All three Bill McAnally Racing drivers turned in strong performances in the NAPA AUTO PARTS/Toyota 175 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race at Colorado National Speedway on Saturday night.
The trio finished fourth, fifth, and sixth in the tightly contested battle on the 3/8-mile short track just north of Denver.
Derek Kraus, who in qualifying won his third pole of the year and fourth of his career, led early in the race and came away with a fourth-place finish in the No. 16 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota Camry. Series rookie Hailie Deegan finished fifth in the No. 19 Mobil 1 / NAPA Power Premium Plus Toyota Camry, giving her a second straight top-five finish. Finishing sixth was Cole Rouse, who had the No. 99 NAPA Belts & Hoses Toyota Camry in the lead early after starting fourth.
Kraus – a 16-year-old NASCAR Next driver from Stratford, Wisconsin – remains third in the championship standings, 14 points out of the lead. Rouse is just behind him – fourth in the standings, 18 points out of first. Deegan, who was coming off a best finish of fourth in the most recent series event, is second in rookie points and seventh in the overall standings.
Start / Finish: 1 / 4
Points Earned: 41
Points Standing / Total: 3 / 203
Next Race: Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway, June 23
How to Watch or Listen: NBCSN
Based in Roseville, California, Bill McAnally Racing fields multiple teams in the ACRA Menards Series (formally NASCAR K&N Pro Series), including the No. 16 NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota driven by Austin Herzog. The team has amassed a record 106 wins and 11 championships, with six of those titles earned in the last seven years.