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Travis Kvapil Will Drive K&N No. 6 Ford F-150 for Three More NASCAR Races

K&N Engineering will continue to sponsor the No. 6 Ford F-150 and Roush Fenway Racing driver Travis Kvapil for an additional three races. Kvapil will drive the K&N Filters Ford at Atlanta Motor Speedway this weekend. Additional races include Martinsville Speedway on March 31 and Kansas Speedway on April 28.
Travis Kvapil
Travis Kvapil

“K&N is shifting priorities around to make things happen for Roush Fenway Racing and Travis Kvapil,” said Charles Maier, Sports Marketing Director of K&N Engineering. “We see this opportunity to continue our sponsorship for another three races as a fantastic thing for K&N and Roush Fenway. They need a great sponsor and we want to build a great relationship with a top team in the world of NASCAR.”

K&N sponsored the No. 6 at Daytona International Speedway in February. Kvapil led most of the laps on route to a third place finish on February 16. The following week K&N also sponsored Kvapil at California Speedway.

“We’re really happy that K&N has come on board with us for the next three races,” Kvapil said. “We nearly won Daytona, and we’d like to think we can make it up to them by pulling off a win in one of the next three races. Atlanta is a really fun racetrack. Next to Daytona, it’s one of the most fun racetracks we go to. You can run anywhere, up to the wall or down around the bottom of the track. It really makes for an exciting race.”

Kvapil currently is seventh in NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series points, 65 points behind leader Jack Sprague.

Follow Travis Kvapil's progress throughout the racing season at the K&N news site. Find K&N products for your vehicle using the K&N application search then use the K&N dealer search to find a K&N dealer in your part of the world.


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