Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER EAST: Matt Kobyluck, 40 Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER WEST: Eric Holmes, 20 NAPA Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Paulie Harraka *, 12 NAPA Filters Toyota WIX LAP LEADER AWARD: Joey Logano, 25 The Home Depot Toyota * Denotes Rookie of the Year Contender

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2010 Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model Results Official Race Results For The Toyota All-Star Showdown Super Late Model 100 - 01/29/2010 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 53 K - 66L - 33 M Purse: $50,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Str 1 7 11 4 12 14 21 9 20 16 31 27 30 19 28 18 6 37 34 10 36 38 23 35 3 2 26 17 39 24 15 8 5 13 29 33 25 22 32 40

Car 12 88 28 22 70 20 99 33 94 03 89 21 18 61 4 57 37 96 31 71 19 67 16 60 5 51 7 56 06 90 26 25 36 6 95 76 11 43 52 39

Driver Rip Michels David Gilliland Andy Allen Derek Thorn Kevin Thompson Jay Sauls Brandon Loverock Ryan Partridge Dusty Davis Luis Martinez, Jr. Matt Crafton Jared Vorse Casey Kingsland Jake Engle Ryan Reed David Ross Mike Longton Jerry Thitchener Duane Hunt, Jr. Nick Joanides Rick Chavez Rob Kiemele Jacob Gomes Mike Lee Travis Thirkettle Alex Haase Ray Hooper, Jr. Ron Esau Julien Penaruiz Justin Johnson Scott Rueschenberg Scott Dodd Joey Tanner David Beat Bear Rzesnowiecky Shawn Calderwood Jeff Eshleman Dennis Furden Ryan Philpott Kyle Neveau

Team iDevAffiliate.com Ford Eshleman Racing Ford Mills Ford Ford Joiner Motorsports Chevrolet Hess Group/Voeller Mixers Ford Canyon Auto Paint Supply Chevrolet CH&E Investments Chevrolet Eshleman Racing Chevrolet Vision Airlines Ford King Taco/Eibach Spring Chevrolet Speed Wong Racing Chevrolet Knight Fire Protection Chevrolet Hooters Toyota Access Agility Chevrolet Jon's Marketplace Chevrolet Lucas Oil/Little Green Onion Chevrolet Key Financial Ford Thitchener Racing Chevrolet D&D Installation/mancavesite.org Dodge Mr. Crane/Jackson Race Cars Chevrolet Lyle Hunter Tax Service Chevrolet Unlimited Landscaping Toyota archeryholic.com Chevrolet A-1 Auto/Fix Nation Chevrolet National Papers Chevrolet Kyle Busch Motorsports Ford Keller Racing Engines Chevrolet Havasu 95 Spdwy/Esau Supply Co. Chevrolet VHS Diamonds Chevrolet Vision Airlines Ford J.P.U./Fat Yard Chevrolet Lucas Oil/Craigs Fire Protection Chevrolet I.P.M. Chevrolet Pick Your Part Chevrolet American Racing Supply Ford M.P. Environmental Chevrolet Eshleman Racing Chevrolet Hill-Rom Chevrolet Superior Crankshaft Chevrolet Celette/EBS Chevrolet

Laps 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 65 63 59 59 59 49 40 35 33 32 31 28 19 12 11 4 4 0

Total Award Status $10,000 Running 5,000 Running 3,500 Running 2,500 Running 2,000 Running 1,800 Running 1,400 Running 1,150 Running 1,100 Running 1,075 Running 1,050 Running 1,025 Running 1,000 Running 975 Running 950 Running 925 Running 900 Running 875 Running 850 Running 825 Running 800 Running 750 Running 700 Running 625 Running 600 Accident 575 Accident 550 Running 500 Electrical 500 Rear End 500 Accident 500 Suspension 500 Accident 500 Accident 500 Accident 500 Vibration 500 Accident 500 Handling 500 Accident 500 Accident 500 Did Not Start

RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Rip Michels, Time: 17.861 Seconds, Speed: 100.778 mph Time of Race: 0 hrs., 53 mins, 50 secs Average Speed: 36.780 mph Margin of Victory: .478 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 5-10; 13-16; 24-31; 33-38; 42-45; 53-56; 60-63. 7 for 36 laps. Lap Leaders: Rip Michels 1-31, Travis Thirkettle 32, Rip Michels 33-46, Alex Haase 47-56, Rip Michels 57-66. Total Laps Led: Rip Michels 55, Alex Haase 10, Travis Thirkettle 1. 4 changes involving 3 drivers.

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2010 Whelen All-American Series Late Model Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown Late Model 75 - 01/30/2010 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 43 K - 55L - 27 M Purse: $25,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Str 1 7 8 6 10 17 4 5 14 9 16 19 12 26 2 39 22 15 29 11 35 28 27 25 41 31 42 36 30 34 37 21 43 23 13 20 32 44 33 38 40 18 24 3

Car 50 45 77 17 51 85 84 21 29 61 44 59 1 16 15 40 9 11 38 25 3 27 99 32 00 87 54 47 33 6 13 05 8 03 65 62 5 24 28 88 42 2 98 4

Driver Tim Huddleston Sean Woodside Nick Joanides Mike Johnson Dallas Colodny Travis Irving Michael Self Grant Hebner Jason Fensler Kenny Smith Chris Holloway Travis Motley Eric Holmes Taylor Cuzick Rod Johnson, Jr. James Weston Chad Holman Kyle McGrady Jeff Peterson Brandon Loverock Richie Altman Vito Ranuio Michael Varela Kyle Heckman Marty Wallace John Moore Carlos Vieria Mark Whitson Christian Copley Donny St. Ours Jason Piper Eric Schmidt Brian Koski Dylan Kwasniewski George Atkinson, Jr. Darren Cheek Justin Philpott Ricky James Trevor Schlundt Glen Cook Larry Cerquettini Davin Cravens Tim Smith Sean Bennett

Team Gilley @ Treasure Island Hotel Chevrolet Apache Rental Group Chevrolet Procast/Jan's Towing Chevrolet Speedway Transmission Ford ExtremeWrench.com/Assett Fortress Advisors California Highway Patrol J. Michael Self Plastic Surgery/Welker Perf. Ctr. Total Velocity Processing Ford Aurora Design Chevrolet Miller Environmental/RTS Chevrolet Four Star Fruit Gilley's Chevrolet NAPA of Escalon/Joiner Motorsports/Bulls Eye Freighliner of Arizona/Mobil 1/Renegade Trailers Sunrise Ford/Gilley's @ Treasure Island Ford Auto Pro Racing Engines Chevrolet Equity Homes, Inc. Chevrolet K&N Filters/Speed Lox Chevrolet Arrow Track/Jan's Towing/Tri-City Towing Tri-City Towing/ Race Car Factory Chevrolet Snap-On Tools/Finishline Motorsports Chevrolet Vito Trucking Chevrolet Bakersfield RV Resort Chevrolet Webb Oil Chevrolet HMW Construction Chevrolet JM Environmental/AT&T Chevrolet 51 Fifty Apparel Co. Chevrolet Chevrolet K&N Filters/MRK Motorsports/Side Show Riley's Place Chevrolet Golden State Steel & Strair/Nakidclothing.com Legacy Pools/Joiner Motorsports/Rubicon Oil Groth Bros. Chevrolet Chevrolet Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Chevrolet Atkinson & Associates/T.E. Newton Plumbing Rocket Fizz/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet TaxBrain.com/Evergreen Oil Chevrolet SoCalSupertrucks.com/Alpine Stars Toyota Dennis' Auto Repair Chevrolet Air Gas Pontiac Bud's Tire & Wheel/Nitro 2 Go Ford BJC Construction Chevrolet DenBeste Motorsports/RTS/H&S Body Bennett Excavation/Dave Bennett Construction

Laps 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 54 54 54 54 53 51 50 49 41 39 37 37 37 37 37 26 26 17 12 6

Total Award $2,500 1,700 1,500 1,400 1,300 1,250 1,200 1,100 1,000 750 725 700 675 650 625 600 575 550 525 500 450 400 350 350 350 300 250 250 250 225 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200 200

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RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Tim Huddleston, Time: 18.9 Seconds, Speed: 95.238 mph Time of Race: 0 hrs., 39 mins, 42 secs Average Speed: 41.562 mph Margin of Victory: 1.245 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 7-10 (#4 spin in Turn 4); 12-16 (#47, #2, #51, #98 (spin on backstretch)); 21-23 (#32 spin (Turn 2)); 28-36 (#38 spins, #88, #42, #33 (accident in turn 3)); 38-40 (#65, #62, #33, #28, #05, #24 (accident on frontstretch) ). 5 for 24 laps. Lap Leaders: Rod Johnson, Jr. 1-16, Tim Huddleston 17-55. Total Laps Led: Tim Huddleston 39, Rod Johnson, Jr. 16. 1 changes involving 2 drivers.

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2009 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown - 01/24/2009 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 201 K - 250L - 125 M Purse: $420,030 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 23 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Resort Chevrolet 250 $34,500 Running 2 6 1 Trevor Bayne Dale Earnhardt Inc/Strutmasters Chevrolet 250 23,630 Running 3 2 6 Jason Bowles Sunrise Ford Ford 250 17,000 Running 4 30 8 Johnny Borneman Borneman Plastering/Red Line Oil Chevrolet 250 15,500 Running 5 39 45 Matt Crafton Speed Wong Racing Toyota 250 16,000 Running 6 13 33 Ron Hornaday, Jr. MMI/Ron's Read Ends Chevrolet 250 10,000 Running 7 16 2 Mike David Bennett Lane Winery Toyota 250 10,000 Running 8 20 18 Marc Davis Joe Gibbs Driven Toyota 250 11,500 Running 9 22 01 Jim Inglebright S.F. Apparel.com Chevrolet 250 9,200 Running 10 11 14 David Mayhew MMI/Ron's Read Ends Chevrolet 250 8,750 Running 11 15 37 Alex Kennedy Media Master Chevrolet 250 7,500 Running 12 24 13 Todd Souza Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 250 7,250 Running 13 27 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 250 7,500 Running 14 21 83 Peyton Sellers Jig-A-Loo Chevrolet 249 9,250 Running 15 40 10 Jim Warn MJ2 Racing/Gran Prix Imports Chevrolet 249 7,000 Running 16 31 17 Jason Patison Lucas Oil Products/E3 Sparkplugs Chevrolet 249 6,800 Running 17 18 9 Auggie Vidovich Sunrise Ford Ford 247 5,700 Running 18 8 12 Antonio Perez Chivasi/Telmex/Troy Williams Racing Dodge 245 8,600 Running 19 34 88 Jamie Dick Viva Auto Gp/Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr Chevrolet 238 6,550 Running 20 14 51 Alex Haase alexhaase.com Chevrolet 233 5,500 Engine 21 37 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 231 6,400 Running 22 4 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 219 6,300 Running 23 29 35 Steve Park Waste Management Recycle Chevrolet 201 8,250 Running 24 36 58 Jarit Johnson Supercuts/Jimmie Johnson Foundation 197 5,200 Running 25 17 44 Eric Richardson RICH-Pak/Guimarra/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 194 5,150 Running 26 7 29 Nick Lynch Mr. Gas/Rock Star Dodge 188 5,100 Suspension 27 12 71 Eddie MacDonald Grimm Construction Chevrolet 181 8,100 Accident 28 26 25 Jason Fensler Molecule/Red Line Oil Chevrolet 155 5,100 Accident 29 1 50 Chris Johnson Team Cass Racing Ford 154 8,100 Accident 30 19 3 Austin Dillon Pennzoil/Shell Chevrolet 153 8,100 Running 31 3 15 Brian Ickler Ickler Electric Chevrolet 144 8,100 Accident 32 35 77 Andrew Myers Molecule/Jan's Towing/King Taco Toyota 144 5,000 Accident 33 5 46 Jeff Barkshire Centennial Batteries Dodge 144 6,000 Accident 34 28 4 Ricky Carmichael Monster Energy Drink Chevrolet 142 8,000 Accident 35 38 34 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/RTD/D4D Chevrolet 53 5,000 Accident 36 9 41 Ryan Foster Glen Haven Resorts Ford 46 5,000 Accident 37 32 52 Jamie Hayes JL Hendrick Auto Group Chevrolet 9 8,000 Accident 38 25 22 Scott Steckly Bollegraff/Tow Truck in a Box Chevrolet 8 8,000 Accident 39 33 28 John Salemi Williamsonlineprinting.com/GPS Core Tech 8 5,000 Accident 40 10 08 Joey Logano Joe Gibbs Driven Toyota 0 5,000 Penalty Fastest Qualifier: Chris Johnson, Time: 18.299 Seconds, Speed: 98.366 MPH Failed to Qualify: (16) Blake Koch (#21), Joe Polewarczyk, Jr. (#03), Daryl Harr (#00), Keith Spangler (#39), Brian Wong (#89), Marcus Zukanovic (#99), Tony Toste (#91), Stan Silva, Jr. (#65), Paul Pedroncelli, Jr. (#0), Billy Kann (#78), Kyle Kelley (#7), Dakoda Armstrong (#5), Wes Banks (#31), Rod Johnson, Jr. (#04), Terry Henry (#19), Greg Pursley (#26). Time of Race: 2 hrs., 20 mins, 18 secs Average Speed: 53.457 mph Margin of Victory: .482 Seconds COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Chris Johnson, 50 Team Cass Racing Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD WEST: Johnny Borneman, 8 Borneman Plastering/Red Line Oil Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOVE IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD EAST: Matt Kobyluck, 40 Mohegan Sun Resort Chevrolet HAPPY CAMPER AWARD: Matt Kobyluck, 40 Mohegan Sun Resort Chevrolet POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Matt Crafton, 45 Speed Wong Racing Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Trevor Bayne, 1 Dale Earnhardt Inc/Strutmasters Chevrolet Caution Flags: Laps 10-17; 28-32; 47-51; 54-62; 66-71; 77-82; 137-141; 143-152; 155-161; 183-188; 195-200; 203-207; 234-241. 13 for 86 laps. Lap Leaders: Chris Johnson -grid, Jason Bowles 1-6, Chris Johnson 7-17, Eric Holmes 18-33, Brian Ickler 34-63, Eric Holmes 64-72, Brian Ickler 73-142, Joey Logano 143, Trevor Bayne 144, Joey Logano 145-161, Jason Bowles 162-166, Joey Logano 167-200, Jason Bowles 201212, Joey Logano 213-241, Jason Bowles 242, Joey Logano 243, Matt Kobyluck 244, Peyton Sellers 245-249, Joey Logano 250. Total Laps Led: Brian Ickler 100, Joey Logano 83, Eric Holmes 25, Jason Bowles 24, Chris Johnson 11, Peyton Sellers 5, Trevor Bayne 1, MattKobyluck 1. 18 changes involving 8 drivers.

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2009 Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model Results Official Race Results For The Toyota All-Star Showdown Super Late Model 150 - 01/24/2009 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 11 K - 15L - 7 M Purse: $55,500 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 2 5 Travis Thirkettle Justice Brothers/Race Car Factory Chevrolet 15 $10,000 Running 2 1 71 Nick Joanides Mr. Crane/Western Conc. Pumping Chevrolet 15 5,000 Running 3 3 9 Dan Moore D & D Construction Specialties Ford 15 3,500 Running 4 4 77 Stephen Peace Stuart Engineering Ford 15 2,500 Running 5 5 22 Andy Allen Mills Ford/KGC/Walker Brothers Ford 15 2,000 Running 6 6 57 David Ross Lucas Oil/E.R. Block Plumbing Chevrolet 15 1,800 Running 7 8 35 Randall King Luke's Auto Body Chevrolet 15 1,400 Running 8 7 08 Toni Marie McCray NAPA/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 15 1,150 Running 9 10 33 Jeff Eshleman So Cal Wraps Ford 15 1,100 Running 10 9 03 Luis Martinez, Jr. King Taco Chevrolet 15 1,075 Running 11 12 28 Matthew Hicks Lyle Hunter Tax Service/Teldata Dodge 15 1,050 Running 12 19 25 Scott Dodd Craig Fire Protection/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 15 1,025 Running 13 11 6 David Beat Pick Your Part/LKQ/Nat'l Kidney Fdn. Chevrolet 15 1,000 Running 14 26 99 Brandon Loverock Quick Change/Pave-IT Chevrolet 15 975 Running 15 13 17 Jason Patison Lucas Oil/Dixie Chopper Chevrolet 15 950 Running 16 20 70 Kevin Thompson Hess Group/Voeller Mixers Ford 15 925 Running 17 22 18 Todd Bammer Moeller Brothers Chevrolet 15 900 Running 18 24 10 Mark Shackelford Bud's Tire & Wheel/Int'l Autocrafters Chevrolet 15 875 Running 19 31 67 Ron Dexter Super Seal Chevrolet 15 850 Running 20 43 01 Danny Gay T-Mad/Discount Signs and Banners Chevrolet 15 825 Running 21 16 44 Matthew Eshelman So Cal Wraps Chevrolet 15 800 Running 22 34 63 Joe Paladenic The Body Shop/GAT Racing Chevrolet 15 750 Running 23 46 3 Bobby Latham, Jr. Latham Motors Dodge 15 700 Running 24 50 21 Jared Vorse Knight Fire Protection Chevrolet 15 625 Running 25 14 43 Dennis Furden Nesquik Chevrolet 15 600 Running 26 23 95 Bear Rzosnowiecky Universal Machine Ford 15 575 Running 27 36 11 Dan O'Donnell Evans Alloys/Western Tire Toyota 15 550 Running 28 47 76 Brian Johnson, Jr. Super Seal Chevrolet 15 500 Running 29 51 96 Jerry Thitchener HPE/Pro Vinyl Graphics Chevrolet 15 500 Running 30 40 20 Jacob Engle Next Net Consulting/Access Agility Chevrolet 15 500 Running 31 39 61 Dennis Rock Adams Driveline/ET&M Refrigeration Chevrolet 15 500 Running 32 45 48 Rob Kiemele Unlimited Landscape/Sportsco Toyota 15 500 Running 33 35 4 Jason Gilbert Hur Performance/Moeller Bros Chevrolet 15 500 Running 34 21 47 Derek Becker Xocai Chocolate Chevrolet 15 500 Running 35 42 12 Rip Michels Stock Building Supply/Andersen Windows Ford 14 500 Running 36 29 88 Todd McLauchlan ICM/Bowden Development Chevrolet 14 500 Running 37 32 05 John Manke Lucas Oil/Salm Grading Chevrolet 12 500 Running 38 48 38 Brian Fitzgibbons B&B Equipment Rental/MAR Motorsports 11 500 Running 39 15 89 Brian Wong Speed Wong Racing Chevrolet 9 500 Accident 40 25 15 Chazz Anderson Sharp Image Racing Chevrolet 9 500 Accident 41 41 75 Ron Hornaday, Jr Jackson Race Cars/Ed Hanson Engines 9 500 Accident 42 18 83 Jobe Spyres PCM Chevrolet 9 500 Running 43 17 98 Ricky McCray, Jr. Tap Out/R.P. Wages Ford 2 500 Accident 44 27 55 David Gilliland So Cal Wraps Ford 1 500 Accident 45 28 59 Auggie Vidovich, Jr. Bryans Racing Chevrolet 1 500 Accident 46 38 93 Cole Whitt D & D Construction Specialties Chevrolet 1 500 Accident 47 30 80 Matt Jaskol Real Water Toyota 0 500 Accident 48 33 7 Cassie Gannis NOS Energy Drink Chevrolet 0 500 Accident 49 37 32 Kristopher Terris Kingsburg Truck Center/Bourgeois Dev. Dodge 0 500 Accident 50 49 60 Mike Lee BK Motorsports/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 0 500 Suspension 51 52 30 Duane Hunt, Jr. D&D Racing Dodge 0 500 Suspension Fastest Qualifier: None - Field set per entry blank Time of Race: 0 hrs., 14 mins, 5 secs Average Speed: 1.953 mph Margin of Victory: Under Caution Caution Flags: Laps 1-6; 10-15. 2 for 12 laps. Lap Leaders: Nick Joanides 1, Ricky McCray, Jr. 2, Nick Joanides 3-7, Travis Thirkettle 8-15. Total Laps Led: Travis Thirkettle 8, Nick Joanides 6, Ricky McCray, Jr. 1. 3 changes involving 3 drivers.

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2009 Whelen All-American Series Late Model Results Official Race Results For The Toyota All-Star Showdown Late Model 75 - 01/24/2009 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 43 K - 55L - 27 M Purse: $26,400 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 5 17 Mike Johnson Jet Connect/Fast Lap Indoor Carting Ford 55 $2,500 Running 2 31 15 Andrew Meyers Toyota of Escondido/High-Tech Ent Chevrolet 55 1,700 Running 3 13 58 Kevin Vernon Extreme Racing/Vernon Ent Chevrolet 55 1,500 Running 4 20 05 Eric Schmidt AT&T/YellowPages.Com Chevrolet 55 1,400 Running 5 37 77 Nick Joanides Mr. Crane Chevrolet 55 1,300 Running 6 12 40 James Weston Smitty's Towing/Voight Motorsports/Auto Pro 55 1,250 Running 7 22 28 Kevin Callahan Giumarra Vineyards/Bedrosian's Marble & Tile 55 1,200 Running 8 8 25 Brandon Loverock Tri-City Towing/Racecar Factory/Quick Change 55 1,100 Running 9 21 21 Ray Robinson Rancho Pacific Electric Ford 55 1,000 Running 10 17 32 Kyle Heckman Alpine Stars/RM Racing Chevrolet 55 750 Running 11 39 36 Joey Tanner Jody's Chevrolet 55 725 Running 12 25 59 Travis Motley Justice Brothers/Racecar Factory Chevrolet 55 700 Running 13 14 37 Robbie Brand Lagunitas Brewing Co Chevrolet 55 675 Running 14 42 50 Tim Huddleston Justice Brothers/Racecar Factory Chevrolet 55 650 Running 15 18 81 Jason Romero Hooters Resort Casino Chevrolet 55 625 Running 16 43 65 George Atkinson, Jr Atkinson's & Associate/Jackson Race Cars 55 600 Running 17 38 10 Sean Woodside Apache Rental Chevrolet 55 575 Running 18 33 62 Darren Cheek Chevrolet 55 550 Running 19 32 52 Ronnie Davis, Jr Ecology Auto Wrecking/Quality Material 55 525 Running 20 36 09 Lindsey King Racecar Factory/Tri City Twng/Checkered Flag 55 500 Running 21 24 5 Brian Koski Groth Bros Chevrolet/Dom's Outfitters Chevrolet 55 450 Running 22 29 57 David Hulsey Koski Motorsports Toyota 55 400 Running 23 16 78 Logan Henson Lucas Oil/Bonanza Concrete Chevrolet 55 350 Running 24 41 91 Joe DeGuevara Piratescoveonline.com/South Point Hotel 55 350 Running 25 35 85 Travis Irving CHP/Great Central Transport Chevrolet 55 350 Running 26 6 38 Scott Gafforini Binion's Gamblling Hall & Casino/Magoo's 55 300 Running 27 40 24 Craig Yeaton Gee Whiz Chevrolet 55 250 Running 28 9 89 Brennan Newberry Flashco/Giumarra Vineyards Chevrolet 55 250 Running 29 45 55 John Moore AT&T Chevrolet 55 250 Running 30 1 88 Bobby Hodges Nevada Automotive Test Center/No Coast 55 225 Running 31 47 44 Chris Holloway Four Star Fruit Chevrolet 54 200 Running 32 28 12 Scott Youngren PPM12/Stone Trust Company Chevrolet 54 200 Running 33 26 7 Doff Cooksey, Jr New York Life/Vornhagen Body & Paint 54 200 Running 34 27 33 Tommy Rizzo IBEW Local 40/NECA Ford 54 200 Running 35 10 35 Rodney Peacher Kinney Mfg/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 54 200 Running 36 19 1 Carlos Vieira Race for Autism Chevrolet 54 200 Running 37 30 07 Candice Muzny West Coast Chopper/Arrow Wrecker Service 53 200 Running 38 34 18 Jimmy Sloane Performance Utility Supply Ford 53 200 Running 39 2 51 Ryan Kaplan Justice Brothers/Racecar Factory Chevrolet 50 200 Accident 40 4 2 Mark Holeman Selco Heating & Airconditioning Chevrolet 50 200 Accident 41 23 75 Scott Rueschenberg Zotes/Elite Care/GAT/Desert Mountain Medical 47 200 Running 42 15 3 Richie Altman Drive Tech Racing School/Finish Line 40 200 Accident 43 3 8 Miles Copenhaver Welding Unlimited Inc/PCM Motorsports Ford 33 200 Running 44 11 61 Marty Wallace Hooters Resort Casino Chevrolet 16 200 Electrical 45 44 4 Sean Bennett Bennet Excavation Dodge 15 200 Running 46 46 0 Gary Glenn G. Glenn Plastering/Orangevale Meat Shoppe 13 200 Battery 47 7 19 George Ruark Performance Utility Supply Chevrolet 3 200 Ignition Fastest Qualifier: None - Field set per entry blank Failed to Qualify: (1) Terry Henry (#27). Time of Race: 0 hrs., 36 mins, 10 secs Average Speed: 45.622 mph Margin of Victory: Under Caution Caution Flags: Laps 1-5; 28-37; 40-43; 46-49; 51-55. 5 for 28 laps. Lap Leaders: Bobby Hodges 1, Ryan Kaplan 2-5, Bobby Hodges 6-11, Ryan Kaplan 12-50, Andrew Meyers 51-54, Mike Johnson 55. Total Laps Led: Ryan Kaplan 43, Bobby Hodges 7, Andrew Meyers 4, Mike Johnson 1. 5 changes involving 4 drivers.

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2007 K&N Pro Series Results Official Results for the NASCAR TOYOTA ALL-STAR SHOWDOWN - 10/20/2007 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 201 K - 250L - 125 M Purse: $417,980 Fin Str Car Driver Team Laps Total Award Status 1 2 20 Joey Logano* Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 250 $33,284 Running 2 9 83 Peyton Sellers Strutmasters.com Chevrolet 250 22,684 Running 3 3 9 Mike Duncan Lucas Oil/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 250 17,000 Running 4 6 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Resort Chevrolet 250 16,184 Running 5 10 48 Eddie MacDonald Grimm and Nemo Chevrolet 250 13,530 Running 6 5 16 Brian Ickler NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet 250 12,000 Running 7 25 62 Eric Holmes Paul Oil Co. Chevrolet 250 8,000 Running 8 28 61 Mike Olsen Fadden Chevrolet 250 12,434 Running 9 33 63 John Salemi Express Sign & Graphics Chevrolet 250 14,684 Running 10 13 21 David Mayhew Golden Gate Petroleum/RCR Chevrolet 250 9,250 Running 11 21 50 Eric Richardson Green Frog Roasting Co.com Toyota 250 10,000 Running 12 19 22 Jason Bowles* Sunrise Ford Ford 250 9,500 Running 13 16 03 Rogelio Lopez Telmex/Lucas Oil Chevrolet 250 10,684 Running 14 15 2 Mike David Bennett Lane Winery Ford 250 8,500 Running 15 11 8 Johnny Borneman Twisted X Boots/Red Line Oil Ford 250 8,000 Running 16 31 1 Jim Inglebright Jelly Belly Chevrolet 250 8,300 Running 17 20 71 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 250 7,700 Running 18 29 52 Jamie Hayes* National Guard Chevrolet 250 9,284 Running 19 18 93 Ben Walker CMJ Racing, Inc. Ford 249 4,550 Running 20 30 88 Alex Haase* Star Nursery/Kyle Busch Mtrspts Chevrolet 248 7,500 Running 21 36 77 Greg Pursley Performance Motorsports Ford 248 5,400 Running 22 27 5 Eric Hardin Alta Dena Dairy Chevrolet 247 7,300 Running 23 24 4 Andrew Myers Toyota of Escondido/NEO Chevrolet 243 5,250 Accident 24 8 81 Brett Thompson Pets Best/VaCom Technologies Chevrolet 243 7,200 Accident 25 7 65 Ryan Foster A&S Metals/Joiner Mtrspts Chevrolet 242 7,150 Running 26 38 6 Woody Pitkat Davidson Co. Chevrolet 236 6,254 Running 27 4 18 Marc Davis* Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet 231 8,784 Running 28 22 66 Justin Lofton Lofton Cattle/Eibach/Klotz/Cometic Ford 214 7,100 Running 29 35 96 Mike Johnson Johnson Lumber Co. Ford 212 8,630 Rear End 30 39 28 Chris Bristol Aqua Heath/Sears Mx Chevrolet 208 9,784 Running 31 40 12 Antonio Perez Raintree Vacation/Telcel Dodge 189 9,734 Running 32 12 29 Nick Lynch Mr. Gas/Rockstar Dodge 176 4,000 Accident 33 34 78 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Chevrolet 155 7,000 Accident 34 23 54 Tim Woods, III Chino Hills Ford Ford 139 4,000 Engine 35 37 25 Ryan Philpott Pacific Motorsports Ford 129 5,000 Suspension 36 1 44 Sean Caisse Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet 74 11,684 Accident 37 17 46 Jeff Barkshire Centennial Batteries Dodge 60 4,000 Suspension 38 14 3 Stephen Berry Liberty University Chevrolet 45 7,530 Accident 39 26 09 Andrew Ranger Wal-Mart/Tide Chevrolet 31 7,530 Accident 40 32 37 Michelle Theriault* Glock Inc. Chevrolet 28 8,684 Accident Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped to the rear of the field for the reasons indicated: No. 61 Mike Olsen (unapproved impound adjustments), No. 2 Mike David (unapproved impound adjustments). Fastest Qualifier: Sean Caisse, Time: 18.271 Seconds, Speed: 98.517 MPH Failed to Qualify: (11) Rick Wall (#42), Candace Muzny (#01), Jamie Dick (#84), Thomas Martin (#85), Todd Souza (#13), Scott Bouley (#26), Jason Gilbert (#14), Darrell Midgley (#90), David Ross (#57), Jason Noll (#95), Ryan Black (#04). Time of Race: 2 hrs., 2 mins, 39 secs Average Speed: 61.150 mph Margin of Victory: .337 Seconds AERO EXHAUST LAP LEADER AWARD: Joey Logano, 20 Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet BUSCH/BUD POLE AWARD: Sean Caisse, 44 Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED (EAST): John Salemi, 63 Express Sign & Graphics Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED (WEST): Jim Inglebright, 1 Jelly Belly Chevrolet POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: John Salemi, 63 Express Sign & Graphics Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Joey Logano, 20 Joe Gibbs Driven Chevrolet Caution Flags: Laps 13-16; 31-38; 44-48; 76-81; 100 (break); 112-116; 159-163; 180-184; 191-196; 200 (break); 233-237; 239-243; 244248. 13 for 61 laps. Lap Leaders: Sean Caisse 1-74, Mike Duncan 75-154, Brian Ickler 155-163, Joey Logano 164-250. Total Laps Led: Joey Logano 87, Mike Duncan 80, Sean Caisse 74, Brian Ickler 9. 3 changes involving 4 drivers. * Denotes Sunoco Rookie of the Race Contender

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2007 Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model Results Official Race Results For The Toyota All-Star Showdown Super Late Model "150" - 10/20/2007 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 120 K - 150L - 75 M Pos. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

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No. 13 12 9 25 32 17 5 43 50 47 10 79 37 91 67 95 4 35 19 2 57 93 22 70 7 21 41 75 11 9 34 2 81 56 3 52 38 40 66 90

Name Greg Pursley Rip Michaels Dan Moore Scott Dodd Andrew Allen Charlie Wahl Travis Thirkettle Van Knill Johnny White Derek Becker Mark Perry Gary Jenkins Keith Spangler Steve Rogers Scott Conaway Johnny Borneman Greg Voigt Kris Terris George Ruark Michael Egurola David Ross Brett Edwards David Mayhew Kevin Thompson Andrew Phipps Jason Patison David Quartero Tony Jackson Dan O'Donnell Thane Alderman Kevin Woods Cole Whitt Brian Jones Ron Esau Matt Jaskol Charles Price Rickey McCray Jr. Ryan Becker Alex Haase Ron Norman

Laps 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 148 148 148 148 147 136 136 126 124 117 110 100 96 96 95 93 93 92 87 68 66 36 31

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2006 K&N Pro Series Results Official Results for the NASCAR TOYOTA ALL-STAR SHOWDOWN - 10/21/2006 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 120 K - 150L - 75 M Purse: $303,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Str 6 27 10 12 1 8 5 15 9 4 22 14 25 20 26 17 13 19 7 23 29 30 11 21 16 2 28 24 3 18

Car 40 44 2 33 20 54 16 45 00 8 22 88 18 1 6 9 84 01 62 15 12 30 3 75 61 4 77 99 66 96

Driver Matt Kobyluck Sean Caisse Mike David Tracy Gordon Brian Ickler* Tim Woods III Peyton Sellers* Brian Hoar Scott Gaylord Johnny Borneman John Freeman Austin Cameron Eric Hardin* Jim Inglebright Kip Stockwell Mike Duncan Dion Ciccarelli* Charles Lewandoski Eric Holmes John Salemi Ruben Pardo* Jeff Anton Joey McCarthy Jack Sellers Mike Olsen Andrew Myers Steve Portenga Bryon Chew Justin Lofton* Mike Johnson

Team Mohegan Sun Chevrolet Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet Bennet Lane Winery Ford Woodworks/Archer Corp. Ford McMillin Homes/NAPAFilters.com Chevrolet Chino Hills Ford Ford NAPA/NAPA Belts & Hoses Chevrolet Goss Dodge Dodge Oliver Gravity Separators Chevrolet Red Line Oil Ford SuperCuts/Family Dollar Dodge RaceCarFans.com Chevrolet DSN-TV/Hardin GMC-Honda Chevrolet Jelly Belly Chevrolet Sabil & Sons / Eastseries.com Chevrolet Lucas Oil Chevrolet Jamerson Motorsports Ford Westco Race Cars Chevrolet Sunoco Race Fuels/Paul Oil Chevrolet Waste Management Chevrolet Movida/Family Dollar Dodge Engineered Floors Inc. Chevrolet Beach Club Ices Chevrolet Aramark Pontiac Little Trees Chevrolet Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet King Taco Ford Buzz Chew Auto Group Chevrolet Bob Lofton Cattle Feeding Investments Johnson Lumber Ford

Laps 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 149 149 148 147 147 147 126 46 13 13 13 13

Total Award $30,000 21,000 13,300 14,000 11,750 10,500 10,000 11,500 9,000 8,500 10,500 8,000 7,500 7,250 9,000 6,500 8,500 8,500 6,800 8,500 8,000 8,000 8,000 6,000 8,000 6,500 6,000 8,000 6,000 8,000

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SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE (WEST): Brian Ickler*, 20 McMillin Homes/NAPAFilters.com Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE (EAST): John Freeman*, 22 SuperCuts/Family Dollar Dodge BUD POLE #1: Brian Ickler*, 20 McMillin Homes/NAPAFilters.com Chevrolet BUD POLE #2: Andrew Myers, 4 Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER #1: Eric Holmes, 62 Sunoco Race Fuels/Paul Oil Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER #2: Mike David, 2 Bennett Lane Winery Ford POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE: Sean Caisse, 44 Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet Caution Flags: N/A. Lap Leaders: Brian Ickler 1-20, Matt Kobyluck 21-68, Brian Ickler 69-101, Matt Kobyluck 102, Eric Holmes 103-124, Sean Caisse 125-139, Matt Kobyluck 141-150. Total Laps Led: Matt Kobyluck 59, Brian Ickler 53, Eric Holmes 22, Sean Caisse 15. 6 changes involving 4 drivers. *Sunoco Rooke of the Race Contender

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2005 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown - 11/12/2005 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 120 K - 150L - 75 M Purse: $303,000 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

Str 8 10 6 2 31 12 5 3 16 23 28 29 26 11 27 25 15 30 19 21 14 13 9 18 22 20 4 24 7 17 1

Car 88 40 74 5 00 44 16 8 81 18 20 14 51 2 15 30 71 6 7 55 54 77 9 63 0 23 96 09 17 99 61

Driver David Gilliland Matt Kobyluck Ryan Moore Sean Caisse * Scott Gaylord Andy Santerre Steve Portenga Joey McCarthy Brett Thompson Johnny Borneman Sarah Fisher * Andrew Myers * Rick Ruzbarsky Mike David Jack Sellers Jeff Anton Daryl Harr Kip Stockwell Tim Smith * Mike Stefanik Tim Woods, III Eddie MacDonald Mike Duncan John Salemi * Joe Masessa Andrew Lewis * Mike Johnson Takuma Koga Dale Shaw Bryon Chew Mike Olsen

Team RaceCarFans.com Chevrolet Mohegan Sun Chevrolet R.C. Moore Transportation Chevrolet Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet Oliver Gravity Separators Chevrolet Castle Packs Power Chevrolet NAPA / NAPA Belts & Hoses Chevrolet Techair / Amsoil / RV Tech Chevrolet Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet Borneman Plastering / Red Line Oil Ford Bennett Lane Winery Ford Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet Pentair / Alfred Matthews Chevrolet Bennett Lane Winery Ford Aramark Pontiac Prime Media Chevrolet Westworld Computers Chevrolet Sabil & Sons / Randolph National Bank King Taco Ford Burnham Boilers Chevrolet Chino Hills Ford Ford One Stop Toy Shop Chevrolet Lucas Oil Chevrolet John Salemi Racing Pontiac NJ Dermatology Center Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet Johnson Lumber Ford Goodyear Chevrolet Waste Management Chevrolet Buzz Chew Auto Group Chevrolet Little Trees Chevrolet

Laps 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 149 148 144 138 138 133 128 128 127 126 107 103 91 89 150

Total Award Status $27,300 Running 21,000 Running 16,000 Running 15,750 Running 11,000 Running 13,500 Running 9,300 Running 12,500 Running 8,000 Running 7,500 Running 7,500 Running 7,000 Running 6,500 Running 6,250 Running 6,000 Running 9,500 Running 5,500 Running 9,500 Running 5,500 Running 9,500 Running 5,000 Overheating 9,000 Accident 5,000 Running 9,000 Running 9,000 Accident 5,000 Accident 9,000 Axle 5,000 Running 9,000 Engine 9,000 Radiator 9,500 Running

BUD POLE AWARD #1: Mike Olsen, 61 Little Trees Chevrolet BUD POLE AWARD #2: Sean Caisse *, 5 Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet BUSCH NORTH SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Sean Caisse *, 5 Casella Waste Systems Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD #1: Steve Portenga, 16 NAPA / NAPA Belts & Hoses Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD #2: David Gilliland *, 88 RaceCarFans.com Chevrolet POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE: Scott Gaylord, 00 Oliver Gravity Separators Chevrolet WEST SERIES SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Sarah Fisher *, 20 Bennett Lane Winery Ford Caution Flags: Laps 26-29; 33-36; 63-66; 90-96; 100 (break); 105; 114; 127; 129; 133; 134; 138; 145. 13 for 28 laps (caution laps not counted after lap-100 break). Lap Leaders: Sean Caisse * 1, Mike Olsen 2, Sean Caisse * 3-35, Ryan Moore 36-66, David Gilliland * 67-103, Ryan Moore 104, David Gilliland * 105-106, Ryan Moore 107-134, David Gilliland * 135, Mike Stefanik 136, David Gilliland * 137, Mike Olsen 138, David Gilliland * 139, Mike Olsen 140-150. Total Laps Led: Ryan Moore 60, David Gilliland * 42, Sean Caisse * 34, Mike Olsen 13, Mike Stefanik 1. 14 changes involving 5 drivers. * Denotes Sunoco Rookie of the Race Contender

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2004 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown - 11/13/2004 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, Calif. - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 120 K - 150L - 75 M Purse: $304,140 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Str 24 26 7 13 9 5 15 11 14 6 25 29 23 3 22 30 18 19 4 21 20 28 8 1 12 17 10 2 27 16

Car 96 40 64 9 15 47 61 45 99 32 71 10 54 08 2 02 06 74 81 20 17 75 16 88 1 3 00 6 77 55

Driver Mike Johnson Matt Kobyluck Joey McCarthy Mike Duncan Bobby Dragon Kelly Moore Mike Olsen Brian Hoar Bryon Chew Dale Quarterley Daryl Harr * Jamie Aube Tim Woods, III Scott Lynch Mike David Carl Harr * Ryan Seaman * Ryan Moore Brett Thompson Kerry Earnhardt Jose Luis Ramirez * Jack Sellers Austin Cameron David Gilliland * Eddie MacDonald Sean Woodside Scott Gaylord Andy Santerre Nick DeFazio * Mike Stefanik

Team Johnson Lumber Ford Mohegan Sun Chevrolet TrimSpa Chevrolet Lucas Oil Chevrolet Waste Management Chevrolet NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet Little Trees Chevrolet Goss Dodge Dodge Sta-Rite Pumps Chevrolet Bully Hill Vineyards Chevrolet WestWorld Motorsports Chevrolet One Stop Toy Shop Chevrolet Chino Hills Ford Ford Yerf-Dog / The Orleans Dodge Bennett Lane Winery Ford WestWorld Motorsports Chevrolet Camburn Electric Chevrolet R.C. Moore Transportation Chevrolet NASCAR Select NAPA Filters Chevrolet Bass Pro Shops / Ferris Industries Chevrolet King Taco / Del Valle Ford Greyhound Adoption Center Pontiac NAPA / NAPA Belts & Hoses Chevrolet RaceCarCeilingFans.com Chevrolet Stilian Electric Ford Bone Marrow Donor Pontiac Oliver Gravity Separators Chevrolet Aubuchon Hardware Chevrolet Auto Marine Engineering / King Taco Ford Burnham Boilers Chevrolet

Laps 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 149 149 149 149 149 149 148 148 147 124 122 122 121 121 119 102 102 102 101 41 13 11 7

Total Award Status $31,000 Running 22,000 Running 16,000 Running 11,000 Running 14,000 Running 13,500 Running 13,000 Running 12,500 Running 12,000 Running 11,500 Running 7,500 Running 11,000 Running 6,500 Running 6,250 Running 6,000 Running 5,500 Running 9,750 Running 9,500 Accident 5,500 Accident 5,500 Accident 5,000 Accident 5,000 Running 5,000 Accident 5,650 Accident 9,000 Accident 5,000 Running 5,000 Accident 9,650 Transmission 5,000 Transmission 9,000 Rear End

Time of Race: 1 hrs., 1 mins, 17 secs Average Speed: 73.429 mph Margin of Victory: Under Caution BUD POLE AWARD - 1ST QUALIFYING RACE: David Gilliland *, 88 RaceCarCeilingFans.com Chevrolet BUD POLE AWARD - 2ND QUALIFYING RACE: Andy Santerre, 6 Aubuchon Hardware Chevrolet BUSCH NORTH SERIES AUTO METER ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Ryan Seaman *, 06 Camburn Electric Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED AWARD - 1ST QUAL. RACE: David Gilliland *, 88 RaceCarCeilingFans.com Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED AWARD - 2ND QUAL. RACE: Andy Santerre, 6 Aubuchon Hardware Chevrolet POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE: Matt Kobyluck, 40 Mohegan Sun Chevrolet WEST SERIES AUTO METER ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Daryl Harr *, 71 WestWorld Motorsports Chevrolet Caution Flags: Laps 25-29; 35-38; 43-47; 51-53; 58-63, 101. 6 for 24 laps. Lap Leaders: David Gilliland * 1-2, Andy Santerre 3-12, David Gilliland * 13-101, Mike Johnson 102-150. Total Laps Led: David Gilliland * 91, Mike Johnson 49, Andy Santerre 10. 3 changes involving 3 drivers. * Denotes Auto Meter Rookie of the Race Contender

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2003 K&N Pro Series Results Official Race Results For the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown - 11/8/2003 Irwindale Speedway - Irwindale, Calif. - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 120 K - 125L â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 62.5 M Purse: $273,540 Fin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Str 13 2 5 3 23 7 1 6 8 17 4 15 11 16 12 9 10 22 27 24 20 26 21 29 28 14 18 19 25 30

Car 16 6 3 9 55 17 22 74 47 45 61 40 81 20 8 77 9 11 5 85 12 19 15 0 27 32 96 8 1 7

Driver Austin Cameron Andy Santerre Mark Reed Bryon Chew Mike Stefanik Eddie MacDonald Joey McCarthy Ryan Moore Kelly Moore Brian Hoar Mike Olsen Matt Kobyluck Brett Thompson Jim Inglebright Johnny Borneman Steve Portenga Mike Duncan David Eshleman* Barney McRae Kevin Richards Carey Heath Mark Durgin Jack Sellers Scott Gaylord Bobby Hillis Dale Quarterley Mike Johnson Scott Lynch * Jeff Davis Gene Woods*

Team Chevrolet Chevrolet Pontiac Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Ford Ford Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Ford Dodge Chevrolet Dodge

Laps 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 124 124 124 123 122 108 71 24 15 0

Total Award $26,000 20,350 11,000 14,000 14,000 12,500 12,350 11,750 11,000 10,500 10,250 10,000 5,500 5,250 5,000 4,500 4,500 4,750 8,500 4,500 8,000 8,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 8,000 8,000 4,000 4,000 4,000

Status Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Running Accident Accident Accident Engine Engine

Time of Race: 1 hrs., 17 mins, 45 secs BUD POLE AWARD - 1ST QUALIFYING RACE: Joey McCarthy, 22 TrustCompany Bank Chevrolet BUD POLE AWARD - 2ND QUALIFYING RACE: Andy Santerre, 6 Aubuchon Hardware Chevrolet BUSCH NORTH SERIES RAYBESTOS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Ryan Moore *, 74 Camburn Electric Chevrolet POWERADE POWER MOVE OF THE RACE: Mike Stefanik, 55 Burnham Boilers Chevrolet WEST SERIES RAYBESTOS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: David Eshleman *, 11 Cardenas Markets/Rush Truck Ctr Chevrolet Caution Flags: Laps 11-18; 25-34; 38-39; 60-63; 73-79; 100 (break); 108; 132; 142; 145. 10 for 36 laps (caution laps not counted after lap100 break) Lap Leaders: Mike McCarthy 1-100, Austin Cameron 101-125. Total Laps Led: McCarthy 100, Cameron 25. 1 change involving 2 drivers. * Denotes Raybestos Rookie of the Year Contender

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2003-2006 NASCAR Elite Division Results 2006 Race Results Oct. 21, 2006 1. (6) Tim Schendel, Sparta Wis., 130; 2. (4) Thomas Martin, Auburn Calif., 130; 3. (13) Dan Fredrickson, Elko Minn., 130; 4. (20) Eric Holmes, Escalon Calif., 130; 5. (3) Jim Pettit, II, Prunedale Calif., 130; 6. (10) Wilbur Bruce, Tacoma Wash., 130; 7. (19) David Mayhew, Atascadero Calif., 130; 8. (30) Steve Carlson, West Salem Wis., 130; 9. (29) Brandon Riehl, Boring Ore., 130, $7,000; 10. (11) Jay Sauls, Puyallup. Wash., 130; 11. (12) Garrett Evans, East Wenatchee Wash., 130; 12. (22) Mike Gallegos, Wheat Ridge Colo., 130; 13. (17) Scotty Backman, Parker Colo., 130; 14. (15) Kevin Clark, Colorado Springs Colo., 130; 15. (7) J.R. Norris, Mulga Ala., 130; 16. (35) Mike Longton, Moxee Wash., 130; 17. (8) Dusty Williams, Garden City Ga., 130; 18. (24) Brent Kirchner, LaCrosse Wis., 130; 19. (36) Gary Helton, Sevierville Tenn., 129; 20. (18) Kevin Vernon, Bakersfield Calif., 129; 21. (28) Bruce Yackey, Greeley Colo., 129; 22. (40) Gary Lewis, Bothell Wash., 129; 23. (25) Ted Mickelson, Greer S.C., 129; 24. (27) Mark Kraus, Strattford Wis., 128; 25. (31) Michel Foy, Grayson Ga., 127; 26. (37) B.J. Tidrick, Yakima Wash., 126; 27. (26) Travis Bennett, Ellensburg Wash., 123, Accident; 28. (2) Ryan Lawler, Colleyville Texas, 123, Accident; 29. (1) Eddy McKean, Jerome Idaho, Pontiac, 119; 30. (21) Josh Hamner, Harpersville Ala., 119; 31. (39) Joe Mattress, Zebulon N.C., 118; 32. (34) Chip Brindle, Chatsworth Ga., 111; 33. (5) Rip Michels, San Fernando Calif., 103; 34. (23) Greg Fowler, Erie Colo., 97, Engine; 35. (14) Shane Mitchell, Orondo Wash., 93, Engine; 36. (16) Greg Voigt, Santa Barbara Calif., 77, Accident; 37. (9) Josh Vadnais, White Bear Lake Minn., 74, Engine; 38. (33) Jeff Barkshire, Auburn Wash., 54, Ignition; 39. (32) M K Kanke, Frazier Park Calif., 47, Fuel Pump; 40. (38) Walter Sutcliffe, East Haven Conn., 37.

