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Lowline Racing Truck and Nationwide Series Season 2, 2014 Championship Results

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Trent Ringler wins the Truck Series Championship: Season 2, 2014

Congratulations to Trent Ringler (#26) on his Championship win in the Lowline Truck Series. Kevin Burris (#92) finished in 2nd. Third place was taken by Randall Ballard (#28). Fourth goes to Matthew Davis (#72), and fifth was taken by Theodore Wallace (#87).

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Matthew Davis wins the Nationwide Series Championship: Season 2, 2014

Congratulations to Matthew Davis (#72) on his Championship win in the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series. Second goes to Trent Ringler (#26). Third place goes to Theodore Wallace (#87). Fourth Place was taken by Brian Castle (#10). Fifth place goes to Paul Bliss (#85).

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Congratulations to our champions, and thank you to all our participating drivers. Join us next season in the Truck Series, or Nationwide Series.

Missed a race this season? Catch up with our race recaps.

Lowline Racing 180 @ Chicagoland Speedway

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The Lowline Racing Nationwide Series moves on to the Chicagoland Speedway for the Season 2, 2014 finale. After eleven races it comes down to a 6 point margin between point’s leader, Matthew Davis (#72), and second place driver Trent Ringler (#26). For Matthew Davis (#72), while he has managed to finish in the top 5 in points in the last two seasons, this is his first season at the top of the points. Can Davis survive the final race of the season with his points lead intact? Or, will Trent Ringler (#26), who is in a battle to pick up his second championship title in a row, regain the top spot? All, that we can know for certain is that for Trent Ringler to win the championship his has to pick up the win at Chicagoland.

In qualifying Randall Ballard (#28) took home the pole with a lap of 30.832 seconds. Brian Ammerman (#4) started on outside pole, missing the top spot by only .020 seconds. The 3rd starting spot was taken by Brian Castle (#10). The 4th position, on the outside of the second row, went to Trent Ringler (#26). Finally, Donald Aholt (#3) rounded out the top five, in the 5th starting spot.

After 90 laps of competition Brian Castle (#10) picked up the win, and moved up to fourth place in the points. Trent Ringler (#26) finished in 2nd place, and he was followed by Brian Ammerman (#4) in 3rd place. Randall Ballard (#28) brought his Hardees sponsored machine across the line in 4th. Finally, Theodore Wallace (#87) pick up his 10th top five of the season and rounded out the top five, in 5th.

Congratulations to Brian Castle on the win and congratulations to Matthew Davis on his first championship title! Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series for the opening round of season 3, 2014 at 9pm (EST) on July 27th, 2014!

Lowline Racing 140 @ Rockingham Raceway

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Rockingham Raceway is the site of the final race of the season 2, 2014 Lowline Racing Truck Series. Eleven weeks of racing has come down to one final race, for the win between Randall Ballard (#28), Kevin Burris (#92), and Trent Ringler (#26). A win in this race, for any of those drivers, will also win them a championship.

Brian Castle (#10) rolled off from the pole position, after qualifying with a lap of 23.002 seconds. Starting to his outside on the front row, was Trent Ringler (#26) in 2nd. Matthew Davis (#72) started on the inside of row #2 in 3rd place. While, Bobby Straw (#99) makes his first career top five start, in 4th place. Kevin Mitchell (#27) started in 5th place, rounding out the top five.

After 70 laps at the Rock, Trent Ringler (#26) took home the win, and the season 2 2014 championship. Kevin Burris (#92) finished in 2nd by .798 seconds behind the leader. Stacy Adams (#242) finished in 3rd place, and he was followed by Brian Ammerman (#4) in 4th place. Finally, rounding out the top five, in 5th place, was Theodore Wallace (#87) in 5th place.

Congratulations to Trent Ringler (#26) on the race, and championship win! Join the Lowline Racing Truck Series for the opening race of season 3, 2014 at 10pm (EST) on July 26th, 2014!

Lowline Racing 200 @ New Hampshire Motor Speedway

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The eleventh stop on the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series calendar moves the series to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. The series makes only a handful of stop at flat tracks throughout the year. However, this season the series not only visits New Hampshire for the first time, but also made a stop at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. In that race Matthew Davis (#72) ran away with the win, leading 97 of 100 laps, and after that race many drivers remarked on the similarity to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. With that similarity in feel, and his performance at Lucas Oil Speedway, Davis seems to be in a prime position to pick up his 3rd win of the season.

