2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East

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2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
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Champions | Seasons
Derek Kraus, the current points leader

The 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East is the fifteenth season of the K&N Pro Series East, a regional stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR. It began with the New Smyrna 175 at New Smyrna Speedway on 11 February and will conclude at Dover International Speedway on 4 October. General Tire took over the position from Goodyear as the official tire supplier of the series.[1] Tyler Ankrum entered the season as the defending Drivers' champion. Derek Kraus leads the championship after four races, four points ahead of Sam Mayer.

Drivers[edit]

No. Manufacturer Car Owner Race Driver Crew Chief
1 Toyota Shigeaki Hattori Max McLaughlin (R) Robert Huffman
2 Toyota Max Siegel Nick Sanchez (R) 2 Unknown
4 Toyota Max Siegel Chase Cabre Glenn Parker 1
Doug Howe 3
5 Toyota Carlos Crespo Juan Manuel González 1 Wayne Setterington Jr.
6 Toyota Max Siegel Rubén García Jr. Steve Plattenberger
08 Chevrolet Mike Holleran Travis Milburn 2 Sonny Wahl
15 Toyota David Gilliland Tanner Gray (R) Seth Smith
16 Toyota Mike Curb Derek Kraus John Camilleri
17 Toyota David Gilliland Ty Gibbs (R) 1 Blake Bainbridge
Riley Herbst 1
18 Chevrolet Sam Hunt Colin Garrett Clinton Cram 1
Andrew Abbott 3
19 Toyota Bill McAnally Hailie Deegan Kevin Reed Jr. 2
Kyle Wolosek 2
20 Toyota Ben Kennedy Anthony Sergi (R) 2 Glenn Garrison
21 Chevrolet Maury Gallagher Sam Mayer (R) Mardy Lindley
22 Toyota Thomas Oakley Brandon Oakley 2 Ron Otto
24 Ford Michael Diaz Mason Diaz (R) Mike Darne
30 Ford Mark Rette Spencer Davis[N 1] Mark Rette
31 Chevrolet Ted Marsh Connor Hall 1 Todd Fisette
36 Ford Kevin McCarty Jason Miles (R) 2 Unknown
38 Chevrolet Sue McCarty Ron Jay (R) 2 Unknown
50 Toyota William Hilgeman Raphaël Lessard (R) 1 Doug George
54 Toyota James LeMastus 1 Drew Dollar (R) Derek Smith 1
Bo LeMastus 3 Kevin Manion 3
74 Chevrolet Marie Benevento-Visconti Brandon McReynolds 2 Bruce Cook 1
Bill Goffin 1
87 Ford 1 Chuck Buchanan Chuck Buchanan Jr. Craig Wood
Chevrolet 3
91 Toyota Terry Carroll Justin Carroll 2 Unknown
98 Toyota David Gilliland Natalie Decker (R) 1 Frank Kerr
99 Toyota Bill McAnally Brittney Zamora (R) 2 Kevin Bellicourt
Sources:[2][3][4][5]
Notes
  1. ^ Spencer Davis drove in the New Smyrna 175 with car number 82, honoring his 2018 car owner Danny Watts Jr.

Schedule[edit]

On 4 December 2018, NASCAR announced the 2019 schedule. Langley and New Jersey were dropped from the schedule in favor a second race at Bristol.[6] All races in the season are televised on NBCSN on a tape delay basis and shown live on FansChoice.tv.[7]

No. Race Title Track Date
1 New Smyrna 175 New Smyrna Speedway, New Smyrna Beach 11 February[a]
2 Zombie Auto 150 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol 6 April
3 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s South Boston Speedway, South Boston 4 May
5 May[b]
4
5 Memphis 150 Presented by AutoZone[9] Memphis International Raceway, Millington 1 June
6 TBA Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, Thompson 15 June
7 United Site Services 70 New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon 20 July
8 Casey's General Store 150[c] Iowa Speedway, Newton 26 July
9 TBA Watkins Glen International, Watkins Glen 2 August
10 Bush's Beans 150 Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol 15 August
11 TBA[d] World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison 24 August
12 TBA New Hampshire Motor Speedway, Loudon 21 September
13 TBA Dover International Speedway, Dover 4 October
Notes
  1. ^ The New Smyrna 175 was postponed a day due to rain.[8]
  2. ^ The first twenty laps of the second WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100 race were run on 4 May, before the race was red flagged and stopped for rain. The last 80 laps were run on 5 May.
  3. ^ The Casey's General Store 150 will be held as a combined event, with competitors from the K&N Pro Series East competing along with competitors for the K&N Pro Series West. Drivers will receive points and statistical credit relative to the whole field in general, instead of relative to other drivers in their series. Also drivers are allowed to score points for both the East and West Series.
  4. ^ The race at Gateway will be held as a combined event, with competitors from the K&N Pro Series East competing along with competitors for the K&N Pro Series West. Drivers will receive points and statistical credit relative to the whole field in general, instead of relative to other drivers in their series. Also drivers are allowed to score points for both the East and West Series.

