Sunday, June 4, 2023

Landen Lewis Earns First 2023 Win

Landen Lewis Earns First 2023 #Win

Holds Off Xfinity Regular Cole Custer

Landen Lewis Earns First 2023 Win #ARCA


Heading into Friday’s Portland 112, Landen Lewis had finished second in every ARCA Menards Series West race this season.


Ending that streak for Lewis came down to an intense duel with NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Cole Custer on a two-lap sprint to the finish. The two traded the lead multiple times over the last two laps until a mistake from Custer enabled Lewis to pull away with the victory at Portland International Raceway.


Lewis needed a late-race caution to erase the sizable lead Custer had built over the rest of the field. When the final green flag was displayed, Lewis knew he needed to be perfect against a NASCAR Cup Series winner.


“I was running the restart through my head trying to picture what was going to happen,” Lewis said. “I had really good starts all day long, so I wasn’t doubting myself that I could get a good start, but I was thinking about good [Custer] would be. Getting into Turn 1 [on the last lap], I messed up and gave him an opportunity.


“It was a dogfight, but also hard racing.”


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A replay of the Portland 112 at Portland International Raceway can be seen on June 11 at 12:30 p.m. ET on CNBC.


The ARCA Menards Series West competitors do not have much time to rest, as they will be back on track next Friday at Sonoma Raceway for the General Tire 200. The green flag will fly at 6:30 p.m. ET with FloRacing providing the coverage.


NOTE: Cole Custer finished off his Race Weekend successfully the next day with a win in the Xfinity Series event.



source: ARCA Racing Media

Saturday, June 3, 2023

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series Lineup

NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series Starting Lineup

”Toyota 200” Ty Majeski Takes Pole


The twelfth race of the 2023 Truck Series season will be contested on the 1.25-mile-long track, Wide Technology Raceway (Madison, Illinois). Thirty-five drivers will compete over one hundred and sixty (160) laps in the race for a shot at victory.


Today’s event will be telecast live on FS1 and MRN at 12:30 pm ET. Ty Majeski will lead the field to the green.


Toyota 200 Line-Up

  1. #98 - Ty Majeski
  2. #99 - Ben Rhodes
  3. #19 - Christian Eckes
  4. #42 - Carson Hocevar
  5. #52 - Stewart Friesen
  6. #38 - Zane Smith
  7. #35 - Jake Garcia
  8. #4 - Chase Purdy
  9. #2 - Nick Sanchez
  10. #23 - Grant Enfinger
  11. #41 - Bayley Currey
  12. #16 - Tyler Ankrum
  13. #17 - Taylor Gray
  14. #15 - Tanner Gray
  15. #25 - Matt DiBenedetto
  16. #5 - Dean Thompson
  17. #43 - Daniel Dye
  18. #1 - Toni Breidinger
  19. #13 - Hailie Deegan
  20. #11 - Jesse Love
  21. #51 - Jack Wood
  22. #9 - Colby Howard
  23. #45 - Lawless Alan
  24. #66 - Conner Jones
  25. #32 - Bret Holmes
  26. #02 - Chris Hacker
  27. #56 - Timmy Hill
  28. #12 - Spencer Boyd
  29. #20 - Matt Mills
  30. #34 - Stephen Mallozzi
  31. #95 - Clay Greenfield
  32. #33 - Josh Reaume
  33. #6 - Norm Benning
  34. #88 - Matt Crafton
  35. #24 - Rajah Caruth


source: NASCAR Media

Monday, May 29, 2023

Andy Lally’s Twitter Backing Success

Andy Lally’s Twitter Backing Success

"Time to fight like heck to make some dreams come true!"

Andy Lally’s Twitter Backing Success


Andy Lally is an American professional auto racing driver. He competes full-time in the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, driving the Audi R8 for Magnus Racing and previously part-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 78 Ford Mustang for Live Fast Motorsports and part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 44 Chevrolet Camaro for Alpha Prime Racing. In the NASCAR Circuit, he is known as a Road Course Specialist. 


Marcus Lemonis is a businessman, television personality and philanthropist. He is currently the chairman and CEO of Camping World, Good Sam Enterprises, Gander RV and The House Boardshop, in addition to being the star of The Profit, a CNBC reality show about saving small businesses. Marcus is very active on Twitter


When a NASCAR Cup opportunity presented itself, Lally was ready sans the necessary funding. Then he took to twitter to raise money . . . . well you can read what happened next via the tweets below.


This should be a really fun development to witness. Great Job Andy Lally and Marcus Lemonis – Us NASCAR fans love "feel good” tales!



source: NASCAR Twitter