39. (33) Terry McMahan, Asheville N.C., 34, Accident; 40. (38) Justin Wakefield, Woodstock GA., 0, Did Not Start .

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Nov. 13, 2004 1. (2) Eric Holmes, Escalon Calif., 125; 2. (8) Rip Michels, Mission Hills Calif., 125; 3. (1) Burney Lamar, Bakersfield Calif., 125; 4. (9) Craig Raudman, Bakersfield Calif., 125; 5. (27) Erik Darnell, Beach Park Ill., 125; 6. (12) Jeff Jefferson, Naches Wash., 125; 7. (5) Eddie Hoffman, Wheaton Ill., 125; 8. (20) Kevin Prince, Wilmington N.C., 125; 9. (6) Jason Jefferson, Yakima Wash., 125; 10. (18) Eddy McKean, Jerome Idaho, Pontiac, 125; 11. (3) Doug McCoun, Prunedale Calif., 125; 12. (19) Pete Harding, Surrey B.C., 125; 13. (7) John Bender, Snohomish Wash., 125; 14. (31) Travis Bennett, Ellensburg Wash., 125; 15. (17) Garrett Evans, East Wenatchee Wash., 125; 16. (26) Dusty Williams, Garden City Ga., 125; 17. (35) Jeff Fultz, Cincinnati Ohio, 125; 18. (11) Brian Hoppe, Madison Wis., 125; 19. (29) Justin Diercks, Davenport Iowa, 125; 20. (10) Tim Schendel, Sparta Wis., 125; 21. (23) Justin Wakefield, Woodstock Ga., 125; 22. (24) Ryan Hanson, Beloit Wis., 125; 23. (25) Joe Benedetti, Auburn Wash., 125; 24. (30) Steve Carlson, West Salem Wis., 125; 25. (33) Joe Herold, Poway Calif., 125; 26. (39) A.J. Rhoads, Hastings Minn., 125; 27. (28) Justin Hirt, Tigerton Wis., 125; 28. (34) Jim Pettit, II, Prunedale Calif., 125; 29. (21) Russ Blakeley, Richmond Wis., 125; 30. (36) Gary Lewis, Bothell Wash., 125; 31. (4) Todd Souza, Aromas Calif., 125; 32. (14) Brandon Riehl, Boring Ore., 125; 33. (32) Bryan Roach, Becker Minn., 124; 34. (38) Steven Howard, Roy Wash., 124; 35. (16) Greg Pope, Monroe N.C., 111; 36. (22) Robert Richardson, II, McKinney Tex , 106; 37. (13) Greg Voigt, Santa Barbara Calif., 98; 38. (37) Allen Karnes, Sharpsburg Ga., 99; 39. (40) J.R. Norris, Mulga Ala., 88; 40. (15) Chris Davidson, Pearland Tex., 66.

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2003 Race Results

Nov. 12, 2005 1. (8) Auggie Vidovich, Lakeside Calif., 125; 2. (6) Burney Lamar, Kernersville N.C., 125; 3. (5) M K Kanke, Frazier Park Calif., 125; 4. (10) Eddie Hoffman, Wheaton Ill., 125; 5. (34) Gary Lewis, Bothell Wash., 125; 6. (2) Rip Michels, San Fernando Calif., 125; 7. (12) Chris Davidson, Pearland Tex., 125; 8. (15) Wilbur Bruce, Tacoma Wash., 125; 9. (20) Pete Harding, Surrey B.C., 125; 10. (37) Jim Pettit, II, Prunedale Calif., 125; 11. (22) Greg Voigt, Santa Barbara Calif., 125; 12. (31) Josh Bauer, Random Lake Wis., 125; 13. (35) Robert Richardson, II, 125; 14. (16) Justin Diercks, Davenport Iowa, 125; 15. (11) John Bender, Snohomish Wash., 125; 16. (9) Nick Joanides, Woodland Hills Calif., 125; 17. (24) Dusty Williams, Garden City GA., 124; 18. (25) Dexter Bean, Westby Wis., 124; 19. (14) Jeff Jefferson, Yakima Wash., 124; 20. (30) Greg Pope, Monroe N.C., 123; 21. (32) Greg Fowler, Erie Colo., 123; 22. (7) J.R. Norris, Mulga, Ala., 116, Handling; 23. (17) Steve Carlson, West Salem Wis., 107; 24. (29) Andrew Morrissey, Deforest Wis., 107, Accident; 25. (1) Nick Lynch, Burley Idaho, 107, Accident; 26. (26) Tim Schendel, Sparta Wis., 106, Accident; 27. (23) Brandon Riehl, Boring Ore., 105; 28. (19) Eddy McKean, Jerome Idaho, Pontiac, 98, Accident; 29. (4) Thomas Martin, Auburn Calif., 97, Accident; 30. (21) John Dillon, Boise Idaho, 97; 31. (36) Jeff Bailey, Kennewick Wash., 84, Suspension; 32. (27) Jeff Fultz, Cincinnati Ohio, 83, Rear End; 33. (13) Kevin Prince, Wilmington N.C., 79, Accident; 34. (18) Brent Kirchner, LA Crosse Wis., 74, Accident; 35. (28) Garrett Evans, East Wenatchee Wash., 66, Engine; 36. (3) Greg Pursley, Canyon Country Calif., 37, Accident; 37. (39) Jeff Barkshire, Auburn Wash., 37, Brakes; 38. (40) Eddie Stivers, III, 35, Engine;

Nov. 8, 2003 1. (1) Ron Breese, Jr., DeKalb Ill., 100; 2. (2) Jim Pettit, II, Prunedale Calif., 100; 3. (9) David Gilliland, Riverside Calif., 100; 4. (7) Ryan Hanson, Beloit Wis., 100; 5. (15) Steve Carlson, West Salem Wis., 100; 6. (3) Burney Lamar, Chino Calif., 100; 7. (11) Justin Diercks, Davenport Iowa, 100; 8. (20) Auggie Vidovich, Jr., Lakeside Calif., 100; 9. (4) Jon Lemke, Greenfield Minn., 100; 10. (21) Charlie Bradberry, Chelsea Ala., 100; 11. (23) Tim Schendel, Sparta Wis., 100; 12. (13) Craig Raudman, Bakersfield Calif., 100; 13. (16) Brian Hoppe, Madison Wis., 100; 14. (31) Eric Holmes, Escalon Calif., 100; 15. (12) Chris Hart, Yakima Wash., 100; 16. (22) Eddie Hoffman, Wheaton Ill., 100; 17. (6) Jeremy Lepak, Wausau Wis., 100; 18. (5) Steven Howard, Greer S.C., Pontiac, 100; 19. (35) AJ Frank, Bluffton S.C., 100; 20. (30) Dan Holtz, Pacific Palisades Calif., 100; 21. (25) Jason Hogan, Cleveland Ga., 100; 22. (19) Gary Lewis, Bothell Wash., Pontiac, 100; 23. (28) Steve Belletto, Modesto Calif., 100; 24. (24) JR Patton, Las Cruces N.M., 100; 25. (34) Justin Wakefield, Woodstock Ga., 99; 26. (33) Eddy McKean, Jerome Idaho, Pontiac, 99; 27. (36) John Bender, Snohomish Wash., 99; 28. (39) Jason Jefferson, Yakima Wash., 99; 29. (37) Kevin Hamlin, Snohomish Wash., 99; 30. (27) Johnny Brazier, Lickskillet Ala., 99; 31. (26) Cecil Chunn, Spring Hill Tenn., 99; 32. (40) Joe Benedetti, Auburn Wash., Pontiac, 99; 33. (29) Steven Howard, Roy Wash., 99; 34. (32) Rick Suran, Estacada Ore., Pontiac, 99; 35. (17) Jeff Bailey, Kennewick Wash., 98; 36. (10) Eric Fransen, West Bend Wis., 96; 37. (14) Jeff Fultz, Cincinnati Ohio, 94; 38. (18) Jeff Jefferson, Naches Wash., 84; 39. (38) Dusty Williams, Garden City Ga., 80; 40. (8) Kevin Prince, Wilmington N.C., 51.

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NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown Winners

In The Spotlight Super Late Models and Late Models Share The Headlines Since 2007, the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown has included the Super Late Model Division as part of its weekend of racing. The Late Model Division was added in 2009. Together, they help bring some of the best shorttrack talent to the biggest stage of racing for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

Super Late Model Clockwise, from bottom left, former national champion Greg Pursley won the inaugural race in 2007, while Travis Thirkettle (2009), Rip Michels (2010) and Ryan Partridge (2011) earned victories at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) (Getty Images)

Late Model

Clockwise, from bottom left, Chris Johnson (2009), Tim Huddleston (2010) and Sean Woodside (2011) have driven to Victory Lane in the Late Model event. (Getty Images)

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NASCAR announced in January of 2010 that K&N Engineering, Inc., would become the title sponsor for NASCAR’s top developmental series, formerly known as the NASCAR Camping World Series East and West. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series continues to crown champions through separate schedules on the East and West Coast. The seven-year agreement illustrates NASCAR’s commitment to the grassroots foundation of the sport. “K&N is a company that epitomizes the spirit of NASCAR,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France. “The developmental series are a tremendously integral part of the past, present and future of NASCAR – from the great champions throughout the years to the pipeline of tremendous racers that have made their way up the NASCAR ladder to our national series. Having a company with the dedication to the sport and the automotive industry that K&N does speaks volumes to the importance we place in the series.” The Riverside, Calif.-based K&N Engineering is the inventor and leading innovator of reusable cotton gauze filter technology for automotive applications. K&N, which has grown from a family-run business to a global company, traces its involvement with NASCAR back to the days of supplying parts for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at the old Riverside Speedway. “We are thrilled to be the Official Developmental Series Partner and sponsor of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series,” said Steve Rogers, chief executive officer of K&N Engineering. “Our roots in NASCAR go back to the 1970s and this feels like a partnership long overdue. After supporting grassroots and professional racing for decades, we love the idea of supporting a developmental series that provides great racing excitement while developing the top tier drivers of tomorrow.” K&N made its on-track debut Jan. 29-30 as the series entitlement sponsor at the 2010 NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown – NASCAR’s prestigious postseason event which has earned the moniker of the “Daytona 500 of short-track racing.” K&N, with offices in the U.K. and the Netherlands, continues to exist as a family owned business with an enthusiast mindset and a direct connection with motor sports that carries over throughout all levels of management and manufacturing. Today, K&N exists as both the sales and brand leader for washable performance filters, and maintains a stocking catalogue of over 4,500 part numbers, including an extensive line of factory replacement drop-in air filters, intake systems, Wrench-Off Oil Filters, a complete line of Pro-Series Engine Breather Filters and their new Commercial Grade Heavy Duty Air Filters. Employing over 500 people, K&N has sold performance filters and intake systems to millions of customers for four decades. Based in California within a mile of where the business started, K&N is proud to build their products in the USA and remain true to its founders belief in selling products that perform as promised. K&N's headquarters sit right in the main plant where the air filters are hand-made with good old American quality. Occupying 400,000 square feet in the City of Riverside, K&N is one of the area's largest private employers offering a haven for a performance minded group of individuals dedicated to the ideal that what they build is who they are.

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Special Awards In each NASCAR K&N Pro Series race, drivers compete for several special awards. These awards include the Coors Light Pole Award, the Featherlite Most Improved Driver Award, and the Coca-Cola Move of the Race Award. New series drivers compete for the Sunoco Rookie of the Race Award, while vying for the year-end Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. A summary of 2011 Special Awards and 2010 winners of each award are as follows: COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Presented to the fastest eligible qualifier in each NASCAR K&N Pro Series race. The Coors Light Pole winner for each race will receive $1,600. The driver who wins the most Coors Light Pole Awards during the season will receive a yearend award. • 2010 West award recipient: David Mayhew (pictured) FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Presented to the eligible driver who improves their finishing position the most, compared to the previous series race. The Featherlite Most Improved Driver Award winner for each race will receive $650. The driver who wins the most Featherlite Awards during the season will receive a year-end award. • 2010 West award recipient: Moses Smith COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Presented to the eligible driver who improves the most number of positions from their starting position in each race. The Coca-Cola Move of the Race Award winner in each event will receive $1,500. The driver who wins the most Coca-Cola Awards during the season will receive a year-end award. • 2010 West award recipient: Troy Ermish SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE YEAR AWARD: Sunoco, the official fuel of NASCAR, sponsors a Rookie of the Race Award at each event – as well as the prestigious year-end award, which recognizes the top rookie driver in the series. Eligible drivers collect Sunoco Rookie points at each race and compete under other additional criteria for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. • 2010 West award recipient: Luis Martinez Jr. Additional series sponsors include: ARP Fasteners, Bell Helmets, Cometic Gasket, COMP Cams, Craftsman, CV Products, Edelbrock, Goodyear Tires, Holley Carburetors, JE Pistons, Lunati Cranks, MAHLE Clevite, Mechanix Wear, Mobil 1, MOOG Chassis Parts, MSD Ignition, Quarter Master and Renton Coil Spring.

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Sunoco Rookie of the Year - Luis Martinez Jr. Although Luis Martinez Jr. led the freshman class nearly all season in pursuit of the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, it was not until the final event that he clinched the prestigious title. Martinez, who came into the series with just two previous starts, moved atop the rookie standings after the third race of the year and remained there on the strength of four events in which he was the top finishing rookie. The 20-year-old newcomer from Long Beach, Calif., was as strong on oval tracks as he was on road courses on the circuit. He scored a top-five by finishing fifth in the season opener at the thirdmile oval of All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., and later matched that with a fifth-place finish on the road course of Portland (Ore.) International Raceway in July. Martinez topped those accomplishments by winning the pole and finishing third on the .375-mile oval of Colorado National Speedway in Dacono in August. In addition to taking the top rookie honor, Martinez finished seventh in the overall championship standings â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with three top-five and eight top-10 finishes. Martinez was behind the wheel of the No. 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford for car owner Bob Bruncati. It was the team which Jason Bowles won the rookie title with in 2007 and then went on to win the series championship in 2009. Martinez began his racing career in 2002, competing in go-karts â&#x20AC;&#x201C; where he would go on to win multiple championships. He competed in open-wheel racing in Formula TR Pro Series in 2006 and 2007. Along the way, Martinez attended the Russell Racing School and Skip Barber Advanced Racing School. He then began to focus more attention on NASCAR stock cars, making his debut in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West with two starts in 2008. A year later, he finished fifth in the standings for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Super Late Models at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale

2010 Special Awards Standings Sunoco Rookie of the Year

Coors Light Pole Award

Luis Martinez Michael Self Todd Souza Travis Milburn Troy Ermish Greg Rayl

David Mayhew Greg Pursley Jason Bowles Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes Patrick Long Luis Martinez Jr Andrew Myers

82 79 75 67 61 52

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Troy Ermish Wes Banks Johnathan Hale Paulie Harraka Timmy Hill Gary Lewis David Mayhew Stan Silva Jr Moses Smith Todd Souza

3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Featherlite Most Improved Driver

Wix Lap Leader Award David Mayhew Eric Holmes Patrick Long David Gilliland Jonathon Gomez Luis Martinez Jr. Brett Moffitt Auggie Vidovich

Coca-Cola Power Move of the Race

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Moses Smith Greg Pursley Michael Self Blake Koch Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes Travis Milburn Paul Pedroncelli Jr

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Rookie of the Year (1971-2010) Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award Winners 1971 - Dick Kranzler 1972 - Carl Adams 1973 - Richard White 1974 - Markey James 1975 - Don Puskarich 1976 - Gary Johnson 1977 - Pat Mintey 1978 - Rick McCray 1979 - Tim Williamson 1980 - Don Waterman Rookie Lance Hooper Scott Lynch Derrike Cope Ernie Cope Chad Little Mark Reed Jim Reich Bill Sedgwick Dirk Stephens Tim Williamson Jeff Barkshire Jason Bowles Rick Carelli Mike Chase David Gilliland Gary Johnson Gary Smith Austin Cameron Paulie Harraka Don Puskarich Glen Steurer Jim Bown Doug George Pat Mintey Peyton Sellers Richard White Carl Adams Markey James Dick Kranzler Jason Small Don Waterman Mike David Bob Howard Luis Martinez Jr Billy Jac Shaw Rick McCray Roman Calczynski Mike Duncan Ron Esau Andrew Lewis 52

1981 - Jim Bown 1982 - Jim Reich 1983 - Ron Esau 1984 - Derrike Cope 1985 - Glen Steurer 1986 - Chad Little 1987 - Roman Calczynski 1988 - Bob Howard 1989 - Bill Sedgwick 1990 - Mike Chase Position in Points 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 9 8 9 10

1991 - Billy Jac Shaw 1992 - Rick Carelli 1993 - Dirk Stephens 1994 - Doug George 1995 - Ernie Cope 1996 - Lance Hooper 1997 - Gary Smith 1998 - Austin Cameron 1999 - Jason Small 2000 - Mike Duncan

2001 - Mark Reed 2002 - Mike David 2003 - Scott Lynch 2004 - David Gilliland 2005 - Andrew Lewis 2006 - Peyton Sellers 2007 - Jason Bowles 2008 - Jeff Barkshire 2009 - Paulie Harraka 2010 - Luis Martinez Jr.

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A COMMITMENT TO THE FUTURE AND SAFETY OF THE SPORT The official unveiling of the NASCAR Research and Development Center in January 2003 was a signal to the motorsports world of NASCAR’s unprecedented level of commitment to the future and safety of its sport. It is the first research and development center owned and operated by a sanctioning body of a major motorsports series. The 61,000-square foot NASCAR Research and Development Center, located on 16 acres in Concord, N.C., is a $10 million facility devoted to safety initiatives, enhancing competition and containing costs for its teams. It also is a portion of an investment in excess of $50 million to achieve those objectives over the next decade. “We have always had a commitment to these key initiatives, but as the sport has evolved so has the need for a state-of-the-art facility that possesses all the resources to continually raise the bar in our sport in terms of safety and competition as well as making it cost efficient for our competitors,” NASCAR President Mike Helton said. “The center allows NASCAR endless opportunities to continually enhance and improve the sport for years to come.” The current NASCAR Research and Development Center replaces a smaller, 20,000-square foot building in Conover, N.C. The Conover facility, purchased in July 2000, played a key role in several initiatives, including the incident data recorder program and a composite seat study that led to new seat guidelines. The 16-acre site in Concord was purchased in February 2002 and groundbreaking for the building began two months later. NASCAR hired Yates-Cheitzberg Architects and CM Black Construction Company for the project and the two Concord-based companies teamed up to finish the facility in nine months. The project was completed in December 2002 and officially unveiled to the motorsports community in January 2003. The center is managed by Mike Fisher, who brought more than 16 years of experience in automotive engineering to NASCAR when he was hired in September of 2006. The facility houses 53 offices – including those of NASCAR Vice President of Competition Robin Pemberton, the directors of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – and various departments that allow NASCAR to transform an idea into a finished product in-house. Those departments include computer aided design (CAD) and modeling, engineering, fabrication, CNC/machine shop, prototype shop, CMM precision measurement, powertrain lab, and restrictor plate management. The NASCAR Research and Development Center also houses its accident investigation group, a secured impound room and areas for confiscated parts, parts pending NASCAR approval and parts approved by NASCAR. Also onsite is an energy management development research area outside the building, which allows for low-speed crash testing and analysis. 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

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NASCAR Research & Development Center MICHAEL FISHER Managing Director Mike Fisher brings an extensive background in the automotive engineering and product development field to his position as Managing Director of NASCAR’s Research and Development Center. Since joining NASCAR in 2006, Fisher, 43, and the R&D team have been involved in several key initiatives in the sport including the creation of a seating performance specification, numerous cost control initiatives, and the development of the new NASCAR Nationwide Series race car. Prior to joining NASCAR he worked for 16 years in the automotive industry. After starting his career at General Motors Corporation, he was employed by Lear Corporation for the last 10 years in their Interiors Division. He held several positions with Lear, including his most recent role (2005-2006) as Director of General Motors Truck unit, where he was responsible for leading the commercial and program management activity for Lear’s Interior Division GM Truck business. He also was the Director of Launch Management for the General Motors Group for three years (2002-2005), where he led a team of nine project managers in manufacturing pre-production planning activity from award to launch for 21 different product programs. Fisher also worked two years with Lear’s DaimlerChrysler Division in Ebersberg, Germany, where he led the successful launch of the European PT Cruiser interior components. He served as Platform Director for the Jeep Programs in Rochester Hills, Mich., for three years (1997-2000), where he directed the design, engineering and commercial resources to help resolve quality control issues and develop new products. A Michigan native, Fisher received his B.S. in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan and his MBA from Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Mich. He and his wife, France, have two daughters and reside in Concord, N.C.

NASCAR Research and Development Center: Focal Point in Ongoing Commitment to Safety The NASCAR Research and Development Center, the first of its kind for a sanctioning body of a major racing series, has proven to be an invaluable resource in NASCAR’s ongoing commitment to safety. At any given time, as many as 20 short-term and long-term projects are in varying stages of completion and a priority list determines the amount of resources and time earmarked for that specific task. The projects range from the expansive and long-term new car chassis to immediate solutions such as the gear rule that was implemented prior to the 2006 season. All are designed and implemented in an effort aimed at improving the racing environment for competitors. Below are some of the key ongoing projects and accomplishments in which the NASCAR Research and Development Center and its personnel have been involved: HEAD AND NECK RESTRAINTS NASCAR currently has approved two types of head and neck restraints – the HANS Device and the Hutchens Hybrid device– but continually analyzes other types of restraints, along with a team of medical doctors and biomechanics experts, for possible future approval. SAFER BARRIERS Commonly referred to as “soft” walls because of their impact-absorbing nature, the SAFER system has been installed on all the oval tracks that host the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and on the key areas at the road courses. NASCAR worked with the Indy Racing League and barrier experts at the University of Nebraska, a group led by Dr. Dean Sicking, on the project. It involved the design and custom fitting of SAFER barriers for each oval track. NASCAR and UN-L continuously evaluate new tracks as they are added to the schedules. ENERGY ABSORPTION STUDIES NASCAR continues to evaluate energy absorbing materials and their placement in the vehicle to dissipate the force 54 COMPETITION

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NASCAR Research & Development Center of impacts and provide better protection for the driver. Side impacts propose one of the larger risks to driver safety and are also one of the most frequently seen crash scenarios. Through this testing, NASCAR determined the type of energy management materials it installed between the roll cage door bars and door panels of the new car chassis to help reduce the force of impact. NASCAR R&D efforts continue to focus on the best way to manage energy in all crash situations. COMPUTER MODELING FOR CRASH SIMULATION NASCAR, along with its technical partners, uses LS-DYNA, an industry recognized simulation tool, to evaluate vehicle structures and test safety improvements. The layman’s explanation is that a computer simulation can simulate how the structure of the car behaves during on-track incidents. This information can then be used to guide design changes to improve crashworthiness of the race car. ENERGY MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH AREA NASCAR has constructed an energy management development research area in the rear of the facility for lowspeed crash tests and analysis. The test vehicle “boogie,” which could be described as a four-wheel battering ram equipped with an incident data recorder and high-speed cameras, gives NASCAR the ability to crash test various car pieces and components in-house and analyze the data. INCIDENT DATA BASE NASCAR has constructed a database of on-track incidents to gather valuable information for research on various fronts of its safety initiatives. NASCAR continually updates it each race weekend as on-track incidents occur. CHASSIS PRE-CERTIFICATION Inspection and certification of both the NASCAR Sprint Cup and NASCAR Nationwide Series chassis’ take place at the R&D Center. Since 2006, approximately 1,000 chassis per year have been certified for use in competition. The certification process ensures the correct thickness of metal is being used on the critical safety areas of the car and that the dimensional measurements meet the rule book requirements. Highly trained technicians use both a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and an ultrasonic probe to complete the assessments. SEAT PERFORMANCE DEVELOPMENT Over the course of 2008, in a cooperative financial effort between NASCAR, SFI and seat manufacturers, R&D Center personnel designed and constructed a seat testing fixture to support the development of an SFI seating specification. All of the NASCAR seating suppliers have evaluated their products on the new testing fixture and the new specification SFI 39.1/39.2 has been finalized. This new specification and revised seats will be fully implemented over the course of the 2010 and 2011 seasons as another key safety initiative in the sport. COST MANAGEMENT STUDIES In 2011 the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will continue to implement a number of changes to provide owners opportunities to contain the cost of racing. A revised Goodyear tire leasing program will increase the flexibility teams have in managing tire inventory during and after events. The engine sealing program for the NASCAR Nationwide and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series will be modified to allow more flexibility in the use of previously raced engines. The “dry-break” fuel nozzle system that was optional in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2010, will be implemented across all three national series for 2011. This change eliminates the need for a fuel vent can pit crew member. The R&D Center continues to evaluate costs in all series while investigating cost reduction strategies for the sport across the board. ENGINE DYNOS A new inertial engine dynamometer was installed at the R&D Center in 2008. The design and function of this dyno provides a different way of measuring an engine’s performance throughout its RPM range. The previous dyno measured horsepower and torque of the engine. The new inertial dyno captures these values as well as the natural acceleration properties of the engine. Over the past year, The GRAND-AM Sports Car Series made significant use of the new dyno to assist them in evaluating engines and maintaining a level field of competition. For more information, contact: Kerry Tharp, NASCAR Integrated Marketing Communications, at (704) 720-3115 or ktharp@nascar.com

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Technical Elements

Chevrolet Impala Dodge Challenger Ford Mustang Toyota Camry 2010-11

Chevrolet Impala SS, Monte Carlo & Monte Carlo SS Ford Fusion or Taurus Dodge Charger or Intrepid Toyota Camry * * Spec Engine is only engine eligible for use with Toyota Camry 2004-11

Eligible Models

Chevrolet Impala Dodge Charger Ford Fusion Toyota Camry 2010-11

Engine

Cast Iron 358 cubic inch (max) V8 with aluminum cylinder heads

Cast Iron 360 cubic inch (max) V8 with aluminum cylinder heads

Cast Iron 358 cu inch V8 with aluminum cylinder heads Spec Engine – Aluminum block

Horsepower* Comp Ratio Torque Induction Top Speed Transmission

850 @ 9000 RPM 12:1 550 ft./lb.@ 7500 RPM One 4B Holley Carburetor 200 MPH (est.) 4-speed

650 @ 8200 RPM 12:1 535 ft./lb.@ 6500 RPM One 4B Holley Carburetor 195 MPH (est.) 4-speed

625 @ 8000 RPM 12:1 425 ft/lb@ 7000 RPM One 4B Holley Carburetor 170 MPH (est.) 4-speed

Fuel

Sunoco Green E15; 18-gallon capacity

Sunoco Green E15; 18-gallon capacity

Fuel Type 22-gallon capacity

Front Suspension

Independent coil springs. Upper, lower “A” frames

Independent coil springs. Upper, lower “A” frames

Independent coil springs. Upper, lower “A” frames

Rear Suspension

Trailing arms, coils springs, panhard bar

Trailing arms, coils springs, panhard bar

Trailing arms, coils springs, panhard bar

Chassis

Rectangular steel tubing w/ integral roll cage

Rectangular steel tubing w/ integral roll cage

Height

53.5 inches

50.73inches

Weight

3,450 lbs w/o driver

3,450 lbs w/o driver

Rectangular steel tubing w/ integral roll cage 110-inch wheelbase – 51” (min) for steel body; 105-inch wheelbase – 50.5” (min) for steel body; 110-inch and 105-inch wheelbase – 50.5” (min) for composite body 110-inch wheelbase, 3,250 lbs w/o driver 105-inch wheelbase, 3,300 lbs w/o driver 4.0 inches 57” wide x 5½” high for steel body 58” wide by 6½” high for composite body car 105 or 110 inches Steel 15” x 9.5” 60.5 inches (max)

Front Air Dam 4.5 inches (max.)

2 inches (fixed

Spoiler*

According to NASCAR specifications

64” wide x 4” center

Wheel Base Wheels Tread Width

110 inches Steel 15” x 9.5” 61.5 inches (max)

110 inches Steel 15” x 9.5” 61.5 inches

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Ladder System It takes a special blend of talent, ambition and perseverance to rise to the top levels in NASCAR racing. But there are opportunities everywhere.

FIRST STEP: NASCAR WHELEN ALL-AMERICAN SERIES A network of nearly 60 race tracks across North America comprises the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series – and provides the first step. NASCAR-sanctioned short track races are held on dirt and asphalt tracks of all shapes and sizes. A national championship is awarded, along with U.S. state and Canadian province championships, and track championships. In this locally-based series, many drivers race as a weekend hobby on their hometown tracks, while others move up the ladder. Greg Biffle, Clint Bowyer, Jeff Burton, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Carl Edwards, Denny Hamlin, Travis Kvapil, Bobby Labonte, Jamie McMurray, and Elliott Sadler all began their careers in this series. The series will celebrate its 30th year in 2011. 2010 champion: Keith Rocco THE NEXT LEVEL: REGIONAL SERIES OFFER DRIVER DEVELOPMENT • NASCAR K&N Pro Series, East and West • NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour • NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour For local short track competitors who aspire to reach NASCAR’s three national series – the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series or NASCAR Camping World Truck Series – NASCAR’s regional series are the place to go. These regional series compete on a variety of tracks, providing valuable experience for up-and-coming drivers, while providing special events for local fans. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series, which includes the East and the West, is the top step in NASCAR’s developmental series before drivers make the jump to the three national series. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series race cars are similar to the cars used on the NASCAR Nationwide Series. For NASCAR K&N Pro Series racers, new cost-saving technology makes this division a more costeffective driver development program. An optional “spec” engine was introduced in 2006. It is designed to be powerful and durable, yet is made from a precisely-specified set of components that help to keep engine costs down. A composite body, molded from synthetic materials, is also available as an alternative to expensive sheet metal bodies. These items help teams control costs while providing them the opportunity to advance from their hometown short tracks to the next level. In 2007, the minimum age for the touring series was lowered from 18 to 16, allowing for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series to become a proving ground for drivers signed by NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams to development deals. Many of today’s top drivers established their careers in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, including Trevor Bayne, Austin Dillon, Ricky Carmichael, Brendan Gaughan, Kevin Harvick, Ron Hornaday Jr., Joey Logano, Martin Truex Jr., Ryan Truex and others. It’s a feeder system for NASCAR’s three national series. 2010 Champions: Ryan Truex (NASCAR K&N Pro Series East) and Eric Holmes (NASCAR K&N Pro Series West) COMPETITION

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Ladder System Along with the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, two open-wheel NASCAR Modified series are found on the East Coast. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour traces its roots back to the very first NASCAR race, held in Daytona Beach, Fla. in 1948. Many of the early NASCAR race cars were “modified” and the division evolved from there. Today, these unique race cars remain wildly popular along the Eastern Seaboard. The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour competes across the Northeast while the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour races throughout the Southern states. 2010 Champions: Bobby Santos (NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour) and Burt Myers (NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour) INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT • NASCAR Canadian Tire Series • NASCAR Mexico Series NASCAR announced the addition of two international series in 2007 – the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 and the NASCAR Mexico Series. Both series offer new opportunities for Canada’s and Mexico’s top teams and drivers to showcase their talents in the NASCAR system. The NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, which features cars similar to those used on the former CASCAR Super Series, operates throughout Canada with a schedule from May to October. The series is broadcast on TSN, Canada’s leading sports network. The NASCAR Mexico Series features cars similar to those used in Late Model classes at short tracks in the U.S., with fiberglass composite bodies and spec engines. The series is broadcast in Mexico on Televisa and throughout Central and Latin America on FX and SPEED. 2010 Champions: DJ Kennington (NASCAR Canadian Tire Series) and German Quiroga (NASCAR Mexico Series) ALL-STAR OPPORTUNITY The NASCAR touring and weekly series schedule is highlighted by the postseason NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown. First run in 2003, the annual event has grown into the “Daytona 500 of short-track racing” and has been won by Austin Cameron (2003), Mike Johnson (2004), David Gilliland (2005), Matt Kobyluck (2006 and 2009), Joey Logano (2007 and 2010), and Jason Bowles (2011). The NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown features a 225-lap NASCAR K&N Pro Series race, along with NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model and Late Model races. The first five events were held in the Fall before the showcase was moved to January in 2009. 2011 Champions: Jason Bowles

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Official Fuel and Tire

Sunoco - Official Fuel Sunoco is the largest manufacturer of racing gasoline in the world and has an association with over 40 race-sanctioning bodies. Sunoco produces race fuels for all forms of motorsports and their distribution enables them to effectively provide fuel for events held worldwide. In 2004, Sunoco was chosen by NASCAR to be the Official Fuel of the top three NASCAR Series. However, prior to this agreement, Sunoco possessed a long history in the sport of auto racing. In the late 1960’s, the team of Roger Penske and Mark Donohue competed in several forms of motorsports with Sunoco-sponsored cars. Using Sunoco products, this legendary team went on to win many major events including the 1969 24 Hours of Daytona and the 1972 Indianapolis 500. In addition, this duo succeeded in capturing several sports car championships which included SCAA, Can Am, and the Inaugural Indy Car Race at Pocono Raceway. Sunoco also has some history within NASCAR racing. In 1988, Mike Curb’s racing team acquired a Sunoco sponsorship with California open wheel driver Brad Noffsinger behind the wheel. Following this, Billy Hagan’s team secured the Sunoco sponsorship in 1989 with Sterling Marlin as their driver. In 1991, two-time NASCAR champion Terry Labonte took over the seat of the Hagan’s Sunoco sponsored No.94 car and drove through the 1992 NASCAR season. Today, as the Fuel of NASCAR, every driver, every week in every race in NASCAR's top three series depends on the quality and consistency of Sunoco Fuel. Every gallon of Sunoco 260 GTX Race Fuel is carefully refined in Sunoco's refinery in Marcus Hook, PA and loaded onto a dedicated fleet of Sunoco tankers - each with a driver exclusively making deliveries to racetracks throughout the country. In fact, due to Sunoco's reputation as the leading fuel provider in the racing industry, international demand for Sunoco Race Fuels has also has been steadily increasing. Sunoco, Inc., headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, is a leading manufacturer and marketer of petroleum and petrochemical products. With approximately 825,000 barrels per day of refining capacity, over 4,700 retail sites selling gasoline and convenience items, approximately 6,000 miles of crude oil and refined product-owned and operated pipelines, and 40 terminals, Sunoco is one of the largest independent refiner-marketers in the United States. .

Goodyear - Official Tire Although Goodyear’s racing involvement began in 1901 with Henry Ford, the relationship between NASCAR and Goodyear began in 1954 and continued into 1956 when Goodyear conducted official tire tests for the NASCAR Convertible Series at Darlington Raceway. Goodyear’s first major NASCAR win came in 1959 with Jim Reed’s victory in the Southern 500 at Darlington, S.C. Though much has changed over the years, the goal of improving racing performance has remained the same. Since 1968, every champion in NASCAR’s premier division has used Goodyear tires. Goodyear has been the exclusive tire supplier to NASCAR’s top divisions since 1997. No other brand has won an event in NASCAR’s top series since 1994. Every Goodyear Eagle tire used in NASCAR’s top three series is manufactured in the company’s facility in Akron, Ohio. The tires have constantly evolved, thanks largely to the technology and innovation that have come out of Goodyear’s Technical Center in Akron. The specific Goodyear Eagle tires used each race vary slightly depending on the tire position (left sides or right sides) and the type of track at which it is used. Each tire weighs approximately 24 pounds.

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Car Manufacturers

Chevrolet Chevrolet made its presence known in NASCAR racing for the first time in 1955 with the development of the small-block Chevy engine. Up to that time, the Chevrolet Division of General Motors used only non-competitive 6cylinder engines in their products and these cars were not suitable for racing. Fonty Flock took the first of 651 Chevrolet wins in 1955 at Columbia, S.C. The first superspeedway Chevy win was Herb Thomas’ victory in the 1955 Southern 500 at Darlington, S.C. The brand showed its muscle in 1963 with the development of the fabled “Mystery Engine,” which was the forerunner of the big-block Chevrolet engine of the 1960s and 70s. The team of Junior Johnson and car builder, Ray Fox, were dominant every time they entered an event during the ’63 season. Chevy pulled its support of racing in 1964 and the brand competed only occasionally with independent teams until the early 1970s. Race promoter Richard Howard, car owner Junior Johnson and driver “Chargin’ Charlie Glotzbach brought Chevy back into racing in 1971 with a winning Monte Carlo. Over the last 30-plus years the Chevrolet Lumina, Monte Carlo and most recently, the Impala SS brands have been strong competitors with the Monte Carlo taking the title of the most successful model in NASCAR history. Hendrick Motorsports, Stewart-Haas Racing, Richard Childress Racing and Earnhard-Ganassi Racing are among Chevrolet’s star roster of teams on today’s circuit. The Chevrolet models allowed for the 2011 NASCAR K&N Pro Series season are the Monte Carlo (2004-05), Monte Carlo SS (2006-08) and the Impala SS (2009-11).

Dodge Dodge drivers reached Victory Lane twice in 2010, with both wins being turned in by Kurt Busch – at the first Atlanta race and the Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte. Kurt Busch also won the Sprint All-Star Race in Charlotte. In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Brad Keselowski won the 2010 series championship, giving legendary owner Roger Penske his first NASCAR title. The first Dodge victory in NASCAR’s premier division came in 1953 at West Palm Beach, Fla., with Lee Petty wheeling his Dodge Diplomat to victory. David Pearson won the 1966 championship driving a Cotton Owensprepared Dodge Charger. The Charger was the first car NASCAR allowed to use a rear spoiler. It was found, in 1966, that the short trunk area of the streamlined hardtop would lift under high speed and a small strip of metal was added to the rear deck lid to increase stabilization. The super aerodynamic Dodge Daytona, with its sloped nose and large rear stabilizing wing, was introduced at the inaugural race at Talladega, Ala., in September 1969. Plymouth countered with its 1970 model Superbird. The era of sophisticated factory-based aerodynamics had dawned over stock car racing with Bobby Isaac winning the 1970 championship piloting a Dodge. Richard Petty and his Dodge Charger dominated the 1970s, racking up four championships during the decade. Dodge discontinued its involvement with NASCAR racing in 1977, save for an independent or two. In 2001, faithful Dodge fans were rewarded when Dodge returned to NASCAR. Bill Elliott – driving for car owner Ray Evernham – won the Daytona 500 pole in the brand’s initial outing. In August that same year, Sterling Marlin recorded Dodge’s first win since Nov. 20, 1977 (Neil Bonnett – Ontario, Calif.) at Michigan. The Dodge Charger returned to competition in 2005. Kasey Kahne’s win in the Charger at Richmond International Raceway in May 2005 was the first for a Charger since Bonnett’s 1977 victory. In 2007, Dodge ran the Avenger model in the 16 new car chassis races. In the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, the Intrepid (2004) and Charger (2005-11) are approved models.

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Car Manufacturers

Ford Motor Co. Ford drivers won four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races in 2010, with Greg Biffle and Carl Edwards each reaching Victory Lane two times. Biffle won the second Pocono race and the Chase race at Kansas and finished sixth in the final point standings. Meanwhile, Edwards finished the season on a high note, sweeping the final two races at Phoenix and Homestead-Miami and finished a solid fourth in the championship race. Although Ford had been involved with various forms of auto racing since the early 1900s, they came to NASCAR in the mid-1950s with a factory-backed team headed up by 1925 Indianapolis 500 winner, Pete DePaolo. The team’s drivers consisted of the top talent of the day. John Holman and Ralph Moody took over the team in 1957 and for the next 15 years, the H-M team was considered among the very elite of American stock car racing. David Pearson won back-to-back championships in 1968 and 1969 driving a factory-supported Ford. During this time, factory support was also given to the teams of Banjo Matthews, Jack Bowsher and Junior Johnson, with Bud Moore and Bill Stroppe handling the Mercury division. All were extremely successful. Ford’s Thunderbird was the dominant car on the superspeedways of the mid- to late-1980s. The Ford Taurus was introduced to racing in 1998 and, like the Thunderbird, was a force to reckon with on tracks of all sizes. In 2006, Ford introduced the Fusion as its model for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Today, Ford’s top teams include Roush-Fenway Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports and the famous Wood Brothers. 2003 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth, 2002 NASCAR Nationwide and 2000 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series champion Greg Biffle and 2007 NASCAR Nationwide Series champion Carl Edwards are among Ford’s roster of star drivers. Fords have scored 599 victories in NASCAR’s premier division since Jimmy Florian won at Dayton, Ohio in June 1950. In the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, the Taurus (2004-05) and Fusion (2006-11) are approved models.

