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      Cody Gerhardt driving # 40 Sprint won his heat race as Tim Skoglund had a last lap spin with another competitor.

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    Legends Cars are 5/8 scale purpose built race cars powered by a 122 horsepower Yamaha 1200/1250 cc motorcycle engine & styled after pre-World War II Ford, Chevy or Dodge bodies

    K&N supported John Mickel arrived at Snetterton Circuit for round 14 of the 2015 UK Legends Championship on a high note following a full sweep of six race wins at Silverstone Circuit - Rod Tietjen (Motorsport Action) Photo

    John Mickel and the Mickel Motorsport Team rely on K&N filters to keep their 122 horsepower Yamaha 1200/1250 cc motorcycle engine powered Legends cars running at their best

    John Mickel broke the existing record in UK Legends Championship history by winning 11 consecutive back to back races and smashed the Legends lap record at Snetterton Circuit - Rod Tietjen (Motorsport Action) Photo

    The UNOH 100 NASCAR race came to an early finish due to weather conditions, which allowed Austin Hill and his team into Victory Lane for their second win of the 2015 K&N East season

    William Byron set the pace early by leading practice before being cancelled for rain, but was awarded the pole position because NASCAR officials set the field based on point standings

    William Byron led the field to green but Austin Hill had a different plan in mind after he took over the lead mid-way through the race in the No. 22 A&D Welding / Don Rich Ford

    Notable Mentions in the UNOH 100 includes NASCAR K&N Pro Series West points leader Noah Gragson who started 33rd because of rain and drove the No. 55 Alert ID Toyota to 10th

    One autographed K&N Pro Series mini Bell replica helmet will be given away through K&N’s official Twitter feed after all 28 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East & West races

    Noah Gragson bounced back at Meridian Speedway in Idaho by dominating the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 to reclaim the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West championship points lead

    Noah Gragson claimed his first career 21 Means 21 Pole Award presented by Coors Light in the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 at Meridian Speedway in Meridian, Idaho

    Noah Gragson led the most laps on the quarter-mile oval in Meridian, Idaho taking the NAPA Auto Parts Idaho 208 win with Brandon McReynolds finishing second, by a mere .462 seconds

    Using compressed air, the NASCAR® Air Titan™ pushes water off of the racing surface and onto the apron where vacuum trucks and Jet dryers will remove the remainder of the moisture

    The NASCAR® Research and Development Center in Concord, North Carolina, was tasked with developing a means to shorten the delay caused by rain

    As part of the Air Titan™ development process, the NASCAR® R&D Center incorporated the high-flow air filter technology found in K&N performance air filters

    Oil samples have proven that using K&N air filters, and K&N oil filters, have reduced the amount of particles entering the engine which will prolong the life of the engine and blower unit

    Over time, the innovations of the NASCAR Air Titan™, along with reusable K&N air filters, will lessen the carbon footprint of track drying, decrease emissions, noise pollution, & waste

    NASCAR® R&D found that switching to K&N air filters allowed maintenance crews to remove the filters with the Air Titan™ blower still in the vehicle

    Sergio Pena was a fill-in driver for primary Rev Racing driver Jay Beasley, but Pena hopes this win opens opportunities for him to get back into a car allowing him to continue up the ranks

    On the final lap Dalton Sargeant spun, leaving Pena and Kaz Grala to battle it out for the checkered flag, with Pena taking the lead and the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Biscuitville 125 win

    Scott Heckert broke his own track record in qualifying and led a majority of the Virginia International Raceway Biscuitville 125 before a broken rear end put him out of contention for the win

    On the second Green-White-Checkered finish attempt of the Biscuitville 125 at VIR, leader Austin Hill spun in turn one resulting in NASCAR Next driver Dalton Sargeant taking the lead

    Ryan Partridge made his 13th career start at Colorado National Speedway for the NAPA Auto Parts 150 and his previous best was a runner-up finish at Evergreen Speedway in Washington

    Ryan Partridge began his dominating performance of the NAPA Auto Parts 150 at Colorado National Speedway by winning his first Coors Light Pole Award

    Ryan Partridge led all but one lap in the NAPA Auto Parts 150 taking his No. 9 Sunrise Ford/Eibach Springs/Lucas Oil Ford across the finish line 1.7 seconds in front of second place