2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West

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2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
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The 2019 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West is the sixty-sixth season of the K&N Pro Series West, a regional stock car racing series sanctioned by NASCAR. It began with the Star Nursery 100 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track on 28 February and will conclude at ISM Raceway on 9 November. General Tire took over the position from Goodyear as the official tire supplier of the series.[1] Derek Thorn entered the season as the defending Drivers' champion. Derek Kraus leads the championship after four races, eightteen points ahead of Trevor Huddleston.

Drivers[edit]

No. Manufacturer Car Owner Race Driver Crew Chief
0 Toyota Bobby Hillis Jr. Bobby Hillis Jr. 2 Unknown
6 Ford Bob Bruncati Jagger Jones (R) Bill Sedgwick
7 Ford Jeff Jefferson Joey Tanner (R) 2 Jeff Jefferson 2
Dustin Ash (R) 2 Jerry Pitts 2
08 Ford 1 Mike Holleran Travis Milburn Sonny Wahl
Chevrolet 3
8 Chevrolet Steve Elder Billy Kann 2 Steve Elder
9 Ford Bob Bruncati Trevor Huddleston Clinton Cram
10 Chevrolet Jody Levin Matt Levin Ron Norman
13 Toyota Kelly Souza Todd Souza Michael Munoz
14 Toyota Dave Reed Austin Reed (R) 1 Bond Suss
15 Toyota David Gilliland Tanner Gray (R) 3 Seth Smith
16 Toyota Mike Curb Derek Kraus John Camilleri
17 Chevrolet Steve McGowan Tony Toste (R) 1 Tim Douglas
18 Chevrolet Becky Kann Bill Kann 3 Kevin Loster
19 Toyota Bill McAnally Hailie Deegan Kevin Reed Jr. 2
Unknown 2
27 Ford Jerry Pitts Cole Cabrera (R) 1 Jerry Pitts
36 Ford Kevin McCarty Ron Jay (R) 2 Sue McCarty 2
John Wood 1 Unknown 1
38 Ford 1 Sue McCarty Rob Powers (R) 1 Mike Holleran
Chevrolet 3 Armani Williams (R) 1
John Wood 1 Unknown 2
Ron Jay (R) 1
40 Chevrolet Matt Levin Taylor Canfield (R) 1 Jason Dickenson
Austin Thom (R) 3
43 Chevrolet 2 Jan Levin 2 Kody Vanderwal Steve Graham
Ford 2 Jody Levin 2
50 Toyota William Hilgeman Dylan Garner (R) 1 Mike Nascimento
64 Chevrolet 1 Jason DeLong David Hibbard (R) 1 Rich DeLong Jr. 1
Toyota 1 Nick Joanides 1 Joe Nava 1
72 Ford Cheri Bumbera Kenny Bumbera (R) 1 Dave Riggs
77 Toyota Joe Nava Takuma Koga Roger Bracken
78 Ford Don Wood Jack Wood (R) 1 Ty Joiner
84 Chevrolet Cindy DeLong Rich DeLong III 2 Chris Dittes
86 Toyota Tim Spurgeon Tim Spurgeon 1 Steve Finsler
99 Toyota Bill McAnally Brittney Zamora (R) Kevin Bellicourt
Sources:[2][3][4][5]

Schedule[edit]

