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Gilliland Scores Podium Finishes in Both Twin 100s at South Boston


Todd Gilliland moved to second in the championship standings after scoring podium finishes in both Twin 100s that comprised a NASCAR K&N Pro Series East doubleheader at Virginia’s historic South Boston Speedway on Saturday.

The 16-year-old from Sherrills Ford, North Carolina drove the Bill McAnally Racing No. 16 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry to a third-place finish in the first race and capped that off with a runner-up finish in the second event.




“My NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry was on a rail tonight,” said Gilliland, a member of the NASCAR Next program that spotlights NASCAR’s rising stars. “It was probably one of the best cars I’ve ever had.”

Gilliland, who started both races from fifth on the grid, had to charge through the field in the first race – after getting a flat tire in a multi-car incident and restarting at the back of the field just past the midway point of the race.



In the second race, Gilliland worked his way to the front and took the lead just after a Lap 81 restart. He got shuffled back to second on a subsequent restart in the closing laps when the second-place car was penalized by NASCAR for a restart violation opening the door for eventual winner, Harrison Burton to battle Todd for the win.


Race 1

Start / Finish: 5 / 3
Points Earned: 41
Points Standing / Total: 2 / 154


Race 2

Start / Finish: 5 / 2
Points Earned: 43
Points Standing / Total: 2 / 197


Next Race: Memphis Int’l Raceway, Millington Tenn., June 3
How to Watch or Listen: NBCSN



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Bill McAnally Racing (BMR) holds the ARCA Menards Series West (AMSW) record with 11 championships and eclipsed the 100-win mark in 2022. The team has piled on six titles in the last eight seasons with four different drivers since 2015. Loomis, California, native Jack Wood takes control of the No. 16 NAPA Auto Care Chevrolet for the 12-race campaign in 2024 and looks to add another title trophy to the BMR archive in his first full-time AMSW campaign.

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