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Post by DKurtis on July 30th 2018, 7:08 pm

Charlotte and Indy prove to showcase solid results in both sides of the series

Charlotte proved to be a successful weekend for Cory Williams and Jake West, both cars would finish within the top 10, with West ending up just short of another win.

Indy was an obstacle for both drivers. Schwallenberg would survive and get a top 15, but Hernandez would wreck out early.

HNS @ Charlotte:

#4 Jake West - 2nd
#14 Cory Williams - 10th

SCS @ Indy:

#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 14th
#4 Luis Hernandez - 38th

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Post by DKurtis on August 13th 2018, 8:14 pm

Iowa brings progress for Kurtis Racing

Jake West continued to showcase muscle, and he ended up snatching victory from points rival TJ Martin. Williams would struggle on the restarts and finish outside the top 10.

#4 Jake West - 1st
#14 Cory Williams - 15th

Luis Hernandez struggled to make the race, and Schwallenberg qualified near the back. As the race went on, the #8 drove his way up the field methodically, even passing some big name veterans on the circuit. The youngster would get a 4th place finish, also giving him a "Rookie of the Race" point.

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

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Post by DKurtis on August 28th 2018, 11:42 am

Michigan and Road America bring hurdles for Kurtis Racing in the Sony Cup Series, Hardee's Michigan race gives KR a punch

Michigan proved to be a chaotic race for a lot of drivers, and for the likes of Hernandez and Schwallenberg, they had to experience the chaos themselves. Hernandez would wreck out early in the race, finishing a horrid 42nd for the team. Schwallenberg would finish the race 18th, earning a "Rookie of the Race" point. On the HNS side, Jake West would wreck out early, finishing a dismal 42nd, dropping him out of the points lead. Cory Williams would struggle throughout the race, and would finish 15th.

HNS:
#14 Cory Williams - 15th
#4 Jake West - 42nd

SCS:
#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 18th
#4 Luis Hernandez - 42nd

Road America proved to showcase the lack of speed the KR gang had, as they didn't fare too well in qualifying. A massive contrast to the HNS program, they would remain near the back of the pack. Hernandez finishing a solid 27th, while Schwallenberg would finish 31st.

#4 Luis Hernandez - 27th
#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 31st

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 11:09 am

Kurtis Racing continues to remain strong in the HNS as West closes in on Martin

Kentucky proved to give Jake West a challenge. Due to a bad qualifying lap, West ended up starting near the rear. However, the #4 team didn't give up and marched their way through the field and would prove to be one of the cars to beat in the race. West would lead a bunch of laps before a late race caution came. When beaten on pit road, West got aggressive on the restart and would march his way into the lead and went on to win the race! Williams would finish a quiet 8th in the race after remaining there throughout a majority of the event.

#4 Jake West - 1st
#14 Cory Williams - 8th

New Hampshire also proved to give West a challenge. The driver started 21st on the grid and he again would have to march his way up into the field. Williams started near the front and had a great car in the latter half of the race. West would end up just short of the win, while Williams would finish 4th, a great effort for the team overall with both cars finishing inside the top 5.

#4 Jake West - 2nd
#14 Cory Williams - 4th

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 11:13 am

Kurtis Racing struggles at Darlington, but still optimistic about the future

Darlington is notorious for being known as "The Lady in Black" and both drivers experienced that in some manner. Schwallenberg struggled throughout the race and smacked the turn 2 wall. The damage itself led to the #8 having some issues, and he would drop out of the race with a 40th place finish. Hernandez kept his nose clean, and despite not having as much pace as many other drivers in the field, the youngster would finish in the 24th position.

#4 Luis Hernandez - 24th
#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 40th

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Post by DKurtis on September 11th 2018, 11:19 am

New Hampshire showcases a solid amount of improvement, testing for 2019 kicks in

New Hampshire proved to start out chaotic, as a rained out qualifying session put both cars into the show, with Schwallenberg starting near the midpack range, and Hernandez in the back. The race went to green, and both cars were comfortable inside the top 30. However, once cautions flew, they didn't stop for a good amount. Both cars received damage, but were comfortably running inside the top 20 until Hernandez was plagued with mechanical issues. Schwalleberg would finish the race in 18th, while Hernandez would finish a disappointing 28th. Schwallenberg earned another "Rookie of the Race" point, meaning that he is a mere point in tying Caleb Hoffman for Rookie of the Year.

#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 18th
#4 Luis Hernandez - 28th

Testing came into the new developed Chevrolet Camaro SS for 2019. With a new body, KR went and tested, and the times proved to be relatively faster than anticipated, with some being up to par with their Chevy competitor, Mace Enterprises. Things are looking solid for 2019, and with KR inheriting the Athenian assets, it looks to be a massive improvement and a confidence booster for both drivers and the team for 2019.

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Post by DKurtis on September 22nd 2018, 11:44 pm

Vegas proves to be challenging for Kurtis Racing, Williams earns victory at Mexico City

Las Vegas proved to be a hurdle for the Kurtis Racing stable, as they would run in the lower midfield throughout the race. Both cars struggled in race pace, but would salvage the cars in one piece.

#4 Luis Hernandez - 27th
#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 31st

In Mexico City, Cory Williams showcased his strength at the track by qualifying well, and he and Blaze McKinney would battle it out throughout the race until strategy came into play. Williams would obtain the lead and would not turn back as the #14 took victory for the second time in 2018. For Jake West, he qualified mid pack, but would avoid the carnage and drive his way up to a 6th place finish. As a result, he tied with TJ Martin for the points lead.

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

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Post by DKurtis on September 24th 2018, 10:01 pm

Rocky roads make Kurtis Racing ache

When the drivers arrived to the hot track of Phoenix International Raceway, they were all set in for a challenge.

A strong effort by both West and Williams in qualifying gave the two a grand opportunity at obtaining victory, but as the race went on, the luck for the two didn't come into fruition. After a caution came out, West got hit by Jake Rogers in the pits, giving the #4 massive left side damage, hindering the aerodynamics of West's Chevy. Cory Williams showcased a lot of speed, but a tire issue would plague the Mexico City winner and his shot of 2 race wins in a row were shot down the drain. West would finish 10th, while Williams would finish a dismal 32nd. Despite this, Jake West inherited the points lead away after points rival TJ Martin experienced mechanical issues on his #71 Ford Mustang.

#4 Jake West - 10th
#14 Cory Williams - 32nd

In Sony Cup, both drivers made the show, but the speed seemed to be lacking. Hernandez would struggle throughout the early stint of the race, and would get spun out and receive damage, knocking him out early. Dylan Schwallenberg would idle around the lower mid pack area of the field, finishing 27th. Hernandez would finish 40th.

#8 Dylan Schwallenberg - 27th
#4 Luis Hernandez - 40th

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