Sunday, March 13, 2016

Dippel Dominates in Mobile!

From Dirt To Daytona was a rather popular video game back in the day but it seems that From Dirt To Daytona is making it's way to the NASCAR Real World. Today Wallkill, New York, native Tyler Dippel ,the latest prospect making the transition from dirt to asphalt may prove to be the quickest study of them all., Went to Victory Lane in just his second NASCAR K&N Pro Series East start Sunday at Mobile International Raceway. Second place went to 21 Means 21 Coors Light pole sitter Spencer Davis while Jesse Little, Austin Theriault and Kaz Grala brought home the top five in the race that was extended to 154 laps with the late caution.

Results from Mobile

1 38 Tyler Dippel
2 41 Spencer Davis
3 29 Jesse Little
4 1 Austin Theriault
5 3 Kaz Grala
6 40 Kyle Benjamin
7 12 Harrison Burton
8 13 Hunter Baize
9 5 Justin Haley
10 4 Ronnie Bassett Jr.
11 2 Sarah Cornett-Ching
12 55 Noah Gragson
13 4 Ali Kern
14 49 John Holleman IV 
15 42 Jairo Avila Jr. 
16 46 Brandon Gdovic
17 9 Christian Celaya
18 6 Ruben Garcia Jr.
19 7 Codie Rohrbaugh
20 30 Dominique Van Wieringen
21 14 Trey Hutchens
22 2 Collin Cabre
23 77 Clayton Green
24 44 Dillon Bassett
25 43 David Calabrese

Next Race for the NASCAR K&N East Series!

The NASCAR K&N East Series will head to Greenville Pickens Speedway on March 26th. The defending winner of the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150 is William Byron. With Byron entering the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series full time it is not expected that we will see him in the field. Past winners of the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150 include Joey Logano, Austin Dillon, Darrell Wallace Jr., Brandon Gdovic, along with a few others. In 14 races there has not been a repeat winner.

NASCAR News Source To Cover ARCA in Nashville In April

The NASCAR News Source is proud to announce that the next race we will be covering at the track will be the Nashville Fairgrounds ARCA Race next month. We are looking forward to our 2nd ARCA Race in a row.
"I enjoyed attending my first ARCA Race in Daytona last month and look forward for my second." stated Christian Koelle the head writer of the NASCAR News Source. "I am thankful for the opportunity from Nashville Fairgrounds to attend a race so close to home!" The NASCAR News Source's weekend schedule will be released more closer to the event and of course as normal if you are interested in meeting the writer email him at and we can set up a meet and greet! (Koelle,2016)

Kevin Harvick Inches Carl Edwards for 8th Phoenix Win!

Kevin Harvick cut it close to get his 8th win at the Phoenix International Raceway when Carl Edwards went for the win and made our 2nd photo finish in the last 4 races. Kevin Harvick narrowly beat Carl Edwards to the line by 0.010 seconds to win Sunday's Sprint Cup Series race at Phoenix International Raceway. Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch helped give Joe Gibbs Racing a 2,3,4 finish. Dale Earnhardt Jr. who led many laps today rounded out the Top 5.

The NASCAR News Source Driver(s) of The Week

Today's race was what every fan wants to see and brings up back finishes from the races from 2001-2006 and helps keep the fans on the edge of their seats, If that late race caution had not came out I feel that neither of these drivers would have won and JR Nation would have been celebrating. The late race caution came out and relegated Jr to a 5th place finish. The finish with a .010 seconds was the 6th closest race in NASCAR History and Closest in the history of Phoenix. For that ending I will award to drivers the Driver of the Week award! Congratulations to Carl Edwards and Kevin Harvick for putting on one heck of a show!

Results from Today's Race!

4 Kevin Harvick
2 19 Carl Edwards
3 11 Denny Hamlin
4 18 Kyle Busch
5 88 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
6 41 Kurt Busch
7 20 Matt Kenseth
8 24 Chase Elliott
9 3 Austin Dillon
10 21 Ryan Blaney
11 48 Jimmie Johnson
12 42 Kyle Larson
13 43 Aric Almirola
14 78 Martin Truex Jr.
15 14 Ty Dillon
16 1 Jamie McMurray
17 47 AJ Allmendinger
18 22 Joey Logano
19 10 Danica Patrick
20 83 Matt DiBenedetto
21 16 Greg Biffle
22 5 Kasey Kahne
23 6 Trevor Bayne
24 23 David Ragan
25 38 Landon Cassill
26 95 Michael McDowell
27 44 Brian Scott
28 7 Regan Smith
29 2 Brad Keselowski
30 34 Chris Buescher
31 15 Clint Bowyer
32 32 Joey Gase
33 46 Michael Annett
34 30 Josh Wise
35 13 Casey Mears
36 98 Cole Whitt
37 17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
38 27 Paul Menard
39 31 Ryan Newman

Next Weekend!

As NASCAR enters the final race of the west coast swing fireworks will go off in California. Some drivers seek the spotlight while others are ready to be back on the East Coast. Spotlights will shine bright just like the drivers who will enter the Marquis Advertised Main Event of the West Coast Swings. A last lap pass has happened here in the last few years and we expect a big crowd! Punches have been thrown in the past so drivers try not to forget your Boxing Gloves.