QUALIFYING: Preece Scores Fifth Stafford Pole

QUALIFYING: Preece Scores Fifth Stafford Pole

Connecticut Driver To Start From Top Spot In NAPA Fall Final

STAFFORD, Conn. — In his attempt to sweep the 2017 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour races at Stafford Motor Speedway, Ryan Preece is off to a perfect start. The Berlin, Conn. driver posted the fastest time in Coors Light Pole Qualifying on Saturday, winning his 15th career series pole. His time of 18.513 seconds (97.229mph) put his TS Hauler No. 6 on the top spot for Sunday’s NAPA Fall Final 150. 

The pole was the fifth at the half-mile for Preece, who finished fourth in the NASCAR XFINITY Series event at Kentucky Speedway last weekend. Preece enters Sunday’s 150 lap event fifth in the championship standings, 26 points from the lead.

Four-time series champion and current points leader Doug Coby will join Preece on the front row Sunday. Coby drove his No. 2 Mayhew Tools machine to a time of 18.520 seconds in the qualifying session. The Milford, Conn. driver has now qualified on the front row for the last eight Stafford events. He enters the weekend 11 markers up in the championship standings over Justin Bonsignore as he seeks his fourth straight championship. 

Former series champion Ron Silk (18.526 seconds) was third in the No. 85 Stuart’s Automotive Chevrolet, while Timmy Solomito qualified fourth. Solomito’s enters third in the championship standings, 14 points from the lead. Rowan Pennink rounded out the top five.

Six through 10 went to Kyle Bonsignore, Jon McKennedy Chase Dowling, Dave Sapienza and Bobby Santos.

Justin Bonsignore, who enters the Stafford 150 second in the standings 11 markers back, will start Sunday’s 150 from 15th spot.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour returns to the track on Sunday with the running of the NAPA Fall Final 150, scheduled for 3:15 p.m. ET.

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PRACTICE: Goodale Tops Stafford Speed Charts

PRACTICE: Goodale Tops Stafford Speed Charts

Santos, Pennink Follow In NAPA Fall Final Practice

STAFFORD SPRINGS, Conn. — Eric Goodale put together a quick final lap during Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour practice session at Stafford Motor Speedway.

The driver of the No. 58 GAF Roofing Chevrolet posted a time of 18.389 seconds (97.885 mph) in the final few minutes and it was the fastest lap of the 1 hour, 10 minute round. In his career at the half-mile, Goodale has six top five finishes and 11 top 10s, but he will seek his first career Stafford win in Sunday’s NAPA Fall Final 150.

Bobby Santos, the most recent series winner, rocketed to second on the speed charts with a time of 18.411 seconds (97.768 mph). Santos has only run part-time this season, but has two victories, both at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.

Rowan Pennink, who enters the race fourth in the championship standings, was third in the only session with a lap of 18.439 seconds (97.619 mph). 

Doug Coby, who enters the race as the points leader by 11 markers, was fourth. Ryan Preece, who has swept both races at the half-mile so far this season, rounded out the top five.

Six through 10 in the session went to Ron Silk, Chase Dowling, Craig Lutz, Timmy Solomito and David Sapienza.

The NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour will return to the track for Coors Light Pole qualifying on Saturday, which is scheduled for just after 2:30 p.m. 

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Burton Earns K&N Pro East Crown

Burton Earns K&N Pro East Crown

Edges Gilliland For Title With Dover Victory

DOVER, Del. – Harrison Burton came to Dover International Speedway hoping to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East finale and walk away with the 2017 championship.

He did just that.

The Huntersville, North Carolina, native passed Ruben Garcia, Jr. with just 16 laps to go in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders and pulled away before a late race caution set up an overtime finish. On the restart, Burton was able to pull away again and score the victory.

By virtue of his win, and mid-race misfortunes of the other title contender, Todd Gilliland, Burton clinched his first NASCAR championship. The NASCAR Next driver became the youngest champion in series history. He broke the record set by current Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver Joey Logano, who won the 2007 K&N Pro Series East championship at 17 years, 3 months, 28 days.