On 9 January 2019, NASCAR announced the 2019 schedule. Orange Show and the first date at Kern County were dropped from the schedule in favor Irwindale and Phoenix.[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 Star Nursery 100 Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track, Las Vegas 28 February
2 ENEOS NAPA Auto 150 Irwindale Speedway, Irwindale 30 March
3 Port of Tucson Twin 100s Tucson Speedway, Tucson 11 May
4
5 TBA Colorado National Speedway, Dacono 8 June
6 TBA Sonoma Raceway, Sonoma 22 June
7 TBA Douglas County Speedway, Roseburg 29 June
8 Casey's General Store 150[a] Iowa Speedway, Newton 26 July
9 TBA Evergreen Speedway, Monroe 17 August
10 TBA[b] World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway, Madison 24 August
11 TBA Meridian Speedway, Meridian 28 September
12 TBA All American Speedway, Roseville 12 October
13 TBA Kern County Raceway Park, Bakersfield 26 October
14 TBA ISM Raceway, Avondale 9 November
Notes
  1. ^ The Casey's General Store 150 will be held as a combined event, with competitors from the K&N Pro Series West competing along with competitors for the K&N Pro Series East. 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.
  2. ^ The race at Gateway will be held as a combined event, with competitors from the K&N Pro Series West competing along with competitors for the K&N Pro Series East. 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 Star Nursery 100[8] Austin Reed Derek Kraus Hailie Deegan Toyota
2 ENEOS NAPA Auto 150[9] Hailie Deegan Derek Kraus Trevor Huddleston Ford
3 Port of Tucson Twin 100s[10] Tanner Gray Derek Kraus Derek Kraus Toyota
4 Port of Tucson Twin 100s[11] Brittney Zamora Derek Kraus Derek Kraus Toyota

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 LVS IRW TUC TUC CNS SON DCO IOW EVG GTW MER AAS KER PHO Points
1 Derek Kraus 6* 3* 1* 1* 179
2 Trevor Huddleston 7 1 7 4 161
3 Jagger Jones (R) 2 4 4 6 161
4 Hailie Deegan 1 5 3 15 156
5 Brittney Zamora (R) 11 8 5 3 150
6 Matt Levin 10 7 6 5 148
7 Todd Souza 5 11 8 16 136
8 Kody Vanderwal 4 18 11 12 131
9 Travis Milburn 8 13 16 8 131
10 Tanner Gray (R) 2 2 2 127
11 Takuma Koga 17 19 15 9 116
12 Austin Thom (R) 14 14 11 93
13 Bill Kann 15 17 10 90
14 Ron Jay (R) 20 12 13 87
15 Dustin Ash (R) 9 7 73
16 Joey Tanner (R) 3 16 69
17 John Wood QL1 10 DNS2 61
18 Bobby Hillis Jr. 13 14 61
19 Rich DeLong III 15 21 52
20 Billy Kann DNS2 DNS2 52
21 Cole Cabrera (R) 6 38
22 Austin Reed (R) 9 36
23 Dylan Garner (R) 9 35
24 Jack Wood (R) 10 34
25 Kenny Bumbera (R) 12 32
26 Armani Williams (R) 12 32
27 Rob Powers (R) 13 31
28 David Hibbard (R) 14 30
29 Tony Toste (R) 16 28
30 Nick Joanides 17 27
31 Tim Spurgeon 18 26
32 Taylor Canfield (R) 19 25
Pos. Driver LVS IRW TUC TUC CNS SON DCO IOW EVG GTW MER AAS KER PHO Points
Notes
  • 1 – John Wood qualified in the No. 38 for Armani Williams.
  • 2 – Billy Kann and John Wood received championship points, despite the fact that they did not start the race.

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 1 March 2019.
  2. ^ "2019 Star Nursery 100 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  3. ^ "2019 Eneos NAPA Auto 150 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  4. ^ "2019 Port of Tucson Twin 100 #1 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
  5. ^ "2019 Port of Tucson Twin 100 #2 entry list". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. Retrieved 10 May 2019.
  6. ^ "NASCAR K&N Pro Series West 2019 Schedule Announced". hometracks.nascar.com. NASCAR Media Group, LLC. 9 January 2019. Retrieved 1 March 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. ^ "2019 Star Nursery 100 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 28 February 2019. Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  9. ^ "2019 Eneos NAPA Auto 150 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 30 March 2019. Retrieved 31 March 2019.
  10. ^ "2019 Port of Tucson Twin 100 #1 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 11 May 2019. Retrieved 16 May 2019.
  11. ^ "2019 Port of Tucson Twin 100 #2 race results". racing-reference.info. NASCAR Digital Media, LLC. 11 May 2019. Retrieved 16 May 2019.

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