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Floridian Bryan Silas delivered a career best Talladega Superspeedway finish for the Fast Track Racing Team in Talladega, Alabama.

Fast Track Team Driver Brian Silas Fourth in Points in the ARCA RE/MAX 250 Series after Solid Talladega Effort
Fast Track Team Driver Brian Silas Fourth in Points in the ARCA RE/MAX 250 Series after Solid Talladega Effort

Fast Track High Performance Driving School puts K&N air and oil filters on its vehicles
Fast Track High Performance Driving School puts K&N air and oil filters on its vehicles
Silas and the team also decided to participate in the so-called Happy Hour at the track where racers get in a last test run. Crew chief Cal Boprey was standing by to make adjustments on the No. 11 Rockingham Speedway Ford Fusion with K&N air and oil filters.
Students at Fast Track Driving School work on race maneuvers and the basics of stock car set-up
Students at Fast Track Driving School work on race maneuvers and the basics of stock car set-up

Fast Track Racing's No. 11 Andy Hillenburg owned Ford Fusion
Fast Track Racing's No. 11 Andy Hillenburg owned Ford Fusion

Race day was extremely warm. Silas and 40 of his closest ARCA competitors took the green flag. Silas was confident driving his Andy Hillenburg owned machine. Silas took the No. 11 to the top 20 when the caution flag came out around lap 40.

The Fast Track Racing team replaced four tires and added fuel and sent Silas back to the 18th position. He raced hard and crossed the finish in 12th place, his best Talladega finish in four prior starts.

“It was a good race, but I was hoping we could get our Ford Fusion more towards the lead draft,” said Silas. “We did the best we could and we’ll go home with a car in one piece and some points.”

Andy Hillenburg is the Fast Track Racing team owner, race car driver and Rockingham Speedway track owner. “We use K&N on our NASCAR/ARCA style stock cars,” said Christa Bowsher, Fast Track Racing Marketing Manager. “Our Fast Track fleet includes Chevrolet, Ford and Dodge race cars. They are designed to reach speeds of up to 165 mph and all have K&N air and oil filters. K&N filters makes the best product on the market. We get additional filtration, more power and our Roush-Yates engines are protected from track debris.”

Silas is now fourth overall in the championship standings. The next venue on the ARCA RE/MAX Series is the Buckle-Up Kentucky 150 at Kentucky Speedway.

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