“What an honor to win both the race and championship at Dover, it’s pretty freaking cool,” Burton said. “It’s what I dreamed to do as a kid, win races at tracks like this and win NASCAR championships. To come out and do that is pretty surreal. I’m pretty pumped up about it.”

It was the fifth win of the season for Burton, who entered the last race trailing Gilliland by eight points.

“This race kind of caps it all off for this team,” Burton remarked. “A bunch of guys who never quit and I’m glad I fit into that system where people that put everything we got into what we’re doing. Now that it’s all come to fruition and we got to bring home two trophies, it’s a big relief and we’re going to go have fun now.”

Burton is the first driver to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship and the season finale in the same season since Mike Stefanik wrapped up his 1998 title with a win at Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park. Burton is also the first driver to cap his championship season with a win at Dover.

Burton’s dad, Jeff, won the Cup race at Dover in 2006.

Gilliland qualified fourth and looked strong early until lap 56 when he blew a tire, sending him into the wall in Turn 2 and ending his day.

“This one is really disappointing,” said Gilliland, a fellow NASCAR Next driver who is also leading the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship standings with three races to go. “I felt like we had pretty good control of it going in here. We were just as fast as Burton in the race. Just having a tire go down like that is heartbreaking for sure. I’m really proud of everyone at Bill McAnally Racing. We’ve had the fastest cars here all year, just didn’t have the luck to go along with it.”

Gilliland finished 13th, giving Burton a final margin of eight points (593-585). Ronnie Bassett Jr. finished third in points, followed by Sunoco Rookie of the Year Chase Purdy and Garcia.

Eddie MacDonald finished second in the race while Tyler Dippel, Sheldon Creed and Jay Beasley rounded out the top five.

Enrique Baca was sixth, followed by Riley Herbst, Collin Cabre, Bassett and Garcia.

The Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders will air on NBCSN, Friday, Oct. 6 at 10:30 p.m. ET.

Burton will be honored for his championship season at the NASCAR awards in Charlotte this December.

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Harrison Burton (12) and Sheldon Creed (40) battle for position during the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East’s National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders at Dover International Speedway on Friday. Brian Lawdermilk/NASCAR via Getty Images

QUALIFYING: Cabre Fastest at Dover

QUALIFYING: Cabre Fastest at Dover

Rev Racing Driver Scores Second Consecutive K&N Pro East Pole

DOVER, Del. – Collin Cabre picked up his second consecutive Coors Light Pole Award in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East at Dover International Speedway on Friday.

The 23-year-old from Tampa, Florida, was fastest in qualifying with a 155.132 mph lap around the high banked one-mile oval in Delaware and will lead the field to green in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders. The NASCAR Next alum scored his first career K&N Pro Series East Series pole at New Jersey Motorsports Park on September 16th.

The Monster Mile is no stranger to Cabre. He scored his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series East victory at the track in 2015 season finale.

Ruben Garcia, Jr. was second fastest with Harrison Burton, who was fastest in practice and enters the race second in points, was third. Series points leader Todd Gilliland was fourth while Tyler Dippel was fifth.

Rounding out the top-10 qualifiers were Ronnie Bassett Jr., Sheldon Creed, Jay Beasley, Chase Cabre and Dillon Bassett.

The National Fallen Firefighters 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders at Dover will go green at 5 p.m. ET.

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PRACTICE: Burton Sets Pace Early

PRACTICE: Burton Sets Pace Early

K&N East title contender fastest in Dover practice

DOVER, Del. – Harrison Burton made a statement in the sole NASCAR K&N Pro Series East practice session on Friday at Dover International Speedway setting the fastest lap for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders.

The NASCAR Next driver, who came to Dover with plenty of confidence as he battles for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship with Todd Gilliland, recorded a 153.741 mph lap during the one hour and 20 minute session.