Toyota Denny Hamlin paced all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers with eight victories and finished a career-best second in the point standings. Hamlin carried a 15-point lead over Jimmie Johnson into the season finale at Homestead-Miami only to finish the year in second place, trailing Johnson by 39 points. Kyle Busch won three races and finished eighth in the point standings. The other Toyota win was posted by David Reutimann at Chicagoland. NASCAR welcomed Toyota into its premier series in 2007, as Toyota fielded three race teams at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series level. Toyota also began competing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2007, as well, and features its Camry model in both series. With Toyota’s entry into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2007, it meant that all three of NASCAR’s national series now have four manufacturers competing. Toyota claimed its first NASCAR Manufacturers’ Championship in 2006, winning the competition in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Toyota first entered NASCAR racing in 2000, fielding the Celica model in the NASCAR Goody’s Dash Series. The following season, Robert Huffman gave Toyota its first NASCAR victory. In 2003, Huffman gave Toyota its first NASCAR championship by capturing the NASCAR Goody’s Dash title. In 2004, Toyota began competition in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with the Tundra and in the process, became the first new manufacturer in one of NASCAR’s top series in more than 50 years. In seven seasons of NASCAR Camping World Truck Series competition, Tundra drivers have recorded 80 victories. Four of the past six series champions – Ted Musgrave (2005), Todd Bodine (2006, 2009), and Johnny Benson (2008) – have all raced the Toyota Tundra. Toyota drivers visited Victory Lane 17 times in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2010, as Joe Gibbs Racing’s Kyle Busch won a single-season series record 13 times. JGR, Michael Waltrip Racing, and Red Bull Racing are among the top Toyota teams heading into the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season. The 2007-11 model year Camry’s are approved for competition in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. COMPETITION

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Glossary of Racing Terms A Aerodynamics: As applied to racing, the study of airflow and the forces of resistance and pressure that result from the flow of air over, under, and around a moving car. A-frame: Either the upper or lower connecting suspension piece (in the shape of an A) locking the frame to the spindle. Adhesion: The “stick” between two touching objects. Adhesion implies a static condition, while traction implies a dynamic (moving) condition. Air box: Housing for the air cleaner that connects the air intake at the base of the windshield to the carburetor. Air dam: A metal strip that hangs beneath the front grill, often just inches from the ground. The air dam helps provide aerodynamic downforce at the front of the car. Air filter: Paper, gauze, or synthetic fiber element used to prevent dirt particles from entering the engine. Located in the air box. Air pressure: Force exerted by air within a tire, expressed in pounds per square inch (psi). Alternator: A belt-driven device mounted on the front of the engine that recharges the battery while the engine is running. A-post: The post extending from the roofline to the base of the windshield on either side of the car. Apron: The paved portion of a racetrack that separates the racing surface from the (usually unpaved) infield. Axle: Rotating shafts connecting the rear differential gears to the rear wheels. B Ball joint: A ball inside a socket that can turn and pivot in any direction. Used to allow suspension to travel while the driver steers the car. Banking: The sloping of a racetrack, particularly at a curve or corner, from the apron to the outside wall. Degree of banking refers to the height of a track’s slope at its outside edge. Bear grease: Slang term used to describe any patching material used to fill cracks and holes or smooth bumps on a track’s surface. Can also be used as a sealer on the track. Bell housing: A cover, shaped like a bell, that surrounds the flywheel and clutch that connects the engine to the transmission. Bias-ply: Layers of fabric within a tire that are woven in angles. Also used as a term to describe tires made in this manner. Binders: Slang term for a race car’s brakes. Bite: (1) “Round of bite” describes the turning or adjusting of a car’s jacking screws found at each wheel. "Weight jacking" distributes the car’s weight at each wheel. (2) Adhesion of a tire to the track surface. Bleeder valve: A valve in the wheel used to reduce air pressure in tires. Blend line: Line painted on the track near the apron and extending from the pit road exit into the first turn. When leaving the pits, a driver must stay below it to safely “blend” back into traffic. Blister: An overheating of the tread compound resulting in bubbles on the tire surface. Blown motor: Major engine failure, for instance, when a connecting rod goes through the engine block. Usually produces a lot of smoke and steam. Bodywork: The fabricated sheet metal that encloses the chassis. Bore: Pistons travel up and down within each cylinder, or bore, in the engine block. B-post: Post extending from the roofline to the base of window behind the driver’s head. Brake caliper: The part of the braking system that, when applied by the driver, clamps the brake disk/rotor to slow or stop the car. C Camber: The amount a tire is tilted in or out from vertical. Described in degrees, either positive or negative. Cam shaft: A rotating shaft within the engine that opens and closes the intake and exhaust valves in the engine. Carburetor: A device connected directly to the gas pedal and mounted on top of the intake manifold that controls the air-fuel mixture going to the engine. Chassis: The steel structure or frame of the car. Chute: A racetrack straightaway Compound: A formula or “recipe” of rubber composing a particular tire. Different tracks require different tire compounds. “Left-side” tires are considerably softer than “right-side” tires, and it’s against the rules to run left sides on the right. There are four basic components: rubber polymers, carbon blacks, oils and curatives. 62

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Glossary of Racing Terms Compression ratio: Amount that the air-fuel mixture is compressed as the piston reaches the top of the bore. The higher the compression, the more horsepower produced. Contact patch: The portion of the tire that makes contact with the racing surface. The size of each tire’s contact patch changes as the car is driven. Cowl: A removable metal scoop at the base of the windshield and rear of the hood that directs air into the air box. C-post: The post extending from the roofline of a race car to the base of the rear window to the top of the deck lid. Crank case: The area of the engine block that houses the crankshaft. Crank shaft: The rotating shaft within the engine that delivers the power from the pistons to the flywheel, and from there to the transmission. Cubic-inch displacement: The size of the engine measured in cubic inches. Cut tire: A slice or puncture of the tread or sidewall due to high speed contact with debris on the race track or by contact with part of another race car. Cylinder head: Made of aluminum, it is bolted to the top of each side of the engine block. Cylinder heads hold the valves and spark plugs. Passages through the heads make up the intake and exhaust ports. D Deck lid: Slang term for the trunk lid of a race car. Dirty air: Aerodynamic term for the turbulent air currents caused by fast moving cars that can cause a particular car to lose control. Donuts: Slang term for black, circular, dent-line marks on the side panels of stock cars, usually caused after rubbing against other cars at high speed. Downforce: A combination of aerodynamic and centrifugal forces. The more downforce, the more grip your car has. But more downforce also means more drag, which can rob a race car of speed. Draft: Slang term for the aerodynamic effect that allows two or more cars traveling nose-to-tail to run faster than a single car. When one car follows another closely, the one in front cuts through the air, providing a cleaner path of air, that is, less resistance, for the car in back. Drafting: The practice of two or more cars, while racing, to run nose-to-tail, almost touching. The lead car, by displacing the air in front of it, creates a vacuum between its rear end and the nose of the following car, actually pulling the second car along with it. Drag: The resistance a car experiences when passing through air at high speeds. A resisting force exerted on a car parallel to its airstream and opposite in direction to its motion. Drive shaft: A steel tube that connects the transmission of a race car to the rear end housing. Dyno: Shortened term for "dynamometer," a machine used to measure an engine's horsepower. E Engine block: An iron casting from the manufacturer that envelopes the crankshaft, connecting rods, and pistons. Equalized: When the inner liner of a tire loses air pressure and that pressure becomes the same as that within the outer tire, creating a vibration. The inner shield should have a higher PSI than the outer tire. Esses: Slang term used for a series of acute left- and right-hand turns on a road course, one turn immediately following another. F Fabricator: A person who specializes in creating the sheet metal body of a stock car. Most teams employ two or more. Factory: A term designating the “Big Three” auto manufacturers: General Motors (GM), Ford, and Daimler Chrysler. The “factory days” refer to the periods in the 1950s and ’60s when the manufacturers actively and openly provided sponsorship money and technical support to some race teams. Fan: An electrically or mechanically driven device that is used to pull air through the radiator or oil cooler. Heat is transferred from the hot oil or water in the radiator to the moving air. Firewall: A solid metal plate that separates the engine compartment from the driver’s compartment of the race car. Flat-out: Slang term for racing a car as fast as possible under the given weather and track conditions. Flywheel: A heavy metal rotating wheel that is part of the race car’s clutch system, used to keep elements such as the crank shaft turning steadily. Four-barrel: A type of carburetor. Frame: The metal “skeleton” or structure of a race car on which the suspension parts and roll cage are mounted. Also referred to as a “chassis.” COMPETITION

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Glossary of Racing Terms Front clip: Beginning at the firewall, the frontmost section of a race car. Holds the engine and its associated electrical, lubricating, and cooling apparatus; and the braking, steering, and suspension mechanisms. Front steer: A race car in which the steering components are located ahead of the front axle. Fuel: Also known as “gasoline.” Fuel cell: A holding tank for a race car’s supply of gasoline. Consists of a metal box that contains a flexible, tearresistant bladder and foam baffling. A product of aerospace technology, it’s designed to eliminate or minimize fuel spillage. Fuel pump: A device that pumps fuel from the fuel cell through the fuel line into the carburetor. G Gasket: A thin material, made of paper, metal, silicone, or other synthetic materials, used as a seal between two similar machined metal surfaces such as cylinder heads and the engine block. Gauge: An instrument, usually mounted on the dashboard, used to monitor engine conditions such as fuel pressure, oil pressure, and temperature, water pressure and temperature, and RPM (revolutions per minute). Gears: Circular, wheel shaped parts with teeth along the edges. The interlocking of these two mechanisms enables on to turn the other. Greenhouse: The upper area of the race car that extends from the base of the windshield in the front, the tops of the doors on the sides, and the base of the rear window in the back. Includes all of the A, B and C pillars, the entire glass area and the car’s roof. Groove: Slang term for the best route around the racetrack; the most efficient or quickest way around the track for a particular driver. The “high groove” takes a car closer to the outside wall for most of a lap, while the "low groove" takes a car closer to the apron than the outside wall. Road racers use the term “line." Drivers search for a fast groove, and that has been known to change depending on track and weather conditions. H Harmonic balancer: An element used to reduce vibrations in the crankshaft, located on front of engine. Handling: Generally, a race car’s performance while racing, qualifying, practicing. How a car “handles" is determined by its tires, suspension geometry, aerodynamics, and other factors. Hauler: The 18-wheel tractor-trailer rig that teams use to transport two race cars, engines, tools, and support equipment to the racetracks. Cars are stowed in the top section, while the bottom floor is used for work space. Heat cycle: Each time a tire is raised to operating temperature is a heat cycle. High heat: Above normal (260 degrees Fahrenheit) tire temperature. Horsepower: A measurement of mechanical or engine power. Measured in the amount of power it takes to move 33,000 pounds one foot in a minute. I Ignition: An electrical system used to ignite the air-fuel mixture in an internal combustion engine. Intake manifold: A housing that directs the air-fuel mixture through the port openings in the cylinder heads. Intermediate track: Term describing a racetrack one mile or more, but less than two miles, in length. Interval: The time-distance between two cars. Referred to roughly in car lengths, or precisely in seconds. J Jet: When air is sent at a high velocity through the carburetor, jets direct the fuel into the airstream. Jets are made slightly larger to make a richer mixture or slightly smaller to make a more lean mixture, depending on track and weather conditions. L Lapped traffic: Cars that have completed at least one full lap less than the race leader. Lead lap: The lap that the race leader is currently on. Line: See Groove Loading: Weight at a given tire position on a car due to aerodynamics, vehicle weight and lateral G-forces in a turn. Loose: Also known as “oversteer.” When the rear tires of the car have trouble sticking in the corners. This causes the car to “fishtail” as the rear end swings outward during turns. A minor amount of this effect can be desirable on certain tracks. Loose stuff: Debris such as sand, pebbles, or small pieces of rubber that tend to collect on a track’s apron or near the outside wall during a race. 64

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Glossary of Racing Terms Lug nuts: Large nuts applied with a high-pressure air wrench to wheel during a pit stop to secure the tires in place. All NASCAR cars use five lug nuts on each wheel, and penalties are assessed it a team fails to put all five on during a pit stop. M Magnaflux: Short for “magnetic particle inspection.” A procedure for checking all ferrous (steel) parts (suspension pieces, connecting rods, cylinder heads, etc.) for cracks and other defect utilizing a solution of metal particles and fluorescent dye and a black light. Surface cracks will appear as red lines. Marbles: Excess rubber build-up above the upper groove on the racetrack. Also known as loose stuff. N Neutral: A term drivers use when referring to how their car is handling. When a car is neither loose nor pushing (tight). O Oil pump: This device pumps oil to lubricate all moving engine parts. P Piston: A circular element that moves up and down in the cylinder, compressing the air-fuel mixture in the top of the chamber, helping to produce horsepower. Pit road: The area where pit crews service the cars. Generally located along the front straightaway, but because of space limitations, some racetracks sport pit roads on both the front and back straightaways. Pit Stall: The area along pit road that is designated for a particular team’s use during pit stops. Each car stops in the team’s stall before being serviced. Pole position: Slang term for the foremost position on the starting grid, awarded to the fastest qualifier. Post-entry (PE): A team or driver who submits an entry blank for a race after the deadline for submission has passed. A post-entry receives no driver or owner points. Push: See Tight Q Quarter-panel: The sheet metal on both sides of the car from the C-post to the rear bumper below the deck lid and above the wheel well. R Rear clip: The section of a race car that begins at the base of the rear windshield and extends to the rear bumper. Contains the car’s fuel cell and rear suspension components. Restart: The waving of the green flag following a caution period. Restrictor plate: A thin metal plate with four holes that restrict airflow from the carburetor into the engine. Used to reduce horsepower and keep speeds down. The restrictor plates are currently used at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway, the two biggest and fastest tracks in NASCAR. Ride height: The distance between the car’s frame rails and the ground. RPM: Short for revolutions per minute, a measurement of the speed of the engine’s crankshaft. Roll cage: The steel tubing inside the race car’s interior. Designed to protect the driver from impacts or rollovers, the roll cage must meet strict NASCAR safety guidelines and are inspected regularly. Round: Slang term for a way of making chassis adjustments utilizing the race car’s springs. A wrench is inserted in a jack bolt attached to the springs, and is used to tighten or loosen the amount of play in the spring. This in turn can loosen or tighten up the handling of a race car. S Scuffs: Slang term for tires that have been used at least once and saved for further racing. A lap or two is enough to “scuff” them in. Most often used in qualifying Setup: Slang term for the tuning and adjustments made to a race car’s suspension before and during a race. Short track: Racetracks that are less than a mile in length. Slick: A track condition where, for a number of reasons, it’s hard for a car’s tires to adhere to the surface or get a good “bite.” A slick racetrack is not necessarily wet or slippery because of oil, water, etc. COMPETITION

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Glossary of Racing Terms Slingshot: A maneuver in which a car following the leader in a draft suddenly steers around it, breaking the vacuum; this provides an extra burst of speed that allows the second car to take the lead. See Drafting. Splash and Go: A quick pit stop that involves nothing more than refueling the race car with the amount of fuel necessary to finish the race. Spoiler: A metal blade attached to the rear deck lid of the car. It helps restrict airflow over the rear of the car, providing downforce and traction. Stagger: The difference in size between the tires on the left and right sides of a car. Because of a tire’s makeup, slight variations in circumference result. Stagger between right-side and left-side tires may range from less than a half inch to more than an inch. Stagger applies to only bias-ply tires and not radials. Stick: Slang term used for tire traction, as in “the car’s sticking to the track.” Stickers: Slang term for new tires. The name is derived from the manufacturer’s stickers that are affixed to each new tire’s contact surface. Stop and Go: A penalty, usually assessed for speeding on pit road or for unsafe driving. The car must be brought onto pit road at the appropriate speed and stopped for one full second in the team’s pit stall before returning to the track. Sway bar: Sometimes called an “antiroll bar.” Bar used to resist or counteract the rolling force of the car body through the turns. T Template: A device used to check the body shape and size, to ensure compliance with the rules. The template closely resembles the shape of the factory version of the car. Tight: Also known as “understeer.” A car is said to be tight if the front wheels lose traction before the rear wheels do. A tight race car doesn’t seem able to steer sharply enough through the turns. Instead, the front end continues toward the wall. Toe: Looking at the car from the front, the amount the tires are turned in or out. If you imagine your feet to be the two front tires of a race car, standing with your toes together would represent toe-in. Standing with your heels together would represent toe-out. Track bar: A lateral bar that keeps the rear tires centered within the body of the car. It connects the frame on one side and the rear axle on the other. Also called the panhard bar. Trading paint: Slang term used to describe aggressive driving involving a lot of bumping and rubbing. Trailing arm: A rear suspension piece holding the rear axle firmly fore and aft yet allowing it to travel up and down. Tri-oval: A racetrack that has a “hump” or “fifth turn” in addition to the standard four corners. Not to be confused with a triangle-shaped speedway, which has only three distinct corners. 200 mph tape: Also known as "racer’s tape." Duct tape so strong it will hold a banged up race car together long enough to finish a race. W Wedge, round of: Adjusting the handling of the car by altering pressure on the rear springs. Wedge: Term that refers to the cross weight adjustment on a race car. Window net: A woven mesh that hangs across the driver’s side window, to prevent the driver’s head and limbs from being exposed during an accident.

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Points System Championship points will be awarded to each driver and to each car of a car owner in each event, according to their finishing position in the event, as follows: Finishing Position 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Championship Points 180 170 165 160 155 150 146 142 138 134 130 127 124 121 118 115 112 109

Finishing Position 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

Championship Points 106 103 100 97 94 91 88 85 82 79 76 73 70 67 64 61 58 55

Finishing Position 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

Championship Points 52 49 46 43 40 37 34 31 28 25 22 19 16 13 10 7 4 1

(One point will be awarded for positions after 54th place.) If a car passes inspection but fails to make the starting field, the driver and car owner will be awarded non-qualifier points on the basis of his/her carâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s qualifying results. NOTE: In addition to the points allocated, any driver who leads a lap during a race receives five bonus points. The driver who leads the most laps receives an additional five bonus points.

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Wes Banks Birthdate: Nov. 2, 1960 Hometown: Oakdale, Calif. Wife: Kim Occupation: Real estate developer Other Interests/Hobbies: Hunting, flying, traveling Career Starts: 30 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: April 19, 2007 (Phoenix) Best Finish: 8th (Roseville -– Oct. 25, 2008) Best Points Finish: 11th (2009)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Registered first top-10 finish in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2008 Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut at Phoenix in 2007 Won SCORE off-road world championship at Riverside International Raceway in 1985

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 16th in points, competing in seven of 12 races. 2009: Finished 11th in points, competing in 11 of 13 races. 2008: Finished 19th in points, with eight starts. … Picked up first career top 10 finish at Roseville in October. 2007: Finished 32nd in points, with four starts. NOTEWORTHY – Started racing in 1979 with off-road vehicles. … Won championship in 1985. … Raced four years with Mickey Thompson off-road stadium racing. … Raced stock cars since 1995, including former NASCAR Southwest Tour events at Sonoma. WES BANKS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2007

32

4

0

0

0

0

2008

19

8

0

0

0

1

2009

11

11

0

0

0

2

2010

16

7

0

0

0

1

30

0

0

0

4

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Johnny Borneman Birthdate: June 30, 1977 Hometown: Ramona, Calif. Occupation: Plaster & scaffold foreman Other Interests/Hobbies: Going to the river Career Starts: 95 Career Wins: 3 Career Poles: 1 First Start: March 18, 2000 (Phoenix) Best Finish: 1st – three times (most recent, Monroe – July 29, 2006) Best Points Finish: 4th (2002)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Fifth-place finish in NASCAR Nationwide Series at Talladega in 2010

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Three career wins in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 61st in points, with two starts. 2009: Finished 24th in points, with four starts. 2008: Finished ninth in points. 2007: Finished fifth in points. 2006: Finished 10th in points. 2005: Finished 17th in points, with five starts. 2004: Finished 21st in points, with five starts. 2003: Finished eighth in points. 2002: Finished fourth in points. 2001: Finished seventh in points. 2000: Finished 20th in points, with five starts. NOTEWORTHY – Second generation competitor in NASCAR K&N Pro Series. … Son of John Borneman Jr. … Made series debut in a handful of races in 2000 and scored his first win in his rookie season a year later. … Made 20 starts in NASCAR Nationwide Series between 2004 and 2010, with top-five finish at Talladega. JOHNNY BORNEMAN ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

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Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2000

20

5

0

0

1

4

2001

7

14

1

0

2

6

2002

4

10

1

0

3

9

2003

8

12

0

1

4

6

2004

21

5

0

0

2

2

2005

17

5

0

0

2

2

2006

10

12

1

0

5

5

2007

5

13

0

0

3

8

2008

9

13

0

0

3

6

2009

24

4

0

0

2

2

2010

61

2

0

0

0

0

95

3

1

27

50

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WINS: 3 – Tucson (3/10/01); Stockton (8/17/02); Monroe (7/29/06) POLES: 1 – Fontana (4/26/03) DRIVERS

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Troy Ermish Birthdate: Sept. 24, 1966 Hometown: Fremont, Calif. Occupation: Specialty Auto Shop Owner Other Interests/Hobbies: Racing Career Starts: 14 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: June 21, 2008 (Sonoma) Best Finish: 8th (Roseburg – June 5, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 11th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Registered three top-10 finishes as rookie in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010 Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2008 Scored wins in Spears SRL Southwest Tour Series in 2008 and 2009

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 11th in points in first full season of competition. 2009: Finished 46th in points, with two starts. 2008: Finished 59th in points, with one start. NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in 1991, driving Datsun 510s in club racing. … Later switched to stock cars, competing in the Late Model class at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway from 1996 through 2000. … Later competed in select events in the former NASCAR Southwest Tour. … Focused primarily on competing in Spears SRL Southwest Tour Series between 2007 and 2009, registering wins in 2008 and 2009. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2008. TROY ERMISH ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

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Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

59

1

0

0

0

0

2009

46

2

0

0

0

0

2010

11

11

0

0

0

3

14

0

0

0

3

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Justin Funkhouser Birthdate: Oct. 6, 1983 Hometown: Paradise, Calif. Occupation: Operates family landscape business Other Interests/Hobbies: Outdoor activities, camping Career Starts: 7 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: March 27, 2010 (Roseville) Best Finish: 9th (Roseburg – June 5, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 15th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Registered top-10 finish in second start in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010 Won rookie title in 2006 racing wingless sprint cars in Northern California

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 15th in points, with seven starts. NOTEWORTHY – Third-generation driver who started his racing career in wingless sprint cars…. Regular open-wheel competitor at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif. … Competed in open-wheel races in 2010, while also running select NASCAR K&N Pro Series West events. JUSTIN FUNKHOUSER ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

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Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

15

7

0

0

0

1

7

0

0

0

1

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Jonathon Gomez Birthdate: Jan. 4, 1983 Hometown: Twin Falls, Idaho Wife: Chelsia Occupation: Custom farming Other interests/Hobbies: Boating, motorcycles Career Starts: 20 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: July 11, 2008 (Roseburg) Best Finish: 2nd (second highest finishing West driver in East-West combination race, Iowa – May 23, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 6th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Won 2010 Driver Achievement Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Registered top-10 finishes in first two starts in NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2008 Won 2008 championship in Super Stock class at Magic Valley Speedway in Twin Falls, Idaho

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished sixth in points in first full season of competition. 2009: Finished 17th in points, competing in six events. 2008: Finished 34th in points, making just two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Won rookie title competing at Magic Valley Speedway in his hometown of Twin Falls, Idaho, in 2007. … Raced two classes – Super Stocks and Late Models – at Magic Valley Speedway in 2008, while also making debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. … Won championship in SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2010, while also running full schedule in NASCASR K&N Pro Series West. JONATHON GOMEZ ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

34

2

0

0

0

2

2009

17

6

0

0

0

1

2010

6

12

0

0

3

6

20

0

0

3

9

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Daryl Harr Birthdate: May 5, 1982 Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta Occupation: Works for family owned computer company Other interests/Hobbies: Snowboarding, rugby Career Starts: 77 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: March 1, 2001 (The Bullring, Las Vegas) Best Finish: 5th – three times (most recent, Tooele – Aug. 2, 2008) Best Championship Finish: 7th (2004)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Won 2004 Sportsman Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 2002 Champion in CASCAR Western Series Won 2000 Most Popular Driver Award in CASCAR Western Series 1998 Rookie of the Year in CASCAR Western Series

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 18th in points, with six starts. 2009: Finished 23rd in points, with five starts. 2008: Finished 13th in points. 2007: Finished 14th in points. 2006: Finished 18th in points, with five starts. 2005: Finished 11th in points. 2004: Finished seventh in points in first full season. 2003: Finished 18th in points, with six starts. 2002: Finished 17th in points, with five starts. 2001: Finished 70th in points, with one start. NOTEWORTHY – Part of father-son effort. … Both are champions in Canada’s CASCAR Western Series, with Carl taking the title in 2001 and Daryl winning it in 2002. … Daryl also won Most Popular Driver Award in CASCAR Western Series in 2000. … Shared 2004 Sportsmanship Award with his father. DARYL HARR ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2001

70

1

0

0

0

0

2002

17

5

0

0

0

1

2003

18

6

0

0

0

0

2004

7

13

0

0

0

8

2005

11

12

0

0

1

6

2006

18

5

0

0

0

0

2007

14

11

0

0

0

2

2008

13

13

0

0

2

4

2009

23

5

0

0

0

0

2010

18

6

0

0

0

5

77

0

0

3

26

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Eric Holmes Birthdate: Oct. 16, 1974 Hometown: Escalon, Calif. Wife: Lauren Occupation: Owns and operates NAPA Auto Parts store Other Interests/Hobbies: Spending time with family Career Starts: 61 Career Wins: 14 Career Poles: 13 First Start: Oct. 11, 1997 (Bakersfield) Best Finish: 1st – 14 times (most recent, Roseville – Oct. 16, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 1st – 3 times (2006, 2008, 2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Three-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Champion (2006, 2008, 2010) Won Elite portion of NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2004 Finished fifth in making his debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 1997

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished first in points. … Won five of 12 races en route to clinching third series championship. 2009: Finished second in points. 2008: Finished first in points. … Second championship in second full season of series competition. 2007: Finished 22nd in points. … Won one of four starts in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. … First part of season was spent running for team in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. 2006: Finished first in points. … First full season of competition in series. 2003: Finished 39th in points. 2002: Finished 37th in points. 2000: Finished 33rd in points. 1999: Finished 61st in points. 1997: Finished 55th in points. NOTEWORTHY – Second-generation driver who grew up watching his father race at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway. … Raced in NASCAR-sanctioned late model divisions at various tracks in California, particularly in the Central Valley. … Runner-up in championship standings in former NASCAR Southwest Tour in 2003 and 2006.

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Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1997

55

1

0

0

1

1

1999

61

1

0

0

0

1

2000

33

3

0

0

0

0

2002

37

1

0

0

1

1

2003

39

1

0

0

1

1

2006

1

12

1

4

9

10

2007

22

4

1

1

3

3

2008

1

13

4

5

9

10

2009

2

13

3

2

6

11

2010

1

12

5

1

8

10

61

14

13

38

48

TOTALS

WINS: 14 – Kyle (9/30/06); Tracy (9/15/07); Roseville (3/29/08), Kyle (4/19/08), Colorado (6/7/08), Roseburg (7/11/08); Roseville (4/4/09), Madera (4/25/09), Roseburg (6/6/09); Phoenix (4/8/10),Roseburg (6/5/10), Montana (8/7/10), Colorado (8/14/10), Roseville (10/16/10) POLES: 13 – Irwindale (5/27/06), Monroe (7/29/06), Stockton (8/5/06), Tracy (10/15/06); Irwindale (7/4/07); Kyle (4/19/08), Colorado (6/7/08), Sonoma (6/21/08), Roseburg (7/11/08), Monroe (7/19/08); Roseburg (6/6/09), Colorado (8/15/09), Roseville (10/16/10)

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Jim Inglebright Birthdate: Nov. 8, 1961 Hometown: Fairfield, Calif. Wife: Valerie Occupation: Owns auto body shop & towing firm Other Interests/Hobbies: Karting, trail bike riding, water skiing Career Starts: 63 Career Wins: 3 Career Poles: 1 First Start: Oct. 7, 1995 (Sonoma) Best Finish: 1st – three times (most recent, Portland – July 19, 2009) Best Championship Finish: 5th (2008)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Won former NASCAR Southwest Tour event at Infineon Raceway three straight years (2000, 2001, 2002) Won former NASCAR Southwest Tour portion of Copper World Classic in 1999 Won track titles, NASCAR championship at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. (1991, 1992)

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 32nd in points, with three starts. 2009: Finished 15th in points, with eight starts. … Scored win in thrilling finish at Portland International Raceway. 2008: Finished fifth in points. 2007: Finished 11th in points. 2006: Finished sixth in points. 2005: Finished 62nd in points, with one start. 2004: Finished 48th in points, with one start. 2003: Finished sixth in points, with one win and one pole in first full season in series. 1995: Finished 48th in points, making just one start as a replacement driver. NOTEWORTHY – Spent early racing career competing on motorcycles. … Made switch to four wheels – competing in Pro Stock class at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. … Experienced much success in former NASCAR Southwest Series. … Raced on a limited basis in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2000 and 2001. … Resume also includes NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start in a Richard Childress Racing entry at Infineon Raceway in 2004. JIM INGLEBRIGHT ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1995

48

1

0

0

0

0

2003

6

12

1

1

4

7

2004

48

1

0

0

1

1

2005

62

1

0

0

0

0

2006

6

12

0

0

3

7

2007

11

12

0

0

2

6

2008

5

13

1

0

5

8

2009

15

8

1

0

1

2

2010

32

3

0

0

0

1

63

3

1

16

32

TOTALS

WINS: 3 – Las Vegas-ST (4/12/03); West Portion of combination race at Iowa (5/20/08); Portland (7/19/09) POLES: 1 – Las Vegas– ST (4/12/03) 78

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Thomas Martin Birthdate: June 4, 1978 Hometown: Auburn, Calif. Occupation: Driver/Fabricator Other Interests/Hobbies: Water sports and racing Career Starts: 11 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: June 24, 2006 (Sonoma) Best Finish: 12th – two times (most recent, Fontana RC – Aug. 11, 2007) Best Championship Finish: 28th – two times (2007, 2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Finished 12th in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut at Sonoma in 2006 Finished second in Elite portion of NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2006

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 28th in points, with four starts. 2007: Finished 28th in points, with five starts. 2006: Finished 39th in points, with just two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Started racing Mini Stocks on dirt tracks in Northern California. … Won rookie title in 1995 in Pro Four division. … Won Pro Four championship in 1996. … Made 54 starts in former NASCAR Southwest Tour between 2001 and 2006. THOMAS MARTIN ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2006

39

2

0

0

0

0

2007

28

5

0

0

0

0

2010

28

4

0

0

0

0

11

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

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Luis Martinez Jr. Birthdate: Feb. 15, 1990 Hometown: Long Beach, Calif. Occupation: Student/employee Other Interests/Hobbies: Karting, hunting, bowling, raquetball Career Starts: 14 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 1 First Start: Aug. 2, 2008 (Tooele) Best Finish: 3rd (Colorado – Aug. 14, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 7th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2010 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Sunoco Rookie of the Year Won pole at Colorado in rookie season in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010 Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2008 Won multiple championships competing in go-karts

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished seventh in points and won Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. 2008: Finished 41st in points, with just two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Began racing career competing in go-karts in 2002. … Finished first in King Taco Open in 2003. … Continued racing go-karts in Jr. Super Sportsman and HPV2 classes in 2004 and 2005. … Competed in open-wheel racing in Formula TR Pro Series in 2006 and 2007. … In addition to attending Russell Racing School and Skip Barber Advanced Racing School, has participated in various other tests. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut in 2008. LUIS MARTINEZ JR ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

41

2

0

0

0

0

2010

7

12

0

1

3

8

14

0

1

3

8

TOTALS POLES: 1 – Colorado (8/14/10)

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David Mayhew Birthdate: Feb. 19, 1982 Hometown: Atascadero, Calif. Wife: Lyndsay Occupation: Race driver coach / sign business Other interests/Hobbies: Racing just about anything Career Starts: 44 Career Wins: 3 Career Poles: 6 First Start: March 31, 2007 (Kyle) Best Finish: 1st – three times (most recent, top finishing West driver in East-West combination race at Iowa – May 23, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 2nd (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Finished second in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship standings in 2010 2006 Rookie of the Year in former NASCAR Southwest Tour 2004 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Champion at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif.

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished second in points. 2009: Finished sixth in points, competing in 12 of 13 events, driving for car owner Steve McGowan. 2008: Finished eighth in points in first full season of competition, behind the wheel of the Golden Gate Racing Team Chevrolet. 2007: Finished 18th in points, competing in seven races. … In only his second career start, led 56 laps at Phoenix before engine let go within 20 laps of the finish line. … After running limited events through much of season, was selected to drive the last three races for Jim Offenbach’s Golden Gate Racing Team as part of a driver development program with Richard Childress Racing. NOTEWORTHY – Won five IKF National Championships, along with various regional and club championships, while competing in go-karts. … Raced open-wheel cars in USF2000 series, Russell Racing Series. … Won NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship in 2004 while competing in Late Model class at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif. … Ran limited schedule in former NASCAR Southwest Tour in 2005. … Raced full schedule in that series in 2006, finishing fifth in championship standings and winning the Sunoco rookie title. … Also raced selected NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2010. DAVID MAYHEW ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2007 2008

18

7

0

0

2

4

8

13

0

0

5

8

2009

6

12

2

3

6

8

2010

2

12

1

3

8

9

44

3

6

21

29

TOTALS

WINS: 3 – West portion of combination race at Iowa (5/17/09), Iowa (9/4/09); West portion of combination race at Iowa (5/23/10) POLES: 6 – Kyle (3/14/09), West portion of combination race at Iowa (5/17/09), Portland (7/19/09), Iowa (5/23/10), Roseburg (6/5/10), Portland (7/18/10)

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Travis Milburn Birthdate: May 13, 1992 Hometown: Eagle, Idaho Occupation: Student Other Interests/Hobbies: None Career Starts: 17 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: Aug. 2, 2008 (Tooele) Best Finish: 6th (Colorado – Aug. 15, 2009) Best Championship Finish: 10th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Registered three top-10 finishes in rookie season in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010 Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2008

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 10th in points in rookie season. 2009: Finished 27th in points, with four starts. 2008: Finished 42nd in points, with just two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Competed in Late Models and Modifieds on quarter-mile oval of Meridian (Idaho) Speedway in 2008, finishing fifth in the championship standings in both classes, and made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut. TRAVIS MILBURN ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

42

2

0

0

0

0

2009

27

4

0

0

0

1

2010

10

11

0

0

0

3

17

0

0

0

4

TOTALS

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Greg Pursley Birthdate: Jan. 4, 1968 Hometown: Newhall, Calif. Wife: Heidi Occupation: Mechanic Other interests/Hobbies: Water skiing Career Starts: 41 Career Wins: 3 Career Poles: 5 First Start: Oct. 17, 1999 (Bakersfield) Best Finish: 1st - three times (most recent, Phoenix – Nov. 13, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 3rd (2009)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Scored first career win in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2009 2004 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National Champion Finished top 10 of championship standings in first full season in NASCAR K&N Pro Series in 2002

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished fifth in points. 2009: Finished third in points. 2008: Finished 32nd in points, with four starts. 2007: Finished 68th in points, with just one start. 2002: Finished ninth in points, with two top-five finishes. 1999: Finished 64th in points, with his debut series start. NOTEWORTHY – Began racing career competing on two wheels, road racing motorcycles. … Later switched to competing on four wheels, racing in the late model class on the road course at Willow Springs Raceway in Southern California. … His pursuit of NASCAR late model stock car competition included racing at the now-shuttered Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif., and Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.), which became his home track. … Turned his attention to the former NASCAR Southwest Tour, where he finished fifth in the championship standings in 2000 and 11th in 2001. … Made his debut in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series at Bakersfield in 1999. … Also raced selected NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events in 2010. GREG PURSLEY ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1999

64

1

0

0

0

0

2002

9

10

0

0

2

5

2007

68

1

0

0

0

0

2008

32

4

0

0

0

0

2009

3

13

1

2

8

11

2010

5

12

2

3

4

7

41

3

5

14

23

TOTALS

WINS: 3 – Kyle (3/14/09); Tooele (9/12/10), Phoenix (11/13/10) POLES: 5 – Phoenix (4/16/09), Iowa (9/4/09); Irwindale (7/3/10), Montana (8/7/10), Phoenix (11/13/10)

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Greg Rayl Birthdate: Nov. 20, 1963 Hometown: Roseville, Calif. Occupation: Self-employed Other Interests/Hobbies: None Career Starts: 16 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: Oct. 25, 2008 (Roseville) Best Finish: 13th - (Tooele – Sept. 12, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 12th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Won 2010 Sportsmanship Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut in 2008 Won Street Stock championships at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway in 1991 and 1992

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 12th in points in first full season of competition. 2009: Finished 30th in points, with three starts. 2008: Finished 46th in points, with one start. NOTEWORTHY – Has raced in various classes at Northern California tracks, including All American Speedway in Roseville and Altamont Raceway Park near Tracy. … Won Street Stock class titles at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway in 1991 and 1992. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut at hometown track, All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. GREG RAYL ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

46

1

0

0

0

0

2009

30

3

0

0

0

0

2010

12

12

0

0

0

0

16

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

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Michael Self Birthdate: Nov. 1, 1990 Hometown: Park City, Utah Occupation: Student Other Interests/Hobbies: Skiing, biking, working on street cars. Career Starts: 14 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: July 19, 2009 (Portland) Best Finish: 5th (Sonoma – July 19, 2010) Best Championship Finish: 8th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut in 2009 2007 Champ Car Rotax Scholarship winner 2006 Western Regional Champion in Junior Rotax Member of Americas team at Rotax Grand Finals in Portugal in 2006

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished eighth in points. 2009: Finished 43rd in points, with two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Began racing career competing in go-karts at 11 years of age. … Switched to racing open-wheel cars at the age of 16. … Turned to late model stock cars two years later. MICHAEL SELF ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

43

2

0

0

0

0

2010

8

12

0

0

1

5

14

0

0

1

5

TOTALS

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Jack Sellers Birthdate: July 27, 1944 Hometown: Sacramento, Calif. Occupation: Family owns Coca-Cola bottling plant in Sacramento Other Interests/Hobbies: Hunting Career Starts: 241 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: April 28, 1985 (Sonoma) Best Finish: 7th – four times (most recent, Kansas City – June 1, 2002) Best Championship Finish: 5th (1993)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Most career starts in modern era of NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, with 241 Won 2005 Sportsmanship Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Finished in top 10 of championship standings in 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 14th in points, with 11 starts. 2009: Finished 12th in points, starting 10 of 13 races. 2008: Finished 16th in points. 2007: Finished 27th in series points, with five starts. 2006: Finished 15th in series points. 2005: Finished 13th in series points. 2004: Finished 13th in series points. 2003: Finished 11th in series points. 2002: Finished 12th in series points. 2001: Finished 15th in series points. 2000: Finished 16th in series points. 1999: Finished 46th in series points. 1998: Finished 44th in series points. 1997: Finished 32nd in series points. 1996: Finished 12th in series points. 1995: Finished 12th in series points. 1994: Finished eighth in series points. 1993: Finished fifth in series points. 1992: Finished eighth in series points. 1991: Finished 10th in series points. 1990: Finished eighth in series points. 1989: Finished seventh in series points. 1988: Finished 12th in series points. 1987: Finished 10th in series points. 1986: Finished 17th in series points. 1985: Finished 17th in series points. NOTEWORTHY – Well-known series veteran, known as the Coca-Cola Cowboy. … Celebrated his 25th season in the series in 2009.

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Jack Sellers JACK SELLERS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1985

17

5

0

0

0

0

1986

17

5

0

0

0

0

1987

10

8

0

0

0

1

1988

12

8

0

0

0

1

1989

7

11

0

0

0

4

1990

8

9

0

0

0

3

1991

10

9

0

0

0

1

1992

8

10

0

0

0

5

1993

5

14

0

0

0

6

1994

8

13

0

0

0

3

1995

12

10

0

0

0

1

1996

12

11

0

0

0

3

1997

32

3

0

0

0

1

1998

44

2

0

0

0

0

1999

46

3

0

0

0

0

2000

16

12

0

0

0

0

2001

15

12

0

0

0

0

2002

12

10

0

0

0

1

2003

11

12

0

0

0

0

2004

13

13

0

0

0

1

2005

13

12

0

0

0

0

2006

15

12

0

0

0

0

2007

27

5

0

0

0

0

2008

16

11

0

0

0

1

2009

12

10

0

0

0

0

2010

14

11

0

0

0

0

241

0

0

0

32

TOTALS

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Moses Smith Birthdate: March 30, 1976 Hometown: Tempe, Ariz. Occupation: Race car driver Other Interests/Hobbies: Mountain biking, swimming, racquet ball Twitter: mosessmith16 Career Starts: 53 Career Wins: 0 Career Poles: 0 First Start: July 22, 2006 (Irwindale) Best Finish: 2nd (Kyle – March 14, 2009) Best Championship Finish: 4th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Three-time winner of Most Popular Driver Award in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West (2008, 2009, 2010) 2002 Star Mazda West Coast Champion 2001 Star Mazda West Coast Rookie of the Year 2001 SCCA Class Champion

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished fourth in points. 2009: Finished seventh in points. 2008: Finished sixth in points. 2007: Finished 12th in points. 2006: Finished 28th in points, running just three races. NOTEWORTHY – Raced go-karts from 1988-1994, winning IKF championship and various other titles. … Competed in open-wheel racing from 1995-2004. … Won class championship in SCCA in 2001. … Won rookie title in Star Mazda West Coast series in 2001 and followed up with championship in 2002. … Raced speed truck series in 2005 and 2006. MOSES SMITH ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2006

28

3

0

0

0

1

2007

12

12

0

0

0

3

2008

6

13

0

0

3

10

2009

7

13

0

0

5

9

2010

4

12

0

0

4

8

53

0

0

12

31

TOTALS

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Todd Souza Birthdate: Dec. 13, 1964 Hometown: Aromas, Calif. Wife: Kelly Occupation: Owns cabinet business Other Interests/Hobbies: Outdoor activities Career Starts: 27 Career Wins: 1 Career Poles: 0 First Start: Oct. 3, 2004 (Phoenix) Best Finish: 1st (Tooele – Sept. 2, 2008) Best Championship Finish: 9th (2010)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Scored first career win in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West while running limited schedule in 2008 2000 Rookie of the Year in former NASCAR Southwest Tour Competed in more than 60 races in former NASCAR Southwest Tour between 2000-2004

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished ninth in points. 2009: Finished 21st in points. 2008: Finished 23rd in points. Captured first career win, with victory on road course at Tooele, Utah. 2007: Finished 25th in points, with four starts. 2006: Finished 27th in points, notching first career top-10 finish in making three starts. 2004: Finished 64th in points, with just one start. NOTEWORTHY – Raced in the modified class on the quarter-mile clay oval in Watsonville, Calif., between 1996 and 1999. … Graduated to the former NASCAR Southwest Tour in 2000. … Has also made two starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, both in 2007. TODD SOUZA ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2004

64

1

0

0

0

0

2006

27

3

0

0

0

1

2007

25

4

0

0

0

1

2008

23

4

1

0

2

2

2009

21

4

0

0

0

3

2010

9

11

0

0

0

6

27

1

0

2

13

TOTALS WINS: 1 – Tooele (8/2/08)

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Brett Thompson Birthdate: June 14, 1977 Hometown: Jerome, Idaho Wife: Brooke Occupation: Race car business Other Interests/Hobbies: Any kind of racing Twitter: brettthompson61 Career Starts: 99 Career Wins: 1 Career Poles: 1 First Start: Sept. 4, 2000 (W Valley City) Best Finish: 1st (Bakersfield – Oct. 17, 2004) Best Championship Finish: 5th (2009)

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Scored first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win at Bakersfield in 2004 Won first career pole in one of five starts in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2001 Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West with top-10 finish in 2000

YEAR-BY-YEAR NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST RECAP – 2010: Finished 23rd in points, with five starts. 2009: Finished fifth in points. 2008: Finished 18th in points, with seven starts. 2007: Finished eighth in points. 2006: Finished 16th in points, making 10 starts. … Thompson Motorsports was first team in the NASCAR Camping World Series to compete with the composite body. 2005: Finished sixth in points. 2004: Finished 16th in points, while running reduced schedule. … Scored first career series win at Bakersfield. 2003: Finished ninth in points. 2002: Finished 10th in points in first full season in series. 2001: Finished 22nd in points, with five starts. 2000: Finished 32nd in points, making two starts. NOTEWORTHY – Began racing on paved oval of Magic Valley Speedway in Twin Falls, Idaho, in Street Stock class in 1997. … Competed in NASCAR-sanctioned Modified class on the third-mile track in 1998 and 1999. … Won first series pole early in his career. … Involved in tremendous amount of community service work, visiting hospitals and charities in communities visited by the series each year. … Racing resume includes selected events in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

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Brett Thompson BRETT THOMPSON ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2000

32

2

0

0

0

1

2001

22

5

0

1

1

3

2002

10

10

0

0

1

6

2003

9

12

0

0

2

8

2004

16

10

1

0

4

5

2005

6

12

0

0

2

8

2006

16

10

0

0

2

6

2007

8

13

0

0

2

6

2008

18

7

0

0

2

3

2009

5

13

0

0

3

8

2010

23

5

0

0

1

2

99

1

1

20

56

TOTALS WINS: 1 – Bakersfield (10/17/04) POLES: 1 – W. Valley City (9/1/01)

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Newcomers Cole Cabrera Birthdate: May 18, 1989

Hometown: Exeter, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing quads and motorcycles at the age of 4. … At the age of 11, started racing micro sprint cars at dirt tracks throughout Central California. … Graduated to Legend cars at 13 and then moved to ASA Truck series a year later. … Competed as a rookie in the SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2010. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, finishing 26th.

Taylor Cuzick Birthdate: April 30, 1991

Hometown: Tolleson, Ariz.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing Dwarf cars at the age of 15. … Graduated to ASA Speed Truck series a couple of years later. … Also began competing in stock cars, finishing 14th in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model race at the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2010. … Raced the truck series and also Late Model division at Toyota Speedway during 2010 season. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, finishing 18th.

Brian Deegan Birthdate: May 9, 1975

Hometown: Omaha, Neb.

NOTEWORTHY – Rode dirt bikes as a youngster. … Moved to California after graduating from high school and began racing motorcycles, competing on a Supercross team at the age of 17. … Considered a pioneer in Freestyle Motorcross, he went on to win 10 X-Games in that competition. … Started racing on four wheels, competing in off-road racing as well as NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model stock cars. … Was a founding member of Metal Mulisha apparel company.

