Friday, April 12, 2013

You miss 100% of the shots you don't take...

Dylan Kwasniewski – Evident by the dominant procession he led at Bristol, Dylan Kwasniewski, the top-ranked driver per PEER and champion for the K&N West in 2012, will be a tour de force on the larger tracks in the K&N East division in Turner Scott Motorsports equipment. After two of three races on more traditional short tracks saw him finish 27th (17th among K&N East drivers and teams) at Daytona and 15th at Greenville (after starting 11th), the certainty of a title run has taken a hit. Could the smaller tracks be the thorn in Kwasniewski’s side? All four of his K&N West wins came on bullrings, so it isn’t like the driver is inept at tiny facilities. One potential reason to note is that his crew chief, Marty Lindley, ironically a former track champion at Greenville, has now misfired in successive Greenville spring races; he oversaw Bryan Ortiz’s entry when Ortiz suffered a similar four-position drop from start to finish (seventh to 11th) in 2012. (David Smith)

Kinda proud.... He's growing up!(Mom-Jen Kwasniewski)

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