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Mayhew Comes Out On Top In Miller

David Mayhew spent the first 43 laps of the EnergySolutions Utah Grand Prix looking up at the race leaders, but by the time the checkered flag flew at Miller Motorsports Park Saturday, he emerged with his fourth NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory of the season. The driver of the No. 17 MMI Racing/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet raced around Greg Pursley and rookie James Bickford...
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September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

NKNPSW: Pursley Takes Win at Kern Raceway

Last night at the Kern County Raceway, it was all Greg Pursley who drove an exceptional race since the drop of the green flag in the Armed Forces 150. Pursley came into the Armed Forces 150 looking for his first win of the 2014 season after scoring five wins last season, including back here in October. He also came into the event leading only 62 laps in four races previous this season...

Pursley goes two-for-two at Kern County Raceway Park

Greg Pursley put the stop to David Mayhew’s K&N West domination with a victory in the Armed Forces 150 at Kern County Raceway Park. Pursley and Mayhew had to slow down to avoid the No. 18 car of Bill Kann, who got going again after spinning out.  NASCAR didn’t throw the caution as the No. 26 car went low and Mayhew went high as Pursley came out with the lead for the final...
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May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Rhodes Schools Field At Iowa Speedway

Ben Rhodes turned an impressive performance Saturday night into his second NASCAR K&N Pro Series win of the season. The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship points leader piloted the No. 41 Alpha Energy Solutions Chevrolet to Victory Lane at Iowa Speedway in the Casey's General Store 150. Rhodes, 17, from Louisville, Ky., led the final 115 laps and bested the field...

Rhodes dominates at Iowa for second K&N win

After Australian driver and pole-sitter Brodie Kostecki lost the lead on lap 36, it was all Ben Rhodes from there on out. The K&N East points leader led the final 115 laps for a commanding victory at Iowa Speedway on Saturday night. Rhodes become the 11th different winner in as many K&N races at Iowa. Rhodes felt some heat from his Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) teammate...
Via On Pit Road
May 18, 2014  |  Discuss

NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Recap: Mayhew Back In Victory Lane

It didn't take long for David Mayhew to get back into the groove and find Victory Lane. The Atascadero, Calif., driver led nearly the last two-thirds of the race at Stockton 99 Speedway Saturday night in the Stockton 150 to pick up his fifth career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West victory. Mayhew won the Coors Light Pole Award earlier in the day behind the wheel of his No. 17 MMI...

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