September 28, 2012

Darrell Wallace Jr. claims pole for “American Real TV 150″ NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race

Qualifying for the Sept. 28 “American Real TV 150″ NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race has wrapped up, and a familiar face to this event at the Monster Mile finds himself sitting on the pole yet again.

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Running a lap of 154.301 mph (23.331 seconds), Darrell Wallace Jr. claimed his second straight pole in the Dover International Speedway fall NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race. He won last year’s race and with this pole becomes the only driver in K&N history at Dover to claim the first starting position more than once.

Corey LaJoie came in just a hair behind Wallace Jr., running at 154.215 mph (23.344 seconds), followed by Jorge Arteaga, 153.289 mph, two-time Dover winner and series points leader Brett Moffitt, 153.009 mph, and Sergio Pena, 152.944 mph.

The green flag for the Sept. 28 “American Real TV 150″ NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at the Monster Mile drops at 4:45 p.m.



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