Frank Kimmel won the ARCA Series race from Talladega Superspeedway thanks in part to rain. The International Motorsports Hall of Fame 250 was highlighted by two crashes just before halfway and was threaten by weather from the start. It was Kimmel’s second win at Talladega.
Milka Duno started on the pole for the race after teammate John Wes Townley’s car failed a post qualifying inspection. On lap 29 Duno would force Townley into the outside wall while trying to avoid a lapped car. Townley’s...Read Full Story
John Wes Townley qualified tenth for the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Talladega but his time was disallowed after qualifying. Townley’s car failed post qualifying inspection for being too low.
Since Townley was racing for Venturini Motorsports, a team running a limited schedule, he had no owner points to fall back on.
Townley will compete in the Aaron’s 312 after Zaxby’s sponsorship was moved to the No. 10 car which Jeff Green qualified. Green had driven the No. 10 car for seven races...Read Full Story
Jon Wes Townly won the ARCA Series Lucas Oil 200 race at Daytona thanks to a atypical mistake by the team of Bobby Gerhart.
Gerhart set out to win his ninth Daytona ARCA race Saturday night. It appeared that he was set to do that until with less then ten laps to go he ran out of fuel. Jon Wes Townley bumped the back of Gerhart’s No. 5 as Gerhart slowed.
Townley, who won the pole for the event, would go on to win the event finishing ahead of Kyle Larson.
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John Wes Townley will compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next season while driving the Toyota Tundra’s of Red Horse Racing. Townley, 22, drove in the series last season for RAB Racing.
The best finish for Townely last season came at Pocono Raceway when he finished 8th, shortly after he took him self out of the Sprint Cup car of Frank Stoddard’s FAS Lane Racing.
Zaxby’s will serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 7 truck for the full 22-race schedule.
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John Wes Townley was hoping to make his NASCAR comeback in 2012. After sitting out in 2011, he had secured a ride with RAB Racing to drive in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for the full 2012 season. A vast improvement over the 2010 season...
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