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Brandon McReynolds Sweeps Iowa Dominating 2nd East vs West K&N Pro Series In 2015

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Brandon McReynolds dominated the #ThanksKenny 150 NASCAR K&N Pro Series race, leading 127 of 150 laps right from the start as McReynolds also won the 21 Means 21 Coors Light Pole

Brandon McReynolds earned his first ever NASCAR K&N Pro Series victory in the Casey's General Store 150 at Iowa Speedway earlier in 2015. That race was the first of two annual combination races between the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West. Brandon McReynolds, driving the No. 16 NAPA Auto Parts Toyota for Bill McAnally Racing, became only the second NASCAR K&N Pro Series West driver to win the combination race at Iowa. With this second win at Iowa Speedway in the #ThanksKenny 150 McReynolds has become the series’ first repeat winner.

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McReynolds had a scare on Lap 146 at Iowa Speedway as Jesse Little pulled ahead of him on a restart; however McReynolds caught up and sped away for the checkered flag

Brandon McReynolds dominated the race, leading 127 of 150 laps right from the start as McReynolds also won the 21 Means 21 Coors Light Pole. McReynolds had a scare on Lap 146 as Jesse Little pulled ahead of him on a restart. Unfazed, McReynolds caught up to Jesse Little, cleared him and sped away for the checkered flag. Little would cross the line in second place followed by Spencer Davis in third.

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Brandon McReynolds is only the second NASCAR K&N Pro Series West driver to win the combination race at Iowa Speedway and with this 2nd win McReynolds is the first repeat winner

After his repeat win at Iowa Speedway Brandon McReynolds said, “It was definitely hard fought. Coming back, I knew this hot, greasy, slick race track at Iowa Speedway. Our NAPA Toyota was really good. It feels good to be back here in victory lane.” Jesse Little commented on his battle with Brandon McReynolds saying, “Brandon had by far the best car of the night. It was going to take a last ditch effort for sure. But I’m proud of all our Toyota Racing guys.”

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One autographed K&N Pro Series mini Bell replica helmet will be given away through K&N’s official Twitter feed twitter.com/knfilters after all 28 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East & West races

Jesse Little’s second place finish earned him a victory in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East as he was the highest finishing K&N East driver. Noah Gragson holds a small two-point lead over Chris Eggleston in the K&N Pro West championship standings and a nine point advantage over Gracin Raz. William Byron, who finished 19th overall in the #ThanksKenny 150 at Iowa Speedway, maintained his K&N Pro East championship points lead of 25 points over Scott Heckert and 33 over Austin Hill.

The NASCAR K&N Pro Series East returns to action on August 7th at Watkins Glen (New York) International, while the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West races next on August 15 at Evergreen Speedway in Monroe, Washington.


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