Results and standings[edit]

Races[edit]

No. Race Pole position Most laps led Winning driver Manufacturer
1 New Smyrna 175[10] Hailie Deegan1 Colin Garrett Derek Kraus Toyota
2 Zombie Auto 150[11] Sam Mayer Sam Mayer Sam Mayer Chevrolet
3 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s[12] Tanner Gray Tanner Gray Tanner Gray Toyota
4 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s[13] Nick Sanchez2 Derek Kraus Derek Kraus Toyota
  • 1 – The qualifying session for the New Smyrna 175 was cancelled due to weather. The starting line-up was decided by Practice results.
  • 2 – Starting grid was set by the fastest lap times from the first WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100 race.

Drivers' championship[edit]

(keyBold – Pole position awarded by time. Italics – Pole position set by final practice results or Owners' points. * – Most laps led.

Pos. Driver NSM BRI SBO SBO MEM THO NHA IOW GLN BRI GTW NHA DOV Points
1 Derek Kraus 1 6 9 1* 168
2 Sam Mayer (R) 4 1* 2 112 164
3 Spencer Davis 7 5 4 5 155
4 Tanner Gray (R) 12 10 1* 4 154
5 Chase Cabre 17 2 8 2 148
6 Max McLaughlin (R) 11 13 3 3 147
7 Drew Dollar (R) 9 4 12 6 147
8 Colin Garrett 6* 7 6 14 145
9 Rubén García Jr. 8 17 5 73 139
10 Hailie Deegan 16 16 10 124 123
11 Mason Diaz (R) 14 8 DNS1 DNS1 120
12 Chuck Buchanan Jr. 19 15 16 DNS1 110
13 Brandon McReynolds 3 3 82
14 Travis Milburn 7 9 72
15 Anthony Sergi (R) 5 12 71
16 Nick Sanchez (R) 14 8 67
17 Justin Carroll 11 10 67
18 Brittney Zamora (R) 15 11 62
19 Jason Miles (R) 13 13 62
20 Brandon Oakley 13 14 61
21 Ron Jay (R) 15 15 58
22 Raphaël Lessard (R) 9 35
23 Connor Hall 10 34
24 Juan Manuel González 18 26
25 Riley Herbst 18 26
26 Natalie Decker (R) 19 25
27 Ty Gibbs (R) 2 -57
Pos. Driver NSM BRI SBO SBO MEM THO NHA IOW GLN BRI GTW NHA DOV Points
Notes
  • 1 – Chuck Buchanan Jr. and Mason Diaz received championship points, despite the fact that they did not start the race.
  • 2 – Sam Mayer was unable to complete the last 80 laps after the rain delay due to prior commitments. Kyle Benjamin substituted for Mayer.
  • 3 – Rubén García Jr. was unable to complete the last 80 laps after the rain delay due to a clash with a PEAK Mexico Series race. Colin Garrett substituted for García Jr., after he crashed out his No. 18 entry on lap thirteen.
  • 4 – Hailie Deegan was unable to complete the last 80 laps after the rain delay due to family reasons. Nobody substituted for her.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "General Tire to Serve as Exclusive Tire Supplier For NASCAR's K&N Pro Series, Pinty's Series and PEAK Mexico Series". hometracks.nascar.com. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. 5 February 2019. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
  2. ^ "2019 New Smyrna 175 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
  3. ^ "2019 Zombie Auto 150 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 3 April 2019.
  4. ^ "2019 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s #1 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 4 May 2019.
  5. ^ "2019 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s #2 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 4 May 2019.
  6. ^ "NASCAR K&N Pro Series East 2019 Schedule Announced". hometracks.nascar.com. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. 4 December 2018. Retrieved 8 February 2019.
  7. ^ "FansChoice.TV To Live Stream Entire Regional Series Schedule". hometracks.nascar.com. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. 22 February 2019. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  8. ^ Segal, Davey (11 February 2019). "Rain Postpones New Smyrna 175 to Monday Night". hometracks.nascar.com. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
  9. ^ "NASCAR K&N Pro Series Memphis 150 presented by AutoZone". racemir.com. IRG Sports + Entertainment™, DBA: Memphis International Raceway. Retrieved 12 May 2019.
  10. ^ "2019 New Smyrna 175 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 11 February 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2019.
  11. ^ "2019 Zombie Auto 150 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 6 April 2019. Retrieved 7 April 2019.
  12. ^ "2019 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s #1 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 4 May 2019. Retrieved 8 May 2019.
  13. ^ "2019 WhosYourDriver.org Twin 100s #2 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 5 May 2019. Retrieved 8 May 2019.

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