Spencer Gallagher Birthdate: Nov. 20, 1989

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing Bandoleros at the age of 12. … Later competed in Legends series at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. … Won road course title there in 2010. … Continued to compete in Legends series in 2010 and also raced in five events in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Super Late Model division at The Bullring. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, finishing 33rd. … Attends University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Rod Johnson Jr. Birthdate: Sept. 3, 1989

Hometown: Canyon Country, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Known as R.J. … Grew up around racing. … Grandson of car owner Don Johnson and son of Rod Johnson, who won championship at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) in 1999. … Began racing go-karts at the age of 14. … Resume includes stints as crew chief. … Back behind the wheel in 2008, taking rookie title and finishing fourth in points in the Super Truck series at Toyota Speedway. … Followed that up by winning the championship in the Late Model division as a rookie in 2010. … Did not qualify in first outing in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2009.

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Newcomers Dylan Kwasniewski Birthdate: May 31, 1995

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing go-karts in 2000 at the age of 5. … Moved to circle track racing at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway seven years later, competing in Bandolero Bandits class. … Graduated to Semi-Pro Legend Car series in 2008. … Won three championships, youngest in the history of the track, and was awarded Rookie of the Year honor. … Moved up to Pro Legend division in 2009, winning track championship and state championship and finishing seventh in national points. … Raced ASA Speed Truck series in 2009 and 2010. … Also raced Lucas Oil Modifieds and Late Models in 2010 — competing at The Bullring; Toyota Speedway at Irwindale; Havasu 95 Speedway near Lake Havasu City, Ariz.; and Lucas Oil I-10 Speedway in Blythe, Calif.

Travis Motley Birthdate: Aug. 28, 1990

Hometown: Tucson, Ariz.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing go-karts in 2004. … Raced karts through 2006. … Competed in NASCAR Whelen AllAmerican Series Late Model division at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) from 2007 to 2010. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, finishing eighth. … Attends Whitworth University in Spokane, Wash., studying engineering and physics.

Travis Pastrana Birthdate: Oct. 8, 1983

Hometown: Annapolis, Md.

NOTEWORTHY – Earned 16 X Games gold medals along with multiple Supercross, Motocross and rally championships in his action sports career … Created the Nitro Circus empire, which includes a television show, live tours and a soon-tobe-released feature film … NASCAR racing career launched in 2011 with Pastrana-Waltrip Racing … Made his NASCAR debut in the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, with a sixth-place finish.

Justin Philpott Birthdate: Dec. 27, 1989

Hometown: Tracy, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Third-generation competitor - who grew up around Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway. … His grandfather, John, began racing in 1966 and his father, Dave, won multiple track championships. ...Justin began racing in 2005 in the Street Stock class at Altamont Speedway, near Tracy, Calif. … Graduated to Late Models the following year. … Won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model championship at The New Stockton 99 Speedway in 2009. … Has also raced in Late Models at Madera (Calif.) Speedway and All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2010, with 20th-place finish.

Josh Reaume Birthdate: Oct. 11, 1990

Hometown: Redlands, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing go-karts at the age of 7. … Won three championships and competed twice in the Rotax World Karting Championship. … Moved to stock cars in 2007, gaining a rookie title at Western Speedway in Victoria, British Columbia. … Raced formula cars a year later in the Skip Barber shootout. … Competed in Modified division at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., in 2009 and raced in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model division there in 2010. DRIVERS

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Newcomers Daniel Suarez Birthdate: Jan. 7, 1992

Hometown: Monterrey, Mexico

NOTEWORTHY – Was 2010 NASCAR Mexico Series Rookie of the Year. … Posted one top-five and four top-10 finishes. … Logged a season-best finish of fifth at Monterrey.

Carlos Vieira Birthdate: Feb. 23, 1972

Hometown: Atwater, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in late models in 2007. … Raced in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Western Late Models at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway in 2010. … Also competed as a rookie in the SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2010. … Team raises money for Autism. … Did not qualify in first outing in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011.

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Other Drivers Jeff Barkshire Birthdate: Feb. 2, 1982

Hometown: Auburn, Wash.

NOTEWORTHY – Won regional championships racing quarter-midgets from 7 to 15 years of age. … Also has competed in shifter kart, Legends car and super late model stock car. … Started competing in former NASCAR Northwest Tour fulltime beginning in 2005. … Won Rookie of the Year title in 2005 in former NASCAR Northwest Tour. … After running select events in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2005, 2006 and 2007 — ran full schedule in 2008 and won the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. … First career series win came in his rookie season at his home track, Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash. JEFF BARKSHIRE ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2005

54

1

0

0

0

0

2006

46

2

0

0

0

0

2007

26

4

0

0

1

2

2008

3

13

1

1

7

10

2009

29

3

0

0

2

2

2010

79

1

0

0

0

0

24

1

1

10

14

TOTALS

WINS: 1 – Monroe (7/26/08) POLES: 1 – West portion of combo race at Iowa (5/18/08)

Travis Bennett Birthdate: Jan. 21, 1979

Hometown: Ellensburg, Wash.

NOTEWORTHY – Competed in former NASCAR Northwest Tour, completing every lap of competition and finishing second in championship standings in 2004. … Won rookie honors in both the Limited Sportsman class at Yakima (Wash.) Speedway and the Big 10 Series at Wenatchee (Wash.) Valley’s Super Oval. TRAVIS BENNETT ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2007

47

1

0

0

1

1

2009

26

5

0

0

0

0

2010

43

2

0

0

0

0

8

0

0

1

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 4th (Monroe – Aug. 4, 2007)

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Other Drivers Chad Boat Birthdate: April 30, 1992

Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.

NOTEWORTHY – Son of open-wheel racer Billy Boat. … Began racing Quarter Midgets at South Mountain Raceway in Phoenix at 5 years of age. … Won Quarter Midget Association’s Arizona state championship in Junior Honda class. … Went on to win Light Modified and Light 160 class championships. … In 2002, began racing with Phoenix Kart Racing Association, winning Junior 1 Arizona State Championship title. … Ran 600cc Mini Sprints in 2004, winning the Arizona Modified Midget Association championship. … Graduated to full-sized midget division in 2005. … USAC sprint car and midget rookie of the year as a 16-year-old in 2008. … Youngest event winner of dirt sprint car feature in USAC history. CHAD BOAT ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

34

2

0

0

1

1

2

0

0

1

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 4th (West portion of combination race at Iowa – May 23, 2010)

Jason Bowles Birthdate: Nov. 24, 1982

Hometown: Ontario, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing go-karts in 1996. … Won regional IKF championship in 1997 and California State championship in 1998. … Won another regional and state title in 1999, as well as Senior Driver of the Year. … Tested Champ Car for Team Rahal and FF1600 for PRI Motorsports in 2000. … Invited to compete in Rotax Max nationals in 2001. … Ranked third in Shifter Kart Illustrated ICC driver rankings in 2002. … Won IKF Grand National Champion in Formula Y and took third in Jim Russell Triple Crown. … Zetec Championship Rookie of the Year in 2004. … Competed in FF2000 Zetec Championship and in Grand-am Cup for Team Lotus. … Finished second in Stars of Karting West Championship (ICC Class) in 2005. … Ranked second in country by SuperKart Magazine (ICC Class) in 2005. … Finished second in Cooper Tires Zetec Championship Round 1 & 2. … Second in ICC Starts of Karting Race of Americas. … Raced in Late Model class Toyota Speedeway at Irwindale (Calif.) in 2006, finishing in top-10 of final standings. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2007, winning Sunoco Rookie of the Year title. … Won series championship in 2009. … Won NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011. JASON BOWLES ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

2007

3

13

2

1

8

8

2008

2

13

4

5

7

10

2009

1

13

3

3

10

12

2010

31

3

0

1

1

2

42

9

10

26

32

TOTALS

Top 10s

WINS: 9 – Tooele (7/14/07), Fontana-RC (8/11/07); Sonoma (6/21/08), Irwindale (7/4/08), Irwindale (8/16/08), Roseville (10/25/08); Phoenix (4/18/09), Sonoma (6/20/09), Irwindale (7/4/09) POLES: 10 – Fontana-RC (8/11/07); Roseville (3/29/08), Irwindale (7/4/08), Tooele (8/2/08), Irwindale (8/16/08), Tracy (9/13/08); Roseville (4/4/09), Madera (4/25/09), Irwindale (7/4/09); Sonoma (6/19/10)

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Other Drivers Rick Boysal Birthdate: May 28, 1960

Hometown: San Ramon, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – SCCA regional champion who began racing in 2000. … Races select Grand Am and SPEED World Challenge races. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut at Sonoma in 2009. RICK BOYSAL ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

63

1

0

0

0

0

2010

65

1

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 17th (Sonoma – June 19, 2010)

Robbie Brand Birthdate: Jan. 7, 1958

Hometown: Barstow, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing on motorcycles – competing in motocross, Supercross and Mickey Thompson series. … Racing resume also includes competition in truck series and late model class. ROBBIE BRAND ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2005

28

3

0

0

0

0

2006

34

3

0

0

0

0

2010

42

2

0

0

0

0

8

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 12th (Irwindale – July 23, 2005)

Sean Caisse Birthdate: Jan. 30, 1986

Hometown: Pelham, N.H.

NOTEWORTHY – NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship runner-up in 2006 and 2007 … Has 12 Coors Light Pole Awards in that series … His seven career wins in the series came at seven different tracks … Has eight career starts in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and one in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series … Won an ARCA race at Rockingham in 2009 … A four-time NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown participant, he set the event’s qualifying record in 2007. NO PREVIOUS REGULAR SEASON STARTS IN NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST SEAN CAISSE ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST CAREER STATISTICS Year TOTALS

DRIVERS

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

40

7

12

16

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Other Drivers Brandon Davis Birthdate: Oct. 21, 1985

Hometown: Huntington Beach, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing go-karts at 7 years of age. … Began SCCA regional and national competition at the age of 16. … Earned rookie honors racing SPEED Touring Car in 2006. … Moved to SPEED GT class full-time in 2008. … Won SPEED GT title in 2009. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West at Sonoma, Calif., in 2009. BRANDON DAVIS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

71

1

0

0

0

0

2010

26

4

0

0

1

1

5

0

0

1

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 3rd (Sonoma – June 19, 2010)

Ty Dillon Birthdate: Feb. 27, 1992

Hometown: Lewisville, N.C.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in 2006 in Bandoleros and Legends series … Raced Late Models and Modifieds in 2009 … Raced eight events in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East in 2010, with one win, and finished third at Phoenix in only start in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. … Grandson of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team owner Richard Childress and the son of Mike and Tina Dillon … Father, Mike, is a former NASCAR Nationwide Series driver and current director of competition for Richard Childress Racing. … Older brother is Austin. TY DILLON ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

55

1

0

0

1

1

1

0

0

1

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 3rd (Phoenix – Nov. 13, 2010)

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Other Drivers Tom Dyer Birthdate: April 22, 1978

Hometown: Corte Madera, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Second-generation driver who initially started racing go-karts, where he won various championships and continues to compete. … Racing resume also includes competition in USAC Ford Focus Midget series and NASCAR Late Model stock cars. … Made Indy Lights Series debut at Sonoma, Calif., in 2008. … Races select events in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, primarily on road courses. TOM DYER ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2006

50

1

0

0

0

1

2007

52

1

0

0

0

1

2010

40

3

0

0

0

0

5

0

0

0

2

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 7th (Sonoma – June 24, 2006)

Jason Fensler Birthdate: Sept. 20, 1975

Hometown: Wilton, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began his racing career in 1991, competing in go-karts at the age of 15. … The following year, raced in the Modified class at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway, finishing second in points with rookie honors. … Won track championship in 1993 racing Modified class at now-shuttered Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 1993 with two top-10 finishes. … Returned to Stockton 99 Speedway in 1994 to finish third in points and win rookie title in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model class. … Won championship in 1997 in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Modified class at Altamont Raceway Park near Tracy, Calif. … Added another championship the following year in the same class at Stockton 99 Speedway. … Also raced in the former NASCAR Southwest Tour. … Also competed in late model touring series on West Coast, winning the championship in 2005. … Has also worked as team manager with Allen Beebe Racing and Speed Wong Racing. JASON FENSLER ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1993

30

2

0

0

0

2

2007

54

1

0

0

0

0

2008

45

1

1

0

1

1

4

1

0

1

3

TOTALS WINS: 1 – Altamont (2008)

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Other Drivers David Gilliland Birthdate: April 1, 1976

Hometown: Riverside, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Served as crew chief for his father, Butch, in winning NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship in 1997. … Raced on dirt oval at Perris (Calif.) Auto Speedway and in NASCAR-sanctioned Super Late Model class at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.). … Competed full-time in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2004-2005, winning Sunoco Rookie of the Year title in 2004. … Won NASCAR K&N Pro Series portion of NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2005. … Joined an upstart, unsponsored team for a limited NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule in 2006 and scored a dramatic “upset” victory in his seventh start at Kentucky Speedway. … Moved to NASCAR Sprint Cup Series soon after that win. DAVID GILLILAND ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1997

26

5

0

0

0

0

1999

35

4

0

0

0

1

2000

65

1

0

0

0

0

2001

41

2

0

0

0

1

2002

20

4

0

0

1

1

2004

3

13

1

1

7

9

2005

4

12

1

2

9

10

2007

42

1

1

1

1

1

2009

54

2

0

0

0

0

2010

73

1

0

0

0

0

45

3

4

18

23

TOTALS

WINS: 3 – Bakersfield (3/27/04); Phoenix (1/30/05); Sonoma (6/23/07) POLES: 4 – Monroe (7/17/04); Phoenix (1/30/05), Fontana (9/2/05); Sonoma (6/23/07)

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Other Drivers Jacob Gomes Birthdate: March 18, 1993

Hometown: Manteca, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began his racing career competing in Box Stock division at Delta Speedway in Stockton, Calif., in 2001. … A the age of 10, began racing Mini Cup Junior Stars at Stockton 99 Speedway and Altamont (Calif.) Raceway Park in 2003. … Raced Mini Cup cars at Stockton 99 Speedway and All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., through 2006. … Competed in WSRA Baby Grand division at All American Speedway and Madera (Calif.) Speedway in 2007 and 2008. … While racing in Late Model division at Madera Speedway in 2009, won NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national Rookie of the Year Award presented by Jostens at the age of 16. … Won rookie title in SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2010. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010 with 10th place finish at Roseville. JACOB GOMES ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

41

2

0

0

0

1

2

0

0

0

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 10th (Roseville – Oct. 16, 2010)

Bobby Grewohl Birthdate: May 23, 1986

Hometown: Hollister, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Raced SCCA Formula Ford in 2004, while also making his debut in USAC Ford Focus Midget. … Tested later that year in an IRL Infinity Pro Series car with Sam Schmidt Motorsports. … Signed with Chip Ganassi Racing as development and test driver in 2005. … In addition to testing that year, he ran limited slate of USAC National Midget races and also competed in SCCA Western States Championship Race. … Raced USAC Western States Midget Series in 2006. … Began competing in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model division for Bill McAnally Racing in 2007. … Raced in Late Models and Midgets in 2008. … Tested and ran Midgets in 2009. … Ran more Late Model races in 2010, while also making debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. BOBBY GREWOHL ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

71

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 23rd (Roseville – Oct. 16, 2010)

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Other Drivers Carl Harr Birthdate: Sept. 9, 1953

Hometown: Edmonton, Alberta

NOTEWORTHY – Raced with his son, Daryl, as two-car team through 2005. … Both are champions in Canada’s CASCAR Western Series, with Carl taking the title in 2001 and Daryl winning it in 2002. … Shared series honors with Daryl for the 2004 Sportsmanship Award. … Serves as crew chief for his son when not driving. CARL HARR ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2001

49

1

0

0

0

0

2002

16

5

0

0

0

0

2003

19

6

0

0

0

0

2004

8

13

0

0

0

6

2005

27

4

0

0

0

0

2006

25

4

0

0

0

1

2010

33

3

0

0

0

0

36

0

0

0

7

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 7th – two times (most recent, Bakersfield – Oct. 17, 2004)

Paulie Harraka Birthdate: Sept. 15, 1989

Hometown: Wayne, N.J.

NOTEWORTHY – Racing since age seven, started in sanctioned go-cart events, accumulating 158 wins, 13 national championships and six world championships. … Competed in Legends series in 2005 and 2006. … Raced for Bill McAnally Racing in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model class at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., in 2007 and 2008, winning rookie title the first year and championship the second. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series on road course at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, in 2008…. Scored two victories in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2009, en route to winning Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award. … Added another win in 2010, while finishing third in the championship standings. PAULIE HARRAKA ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

29

3

0

1

0

1

2009

4

13

2

1

7

8

2010

3

12

1

1

7

7

28

3

3

14

16

TOTALS

WINS: 3 – Colorado (8/15/09), Roseville (9/26/09); Roseville (3/27/10) POLES: 3 – Roseville (10/25/08); Roseville (9/26/09); Roseville (3/27/10)

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Other Drivers Bobby Hillis Birthdate: Sept. 10, 1961

Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing career by winning a rookie title in regional truck series in 1998. … Won a National Auto Sports Association regional championship in 2000. BOBBY HILLIS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2001

26

4

0

0

0

1

2002

11

10

0

0

0

0

2003

12

12

0

0

0

0

2004

15

12

0

0

0

0

2005

26

5

0

0

0

0

2006

17

12

0

0

0

0

2007

36

3

0

0

0

0

2008

63

1

0

0

0

0

2010

76

1

0

0

0

0

57

0

0

0

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 10th (West Valley City – Sept. 1, 2001)

Scott Ivie Birthdate: Feb. 7, 1971

Hometown: San Ramon, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing in 2001 in NASA High Performance Driving Education. … Won American Stock Car series championship in rookie year of 2004 and repeated in 2005. SCOTT IVIE ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2007

72

1

0

0

0

0

2008

57

1

0

0

0

0

2009

36

2

0

0

0

0

2010

36

3

0

0

0

0

7

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 11th (Tooele – Aug. 1, 2009)

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Other Drivers Brian Jackson Birthdate: Aug. 15, 1959

Hometown: Colton, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Returned to racing in 2007 after 15-year break, competing in several Southwest Pro 4 events. BRIAN JACKSON ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

67

1

0

0

0

0

2009

31

3

0

0

0

0

2010

50

1

0

0

0

0

5

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 21st – two times (most recent, Tooele – Aug. 1, 2009)

Chris Johnson Birthdate: March 5, 1983

Hometown: Claremont, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing quarter-midgets in 1995. … Raced on dirt track the following year. … Graduated to West Coast Pro Trucks, winning rookie title and then Driver of the Year honor – as well as two track championships and two touring championships. … Has raced in NASCAR Late Model and Super Late Model classes at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.). ... Made two starts in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at Toyota Speedway in 2008, qualifying second and finishing seventh the second time out. … Won Coors Light Pole in qualifying for NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2009. CHRIS JOHNSON ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

36

2

0

0

0

1

2009

19

5

0

0

0

3

2010

56

1

0

0

1

1

8

0

0

1

5

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 5th (Irwindale – July 3, 2010)

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Other Drivers Billy Kann Birthdate: Feb. 4, 1962

Hometown: Tempe, Ariz.

NOTEWORTHY – Competed in mini sprints early in his racing career. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 1995, registering top-10 finishes in two of three starts. … Raced select events through 1999. … Was away from the series through 2008, focusing on his business and raising a family. BILLY KANN ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1995

28

3

0

0

0

2

1996

44

3

0

0

0

0

1997

15

6

0

0

0

3

1998

38

4

0

0

0

0

1999

38

3

0

0

0

0

2008

41

2

0

0

0

0

2009

32

3

0

0

0

0

2010

49

1

0

0

0

0

25

0

0

0

5

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 8th – three times (most recent, Fountain – July 27, 1997)

Kyle Kelley Birthdate: June 28, 1985

Hometown: Huntington Beach, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in go-karts, from 1994-2001. … Named “Driver of the Year” by California Sports Car Club in 2002. … Won regional sports car championship in 2003. … Won Star Mazda West Coast Redline series title in 2004. … Raced Atlantic events in 2005 and 2006. … Finished eighth in first NASCAR K&N Pro Series race at Sonoma. KYLE KELLEY ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

38

2

0

0

0

1

2009

25

4

0

0

0

2

2010

24

4

0

0

1

1

10

0

0

1

4

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 5th (Tooele – Sept. 12, 2010)

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Other Drivers DJ Kennington Birthdate: July 15, 1977

Hometown: St. Thomas, Ontario

NOTEWORTHY – Made CASCAR Super Series debut in 1993 at 16 years of age. … Competed in Hooters Pro Cup in 2003 and 2004. … Made NASCAR Nationwide Series debut in 2006 at Memphis and went on to make 46 series starts. … Won three consecutive CASCAR Super Series events in 2005. … Won NASCAR Canadian Tire Series championship in 2010, after finishing second in the standings in 2007, third in 2008, second in 2009…. Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series with a runner-up finish in NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, driving Bill McAnally Racing entry. NO PREVIOUS REGULAR SEASON STARTS IN NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST

Tom Klauer Birthdate: Sept. 9, 1954

Hometown: Rancho Cordova, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Veteran road racer who competes in Historic Stock Car Racing Series. … Made his debut ion the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West with 10th-place finish at Portland (Ore.) International Raceway in 2010. … President of Pick N Pull, a Northern California auto dismantling firm. TOM KLAUER ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

60

1

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 10th (Portland – July 18, 2010)

Rodd Kneeland Birthdate: June 17, 1966

Hometown: Sonoma, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing career competing in Modified class on dirt track in Petaluma, Calif. … Raced in truck series for six seasons at Altamont Raceway Park near Tracy, Calif. … Ran select events in touring late model series. RODD KNEELAND ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

37

2

0

0

0

0

2010

44

2

0

0

0

0

4

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 11th (Roseville – Sept. 26, 2009)

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Other Drivers Gary Lewis Birthdate: Aug. 18, 1969

Hometown: Bothel, Wash.

NOTEWORTHY – Two-time champion in former NASCAR Northwest Tour, where he made 174 starts between 1993 and 2006. … Was one of five NASCAR drivers selected in 2003 to visit U.S. Troops in Afghanistan and Kuwait. … Has won both Late Model and Bomber championships at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Wash. GARY LEWIS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

25

4

0

0

2

2

4

0

0

2

2

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 3rd (Roseville – March 27, 2010)

Brad Lloyd Birthdate: Aug. 11, 1990

Hometown: Napa, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing go-karts at 8 years of age. … Raced one season in Formula V with SCCA. … Raced one season in ASC late model car. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series West debut at Infineon Raceway in 2009. BRAD LLOYD ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

69

1

0

0

0

0

2010

64

1

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 31st (Sonoma – June 20, 2009)

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Other Drivers Patrick Long Birthdate: July 28, 1981

Hometown: Thousand Oaks, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in go-karts at the age of 8. … Captured state and national titles. … Moved to Europe at 17 years of age to pursue racing career. … In 1998, became first American in 20 years to win International Europe karting event. … Won 15 consecutive WKA Constructor’s Cup series races and placed second in international North American Karting Championship. … Transitioned to automobiles in 1999 with similar success, winning nine of 11 races in Skip Barber Formula Dodge Series. … Raced in British Formula Ford Zetec series in England in 2000. … Raced in Europe as the lead driver of the Van Diemen team in Formula Ford in 2001, winning three races. … Made his debut in 2003 as a UPS Porsche Junior factory driver in Porsche Carrera Cup. … Competed in GT (now GT2) in 2004. … Scored first win at 24 Hours of Le Mans as a rookie. … Also registered six podium finishes in American Le Mans Series. … Won 2005 ALMS GT2 class with teammate Jorg Bergmeister. … In addition to competing in ALMS in 2006, also raced in Rolex Grand American Series. … Achieved more wins than any Porsche factory driver in 2006. … Among team of drivers to win LMGT2-class at 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2007. … Also raced in Grand American Rolex Series and American Le Mans Series in 2007. … Drove Penske Racing’s Porsche RS Spyder in ALMS in 2008. Split his effort in NASCAR in 2009, competing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. PATRICK LONG ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2009

22

4

1

2

2

2

2010

30

3

1

1

1

1

7

2

3

3

3

TOTALS

WINS: 2 – Tooele (8/1/09); Portland (7/18/10) POLES: 3 – Sonoma (6/20/09), Tooele (8/1/09); Tooele (9/12/10)

Toni Marie McCray Birthdate: Feb. 10, 1979

Hometown: Highland, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing go-karts at the age of 15. … Raced a Legends car in 2006 at the Summer Shootout. … Raced Super Late Model stock car in 2008 and 2009 at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, Calif., and Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.). … Finished second in ASA event in South Africa in 2010. TONI MARIE MCCRAY ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

48

2

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 13h (Phoenix – April 8, 2010)

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Other Drivers Hershel McGriff Birthdate: Dec. 14, 1917

Hometown: Bridal Veil, Ore.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing career at the age of 17 in 1945 at the now-shuttered Portland (Ore.) Speedway. … Won a race in the initial year of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, when it was known as the Pacific Coast Late Model series in 1954. … Won Pan American Road Race in 1950. … Competed in inaugural Southern 500 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway in 1950. … Competed in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car in 24 Hours of LeMans. … 1986 Champion NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. … Named Most Popular Driver in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 12 consecutive years. … Named as one of the 50 Greatest Drivers in NASCAR. … Received NASCAR Award of Excellence. … Third on list of career series wins, with 35 (31 in Modern Era). … Third on list of career series poles, with 37 (34 in Modern Era).

HERSHEL McGRIFF ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Modern Era (1971-Present) Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1971

9

15

6

3

10

10

1972

2

30

12

12

22

26

1973

18

8

2

3

4

5

1974

#

3

0

0

2

3

1975

#

4

0

0

1

2

1976

#

2

0

0

0

0

1977

13

10

0

0

4

5

1978

#

3

0

0

0

1

1979

#

1

0

0

0

0

1980

5

11

0

0

4

4

1981

6

14

0

1

4

6

1982

10

11

0

1

3

5

1983

3

10

2

0

2

6

1984

10

9

0

3

1

4

1985

2

12

3

4

7

9

1986

1

8

3

1

5

7

1987

2

8

2

1

4

5

1988

5

8

0

0

3

5

1989

4

11

1

3

6

8

1990

12

6

0

0

1

5

1991

4

9

0

0

5

8

1992

13

6

0

1

1

3

1993

9

8

0

1

5

8

1994

24

5

0

0

0

1

1995

41

1

0

0

1

1

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Other Drivers HERSHEL McGRIFF ● CONTINUED Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1996

65

1

0

0

0

0

1998

33

4

0

0

0

2

2000

58

1

0

0

0

0

2001

13

14

0

0

1

5

2002

26

3

0

0

0

1

2009

35

2

0

0

0

0

2010

45

TOTALS

2

0

0

0

0

240

31

34

96

145

WINS: 31 – Salem (6/26/71), Skagit (7/4/71), Portland (7/11/71), Langley 7/13/71), Roseburg (7/17/71), Spokane (9/8/71); Yakima (5/27/72), Medford (6/23/72), Portland (6/25/72), Spokane (6/28/72), Langley (7/2/72), Skagit (7/4/72), Eureka (7/11/72), Las Vegas (8/4/72), San Bernardino (8/5/72), Saugus (8/12/72), Bakersfield (8/19/72), Portland (9/10/72); Portland (7/1/73), Portland (9/9/73); Sonoma (5/23/83), Riverside (8/28/83); Sonoma, (4/28/85) Yakima (7/13/85), Willow Springs (9/29/85); Tacoma (8/10/86), Portland (8/24/86), Willow Springs (9/28/86); Sonoma (4/26/87), Bakersfield (9/20/87); Bakersfield (5/13/89) POLES: 34 – Portland (7/11/71),Roseburg (7/17/71), Clovis (8/20/71); Marysville (5/14/72), W. Richland (5/26/72), Yakima (5/27/72), Medford (6/23/72), Portland (6/25/72), Spokane (6/28/72), Spanaway (7/1/72), Eureka (7/11/72), Clovis (8/18/72), Bakersfield (8/19/72), Monroe (9/3/72), Marysville (10/22/72); Portland (7/1/73), Monterey (8/26/73), Portland (9/9/73); Riverside (8/30/81); Castle Rock (8/15/82); Seattle (7/8/84), Monroe (7/29/84), Sonoma (10/14/84; Sonoma (4/28/85), Seattle (6/23/85), Yakima (7/13/85), Bakersfield (10/5/85); Sonoma (4/27/86); Portland (8/2/87); Eureka (5/27/89), Portland (7/4/89), Saugus (8/12/89); Portland (6/28/92); Bakersfield (4/17/93)

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Other Drivers Andrew Myers Birthdate: Feb. 8, 1980

Hometown: Newport Beach, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Has competed in various forms of motorsports since beginning his racing career in 1993 – including jet ski (1993-1997) and off-road cars (1998-2003). … Raced Late Models at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) in 2003 and 2004. … Finished a close second in rookie standings in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2005 and was honored with Driver Achievement Award. … Won two of three events entered at beginning of 2006 season. … Earned bachelor’s degree in business management from California State, University of Long Beach. ANDREW MYERS ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2005

9

12

0

1

2

6

2006

14

11

2

0

2

3

2007

15

9

0

0

1

3

2008

22

5

0

0

0

2

2009

33

2

0

0

0

1

2010

74

1

0

1

0

0

40

2

2

5

15

TOTALS

WINS: 2 – Phoenix (4/20/06), Irwindale (5/27/06) POLES: 2 – Fountain (8/21/05); Phoenix (4/8/10)

Brennan Newberry Birthdate: Feb. 9, 1990

Hometown: Bakersfield, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing go-karts in 2000, setting track records and winning a championship. … Ran full-time in SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2007, finishing 12th in points. … Raced USAC Ford Focus Midget Car Series in 2008, finishing fourth in points with one win. … Returned to Southwest Tour in 2009 to finish ninth in points. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series at NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2010, with 21st-place finish. BRENNAN NEWBERRY ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

29

3

0

0

0

2

3

0

0

0

2

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 6th (Phoenix – Nov. 13, 2010)

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Other Drivers Pat O’Keefe Birthdate: Aug. 14, 1976

Hometown: Pleasant Hill, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Started racing go-karts at the age of 8. … Switched to jet skis when he was 14, winning state championship in 1992. … Went back to racing karts from the ages of 18 to 24. … After taking a break from racing for several years, competed in the Modified class at Altamont Motorsports Park near Tracy, Calif., in 2004 and 2005 – winning Rookie of the Year Award and Most Improved Driver title in 2004. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut at Kyle, Texas in 2008. PAT O’KEEFE ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

39

2

0

0

0

0

2009

61

1

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 17th (Kyle – April 19, 2008)

Paul Pedroncelli Jr. Birthdate: April 25, 1990

Hometown: Sonoma, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – As a 16-year-old, raced modified classes at two Northern California race tracks. … Won rookie title and finished third in points in Modified class at Altamont Raceway Park near Tracy, Calif., in 2006. … Won rookie title and finished fifth in points in Modifieds at Ukiah (Calif.) Speedway in 2006. PAUL PEDRONCELLI JR ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

26

4

0

0

0

0

2009

28

4

0

0

0

0

2010

38

3

0

0

0

0

11

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 12th (Roseburg – June 6, 2009)

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Other Drivers Ryan Philpott Birthdate: March 21, 1983

Hometown: Tracy, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in Box Stocks division at Delta Speedway in 1995 and 1996. … Raced in Dwarf car division in 1997 and later moved on to mini trucks in 2001. … Won NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model championship at Altamont Raceway Park near his hometown in 2007. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2007 and competed in four series races the following year. RYAN PHILPOTT ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2007

53

1

0

0

0

0

2008

28

4

0

0

0

0

5

0

0

0

0

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 13th (Tracy – Sept. 13, 2008)

German Quiroga Birthdate: May 29, 1980

Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico

NOTEWORTHY – Two-time champion in NASCAR Mexico Series, with back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010…. Led nine laps of NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Mexico. ... Finished 12th in NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011, driving Bill McAnally Racing entry. NO PREVIOUS REGULAR SEASON STARTS IN NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST GERMAN QUIROGA ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST 2007 STATISTICS Year TOTALS

DRIVERS

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

5

0

0

0

0

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Other Drivers Andrew Ranger Birthdate: Nov. 20, 1986

Hometown: Roxton Pond, Quebec

NOTEWORTHY – Won Formula A Karting championship. … Named top rookie in Atlantic Series in 2004 ... Became youngest podium finisher ever in CHAMP Car in 2005 ... Finished 10th in points for both the 2005 and 2006 CHAMP Car World Series seasons ... Won inaugural NASCAR Canadian Tire Series championship in 2007 and earned title again in 2009. … Made NASCAR Nationwide Series debut on Aug. 2, 2008 in Montreal and made four additional starts in the series that season ... Competed in the 2007 and 2009/2010 NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown as the reigning NASCAR Canadian Tire Series champion ... NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut season of 2010 included an East win at Lime Rock and a West win at Infineon Raceway. ANDREW RANGER ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2010

37

2

1

0

1

1

2

1

0

1

1

TOTALS WINS: 1 — Infineon (6/19/10)

Eric Schmidt Birthdate: Jan. 28, 1975

Hometown: Roseville, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Raced in Mini-Stock class at home track of All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., between 19911994, winning the class championship the final year. … Raced in Modified classes at various tracks from 1995-1999. … Raced Late Model class at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway in 2001. … Competed in Late Models at various tracks in 2002. … Won track championship in Late Model class at Stockton in 2003. … Raced touring late model series and open comp events in 2004 and 2005. … Ran two West Coast late model tours in 2006, winning SRL Southwest Tour Series championship. … Won NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Championship at All American Speedway in 2007. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut at home track in Roseville in 2008, making his way to the lead pack before a laterace incident relegated him to a 16th-place finish. … Returned to register runner-up finish at Roseville in 2009. ERIC SCHMIDT ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

44

2

0

0

0

0

2009

44

1

0

0

1

1

2010

54

1

0

0

1

1

4

0

0

2

2

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 2nd (Roseville – Sept. 26, 2009)

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Other Drivers Garland Self Birthdate: Aug. 10, 1951

Hometown: Morgan Hill, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in a Dodge Viper. … Raced SCCA in a Mustang Cobra R. … Veteran competitor in Historic Stock Car Racing Series in a vintage 1994 Ford Thunderbird. … Races in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West primarily on road courses. GARLAND SELF ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2000

48

1

0

0

0

1

2001

58

1

0

0

0

0

2006

60

1

0

0

0

0

2007

33

4

0

0

0

0

2008

50

2

0

0

0

0

2009

40

2

0

0

0

0

2010

39

2

0

0

0

0

13

0

0

0

1

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 8th (Monterey -– May 21, 2000)

Stan Silva Jr. Birthdate: Oct. 26, 1965

Hometown: Castroville, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Veteran of former NASCAR Southwest Tour, where he raced between 2002 and 2005 – specializing in road courses. … Recorded top-10 finish at Sonoma in one of four NASCAR K&N Pro Series West starts in 2006 STAN SILVA JR ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2006

19

4

0

0

0

1

2007

16

8

0

0

0

1

2008

33

3

0

0

0

0

2009

34

2

0

0

0

2

2010

19

7

0

0

0

3

24

0

0

0

7

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 7th – two times (most recent, Portland – July 18, 2010)

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Other Drivers Derek Thorn Birthdate: April 25, 1986

Hometown: Lakeport, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Raced Winged Outlaw Karts in Northern California from 1994-2000, winning two championships. … Won track championship racing in Street Stock division at Lakeport (Calif.) Speedway in 2002. … Competed in Modified division at Lakeport in 2003 and 2004. … Raced late models in North State Challenge Series in 2005 and 2006. … Raced in ASA Late Model Challenge in 2007 and 2008. … Also competed in six NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races in 2008, with a top-five finish at Music City. … Raced SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series in 2010. … Won the pole and finished eighth in his NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut in the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in January of 2011. NO PREVIOUS REGULAR SEASON STARTS IN NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST DEREK THORN ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST 2008 STATISTICS Year TOTALS

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

6

0

0

1

2

Tony Toste Birthdate: March 19, 1981

Hometown: Pismo Beach, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in 1994, with a hobby stock car on a dirt track. … Competed at Madera (Calif.) Speedway in 1995. … Raced in former NASCAR Southwest Tour, finishing 10th in the standings in 1996 and ninth in 1997. … Made debut in NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 1998. TONY TOSTE ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

1998

8

14

0

0

1

7

1999

23

6

0

0

0

1

2008

21

6

0

0

0

2

2009

72

1

0

0

0

0

2010

58

1

0

0

0

1

28

0

0

1

11

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 2nd (Las Vegas – Feb. 25, 1998)

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Other Drivers Auggie Vidovich Birthdate: Feb. 20, 1989

Hometown: Lakeside, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Competed in various go-kart classes before focusing on stock cars. … Raced late model stock cars on the road course at Willow Springs Raceway in 1997, taking the rookie-of-the-year title and finishing third in the final standings. … Raced NASCAR-sanctioned late models at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, Calif., in 1998. … Competed in former NASCAR Southwest Tour, winning championship in 2003 and runner-up in 2000, 2001 and 2005. … Scored first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win in 2010 at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale. … Made 21 starts in NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2006. … Also has made a handful of starts in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. AUGGIE VIDOVICH ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2001

51

1

0

0

0

0

2006

43

2

0

1

0

0

2008

69

1

0

0

0

0

2010

22

4

1

0

2

2

8

1

1

2

2

TOTALS POLES: 1 – Fontana (9/1/06) WINS: 1 – Irwindale (7/3/10)

Brian Wong Birthdate: Feb. 3, 1989

Hometown: Newport Beach, Calif.

NOTEWORTHY – Began racing in Legends series in 2004. … Has competed at the Orange Show track in San Bernardino, Calif.; Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.); Infineon Speedway in Sonoma, Calif.; and at the road course in Las Vegas. … Has also raced in a truck class, Late Model class and Super Late Model class at Irwindale. … Competed in Porsche GT3 Cup class at Elkhart Lake, Wis.; Monterey, Calif.; and Sonoma in 2007. … Pursuing business major at Northeastern University. … Made NASCAR K&N Pro Series debut with 16th-place finish at Sonoma in 2008. … Scored first podium finish at Portland in 2009. BRIAN WONG ● NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST STATISTICS Year

Rank

Races

Wins

Poles

Top 5s

Top 10s

2008

27

4

0

0

0

0

2009

20

5

0

0

1

2

2010

27

5

0

0

0

0

14

0

0

1

2

TOTALS

BEST FINISH: 3rd (Portland – July 19, 2009)

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All American Speedway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 800 All America City Blvd. Roseville, CA 97470 PR Contact: Paris Amstutz Office: 916-408-0140 Fax: 916-408-0377 E-Mail: pamstutz@billmcanallyracing.com Web Site Address: allamericanspeedway.com Track Layout: .333-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 150 laps (50 miles) First Race: July. 17, 1977

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, April 16 Saturday, Oct. 15

Winner: Paulie Harraka (67.576 mph) / Polesitter: Paulie Harraka (87.748 mph) Winner: Eric Holmes (47.259 mph) / Polesitter: Eric Holmes (87.059 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD Jason Bowles, Ford, 13.589 seconds, 88.218 mph, April 4, 2009

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Paulie Harraka --------------------3 Jason Bowles ---------------------2 Chuck Bown -----------------------1 Jim Bown ---------------------------1 Eric Holmes ------------------------1 Jim Insolo ---------------------------1 Jim Robinson ----------------------1 Bill Schmitt -------------------------1

Eric Holmes ----------------------- 3 Paulie Harraka -------------------- 2 Jason Bowles --------------------- 1 Jim Bown --------------------------- 1 Jim Insolo -------------------------- 1 Sumner McKnight ---------------- 1 Jim Robinson --------------------- 1 Tim Williamson ------------------- 1

Toyota ------------------------------ 5 Oldsmobile ------------------------ 2 Buick -------------------------------- 1 Chevrolet --------------------------- 1 Ford --------------------------------- 1 Pontiac ----------------------------- 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 3 - Paulie Harraka Most Top 10s: 6 - Moses Smith Most Wins: 3 - Eric Holmes Most Laps Led: 516 - Eric Holmes Most Top Fives: 4 - Paulie Harraka, Eric Holmes, David Track Race Record: 150-laps - Eric Holmes, Toyota, 44 minutes 21 seconds, 67.576 mph, April 4, 2009 Mayhew

RACE HISTORY Date 7/17/77 4/2/78 7/20/79 5/24/81 5/29/82 3/29/08 10/25/08 4/4/09 9/26/09 3/27/10 10/16/10

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First Sumner McKnight Jim Insolo Tim Williamson Jim Robinson Jim Bown Eric Holmes Jason Bowles Eric Holmes Paulie Harraka Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes

Second Frank Bigelow Frank Bigelow Jim Insolo Jim Bown Rick McCray David Mayhew Mike David Jason Bowles Eric Schmidt Josh Combs David Mayhew

Third Chuck Bown Gary Johnson Bill Schmitt Jim Insolo Don Waterman Mike David Moses Smith Paulie Harraka Greg Pursley Gary Lewis Eric Schmidt

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Fourth Ernie Stierly Ernie Stierly Rick McCray Don Waterman Jim Robinson Johnny Borneman Todd Souza David Mayhew Jason Bowles David Mayhew Paulie Harraka

Fifth Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt Jim Robinson Rick Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Dell Jim Reich Moses Smith Eric Holmes Blake Koch Moses Smith Luis Martinez Jr. Juan Pitta

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The Bullring @ Las Vegas Motor Speedway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 7000 Las Vegas Blvd. North Las Vegas, NV 89115 PR Contact: Jeff Motley / John Bisci Office: 702-632-8266 / 632-8231 Fax: 702-644-7774 E-Mail: jmotley@lvms.com / jbisci@lvms.com Web Site Address: lvms.com/bullring Twitter: @LVMotorSpeedway Track Layout: .375-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 200 laps (75 miles) First Race: March 1, 2001

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2010 RESULTS

Saturday, June 11

Event not held

QUALIFYING RECORD Mark Reed, Pontiac, 15.341 seconds, 87.999 mph, March 1, 2001

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Austin Cameron ------------------1 Jim Inglebright --------------------1 Mark Reed -------------------------1

Austin Cameron ------------------ 1 Jim Inglebright -------------------- 1 Mark Reed ------------------------- 1

Chevrolet -------------------------- 2 Pontiac ----------------------------- 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 1 - Austin Cameron, Jim Inglebright, Mark Most Top 10s: 3 - Scott Gaylord Reed Most Wins: 1 - Austin Cameron, Jim Inglebright, Mark Most Laps Led: 173 - Jim Inglebright Reed Track Race Record: 200 laps - To be established Most Top Fives: 2 - Austin Cameron, Tavo CT Hellmund, Mark Reed, Sean Woodside

RACE HISTORY Date 3/1/01 4/13/02 4/12/03

First Mark Reed Austin Cameron Jim Inglebright

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Third Sean Woodside Tavo CT Hellmund Mark Reed

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Fifth Kevin Richards Scott Gaylord Gene Woods

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Colorado National Speedway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 4281 Graden Blvd. Dacono, CO 80514 PR Contact: Brad Both Track Tel: 303-828-9901 Office Tel: 303-828-0116 Email: cnsonline@coloradospeedway.com Web Site Address: coloradospeedway.com Twitter: @cnsracing Track Layout: .375-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 150 laps (56.25 miles) First Race: May 20, 1995

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, Aug. 6

Winner: Eric Holmes (56.517 mph) / Polesitter: Luis Martinez Jr. (81.517 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD Brian Ickler, Chevrolet, 16.452 seconds, 82.057 mph, June 2, 2007

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Eric Holmes ------------------------2 Garrett Evans ---------------------1 Butch Gilliland ---------------------1 Brian Ickler -------------------------1 Scott Lynch ------------------------1 Luis Martinez Jr. ------------------1 Sean Woodside -------------------1

Mike Duncan ---------------------- 2 Eric Holmes ----------------------- 2 Mike Chase ------------------------ 1 Paulie Harraka -------------------- 1 Ron Hornaday Jr. ---------------- 1 Steve Portenga ------------------- 1

Chevrolet -------------------------- 4 Toyota ------------------------------ 3 Ford --------------------------------- 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 2 - Eric Holmes Most Wins: 2 - Mike Duncan, Eric Holmes Most Top Fives: 2 - Jason Bowles, Mike David, Mike Duncan, Paulie Harraka, Eric Holmes, Greg Pursley

Most Top 10s: 3 - Austin Cameron, Eric Holmes, Moses Smith Most Laps Led: 325 - Eric Holmes Track Race Record: 150-laps - Paulie Harraka, Toyota, 53 minutes 17 seconds, 63.341 mph, Aug. 15, 2009

RACE HISTORY Date 5/20/95 7/13/96 7/14/01 10/9/04 6/2/07 6/7/08 8/15/09 8/14/10

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First Mike Chase Ron Hornaday Jr Steve Portenga Mike Duncan Mike Duncan Eric Holmes Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes

Second Doug George Jeff Krogh Brendan Gaughan Austin Cameron Mike David Mike David Jim Warn Paulie Harraka

Third Garrett Evans Larry Gunselman Eric Norris TavoCT Hellmund Ryan Foster Jason Bowles Moses Smith Luis Martinez Jr

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Fifth Ernie Cope Lance Hooper Mark Reed David Gilliland Jason Bowles Daryl Harr Jeff Jefferson David Mayhew

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Evergreen Speedway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 14405 179th Ave. SE Monroe, WA 98272 PR Contact: Doug Hobbs / Traci Hobbs Office: 425-268-9994 / 206-355-2840 E-Mail: doug@highroadgroup.com Web Site Address: evergreenspeedway.com Twitter: @WAStateNASCAR Track Layout: .646-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 200 laps (129.2 miles) First Race: April 19,1964

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Sunday, July 10

Event not held

QUALIFYING RECORD Eric Holmes, Toyota, 23.191 seconds, 100.280 mph, July 26, 2008

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Ron Eaton ------------------------- 4 Bill Elliott --------------------------- 4 Cliff Garner ------------------------ 4 Jim Bown -------------------------- 2 Mike Duncan ---------------------- 2 Ray Elder -------------------------- 2 Eric Holmes ----------------------- 2 Jim Insolo -------------------------- 2 Jack McCoy ----------------------- 2 Hershel McGriff ------------------ 2 Bill Schmidt ------------------------ 2 Roy Smith -------------------------- 2 Kelly Tanner ----------------------- 2 Bill Amick -------------------------- 1 Chuck Bown ----------------------- 1 Dick Bown ------------------------- 1 Austin Cameron ------------------ 1 David Gilliland -------------------- 1 Jeff Jefferson --------------------- 1 Marty Kinerk ----------------------- 1 Mark Krogh ------------------------ 1 Jack Kuper ------------------------ 1 Chad Little ------------------------- 1 Sterling Marlin -------------------- 1 Neil Newberry --------------------- 1 Kevin Richards ------------------- 1 Gary Smith ------------------------ 1 Dirk Stephens --------------------- 1 Sean Woodside ------------------ 1

Jack McCoy ------------------------5 Ray Elder ---------------------------5 Ron Eaton --------------------------3 Chad Little --------------------------3 Bill Amick ---------------------------2 Dick Bown --------------------------2 Brendan Gaughan ---------------2 Butch Gilliland ---------------------2 Harry Jefferson -------------------2 Neil Newberry ---------------------2 Jim Robinson ----------------------2 Bill Sedgwick ----------------------2 Jeff Barkshire ----------------------1 Geoff Bodine -----------------------1 John Borneman -------------------1 Johnny Borneman ----------------1 Chuck Bown -----------------------1 Scott Cain --------------------------1 Austin Cameron ------------------1 Rick Carelli -------------------------1 Mike Chase ------------------------1 Derrike Cope ----------------------1 Mike Duncan -----------------------1 Bill Elliott ----------------------------1 Brian Ickler -------------------------1 Eric Norris --------------------------1 Mark Reed -------------------------1 Kevin Richards --------------------1 Roy Smith --------------------------1 Sean Woodside -------------------1

Dodge ----------------------------- 12 Ford--------------------------------- 12 Chevrolet ------------------------- 10 Pontiac-------------------------------5 Buick ---------------------------------3 Mercury------------------------------3 Plymouth ----------------------------3 Oldsmobile--------------------------2

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Evergreen Speedway TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 4 - Ron Eaton, Bill Elliott, Cliff Garner Most Wins: 5 - Jack McCoy, Ray Elder Most Top Fives: 9 - Roy Smith

Most Top 10s: 5 - Mike Duncan Most Laps Led: 1,183 - Chad Little Track Race Record: 150-laps - Ray Elder, Dodge, 1 hour 10 minutes 15 seconds, 80.071 mph, July 6, 1975

Evergreen Speedway — located at the fairgrounds in Monroe, Wash. — has hosted 50 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West events, dating back to 1964.

