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Turner Scott Motorsports NKNPSE Previews: Greenville Pickens Speedway
Posted by: newsla on Mar 20, 2013 - 06:01 PM
Turner Scott Motorsports NKNPSE Previews: Greenville Pickens Speedway
Great Start...Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) had a strong showing at Bristol Motor Speedway, their first points race in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East (NKNPSE). TSM had five entries for the DRIVE4COPD 125 with talented up-and-coming drivers piloting each one. It was Dylan Kwasniewski, reigning NASCAR K&N Pro Series West (NKNPSW) Champion, in the No. 98 Royal Purple/Rockstar Energy Drink Chevrolet that dominated the 125-lap event en route to his and the team's first series victory . Ben Rhodes brought the No. 41 Alpha Energy Solutions home just inside the top 10 in ninth, while Kenzie Ruston finished 11th, Austin Dyne in 23rd and Brandon Jones in 31st, respectively.


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Looking Ahead...At Greenville Pickens Speedway (Greenville) this Saturday, Turner Scott Motorsports will have Austin Dyne, Dylan Kwasniewski and Kenzie Ruston behind the wheel of their cars. Dyne, Kwasniewski and Ruston will be competing full time in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East while Ben Rhodes and Brandon Jones will return to the NKNPSE with TSM at Richmond International Raceway on April 25th.

Tune In...Dylan Kwasniewski will be a featured guest on Thursday's edition of NASCAR Now on ESPN, airing on ESPN2 at 9:00 pm PDT (12:00 am EDT). Last week's DRIVE4COPD 125 from Bistol Motor Speedway can be seen on SPEED Channel next Thursday, March 28, at 3pm EDT. The Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 150 at Greenville will be tape delayed until April 11th at 3pm EDT on SPEED.

Austin Dyne...Dyne, who is competing in his first season in the NKNPSE, will visit Greenville for the first time this weekend in his No. 99 KMC Wheels machine. In the last race at Bristol, Dyne started the DRIVE4COPD 125-lap event in the 26th starting position and spent most of the race working his way up through the field. Unfortunately in the closing laps of the race, Dyne came into contact with another competitor while running in the 11th position. With a damaged car and little time to make up the spots he lost, Dyne finished in 23rd.

"I'm excited to make my first start at Greenville. I hear a lot of great things about the track, and I look forward to continuing to gel as a team. We had some bad luck last weekend, but I feel we were able to learn a lot that will benefit us in the long run."

Dylan Kwasniewski...Although this is Kwasniewski's first year racing full-time in the NKNPSE, he did make three starts in the series last season, one of which was at Greenville. In that race, Kwasniewski started in the 29th position and worked his way to a solid seventh-place finish.In his first points race for TSM, Kwasniewski led a race-high 96 laps en route to the season-opening victory at Bristol Motor Speedway last weekend. This win gives Kwasniewski and TSM their first NKNPSE victory.

"I couldn't have asked for a better way to start the season off than with a win. Everyone at Turner Scott Motorsports worked really hard over the winter to give us all great equiptment, and it really showed. I can't wait to continue to ride this wave of momentum and hopefully we can make it two in a row for Rockstar Energy Drink, Royal Purple and the entire Turner Scott Motorsports organization."

Kenzie Ruston...Like Dyne, Ruston will also be making her first start at the .5-mile oval in Greenville, S.C with the No. 34 AccuDoc Solutions team. In her series debut at Bristol, Ruston was forced to start deep in the pack after a conservative qualifying effort relegated her to a 29th-place starting spot. Carefully navigating her way through the field in a loose race car, Ruston had a successful race as she passed 18 cars on her way to an 11th-place finish.

"We had a very solid race at Bristol, to pick up 18 positions and bring home an 11th place finish. I'm looking forward to getting to Greenville this coming weekend. I feel the track suits my racing style and I can be a little more aggressive. We're going into the weekend with a goal to hopefully be in contention for a solid top five at the end of the 150 laps."

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