The 16-year-old from Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, was expecting to have a good run after he scored a top-10 finish at the Monster Mile earlier this year in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.

Sheldon Creed was second fastest with a 153.400 mph lap while Ronnie Bassett, Jr., who won the season opener at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway, was third quickest with his younger brother Dillon Bassett rounded out the top four.

Todd Gilliland, who enters tonight’s race at Dover with an eight point lead over Burton, was fifth fastest in practice with a 152.465 mph lap.

Ruben Garcia Jr., Jay Beasley, Riley Herbst, Chase Cabre and Collin Cabre completed the top 10.

Qualifying for the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 will commence at 1 p.m. ET with the green flag scheduled for 5 p.m. ET.

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Gilliland and Burton Prepare for Final Showdown

Gilliland and Burton Prepare for Final Showdown

The 2017 K&N Pro East Champion to be Decided at Dover

DOVER, Del. – NASCAR Next drivers Todd Gilliland and Harrison Burton will face off for the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship at Dover International Speedway on Friday, September 29 – the final showdown of the season.

Gilliland enters the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders with an eight-point advantage over Burton. The 17-year-old, Sherrills Ford, North Carolina, native has all the confidence he needs as he looks to seal the deal and win his first K&N Pro Series East championship.

“It’s been a battle for the points lead and it’s nice to add a few points to that,” Gilliland said after a runner-up finish in the most recent race at New Jersey Motorsports Park. “I’m really confident about our Dover package. I was lucky enough to run the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race earlier this year and get some laps there. It’s going to be a huge race for us but I have confidence in everyone on our team.”

Both Gilliland and Burton competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Dover back in June. Burton, 16, finished 13th while Gilliland finished 20th. That run, along with his motivation, gives the Huntersville, North Carolina, driver assurance that he can still win the championship on Friday.

“It hasn’t slipped away yet,” Burton proclaimed. “We’ve got one more race to run, we’ve got one more race to win. That’s the thing about this team is we never give up no matter what the circumstances. I’m going to prepare as best I can and hopefully have a fast racecar. If we can do that, we can do anything. I’m telling you, we are not out of this by any stretch of the imagination.”

Burton is also leaning on his father, Jeff Burton for advice. Burton, who is currently an analyst for NBC Sports NASCAR coverage, won a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Monster Mile back in 2006.

“You would be ignorant not to listen to a guy like my dad,” Burton explained. “He’s really smart about the sport and I feel like he was one of the better drivers out there. Especially at Dover, I feel like he was one of those guys who could go to Dover and kick butt. I’ve got to learn as much as I can from him, but I’ve got to learn from my past experiences too and use those in the future.”

Todd Gilliland assumed the points lead when he picked up a victory at Virginia’s Langley Speedway back on September 4th. He extended his points lead at New Jersey by finishing second, one spot ahead of Burton.

Friday’s National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders, which will determine the championship, will get underway at 5 p.m. ET. Practice will be held at 8 a.m. ET and qualifying at 1 p.m. ET. 

K&N Pro West News & Notes: Meridian

K&N Pro West News & Notes: Meridian

Gilliland Hopes for a Repeat in Idaho on his Road to a Title

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West enters its stretch run with the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 presented by Perfect Hydration and Lights Out at Meridian Speedway in Meridian, Idaho, on Saturday, September 30.

With just three races remaining, it has turned into a two-horse race atop the field as Bill McAnally Racing teammates Todd Gilliland and Chris Eggleston have locked into a season-long battle that is coming down to the wire. Gilliland, the defending series champion, has a series-leading six wins through 11 races this season and leads Eggleston — a four-time race winner this season — by five points as the series heads to Idaho.

Last season, Gilliland used the Meridian stop as a way to cement his championship aspirations. He won the race, while his closest title pursuer, Ryan Partridge, finished 11th. Gilliland left the weekend with his point lead at 25 — nearly double what he’d entered with.