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Evergreen Speedway RACE HISTORY Date 4/19/64 7/12/64 4/25/65 7/30/67 7/4/68 9/2/68 7/4/69 9/1/69 7/4/70 9/6/71 5/28/72 9/3/72 9/2/73 9/1/74 7/6/75 8/31/75 6/27/76 9/6/76 6/26/77 7/3/78 6/24/79 8/26/79 6/29/80 7/12/81 8/1/82 7/31/83 7/29/84 7/18/85 7/13/86 7/12/87 7/17/88 7/17/89 7/15/90 5/4/91 7/14/91 7/12/92 6/27/93 6/29/96 7/5/97 8/15/98 7/18/99 7/16/00 6/30/01 6/29/02 6/28/03 7/17/04 7/30/05 7/29/06 8/4/07 7/26/08

First Dick Bown Bill Amick Bill Amick Jack McCoy Jack McCoy Jack McCoy Scott Cain Jack McCoy Dick Bown Ray Elder Ray Elder Ray Elder Jack McCoy Harry Jefferson Ray Elder Ray Elder Chuck Bown Neil Newberry Harry Jefferson John Borneman Neil Newberry Ron Eaton Ron Eaton Roy Smith Ron Eaton Jim Robinson Jim Robinson Derrike Cope Chad Little Bill Elliott Chad Little Chad Little Bill Sedgwick Mike Chase Geoff Bodine Bill Sedgwick Rick Carelli Butch Gilliland Sean Woodside Butch Gilliland Kevin Richards Brendan Gaughan Brendan Gaughan Eric Norris Mark Reed Austin Cameron Mike Duncan Johnny Borneman Brian Ickler Jeff Barkshire

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Third

Fourth

Fifth

Kuzie Kuzmanich Ray Elder Cliff Garner Cliff Garner Jim Cook Cliff Garner Ray Elder Carl Joiner Carl Adams Jack McCoy Sonny Easley Jack McCoy Chuck Wahl Hershel McGriff Neil Newberry Chuck Bown Hershel McGriff George Stuart Jack Kuper Jack Kuper Don Dowdy Bill Schmitt Jim Bown Roy Smith Derrike Cope Hershel McGriff Bill Elliott Roy Smith Trevor Boys Roy Smith Bill Elliott Bill Sedgwick Jim Bown Sterlin Marlin Chad Little Gary Smith Gary Smith Gary Smith Sean Woodside S Potashnick Mark Reed Johnny Borneman Mike Duncan Jeff Jefferson David Gilliland Mike Duncan Mike Duncan Eric Holmes

Dick Bown Cliff Garner Harold Hardesty Harold Hardesty Marty Kinerk Ray Elder Don Noel John Soares Jr Dick Bown Harry Jefferson Norm Ellefson Carl Joiner Chuck Bown Harry Jefferson Gary Johnson Jack Kuper Leon Fox Jim Insolo John Kieper Richard White John Kieper Jim Robinson Roy Smith Bill Schmitt Bill Hitchcox Ruben Garcia Hershel McGriff Chad Little Roy Smith Hershel McGriff Bill Schmitt Butch Gilliland Bill Sedgwick Chad Little Lance Wade Larry Gunselman Dan Obrist Kevin Harvick Brandon Ash Dan Obrist Austin Cameron Mike Duncan Scott Gaylord Mike Duncan Scott Lynch Steve Portenga Mike David Jason Bowles

Marvin Porter Clyde Prickett Frank James Frank James Ray Elder Johnny Steele Jack McCoy John Anderson Sonny Easley Chuck Bown Mike James Ray Elder John Kieper Ron Gautsche Ron Eaton Harry Jefferson Don Waterman Bill Schmitt Roy Smith Tim Williamson Roy Smith Sumner McKnight Hershel McGriff Ron Eaton Ron Esau Ron Waterman Ron Eaton Derrike Cope Bill Schmitt Derrike Cope Mike Chase John Krebs Jon Paques Rick Carelli Bill Sedgwick Lance Hooper Scott Gaylord Lance Wade Bill Sedgwick John Metcalf Brandon Ash Ed Watson Jeff Jefferson Kerry Earnhardt Tim Woods III Jeff Jefferson Travis Bennett Jeff Jefferson

Carl Joiner Hershel McGriff Ed Brown Ed Brown Don Noel Marty Kinerk Frank James Bob England Frank James Ron Gautsche Jack Jeffrey JC Danielson Ivan Baldwin Jack Kuper Ross Kusah Don Puskarich Bill Schmitt Roy Smith Jim Bown Neil Newberry Jim Bown Hershel McGriff Don Waterman Derrike Cope S McKnight Bill Schmitt Garrett Evans Jim Robinson Sumner McKnight Brad Tidrick Terry Fisher Terry Fisher Billy Jac Shaw John Krebs Hershel McGriff Jeff Krogh Butch Gilliland Kevin Richards Joe Bean Jeff Jefferson Bill Sedgwick Mike David Jason Jefferson Scott Gaylord Andrew Lewis Peyton Sellers Justin Lofton Jim Inglebright

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Infineon Raceway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: Highways 37 & 121 Sonoma, CA 95476 PR Contact: John Cardinale Office: 707-938-8448 Fax: 707-938-8691 E-Mail: jcardinale@infineonraceway.com Web Site Address: infineonraceway.com Twitter: @InfineonRaceway Track Layout: 1.99-mile road course Race Length: 64 laps (127.36 miles) First Race: Aug. 13, 1978

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, June 25

Winner: Andrew Ranger (69.155 mph) / Polesitter: Jason Bowles (91.697 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD David Gilliland, Ford, 77.887 seconds, 91.979 mph, June 23, 2007

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Hershel McGriff -------------------3 Jim Bown ---------------------------2 Butch Gilliland ---------------------2 Roy Smith --------------------------2 Tim Williamson -------------------2 Bob Bondurant --------------------1 Jason Bowles ---------------------1 Scott Gaylord ----------------------1 David Gilliland ---------------------1 Eric Holmes ------------------------1 Ron Hornaday Jr. ----------------1 Patrick Long -----------------------1 Bill Sedgwick ----------------------1 Glen Steurer -----------------------1 Brian Vickers ----------------------1

Jim Insolo -------------------------- 3 Hershel McGriff ------------------- 3 Bill Schmitt ------------------------- 3 Jason Bowles --------------------- 2 Butch Gilliland -------------------- 2 Jim Bown --------------------------- 1 Doug George --------------------- 1 David Gilliland -------------------- 1 Kevin Harvick --------------------- 1 Andrew Ranger ------------------- 1 Jim Robinson --------------------- 1 Roy Smith -------------------------- 1 Brian Vickers ---------------------- 1

Ford --------------------------------- 6 Pontiac ----------------------------- 5 Chevrolet -------------------------- 5 Buick -------------------------------- 4 Oldsmobile ------------------------ 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 3 - Hershel McGriff Most Top 10s: 9 - Bill Schmitt Most Wins: 3 - Jim Insolo, Hershel McGriff, Bill Schmitt Most Laps Led: 142 - Hershel McGriff Most Top Fives: 8 - Bill Schmitt Track Race Record: 64-laps - Andrew Ranger, Chevrolet, 1 hour 50 minutes 30 seconds, 69.155 mph, June 19, 2010 (Stand Alone NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Events)

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Infineon Raceway RACE HISTORY Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 8/13/78 Jim Insolo Gary Johnson Harry Goularte Pat Mintey Bill Schmitt 8/12/79 Jim Insolo Tim Williamson David Pearson Bill Schmitt Bobby Allison 8/24/80 Jim Insolo Bob Bondurant Harry Goularte Bill Schmitt Neil Bonnett 9/27/81 Bill Schmitt Don Puskarich Roy Smith Don Waterman Rick McCray 8/8/82 Roy Smith Jim Reich Jim Robinson John Krebs Doug Wheeler 5/22//83 Hershel McGriff Pat Mintey Rick McCray Ron Esau Sumner McKnight 10/14/84 Jim Bown Jim Robinson Rick McCray Scott Miller Bill Schmitt 4/28/85 Hershel McGriff Jim Robinson Glen Steurer Jim Bown Derrike Cope 4/27/86 Jim Robinson Terry Petris Bill Schmitt Ruben Garcia Chad Little 4/26/87 Hershel McGriff Sumner McKnight Chad Little J.C. Danielsen Ron Rainwater 4/24/88 Bill Schmitt Jim Bown Roy Smith Tom Kendall Glen Steurer 10/1/89 Bill Schmitt Bill Sedgwick Rick McCray Duke Hoenshell J.C. Danielsen 10/7/95 Doug George Butch Gilliland Scott Gaylord Dave Vegher Joe Bean 10/5/96 Butch Gilliland Jeff Krogh Lance Hooper Scott Gaylord Rudy Revak 10/5/97 Butch Gilliland Sean Woodside Jay Sauter Craig Raudman John Kinder 10/11/98 Kevin Harvick Brandon Ash Austin Cameron Kevin Richards Eric Norris 6/24/06 Brian Vickers Brian Ickler Peyton Sellers Justin Lofton Tom Hubert 6/23/07 David Gilliland P.J. Jones Boris Said Eric Holmes Justin Lofton 6/21/08 Jason Bowles Eric Holmes Jim Inglebright Tom Hubert Ken Schrader 6/20/09 Jason Bowles David Mayhew Eric Holmes Boris Said Johnny Borneman 6/19/10 Andrew Ranger Paulie Harraka Brandon Davis Eric Holmes Michael Self NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES/NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST COMBINATION EVENTS AT INFINEON Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 6/11/89 Hershel McGriff (14) Bill Schmitt (17) Troy Beebe (24) Terry Fisher (25) Rick McCray (28) 6/10/90 Terry Fisher (15) Bill Schmitt (20) John Krebs (23) Mike Chase (25) Butch Gilliland (28) 6/10/91 Bill Schmitt (13) Bill Sedgwick (15) Hershel McGriff (32) Scott Gaylord (33) John Krebs (38) 6/7/92 Bill Sedgwick (19) Bill Schmitt (24) John Krebs (31) Ron Hornaday Jr (32) R.K. Smith (33) 5/16/93 Rick Carelli (21) Bill Sedgwick (26) Dirk Stephens (30) Bill Schmitt (31) Butch Gilliland (32) 5/15/94 Butch Gilliland (27) Mike Chase (31) Ron Hornaday Jr (39) Gary Collins (40) Rick Carelli (41) 5/7/95 Doug George (31) Terry Fisher (38) Ken Pedersen (41) Butch Gilliland (42) Dan Obrist (43) 5/5/96 Jeff Krogh (35) Larry Gunselman (36) Rich Woodland Jr(37) Scott Gaylord (38) N/A 5/4/97 Butch Gilliland (24) Sean Woodside (33) Larry Gunselman (38) N/A N/A Top NASCAR K&N Pro Series West finishers in each combination event. Overall finish in parentheses. Drivers received points based on finish in relation to other West finishers.

Andrew Ranger enjoys Victory Lane at Infineon Raceway after winning the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West event there in 2010. TRACKS

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Iowa Speedway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 3333 Rusty Wallace Dr. Newton, IA 50208 PR Contact: Steve French Office: 641-791-8029 Fax: 641-792-8728 E-Mail: sfrench@iowaspeedway.com Web Site Address: iowaspeedway.com Twitter: @iowaspeedway Track Layout: .875-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 175 laps (153.125 miles) First Race: May. 20, 2007

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, May 21 East-West Combination Race

Winner: Max Gresham, East & Overall, (81.823 mph); David Mayhew, West Polesitter: David Mayhew, West & Overall (132.626 mph), Cole Whitt, East

QUALIFYING RECORD Kyle Busch, Toyota, 23.250 seconds, 135.484 mph, May 17, 2009

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

David Mayhew --------------------2 Jeff Barkshire ---------------------1 Kevin Harvick ---------------------1 Greg Pursley ----------------------1

David Mayhew-------------------- 3 Kevin Harvick --------------------- 1 Jim Inglebright -------------------- 1

Chevrolet -------------------------- 5

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 2 - David Mayhew, Greg Pursley Most Wins: 3 - David Mayhew Most Top Fives: 3 - David Mayhew

Most Top 10s: 4 - David Mayhew Track Race Record: 200-laps - Kyle Busch, Toyota, 1 hour 44 minutes 10 seconds, 100.800 mph, May 17, 2009

RACE HISTORY Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 9/4/09 David Mayhew Jason Bowles Max Gresham Brett Moffitt Jeff Barkshire NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES EAST-WEST COMBINATION EVENTS AT IOWA Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 5/20/07 Kevin Harvick (2) Johnny Borneman (4) Mike Duncan (5) Justin Lofton (6) Brett Thompson (7) 5/18/08 Jim Inglebright (10) Jeff Barkshire (12) Austin Cameron (14) Mike David (15) Jason Patison (16) 5/17/09 David Mayhew (3) Paulie Harraka (5) Brett Thompson (7) Jason Bowles (9) JohnnyBorneman(10) 5/23/10 David Mayhew (5) Jonathon Gomez (8) Eric Holmes (10) Chad Boat (12) Blake Koch (13) Top NASCAR K&N Pro Series West finishers in each combination event. Overall finish in parentheses. Drivers received points based on finish in relation to other West finishers.

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Miller Motorsports Park TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 2901 Sheep Lane Tooele, UT 84074 PR Contact: John Gardner Office Tel: 435-277-8101 Email: jgardner@millermotorsportspark.com Web Site Address: millermotorsportspark.com Twitter: @UtahMMP Track Layout: 2.2-mile road course Race Length: 36 laps (109.728 miles) First Race: July 14, 2007

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, April 30

Winner: Greg Pursley (77.957 mph) / Polesitter: Patrick Long (94.574 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD To be established for 2.2-mile course

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Patrick Long ----------------------- 2 Jason Bowles --------------------- 1 Mike David ------------------------- 1

Jason Bowles --------------------- 1 Patrick Long ----------------------- 1 Greg Pursley ---------------------- 1 Todd Souza ----------------------- 1

Ford ----------------------------------3 Chevrolet ---------------------------1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 2 - Patrick Long Most Wins: 1 - Jason Bowles, Patrick Long, Greg Pursley, Todd Souza Most Top Fives: 3 - Moses Smith

Most Top 10s: 3 - Jason Bowles, Moses Smith Most Laps Led: 50 - Patrick Long Track Race Record: 36-laps - Greg Pursley, Ford, 1 hour 24 minutes 26 seconds, 77.957 mph, Sept. 12, 2010

RACE HISTORY Date 7/14/07 8/2/08 8/1/09 9/12/10

First Jason Bowles Todd Souza Patrick Long Greg Pursley

Second Alex Haase Mike David Paulie Harraka Eric Curran

Third Mike David Austin Cameron Jason Bowles Paulie Harraka

Fourth Johnny Borneman Moses Smith Greg Pursley Moses Smith

Fifth Scott Gaylord Daryl Harr Moses Smith Kyle Kelley

Patrick Long (9) charges around the track at Miller Motorsports Park. TRACKS

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Montana Raceway Park TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 3790 Hwy. 93 N Kalispell, MT 59901 PR Contact: Doug Pace Office Tel: 406-257-7223 Office Fax: 406-257-7217 Email: dpace@montanaracewaypark.com Web: montanaracewaypark.com Twitter: @montanaraceway Track Layout: .375-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 150 laps (56.25 miles) First Race: Aug. 7, 2010

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, Aug. 13

Winner: Eric Holmes (50.130 mph) / Polesitter: Greg Pursley (65.350 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD Greg Pursley, Ford, 13.772 seconds, 65.350 mph, Aug. 7, 2010

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Greg Pursley ----------------------1

Eric Holmes ----------------------- 1

Toyota ------------------------------ 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 1 - Greg Pursley Most Wins: 1 - Eric Holmes Most Top Fives: 1 - Jonathon Gomez, Eric Holmes, Gary Lewis, David Mayhew, Moses Smith

Most Top 10s: 1 - Jonathon Gomez, Daryl Harr, Eric Holmes, Blake Koch, Gary Lewis, Luis Martinez Jr., David Mayhew, Michael Self, Moses Smith, Todd Souza Most Laps Led: 94 - David Mayhew Track Race Record: 150-laps - Eric Holmes, Chevrolet, 44 minutes 53 seconds, 50.130 mph, Aug. 7, 2010

RACE HISTORY Date 8/7/10

First Eric Holmes

Second David Mayhew

Third Moses Smith

Fourth Jonathon Gomez

Fifth Gary Lewis

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Phoenix International Raceway TRACK INFORMATION Office Address: 125 South Avondale Blvd. Suite 200 Avondale, AZ 85323 PR Contact: Paul Corliss Office: 623-463-5400 / Fax: 623-463-5501 E-Mail: pcorliss@phoenixinternationalraceway.com Web Site Address: phoenixintlraceway.com Twitter: @phoenixraceway Track Layout: 1-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 100 laps / 125 laps First Race: Nov. 27, 1977

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Thursday, Feb. 24 Saturday, Nov. 12

Winner: Eric Holmes (51.323 mph) / Polesitter: Andrew Myers (126.689 mph) Winner: Greg Pursley (64.646 mph) / Polesitter: Greg Pursley (129.964 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD Greg Pursley, Chevrolet, 27.700 seconds, 129.964 mph, Nov. 13, 2010

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Mike Duncan ----------------------4 Richard Petty ----------------------3 Neil Bonnett -----------------------2 Scott Lynch ------------------------2 Greg Pursley ----------------------2 Jim Bown ---------------------------1 Spencer Clark ---------------------1 Ron Eaton --------------------------1 Ryan Foster -----------------------1 David Gilliland ---------------------1 Kevin Harvick ---------------------1 Andrew Myers ---------------------1 Eric Norris---------------------------1 Steve Portenga -------------------1 Mark Reed -------------------------1 Joe Ruttman -----------------------1 Mike Wallace ----------------------1

Ken Schrader --------------------- 4 Richard Petty --------------------- 3 Scott Lynch ------------------------ 2 Bobby Allison --------------------- 1 Neil Bonnett ----------------------- 1 Jason Bowles --------------------- 1 Austin Cameron ------------------ 1 Mike David ------------------------- 1 Ron Eaton ------------------------- 1 David Gilliland -------------------- 1 Eric Holmes ----------------------- 1 Burney Lamar --------------------- 1 Joey Logano ---------------------- 1 Andrew Myers -------------------- 1 Greg Pursley ---------------------- 1 Kevin Richards ------------------- 1 Bill Schmitt ------------------------- 1 Rich Woodland Jr. --------------- 1 Cale Yarborough ----------------- 1 Mike Wallace ---------------------- 1

Chevrolet -------------------------12 Pontiac ----------------------------- 4 Ford --------------------------------- 3 Dodge ------------------------------ 3 Buick -------------------------------- 2 Toyota ------------------------------ 2

NOTE: Qualifying on 1/24/04 cancelled due to weather.

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 4 - Mike Duncan Most Wins: 4 - Ken Schrader Most Top Fives: 6 - Bobby Allison, Mike David Most Top 10s: 9 - Austin Cameron

Most Laps Led: 361 - Richard Petty Track Race Record: 100-laps - David Gilliland, Chevrolet, 55 minutes 17 seconds, 108.532 mph, Jan. 30, 2005 Track Race Record: 125-laps - Ken Schrader, Chevrolet, 1 hour 29 minutes 8 seconds, 84.144 mph, Jan. 22, 2006

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Phoenix International Raceway RACE HISTORY Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 11/27/77 Cale Yarborough Neil Bonnett Bobby Allison Chuck Bown Bill Schmitt 11/26/78 Richard Petty Jim Insolo Bobby Allison Neil Bonnett Bill Schmitt 11/25/79 Neil Bonnett Bobby Allison Richard Petty Tim Williamson Dave Watson 11/23/80 Richard Petty Bobby Allison Kyle Petty Hershel McGriff John Borneman 11/29/81 Richard Petty Neil Bonnett Kyle Petty Bobby Allison Bill Schmitt 11/2882 Bobby Allison Neil Bonnett Hershel McGriff Joe Ruttman Jim Robinson 11/27/83 Ron Eaton Trevor Boys Harry Goularte Jim Bown Derrike Cope 11/25/84 Bill Schmitt Jim Robinson Jim Bown Harry Goularte Ron Esau 4/19/98 Rich Woodland Jr Kevin Harvick Gary Smith Sean Woodside Brandon Ash 3/27/99 Mike Wallace Mike Chase Austin Cameron Ron Hornaday Brandon Ash 3/18/00 Kevin Richards Bobby Dotter Sammy Potashnick Brendan Gaughan Jason Small 2/4/01 Ken Schrader Eric Norris Austin Cameron Mark Reed Kevin Richards 2/2/02 Austin Cameron Sammy Potashnick Eric Norris Sean Woodside Greg Pursley 2/2/03 Ken Schrader Scott Lynch Jim Inglebright Austin Cameron Steve Portenga 10/5/03 Scott Lynch Steve Portenga Mike Duncan Kevin Richards Jim Inglebright 1/25/04 Ken Schrader Austin Cameron Matt Kobyluck Mike David Jim Inglebright 10/3/04 Scott Lynch Scott Gaylord Johnny Borneman Brett Thompson David Gilliland 1/30/05 David Gilliland Mike Duncan Jason Jefferson Mike David Brandon Ash 4/12/05 Burney Lamar Scott Lynch Ryan Moore Steve Portenga Spencer Clark 1/22/06 Ken Schrader Eric Holmes Matt Kobyluck Spencer Clark Peyton Sellers 4/20/06 Andrew Myers Peyton Sellers Mike David Eric Holmes Steve Portenga 4/19/07 Joey Logano Marc Davis Mike David Jeff Barkshire Jesus Hernandez 4/10/08 Mike David Nick Lynch Jeff Jefferson Brett Thompson Jeff Barkshire 4/16/09 Jason Bowles Eric Holmes Steve Park Mike David Greg Pursley 4/8/10 Eric Holmes Jason Bowles Greg Pursley Jonathon Gomez David Mayhew 11/13/10 Greg Pursley Michael Waltrip Ty Dillon Auggie Vidovich Dusty Davis NASCAR SPRINT CUP SERIES/NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST COMBINATION EVENTS AT PHOENIX Date First Second Third Fourth Fifth 11/6/88 Chad Little (19) Trevor Boys (20) Roy Smith (30) Gary Collins (33) Hershel McGriff (34) 11/5/89 Bill Schmitt (26) Ron Esau (35) Bill Sedgwick (36) Roy Smith (41) N/A 11/4/90 Bill Schmitt (18) Bill Sedgwick (20) Brent Kaeding (29) John Krebs (31) Gary Collins (33) 11/3/91 Bill Sedgwick (21) Mike Chase (26) Hershel McGriff (27) Butch Gilliland (29) Mark Reed (34) 11/1/92 John Krebs (23) Ron Hornaday Jr (25) Jeff Davis (26) Bill Sedgwick (27) Butch Gilliland (29) 10/31/93 Rick Carelli (21) Ron Hornaday Jr (22) Terry Fisher (37) Rich Woodland Jr(38) Mike Chase (39) 10/3094 P.J. Jones (29) Mike Chase (31) Rick Carelli (33) Ron Hornaday Jr (34) N/A 10/29/95 Doug George (43) Ernie Cope (44) N/A N/A N/A 10/27/96 Lance Hooper (43) Jeff Krogh (44) N/A N/A N/A

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Portland International Raceway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 1940 N. Victory Rd. Portland, OR 97217 PR Contact: Austin Holmes Office: 503-517-0048 Fax: 503-517-0325 Cell: 503-519-0972 E-Mail: austin.holmes@chrisevansinc.com Web Site Address: portlandraceway.com Track Layout: 1.967-mile road course Race Length: 63 laps (125 miles)

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Sunday, July 24

Winner: Patrick Long (66.531 mph) / Polesitter: David Mayhew (94.503 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD David Mayhew, Chevrolet, 75.426 seconds, 94.503 mph, July 18, 2010

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

David Mayhew --------------------2 Derrike Cope ----------------------1

Jim Inglebright -------------------- 1 Patrick Long ----------------------- 1 Hershel McGriff ------------------- 1

Chevrolet -------------------------- 1 Dodge ------------------------------ 1 Pontiac ----------------------------- 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 2 - David Mayhew Most Laps Led: 51 - Patrick Long Most Wins: 1 - Jim Inglebright, Patrick Long, Hershel Track Race Record: 63-laps - Patrick Long, Dodge, 1 hours 56 McGriff minutes 4 seconds, 66.531 mph, July 18, 2010 Most Top Fives: 1 - (multiple) Most Top 10s: 2 - Eric Holmes, Greg Pursley, Stan Silva Jr.

RACE HISTORY Date 8/24/86 7/19/09 9/18/10

First Hershel McGriff Jim Inglebright Patrick Long

Second Ruben Garcia Greg Pursley Eric Holmes

Third Derrike Cope Brian Wong Paulie Harraka

Fourth Bill Schmitt Brett Thompson David Mayhew

Fifth Chad Little Jason Bowles Luis Martinez Jr.

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Spokane County Raceway TRACK INFORMATION Track Address: 750 N. Hayford Rd. Airway Heights, WA 99001 PR Contact: Stephanie Anderson Office: 509-244-3333 Fax: 509-244-3303 E-Mail: racespokane2@gmail.com Web Site Address: spokanecountyraceway.com Track Layout: .5-mile oval Race Length: 150 laps (75 miles) First Race: Sept. 16, 2007

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, Sept. 3

Event not held

QUALIFYING RECORD Roy Smith, Pontiac, 19.304 seconds, 93.244 mph, Aug. 31, 1979

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Roy Smith --------------------------1

Jim Insolo -------------------------- 1

Pontiac ----------------------------- 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 1 - Roy Smith Most Wins: 1 - Jim Insolo Most Top Fives: 1 - (multiple)

Most Top 10s: 1 - (multiple) Most Laps Led: 96 - Jim Insolo Track Race Record: 150 laps - To be established

RACE HISTORY Date 8/31/79

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Second Kirk Rogers

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Toyota Speedway at Irwindale TRACK INFORMATION Mailing Address: 500 Speedway Dr. Irwindale, CA 91706 PR Contact: Doug Stokes Office: 626-391-3772 Fax: 626-357-4227 E-Mail: stokescommunications@earthlink.net Web: toyotaspeedwayatirwindale.com Twitter: @toyotaspeedway Track Layout: .5-mile high-banked oval Race Length: 200 laps (100 miles) First Race: June 19, 1999

2011 EVENTS

2010 RESULTS

Saturday, July 2

Winner: Auggie Vidovich (71.528 mph) / Polesitter: Greg Pursley (97.271 mph)

QUALIFYING RECORD Butch Gilliland, Ford, 17.871 seconds, 100.722 mph, June 19, 1999

POLE WINNERS

RACE WINNERS

MANUFACTURER WINS

Jason Bowles ---------------------3 Austin Cameron ------------------2 Mike Duncan ----------------------2 Eric Holmes ------------------------2 Scott Lynch ------------------------2 Sean Woodside -------------------2 Bobby Dotter ----------------------1 Brendan Gaughan ---------------1 Butch Gilliland ---------------------1 Sammy Potashnick --------------1 Greg Pursley ---------------------1 Mark Reed ------------------------1 Peyton Sellers --------------------1

Austin Cameron ------------------ 5 Jason Bowles --------------------- 3 Brendan Gaughan --------------- 3 Bobby Dotter ---------------------- 2 Steve Portenga ------------------- 2 Joe Bean --------------------------- 1 Brian Ickler ------------------------- 1 Scott Lynch ------------------------ 1 Andrew Myers -------------------- 1 Auggie Vidovich ------------------ 1

Chevrolet -------------------------15 Ford --------------------------------- 4 Dodge ------------------------------ 1

TRACK RECORDS Most Poles: 3 - Jason Bowles Most Wins: 5 - Austin Cameron Most Top Fives: 6 - Brendan Gaughan Most Top 10s: 11 - Scott Gaylord

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Toyota Speedway at Irwindale RACE HISTORY Date 6/19/99 8/21/99 5/24/00 8/19/00 11/11/00 5/12/01 7/21/01 11/10/01 7/27/02 7/26/03 7/31/04 10/23/04 7/23/05 5/27/06 7/22/06 7/4/07 7/4/08 8/16/08 7/4/09 7/3/10

First Steve Portenga Austin Cameron Bobby Dotter Joe Bean Bobby Dotter Brendan Gaughan Brendan Gaughan Brendan Gaughan Austin Cameron Scott Lynch Austin Cameron Austin Cameron Steve Portenga Andrew Myers Austin Cameron Brian Ickler Jason Bowles Jason Bowles Jason Bowles Auggie Vidovich

Second Bill Sedgwick Kevin Richards Brendan Gaughan Bill Sedgwick Matt Crafton Mark Reed Johnny Borneman Brandon Ash Eric Norris Kevin Richards Tim Woods III Dale Quarterley Scott Lynch Eric Holmes Eric Holmes Mike Duncan Eric Holmes Jeff Barkshire Jeff Barkshire Blake Koch

Third Butch Gilliland Butch Gilliland Mike Duncan Scott Gaylord Brendan Gaughan Sean Woodside Sean Woodside Scott Lynch Kevin Richards Mike David Scott Gaylord Brett Thompson Brett Thompson Scott Gaylord Johnny Borneman Eric Holmes Johnny Borneman Jason Patison Paulie Harraka Brett Thompson

Fourth Ron Hornaday Joe Bean Kevin Richards Jeff Jefferson John Metcalf Kevin Richards Mike David Mark Reed Greg Pursley Scott Gaylord Mike Duncan David Gilliland Mike Duncan Tim Woods III Steve Portenga Jason Patison Jeff Barkshire Brett Thompson Patrick Long Moses Smith

Fifth Mike Wallace Sammy Potashnick Greg Voigt Brendan Gaughan Joe Bean Bill Sedgwick Steve Portenga Steve Portenga Johnny Borneman Brett Thompson Johnny Borneman Scott Gaylord David Gilliland Mike Duncan Mike David Mike David Jim Inglebright David Mayhew Greg Pursley Chris Johnson

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2010 Champion - Eric Holmes Eric Holmes won his third championship in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West in 2010, becoming just the seventh driver in the 57-year history of the series to win the title three or more times. The Escalon, Calif., driver has taken the top honor in three of his four full seasons of competition – 2006, 2008 and 2010. With his latest title in the No. 20 NAPA Toyota, Holmes delivered Bill McAnally his fifth championship as a car owner. The 2010 season did not start off in championship fashion for Holmes, however, as an incident in the season opener led to a 20th-place finish. As it turned out, that was just about the only speed bump in his road to the title. He scored a major victory with a first-time win at Phoenix International Raceway in April. He added to that with a victory at Douglas County Speedway in Roseburg, Ore., in June and back-to-back wins in August at Montana Raceway Park in Kalispell, Mont., and Colorado National Speedway near Denver. Holmes scored his fifth win of the year at All American Speedway in Roseville, Calif., in October. In addition to his victories, his performance featured a string of 10 consecutive top-10 finishes. He clinched the title by a 123-point margin, the largest of his three title wins. In his 61 career starts in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West dating back to 1997, Holmes has registered 14 victories and won 13 pole awards. He has also 2010 Champion Eric Holmes recorded 38 top-five and 48 top-10 finishes. Holmes is a second-generation driver – who grew up watching his father, Steve, compete at Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway. He spent much of his early racing career competing in late model stock cars at tracks throughout California. Between 2003 and 2006, most of his racing was focused on the former NASCAR Southwest Tour. In addition to finishing in the runner-up spot in the standings for that series in 2003 and 2006, Holmes won the Elite Division portion of the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown in 2004. He won his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship with long-time car owner Allen Beebe in 2006. After splitting his racing efforts between the East and West coasts in 2007 – Holmes opted to join Bill McAnally Racing in 2008 and concentrate on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West., where he won his second title. 2010 Season Record — Eric Holmes Date

Track

Location

March 27

All American Speedway

Roseville, CA

April 8

Phoenix Int’l Raceway

May 23

Start

Finish

Status

6

20

Running

Phoenix, AZ

4

1

Running

Iowa Speedway #

Newton, IA

2 (8)

3 (10)

Running

June 5

Douglas County Speedway

Roseburg, OR

2

1

Running

June 19

Infineon Raceway

Sonoma, CA

13

4

Running

July 3

Toyota Speedway

Irwindale, CA

12

10

Running

July 18

Portland Int’l Raceway

Portland, Or

6

2

Running

Aug. 7

Montana Raceway Park

Kalispell, MT

7

1

Running

Aug. 14

Colorado National Speedway

Dacono, CO

2

1

Running

Sept. 12

Miller Motorsports Park

Tooele, UT

8

6

Running

Oct. 16

All American Speedway

Roseville, CA

1

1

Running

Nov. 13

Phoenix Int’l Raceway

Phoenix, AZ

13

15

Running

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EVENT

DRIVER, CAR, TIME & SPEED

RACE WINNER

March 27

All American Speedway Roseville, Calif.

Paulie Harraka, Toyota 13.748 seconds, 87.198 mph

Paulie Harraka, Toyota 58.549 mph 150L

April 8

Phoenix International Raceway Phoenix, Ariz.

Andrew Myers, Toyota 28.416 seconds, 126.689 mph

Eric Holmes, Toyota 51.323 mph 100L

May 23 #

Iowa Speedway Newton, Iowa

David Mayhew, Chevrolet 23.751 seconds, 132.626 mph

Max Gresham, Toyota 81.823 mph 200L David Mayhew (West– overall 5th)

June 5

Douglas County Speedway Roseburg, Ore.

David Mayhew, Chevrolet 15.327 seconds, 88.080 mph

Eric Holmes, Toyota 56.438 mph 150L

June 19

Infineon Raceway Sonoma, Calif.

Jason Bowles, Chevrolet 78.127 seconds, 91.697 mph

Andrew Ranger, Chevrolet 69.155 mph (R) 64L

July 3

Toyota Speedway at Irwindale Irwindale, Calif.

Greg Pursley, Ford 18.505 seconds, 97.271 mph

Auggie Vidovich, Chevrolet 71.528 mph 200L

July 18

Portland International Raceway Portland, Ore.

David Mayhew, Chevrolet 75.426 seconds, 94.503 mph (R)

Patrick Long, Dodge 66.531 mph (R) 65L *

Aug. 7

Montana Raceway Park Kalispell, Mont.

Greg Pursley, Ford 13.772 seconds, 65.350 mph (R)

Eric Holmes, Toyota 50.130 mph (R) 150L

Aug. 14

Colorado National Speedway Dacono, Colo.

Luis Martinez Jr., Ford 16.561 seconds, 81.517 mph

Eric Holmes, Toyota 56.517 mph 150L

Sept. 12

Miller Motorsports Park Tooele, Utah

Patrick Long, Ford 116.023 seconds, 94.574 mph (R)

Greg Pursley, Ford 77.975 mph (R) 36L

Oct. 16

All American Speedway Roseville, Calif.

Eric Holmes, Toyota 13.770 seconds, 87.059 mph

Eric Holmes, Toyota 47.259 mph 150L

Nov. 13

Phoenix International Raceway Phoenix, Ariz.

Greg Pursley, Ford 27.700 seconds, 129.964 mph (R)

Greg Pursley, Ford 64.646 mph 125L

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2010 Championship Standings Pos 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 140

Driver ERIC HOLMES DAVID MAYHEW PAULIE HARRAKA MOSES SMITH GREG PURSLEY JONATHON GOMEZ LUIS MARTINEZ, JR MICHAELSELF TODD SOUZA TRAVIS MILBURN TROY ERMISH GREG RAYL BLAKE KOCH JACK SELLERS JUSTIN FUNKHOUSER WES BANKS JOSH COMBS DARYL HARR STAN SILVA, JR JOHNATHAN HALE TAYLOR BARTON AUGGIE VIDOVICH BRETT THOMPSON KYLE KELLEY GARY LEWIS BRANDON DAVIS BRIAN WONG THOMAS MARTIN BRENNAN NEWBERRY PATRICK LONG JASON BOWLES JIM INGLEBRIGHT CARL HARR CHAD BOAT DUSTY DAVIS SCOTT IVIE ANDREW RANGER PAUL PEDRONCELLI, JR GARLAND SELF TOM DYER JACOB GOMES ROBBIE BRAND TRAVIS BENNETT RODD KNEELAND HERSHEL MCGRIFF TIMMY HILL DENNIS DYER TONI MARIE MCCRAY BILLY KANN

Points 1,945 1,822 1,707 1,678 1,641 1,630 1,593 1,552 1,496 1,412 1,304 1,269 1,223 1,154 880 861 848 789 781 669 644 620 606 464 454 452 449 442 412 411 410 363 322 303 297 294 288 279 273 258 254 248 239 236 224 219 219 209 207

Races 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 11 12 9 11 7 7 7 6 7 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Wins 5 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Top-10 10 9 7 8 7 6 8 5 6 3 3 0 7 0 1 1 1 5 3 0 2 2 2 1 2 1 0 0 2 1 2 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2010 REVIEW


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2010 Championship Standings Pos 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

Driver BRIAN JACKSON JUSTIN JOHNSON ERIC CURRAN MICHAEL WALTRIP ERIC SCHMIDT TY DILLON CHRIS JOHNSON JUAN PITTA TONY TOSTE BRETT MOFFITT TOM KLAUER JOHNNY BORNEMAN BORIS SAID DAVE SMITH BRAD LLOYD RICK BOYSAL BRADY FLAHERTY JOHN DAVIS TIM SPURGEON JOE MILLER JOAO BARBOSA BOBBY GREWOHL EDDIE MACDONALD DAVID GILLILAND ANDREW MYERS ZACH GERMAIN BOBBY HILLIS NICK LYNCH CODY CAMBENSY JEFF BARKSHIRE DEREK RAMSTROM MATTIAS EKSTROM JAMIE DICK KEITH FLACH

Points 195 188 170 170 165 165 155 155 146 140 134 134 126 124 116 112 109 106 103 103 94 94 94 89 87 82 73 70 70 67 55 55 49 34

Races 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 0

Wins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top-5 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Top-10 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2010 HIGHLIGHTS CATEGORY

STATISTIC

Number of races Number of different race winners Most races won Number of different pole winners Most poles won Most top five finishes Most top 10 finishes

12 7 5 – Eric Holmes 8 3 – David Mayhew, Greg Pursley 8 – Eric Holmes, David Mayhew 10 – Eric Holmes

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2010 Owner Standings Pos Car Owner

Points

Races

Wins

Top-10

Qual Attempts

1

20 BILL MCANALLY 20

1,945

12

5

8

10

12

2

17 STEVE MCGOWAN 17

1,822

12

1

8

9

12

3

12 MIKE CURB 12

1,707

12

1

7

7

12

4

16 BILL MCANALLY 16

1,678

12

0

4

8

12

5

26 GENE PRICE 26

12

2

4

7

12

6

22 JOHN GOMEZ 22

1,630

12

0

3

6

12

6 BOB BRUNCATI 6

7

1,641

Top-5

1,5,93

12

0

3

8

12

8

88 JAMIE DICK 88

1,497

12

0

2

5

12

9

13 KELLY SOUZA 13

1,496

11

0

0

6

12

10

21 JIM OFFENBACH 21

1,492

11

0

3

8

11

9 BOB BRUNCATI 9

11

1,446

12

0

1

2

12

12

14 BOB WOOD 14

1,412

11

0

0

3

12

13

38 MIIKE HOLLERAN 38

1,304

11

0

0

3

12

14

07 MIKE WARN 07

1,269

12

0

0

0

12

15

5 CHARLIE SILVA 5

1,187

10

0

0

0

11

16

15 JACK SELLERS 15

1,157

11

0

0

0

11

17

3 JIM GRIFFITH 3

861

7

0

0

1

8

18

51 ART KREBS 51

801

6

0

0

1

7

19

65 STAN SILVA, JR 65

781

7

0

0

3

7

20

60 JANE THOMPSON 60

756

6

0

0

2

6

21

10 BILL MCANALLY 10

716

6

0

2

2

6

22

71 CARL HARR 71

645

6

0

0

2

6

23

61 RICH THOMPSON 61

606

5

0

1

2

5

24

31 PATTI OFFENBACH 31

592

4

0

3

3

4

25

02 DARYL HARR 02

569

4

0

0

3

5

26

7 BOB KELLEY 7

464

4

0

1

1

4

27

09 DICK MIDGLEY 09

454

4

0

2

2

4

28

89 JENNIFER WONG 89

449

5

0

0

0

5

29

39 BOB NEWBERRY 39

412

3

0

0

2

3

30

50 TERRI CASS 50

376

3

0

1

1

3

1 VALERIE INGLEBRIGHT 1 363

3

0

0

1

3

31 32

86 TIM SPURGEON 86

361

4

0

0

0

4

33

19 STEVE MCGOWAN 19

355

2

0

1

2

3

34

35 BOB TORRIERE 35

343

2

1

1

1

3

35

25 BILL MCANALLY 25

304

2

0

1

2

2

36

30 BILLY BOAT 30

303

2

0

1

1

3

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Races

Wins

94 STEVE ACOR 94

297

2

0

1

2

2

38

74 MICHELLE IVIE 74

294

3

0

0

0

3

39

45 DARRYL WONG 45

279

2

1

1

1

2

279

3

0

0

0

3

37

40

0 PAUL PEDRONCELLI 0

Top-5

Top-10

Qual Attempts

41

81 DEBBIE SELF 81

273

2

0

0

0

3

42

23 JOHN GOMEZ 23

254

2

0

0

1

2

43

37 ANTHONY GONZALES 37 248

2

0

0

0

2

44

98 JENISE KNEELAND 98

236

2

0

0

0

2

45

04 HERSHEL MCGRIFF, JR 04 224

2

0

0

0

2

46

99 RICK WARE 99

2

0

0

1

2

219

47

4 BOB FARMER 4

219

2

0

0

0

3

48

90 RICK MCCRAY 90

209

2

0

0

0

2

49

18 BECKY KANN 18

207

1

0

0

0

3

50

33 JORDYN JACKSON 33

195

1

0

0

0

3

51

59 TERRI CASS 59

190

1

1

1

1

1

52

97 STEVE ACOR 97

188

2

0

0

0

2

53

11 J D GIBBS 11

140

1

0

0

0

1

54 55

8 NINA HALL 8 57 LORI DENBESTE 57

134

2

0

0

0

2

126

1

0

0

0

1

56 211 BRENN MCGOWAN 211

124

1

0

0

0

1

57

08 DAVE LLOYD 08

116

1

0

0

0

2

58

66 ASHLEY COOLEY 66

109

1

0

0

0

1

59

82 JOEL SELF 82

106

1

0

0

0

1

60

96 MARK MARTIN 96

94

1

0

0

0

1

61

70 ROB GRIMM 70

94

1

0

0

0

1

62

77 JOE NAVA 77

87

1

0

0

0

1

63

24 STEVE GERMAIN 24

82

1

0

0

0

1

64

27 BOBBY HILLIS, JR 27

73

1

0

0

0

1

65

29 JAMES LYNCH 29

70

1

0

0

0

1

66

36 RACHEL SPRAKER 36

70

1

0

0

0

1

67

46 BOB BARKSHIRE 46

67

1

0

0

0

1

68

84 DIETRICH MATESCHITZ 84 55

69 208 JEFF SPRAKER 208

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1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

