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Post by DKurtis on August 9th 2016, 8:49 pm

HNS Drivers (2016)

#14 Mobil 1 Chevy: Jerry Guerra
#39 Aspen Dental Chevy: Justin Roberds


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Post by DKurtis on August 9th 2016, 8:53 pm

Mixed Results Unfold at Daytona, Kurtis Racing Nears Victory

#14 Jerry Guerra
Started: 38th
Finished: 2nd

#39 Justin Roberds
Started: 4th
Finished: 16th

Daytona qualifying had some mixed runs for the new team. Justin Roberds qualified a strong 4th, while Jerry Guerra qualified near the tail end of the field in 38th. As the race started, both cars were running really solid and kept with the pack. A big one near the later stages collected Roberds and it was up to Guerra to take over for the team. The #14 was close to winning the team's first race before a pass by Gallighan rallied them to the runner up position.

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Post by DKurtis on August 9th 2016, 8:57 pm

Roberds Finishes Strong, Guerra Struggles at Savannah

#14 Jerry Guerra
Finished: 17th (R2)

#39 Justin Roberds
Finished: 9th (R1)

Encountering the first short track of the season, both drivers came into the race hoping to keep clean cars and stay out of trouble. It worked. For Roberds, he got himself a top 10 after having to fight his way up there. Guerra on the other hand qualified near the back and remained there, finishing 17th.

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Post by DKurtis on August 9th 2016, 9:04 pm

Kurtis Racing Struggles at Myrtle Beach

#14 Jerry Guerra
Started: 23rd
Finished: 36th

#39 Justin Roberds
Started: 22nd
Finished: 24th

As both drivers encountered Myrtle Beach, they struggled to find speed throughout qualifying. As the race began, Jerry Guerra got in an accident, knocking him out of the race early on. Roberds continued to struggle and finished 24th.

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Post by DKurtis on August 9th 2016, 9:10 pm

Wild Finish at Charlotte Leaves Kurtis Racing with Satisfactory Finishes

#14 Jerry Guerra
Started: 14th
Finished: 3rd

#39 Justin Roberds
Started: 24th
Finished: 17th

Qualifying proved a bit better as Guerra managed to qualify into the top 15, while Roberds qualified in 24th. Both drivers made their way up to the front in the race. But when race leader H.J. Ponder collided with Nick Mace, it set off a huge crash, collected Roberds as well. Guerra avoided the carnage and finished 3rd, while Roberds was relegated down to 17th.

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Post by DKurtis on August 14th 2016, 10:52 am

Kurtis Racing Cars Finish Inside the Top 10 at Kansas

#14 Jerry Guerra
Started: 3rd
Finished: 6th

#39 Justin Roberds
Started: 36th
Finished: 8th

Qualifying proved to have mixed results yet again as Guerra qualified near the front row in 3rd, while Roberds qualified in the rear of the field, which was 36th. The race then happened. Guerra stayed around the top 10 to top 15 range throughout the whole event. Roberds charged his way from the 36th position all the way up to the lead at one point, leading some laps for the team. As the 2nd half of the race commenced, both drivers got collected into some late race incidents. The team quickly repaired the cars and both wound up in the top 10.

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Post by DKurtis on April 7th 2018, 2:33 pm

After Strong 2017 with a Championship, 2018 Brings a Good Start in the HNS

Dylan Schwallenberg came out of the 2017 HNS Season as a champion, and with drivers Jake West and Cory Williams to fill the HNS seats for 2018, they didn't disappoint at Daytona.

West came out as the winner at Daytona, and Williams, who started on pole, finished comfortably in 6th. Both look for a strong season and to potentially win a championship.

#4 Jake West - 1st
#14 Cory Williams - 6th

On the SCS side, Dylan Schwallenberg made the race by transferring in the Duels, but Hernandez wasn't as lucky as he was caught up in an early accident, taking him out of contention.

Schwallenberg would unfortunately finish 32nd after experiencing issues under caution.

#8 Schwallenberg - 32nd
#4 Hernandez - DNQ


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Post by DKurtis on April 7th 2018, 2:37 pm

Rockingham Filled with Mixed Results

Over in the HNS side, Kurtis Racing found a mixture of speed. While Cory Williams would move upwards in the pack, West would drop back further on in the run. Fuel strategy was fundamental and Williams ended up just short. West recovered and got a top 5.

#4 Jake West - 5th
#14 Cory Williams - 13th

On the SCS side, similar to Daytona, Schwallenberg made the race, this time on speed, while Hernandez continued to struggle. Schwallenberg was up to the top 20 at some point, but pit stops relegated him back further down.

#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 29th
#4 Luis Hernandez - DNQ


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Post by DKurtis on April 7th 2018, 2:41 pm

California Brings Solid Results for Kurtis Racing

Over on the HNS side, both West and Williams qualified near the mid pack to top 10 range. As the race progressed, both cars climbed their way upwards to the pack. West dominated a majority of the race and ended up winning. Williams would climb to a top 10 after a lengthy pit stop and traffic.

#4 Jake West - 1st
#14 Cory Williams - 7th

Unfortunately, Dylan Schwallenberg failed to qualify for the race, but Luis Hernandez instead made the race. The #4 looked promising early on, but faded to what was a 28th place finish.

#4 Luis Hernandez - 28th
#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - DNQ

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Post by DKurtis on April 8th 2018, 11:01 am

Vegas Brings in Fast Results for Kurtis Racing

The Hardee's National Series headed down to Las Vegas, in which Cory Williams and Jake West continued to showcase their speed throughout. West remained in the top 10 for a majority of the race, but Cory Williams marched his way forward and took the lead away from Hannah Allen in the 1st stint. Afterwards, he never looked back, and Williams ended up winning the race, with West picking up a 5th place finish after pit stops.

#14 Cory Williams - 1st
#4 Jake West - 5th

SCS brings little luck for Kurtis Racing at Baerfield

Going into Baerfield, both cars had a solid shot at making the main event, but both would end up just short despite avoid the vast amounts of chaos throughout their individual heats. Even so, they still got points nonetheless, helping them in owner's points.

#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 14th (in Heat 2), awarded 25th place points
#4 Luis Hernandez - 16th (in Heat 1), awarded 31st place points

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