Eggleston finished ninth at Meridian a year ago, and he’ll certainly try and improve on that to close the gap on Gilliland.

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FAST FACTS:
The Race: The NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 will be the 12th of 14 races on the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West schedule.

The Procedure: The starting field is 22 cars, including provisionals. The first 18 cars will be determined by qualifying with the remaining four spots being awarded through the provisional process. The race is scheduled for 208 laps covering 52 miles. 

The Track: Meridian Speedway is a quarter-mile asphalt oval that has been in operation since 1951. 

Race Winners: There have been three different winners in the three previous NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races held at Meridian Speedway. Ray Elder won the inaugural race at the track in 1972, with Noah Gragson winning the series’ return in 2015.

Track Records: Noah Gragson holds the track qualifying record at 69.140 mph (13.017 seconds), set in a Ford in September of 2015. The race record also belongs to Gragson’s Ford at 39.361 mph (1 hour, 19 minutes, 16 seconds) set in that same event.

NAPA AUTO PARTS IDAHO 208 PRESENTED BY PERFECT HYDRATION AND LIGHTS OUT NOTES: 
Quarter Way: The NASCAR K&N Pro Series West has visited only one quarter-mile this season, with Chris Eggleston winning at California’s Orange Show Speedway. A year ago, the series made three trips to quarter-miles, with Todd Gilliland winning twice — including Meridian.

Short tracks will be key to the title chase, with all three of the final events of the year being contested on tracks a half-mile or less in length. 

Double Duty: Gilliland is attempting to become the first driver two win both K&N Pro Series championships — East and West — in the same season.

With one race left in the East, Gilliland has an eight-point lead over Burton. With three races remaining in the West, the defending series champion is atop the standings by five points with a series-leading six wins through 11 races this season.

Winning Form: While he’s still searching for his first career West win, Will Rodgers has found success on the other side of the continent.

Rodgers has two wins this season in the K&N Pro Series East, including that series’ most recent event at New Jersey Motorsports Park on September 16. Rodgers also won in August at New York’s Watkins Glen International.

The 22-year-old from Murrieta, California, held off both East title contenders — Gilliland and Burton — to win each of those two races.

Rookie Battle: The Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award continues to be a battle this season.

While Derek Kraus holds a six-point advantage over Will Rodgers in the official rookie standings, the two drivers sit much closer than that in the overall standings. Kraus is third, just two points ahead of Rodgers.

Rodgers has more top fives (seven) and more top 10s (nine) than Kraus, though Kraus has finished second on three different occasions this season — at California’s Kern County Raceway Park, Spokane (Wash.) County Raceway and Colorado National Speedway — as he knocks on the door of his first series win.

NASCAR HOME TRACKS: MERIDIAN SPEEDWAY
In operation since 1951, Meridian Speedway is home to NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing, including the Division I Modifieds and the Division II Super Stocks. 

K&N Pro East News & Notes: Dover

K&N Pro East News & Notes: Dover

Gilliland, Burton Set for Final Battle of the Season

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East heads to Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware, for the final event of the 2017 season, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders on Friday, June 29. Two drivers — NASCAR Next members Todd Gilliland and Harrison Burton — have their eyes on a first career series championship.

Gilliland and Burton have enjoyed virtually identical seasons statistically. Each has four wins, and each has finished in the top 10 in all 13 races to date, making them the series leaders in both categories. Gilliland, the reigning NASCAR K&N Pro Series West champion, has an eight-point lead over Burton entering the season finale at Dover.  

Gilliland needs to finish third or better to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship trophy. If he leads a lap or leads the most laps, he can clinch the title with finishes of fourth or fifth, respectively. However, if Burton ends up in Victory Lane, he will also be crowned the 2017 K&N Pro Series East champion.

CLINCH SCENARIOS

Between them, the two championship contenders have only one start at Dover, by Burton last season. He finished sixth in that race.

