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  1. Todd Gilliland, 17, wins second consecutive Nascar K&N West titleRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | Motorsport.com

    Gilliland, the son of NASCAR veteran David Gilliland, finished second in Saturday's West Coast Hall of Fame 150 at Kern County Raceway Park and clinched his second consecutive K&N Pro Series West championship. Gilliland's Bill McAnally Racing teammate, Derek Kraus, won the race, his first in the series.

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  2. Todd Gilliland looking to repeat as K&N Pro Series West championRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2017 | Motorsport.com

    NASCAR Next driver Todd Gilliland will attempt to capture his second consecutive K&N Pro Series West championship in Saturday's season finale. Gilliland, the 17-year-old son of NASCAR veteran David Gilliland, leads the series standings and holds an 11-point advantage over his Bill McAnally Racing teammate, Chris Eggleston, entering Saturday final race at Kern County Raceway Park.

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  3. Two NASCAR Next stars set to battle for K&N East title at DoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2017 | Motorsport.com

    Two drivers with similar backgrounds and pedigrees will battle it out Friday for the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship at Dover International Speedway. Todd Gilliland enters Friday's season finale with an eight-point lead over Harrison Burton and both are looking for their first series championship.

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  4. NASCAR Driver Chase Purdy Sits in Third Place in the K&N Pro Series East SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2017 | K&N Racing News

    Chase Purdy, a Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender, sits in third place in the K&N Pro East Series Standings. Purdy is still looking for his first career K&N Pro Series East win and has four runner-up finishes.

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  5. Todd Gilliland wins K&N race at Langley, takes points leadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2017 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    Todd Gilliland makes the decisive pass on Dillon Bassett on his way to victory in the K&N Pro Series East race at Langley Speedway on Monday Todd Gilliland makes the decisive pass on Dillon Bassett on his way to victory in the K&N Pro Series East race at Langley Speedway on Monday Todd Gilliland took a big step toward winning the two NASCAR K&N Pro Series stock car titles by winning the Visit Hampton Virginia 150 on Monday at Larry King Law's Langley Speedway. Gilliland, the son of long-time NASCAR Monster Energy Cup veteran David Gilliland, came into the night four points behind Harrison Burton , whose father Jeff Burton was a Cup star for two decades.

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  6. Clements goes for a spin but still wins raceRead the original story

    Aug 27, 2017 | Yahoo Sports

    Clements made contact with Matt Tifft as the two were racing for the lead in the final corner of the next-to-last lap Sunday at Road America and both drivers went spinning around. Clements got his car straightened out first and survived the final lap to win.

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  7. July Trailer Orders Increase 41%, Industry Optimistic for 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 23, 2017 | Transport Topics

    U.S. trailer orders jumped 41% in July compared with the weak 2016 period, supported by demand for dry vans and flatbeds - and trailer makers said they expected similar conditions in 2018. Preliminary net orders in July reached 14,450 units, up from 10,147 a year earlier, according to ACT Research Co.

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  8. Goodyear, K&N East at New HampshireRead the original story

    Jul 17, 2017 | Paddock Talk

    David Gilliland took the lead early, set a tremendous pace and won the United Site Services 70 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Gilliland, who is bidding to capture both the K&N East and West championships this season, won for the third time in East Series competition.

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  9. Raphael Lessard comes home fifth in an action-packed race in IndianaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2017 | Motorsport.com

    Sometimes the best car doesn't always win the race and that can be said for Saturday night's race at Anderson Speedway for Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec driver RaphaA l Lessard. Lessard had a strong car throughout the 51st edition of the CRA/ARCA Redbud 400 and ran either first or second for most of the second half of the race, but it was the final restart of the night that cost the teenager a chance at a win.

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  10. Mechanical failure costs Raphael Lessard chance to race in USRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2017 | Motorsport.com

    However, he will not be able to take part in the event due to a mechanical failure. The driver of the Toyota Camry #99 FRL Express/Toyota-TRD/JBLAudio prepared by David Gilliland Racing tested the car this morning on the Anderson Motor Speedway, but a mechanical problem which cannot be fixed at the track put an abrupt end to his weekend.

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  11. Craig, Lessard and Alfredo score Hickory CARS victoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2017 | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    With a pairs of duels for both the Super Late Model and Late Model Stock divisions, Raphael Lessard and Matt Craig split the Super Late Model features, while Anthony Alfredo took both Late Model Stock victories. In the first Super Late Model feature, Brandon Setzer captured his second consecutive pole award in qualifying and led the field to green.

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  12. David Gilliland Racing Exiting PASS SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2017 | Sports Media 101

    Motorsports 101 provides 24/7 obsessive sports coverage of the Motorsports as a part of Sports Media 101 . For news, op/ed, game reviews, team updates and even rumors you will find all of it on Motorsports 101.

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  13. Danica questions NASCAR discipline after no fine for DillonRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2017 | KDWN

    When NASCAR decided not to fine Austin Dillon for running Cole Custer into a wall last week in Phoenix, other drivers were left wondering how the sport decides who gets fined and who gets away with rambunctious behavior. Patrick is among several drivers who have been fined for on-track shenanigans seemingly less egregious than the scrape between Dillon and Custer.

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