Trent Ringler (#26) started on the pole, turning a lap of 31.098 seconds in qualifying, and on the outside pole was Brian Castle (#10) started in 2nd. Randall Ballard started on the inside of the second row, in 3rd place; while Todd Pinto (#24) in only his 6th start of the season, started on the outside of the second row in 4th place. Matthew Davis (#72) started 5th place, rounding on the top five.

After 100 laps of racing Todd Pinto (#24) took home the win, over 2nd place finisher, Matthew Davis (#72). Donald Aholt (#3) scored only his 2nd top five on the season with a 3rd place finish. The 4th finishing position was taken by Paul Bliss (#85), and Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) finished in 5th place.

Congratulations to Todd Pinto on the win! Join the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series next week at the Chicagoland Speedway as the battle for the championship title reaches its conclusion at the final race of the season!

Lowline Racing 160 @ Iowa Speedway

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With two races left on schedule, the Lowline Racing Truck Series returns to the Iowa Speedway for 80 laps of racing. The Iowa Speedway is a tight 1 mile, “D-shaped” oval, with progressive banking. Which makes it a tough track to pass at, it’s sure to make for an exciting battle as the top three drivers in points go head to head for the lead. Kevin Burris (#92) and Randall Ballard (#28) are tied with for most with three each. However, Iowa has been a place Ballard has shined in the past so it could be prime opportunity for him to get back the points lead, and have the most wins in the season. Meanwhile Trent Ringler (#26) has come strong late in the title fight; he only scored his first win two weeks ago at Kentucky. Could momentum be on his side as surges ahead in pursuit of the points lead? Or can pole sitter Shawn Ryan (#22) spoil all three drivers’ chances by finishing where he starts, in 1st. With 80 laps of racing on tap anything can happen at the Iowa Speedway.

In qualifying Shawn Ryan (#22) took his first pole of the season by turning a lap of 23.780 seconds. Randall Ballard (#28) started on the outside of the front row, in 2nd, after missing the top stop by .023 seconds. The second row was filled by Brian Castle (#10) in 3rd, and Randy Angelin (#47) in 4th place. Finally, Matthew Davis (#72) rounded out the top five, in 5th place.

After 80 laps of racing, Kevin Burris (#92) scored his 4th win of the season, beating Randall Ballard (#28), who finished where he started in 2nd place, to the checkered flag by 3.6 seconds. Theodore Wallace (#87) finished in 3rd place, running the whole length of the race without a pitting, and leading 18 laps. Shawn Ryan (#22) finished in the top five, in 4th place, after starting on the pole. He was followed by Brian Ammerman (#4) who rounded out the top five in 5th place.

Congratulations to Kevin Burris on the win! Next week join the Lowline Racing Truck Series for the season finale at Rockingham Raceway.

Lowline Racing 120 @ Daytona International Speedway

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The Daytona International Speedway is the site of the 10th race on the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series schedule. At the Daytona a fast car isn’t enough to get to victory lane, you also need some luck. While Brian Ammerman (#4) had just the right combination in order to take home the win in the season opening race at Talladega. However, in order for Ammerman (#4) to sweep both seasons restrictor plate races he’ll need luck on his side to avoid the big one at Daytona, and take home the win.

Randall Ballard (#28) took home the pole position in qualifying, with a lap of 48.817 seconds. Ballard only beat Matthew Davis (#72), who qualified in 2nd, by .003 seconds. Brian Ammerman (#4) and Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) took home the second row, starting in 3rd, and 4th respectively. While, Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51), started in 5th, rounding out the top five.

After 60 laps of racing at the Daytona International Speedway Brian Ammerman took home his 4th win of the season, followed by Theodore Wallace (#87) in 2nd, Matthew Davis (#72) in 3rd, Brian Sandoval (#91) in 4th, and Timmy Logwood Jr. (#51) in 5th.

Congratulations to Brian Ammerman on the win! Next week the Lowline Racing Nationwide Series at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway for race #11 of the schedule.