Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 11/18/14
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BROOKLYN, MI – Regan Smith, driver of the No.7 Taxslayer Chevrolet for JR Motorsports won the Alliance Trucks Parts 250 NASCAR Nationwide series race at Michigan International Speedway on Saturday. Smith held off a late charge from Kyle Larson in the No. 32 Turner Motorsports Chevrolet, who was seeking his first series win. It was Smith’s first win of the 2013 season, and second with JR Motorsports. Smith holds a 57 point lead over Sam Hornish Jr. Austin Dillion started the race on the pole, setting a series record with four consecutive poles. Full Race Results for Alliance Truck Parts 250: Regan Smith Kyle Larson Paul Menard Kyle Busch Trevor Bayne Brad Sweet Chris Buescher Elliott Sadler Nelson Piquet Jr. Brian Scott Joey Logano Justin Allgaier Jeremy Clements Alex Bowman Cole Whitt Mike Wallace Travis Pastrana Johanna Long Parker Kligerman Michael Annett Austin Dillon Mike Bliss Blake Koch Scott Riggs Reed Sorenson Landon Cassill Joey Gase Eric McClure Joe Nemechek Juan Carlos B...
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