Joey Logano continued his hot start to 2015 with yet another top-10 finish, and was joined in the top-10 by his teammate, Brad Keselowski.
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While the field was under red flag, Mike Wallace runs into the back of pole sitter Austin Dillon.
Former Wild Thing Kart Champion Kyle Startz Joins 2015 SK Light R.A.D. Automachine / T/A Engines Rookie Class at Stafford Speedway
(Stafford Springs, CT)—As time continues to count down to the first green flag of the 2015 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series season at Stafford Motor Speedway, the track’s SK Light rookie class continues to grow. Oakdale native Kyle Startz is the latest rookie to join the class of drivers who will be chasing a record $1,000 bonus from R.A.D. Automachine and T/A Engines. Startz is also the latest driver to move from the Wild Thing Kart ranks into one of Stafford’s five weekly divisions. There are currently over 20 drivers who raced on Monday nights at Stafford in the Wild Thing Karts on the 2015 driver roster and Startz was the 2008 Champ Kart Champion in the Wild Thing Karts. Startz also won the 2009 New England Champ Kart Series championship and he has won Rookie of the Year honors across all his divisions of go kart racing. After taking some time off from racing, Startz is ready to embark on a new challenge in his racing career.