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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.

Lowline Racing 60 @ Watkins Glen

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Watkins Glen is the second stop on the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series schedule. This is the series second ever stop at a road course, the first one coming last season at Road America, and its first ever at Watkins Glen. Watkins Glen has been hosting races since 1948, and has been a fixture at the top levels of stock car racing since the 1970′s. While many racing greats have scored wins at the Glen, it is also a great opportunity for the underdog to come out on top as well. That could be the case today as Matthew Davis (#72) is heavily favored to win, perhaps Trent Ringer (#26) or Todd Pinto (#24) to pull off the upset and take home the checkers at Watkins Glen.

Matthew Davis (#72) sat on the pole the Glen, turning in a lap of 1:16.154 seconds. Trent Ringer (#26) started in 2nd, and was followed by Brian Castle (#10) in 3rd, Paul Bliss (#85) in 4th, and Jerry Platt (#42) rounded out the top five in 5th place.

After 30 laps of racing, Matthew Davis took home the win, after leading all 30 laps for the pole. Trent Ringer (#26) trailed in 2nd place, by some 30 seconds. Brian Ammerman (#4) took home 3rd place, and was followed by Todd Pinto (#24) in 4th place. Finally, Brian Castle (#10) rounded out the top five in 5th place, one lap down.

Congratulations to Matthew Davis (#72) on the win, and the weekend sweep! Next week, join the drivers of the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series as they take on the second road racing date of the season at Mid Ohio!

Lowline Racing 140 @ Phoenix International Raceway

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Race number two on the Lowline Racing Truck series calendar returns the series to the Phoenix International Raceway. But this isn’t just any return, it’s the series’ first race since the track was resurfaced, and it’s whole difference track. The bumps in turn one are gone, and the track is glass smooth. Plus, the backstretch infield has been paved over, which will provide the drivers a new passing opportunity. The other major change to Phoenix is the addition of lights, which will allow the series to run its first race under the lights. All these changes mean that Phoenix is truly up for grabs, as none of these drivers know what to expect once the green flag drops.

In qualifying, Trent Ringler (#26), who won in the series last stop at Phoenix, took the pole with a lap of 27.099 seconds. John Mycka (#66) narrowly missed the pole; instead he started on the outside of the first row, in 2nd. The second row was taken by Matthew Davis (#72) in 3rd, and Robert Dillow (#23) in 4th. Finally, Doug Lemmons rounded out the top five in 5th place.

After 70 laps of racing Matthew Davis (#72) snuck by the leaders, to take home the checked flag. Theodore Wallace (#87) finished in 2nd place, and he was followed by Robert Dillow (#23) in 3rd. Bobby Straw (#99) posted his series best finish, with a 4th place run. Finally, Donald Aholt (#3), in 5th, rounded out the top five.

Congratulations to Matthew Davis on the win! Next week, join the Lowline Racing Truck Series at the Michigan International Speedway in rolling hills of Brooklyn, Michigan!

Lowline Racing 180 @ Iowa Speedway

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The Iowa Speedway, is the site of the first race on the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series, Season 3, 2014 schedule. When the series visited Iowa last, Kevin Burris (#92) look home win over Randall Ballard (#28). Kevin Burris (#92) will try to make two wins in a row at Iowa. However, the field this season features several new drivers, and will be different challenge. Not only for race, but also in the battle for championship.

In his first Nationwide Series start, Kollin Keister (#29) started on the pole, running a lap of 23.144 seconds. Todd Pinto (#24) started on the outside of the front row, missing the top spot by only .015 seconds. Trent Ringler (#26) started on the inside of the second row, in 3rd; while Kevin Burris (#92) started on the outside of Trent, in 4th place. Finally Teddy Reed (#77) rounded out the top five, in 5th place.

After 90 laps of racing, Kollin Keister (#29) took home win after starting on the pole. Matthew Davis (#72) finished in 2nd, and was only car left unscathed, after a contact heavy night of racing. Todd Pinto (#24) finished in 3rd, and he was followed by Donald Aholt (#3) in 4th. Finally, Rodney Keller (#17) snagged a top five in his first Nationwide Series start, with a 5th place finished.

Congratulations to Kollin Keister on the win, and next week join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series as the attempt to turn both left, and right at the Watkins Glenn International Raceway!

Lowline Racing 100 @ Pocono Raceway

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The first race of the season 3, 2014 schedule takes the Lowline Racing Truck Series to the Pocono Raceway. Pocono is a bumpy track, particularly in turn #1. However, the real challenge is getting out of a flat turn #3, and getting a run down the longest front stretch in the series. Any driver who can figure out how to negotiate the bumps in turn #1, and be fast in turn #3 has a great chance at winning the race. Last time the series took on the trick triangle, Brian Castle (#10) has the winning combination, and took home the win. A win at Pocono, would help Castle take home the championship, and unseat last seasons championship winner, Trent Ringler (#26).

Trent Ringler (#26) started on the pole after running a lap of 57.471 seconds in qualifying, and Donald Aholt (#3) joined Trent on the front row, in 2nd place. Randy Angelin (#47) started in 3rd place, and Brian Castle (#10) took the outside of row two, in 4th. Finally Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) rounded out the top five, in 5th place.

After 50 laps of competition, Trent Ringler (#26) manged to win from the pole, after leading 46 laps. Matthew Davis (#72) came in 2nd place. In his first truck series start, Ryan Keiss (#54) scored a top five, with a 3rd place finish. The 4th finishing position was taken by Kevin Burris (#92), and Theodore Wallace (#87) finished in 5th place.

Congratulations to Trent Ringler on the win! Next week, join the Lowline Racing Truck Series as they take on the all new Phoenix International Raceway!