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Race 1 - Roseville Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA Auto Parts BONUS CHALLENGE - 03/27/2010 All American Speedway - Roseville, CA - 0.333-mile banked paved oval Total Race Length 85 K - 160L - 53 M Purse: $111,591 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 1 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 160 190 10 $8,100 Running 2 5 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 160 170 4,325 Running 3 15 09 Gary Lewis SEFNCO Communications/MRP Chevrolet 160 165 4,000 Running 4 3 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 160 160 2,750 Running 5 13 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 160 155 2,600 Running 6 11 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 160 150 2,500 Running 7 18 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 160 146 2,300 Running 8 7 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 160 142 2,250 Running 9 4 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 160 138 2,225 Running 10 9 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 159 134 1,677 Running 11 19 60 Taylor Barton * Full Tilt Poker.Net Chevrolet 158 130 2,150 Running 12 23 7 Kyle Kelley UPRacing.com/Apex/Jamison Dodge 157 127 1,600 Running 13 16 3 Wes Banks Valvoline Ford 157 124 2,075 Running 14 10 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Motorway Chevrolet 157 121 2,050 Running 15 14 0 Paul Pedroncelli Jr. * Lee's Body Shop/Native Hunt Chevrolet 157 118 2,125 Running 16 12 51 Johnathan Hale Fredrick Correa D.D.S. Chevrolet 156 115 1,500 Running 17 22 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 156 112 1,975 Running 18 20 07 Greg Rayl * Palmer Signs.com Ford 154 109 1,950 Running 19 17 38 Troy Ermish * Cooks Collision/The Pit Crew Dodge 150 106 1,425 Accident 20 6 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 143 103 1,900 Running 21 8 50 Auggie Vidovich Towne Place Suites by Marriott Chevrolet 100 100 1,875 Flat Tire 22 21 5 Justin Funkhouser * Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 38 97 1,850 Rear End 23 2 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 160 99 5 1,825 Penalty RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Paulie Harraka, Time: 13.748 Seconds, Speed: 87.198 mph Time of Race: 54 mins, 36 secs Average Speed: 58.549 mph Margin of Victory: .569 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 39-49 (#17 spins Turn 2); 83-92 (#17 spins Turn 4); 130-134 (#51 spins Turn 2); 148-157 (#38 accident Turn 4). 4 for 36 laps. Lap Leaders: Paulie Harraka 1-16, Jonathon Gomez 17-49, Paulie Harraka 50-51, Jonathon Gomez 52-53, Paulie Harraka 54-160. Total Laps Led: Paulie Harraka 125, Jonathon Gomez 35. 4 changes involving 2 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS 21 MEANS 21 POLE AWARD BY COORS BREWING CO: Paulie Harraka, 12 NAPA Gold Filters Toyota COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Gary Lewis, 09 SEFNCO Communications/MRP Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Paul Pedroncelli, Jr. *, 0 Lee's Body Shop/Native Hunt Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Josh Combs *, 9 Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Jonathon Gomez, 22 Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet

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Race 2 - Phoenix Official Race Results For The JIMMIE JOHNSON FOUNDATION 100 - 04/08/2010 Phoenix International Raceway - Phoenix AZ - 1-mile banked paved oval Total Race Length 167 K - 104L - 104 M Purse: $143,809 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 4 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 104 185 5 $9,100 Running 2 15 31 Jason Bowles Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma 104 170 4,600 Running 3 3 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 104 170 5 4,000 Running 4 17 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 104 160 3,000 Running 5 5 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 104 160 5 3,300 Running 6 10 2 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 104 150 2,500 Running 7 19 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Stan Silva Jr. Trucking Chevrolet 104 146 2,200 Running 8 23 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 104 142 2,325 Running 9 21 60 Taylor Barton * Full Tilt Poker.Net Chevrolet 104 138 2,450 Running 10 9 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Motorway Chevrolet 104 139 5 2,400 Running 11 8 11 Brett Moffitt Game Plan for Life Toyota 104 140 10 2,350 Running 12 29 5 Johnathan Hale Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 104 127 3,825 Running 13 28 90 Toni Marie McCray Lucas Oil/Hodgdon Ford 104 124 1,775 Running 14 6 50 Auggie Vidovich TCR/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 103 121 1,750 Accident 15 16 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 103 118 1,725 Accident 16 24 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 103 115 2,200 Accident 17 12 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 103 112 2,175 Accident 18 22 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 103 109 2,150 Running 19 31 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 102 106 2,125 Running 20 30 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 101 103 2,100 Running 21 14 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 97 100 1,575 Accident 22 26 7 Kyle Kelley UPRacing.com/Apex/Jamison Chevrolet 97 97 1,550 Accident 23 13 89 Brian Wong Quiksilver Toyota 97 94 2,020 Accident 24 11 8 Johnny Borneman Twisted X Boots/Red Line Oil Chevrolet 96 91 1,500 Running 25 18 4 Dennis Dyer Southwest Tentant Dvlpmt Ford 82 88 1,475 Accident 26 33 71 Carl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 52 85 1,450 Oil Pressure 27 1 77 Andrew Myers Toyota of Escondido/NEO Toyota 48 87 5 3,025 Accident 28 20 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 40 79 1,900 Accident 29 7 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 40 76 1,875 Accident 30 27 27 Bobby Hillis First Impression Press/Country Inn Ford 39 73 1,350 Accident 31 2 29 Nick Lynch Mr. Gas/Mr. Wash Chevrolet 28 70 1,325 Engine 32 32 3 Wes Banks Valvoline Ford 22 67 1,800 Handling 33 25 38 Troy Ermish * Cooks Collision Dodge 20 64 1,275 Handling RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Andrew Myers, Time: 28.416 Seconds, Speed: 126.689 mph Failed to Qualify: (3) Billy Kann (#18), Brian Jackson (#33), Derek Ramstrom (#35). Time of Race: 1 hr., 48 mins, 36 secs Average Speed: 51.323 mph Margin of Victory: Under Caution Caution Flags: Laps 6-8 (#38 spins Turn 2); 32-37 (#90 flat tire Turn 2); 41-45 (#12, #21, #27 accident Turn 1 <Red>); 49-53 (#77 accident Turn 1); 55-59 (#8 stopped Turn 1); 61-64 (Debris front stretch); 83-87 (#4 accident front stretch); 89-92 (#11 spins Turn 2); 99-101 (#89, #61, #7 accident Turn 3 <Red>); 104 (#16, #6, #9, #50 accident front stretch). 10 for 41 laps. Lap Leaders: Andrew Myers 1-9, Greg Pursley 10-32, David Mayhew 33-46, Eric Holmes 47-51, Brett Moffitt 52-60, Michael Self * 61, Brett Moffitt 62-88, Greg Pursley 89-92, Eric Holmes 93-104. Total Laps Led: Brett Moffitt 36, Greg Pursley 27, Eric Holmes 17, David Mayhew 14, Andrew Myers 9, Michael Self * 1. 8 changes involving 6 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Johnathan Hale, 5 Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Andrew Myers, 77 Toyota of Escondido/NEO Toyota FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Eric Holmes, 20 NAPA Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Todd Souza *, 13 Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Brett Moffitt, 11 Game Plan for Life Toyota

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Race 3 - Iowa Official Race Results For The GOODYEAR DEALERS OF IOWA 200 - 05/23/2010 Iowa Speedway - Newton, Iowa - 0.875-mile banked paved tri-oval Total Race Length 281 K - 201L - 175 M Purse: $183,706 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 6 18 Max Gresham * Grasham & Assoc. Toyota 201 185E 5 $12,861 Running 2 39 33 Ty Dillon * Mom 'N' Pops Country Ham Chevrolet 201 175E 5 10,035 Running 3 5 76 Darrell Wallace, Jr. * Duck Creek Tire Chevrolet 201 165E 5,000 Running 4 21 70 Corey LaJoie * Toyota of Des Moines Ford 201 160E 4,500 Running 5 1 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 201 190W 10 6,100 Running 6 3 00 Ryan Truex Armed Forces Foundation Toyota 201 160E 5 4,136 Running 7 4 71 Eddie MacDonald Grimm Construction/UNOH Chevrolet 201 150E 3,036 Running 8 12 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 201 170W 2,400 Running 9 19 9 Kevin Swindell * Curb Records/Envy Wraps Dodge 201 146E 3,335 Running 10 8 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 201 165W 2,500 Running 11 18 1 Josh Richards Kum & Go/Hype Energy Chevrolet 201 142E 1,950 Running 12 14 36 Chad Boat Curb Records Chevrolet 201 160W 1,925 Running 13 26 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 201 155W 3,000 Running 14 25 68 D.J. Shaw * Precision JLM Chevrolet 201 138E 1,885 Running 15 24 30 Jeff Anton East Coast Resurfacing Chevrolet 201 134E 2,410 Running 16 29 27 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 201 150W 1,850 Running 17 9 02 Brett Moffitt Game Plan For Life/Kum & Go Toyota 201 140E 10 2,325 Running 18 31 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino Chevrolet 201 127E 2,336 Running 19 13 77 Miguel Paludo * NBC Bank Brasil Toyota 201 124E 1,775 Running 20 10 4 Sergio Pena * McAtee Tire Chevrolet 201 121E 1,750 Running 21 35 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Stan Silva Trucking Chevrolet 201 146W 3,225 Running 22 17 39 Brennan Newberry Syndex/Dale Jr. Sharpie Chevrolet 199 147W 5 1,710 Running 23 22 08 Joey Gase ASI Limited Chevrolet 199 118E 2,236 Running 24 7 2 Ryan Gifford * Graham Tire Chevrolet 198 115E 1,685 Running 25 33 37 Andrew Smith * Spraker Racing/Smith Assoc. Chevrolet 198 112E 1,675 Running 26 23 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 198 138W 2,475 Running 27 27 60 Taylor Barton * Full Tilt Poker.net Chevrolet 198 134W 2,135 Running 28 37 35 Andrew Ranger * Waste Management Chevrolet 198 109E 2,161 Running 29 16 86 Brad Bennett Chivas/Telmex Dodge 196 106E 2,146 Running 30 32 19 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 195 130W 1,600 Running 31 30 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 195 127W 1,585 Running 32 36 63 John Salemi Dangerous Red/Valenzano Winery Chevrolet 195 103E 2,111 Running 33 43 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 194 124W 2,064 Running 34 28 16 Moses Smith Hasa Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 190 121W 2,050 Running 35 40 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 190 118W 2,035 Running 36 15 8 Mackena Bell * Freedom Tire Chevrolet 179 100E 2,061 Accident 37 41 3 Wes Banks Nuclear Sonics/Adams Cty Spdwy Ford 168 115W 2,000 Running 38 2 84 Cole Whitt * Red Bull Toyota 139 102E 5 3,085 Transmission 39 11 26 Greg Pursley GPM Perf. Parts/Star Nursery Ford 129 112W 1,975 Accident 40 38 11 Jason Patison Rockstar Chevrolet 42 94E 1,985 Suspension 41 20 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 40 109W 1,925 Accident 42 34 7 Ryan Duff Pine Branch Coal/Laughlin Perf. Chevrolet 15 91E 1,936 Accident 43 42 24 Zach Germain * Germain.com Toyota 15 88E 1,375 Accident 44 44 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Center Chevrolet 10 106W 1,850 Engine RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: David Mayhew, Time: 23.751 Seconds, Speed: 132.626 mph Failed to Qualify: (5) Troy Ermish * (#38), Travis Milburn * (#14), Todd Souza * (#13), Johnathan Hale (#5), Drew Brannon * (#52). Time of Race: 2 hrs., 8 mins, 58 secs Average Speed: 81.823 mph Margin of Victory: .039 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 16-21 (#24 and #7 accident Turn 4); 24-30 (#6, #12, #88, #11 accident Turn 4); 76-87 (#61 spin Turn 2); 130-137 (#26 accident Turn 2); 141-146 (#84 stopped Backstretch); 181-187 (#8 accident Frontstretch); 195-198 (#02 spin Turn 2). 7 for 50 laps. Lap Leaders: David Mayhew 1-72, Ryan Truex 73-79, Brennan Newberry 80-87, Cole Whitt * 88-118, David Mayhew 119-132, Max Gresham * 133-138, Brett Moffitt 139-192, Max Gresham * 193-199, Ty Dillon * 200, Max Gresham * 201. Total Laps Led: David Mayhew 86, Brett Moffitt 54, Cole Whitt * 31, Max Gresham * 14, Brennan Newberry 8, Ryan Truex 7, Ty Dillon * 1. 9 changes involving 7 drivers.

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Race 4 - Roseburg Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA Auto Parts BONUS CHALLENGE 150 - 06/05/2010 Douglas County Speedway - Roseburg, OR - 0.375-mile paved oval Total Race Length 90 K - 150L - 56 M Purse: $106,061 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 2 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 150 190 10 $7,000 Running 2 1 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 150 175 5 5,800 Running 3 4 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 150 165 3,500 Running 4 5 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 150 160 3,300 Running 5 8 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 150 155 3,850 Running 6 7 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 150 150 3,000 Running 7 9 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 150 146 3,075 Running 8 18 38 Troy Ermish * Cooks Collision Dodge 150 142 3,700 Running 9 14 51 Justin Funkhouser * Aramark Chevrolet 150 138 2,100 Running 10 3 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 149 134 2,555 Running 11 10 5 Johnathan Hale Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 149 130 2,250 Running 12 11 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 148 127 2,140 Running 13 17 3 Wes Banks Nuclear Sonics/Adams Cty Spdwy Ford 145 124 1,530 Running 14 12 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 143 121 1,950 Running 15 19 98 Rodd Kneeland Rodd Renovations/Florian Industries Chevrolet 141 118 1,425 Running 16 15 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 141 115 1,900 Running 17 6 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 129 112 1,875 Oil Line 18 16 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 118 109 1,850 Accident 19 13 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 54 106 1,850 Engine RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: David Mayhew, Time: 15.327 Seconds, Speed: 88.080 mph Time of Race: 59 mins, 48 secs Average Speed: 56.438 mph Margin of Victory: .749 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 18-21 (Car #14 spin Turn 4); 44-51 (Car #5 spin Turn 2); 88-93 (Car #5 spin Turn 3); 97-103 (Cars #22, #88, #16 spin Turn 2); 114-122 (Car #9 spin Turn 4); 124-134 (Cars #9, #15 accident Turn 2 <Red>). 6 for 45 laps. Lap Leaders: David Mayhew 1-52, Eric Holmes 53-150. Total Laps Led: Eric Holmes 98, David Mayhew 52. 1 changes involving 2 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Troy Ermish *, 38 Cooks Collision Dodge COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: David Mayhew, 17 MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Paulie Harraka, 12 NAPA Gold Filters Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Todd Souza *, 13 Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Eric Holmes, 20 NAPA Toyota

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Race 5 - Sonoma Official Race Results For The THUNDER VALLEY CASINO RESORT 200 - 06/19/2010 Infineon Raceway - Sonoma, CA - 1.99-mile paved road course Total Race Length 204 K - 64L - 127 M Purse: $167,169 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 8 35 Andrew Ranger Waste Management Chevrolet 64 185 5 $10,000 Running 2 10 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 64 170 7,000 Running 3 7 10 Brandon Davis Applied Computer Solutions Chevrolet 64 170 5 5,000 Running 4 13 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 64 160 4,500 Running 5 22 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 64 160 5 4,925 Running 6 16 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 64 150 3,500 Running 7 9 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 64 146 3,250 Running 8 17 1 Jim Inglebright Federated Auto Parts Chevrolet 64 142 2,700 Running 9 20 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 64 138 3,100 Running 10 28 3 Wes Banks Valvoline/B&B Plumbing Dodge 64 134 4,500 Running 11 12 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 64 130 2,800 Running 12 26 74 Scott Ivie MSI Development Ford 64 127 2,250 Running 13 19 11 Dave Smith Copa Cachaca/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 64 124 2,225 Running 14 2 57 Boris Said Shelby/Denbeste Motorsports Ford 64 126 5 2,150 Running 15 31 81 Garland Self Selco Air Conditioning Ford 64 118 2,100 Running 16 30 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 64 115 2,575 Running 17 27 60 Rick Boysal Medical Staffing/Blendtec/Gatorz Toyota 64 112 2,050 Running 18 33 15 Jack Sellers S&S Fence Chevrolet 64 109 2,000 Running 19 29 82 John Davis Valli Construction/Service Master Ford 64 106 1,950 Running 20 36 0 Paul Pedroncelli, Jr. Lee's Body Shop/Native Hunt Chevrolet 64 103 1,925 Running 21 34 5 Johnathan Hale Happy Daze RV Sacramento Chevrolet 64 100 2,400 Running 22 1 31 Jason Bowles Thunder Valley Casino/GGRT/RCR Chevrolet 63 102 5 4,075 Fuel 23 3 17 David Mayhew Madorom/MMI/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 63 94 2,350 Running 24 24 4 Dennis Dyer Southwest Tenant Dvlpmt Ford 60 91 1,825 Running 25 18 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Stan Silva Jr. Trucking Chevrolet 60 88 1,800 Running 26 32 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 59 85 2,275 Clutch 27 4 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 59 82 2,250 Running 28 5 45 David Gilliland Speed Wong Racing Dodge 56 89 10 2,225 Transmission 29 14 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 56 81 5 2,200 Transmission 30 21 89 Brian Wong Quiksilver/Northeastern University Toyota 56 73 1,675 Engine 31 23 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 52 70 2,150 Accident 32 37 33 Brian Jackson Fiber Myalgia Foundation Chevrolet 42 67 1,625 Clutch 33 15 38 Troy Ermish * FUEL Energy Chevrolet 33 64 1,600 Transmission 34 6 86 Tom Dyer Muscle Milk/Wunder Bar/LTV Ford 32 61 1,575 Engine 35 35 2 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 18 58 1,550 Transmission 36 11 84 Mattias Ekstrom Red Bull Toyota 11 55 1,525 Accident 37 25 08 Brad Lloyd Glen Loban/OSRSC Ford 9 52 1,500 Transmission RACE STATISTICS Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped from their original starting positions to the rear of the field for the reason indicated. #86 Tom Dyer, #11 Dave Smith, #9 Josh Combs, #5 Johnathan Hale and #2 Daryl Harr (unapproved adjustment); #16 Moses Smith (engine change). Fastest Qualifier: Jason Bowles, Time: 78.127 Seconds, Speed: 91.697 mph Failed to Qualify: (1) Auggie Vidovich (#19). Time of Race: 1 hrs., 50 mins, 30 secs Average Speed: 69.155 mph (record) Margin of Victory: 6.059 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 13-14 (Car #84 accident Turn 3A); 26-27 (Car #33 spin Turn 2); 37-39 (Car #4 stopped Turn 1); 41-43 (Cars #26 & #22 accident Turn 4); 47-48 (Car #33 stopped Turn 2); 53-54 (Car #11 spin Turn 1). 6 for 14 laps. Lap Leaders: Jason Bowles 1-16, Boris Said 17-18, Brandon Davis 19-21, Michael Self * 22, Blake Koch 23-28, David Gilliland 29-43, Andrew Ranger 44, David Gilliland 45-48, Andrew Ranger 49-64. Total Laps Led: David Gilliland 19, Andrew Ranger 17, Jason Bowles 16, Blake Koch 6, Brandon Davis 3, Boris Said 2, Michael Self * 1. 8 changes involving 7 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Wes Banks, 3 Valvoline/B&B Plumbing Dodge COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Jason Bowles, 31 Thunder Valley Casino/GGRT/RCR Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Michael Self *, 88 Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Michael Self *, 88 Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: David Gilliland, 45 Speed Wong Racing Dodge

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Race 6 - Irwindale Official Race Results For The KING TACO 200 - 07/03/2010 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale - Irwindale, CA - 0.5-mile paved oval Total Race Length 160 K - 200L - 100 M Purse: $107,099 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 6 59 Auggie Vidovich babycancer.org/TCR Chevrolet 200 190 10 $5,500 Running 2 5 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 200 175 5 4,100 Running 3 15 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 200 165 2,000 Running 4 14 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 200 160 2,250 Running 5 10 50 Chris Johnson babycancer.org/TCR Chevrolet 200 155 1,500 Running 6 9 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 200 150 1,910 Running 7 22 99 Timmy Hill Fuel Doctor Chevrolet 200 146 2,875 Running 8 20 94 Dusty Davis Vision Airlines Chevrolet 200 142 1,350 Running 9 11 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 200 138 2,125 Running 10 12 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 199 134 1,785 Running 11 18 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 199 130 1,770 Running 12 13 60 Taylor Barton * Full Tilt Poker.Net Chevrolet 199 127 1,250 Running 13 8 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 199 124 1,725 Running 14 30 37 Robbie Brand Lagunitas Brewing Co/World Com Financial 199 121 1,211 Running 15 19 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 198 118 1,700 Running 16 7 39 Brennan Newberry Dale Jr Sharpie/Metal Mulisha Chevrolet 197 115 1,175 Fuel pump 17 16 30 Chad Boat Curb Records Chevrolet 197 112 1,150 Running 18 26 18 Billy Kann Interstate All Battery Center Toyota 195 109 1,125 Running 19 28 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 194 106 1,610 Running 20 25 5 Johnathan Hale Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 194 103 1,600 Running 21 24 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet 188 100 1,090 Running 22 29 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 180 97 1,585 Running 23 2 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 146 94 1,580 Engine 24 4 97 Justin Johnson Vision Airlines Chevrolet 119 91 1,075 Accident 25 17 10 Brandon Davis Applied Computer Solutions Toyota 119 88 1,070 Accident 26 3 89 Brian Wong Quiksilver Toyota 106 85 1,060 Overheating 27 21 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Bejac Corporation Chevrolet 71 82 1,050 Accident 28 23 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 52 79 1,540 Accident 29 1 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 50 81 5 3,130 Accident 30 27 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Toyota 5 73 1,525 Accident RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Greg Pursley, Time: 18.505 Seconds, Speed: 97.271 mph Time of Race: 1 hrs., 23 mins, 53 secs Average Speed: 71.528 mph Margin of Victory: 6.029 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 42-47 (Car #26 accident Turn 2); 78-83 (Car #30 spin Turn 4); 101 (Midway break); 120-126 (Cars #10 & #97 accident Turn 1 <Red>); 147-149 (Debris front stretch). 5 for 23 laps. Lap Leaders: Greg Pursley 1-41, Auggie Vidovich 42-47, Blake Koch 48-58, Auggie Vidovich 59-200. Total Laps Led: Auggie Vidovich 148, Greg Pursley 41, Blake Koch 11. 3 changes involving 3 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Timmy Hill, 99 Fuel Doctor Chevrolet COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Greg Pursley, 26 GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Blake Koch, 21 Daystar Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Auggie Vidovich, 59 babycancer.org/TCR Chevrolet

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Race 7 - Portland Official Race Results For The BI-MART SALUTE TO THE TROOPS 125 - 07/18/2010 Portland International Raceway - Portland, OR - 1.98-mile paved road course Total Race Length 205 K - 65L - 128 M Purse: $123,809 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 2 45 Patrick Long Speed Wong Racing Dodge 65 190 10 $6,800 Running 2 6 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 65 170 3,500 Running 3 15 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 65 165 4,750 Running 4 1 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 65 160 4,600 Running 5 5 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 65 155 3,075 Running 6 3 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 65 150 2,700 Running 7 13 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Bejac Corporation Chevrolet 65 146 2,150 Running 8 19 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Ford 65 142 3,200 Running 9 7 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 65 143 5 2,550 Running 10 22 25 Tom Klauer Steel Racing by Schnitzer Steel Toyota 65 134 2,000 Running 11 8 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 64 130 2,450 Running 12 10 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 64 127 2,400 Running 13 17 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 64 124 2,350 Running 14 4 86 Tom Dyer Muscle Milk Ford 64 121 1,825 Running 15 16 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 63 118 2,300 Running 16 9 9 Josh Combs * Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 63 115 2,275 Running 17 23 04 Hershel McGriff Park Corporation Chevrolet 63 112 1,750 Running 18 26 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 62 109 2,225 Running 19 11 89 Brian Wong Quiksilver/Northeastern University Dodge 61 106 1,700 Running 20 27 10 Brandon Davis Applied Computer Solutions Chevrolet 59 103 1,675 Electrical 21 25 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 57 100 2,159 Running 22 24 5 Justin Funkhouser * Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 42 97 2,150 Engine 23 20 81 Garland Self Selco Air Conditioning Ford 38 94 1,600 Clutch 24 12 1 Jim Inglebright Federated Auto Parts Chevrolet 31 91 1,550 Transmission 25 14 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet 14 88 1,500 Accident 26 18 7 Kyle Kelley UPRacing.com/Apex/Jamison Chevrolet 11 85 1,450 Transmission 27 21 74 Scott Ivie MSI Development Ford 7 82 1,400 Accident RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: David Mayhew, Time: 75.426 Seconds, Speed: 94.503 mph (record) Time of Race: 1 hrs., 56 mins, 4 secs Average Speed: 66.531 mph (record) Margin of Victory: Under Caution Caution Flags: Laps 16-22 (Oil on track); 33-35 (Car #1 stopped at Turn 6); 59-62 (Oil on track); 64-65 (Car #89 accident Turn 5). 4 for 16 laps. Lap Leaders: David Mayhew-grid, Patrick Long 1-30, Greg Pursley 31-44, Patrick Long 45-65. Total Laps Led: Patrick Long 51, Greg Pursley 14. 3 changes involving 2 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Paulie Harraka, 12 NAPA Gold Filters Toyota COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: David Mayhew, 17 MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Travis Milburn *, 14 Cooks Collision Ford SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Patrick Long, 45 Speed Wong Racing Dodge

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Race 8 - Montana Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA AUTO PARTS BONUS CHALLENGE 150 - 8/7/10 Montana Raceway Park - Kalispell, Mont. - 0.25-mile banked paved oval Total Race Length 59 K - 150L - 37 M Purse: $116,118 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 7 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 150 185 5 $7,500 Running 2 3 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 150 180 10 5,000 Running 3 13 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 150 165 5,600 Running 4 4 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 150 160 3,000 Running 5 10 09 Gary Lewis SEFNCO Communications Chevrolet 150 155 2,500 Running 6 8 2 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 150 150 2,250 Running 7 12 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 150 146 2,600 Running 8 2 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 150 142 2,825 Running 9 5 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 150 138 2,409 Running 10 16 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 150 134 2,350 Running 11 6 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 150 130 2,300 Running 12 9 9 Travis Bennett Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 150 127 2,250 Running 13 14 51 Justin Funkhouser * K&L Frame & Body Chevrolet 149 124 1,700 Running 14 11 5 Thomas Martin Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 148 121 2,150 Running 15 20 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 147 118 2,100 Running 16 15 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 147 115 2,050 Running 17 17 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet 144 112 1,500 Running 18 1 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 127 114 5 3,575 Accident 19 18 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 111 106 1,950 Engine 20 19 71 Carl Harr WestWorld Computers Toyota 13 103 1,425 Brakes RACE STATISTICS Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped from their original starting positions to the rear of the field for the reason indicated. #15 Jack Sellers (missed drivers meeting) Fastest Qualifier: Greg Pursley, Time: 13.772 Seconds, Speed: 65.350 mph Time of Race: 44 mins, 53 secs Average Speed: 50.130 mph Margin of Victory: 1.007 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 104-111 (Debris Turn 2); 118-123 (Car #6 spin Turn 2); 127-132 (Cars #12 and #26 accident Turn 4). 3 for 20 laps. Lap Leaders: Greg Pursley 1-18, David Mayhew 19-112, Eric Holmes 113-150. Total Laps Led: David Mayhew 94, Eric Holmes 38, Greg Pursley 18. 2 changes involving 3 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Moses Smith, 16 HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Greg Pursley, 26 GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Moses Smith, 16 HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Michael Self *, 88 Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: David Mayhew, 17 MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet

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Race 9 - Colorado Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA AUTO PARTS BONUS CHALLENGE 150 - 8/14/2010 Colorado National Speedway - Dacono, CO - 0.375-mile paved oval Total Race Length 90 K - 150L - 56 M Purse: $104,584 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 2 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 150 190 10 $6,500 Running 2 6 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 150 170 3,700 Running 3 1 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 150 170 5 5,475 Running 4 3 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 150 160 3,250 Running 5 9 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 150 155 2,575 Running 6 11 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 150 150 1,800 Running 7 5 88 Michael Self * Johnnie Walker Perf Ctr/Team Viva Chevrolet 150 146 2,200 Running 8 14 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 150 142 3,600 Running 9 15 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet 150 138 1,525 Running 10 10 21 Blake Koch Daystar Chevrolet 150 134 2,000 Running 11 16 51 Justin Funkhouser * K&L Frame & Body Chevrolet 150 130 1,450 Running 12 13 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Chevrolet 150 127 1,925 Running 13 8 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 148 124 1,900 Running 14 18 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 148 121 1,875 Running 15 4 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 147 118 1,850 Running 16 12 60 Taylor Barton * Full Tilt Poker.Net Chevrolet 139 115 1,325 Running 17 7 9 Travis Bennett Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 126 112 1,800 Fuel Pump 18 17 15 Thomas Martin Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 111 109 1,772 Suspension 19 19 5 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 1 106 1,760 Ignition RACE STATISTICS Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped from their original starting positions to the rear of the field for the reason indicated. #5 Jack Sellers (engine change) Fastest Qualifier: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, Time: 16.561 Seconds, Speed: 81.517 mph Time of Race: 59 mins, 43 secs Average Speed: 56.517 mph Margin of Victory: .580 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 64-68 (Car # 60 spin Turn 4); 72-75 (Car #22 accident Turn 2); 96-99 (Car #17 flat tire Turn 2); 112-115 (Car #15 spin Turn 4); 128-131 (Car #9 stopped Turn 1); 136-139 (Car #21 spin Turn 2). 6 for 25 laps. Lap Leaders: Luis Martinez, Jr. * 1-2, Eric Holmes 3-77, Luis Martinez, Jr. * 78-106, Eric Holmes 107-150. Total Laps Led: Eric Holmes 119, Luis Martinez, Jr. * 31. 3 changes involving 2 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS 21 MEANS 21 POLE AWARD BY COORS BREWING CO: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Todd Souza *, 13 Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Greg Pursley, 26 GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford

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Race 10 - Tooele Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA AUTO PARTS BONUS CHALLENGE - 09/12/2010 Miller Motorsports Park - Tooele, Utah - 3.048-mile paved road course Total Race Length 175 K - 36L - 109 M Purse: $143,180 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 3 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 36 185 5 $9,750 Running 2 6 25 Eric Curran ModSpace Motorsports Toyota 36 170 7,000 Running 3 4 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 36 165 6,500 Running 4 12 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 36 165 5 6,100 Running 5 19 7 Kyle Kelley UPRacing.com/Apex/Jamison Chevrolet 36 155 4,000 Running 6 8 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 36 150 4,000 Running 7 18 19 Tony Toste MMI/Papich Construction/ ACE Chevrolet 36 146 3,000 Running 8 24 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Ford 36 142 4,825 Running 9 11 71 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 36 143 5 2,250 Running 10 23 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Ford 36 134 2,700 Running 11 9 1 Jim Inglebright Federated Auto Parts Chevrolet 36 130 2,150 Running 12 10 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 36 127 2,600 Running 13 25 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 36 124 2,500 Running 14 14 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Platt & Associate Chevrolet 36 121 1,900 Running 15 2 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 36 123 5 2,350 Running 16 26 5 Thomas Martin Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 36 115 2,300 Running 17 28 04 Hershel McGriff Park Corporation Chevrolet 36 112 1,750 Running 18 22 66 Brady Flaherty Cooley Construction/Entysis Chevrolet 35 109 1,700 Fuel 19 7 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 35 106 2,150 Running 20 20 86 Tim Spurgeon Kleen Blast Abrasive Warehouse Ford 35 103 1,600 Running 21 16 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 35 100 2,075 Running 22 1 9 Patrick Long Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 33 107 10 4,150 Flat Tire 23 13 96 Joao Barbosa iracing.com Chevrolet 33 94 1,525 Running 24 5 10 Brandon Davis Applied Computer Solutions Chevrolet 32 91 1,500 Rear End 25 17 09 Gary Lewis SEFNCO Communications Chevrolet 26 88 1,475 Overheating 26 21 74 Scott Ivie MSI Development Ford 22 85 1,450 Engine 27 27 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 5 82 1,875 Oil Leak 28 15 88 Michael Self * Trex Transcend/Team Viva Chevrolet 4 79 1,850 Engine RACE STATISTICS Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped from their original starting positions to the rear of the field for the reason indicated. #25 Eric Curran, #96 Joao Barbosa (engine change) Fastest Qualifier: Patrick Long, Time: 116.023 Seconds, Speed: 94.574 mph (record) Failed to Qualify: (6) Justin Funkhouser * (#51), Carl Harr (#2), Brian Jackson (#33), Wes Banks (#3), Brad Lloyd (#08), Garland Self (#81). Time of Race: 1 hrs., 24 mins, 26 secs Average Speed: 77.975 mph (record) Margin of Victory: .650 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 6-8 (Car #88 stopped Turn 16); 24-26 (Car #74 stopped at pit entrance). 2 for 6 laps. Lap Leaders: Patrick Long-grid, Greg Pursley 1-10, Patrick Long 11-12, Greg Pursley 13, David Mayhew 14, Moses Smith 15, Daryl Harr 16, David Mayhew 17-18, Patrick Long 19-26, David Mayhew 27, Patrick Long 28-33, Greg Pursley 34-36. Total Laps Led: Patrick Long 16, Greg Pursley 14, David Mayhew 4, Moses Smith 1, Daryl Harr 1. 11 changes involving 5 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Troy Ermish *, 38 Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Ford COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Patrick Long, 9 Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Moses Smith, 16 HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Troy Ermish *, 38 Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Patrick Long, 9 Grape King/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford

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Race 11 - Roseville Official Race Results For The TOYOTA/NAPA AUTO PARTS 150 - 10/16/2010 All American Speedway - Roseville, CA - 0.333-mile banked paved oval Total Race Length 78 K - 150L - 49 M Purse: $108,059 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 1 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 150 190 10 $8,600 Running 2 10 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 150 175 5 5,500 Running 3 5 88 Eric Schmidt Luber Finer Oil Filters/Team Viva Chevrolet 150 165 3,000 Running 4 4 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 150 160 2,600 Running 5 9 31 Juan Pitta Cascar Machine Shop/Sharif Jewelers Chevrolet 150 155 2,000 Running 6 7 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 150 150 2,575 Running 7 8 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 150 146 2,200 Running 8 13 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 150 142 2,175 Running 9 6 9 Jason Bowles Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 150 138 2,750 Running 10 2 23 Jacob Gomes Heritage Cattle Chevrolet 150 139 5 1,625 Running 11 19 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Ford 150 130 2,100 Running 12 3 21 Michael Self * Golden Gate Meat/Bay Biodiesel Chevrolet 150 127 2,671 Running 13 17 3 Wes Banks Valvoline/B&B Plumbing Ford 150 124 1,550 Running 14 16 38 Troy Ermish * Crazy Cow Beef Jerky Chevrolet 149 121 2,020 Running 15 23 98 Rodd Kneeland Rodd Renovations/Belletto Auto Glass Chevrolet 147 118 1,500 Running 16 20 15 Jack Sellers Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 147 115 1,450 Running 17 21 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 146 112 1,850 Running 18 12 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 145 109 1,800 Running 19 14 51 Justin Funkhouser * K&L Frame & Body Chevrolet 144 106 1,250 Running 20 22 71 Joe Miller Cooks Collision Chevrolet 139 103 1,200 Running 21 15 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 95 100 1,650 Suspension 22 11 5 Thomas Martin Greyhound Adoption Ctr Chevrolet 65 97 1,600 Electrical 23 18 10 Bobby Grewohl Pick-N-Pull Toyota 11 94 1,050 Rear End RACE STATISTICS Fastest Qualifier: Eric Holmes, Time: 13.77 Seconds, Speed: 87.059 mph Time of Race: 1 hrs., 3 mins, 25 secs Average Speed: 47.259 mph Margin of Victory: .406 Seconds Caution Flags: Laps 7-15 (Accident Turn 4 - Cars #9, #26, #21, #13, #12, #10, #88)<Red>; 17-23 (Cars #98, #13, #71 accident Turn 4); 48-55 (Car #07 spin Turn 1); 61-68 (Car #26 spin Turn 2); 87-92 (Car #51 spin Turn 3); 99-104 (Cars #14, #38, #51 accident Turn 4); 106-110 (Cars #3, #98, #71, #26 accident Turn 2); 115-120 (Debris Turn 2); 138-143 (Car #21 spins Turn 2). 9 for 61 laps. Lap Leaders: Eric Holmes 1-26, David Mayhew 27-28, Jacob Gomes 29-44, David Mayhew 45-55, Eric Holmes 56-70, David Mayhew 71, Eric Holmes 72-94, David Mayhew 95-104, Eric Holmes 105-111, David Mayhew 112-113, Eric Holmes 114-150. Total Laps Led: Eric Holmes 108, David Mayhew 26, Jacob Gomes 16. 10 changes involving 3 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: David Mayhew, 17 MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Eric Holmes, 20 NAPA Toyota FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Michael Self, 21 Golden Gate Meat/Bay Biodiesel Chevrolet SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Luis Martinez, Jr. *, 6 King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: Eric Holmes, 20 NAPA Toyota

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Race 12 - Phoenix Official Race Results For The 3 AMIGOS TEQUILA 125 - 11/13/2010 Phoenix International Raceway - Phoenix AZ - 1-mile banked paved oval Total Race Length 201 K - 125L - 125 M Purse: $167,809 Fin Str Car Bonus Total Pos Pos No Driver Team Laps Points Pts Won Status 1 1 26 Greg Pursley GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford 125 185 5 $11,700 Running 2 7 55 Michael Waltrip NAPA/Pick-N-Pull/Wolfley's Toyota 125 170 6,000 Running 3 10 31 Ty Dillon RCR/Golden Gate Meat Co Chevrolet 125 165 4,000 Running 4 21 19 Auggie Vidovich MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet 125 160 3,300 Running 5 4 94 Dusty Davis Vision Airlines Chevrolet 125 155 3,150 Running 6 9 39 Brennan Newberry Metal Mulisha Chevrolet 125 150 3,000 Running 7 3 17 David Mayhew MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet 125 156 10 3,950 Running 8 30 21 Michael Self * Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma 125 142 3,750 Running 9 11 2 Daryl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 125 138 2,875 Running 10 28 16 Moses Smith HASA Pool Products/White Flyer Toyota 125 134 3,300 Running 11 27 22 Jonathon Gomez Heritage Cattle/Century Boatland Chevrolet 125 130 3,250 Running 12 33 37 Robbie Brand Lagunitas Brewing Co/World Com Financial 125 127 2,625 Running 13 38 38 Troy Ermish * Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet 125 124 4,600 Running 14 22 13 Todd Souza * Central Coast Cabinets Chevrolet 125 121 2,950 Running 15 13 20 Eric Holmes NAPA Toyota 125 123 5 2,900 Running 16 26 23 Jacob Gomes Heritage Cattle/Perry & Sons Chevrolet 125 115 2,350 Running 17 35 51 Justin Funkhouser K&L Frame & Body Chevrolet 125 112 2,300 Running 18 12 9 Patrick Long Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 124 114 5 2,750 Running 19 31 3 Wes Banks Nuclear Sonics/Adams Cty Spdwy Ford 122 106 2,700 Accident 20 19 35 Andrew Ranger Waste Management Chevrolet 122 103 2,150 Running 21 32 14 Travis Milburn * Cooks Collision Ford 121 100 2,600 Running 22 6 97 Justin Johnson Vision Airlines Chevrolet 113 97 2,050 Accident 23 5 70 Eddie MacDonald Grimm Construction Chevrolet 106 94 2,000 Accident 24 29 89 Brian Wong Fantasyworld.com Dodge 106 91 1,975 Accident 25 25 12 Paulie Harraka NAPA Gold Filters Toyota 106 93 5 2,450 Accident 26 34 90 Toni Marie McCray Lucas Oil/PWI Construction Chevrolet 106 85 1,900 Accident 27 23 24 Zach Germain Germain.com Toyota 106 82 1,850 Accident 28 18 6 Luis Martinez, Jr. * King Taco/Sunrise Ford/Lucas Oil Ford 106 79 2,300 Running 29 2 86 Tom Dyer Wunder Bar/AUTONET Ford 95 76 1,750 Accident 30 16 99 Timmy Hill Fuel Doctor Chevrolet 94 73 1,700 Accident 31 36 36 Cody Cambensy Motor Whiskey/Parker Automotive Ford 70 70 1,650 Accident 32 14 46 Jeff Barkshire SNB Homes/Speed Wong Dodge 63 67 1,600 Accident 33 24 61 Brett Thompson Rich Thompson Trucking Chevrolet 56 64 1,550 Suspension 34 39 71 Carl Harr WestWorld Computers Chevrolet 52 61 1,500 Suspension 35 40 0 Paul Pedroncelli, Jr. Lee's Body Shop/Mike Larbre Auto Chevrolet 42 58 1,450 Accident 36 37 07 Greg Rayl * Spectator Racing Ford 41 55 1,900 Accident 37 8 65 Stan Silva, Jr. A&S Metals/Platt & Assoc/Bejac Chevrolet 40 52 1,350 Accident 38 20 88 Jamie Dick Viva Auto Group Chevrolet 16 49 1,800 Engine 39 17 09 Gary Lewis SEFNCO Communications Chevrolet 2 46 1,250 Engine 40 15 8 Johnny Borneman Nicky Rottens/Red Line Oil Chevrolet 125 43 1,200 Penalty RACE STATISTICS Race Comments: Prior to the green flag, the following drivers, under penalty, dropped from their original starting positions to the rear of the field for the reason indicated. #65 Stan Silva Jr (driver change), #61 Brett Thompson (backup car), #38 Troy Ermish Fastest Qualifier: Greg Pursley, Time: 27.700 Seconds, Speed: 129.964 mph (record) Failed to Qualify: (4) Dennis Dyer (#4), Billy Kann (#18), Keith Flach (#08), Chad Boat (#30). Time of Race: 1 hrs., 56 mins, 1 secs Average Speed: 64.646 mph Margin of Victory: Under Caution Caution Flags: Laps 3-9 (Fluid on track); 17-23 (Fluid on track); 35-39 (#65 spin Turn 2); 42-45 (#07, #0, #65 accident Turn 1 <Red>); 5354 (#71 accident Turn 2); 64-68 (#46 accident Turn 1); 71-74 (#6 #36 accident backstretch <Red>); 95-100 (#86 accident Turn 1); 107-110 (#12, #70, #89, #24, #90 accident Turn 2 <Red>); 114-117 (#97 accident Turn 3); 125 (#3 accident). 11 for 49 laps. Lap Leaders: Greg Pursley 1-24, David Mayhew 25-44, Paulie Harraka 45-46, Patrick Long 47-57, David Mayhew 58-69, Eric Holmes 7075, David Mayhew 76-112, Greg Pursley 113-125. Total Laps Led: David Mayhew 69, Greg Pursley 37, Patrick Long 11, Eric Holmes 6, Paulie Harraka 2. 7 changes involving 5 drivers. CONTINGENCY AWARDS COCA-COLA MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Troy Ermish *, 38 Datsun 510 Parts Outlet Chevrolet COORS LIGHT POLE AWARD: Greg Pursley, 26 GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford FEATHERLITE MOST IMPROVED DRIVER AWARD: Greg Pursley, 26 GPM Performance Parts/Star Nursery Ford SUNOCO ROOKIE OF THE RACE AWARD: Michael Self *, 21 Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma Chevrolet WIX FILTERS LAP LEADER AWARD: David Mayhew, 17 MMI Services/Ron's Rear Ends/KHI Chevrolet

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Career Victories (1954-2010) DRIVER Jack McCoy Ray Elder Hershel McGriff Jim Insolo Bill Amick Eddie Gray Bill Schmitt Bill Sedgwick Austin Cameron Parnelli Jones Roy Smith Dick Bown Eric Holmes Butch Gilliland Ron Hornaday Sr Danny Letner Lloyd Dane Scotty Cain Ron Eaton Marvin Porter Jim Reed Jim Robinson Ken Schrader Mike Chase Jason Bowles Rick Carelli Scott Lynch Eddie Pagan Mike Duncan Sonny Easley Brendan Gaughan Jim Bown Mike David Don Noel Steve Portenga Sean Woodside Doug George Kevin Harvick Ron Hornaday Jr

