NKNPS: Casey's General Stores 150 Race Preview Featured

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The NASCAR K&N East and West roll into Iowa Speedway for a combination event at the 0.785-mile in Central Iowa. The Casey’s General Stores 150 marks the first of two combination events on the series tours of the season – with the next one at Worldwide Technology Raceway on August 24.

Derek Kraus enters the weekend leading the NASCAR K&N East driver standings by two points over Sam Mayer. Through six starts in the East division, Kraus holds four top five and six top 10 finishes along with two wins.

Over in the west division, having seven starts this year, Kraus has four top five and six top 10 finishes along with three wins. The driver from Wisconsin also leads the west division driver standings by eight points over Hailie Deegan.

Deegan, a rising star from California, enters the Casey’s General Stores 150 with two victories in 2019 – along with five top five and six top 10 finishes.

Chase Cabre, a driver in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East division, enters the night looking to earn his third straight win. Cabre has taken his No. 4 Max Siegel Toyota to victory lane in the last two East events at Memphis and Loudon.

Cabre holds four top five and five top 10 finishes in 2019 and sits third in driver points.

Tanner Gray and Max McLaughlin round out the top five in points.

Jagger Jones, piloting the No. 6 Sunrise Ford in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, sits third in points heading into the combination event. Jones heads into the event holding four top five and six top 10 finishes.

Trevor Huddleston, holding a victory at Irwindale Speedway, and Matt Levin round out the top five in K&N West points.

The Casey’s General Stores 150 will air live on FansChoice.TV at 8:30 p.m. ET. and tape-delay on NBCSN at 7:00 p.m. ET. on July 31.

Brett Winningham

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