PRACTICE: Kwasniewski Fast At VIR
Road Course Experience Paying Dividends
ALTON, Va. – Dylan Kwasniewski topped the charts in NASCAR K&N Pro Series East practice for the Biscuitville 125 on Saturday at Virginia International Raceway.
The 18-year-old out of Las Vegas, Nev., made his way around the 2.25-mile North Course in 90.043 seconds for an average speed of 89.957 mph. With seven road-course starts under his belt over the last two seasons while competing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, the K&N East points leader turned just eight laps in the session.
Bryan Ortiz has the second-fastest time at 90.109 seconds (89.891 mph) followed by Daniel Suárez with a time of 90.320 seconds (89.681 mph). Brett Moffitt, who leads active series drivers with nine career wins, was fourth on the charts at 90.494 seconds (89.509 mph) while Austin Dyne, another K&N West transplant, was fifth at 90.772 seconds (89.235 mph).
Andrew Ranger, Cole Custer, Cale Conley, Gray Gaulding and Ben Kennedy rounded out the top-10 practice performers.
It’s the first road course event for the series since July 2010 at Lime Rock Park in Lakeville, Conn.
Qualifying for the Biscuitville 125 is set to begin at 1:40 p.m. ET and the race will go green at approximately 4:35 p.m.