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Harry Jefferson Jim Cook Dan Gurney Chad Little Chuck Meekins Marvin Panch Johnny Steele Ernie Stierly Derrike Cope Bobby Dotter Cliff Garner Lance Hooper Kevin Richards Bob Ross Allen Adkins Bobby Allison Johnny Borneman Chuck Bown David Gilliland Danny Graves Paulie Harraka Brian Ickler Jim Inglebright Gary Johnson Marty Kinerk David Mayhew Jack McCoy Eric Norris Richard Petty Greg Pursley Gary Smith Dirk Stephens Herb Thomas Joe Bean Gary Collins Ernie Cope Darel Dieringer Tim Flock Ruben Garcia

6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2

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Carl Joiner 2 Burney Lamar 2 Patrick Long 2 Rick McCray 2 Sumner McKnight 2 Andrew Myers 2 Neal Newberry 2 Clyde Palmer 2 Clem Proctor 2 Mark Reed 2 Jim Reich 2 John Rostek 2 Jim Thirkettle 2 Chuck Wahl 2 Mike Wallace 2 Tim Williamson 2 John Anderson 1 Brandon Ash 1 Buck Baker 1 Ivan Baldwin 1 Jeff Barkshire 1 Johnny Benson 1 Geoff Bodine 1 Neil Bonnett 1 John Borneman 1 Jim Boyd 1 Bob Caswell 1 Bill Cheesbourg 1 Ricky Craven 1 Dale Earnhardt 1 Bill Elliott 1 Jason Fensler 1 Larry Gunselman 1 Royce Hagerty 1 Harold Hardesty 1 Tavo C.T. Hellmund1 Andy Houston 1 Vic Irvan 1 Dave James 1

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Jason Jefferson Jeff Jefferson Jack Jeffery Bob Kauf John Kieper Frank Kimmel John Krebs Mark Krogh Kuzie Kuzmanich Joey Logano Tiny Lund Scott Miller Jerry Nadeau Norm Nelson Roger Penske Bob Perry Sammy Potashnick Clyde Prickett Andrew Ranger Dick Rathman Fireball Roberts Art Roth Marshall Sargent Peyton Sellers John Soares Jr John Soares Sr Todd Souza David Starr Chuck Stevenson George Stuart Brett Thompson Brian Vickers Auggie Vidovich Jim Walker Michael Waltrip Art Watts Danny Weinberg Dempsey Wilson Rich Woodland Jr Cale Yarborough

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FAST TIME

Jack McCoy Ray Elder Hershel McGriff Bill Schmitt Bill Amick Jim Insolo Mike Duncan Ron Eaton Jim Bown Butch Gilliland Eddie Gray Bill Sedgwick Eddie Pagan Chuck Bown Eric Holmes Ron HornadaySr Marvin Porter Roy Smith Sean Woodside Dick Bown Austin Cameron Jason Bowles Ron Hornaday Jr Don Noel Danny Letner Bob Ross Jim Cook Parnelli Jones Scott Cain Kevin Harvick Scott Lynch Chuck Meekins Sonny Easley Cliff Garner Brendan Gaughan Carl Joiner David Mayhew Ken Schrader Rick Carelli

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Derrike Cope Scott Gaylord Clyde Palmer Greg Pursley Art Watts Gary Collins Bill Elliott Doug George David Gilliland Harold Hardesty Kuzie Kuzmanich Mark Reed Mike Chase Mike David Danny Graves Paulie Harraka Brian Ickler John Kieper Mark Krogh Chad Little Patrick Long Jack D. McCoy Marvin Panch Richard Petty Jim Reed Jim Robinson John Soares Jr Mike Wallace Tim Williamson Allen Adkins Brandon Ash Neil Bonnett Jim Danielson Ron Esau Lance Hooper Dave James Harry Jefferson Jeff Jefferson

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FAST TIME

Marty Kinerk 2 Andrew Myers 2 Neal Newberry 2 Eric Norris 2 Sammy Potashnick 2 Clem Proctor 2 Kevin Richards 2 John Rostek 2 Peyton Sellers 2 Gary Smith 2 Glen Steurer 2 Ernie Stierly 2 Kelly Tanner 2 Herb Thomas 2 Chuck Wahl 2 Jon Wood 2 John Baker 1 Jeff Barkshire 1 Troy Beebe 1 Bob Bondurant 1 Johnny Borneman 1 Clint Bowyer 1 Jim Boyd 1 Jerry Cain 1 Spencer Clark 1 Ernie Cope 1 Lloyd Dane 1 Bobby Dotter 1 Garrett Evans 1 Fonty Flock 1 Ryan Foster 1 Ruben Garcia 1 Dick Getty 1 Don Graham 1 David Green 1 Royce Hagerty 1 Don Hall 1 Skip Hudson 1

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Jim Inglebright Wayne Jacks Frank James Gary Johnson P.J. Jones Jeff Krogh Mel Larson Tiny Lund Nick Lynch Sterling Marlin Mike McGreevy Eddy McKean Scott Miller Luis Martinez Jr. Jerry Nadeau Norm Nelson Frank Perry Terry Petris Steve Portenga Don Puskarich Jim Reich Joe Ruttman Marshall Sargent Frank Secrist George Seeger Jason Small John Soares Sr Dirk Stephens Brett Thompson Steve Vaughn Brian Vickers Auggie Vidovich Lance Wade Kenny Wallace Joe Weatherly Denny Weinberg Rex White Fritz Wilson

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STATISTIC

Number of races Most races started Most consecutive starts Most wins (season) Most wins (career) Most different winners (season) Most new winners (season) Fewest winners (season) Different winners Most consecutive races won Most top five finishes (season) Most top five finishes (career) Most top 10 finishes (season) Most top 10 finishes (career) Most different poles (season) Most consecutive poles Different pole winners Most poles (season) Most poles (career) Most superspeedway wins (season) Most superspeedway wins (career) Largest championship margin Smallest championship margin

567 241 – Jack Sellers 121 – Ray Elder 12 – Hershel McGriff ('72) 32 – Ray Elder 13 – 1977 7 – 1977 3 – 1990, 1992 110 5 – Hershel McGriff ('72) 22 – Hershel McGriff ('72) 122 – Bill Schmitt 27 – Ray Elder ('72) 163 – Bill Schmitt 11 – 1971 4 – Jim Insolo ('78), Ron Eaton ('82) 94 12 – Hershel McGriff ('72) 35 – Hershel McGriff 3 – Hershel McGriff ('86) 8 – Ken Schrader 185.25 – Ray Elder over Sonny Easley ('75) 1 – Bill Schmitt over Bill Sedgwick ('90)

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Career/Season Records (1971-2010) MOST RACES STARTED (CAREER)

MOST WINS (CAREER)

241 - Jack Sellers 240 - Hershel McGriff 237 - Bill Schmitt 172 - Scott Gaylord 150 - John Krebs

32 - Ray Elder 31 - Hershel McGriff 27 - Jack McCoy 25 - Jim Insolo

MOST TOP FIVES (CAREER)

MOST TOP TENS (CAREER)

122 - Bill Schmitt 96 - Ray Elder 96 - Hershel McGriff 70 - Jim Insolo 61 - Jack McCoy 61 - Bill Sedgwick

163 - Bill Schmitt 145 - Hershel McGriff 117 - Ray Elder 95 - Jim Insolo 82 - Butch Gilliland 82 - Scott Gaylord

MOST POLES (CAREER)

MOST CONSECUTIVE STARTS

35 - Hershel McGriff 30 - Ray Elder 26 - Jack McCoy 24 - Jim Insolo 24 - Bill Schmitt

121 - Ray Elder (1/10/71 ‑ 1/18/76) 118 - Bill Schmitt (7/12/81 ‑ 4/17/93) 88 - Scott Gaylord (10/17/99-3/31/07)

MOST WINS (SEASON)

MOST POLES (SEASON)

12 - Hershel McGriff (1972) 11 - Jack McCoy (1973) 9 - Ray Elder (1971) 9 - Jim Insolo (1978)

12 - Hershel McGriff (1972) 10 - Ray Elder (1971) 9 - Ray Elder (1972) 9 - Jack McCoy (1973)

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS

MOST CONSECUTIVE POLES

5 - Hershel McGriff (1972)

4 - Jim Insolo (1978) 4 - Ron Eaton (1982)

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Various Records (1971-2010) MOST CAUTION FLAGS, RACE 17 – Bakersfield, Calif. 5/20/90

MOST CAUTION LAPS, RACE 105 – Monroe, Wash. 7/14/91

FEWEST CAUTION FLAGS, RACE 0 – Multiple times

FEWEST CAUTION LAPS, RACE 0 – Multiple times

LARGEST MARGIN, RACE 4 laps – Ray Elder, 6/5/71 Portland, Ore.

SMALLEST MARGIN, RACE 0.003 second – Jim Robinson, 5/11/85 Anderson, Calif.

LARGEST ENTRY 49 - Las Vegas 11/7/98

LARGEST FIELD 41 - Sonoma, Calif. 6/21/08

MOST RUNNING AT FINISH 30 – Sonoma, Calif. 6/23/07 28 – Phoenix, Ariz. 4/19/07 28 – Las Vegas, Nev. 11/7/98

SMALLEST FIELD 12 - Victoria BC Canada 6/30/76

FEWEST RUNNING AT FINISH 7 – Gardena, Calif. 6/30/76 7 – Calgary, Alberta Canada 8/3/86

MOST DRIVERS IN LEAD LAP 27 – Sonoma, Calif. 6/23/07 24 – Sonoma, Calif. 6/21/08 23 – Sonoma, Calif. 6/20/09 21 – Sonoma, Calif., 6/19/10

FEWEST DRIVERS ON LEAD LAP (five most recent) 1 – Bakersfield, Calif. 10/12/96 1 – Bakersfield, Calif. 8/24/96 1 – Coos Bay, Ore. 7/18/93 1 – Bakersfield, Calif. 5/19/91 1 – Monroe, Wash. 5/4/91

MOST LEAD CHANGES, RACE 29 – Monroe, Wash. 7/15/90 26 – Irwindale, Calif. 6/19/99 24 – Fontana, Calif. 4/29/00 24 – Fountain, Colo. 7/27/97 23 – Bakersfield, Calif. 10/18/92

MOST LEADERS, RACE 10 – Bakersfield, Calif. 10/14/90 9 – Irwindale, Calif. 6/19/99 9 – Bakersfield, Calif. 5/20/90 9 – Portland, Ore. 7/19/09

WIRE-TO-WIRE WINS (five most recent) Eric Holmes, Roseburg, Ore. 6/6/09 Jason Bowles, Irwindale, Calif. 8/16/08 Eric Holmes, Roseville, Calif. 3/29/08 Scott Lynch, Stockton, Calif. 4/30/05 Austin Cameron, Roseburg, Ore. 9/20/03

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Various Records (1971-2010) SERIES FIRSTS Race Winner Superspeedway (oval) race Superspeedway (oval) winner Short track race Short track winner Road course race Road course winner Buick win Chevrolet win Dodge win Ford win Mercury win Oldsmobile win Plymouth win Pontiac win Toyota win Champion Rookie of the Year

Ray Elder Roy Smith Jim Insolo Ray Elder Sonny Easley A.J. Foyt Cale Yarborough John Soares Jim Insolo Eric Holmes Ray Elder Dick Kranzler

1/10/71 1/10/71 2/28/71 2/28/71 3/7/71 3/7/71 1/10/71 1/10/71 5/30/81 5/9/71 1/10/71 8/26/73 2/28/71 1/22/78 3/21/71 2/2/78 3/29/08 1971 1971

Riverside, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Ontario, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. San Bernardino, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Riverside, Calif. Bakersfield, Calif. Las Vegas, Nev. Riverside, Calif. Monterey, Calif. Ontario, Calif. Riverside, Calif. San Jose, Calif. Roseville, Calif. Roseville, Calif.

Hershel McGriff Chuck Bown Billy Jac Shaw Andrew Lewis Hershel McGriff Joey Logano Hershel McGriff Max Gresham

1986 1976 1991 2005 5/13/89 4/19/07 8/1/09 9/4/09

58 years, 11 months 22 years, 8 months 45 years, 5 months 18 years, 8 months 61 years, 4 months 16 years, 10 months 81 years, 7 months 16 years, 4 months

Ray Elder A.J. Foyt Jack McCoy

OLDEST / YOUNGEST Oldest Champion Youngest Champion Oldest Rookie of the Year Youngest Rookie of the Year Oldest Race Winner (Bakersfield, CA) Youngest Race Winner (Phoenix, AZ) Oldest Race Starter Youngest Race Starter DISTANCE AND TIME Longest Race (Distance) Longest Race (Time) Shortest Race (Distance) Shortest Race (Time) Fastest Average Speed Slowest Average Speed

RECORDS

500 miles 5 hours 20 minutes 43 seconds 25 miles 23 minutes 14 seconds 152.316 mph 24.055 mph

Riverside & Ontario (Multiple times) Monroe, Wash. 7/14/91 Multiple times Bakersfield, Calif. 8/18/73 Fontana, Calif. 4/28/01 Gardena, Calif. 5/27/74

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Lap Leaders (1971-2010) DRIVER 1. Bill Schmitt 2. Hershel McGriff 3. Ray Elder 4. Jack McCoy 5. Bill Sedgwick 6. Eric Holmes 7. Jim Insolo 8. Mike Duncan 9. Austin Cameron 10. Mike Chase 11. Rick Carelli 12. Butch Gilliland 13. Sean Woodside 14. Ron Hornaday Jr. 15. Ron Eaton

RACES LED 82 93 64 51 47 34 51 37 41 26 19 52 32 23 25

LAPS LED 4,274 4,094 3,723 3,663 3,594 2,311 2,114 1,971 1,854 1,830 1,787 1,689 1,616 1,610 1,496

Other Lap Leaders (Races/Laps Led) Carl Adams 1/4 Blair Aiken 2/39 Bobby Allison 9/583 Donnie Allison 1/23 Johnny Anderson 2/61 Brandon Ash 9/158 Scott Autrey 1/5 John Baker 1/1 Ivan Baldwin 3/245 Jeff Barkshire 4/282 Joe Bean 13/384 Randy Becker 1/5 Johnny Benson 1/57 Greg Biffle 1/2 Frank Bigelow 1/1 Geoff Bodine 1/348 Rick Bogart 1/6 Neil Bonnett 5/289 John Borneman 6/75 Johnny Borneman 15/568 Jerry Bowers 4/158 Jason Bowles 21/689 Dick Bown 15/835 Jim Bown 30/756 Clint Bowyer 2/32 Jim Boyd 2/91 Trevor Boys 2/52 James Bruncati 1/1 Kurt Busch 1/2 Tobey Butler 1/113 Roman Calczynski 1/12 Austin Cameron 20/461 Bill Cheesbourg 1/100 Ted Christopher 1/1 Spencer Clark 2/137 T.J. Clark 2/4 164

Troy Cline 1/4 Gary Collins 10/396 Derrike Cope 15/890 Ernie Cope 8/280 Matt Crafton 1/197 Ricky Craven 2/44 Lee Dailey 1/20 J.C. Danielson 1/2 Mike David 25/924 Brandon Davis 1/3 Jeff Davis 6/46 Marc Davis 1/45 Mike Dillon 1/9 Bobby Dotter 6/296 Phil Dugan 1/1 Mike Duncan 7/367 Dale Earnhardt 1/29 Kerry Earnhardt 1/92 Sonny Easley 18/776 Ron Esau 6/159 Garrett Evans 5/195 Jason Fensler 1/41 Sarah Fisher 1/7 Terry Fisher 3/26 Ryan Foster 1/15 Mike Gallegos 1/31 Ruben Garcia 8/229 Brendan Gaughan 23/1,401 Scott Gaylord 22/664 Doug George 13/625 Bobby Gill 2/165 David Gilliland 15/439 Jacob Gomes 1/16 Jonathon Gomez 1/35 Harry Goularte 4/97 Don Graham 2/47 2011 MEDIA GUIDE

David Green 1/13 Larry Gunselman 7/239 Bobby Hamilton Jr. 1/9 Eric Hardin 2/7 Carl Harr 2/13 Daryl Harr 3/6 Paulie Harraka 6/381 Kevin Harvick 17/833 Joe Heath 1/5 C.T. Hellmund 2/46 Billy Hitchcox 1/11 Lance Hooper 11/1,077 Andy Houston 1/56 Bob Howard 3/100 Tom Hubert 2/6 Brian Ickler 6/444 Jim Inglebright 4/198 Vic Irvan 1/95 Kenny Irwin 1/59 Wayne Jacks 6/242 Markey James 1/5 Jason Jefferson 1/28 Jeff Jefferson 4/186 Jack Jeffrey 3/198 Chris Johnson 1/29 Gary Johnson 7/193 Ray Johnston 1/49 Carl Joiner 5/264 P.J. Jones 2/15 M.K. Kanke 1/1 Bob Kauf 1/15 Kyle Kelley 1/4 Ted Kennedy 4/23 John Kieper 1/10 Frank Kimmel 1/29 John Kinder 1/6 RECORDS


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Lap Leaders (1971-2010) Other Lap Leaders (Races/Laps Led) Matt Kobyluck 3/59 Blake Koch 3/34 John Krebs 21/189 Jeff Krogh 5/82 Mark Krogh 5/183 Jackie Kuper 2/47 Burney Lamar 4/196 Chad Little 20/1,353 Justin Lofton 5/89 Joey Logano 3/114 Patrick Long 5/131 Scott Lynch 25/1,084 Sterling Marlin 2/442 Luis Martinez Jr. 1/31 David Mayhew 15/766 Bill McAnally 2/13 Rick McCray 14/239 Eddy McKean 1/11 Sumner McKnight 8/82 John Metcalf 7/183 Travis Milburn 1/1 Brandon Miller 1/1 Scott Miller 3/77 Pat Mintey 1/7 Brett Moffitt 1/36 Ryan Moore 1/10 Andrew Myers 7/174 Jerry Nadeau 1/79 Brennan Newberry 1/8 Neal Newberry 4/231 Don Noel 2/79 Lance Norick 1/13 Eric Norris 15/355 Dan Obrist 11/342 Rick O'Dell 1/7 Bill Osborne 2/18 Brian Pannone 1/1

RECORDS

Steve Park 1/39 David Pearson 3/10 Terry Petris 5/19 Kyle Petty 2/8 Richard Petty 4/361 Steve Portenga 24/698 Sammy Potashnick 6/277 Greg Pursley 9/255 Don Puskarich 1/47 Dale Quarterley 1/10 Andrew Ranger 1/17 Craig Raudman 2/12 Mark Reed 8/400 Jim Reich 6/247 Kevin Richards 24/871 Scott Riggs 1/61 Jim Robinson 34/1,475 Kirk Rogers 1/9 Art Roth 1/127 Joe Ruttman 1/34 Boris Said 2/8 Jay Sauter 1/3 Eric Schmidt 1/1 Tony Schmidt 1/101 Ken Schrader 20/1,138 Michael Self 2/2 Jack Sellers 1/8 Peyton Sellers 6/266 Billy Jac Shaw 1/6 Stan Silva Jr. 1/1 Jason Small 7/38 Gary Smith 13/680 Kenny Smith 1/1 Moses Smith 4/11 Roy Smith 41/1,378 John Soares 3/162 Todd Souza 3/4

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Lake Speed 1/6 Robert Sprague 6/57 David Starr 1/4 Tim Steele 1/15 Glen Steurer 11/84 Dirk Stephens 5/216 Ernie Stierly 13/745 George Stuart 2/102 Kelly Tanner 3/156 Jim Thirkettle 4/95 Brett Thompson 8/78 Ross Thompson 2/16 Brad Tidrick 1/7 Tony Toste 2/17 Clint Vahsholtz 1/5 Brian Vickers 1/61 Auggie Vidovich 2/190 Lance Wade 4/75 Chuck Wahl 7/143 Mark Walbridge 4/152 Jim Walker 3/99 Kenny Wallace 1/1 Mike Wallace 6/291 Rusty Wallace 1/46 Michael Waltrip 2/217 Don Waterman 5/5 Richard White 7/157 Brandon Whitt 1/17 Tim Williamson 7/267 Dennis Wilson 1/20 Brian Wong 1/20 Jon Wood 3/66 Rich Woodland Jr. 1/64 Tim Woods III 9/187 Cale Yarborough 1/49 Tony Zaffino 1/1

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Championship Margin of Victory (1971-2010) Margin of Victory 1 4 5 6 8 14 15 16 16 19 19 28 30 37 42 43 48 50 51 54 56 58 60 74 77 83 94 98 99 110 111 114 119 123 123 152 164 185 310

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Year

Champion

Runner-up

1990 1984 1979 1992 1980 2003 1982 2004 1986 1985 1981 1994 1996 1988 1983 2005 2008 1987 1978 1973 1989 1974 2001 1991 1997 2006 1999 1993 1998 1976 1977 2007 2002 2010 2009 1995 2000 1975 1972

Bill Schmitt Jim Robinson Bill Schmitt Bill Sedgwick Roy Smith Scott Lynch Roy Smith Mike Duncan Hershel McGriff Jim Robinson Roy Smith Mike Chase Lance Hooper Roy Smith Jim Robinson Mike Duncan Eric Holmes Chad Little Jim Insolo Jack McCoy Bill Schmitt Ray Elder Brendan Gaughan Bill Sedgwick Butch Gilliland Eric Holmes Sean Woodside Rick Carelli Kevin Harvick Chuck Bown Bill Schmitt Mike David Eric Norris Eric Holmes Jason Bowles Doug George Brendan Gaughan Ray Elder Ray Elder

Bill Sedgwick Derrike Cope Tim Williamson Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt Mike Duncan Jim Reich Austin Cameron Chad Little Hershel McGriff Jim Robinson Ron Hornaday Jr Jeff Krogh Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt Steve Portenga Jason Bowles Hershel McGriff Bill Schmitt Sonny Easley Bill Sedgwick Jack McCoy Mark Reed Bill Schmitt Sean Woodside Mike David Austin Cameron Dirk Stephens Sean Woodside Ernie Stierly Chuck Bown Mike Duncan Kevin Richards David Mayhew Eric Holmes Ernie Cope Bobby Dotter Sonny Easley Hershel McGriff

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The Championships (1971-2010) Year

Car No.

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971

20 6 20 2 62 9 9 08 32 16 16 16 75 38 07 37 50 37/61 75 75 73 73 79 95 04 78 78 78 74 11 11 73 01 73 01 96 96 7 96 96

RECORDS

Driver

Car

Eric Holmes Jason Bowles Eric Holmes Mike David Eric Holmes Mike Duncan Mike Duncan Scott Lynch Eric Norris Brendan Gaughan Brendan Gaughan Sean Woodside Kevin Harvick Butch Gilliland Lance Hooper Doug George Mike Chase Rick Carelli Bill Sedgwick Bill Sedgwick Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt Roy Smith Chad Little Hershel McGriff Jim Robinson Jim Robinson Jim Robinson Roy Smith Roy Smith Roy Smith Bill Schmitt Jim Insolo Bill Schmitt Chuck Bown Ray Elder Ray Elder Jack McCoy Ray Elder Ray Elder

Toyota Ford Toyota Ford Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Dodge Ford Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Ford Pontiac Ford Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Ford Ford Pontiac Oldsmobile Oldsmobile Oldsmobile Buick Buick Pontiac Pontiac Pontiac Chevrolet Chevrolet Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge

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Driver Ray Elder Ray Elder Marshall Sargent Ray Elder Ray Elder Ray Elder Ray Elder Ray Elder Ray Elder Jim Insolo Chuck Bown Jim Insolo Jim Insolo David Pearson Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff Rick Carelli Ron Hornaday Jr. Ernie Cope Larry Gunselman Butch Gilliland Scott Gaylord Butch Gilliland Bobby Dotter Brendan Gaughan Scott Gaylord Austin Cameron Austin Cameron Sarah Fisher Austin Cameron Mike Duncan Moses Smith Moses Smith Moses Smith

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Top 10 Year-By-Year (1954-2010) 2010 1. Eric Holmes 2. David Mayhew 3. Paulie Harraka 4. Moses Smith 5. Greg Pursley 6. Jonathon Gomez 7. Luis Martinez Jr. 8. Michael Self 9. Todd Souza 10. Travis Milburn

2009 1,945 1,822 1,707 1,678 1,641 1,630 1,593 1,552 1,496 1,412

2007 1. Mike David 2. Mike Duncan 3. Jason Bowles 4. Brian Ickler 5. Johnny Borneman 6. Justin Lofton 7. Eric Hardin 8. Brett Thompson 9. Alex Haase 10. Eric Richardson

2,013 1,899 1,871 1,838 1,813 1,742 1,712 1,683 1,653 1,617

RECORDS

2,158 2,035 1,978 1,951 1,805 1,799 1,766 1,726 1,590 1,423

2,090 2,074 1,915 1,900 1,877 1,803 1,711 1,666 1,642 1,534

1. Eric Holmes 2. Mike David 3. Mike Duncan 4. Steve Portenga 5. Peyton Sellers 6. Jim Inglebright 7. Scott Gaylord 8. Austin Cameron 9. Brian Ickler 10. Johnny Borneman

1,889 1,806 1,762 1,720 1,675 1,657 1,644 1,631 1,591 1,569

2,098 2,050 1,955 1,919 1,840 1,823 1,770 1,724 1,699 1,630

1. Mike Duncan 2. Steve Portenga 3. Scott Lynch 4. David Gilliland 5. Mike David 6. Brett Thompson 7. Scott Gaylord 8. Tim Woods III 9. Andrew Myers 10. Andrew Lewis

1,665 1,546 1,542 1,459 1,459 1,417 1,383 1,382 1,364 1,339

2002

1. Scott Lynch 2. Mike Duncan 3. Steve Portenga 4. Kevin Richards 5. Scott Gaylord 6. Jim Inglebright 7. Mark Reed 8. Johnny Borneman 9. Brett Thompson 10. Gene Woods

1,890 1,876 1,857 1,734 1,733 1,672 1,663 1,657 1,634 1,458

2000 2,257 2,197 2,048 1,988 1,945 1,914 1,873 1,861 1,852 1,811

1. Eric Holmes 2. Jason Bowles 3. Jeff Barkshire 4. Mike David 5. Jim Inglebright 6. Moses Smith 7. Austin Cameron 8. David Mayhew 9. Johnny Borneman 10. Jason Patison 2005

2003

2001 1. Brendan Gaughan 2. Mark Reed 3. Austin Cameron 4. Steve Portenga 5. Eric Norris 6. Sean Woodside 7. Johnny Borneman 8. Scott Gaylord 9. Brandon Ash 10. Bill Sedgwick

1. Jason Bowles 2. Eric Holmes 3. Greg Pursley 4. Paulie Harraka 5. Brett Thompson 6. David Mayhew 7. Moses Smith 8. Blake Koch 9. Jim Warn 10. Jamie Dick 2006

2004 1. Mike Duncan 2. Austin Cameron 3. David Gilliland 4. Scott Gaylord 5. Scott Lynch 6. Mike David 7. Daryl Harr 8. Carl Harr 9. Tim Woods III 10. Jose Luis Ramirez

2008

1. Eric Norris 2. Kevin Richards 3. Austin Cameron 4. Johnny Borneman 5. Mike Duncan 6. Brandon Ash 7. Mike David 8. Scott Gaylord 9. Greg Pursley 10. Brett Thompson

1,665 1,546 1,542 1,459 1,459 1,417 1,383 1,382 1,364 1,339

1999

1. Brendan Gaughan 2. Bobby Dotter 3. Steve Portenga 4. John Metcalf 5. Kevin Richards 6. Bill Sedgwick 7. Eric Norris 8. Mike Duncan 9. Joe Bean 10. Scott Gaylord

1,956 1,792 1,748 1,705 1,683 1,659 1,621 1,604 1,579 1,568

1. Sean Woodside 2. Austin Cameron 3. Joe Bean 4. Kevin Richards 5. Steve Portenga 6. Jason Small 7. Mike Chase 8. Brandon Ash 9. Sammy Potashnick 10. Butch Gilliland

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2,075 1,981 1,955 1,910 1,889 1,845 1,838 1,831 1,830 1,821

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Top 10 Year-By-Year (1954-2010) 1998 1. Kevin Harvick 2. Sean Woodside 3. Gary Smith 4. Austin Cameron 5. Kevin Richards 6. Butch Gilliland 7. Kelly Tanner 8. Tony Toste 9. Scott Gaylord 10. Jeff Davis

1997 2,315 2,216 1,945 1,909 1,897 1,888 1,821 1,793 1,748 1,745

1995 1. Doug George 2. Ernie Cope 3. Butch Gilliland 4. Dan Obrist 5. Rich Woodland Jr 6. Scott Gaylord 7. L.J. Pryor 8. Wayne Jacks 9. Bill McAnally 10. Garrett Evans

2,295 2,143 2,074 1,988 1,865 1,839 1,730 1,726 1,622 1,433

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2,190 2,113 2,101 1,833 1,795 1,706 1,677 1,377 1,363 1,115

1,817 1,811 1,765 1,742 1,722 1,660 1,517 1,290 1,141 1,047

1. Mike Chase 2. Ron Hornaday Jr 3. John Krebs 4. Jeff Davis 5. Doug George 6. Joe Heath 7. Wayne Jacks 8. Jack Sellers 9. Rich Woodland Jr 10. Chuck Welch

2,190 2,162 2,016 1,958 1,932 1,812 1,768 1,611 1,430 1,420

2,185 2,155 2,070 1,907 1,883 1,841 1,789 1,675 1,623 1,404

1. Rick Carelli 2. Dirk Stephens 3. Bill Sedgwick 4. Wayne Jacks 5. Jack Sellers 6. Rick Scribner 7. Chuck Welch 8. Butch Gilliland 9. Hershel McGriff 10. Tony Hunt

2,390 2,292 2,008 1,888 1,833 1,676 1,448 1,416 1,269 1,151

1990

1. Bill Sedgwick 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Butch Gilliland 4. Hershel McGriff 5. John Krebs 6. Rick Scribner 7. Billy Jac Shaw 8. Robert Sprague 9. Mike Chase 10. Jack Sellers

1,509 1,435 1,413 1,353 1,259 1,211 1,187 1,173 1,172 1,106

1988 1,845 1,789 1,766 1,666 1,626 1,524 1,412 1,344 1,334 1,304

1. Lance Hooper 2. Jeff Krogh 3. Larry Gunselman 4. Mark Krogh 5. Scott Gaylord 6. Rich Woodland Jr 7. Joe Bean 8. Butch Gilliland 9. Bill McAnally 10. Pete Graham 1993

1991

1989 1. Bill Schmitt 2. Bill Sedgwick 3. Roy Smith 4. Hershel McGriff 5. Rick McCray 6. John Krebs 7. Jack Sellers 8. Robert Sprague 9. Bob Walker 10. Butch Gilliland

1. Butch Gilliland 2. Sean Woodside 3. Gary Smith 4. Larry Gunselman 5. Kevin Culver 6. Scott Gaylord 7. Bill McAnally 8. John Kinder 9. St James Davis 10. Dan Obrist 1994

1992 1. Bill Sedgwick 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Rick Carelli 4. John Krebs 5. Ron Hornaday Jr 6. Butch Gilliland 7. Rick Scribner 8. Jack Sellers 9. Chuck Welch 10. Rich Woodland Jr

1996

1. Bill Schmitt 2. Bill Sedgwick 3. Mike Chase 4. Terry Fisher 5. John Krebs 6. Robert Sprague 7. Butch Gilliland 8. Jack Sellers 9. Rick Mackey 10. Bob Walker

1,342 1,341 1,278 1,205 1,183 1,128 1,107 1,018 994 947

1987

1. Roy Smith 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Chad Little 4. J.C. Danielsen 5. Hershel McGriff 6. Jim Bown 7. Bob Howard 8. Scott Gaylord 9. John Krebs 10. Sumner McKnight

418 381 368 329 328 318 312 309 298 271

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1. Chad Little 2. Hershel McGriff 3. Roy Smith 4. Ruben Garcia 5. Bill Schmitt 6. Jim Robinson 7. Harry Goularte 8. John Krebs 9. Roman Calczynski 10. Jack Sellers

412 362 345 342 342 339 330 316 278 277

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NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST

Top 10 Year-By-Year (1954-2010) 1986 1. Hershel McGriff 2. Chad Little 3. Bill Schmitt 4. Jim Robinson 5. Terry Petris 6. Ruben Garcia 7. Glen Steurer 8. John Krebs 9. Derrike Cope 10. Brad Tidrick

1985 408 392 376 368 366 357 342 308 269 261

1983 1. Jim Robinson 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Hershel McGriff 4. Jim Bown 5. Don Waterman 6. Doug Wheeler 7. Pat Mintey 8. Sumner McKnight 9. Ron Esau 10. Bob Kennedy

498 456 438 435 435 409 408 407 401 378

RECORDS

584 565 561 543 518 511 506 494 492 470

486 478 462 439 434 405 390 373 346 325

1. Roy Smith 2. Jim Reich 3. Jim Bown 4. Jim Robinson 5. Bill Schmitt 6. Rick McCray 7. Don Waterman 8. John Krebs 9. Randy Becker 10. Hershel McGriff

607 592 586 581 579 565 561 511 484 438

530 526 512 493 492 484 455 455 422 410

1. Roy Smith 2. Jim Robinson 3. Bill Schmitt 4. Don Waterman 5. Jim Bown 6. Hershel McGriff 7. Pat Mintey 8. Gene Thonesen 9. Don Puskarich 10. Rick McCray

677 658 620 615 606 581 530 495 394 372

1978

1. Bill Schmitt 2. Tim Williamson 3. Jim Insolo 4. Richard White 5. Jim Robinson 6. Rick McCray 7. Robert Tartaglia 8. Pat Mintey 9. Sharon Bishop 10. Roy Smith

748 743 699 691 653 621 498 447 410 405

1976 1,526 1,415 1,355 1,284 1,214 1,112 991 987 835 794

1. Jim Robinson 2. Derrike Cope 3. Sumner McKnight 4. Jim Bown 5. Ron Esau 6. Bill Schmitt 7. Harry Goularte 8. Ruben Garcia 9. John Krebs 10. Hershel McGriff 1981

1979

1977 1. Bill Schmitt 2. Chuck Bown 3. Richard White 4. Gary Johnson 5. Pat Mintey 6. Ernie Stierly 7. John Borneman 8. Sumner McKnight 9. Bill Baker 10. Don Graham

1. Jim Robinson 2. Hershel McGriff 3. Ruben Garcia 4. Glen Steurer 5. Blair Aiken 6. Jim Bown 7. Bill Osborn 8. Bill Schmitt 9. Derrike Cope 10. John Soares 1982

1980 1. Roy Smith 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Jim Robinson 4. Rick McCray 5. Hershel McGriff 6. Don Waterman 7. Don Puskarich 8. Robert Tartaglia 9. Glen Ward 10. Steve Pfeifer

1984

1. Jim Insolo 2. Bill Schmitt 3. Richard White 4. Ray Elder 5. Harry Goularte 6. John Borneman 7. Rick McCray 8. Don Graham 9. Pat Mintey 10. John Krebs

1,065 1,014 954 953 922 903 835 811 753 751

1975

1. Chuck Bown 2. Ernie Stierly 3. Gary Johnson 4. Chuck Wahl 5. Richard White 6. Sumner McKnight 7. Glen Francis 8. Ron Gautsche 9. Bill Schmitt 10. John Kieper

937 827 813 752 738 722 716 653 592 506

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1. Ray Elder 2. Sonny Easley 3. Chuck Wahl 4. Don Puskarich 5. Dennis Wilson 6. Jim Boyd 7. Jim Insolo 8. Richard White 9. Bill Schmitt 10. Ron Gautsche

1,327 1,142 1,102 1,027 1,006 998 988 865 778 743

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Top 10 Year-By-Year (1954-2010) 1974 1. Ray Elder 2. Jack McCoy 3. Jim Insolo 4. Ron Gautsche 5. Sonny Easley 6. Markey James 7. Jim Boyd 8. George Behlman 9. John Dineen 10. Ernie Stierly

1973 1,942 1,884 1,849 1,837 1,836 1,617 1,595 1,574 1,554 1,387

1971 1. Ray Elder 2. Jack McCoy 3. Jim Insolo 4. Bob England 5. John Soares 6. Dick Kranzler 7. Robert Kauf 8. Jerry Barnett 9. Hershel McGriff 10. Frank James

1,471 1,304 1,264 1,224 1,067 988 908 903 843 807

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1,673 1,619 1,618 1,604 1,587 1,503 1,414 1,357 1,272 1,160

1,051 1,049 1,030 985 941 933 902 889 723 631

1. Ray Elder 2. Jack McCoy 3. Dick Bown 4. Jerry Oliver 5. Bob England 6. Frank James 7. George Tallas 8. Johnny Steele 9. John Soares 10. Scott Cain

1,024 1,004 992 971 934 926 813 686 657 612

2,782 2,472 2,434 2,370 2,324 2,289 2,200 2,178 2,075 2,074

1. Ray Elder 2. Jack McCoy 3. Marty Kinerk 4. Jim Cook 5. Scott Cain 6. Johnny Steele 7. Dick Bown 8. Kevin Terris 9. Bob England 10. Jerry Oliver

1,060 1,022 1,014 972 944 932 804 774 768 726

1966

1. Scott Cain 2. Ray Elder 3. Jim Cook 4. Cliff Garner 5. Johnny Steele 6. Jack McCoy 7. Dave James 8. Don Noel 9. Jerry Oliver 10. Clyde Prickett

3,326 2,888 2,688 2,566 2,468 2,432 2,216 2,176 1,922 1,920

1964 3,036 3,030 2,894 2,480 2,316 2,112 1,898 1,854 1,732 1,642

1. Ray Elder 2. Hershel McGriff 3. Dick Bown 4. Jack McCoy 5. John Soares 6. Carl Adams 7. Chuck Bown 8. J.C. Danielsen 9. Dick Kranzler 10. Ron Gautsche 1969

1967

1965 1. Bill Amick 2. Marvin Porter 3. Johnny Steele 4. Jack McCoy 5. Ed Brown 6. Dave James 7. Cliff Garner 8. Scott Cain 9. Carl Joiner 10. Ron Hornaday

1. Jack McCoy 2. Sonny Easley 3. Ray Elder 4. Dick Bown 5. Richard White 6. Ron Gautsche 7. Jim Insolo 8. Carl Adams 9. Chuck Bown 10. John Soares 1970

1968 1. Scott Cain 2. Ray Elder 3. Jim Cook 4. Paul Dorrity 5. Johnny Steele 6. Sam Rose 7. Clyde Prickett 8. Jack McCoy 9. Harold Hardesty 10. Bob Link

1972

1. Jack McCoy 2. Ray Elder 3. Johnny Steele 4. Dave James 5. Scott Cain 6. Marvin Porter 7. Jerry Oliver 8. Frank Burnett 9. Jim Cook 10. Ren Reugebrink

2,552 2,534 2,130 2,100 2,000 1,858 1,836 1,674 1,660 1,546

1963

1. Ron Hornaday 2. Bill Amick 3. Ed Brown 4. Dick Bown 5. Jack McCoy 6. Carl Joiner 7. Kuzie Kuzmanich 8. Larry Bell 9. Scott Cain 10. Johnny Steele

4,706 4,242 3,408 3,122 3,040 2,724 2,232 2,160 1,998 1,954

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1. Ron Hornaday 2. Bob Perry 3. Jim Cook 4. Don Noel 5. Bruce Worrell 6. Jack McCoy 7. Darel Dieringer 8. Joe Weatherly 9. Eddie Pagan 10. Eddie Gray

1,424 1,420 1,140 1,052 996 848 800 768 720 688

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NASCAR K&N PRO SERIES WEST

Top 10 Year-By-Year (1954-2010) 1962 1. Eddie Gray 2. Ron Hornaday 3. Don Noel 4. Lloyd Dane 5. Eddie Pagan 6. Danny Weinberg 7. Jim Blomgren 8. Bill Clifton 9. Scott Cain 10. Clarence Brand

1961 1,364 1,328 1,272 1,204 1,140 1,060 892 752 692 668

1959 1. Bob Ross 2. Lloyd Dane 3. Scott Cain 4. Marvin Porter 5. Parnelli Jones 6. Eddie Gray 7. Johnny Porter 8. Lucky Long 9. Mel Larson 10. Bob Perry

RECORDS

1. Eddie Gray 2. Eddie Pagan 3. Don Noel 4. Lloyd Dane 5. Jim Cook 6. Bob Perry 7. Jack Norton 8. Danny Weinberg 9. Bruce Worrell 10. Jim Blomgren

2,480 2,074 2,064 1,972 1,810 1,650 1,500 1,428 1,416 1,414

1958 1,428 1,280 1,118 1,112 1,070 1,036 1,024 992 976 802

1956 1. Lloyd Dane 2. Chuck Meekins 3. Eddie Pagan 4. Clyde Palmer 5. Jim Blomgren 6. Bob Ross 7. Jim Cook 8. Dick Getty 9. Howard Phillippi 10. John Kieper

1960 1,476 1,464 1,296 1,266 1,258 1,106 1,096 1,076 1,068 1,064

1957

1. Eddie Gray 2. Lloyd Dane 3. Bob Keefe 4. Parnelli Jones 5. Jim Cook 6. Lucky Long 7. Mike Batinich 8. Dave James 9. Danny Graves 10. Marshall Sargent

1,821 1,663 1,536 1,140 1,107 1,068 918 760 754 738

1955 4,476 4,318 4,060 3,002 2,670 2,510 1,996 1,966 1,840 1,806

1. Marvin Porter 2. Don Noel 3. Lloyd Dane 4. Bruce Worrell 5. Eddie Gray 6. Dick Smith 7. Bob Perry 8. Scott Cain 9. Al Self 10. Jim Blomgren

1. Lloyd Dane 2. Eddie Pagan 3. Scott Cain 4. Dick Getty 5. Eddie Gray 6. Bob Ross 7. Danny Graves 8. Parnelli Jones 9. George Seger 10. Jim Blomgren

3,574 3,556 3,032 2,606 2,096 2,004 1,942 1,902 1,738 1,608

1954

1. Danny Letner 2. Allen Adkins 3. Marvin Panch 4. Bill West 5. Ed Brown 6. Lloyd Dane 7. Bill Amick 8. Bill Stamer 9. Sherman Clark 10. George Seeger

2,056 1,594 1,524 1,500 1,164 1,064 944 866 760 738

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1,530 1,292 1,042 982 974 888 858 842 686 666

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53. 10/28/56 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Parnelli Jones Mike McGreevy 150 54. 11/11/56 Willow Springs, Rosamond, Calif. (RC) Marvin Panch Marvin Panch 150m 55. 11/25/56 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Bob Ross Bob Ross 150 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 56. 1/1/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Jim Reed Chuck Meekins 150 57. 3/3/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Jim Reed Eddie Gray 150 58. 4/6/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Danny Letner Eddie Pagan 200 59. 4/27/57 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Jim Reed Bill Amick 200 60. 4/28/57 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Art Watts Art Watts 100 61. 5/4/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Jim Reed Parnelli Jones 200 62. 5/26/57 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Eddie Pagan Art Watts 150 63. 5/29/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Eddie Pagan Eddie Pagan 200 64. 5/30/57 Redwood Acres Speedway, Eureka, Calif. Lloyd Dane Parnelli Jones 200 65. 5/30/57 Bonelli Stadium, Saugus, Calif. Danny Graves Danny Graves 150 66. 6/1/57 Santa Rosa (Calif.) Speedway Eddie Pagan Eddie Pagan 200 67. 6/8/57 L.A. Speedway (Ascot), Gardena, Calif. Eddie Pagan Eddie Pagan 200 68. 6/15/57 Contra Costa Stadium, Walnut Creek, Calif. Lloyd Dane Parnelli Jones 200 69. 6/22/57 Capitol Speedway, Sacramento, Calif. Bill Amick Art Watts 200 70. 6/29/57 Merced (Calif.) Fairgrounds Clyde Palmer Clyde Palmer 200 71. 7/3/57 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Danny Letner Eddie Pagan 200 72. 7/4/57 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. Jim Reed Marvin Porter 150 73. 7/14/57 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Eddie Pagan Art Watts 200 74. 7/27/57 Belmont (Calif.) Stadium Danny Graves Clyde Palmer 200 75. 8/4/57 Kitsap County Airport, Bremerton, Wash. Parnelli Jones Art Watts 80 76. 8/10/57 L.A. Speedway (Ascot), Gardena, Calif. Danny Letner Eddie Pagan 100 77. 8/31/57 L.A. Speedway (Ascot), Gardena, Calif. Lloyd Dane Eddie Gray 100 78. 9/8/57 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Danny Graves Danny Graves 100 79. 9/15/57 Santa Clara (Calif.) Fairgrounds Marvin Porter Qualifying Cancelled 100m _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 80. 1/1/58 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Parnelli Jones Parnelli Jones 150 81. 3/9/58 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 150 82. 4/20/58 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Parnelli Jones Eddie Gray 150 83. 5/17/58 Belmont (Calif.) Stadium Marshall Sargent Eddie Gray 200 84. 6/1/58 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Eddie Gray Parnelli Jones 500m 85. 6/14/58 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. Parnelli Jones Marshall Sargent 100 86. 7/3/58 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Parnelli Jones Eddy Gray 150 87. 7/4/58 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. Parnelli Jones Danny Graves 100 88. 9/7/58 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Parnelli Jones Parnelli Jones 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 89. 11/16/58 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Parnelli Jones Eddie Gray 100 90. 5/30/59 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Parnelli Jones Jim Reed 500 91. 6/13/59 Belmont (Calif.) Stadium Scott Cain Scott Cain 150 92. 7/3/59 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Parnelli Jones Parnelli Jones 150 93. 7/4/59 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. Parnelli Jones Parnelli Jones 150 94. 9/13/59 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Eddie Gray Qualifying Cancelled 100 95. 10/4/59 Kearney Bowl, Fresno, Calif. Scott Cain Rex White 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 96. 1/17/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Parnelli Jones Bob Ross 50 97. 3/20/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Marvin Porter Ron Hornaday Sr. 50 98. 4/4/60 Phoenix (Ariz.) Fairgrounds John Rostek Mel Larson 100m 99. 5/1/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Danny Weinberg Jim Cook 100 100. 6/12/60 Marchbanks Speedway, Hanford, Calif.(RC) Marvin Porter Frank Secrist 250m 101. 6/25/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 50 RECORDS

