Team PEAK Monday - Tune In to Cowboy Madness TONIGHT!
A one-hour special, “Cowboy Madness,” will air on CBS Sports Network tonight, October 19, at 9:00PM ET recapping the Bucking Madness participant’s journey to the BlueDEF Finals in Louisville, Kentucky. Check out how your favorite team did last weekend below.
Joey Logano took the checkered flag 0.491 seconds ahead of Denny Hamlin Sunday at Kansas Speedway. Jimmie Johnson, Kasey Kahne and Kyle Busch rounded out the top five.
David Ragan finished 25th after starting 22nd and struggled with an ill-handling race car for much of the race. Ragan fell two laps behind the leaders just past the halfway point. The No. 55 team made numerous adjustments throughout the day to try and improve the handling but never found the handle after suffering minor front end damage when teammate Clint Bowyer hit the outside wall in Turn 3.
Clint Bowyer finished 40th at his home track, Kansas Speedway, after starting 26th. Bowyer slowly worked his way through the field, moving up to 17th by the midway point. The No. 15 team aided Bowyer’s advancement on pit road with quick pit work. On lap 172, he attempted to catch and pass Jeff Gordon when he lost the air on his Toyota, sending him hard into the wall, ending his day.
The NASCAR teams return to action Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway in Talladega, Alabama.
After qualifying three race cars in the top half and setting a Funny Car track speed record, John Force Racing advanced three race cars to the second round at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas on Sunday. Robert Hight qualified number four and moved up to the ninth spot in the points standing while John Force held onto his sixth spot in the championship in Funny Car. Brittany Force slipped one spot to fourth in the Top Fuel standings.
The NHRA teams have a week off before heading to Las Vegas on October 30 – November 1.
PBR BUILT FORD TOUGH SERIES
PBR World Finals start this Wednesday, October 21st in Las Vegas and run through Sunday, October 25th.
BLUEDEF VELOCITY TOUR
The 2016 BlueDEF Tour season begins Saturday, November 14th in Ontario, California.
DIRT LATE MODEL RACING
Scott Bloomquist made history on Saturday Night at Portsmouth Raceway Park, as he became the first driver to win the Dirt Track World Championship in back-to-back years. Bloomquist took the lead at the start and led all 100 laps for the event-record $100,000 first place prize money.
Jared Landers finished in second, followed by PEAK’s Don O'Neal, R.J. Conley, and Josh Richards rounding out the top five. O’Neal’s third place finished moved him up to four overall in the final 2015 series standings.
The DIRT racing teams start the 2016 season on February 4th in Brunswick, Georgia.
NASCAR PEAK ANTIFREEZE SERIES POWERED BY iRACING
The 2016 NASCAR PEAK Antifreeze Series will resume in February at Daytona International Speedway.