[media-credit name=”NASCAR Media” align=”alignright” width=”150″][/media-credit]Antelope, CA – The No. 20 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry team from Bill McAnally Racing next heads to the western slopes of the Oquirrh Mountains to the town of Tooele, Utah. It’s the home of the Miller Motorsports Park which hosts many of the world’s most significant racing series including the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West. This will be the sixth visit for the series to the track. The Utah Grand Prix will be on Saturday April 28th with the West Series teams set to take the green flag at 4:25 pm MT.
“We’ll have a great No. 20 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry for the road course,” said Eric Holmes, driver of the No. 20 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry. “The BMR team back at the shop is on it as far as setting up the road course car. We know from our race last season at Miller, our NAPA Toyota loves to run our front. In fact, we led the most laps of last year’s race. We’ll be prepared for however the caution flags fall this time around.” Last year, the race went to 63 laps (pushing the race an addition 13 laps and more than 28 extra miles from the scheduled distance).
“It’s a difficult track in that it is narrow and tight and there’s not a lot of room to pass. It’s going to be exciting for the fans. They’ll be able to see all of the action. We want to show our race partners, Toyota and NAPA AUTO PARTS that we have the Camry that can win here and give Toyota their first NKPS West victory at Miller.”
Holmes and the No. 20 NAPA team are currently 4th in the chase for the 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West Championship and only 15 points out of the lead.
Bill McAnally Racing and the No. 20 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota team would like to thank NAPA AUTO PARTS, Toyota and the many other great partners and all of the fans for their continued support throughout the season.
The Utah Grand Prix is on Saturday, April 28th. Slated to run with the NKNP West will be The Pirelli World Challenge TC/RCB, the Pirelli Drivers Cup USA, the Cooper Tires Prototype Lites, the IMSA GT3 Cup Challenge, and the Pacific FF2000/FF. Do not miss out on any of the action. For ticket information please visit the track’s website at www.millermotorsportspark.com. The track is located just 35 minutes outside Salt Lake City.
The green flag for the West race will drop at 4:25 pm MT. For more information on the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West, please visit the official series site at www.hometracks.nascar.com/series/kn_pro_series_west.
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