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McReynolds Rolls For Iowa Sweep

By James Hallas, NASCAR

NEWTON, Iowa - If it were up to Brandon McReynolds, every race would take place in Iowa.

The No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota driver won the #ThanksKenny150 at Iowa Speedway, following up his May victory at the .875-mile track, to complete the season sweep and earn Bill McAnally Racing its 60th win in its 25th season with NAPA. 

Iowa Speedway has hosted 13 NASCAR K&N Pro Series combination race since 2007, and McReynolds became its first repeat winner. Past winners at Iowa include Joey Logano, Chase Elliott and Cole Custer.

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Qualifying: McReynolds Captures Pole

By Brooke Franceschini, NASCAR

NEWTON, Iowa – Brandon McReynolds’ string of success at Iowa Speedway is still going strong.

The 23-year-old from Mooresville, N.C., earned his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win at Iowa on May 17th. He added another accolade Friday night when he captured the Coors Light Pole Award for the #ThanksKenny 150.

The third out of 38 cars in qualifying, McReynolds set a time of 23.971 seconds (131.475 mph) to pace the field.

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PRACTICE: Smooth Sailing For Abreu

Newton, Iowa – Rico Abreu continued to his successful rookie campaign Friday at Iowa Speedway.

The 23-year-old from St. Helena, California, dominated both NASCAR K&N Pro Series West and NASCAR K&N Pro Series East practice sessions for tonight’s combination event. He posted a fast time of 24.449 seconds (128.440 mph) during the first practice session and then went onto record a time of 24.384 seconds (129.183 mph) during the final session.

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Young Stars Shine Under Bright Lights

By Brooke Bunch, NASCAR

The East will take on the West Friday under the lights at Iowa Speedway, with two of NASCAR K&N Series’ top contenders on one track in the second and final combination race of the season.

Both 17-year-old NASCAR Next drivers coming off big wins in their respective series, as the East’s William Byron and West’s James Bickford lead a strong continent of young talent in a race to victory in the Thanks Kenny 150 – a tribute to Kenny Wallace who makes his record 547th and final NASCAR XFINITY Series start Saturday in Iowa.

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K&N Pro Series Stat Advance: Iowa

By Brooke Franceschini, NASCAR

 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR K&N Pro Series West head to Iowa Speedway Friday for the final combination race at the Newton, Iowa track this season. Below is a statistical look at the recent performance of the series and selected drivers at Iowa, as well as some other statistical trends.

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K&N Pro Series News & Notes: Iowa

By Brooke Franceschini, NASCAR

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If Brandon McReynolds ends up in Victory Lane this weekend with a season sweep at Iowa Speedway, he’ll make history as the track’s first repeat winner.

Since 2007, the first year the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West ran at Iowa, no driver has captured the overall win more than once.

McReynolds earned his first NASCAR victory in the Casey’s General Store 150 on May 16, this season’s first of two annual combination races between the K&N East and West at the .875-mile oval.

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PIT BOX: Iowa Combo, Part II

By Jason Cunningham, NASCAR

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

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Bickford Scores Dominant Victory

Tim Southers, NASCAR

Post Falls, Idaho – James Bickford is must ready to call Idaho his home away from home after winning his second consecutive race at Stateline Speedway.

After making a late pass in last year’s race and leading only four laps en route to his first career NASCAR K&N Pro Series West win, the Napa, California, native left no doubt he was the car to beat in the NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 150.

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QUALIFYING: Bickford Makes History

Tim Southers, NASCAR

Post Falls, Idaho – James Bickford let everyone know at the end of practice he was ready to compete at Stateline Speedway and he didn’t let up during qualifying for the NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 150.

The  NASCAR Next driver kept the momentum going winning his first career 21 Means 21 pole award with a fast time of 13.835 seconds (65.052 mph).

Bickford is also the defending race winner of this event, earning his first career win roughly one year ago at the Idaho .25-mile track.

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PRACTICE: Behar Fast At Stateline

Tim Southers, NASCAR

Post Falls, Idaho - Judging by her performance in the first practice session, Nicole Behar is happy to be home at Stateline Speedway.

Behar led the first practice session in her No. 33 Custon Welding & Fabrication Toyota with a fast lap of 13.682 seconds (65.780 mph). After two practice sessions at the .25-mile track, her time held up and she finished fastest overall. 

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2015 Schedule/Results

DATE RACE/VENUE WINNER/POLE VIEW
Mar 28 NAPA Auto Parts 150
Kern County Raceway Park
Dalton Sargeant
Dalton Sargeant
Race Results
Race Review
Apr 11 King Taco Catering/NAPA Auto Parts 150
Irwindale Speedway
Chris Eggleston
Dalton Sargeant
Race Results
Race Review
May 2 NAPA Auto Parts Wildcat 150
Tucson Speedway
Noah Gragson
Ron Norman
Race Results
Race Review
May 16 Casey's General Store 150
Iowa Speedway
Brandon McReynolds
Brandon McReynolds
Race Results
Race Review
May 30 Shasta 150
Shasta Speedway
Chris Eggleston
David Mayhew
Race Results
Race Review
Jun 27 Carneros 200
Sonoma Raceway
David Mayhew
David Mayhew
Race Results
Race Review
Jul 11 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota 150
Stateline Speedway
James Bickford
James Bickford
Race Results
Race Review
Jul 31 #ThanksKenny 150
Iowa Speedway
Brandon McReynolds
Brandon McReynolds
Race Results
Race Review
Aug 15 NAPA Auto Parts 150 presented by Toyota
Evergreen Speedway
Aug 22 NAPA/Toyota 150
Colorado National Speedway
Sep 5 NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208
Meridian Speedway
Oct 17 NAPA 150
All American Speedway
Nov 12 NKNPS West Phoenix 11/12/15
Phoenix International Raceway

* Denotes Rookie
# Qualifying cancelled; Field set per rule book