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Bill McAnally Racing’s driver of the No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota Camry, Eric Holmes was looking for his first win at Sonoma Raceway in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. Crew chief Trip Bruce and the team showed their readiness for the road course with Holmes third quick in the first practice and fifth in the final practice. He would start the race on the inside of row four for the Carneros 200.
Holmes’s teammate and pilot of the No. 20 Crackle Toyota Camry, Paulie Harraka was reunited with his NASCAR K&N Pro Series crew chief Duane Knorr. This was his first start in the series since 2011. Harraka put the BMR Toyota Camry in the fifth spot during the first practice and at the top of the board in the final practice. He would qualify on the outside of row two.
Green flag! The first caution was out at lap 4 with a stopped car on the track. Holmes radioed in to the team that the track was slick and that the No. 16 NAPA Toyota Camry was a little tight. Holmes would gain two po...
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