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Lowline Racing 180 from Homestead-Miami Speedway

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The Homestead-Miami Speedway is the site of the 3rd race on the Lowline Racing Cup Series calendar. Homestead is a a smooth 1.5 mile speedway, and the pole sitter for today’s race is Trent Ringler (#26). Trent already has one win this season, and happened in the series only other scheduled appearance at a 1.5 mile track, the Texas Motor Speedway. The driver on his outside, is Brian Ammerman (#4). Last week in Phoenix, Ammerman took home the win, and would like make it two in a row today. Donald Aholt (#3) rolls of in 3rd place, making his first start inside the top five this season. The 4th starting spot was taken by Brian Sandoval (#91), as he tries to build on the momentum of his 4th place finish last week. Finally, series newcomer Drew Hammock (#35) rounds out the top in 5th place.

Congratulations to Brian Ammerman on tonights win! Next week, the drivers of the Lowline Racing Cup Series take on the Auto Club Speedway

Lowline Racing 160 from Homestead-Miami Speedway

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For week three, the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series makes its annual return to the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Last year, Brian Ammerman (#4) took home the win, and after taking the pole position for this years race, he’s poised to repeat that performance. Keith Castle (#10) starts on the outside of the front row, where he’ll try to chase down his first win of the season. Trent Ringler (#26) starts in 3rd place, and he’ll try to rebound from a disappointing race last week at Phoenix. Shawn Ryan (#12) rolls off in 4th, as he continues on the strong start to the season. Finally, Tristan Combs (#077) rounds out the top five, in 5th place.

Congratulations to Brian Ammerman on the win! Next week, join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series as they return to Bristol Motor Speedway.

Lowline Racing 200 from Texas Motor Speedway

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The pole for the first race of season 4 2014, in the Lowline Racing Cup Series went to Trent Ringler (#26). Trent rocketed to the top spot after turning in a lap of 28.196 seconds around the Texas Motor Speedway, which is the site of the seasons first race. After posting a win in last nights Nationwide series race, Ringler has the opportunity to sweep the weekend with a win tonight. To his right, Tristan Combs (#077) joins Trent on the front row in 2nd place. The 3rd starting spot was taken by, Brian Ammerman (#4). Ammerman, has his sights set on a championship, but Keith Castle (#10), the car in 4th place, will try to play spoiler to those plans. Castle, himself is running for his first championship title. Finally Todd Pinto (#24) rounds out the top five, starting in 5th. For driver #24 to win he’ll have to be patient as he works though the cars in front of him over the next 100 laps.

Congratulations to Trent Ringler on the win! Next week, join the Lowline Racing Cup Series as they continue westward, to the Phoenix International Raceway!

Lowline Racing 180 from Texas Motor Speedway

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The opening round of Season 4, 2014 took place at the Texas Motor Speedway. Keith Castle (#10) had the pole position, and therefore the best starting spot to begin the six race dash to championship. He’s joined by Donald Aholt (#3) on the front row. The second row was occupied by Trent Ringler (#26), and Tristan Combs (#077). This season Trent Ringler will try to return to championship form, after coming up short the last two seasons, while Tristan will be trying for his first championship in only his second season of competition. Finally, in 5th place, Shawn Ryan (#12) makes his return Nationwide Series racing after several season away from the track.

Congratulations to Trent Ringler on the win! Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series next week, as they take on the high desert in Phoenix.

Lowline Racing 60 @ Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course

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The Lowline Racing Nationwide Series makes it’s inaugural visit to the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, for the 3rd race of the season. This is also the series second straight road race of the season, and after last weeks win at Watkins Glen, Matthew Davis (#72) seems to have great odds of picking up his second win of the season in Ohio. However, series newcomer, Tristan Combs (#077) has posted competitive times in practice, and could be a threat to take home the win at Mid-Ohio.

In open qualifying, Matthew Davis (#72) started on the pole after running a lap of 1:29.790 seconds. Tristan Combs (#077) started in 2nd. He was followed by Trent Ringler (#26) in 3rd, Paul Bliss (#85) in 4th, and Robert Dillow (#23) in 5th, making his first top five start of the season.

With 30 laps of competition in the books, Matthew Davis (#72) lead them all en-route to a win at Mid-Ohio. Tristan Combs (#077) finished in 2nd place. 3rd place, was taken by Paul Bliss (#85). Theodore Wallace (#87) took home 4th place, and Paul Hickey (#55) rounded out the top five, in 5th, with his first series top five.

Congratulations to Matthew Davis on the win! Next week, join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series as they take on the high banks of the Bristol Motor Speedway.

Lowline Racing 120 @ Michigan International Speedway

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The two mile, “D” shaped oval that is the Michigan International Speedway, plays host the driver of the Lowline Racing Truck Series for the 3rd race of the season. After a wild end to last weeks race at Phoenix, Matthew Davis took the win, and points lead. However, there’s plenty of time for the rest of the series regulars to claw their way back into competition. The best way for them to start, is to take the pole at Michigan where track position is king.

In qualifying Randall Ballard (#28) took the pole with a lap of 40.131 seconds. Todd Pinto (#24) qualified on the outside of the front row, missing the top spot by .188 seconds. The second row was taken by Matthew Davis (#72) in 3rd, and Donald Aholt (#) in 4th. Finally, Teddy Reed (#77) rounded out the top five, in 5th place.

After 60 laps of racing, Randall Ballard (#28) took home the win after starting on the pole, and leading 51 laps. Trent Ringler (#26) trailed Ballard, by a large margin in 2nd place. Doug Lemmons (#70) scored his series first top five, with a 3rd place finish. Hot on Lemmons heals, was Teddy Reed (#77) who finished in 4th. While, Matthew Davis (#72) rounded out the top five in 5th place.

Congratulations to Randall Ballard on the win, and join the Lowline Racing Truck Series next week as they take on the half mile in Bristol, Tennessee.