The second half of the season has been a remarkable one for Gilliland, who has finished either first or second in seven straight races heading into Dover. His most recent outing included a runner-up finish at New Jersey Motorsports Park, but his strength this season has been on the speedways. Gilliland won at both New Hampshire and Iowa this summer, while Burton finished fourth at each of those tracks, respectively.

RACE CENTRAL LIVE: EVENT SCHEDULE & ENTRY LIST

FAST FACTS:
The Race: The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 will be the 14th and final race on the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule.

The Procedure: The maximum starting field is 30 cars, including provisionals. The first 26 cars will secure starting positions based on the two-lap qualifying session. The remaining four spots will be awarded through the provisional process. The race will be 125 laps (125 miles) with a five-minute break occurring at or near the conclusion of lap 28.

 The Track: Known as the “Monster Mile,” Dover is an even one-mile concrete oval with banking of nine degrees on the straightaways and 24 degrees in the turns. The track has hosted the K&N Pro Series East 15 times in standalone events and the season finale for the series eight previous times since 2004.

Race Winners: There have been 13 winners in the previous 15 K&N East races at Dover. Austin Hill and Brett Moffitt are the only drivers to earn multiple victories at the track.

Track Records: In the 15 previous events, there have been 14 different pole winners. Darrell Wallace Jr. is the only multi-time polesitter at Dover, while Matt DiBenedetto holds the qualifying record at 23.201 seconds (155.166 mph), established in 2009.

NATIONAL FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS FOUNDATION 125 NOTES: 
Familiar Setting: For the ninth time in the last 13 years, the K&N Pro Series East championship will be decided at Dover International Speedway.

Dover has hosted the K&N Pro Series in standalone competition in all but one season since 2001, and many of the drivers who have won in the series at the one-mile track have gone on to national series success in NASCAR.

Aric Almirola, Corey LaJoie and Darrell Wallace Jr., all of whom made Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts this season, have K&N Pro Series East wins at Dover, with Brett Moffitt being one of only two repeat winners in the series at the track.

Tight at the Top: Todd Gilliland leads Harrison Burton by eight points, marking the second time in the last three seasons that the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East title race has headed into the final race of the season with the championship contenders separated by fewer than 15 points.

In 2015, Scott Heckert trailed William Byron by 13 points entering the series finale at Monster Mile.

Double Duty: Gilliland is attempting to become the first driver two win both K&N Pro Series championships — East and West — in the same season.

With one race left in the East, Gilliland has an eight-point lead over Burton. With three races remaining in the West, the 2016 defending champion is atop the standings by five points with a series-leading six wins through 11 races this season.

Feels Like The First Time: Collin Cabre returns to the site of his first career K&N Pro Series East win this weekend at Dover.

Cabre, a Rev Racing driver from Tampa, Florida, won the 2015 season finale at the track, leading a race-high 58 laps en route to Victory Lane. Cabre has one top five and four top 10s this season and sits ninth in the overall standings.

Welcome Back: Eddie MacDonald, a longtime series staple, returns to competition this weekend at Dover.

MacDonald, who leads all active drivers with 194 career series starts, will make his fourth start of the season. A seven-time winner in his career, including three wins at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and one at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, has made 15 career starts at Dover.

He has five top fives at the track, including a career-best runner-up finish in 2015.

Purdy Clinches Sunoco Rookie Title

Purdy Clinches Sunoco Rookie Title

On the Hunt for First K&N Pro East Victory at Dover

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Chase Purdy nabbed his second consecutive NASCAR Rookie of the Year title.

The 17-year-old has clinched the 2017 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Sunoco Rookie of the Year title, one year after receiving the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Rookie of the Year honor.

“It’s pretty cool getting the title for the second year,” said the Meridian, Mississippi, native. “We’ve had a good year and while we haven’t won yet we’re getting closer.”