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102. 7/4/60 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. John Rostek John Rostek 100 103. 7/9/60 Riverside (Calif.) Raceway Marvin Porter John Rostek 50 104. 7/17/60 Kearney Bowl, Fresno, Calif. EddieGray Jim Cook 200 105. 8/13/60 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Eddie Gray Jim Cook 100 106. 8/20/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Lloyd Dane N/A 50 107. 9/11/60 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Jim Cook Jim Cook 100 108. 9/16/60 Riverside (Calif.) Raceway Lloyd Dane Jim Cook 50 109. 10/22/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Danny Letner Danny Letner 50 110. 10/30/60 Balboa Stadium, San Diego, Calif. Don Noel Don Noel 100 111. 11/20/60 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Danny Letner Danny Letner 50 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 112. 1/1/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Jim Cook Jim Cook 100 113. 3/12/61 Marchbanks Speedway, Hanford, Calif.(RC) Fireball Roberts Bob Ross 250m 114. 3/19/61 Kearney Bowl, Fresno, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 100 115. 4/29/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 100 116. 5/21/61 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Lloyd Dane Eddie Gray 100m 117. 5/27/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Danny Weinberg 200 118. 7/4/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ron Hornaday Sr. Don Noel 100 119. 7/22/61 Antioch (Calif.) Speedway Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 100 120. 7/29/61 Atascadero (Calif.) Speedway Eddie Gray Don Noel 100 121. 8/18/61 Saugus (Calif.) Stadium Ron Hornaday Sr. Eddie Pagan 100 122. 9/4/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Gray 100 123. 9/10/61 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Eddie Gray Bill Amick 100 124. 9/23/61 Antioch (Calif.) Speedway Lloyd Dane Jim Cook 100 125. 9/30/61 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Don Noel 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 126. 1/62 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Don Noel Don Noel 100 127. 4/8/62 Marchbanks Speedway, Hanford, Calif.(RC) Danny Letner Danny Letner 100m 128. 4/29/62 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Danny Letner Marvin Porter 100 129. 5/27/62 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Eddie Gray Ron Hornaday Sr. 50 130. 6/1/62 Saugus (Calif.) Stadium (Speedway) Clem Proctor Ron Hornaday Sr. 100 131. 7/3/62 Gardena (Calif.) Stadium Ron Hornaday Sr Don Noel 100 132. 7/29/62 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Eddie Gray Ron Hornaday Sr. 50 133. 8/4/62 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Pagan 100 134. 9/9/62 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Eddie Gray Bill Amick 100 135. 10/28/62 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Eddie Gray Eddie Pagan 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 136. 1/20/63 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Dan Gurney (1) 185 137. 4/27/63 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Don Noel Don Noel 50 138. 5/19/63 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Roger Penske Skip Hudson 250m 139. 7/13/63 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Don Noel Bill Amick 200 140. 7/19/63 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Jim Cook Don Noel 50 141. 8/9/63 Tucson (Ariz.) Speedway Ron Hornaday Sr. Eddie Gray 50 142. 8/10/63 Manzanita Park, Phoenix, Ariz. Ron Hornaday Sr. Jim Cook 50 143. 9/8/63 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Bob Ross Bill Amick 100 144. 9/21/63 Manzanita Park, Phoenix, Ariz. Eddie Gray Don Noel 100 145. 11/3/63 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darel Dieringer (1) 148 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 146. 11/63 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Don Noel N/A 147. 1/19/64 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Dan Gurney (1) 185 148. 3/15/64 San Jose (Calif.) Speedway Carl Joiner Bill Amick 200 149. 3/29/64 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Amick Jack D. McCoy 100 150. 4/19/64 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Dick Bown Kuzie Kuzmanich 200 176

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151. 4/26/64 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Bill Amick Kuzie Kuzmanich 100m 152. 5/3/64 Eugene (Ore.) Speedway Dick Bown Dick Bown 150 153. 5/17/64 Cotati, Calif. (RC) Darel Dieringer Bill Amick 125m 154. 5/24/64 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Amick Dick Bown 200 155. 5/30/64 Redwood Acres Speedway, Eureka, Calif. Bill Amick Ron Hornaday Sr. 100 156. 6/6/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Bill Amick Ron Hornaday Sr. 200 157. 6/14/64 Tacoma, Wash. Bill Amick Bill Amick 150 158. 6/20/64 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Jack D. McCoy Bill Amick 200 159. 6/21/64 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ron Hornaday Sr. Kuzie Kuzmanich 200 160. 7/4/64 Jantzen Beach Arena, Portland, Ore. Bill Amick Bill Amick 100 161. 7/12/64 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Bill Amick Bill Amick 100m 162. 7/17/64 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Ron Hornaday Sr. Bill Amick 100 163. 7/18/64 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Bill Amick Bill Amick 100 164. 8/1/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Marvin Porter Ron Hornaday Sr. 200 165. 8/9/64 Oregon Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Raceway, Eugene, Ore. (RC) Ron Hornaday Sr. Bill Amick 150m 166. 8/15/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Bob Perry Marvin Porter 100 167. 8/16/64 Elma, Wash. Ron Hornaday Sr. Jack D. McCoy 25m 168. 8/23/64 Chehalis, Wash. Ron Hornaday Sr. Ron Hornaday Sr. 50 169. 9/6/64 Jantzen Beach Arena, Portland, Ore. Jack D. McCoy Dick Bown 150 170. 9/7/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Bill Amick Ron Hornaday Sr. 200 171. 9/19/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ron Hornaday Sr. Eddie Gray 100 172. 9/27/64 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jack D. McCoy Jack D. McCoy 250 173. 10/4/64 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Bob Ross Fritz Wilson 100 174. 10/17/64 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Dick Bown Ron Hornaday Sr. 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 175. 11/15/64 Champion Speedway, Brisbane, Calif. Ron Hornaday Sr. Ron Hornaday Sr. 200 176. 1/17/65 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Dan Gurney (1) 500m 177. 3/14/65 San Jose (Calif.) Speedway Bill Amick Jack McCoy 200 178. 3/27/65 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Cliff Garner Marvin Porter 200 179. 4/4/65 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Amick Bill Amick 100 180. 4/25/65 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Bill Amick Bill Amick 100 181. 5/2/65 Champion Speedway, Brisbane, Calif. Marvin Porter Carl Joiner 100 182. 5/16/65 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Amick Kuzie Kazmanich 150 183. 5/30/65 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Bill Amick Marvin Porter 500 184. 6/27/65 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Amick Bill Amick 200 185. 7/4/65 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Clem Proctor Bill Amick 200 186. 9/5/65 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Bill Amick Marvin Porter 100 187. 10/3/65 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Bill Amick Bill Amick 100 188. 11/7/65 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Marvin Porter Clem Proctor 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 189. 1/23/66 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Dan Gurney (1) 185 190. 4/17/66 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jack McCoy Marvin Porter 100 191. 4/30/66 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 200 192. 5/29/66 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Marvin Porter Marvin Porter 200 193. 6/25/66 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Jack McCoy Marvin Porter 100 194. 6/26/66 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Kuzie Kuzmanich Carl Joiner 150 195. 7/3/66 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Scott Cain Jack McCoy 100 196. 7/16/66 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Marvin Porter Marvin Porter 100 197. 7/31/66 Vallejo (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 200 198. 8/6/66 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Johnny Steele Jack McCoy 100 199. 9/4/66 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Marvin Porter Scott Cain 100 200. 9/11/66 Altamont Raceway, Tracy, Calif. Marvin Porter Marvin Porter 100 201. 9/18/66 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ray Elder Hershel McGriff 200 RECORDS

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202. 10/1/66 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Johnny Steele Jack McCoy 150 203. 10/9/66 Sacramento (Calif) Fairgrounds Don Noel Jack McCoy 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 204. 11/27/66 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 205. 12/4/66 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Johnny Steele Jack McCoy 100 206. 1/22/67 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Parnelli Jones (1) 185 207. 4/9/67 Capitol Speedway, Sacramento, Calif. Jim Cook Scott Cain 100 208. 4/30/67 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Scott Cain Scott Cain 100 209. 5/13/67 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Cliff Garner Carl Joiner 100 210. 5/14/67 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Scott Cain Carl Joiner 100 211. 5/27/67 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 100 212. 5/30/67 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 213. 7/1/67 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Cliff Garner Don Noel 100 214. 7/2/67 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Scott Cain Dave James 100 215. 7/16/67 Alameda County Frgrnds, Pleasanton, Calif. Scott Cain Scott Cain 100 216. 7/21/67 Rogue Valley Raceway, Medford, Ore. Scott Cain Scott Cain 100 217. 7/22/67 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Johnny Steele Cliff Garner 150 218. 7/23/67 Jantzen Beach Arena, Portland, Ore. Cliff Garner Cliff Garner 100 219. 7/29/67 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Jack McCoy 150 220. 7/30/67 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jack McCoy Cliff Garner 100 221. 9/3/67 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Marvin Porter 100 222. 9/29/67 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Scott Cain 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 223. 1/21/68 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Dan Gurney (1) 500m 224. 4/21/68 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Harold Hardesty 100 225. 5/18/68 Kearney Bowl, Fresno, Calif. Harold Hardesty Harold Hardesty 150 226. 5/19/68 Vallejo (Calif.) Speedway Scott Cain Ray Elder 150 227. 5/29/68 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 228. 6/23/68 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 200 229. 6/29/68 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Johnny Steele Jack McCoy 100 230. 6/30/68 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 231. 7/4/68 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 232. 7/6/68 Eugene (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 233. 7/7/68 Rogue Valley Raceway, Medford, Ore. Clyde Prickett Harold Hardesty 100 234. 8/3/68 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Don Noel Cliff Garner 100 235. 8/17/68 Tri-City Raceway, W. Richland, Wash. Ray Elder Frank James 100 236. 8/31/68 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Dave James Dave James 100 237. 9/2/68 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jack McCoy Cliff Garner 100 238. 9/13/68 Redwood Acres Speedway, Eureka, Calif. Hershel McGriff Harold Hardesty 100 239. 9/21/68 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Jack McCoy 100 240. 9/22/68 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 241. 9/27/68 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Jack McCoy 100 242. 10/19/68 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Ron Hornaday Sr. Ron Hornaday Sr. 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 243. 2/1/69 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Richard Petty / Ray Elder (7) 500m 244. 4/27/69 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Marty Kinerk Ray Elder 100 245. 5/30/69 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Jack McCoy Ray Elder 100 246. 6/8/69 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 151m 247. 7/4/69 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Scott Cain Marty Kinerk 100 248. 7/5/69 Tri-City Raceway, W. Richland, Wash. Jim Cook Dick Bown 100 249. 7/6/69 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 250. 7/11/69 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 251. 7/12/69 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 178

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252. 7/13/69 Jantzen Beach Arena, Portland, Ore. Dick Bown Ray Elder 150 253. 7/26/69 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 254. 8/2/69 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Marty Kinerk 150 255. 8/10/69 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jack McCoy Ray Elder 60 256. 8/31/69 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jack McCoy Dick Bown 100 257. 9/1/69 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jack McCoy Cliff Garner 100 258. 9/6/69 Community Rcwy Park, Klamath Falls, Ore. Marty Kinerk Ray Elder 100 259. 9/7/69 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Scott Cain Ray Elder 100 260. 9/20/69 Santa Maria (Calif.) Speedway Marty Kinerk Jack McCoy 150 261. 10/11/69 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 262. 12/7/69 * Texas Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l Speedway, CollegeStation, Tex. Bobby Isaac / Ray Elder (6) 250 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 263. 1/18/70 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway A.J. Foyt / Neil Castles (7) 500m 264. 4/12/70 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 265. 5/2/70 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 266. 5/10/70 Sacramento (Calif.) Fairgrounds Tiny Lund Tiny Lund 100 267. 6/14/70 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Richard Petty / John Soares Jr (4) 400m 268. 7/2/70 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jack McCoy Ray Elder 100 269. 7/4/70 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Dick Bown Dick Bown 100 270. 7/5/70 Jantzen Beach Arena, Portland, Ore. Ray Elder Ray Elder 150 271. 8/7/70 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Jack McCoy Ray Elder 150 272. 8/8/70 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Jack McCoy Dick Bown 150 273. 8/15/70 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Dick Bown Dick Bown 150 274. 8/28/70 Rogue Valley Raceway, Medford, Ore. Hershel McGriff Jack McCoy 100 275. 8/29/70 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Dick Bown Dick Bown 150 276. 8/31/70 Spanaway Speedway, Tacoma, Wash. Dick Bown John Soares Jr. 150 277. 9/4/70 Tri-City Raceway, W. Richland, Wash. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 278. 9/7/70 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Dick Bown Ray Elder 150 279. 10/10/70 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Dick Bown Jack McCoy 150 280. 10/17/70 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 281. 10/31/70 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 282. 1/10/71 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Ray Elder (1) 191 283. 2/28/71 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway AJ Foyt / Ray Elder (7) 500m 284. 3/7/71 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 400 285. 3/21/71 San Jose (Calif.) Speedway John Soares Jr Dick Bown 150 286. 5/9/71 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Jim Insolo Jack McCoy 150 287. 5/15/71 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jack McCoy John Soares Jr. 150 288. 6/5/71 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Ray Elder 200 289. 6/20/71 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bobby Allison / Ray Elder (2) 153 290. 6/26/71 Salem (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 100 291. 7/2/71 Spanaway Speedway, Tacoma, Wash. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 292. 7/4/71 Skagit Speedway, Mount Vernon, Wash. Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 293. 7/10/71 Umatilla Speedway, Hermiston, Ore. Ray Elder Jim Insolo 100 294. 7/11/71 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 295. 7/13/71 Langley Speedway, Langley, B.C. Canada Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 296. 7/16/71 Medford (Ore.) Speedway Carl Joiner Carl Joiner 100 297. 7/17/71 Roseburg (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 298. 7/30/71 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 150 299. 7/31/71 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. John Anderson Ray Elder 150 300. 8/7/71 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Ray Elder 150 301. 8/8/71 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Ray Elder 150 302. 8/20/71 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Hershel McGriff 100 RECORDS

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303. 9/6/71 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ray Elder Ray Elder 200 304. 9/8/71 Interstate Fairground Spdwy, Spokane, Wa. Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 100 305. 9/11/71 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Ray Elder Ray Elder 150 306. 10/30/71 San Gabriel Valley Racewy, Irwindale, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 307. 12/12/71 *Texas World Speedway, College Stat, Tex Richard Petty / Bob England (29) 500m _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 308. 1/23/72 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Richard Petty / Ray Elder (4) 390m 309. 3/5/72 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway AJ Foyt / Ray Elder (5) 500m 310. 3/19/72 San Jose (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 311. 5/13/72 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Dick Bown Ray Elder 150 312. 5/14/72 Sierra Mesa Raceway, Marysville, Calif. Ray Elder Hershel McGriff 100 313. 5/26/72 Tri-City Raceway, W. Richland, Wash. Jack McCoy Hershel McGriff 150 314. 5/27/72 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 150 315. 5/28/72 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 200 316. 6/18/72 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Ray Elder (1) 400m 317. 6/23/72 Medford (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 318. 6/25/72 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 319. 6/28/72 Interstate Fairground Spdwy, Spokane, Wa. Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 320. 6/30/72 Meridian (Idaho) Speedway Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 321. 7/1/72 Spanaway Speedway, Tacoma, Wash. Jack McCoy Hershel McGriff 150 322. 7/2/72 Langley Speedway, Langley, B.C. Canada Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 323. 7/3/72 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Dick Bown Ray Elder 150 324. 7/4/72 Skagit Speedway, Mount Vernon, Wash. Hershel McGriff Jim Danielson 150 325. 7/11/72 Redwood Acres Speedway, Eureka, Calif. Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 125 326. 8/4/72 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 327. 8/5/72 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 328. 8/12/72 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 150 329. 8/18/72 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Hershel McGriff 100 330. 8/19/72 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 150 331. 9/3/72 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ray Elder Hershel McGriff 250 332. 9/8/72 Umatilla Speedway, Hermiston, Ore. Ray Elder Ray Elder 125 333. 9/9/72 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jack McCoy Dick Bown 125 334. 9/10/72 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Ray Elder 200 335. 9/16/72 Ascot Park, Gardena, Calif. Dick Bown Jim Danielson 250 336. 10/1/72 West Capitol Speedway, Sacramento, Calif. Ray Elder Chuck Bown 75 337. 10/22/72 Sierra Mesa Raceway, Marysville, Calif. Jack McCoy Hershel McGriff 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 338. 4/29/73 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 100 339. 5/5/73 Madera (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 340. 5/19/73 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 341. 5/26/73 Century 21 Speedway, Aurora, Colo. Bob Kauf Don Graham 150 342. 6/23/73 Klamath Falls (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 343. 6/24/73 Coos Bay (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Ray Elder 100 344. 6/30/73 Umatilla Speedway, Hermiston, Ore. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 345. 7/1/73 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 100 346. 7/3/73 Spanaway Speedway, Tacoma, Wash. Ray Elder Ron Eaton 100 347. 7/8/73 Westwood Road Course, Vancouver B.C. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 150m 348. 7/21/73 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Ray Elder 150 349. 7/28/73 Cajon Speedway, El Cajon, Calif. Dick Bown Jack McCoy 150 350. 8/4/73 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 351. 8/11/73 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder John Soares Jr. 100 352. 8/18/73 Bakersfield (Calif.) Speedway Jack McCoy Ray Elder 100 353. 8/26/73 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Sonny Easley Hershel McGriff 150m 180

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354. 9/2/73 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 200 355. 9/5/73 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Jack McCoy Ray Elder 150 356. 9/8/73 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 357. 9/9/73 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 200 358. 9/16/73 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Jim Insolo Ray Elder 100 ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 359. 1/26/74 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Cale Yarborough / Hershel McGriff (10) 500m 360. 4/21/74 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Jim Insolo Jack McCoy 100 361. 5/3/74 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 362. 5/11/74 Manzanita Speedway, Phoenix, Ariz. Jack McCoy Ernie Stierly 100 363. 5/12/74 Corona Speedway, Tucson, Ariz. Ray Elder Ray Elder 100 364. 5/24/74 South Bay Park Spdwy, Chula Vista, Calif. Jim Boyd Sonny Easley 100 365. 5/27/74 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Sonny Easley Sonny Easley 100 366. 6/9/74 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Cale Yarborough / Sonny Easley (7) 400m 367. 6/23/74 Westwood Road Course, Vancouver B.C. Ray Elder Jim Insolo 150 368. 6/26/74 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Sonny Easley Jack McCoy 150 369. 6/29/74 Spanaway Speedway, Tacoma, Wash. Jim Insolo Jack McCoy 150 370. 7/1/74 Stateline (Idaho) Speedway Jim Insolo Sonny Easley 150 371. 7/3/74 Umatilla Speedway, Hermiston, Ore. Jim Insolo Ray Elder 100 372. 7/4/74 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jim Insolo Ray Elder 100 373. 7/12/74 Medford (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 374. 7/13/74 Eugene (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 100 375. 7/14/74 Coos Bay (Ore.) Speedway Jack McCoy Ray Elder 150 376. 7/27/74 Cajon Speedway, El Cajon, Calif. Ray Elder Sonny Easley 150 377. 8/2/74 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Jack McCoy Jack McCoy 150 378. 8/4/74 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Jack McCoy 100 379. 8/17/74 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Ray Elder Chuck Wahl 100 380. 8/23/74 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Sonny Easley Sonny Easley 100 381. 9/1/74 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Harry Jefferson Jim Insolo 200 382. 9/7/74 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Harry Jefferson Sonny Easley 100 383. 9/8/74 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jim Insolo Carl Joiner 200 384. 9/14/74 Speedway 605, Irwindale, Calif. Sonny Easley Jim Insolo 150 385. 9/28/74 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Jim Insolo Jim Insolo 100 386. 11/24/74 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Bobby Allison / Bruce Hill (13) 500m _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 387. 1/19/75 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bobby Allison / Gary Matthews (8) 500m 388. 5/3/75 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Chuck Wahl Jim Insolo 100m 389. 5/10/75 Manzanita Speedway, Phoenix, Ariz. Bill Cheesbourg Ray Elder 100 390. 5/26/75 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Sonny Easley Jim Insolo 100 391. 6/8/75 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Richard Petty / Ray Elder (4) 400m 392. 6/29/75 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Ray Elder Jim Insolo 100 393. 7/3/75 Umatilla Speedway, Hermiston, Ore. Ernie Stierly Ernie Stierly 100 394. 7/4/75 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ernie Stierly Ray Elder 100 395. 7/6/75 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ray Elder Ray Elder 150 396. 7/26/75 Santa Maria (Calif.) Speedway Ray Elder Don Puskarich 100 397. 8/1/75 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Chuck Wahl Chuck Wahl 100 398. 8/22/75 Clovis (Calif.) Speedway Jim Insolo Jim Boyd 100 399. 8/24/75 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Sonny Easley Jim Insolo 100 400. 8/31/75 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ray Elder Don Hall 200 401. 9/6/75 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jim Insolo Jim Insolo 100 402. 9/7/75 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Schmitt Chuck Bown 150 403. 9/20/75 Manzanita Speedway, Phoenix, Ariz. Ray Elder Steve Vaughn 100 404. 11/23/75 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Buddy Baker / Jim Insolo (7) 500m RECORDS

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455. 8/27/78 Coos Bay (Ore.) Speedway Jack Jeffery Jim Insolo 100 456. 9/2//78 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Jim Insolo Ron Eaton 100 457. 9/23/78 Orange Show, San Bernardino, Calif. Jim Insolo Bill Schmitt 100 458. 11/19/78 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Bobby Allison / Jim Insolo (7) 200 459. 11/26/78 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Richard Petty Richard Petty 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 460. 1/14/79 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darrell Waltrip / Bill Schmitt (4) 312m 461. 5/27/79 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt 100 462. 6/10/79 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bobby Allison / Hal Callantine (12) 249m 463. 6/24/79 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Neil Newberry Jim Bown 150 464. 6/30/79 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Ron Eaton Bill Schmitt 100 465. 7/4/79 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Roy Smith Roy Smith 100 466. 7/20/79 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Tim Williamson Jim Insolo 100 467. 7/21/79 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Bill Schmitt Jim Insolo 100 468. 7/28/79 Craig Road Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Bill Schmitt Tim Williamson 100 469. 8/12/79 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jim Insolo Tim Williamson 59 470. 8/26/79 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ron Eaton Roy Smith 100 471. 8/31/79 Spokane (Wash.) Fairgrounds Speedway Jim Insolo Roy Smith 100 472. 9/3/79 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ron Eaton Bill Schmitt 100 473. 9/8/79 Ascot Speedway, Gardena, Calif. Bill Schmitt Jim Insolo 100 474. 11/18/79 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Benny Parsons / Bill Schmitt (18) 500m 475. 11/25/79 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Neil Bonnett Richard Petty 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 476. 1/19/80 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darrell Waltrip / Bill Schmitt (5) 312m 477. 4/13/80 Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Roy Smith Bill Schmitt 50 478. 5/17/80 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Ivan Baldwin Ron Eaton 200 479. 6/8/80 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darrell Waltrip / Bill Schmitt (13) 249m 480. 6/22/80 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Jim Insolo Jim Insolo 66 481. 6/29//80 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ron Eaton Ron Eaton 200 482. 8/10/80 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bobby Allison Ron Eaton 200 483. 8/24/80 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jim Insolo Bob Bondurant 59 484. 11/8/80 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bobby Allison Roy Smith 200 485. 11/15/80 * Ontario (Calif.) Motor Speedway Benny Parsons / Bill Schmitt (11) 500m 486. 11/23/80 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Richard Petty Richard Petty 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 487. 1/11/81 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bobby Allison / Jim Robinson (6) 312m 488. 5/16/81 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jim Insolo Roy Smith 150 489. 5/24/81 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Jim Robinson Jim Robinson 150 490. 5/30/81 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Roy Smith Roy Smith 150 491. 6/14/81 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darrell Waltrip / Roy Smith (8) 249m 492. 6/28/81 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Roy Smith Jim Insolo 66 493. 7/5/81 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jim Robinson Derrike Cope 150 494. 7/8/81 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Jim Bown Jim Robinson 150 495. 7/12/81 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Roy Smith Roy Smith 200 496. 8/8/81 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Jim Robinson Bill Schmitt 150 497. 8/30/81 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Roy Smith Hershel McGriff 48 498. 9/27/81 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Bill Schmitt Roy Smith 70 499. 11/22/81 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bobby Allison / Gary Kershaw (12) 312m 500. 11/29/81 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Richard Petty Neil Bonnett 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 501. 5/8/82 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Jim Robinson Ron Eaton 150 502. 5/15/82 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jim Bown Jim Bown 150 503. 5/29/82 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Jim Bown Jim Bown 150 RECORDS

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504. 6/13/82 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Tim Richmond / Roy Smith (6) 248m 505. 7/4/82 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ron Eaton Ron Eaton 150 506. 7/10/82 Western Speedway, Victoria, B.C. Canada Jim Reich Ron Eaton 150 507. 7/24/82 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Ron Eaton Ron Eaton 150 508. 8/1/82 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Ron Eaton Ron Eaton 200 509. 8/8/82 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Roy Smith Roy Smith 70 510. 8/15/82 CDR Tech Track, Castle Rock, Colo. Rick McCray Hershel McGriff 46 511. 8/29/82 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Rick MCray Roy Smith 48 512. 11/21/82 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Tim Richmond / Jim Bown (10) 312m 513. 11/28/82 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Bobby Allison Joe Ruttman 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 514. 5/14/83 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Jim Bown Jim Bown 150 515. 5/22/83 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Hershel McGriff Jim Bown 70 516. 6/5/83 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Ricky Rudd / Bill Schmitt (9) 95 517. 7/2/83 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Ron Eaton Jim Bown 150 518. 7/31/83 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jim Robinson Jim Bown 200 519. 8/6/83 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Jim Robinson Bill Schmitt 150 520. 8/28/83 Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Hershel McGriff Jim Bown 48 521. 10/9/83 Caesars Palace Circuit, Las Vegas, Nev. Jim Robinson Ron Eaton 100 522. 11/20/83 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Bill Elliott / Hershel McGriff (8) 312m 523. 11/27/83 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Ron Eaton Jim Bown 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 524. 6/3/84 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Terry Labonte / Jim Robinson (14) 95 525. 6/30/84 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Ron Eaton Ron Eaton 150 526. 7/8/84 Seattle Int’l Raceway, Kent, Wash. Jim Bown Hershel McGriff 55 527. 7/15/84 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Derrike Cope Ron Eaton 150 528. 7/29/84 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jim Robinson Hershel McGriff 200 529. 8/4/84 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Derrike Cope Bill Schmitt 150 530. 9/30/84 Willow Springs Raceway, Rosamond, Calif. Scott Miller Scott Miller 50 531. 10/14/84 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jim Bown Hershel McGriff 70 532. 10/27/84 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Sumner McKnight Ron Esau 200 533. 11/18/84 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Geoff Bodine / Bill Schmitt (13) 312m 534. 11/25/84 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Bill Schmitt Ron Eaton 156 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 535. 4/28/85 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 74 536. 5/11/85 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Jim Robinson Jim Bown 150 537. 6/2/85 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Terry Labonte / Glen Steurer (11) 400k 538. 6/8/85 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Ruben Garcia Terry Petris 200 539. 6/23/85 Seattle Int’l Raceway, Kent, Wash. Dale Earnhardt Hershel McGriff 55 540. 7/4/85 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jim Bown Jim Bown 201 541. 7/7/85 Northwest Speedway, Stateline, Idaho Jim Robinson Derrike Cope 150 542. 7/13/85 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Hershel McGriff Hershel McGriff 150 543. 8/18/85 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Derrike Cope Ron Eaton 500 544. 9/29/85 Willow Springs Raceway, Rosamond, Calif. Hershel McGriff Ruben Garcia 50 545. 10/5/85 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Ruben Garcia Hershel McGriff 200 546. 11/17/85 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Ricky Rudd / Glen Steurer (11) 500k ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 547. 4/27/86 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jim Robinson Hershel McGriff 75 548. 6/1/86 * Riverside (Calif.) International Raceway Darrell Waltrip / Glen Steurer (10) 400k 549. 7/13/86 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Chad Little Bill Elliott 500 550. 8/3/86 Race City Speedway, Calgary, AB Canada Bill Schmitt Bill Schmitt 500 551. 8/10/86 Street Course, Tacoma, Wash. Hershel McGriff Derrike Cope 83 552. 8/24/86 Portland (Ore.) International Raceway Hershel McGriff Derrike Cope 95 184

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600. 5/17/92 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Rick Carelli Gary Collins 300 601. 5/30/92 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Rick Carelli Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 602. 6/7/92 * Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Ernie Irvan / Bill Sedgwick (19) 74 603. 6/13/92 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Bill Sedgwick Jim Bown 200 604. 6/28/92 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Sedgwick Hershel McGriff 200 605. 7/12/92 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Bill Sedgwick Chad Little 500 606. 8/1/92 South Sound Speedway, Tenino, Wash. Rick Carelli Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 607. 8/15/92 Cajon Speedway, El Cajon, Calif. Bill Schmitt Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 608. 9/20/92 * Texas World Speedway, College St Texas Mickey Gibbs / John Krebs (4) 156 609. 10/18/92 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bill Sedgwick Ron Hornaday Jr. 300 610. 11/1/92 * Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Davey Allison / John Krebs (23) 312 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 611. 3/21/93 * Texas World Speedway, College St Texas Darrell Waltrip / Hershel McGriff (4) 156 612. 4/17/93 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bill Sedgwick Hershel McGriff 200 613. 4/24/93 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Rick Carelli Rick Carelli 200 614. 5/16/93 * Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Geoff Bodine / Rick Carelli (21) 74 615. 6/12/93 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Dirk Stephens Butch Gilliland 200 616. 6/19/93 Shasta Speedway, Anderson, Calif. Rick Carelli Rick Carelli 200 617. 6/27/93 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Rick Carelli Dirk Stephens 500 618. 7/4/93 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ken Schrader Bill Sedgwick 200 619. 7/18/93 Coos Bay Int’l Speedway, Coos Bay, Ore. Rick Carelli Rick Carelli 200 620. 7/24/93 South Sound Speedway, Tenino, Wash. Dirk Stephens Bill Sedgwick 200 621. 8/14/93 Cajon Speedway, El Cajon, Calif. Rick Carelli Rick Carelli 200 622. 9/4/93 Tri-City Raceway, W Richland, Wash. Dirk Stephens Rick Carelli 200 623. 10/17/93 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bill Sedgwick Gary Collins 300 624. 10/31/93 * Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Mark Martin / Rick Carelli (21) 312 ________________________________________________________________________________________________ 625. 4/24/94 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Gary Collins Butch Gilliland 200 626. 4/30/94 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Mike Chase Butch Gilliland 200 627. 5/15/94 * Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Ernie Irvan / Butch Gilliland (27) 74 628. 5/28/94 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 629. 6/11/94 Yakima (Wash.) Speedway Mike Chase Doug George 200 630. 6/18/94 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Mike Chase Gary Collins 250 631. 7/3/94 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Rick Carelli Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 632. 8/6/94 * Indianapolis Motor Spy, Indianapolis, Ind. Jeff Gordon / Mike Chase (42) 400m 633. 8/20/94 Cajon Speedway, El Cajon, Calif. Ron Hornaday Jr. P.J. Jones 200 634. 9/3/94 Tri-City Raceway, W Richland, Wash. Mike Chase Lance Wade 200 635. 9/17/94 Las Vegas Spdwy Park, Las Vegas, Nev. Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 636. 10/16/94 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Ken Schrader Ken Schrader 300 637. 10/30/94 * Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Terry Labonte / P.J. Jones (29) 312 638. 11/27/94 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Ron Hornaday Jr. Ron Hornaday Jr. 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 639. 1/22/95 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Bill Sedgwick Butch Gilliland 200 640. 4/23/95 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Bill Sedgwick Bill Sedgwick 200 641. 5/7/95 * Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Dale Earnhardt / Doug George (31) 74 642. 5/20/95 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Mike Chase Garrett Evans 200 643. 6/17/95 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Mike Chase Mike Chase 250 644. 7/4/95 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Ernie Cope Jim Bown 200 645. 7/15/95 Saugus (Calif.) Speedway Butch Gilliland Ernie Cope 200 646. 7/22/95 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Doug George Butch Gilliland 200 647. 8/20/95 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Doug George Doug George 200 648. 9/2/95 Madera (Calif.) Speedway Doug George Doug George 200 649. 9/17/95 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Doug George Doug George 250 186

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699. 3/27/99 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Mike Wallace Mike Wallace 100 700. 5/1/99 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Ricky Craven Austin Cameron 100 701. 5/16/99 Pikes Peak Int’l Raceway, Fountain, Colo. Mike Wallace Mike Wallace 150 702. 5/30/99 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Butch Gilliland Butch Gilliland 200 703. 6/19/99 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Steve Portenga Butch Gilliland 250 704. 7/18/99 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Kevin Richards Kelly Tanner 200 705. 8/14/99 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Bill Sedgwick Sean Woodside 200 706. 8/21/99 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Austin Cameron Sammy Potashnick 250 707. 9/6/99 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Butch Gilliland Sean Woodside 250 708. 9/25/99 Las Vegas Mtr Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Kevin Richards Brendan Gaughan 100 709. 10/17/99 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Sean Woodside Bill Sedgwick 250 710. 11/20/99 Twin Ring Motegi, Motegi City, Japan Kevin Richards Mike Wallace 201 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 711. 3/18/00 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Kevin Richards Steve Portenga 100 712. 3/25/00 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Brendan Gaughan Bill Sedgwick 200 713. 4/21/00 Las Vegas Mtr Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. David Starr Brendan Gaughan 100 714. 4/29/00 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Johnny Benson Ken Schrader 103 715. 5/21/00 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Bobby Dotter Austin Cameron 69 716. 6/24/00 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Bobby Dotter Bobby Dotter 250 717. 7/4/00 Portland (Ore.) Speedway Jeff Jefferson Jeff Jefferson 200 718. 7/16/00 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Brendan Gaughan Jeff Jefferson 200 719. 8/19/00 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Joe Bean Brendan Gaughan 250 720. 9/4/00 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Bobby Dotter Brendan Gaughan 250 721. 10/22/00 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Eric Norris Kevin Harvick 254 722. 11/11/00 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Bobby Dotter Austin Cameron 305 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 723. 2/2/01 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Ken Schrader Mark Reed 150 724. 3/1/01 The Bullring LVMS, Las Vegas, Nev. Mark Reed Mark Reed 300 725. 3/10/01 Tucson (Ariz.) Raceway Park Johnny Borneman John Baker 250 726. 3/18/01 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Steve Portenga Austin Cameron 200 727. 4/28/01 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Brendan Gaughan Mark Reed 100 728. 5/12/01 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Brendan Gaughan Mark Reed 250 729. 5/20/01 Laguna Seca Raceway, Monterey, Calif. Tavo CT Hellmund Sean Woodside 69 730. 6/2/01 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kan. Frank Kimmel Jon Wood 100 731. 6/30/01 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Brendan Gaughan Sean Woodside 200 732. 7/14/01 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Steve Portenga Sean Woodside 225 733. 7/21/01 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Brendan Gaughan Sean Woodside 250 734. 9/1/01 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Sammy Potashnick Brett Thompson 250 735. 10/13/01 Las Vegas Mtr Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Brendan Gaughan Jon Wood 100 736. 11/10/01 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Brendan Gaughan Sean Woodside 250 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 737. 2/2/02 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Austin Cameron Eric Norris 150 738. 4/13/02 The Bullring LVMS, Las Vegas, Nev. Austin Cameron Austin Cameron 222 739. 4/27/02 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Eric Norris Eric Norris 91 740. 6/1/02 Kansas Speedway, Kansas City, Kan. Brandon Ash Austin Cameron 100 741. 6/29/02 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Eric Norris Austin Cameron 200 742. 7/27/02 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Austin Cameron Austin Cameron 200 743. 8/17/02 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Johnny Borneman Brandon Ash 202 744. 8/31/02 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Austin Cameron Scott Gaylord 250 745. 9/21/02 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Austin Cameron Scott Gaylord 205 746. 10/12/02 Las Vegas Mtr Speedway, Las Vegas, Nev. Scott Lynch Brendan Gaughan 100 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 747. 2/2/03 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Ken Schrader Scott Lynch 151 188

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748. 4/12/03 The Bullring LVMS, Las Vegas, Nev. Jim Inglebright Jim Inglebright 222 749. 4/26/03 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Steve Portenga Johnny Borneman 100 750. 5/31/03 Madera (Calif.) Speedway Mike Duncan Mike Duncan 152 751. 6/21/03 Tri-City Raceway, W Richland, Wash. Jason Jefferson Kevin Richards 150 752. 6/28/03 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Mark Reed Kevin Richards 200 753. 7/26/03 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Scott Lynch Scott Lynch 200 754. 8/16/03 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Austin Cameron Austin Cameron 207 755. 8/30/03 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Scott Lynch Austin Cameron 200 756. 9/20/03 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Austin Cameron Austin Cameron 200 757. 10/5/03 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Scott Lynch Scott Lynch 150 758. 10/18/03 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Mike Duncan Mike Duncan 150 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 759. 1/25/04 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Ken Schrader Qualifying cancelled 150 760. 3/27/04 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. David Gilliland Mike Duncan 151 761. 5/1/04 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Ken Schrader Clint Bowyer 100 762. 5/29/04 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Austin Cameron Mike Duncan 150 763. 7/17/04 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Austin Cameron David Gilliland 200 764. 7/31/04 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Austin Cameron Mike Duncan 157 765. 8/14/04 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Mike David Mike Duncan 200 766. 9/6/04 Rocky Mountain Rcwys, W Valley City, Utah Austin Cameron Eddy McKean 200 767. 9/19/04 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Scott Lynch Mike Duncan 200 768. 10/3/04 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Scott Lynch Mike Duncan 150 769. 10/9/04 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Mike Duncan Scott Lynch 200 770. 10/17/04 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Brett Thompson Mike Duncan 150 771. 10/23/04 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Austin Cameron Scott Lynch 150 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 772. 1/30/05 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway David Gilliland David Gilliland 100 773. 4/9/05 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Scott Lynch Mike Duncan 150 774. 4/21/05 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Burney Lamar Mike Duncan 158 775. 4/30/05 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Scott Lynch Scott Lynch 159 776. 7/23/05 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Steve Portenga Mike Duncan 150 777. 7/30/05 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Mike Duncan Mike Duncan 200 778. 8/13/05 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Mike Duncan Scott Lynch 206 779. 8/21/05 Pikes Peak Int’l Raceway, Fountain, Colo. Steve Portenga Andrew Myers 150 780. 9/2/05 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Burney Lamar David Gilliland 100 781. 9/17/05 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Mike Duncan Mike Duncan 200 782. 10/1/05 Thunderhill Raceway, Kyle, Texas Steve Portenga Scott Gaylord 200 783. 10/16/05 Mesa Marin Raceway, Bakersfield, Calif. Mike David Mike Duncan 159 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 784. 1/22/06 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Ken Schrader Spencer Clark 125 785. 4/20/06 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Andrew Myers Mike Duncan 150 786. 4/29/06 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Mike David Nick Lynch 155 787. 5/27/06 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Andrew Myers Eric Holmes 200 788. 6/24/06 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Brian Vickers Brian Vickers 64 789. 7/1/06 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Peyton Sellers Peyton Sellers 150 790. 7/22/06 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Austin Cameron Peyton Sellers 200 791. 7/29/06 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Johnny Borneman Eric Holmes 250 792. 8/5/06 Stockton (Calif.) 99 Speedway Mike David Eric Holmes 200 793. 9/1/06 Auto Club Speedway, Fontana, Calif. Mike Duncan Auggie Vidovich 100 794. 9/30/06 Thunderhill Raceway, Kyle, Texas Eric Holmes Mike David 200 795. 10/15/06 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Austin Cameron Eric Holmes 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 796. 3/31/07 Thunderhill Raceway, Kyle, Texas Scott Lynch Mike Duncan 155 RECORDS

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797. 4/19/07 798. 4/28/07 799. 5/18/07

Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. # Elko Speedway, Elko, Minn.

835. 3/27/10 836. 4/8/10 837. 5/23/10

All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway # Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa

838. 6/5/10 839. 6/19/10 840. 7/3/10

Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.)

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Joey Logano Mike Duncan 158 Mike David Mike Duncan 200 Sean Caisse/Mike David (3) 156 Sean Caisse/Brian Ickler (2) 800. 5/20/07 # Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa Joey Logano/Kevin Harvick (2) 200 Kevin Harvick (1) 801. 6/2/07 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Mike Duncan Brian Ickler 155 802. 6/23/07 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. David Gilliland David Gilliland 64 803. 6/30/07 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Brian Ickler Mike David 150 804. 7/4/07 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Brian Ickler Eric Holmes 200 805. 7/14/07 Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah Jason Bowles Mike David 41 806. 8/4/07 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Brian Ickler Mike Duncan 300 807. 8/11/07 Auto Club Speedway RC, Fontana, Calif. Jason Bowles Jason Bowles 42 808. 9/15/07 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Eric Holmes Brian Ickler 200 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 809. 3/29/08 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Eric Holmes Jason Bowles 150 810. 4/10/08 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Mike David Ryan Foster 150 811. 4/19/08 Thunderhill Raceway, Kyle, Texas Eric Holmes Eric Holmes 150 812. 5/18/08 # Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa Brian Ickler/Jim Inglebright (9) 200 Austin Dillon/Jeff Barkshire (2) 813. 6/7/08 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Eric Holmes Eric Holmes 150 814. 6/21/08 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jason Bowles Eric Holmes 64 815. 7/4/08 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Jason Bowles Jason Bowles 200 816. 7/11/08 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Eric Holmes Eric Holmes 150 817. 7/19/08 Evergreen Speedway, Monroe, Wash. Jeff Barkshire Eric Holmes 300 818. 8/2/08 Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah Todd Souza Jason Bowles 4 819. 8/16/08 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Jason Bowles Jason Bowles 200 820. 9/13/08 Altamont Speedway, Tracy, Calif. Jason Fensler Jason Bowles 200 821. 10/25/08 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Jason Bowles Paulie Harraka 157 _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 822. 3/14/09 Thunderhill Raceway, Kyle, Texas Greg Pursley David Mayhew 155 823. 4/4/09 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Eric Holmes Jason Bowles 150 824. 4/16/09 Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway Jason Bowles Greg Pursley 151 825. 4/25/09 Madera (Calif.) Speedway Eric Holmes Jason Bowles 150 826. 5/17/09 # Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa Kyle Busch/David Mayhew (3) 200 Kyle Busch/David Mayhew (2) 827. 6/6/09 Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg, Ore. Eric Holmes Eric Holmes 150 828. 6/20/09 Infineon Raceway, Sonoma, Calif. Jason Bowles Patrick Long 64 829. 7/4/09 Toyota Speedway at Irwindale (Calif.) Jason Bowles Jason Bowles 200 830. 7/19/09 Portland (Ore.) International Raceway Jim Inglebright David Mayhew 63 831. 8/1/09 Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah Patrick Long Patrick Long 41 832. 8/15/09 Colorado Nat’l Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes 150 833. 9/4/09 Iowa Speedway, Newton, Iowa David Mayhew Greg Pursley 125 834. 9/26/09 All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Paulie Harraka Paulie Harraka 150 _________________________________________________________________________________________________

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Paulie Harraka Paulie Harraka Eric Holmes Andrew Myers Max Gresham/David Mayhew (5) David Mayhew Eric Holmes David Mayhew Andrew Ranger Jason Bowles Auggie Vidovich Greg Pursley

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841. 842. 843. 844. 845. 846.

Portland (Ore.) International Raceway Montana Raceway Park, Kalispell, Mont. Colorado National Speedway, Dacono, Colo. Miller Motorsports Park, Tooele, Utah All American Speedway, Roseville, Calif. Phoenix (Ariz.) International Raceway

Patrick Long Eric Holmes Eric Holmes Greg Pursley Eric Holmes Greg Pursley

David Mayhew Greg Pursley Luis Martinez Jr. Patrick Long Eric Holmes Greg Pursley

65 150 150 36 150 125

7/18/10 8/7/10 8/14/10 9/12/10 10/16/10 11/13/10

* NASCAR Sprint Cup Series/NASCAR K&N Pro Series West combination race Listing reflects top overall finisher / top finishing West driver. Pole winner not included on list. NOTE: Top finishing West driver received first-place points, but only got credit for a win if finish position was first overall. # NASCAR K&N Pro Series East-West combination race Reflects top overall finisher / top finishing West driver. Pole winners list on second line of event, with overall fast time first / followed by top qualifying West driver. NOTE: Top finishing West driver received credit for win, regardless of overall finish.

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