Sunday, October 23, 2011

Results at All American Speedway

Starting on the inside of row six, Moses Smith, who drives the No. 16 Hasa Pool Products/NAPA Filters Toyota Camry for Bill McAnally Racing, made his way towards the front of the field of NASCAR K&N Pro Series West cars. By lap 88 of the scheduled 150-lap race, he was in sixth. With twenty-five laps to go, Smith had navigated the Hasa Toyota into the fourth spot. He moved into third with ten laps to go.

A late race caution set the field up for their first attempt at a green-white-checkered finish. As the cars came to the checkered flag, Smith would get turned. He recovered the No. 16 Hasa Toyota to bring home a seventeenth place finish. With one race left of the 2011 West Series season, Smith is third in the championship points.

“The Hasa Toyota was good,” said Smith. “It took a little bit to get going. We were fast on the inside as well as running on the outside groove. The lap down cars held their line which really helped me. It looked like we were going to have a good finish when I got turned coming to the checkered flag. That’s short track racing.”

The three-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Most Popular Driver Moses Smith, who added pink to the look of his No. 16 HASA Pool Products/NAPA Filters Toyota, participated in a recent charity event for Breast Cancer Awareness held by his sponsor, White Flyer.

“It was a real honor to carry the colors that represent those that have beat breast cancer and those that are battling this disease. My aunt had breast cancer and it's cool to be able to pay a tribute to her and others who have beat this.”

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Story by Kaye Reshaw
Photo by Jeannie Broussal

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