Purdy leads Rev Racing’s Chase Purdy by 11 points (111-100) with one race remaining. Rookies are scored in relation to their finish with other rookies, with the Sunoco Rookie of the Race receiving 10 points, second getting nine and so on.

The NASCAR Next driver entered the season with the goal of earning the highly sought-after rookie title. Now that he’s accomplished it, he has a new goal.

“While we’ve had a good season, we still want our first victory, but we’ve been close,” Purdy said. “That’s what we’re looking for headed into Dover. Clinching the title had taken a little bit of pressure off, so hopefully we can get it done.”

Despite not getting to Victory Lane yet, the David Gilliland Racing driver has had quite the successful season. He sits third in the K&N Pro Series East championship standings with five top fives and eight top 10s. He also earned four consecutive wins from June to July to become the third driver to do so, joining Andy Santerre (1996), Tom Carey Jr. (1999) and Martin Truex Jr. (2002).

“I entered the season not really knowing what to expect,” said Purdy. “I had never raced a car this big before and I had to adapt. After the fourth or fifth race of season, I got the hang of it and started to feel comfortable. Some bad luck affected us and took us out of the running for the championship. But overall I had fun and learned a lot.”

With his rookie season coming to an end next weekend at Delaware’s Dover International Speedway in the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation 125 presented by Carl Deputy & Son Builders, Purdy has many people to thank for his successful rookie campaign.

“This year wouldn’t have been successful without Bama Buggies and Textron Off Road,” said the Sunoco Rookie of the Year. “I also have to thank my grandparents, mom and dad, David Gilliland Racing.”

Peters Prevails at Martinsville

Peters Prevails at Martinsville

Virginia Driver Clinches Second ValleyStar Credit Union 300 Win

MARTINSVILLE, Va. – Timothy Peters scored his second ValleyStar Credit Union 300 victory at Martinsville Speedway on Saturday night, holding off a late charge from Peyton Sellers.

Peters, a former series regular in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, battled with Trevor Noles throughout much of the second half of the race, swapping the lead several times and racing side-by-side. Peters finally passed Noles for the final time with 14 laps remaining, then held off Sellers’ charge to pick up the $25,000 victory and the grandfather clock.

The win was extra-satisfying for Peters given all the adversity in 2017.

“You never know what tomorrow’s going to bring,” Peters said. “I’ve learned this year, with all the adversity that has come about, that you never give up and lose your faith. It’s really special. Barry Nelson is a go-getter. He gives us the resources and shame on us if we don’t use them. We’ve tried for so long and finally now get it a second time, it only took 12 years.”

Peters won the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 previously in 2005 – the same year Sellers won the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship.

Sellers charged through the field late, racing his way up to second, but could not reel Peters in. Coming to the white flag, Sellers got loose, allowing Lee Pulliam to get by him on the last lap of the race.

While Sellers has never won at Martinsville, he took his third-place finish in stride after struggling throughout much of the race.

“Track position hurt us,” Sellers explained. “We had some wiring issues, voltage issues and the motor just would not go like we needed it to. What an awesome job by my team to get where we’re at. It’s satisfying with the night we had though to overcome all the adversity and not crash the car. Just very pleased to be here.”

Four-time and newly crowned Whelen All-American Series national champion Lee Pulliam finished in second – a result he was satisfied with despite winning the race on two previous occasions.

“We struggled yesterday bigtime but we made some huge changes and we had a top three car,” Pulliam stated. “We just didn’t have the track position and that really hurt us. We battled and missed the invert. We probably passed more cars than anybody here coming through there. To finish second at Martinsville, you can’t hang your head about that. Congratulations to Timothy Peters. Really proud of everybody’s hard work.”

After starting on the pole, Jake Crum ended up finishing fourth while Trevor Noles finished fifth.

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Timothy Peters comes to the checkered flag in his no. 12 Autos by Nelson Chevrolet to score the victory in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va. on Saturday, September 23rd. Hunter Thomas/NASCARHomeTracks.com 

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