Casey's General Store 150

The Casey's General Store 150 is a NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and NASCAR K&N Pro Series West combined race held annually at Iowa Speedway. From 2007 to 2010, it was a 175-mile (282 km) race. In 2010, it was a 153.1-mile (246.4 km) race. Since 2012, it is reduced to 131.2 miles (211.1 km).

Casey's General Store 150
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NASCAR K&N Pro Series East
VenueIowa Speedway
LocationNewton, Iowa
United States
Corporate sponsorCasey's General Stores
First race2007
Last race2019
Distance131.2 miles (211.145 km)
Laps150
Previous namesFeatherlite Coaches 200 (2007)
U.S. Cellular 200 presented by Wellmark (2008)
Long John Silvers 200 (2009)
Goodyear Dealers of Iowa 200 (2010)
Pork Be Inspired 175 presented by Wellmark (2011)
Graham Tire 150 (2012)
Casey's General Store 150 (2013-present)
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Former second races
Central IA Building & Construction Trades 125 (2009)
Pork Be Inspired 150 (2012–2013)
AutoLite Iridium XP 150 (2014)
#ThanksKenny 150 (2015)
Circuit information
SurfaceAsphalt
Length0.875 mi (1.408 km)
Turns4

From 2007 through 2016 there were two different winners in the race (one in the East and the other in the West). The overall winner received the win in the series that the driver was eligible for points while the best placed driver from the other series also received the win (in the other series). Starting at 2017, the overall winner receives two separate wins (one in the East and the other in the West).

Starting in 2011 the race became a support race for the NASCAR Xfinity Series weekend.

Past winnersEdit

Year Date No. Driver Team Manufacturer Race Distance Race time Average speed
(mph)
Laps Miles
Main race
2007 May 20 10 Joey Logano
(Kevin Harvick - West)[a]
Joe Gibbs Racing Chevrolet 200 175 (281.635) 2:10:08 80.686
2008 May 18 15 Brian Ickler
(Jim Inglebright - West)[b]
Ickler Motorsports Chevrolet (2) 200 175 (281.635) 2:03:13 85.216
2009 May 17 18 Kyle Busch
(David Mayhew - West)[c]
Joe Gibbs Racing (2) Toyota 200 175 (281.635) 1:44:10 100.008
September 4 17 David Mayhew Steve McGowan Motorsports Chevrolet (3) 125 109.4 (176.062) 1:09:04 95.017
2010 May 23 18 Max Gresham
(David Mayhew - West)[d]
Joe Gibbs Racing (3) Toyota (2) 201* 176 (283.245) 2:08:58 81.823
Support race for NASCAR Xfinity Series
2011 May 21 00 Brett Moffitt
(Greg Pursley - West)[e]
Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota (3) 175 153.1 (246.390) 1:49:08 84.186
2012 May 19 9 Chase Elliott
(Dylan Kwasniewski - West)[f]
JR Motorsports Chevrolet (4) 154* 135 (217.261) 1:43:18 78.267
August 3 07 Corey LaJoie
(Michael Self - West)[g]
Randy LaJoie Racing Ford 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:28:36 88.883
2013 June 7 21 Michael Self
(Dylan Kwasniewski - East)[h]
Steve Portenga Racing Chevrolet (5) 159* 139 (223.699) 2:11:25 63.519
August 2 00 Cole Custer
(Greg Pursley - West)[i]
Ken Schrader Racing Chevrolet (6) 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:33:37 84.012
2014 May 17 41 Ben Rhodes
(David Mayhew - West)[j]
Turner Scott Motorsports Chevrolet (7) 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:24:25 93.287
August 1 33 Brandon Jones
(Greg Pursley - West)
Turner Scott Motorsports (2) Chevrolet (8) 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:27:56 89.556
2015 May 16 16 Brandon McReynolds
(William Byron - East)[k]
Bill McAnally Racing Toyota (4) 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:33:27 132.592
July 31 16 Brandon McReynolds (2)
(Jesse Little - East)[l]
Bill McAnally Racing (2) Toyota (5) 150 131.2 (211.145) 1:27:27 90.051
2016 July 29 16 Todd Gilliland
(Kyle Benjamin - East)[m]
Bill McAnally Racing (3) Toyota (6) 150 131.2 (211.245) 1:20:07 98.505
2017 July 28 16 Todd Gilliland (2)
(Both)[n]
Bill McAnally Racing (4) Toyota (7) 150 131.2 (211.245) 1:27:40 89.829
2018 July 27 17 Tyler Ankrum
(Both)[1]
DGR-Crosley Toyota (8) 150 131.2 (211.245) 1:31:37 85.956
2019 July 26 21 Sam Mayer
(Both)[2]
GMS Racing Chevrolet (9) 150 131.2 (211.245) 1:28:54 88.583
  NASCAR K&N Pro Series West standalone race
Notes
  1. ^ Joey Logano won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Kevin Harvick, who finished 2nd, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  2. ^ Brian Ickler won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Jim Inglebright, who finished 9th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  3. ^ Kyle Busch won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. David Mayhew who finished 3rd, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  4. ^ Max Gresham won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. David Mayhew, who finished 5th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  5. ^ Brett Moffitt won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Greg Pursley, who finished 4th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  6. ^ Chase Elliott won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Dylan Kwasniewski, who finished 8th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  7. ^ Corey LaJoie won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Michael Self, who finished 9th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  8. ^ Michael Self won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series West. Dylan Kwasniewski, who finished 2nd, was the first K&N Pro Series East driver and was credited with the win in the East.
  9. ^ Cole Custer won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. Greg Pursley, who finished 4th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  10. ^ Ben Rhodes won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series East. David Mayhew, who finished 9th, was the first K&N Pro Series West driver and was credited with the win in the West.
  11. ^ Brandon McReynolds won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series West. William Byron, who finished 2nd, was the first K&N Pro Series East driver and was credited with the win in the East.
  12. ^ Brandon McReynolds won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series West. Jesse Little, who finished 2nd, was the first K&N Pro Series East driver and was credited with the win in the East.
  13. ^ Todd Gilliland won the race competing in the K&N Pro Series West. Kyle Benjamin, who finished 2nd, was the first K&N Pro Series East driver and was credited with the win in the East.
  14. ^ Starting in 2017, the overall winner is credited with two separated wins (one in the East and the other in the West).

Support race winners (Pre 2011)Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Jacobs, Jaxson. "Tyler Ankrum Continues Dominance at Iowa". NASCAR Home Tracks. Retrieved 26 May 2019.
  2. ^ Segal, Davey. "Sam Mayer Dominates Iowa, Earns Second Career K&N Victory". NASCAR Home Tracks. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
  3. ^ Iowa Speedway event history from The Third Turn
  4. ^ Iowa Speedway event history from The Third Turn
  5. ^ Iowa Speedway event history from The Third Turn

External linksEdit

http://hometracks.nascar.com/tracks/Iowa