Category Archives: Mountain Dew National Series

Leinen To The Top

Mitch Leinen takes over the championship points lead after winning this weeks OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Jason Willet finished 2nd followed by Keith Haney in 3rd. Brian Young is 2nd in the points, just 4 back. Lowell Jewell falls to 3rd after finishing last in the race due to connection problems.

Leinen Wins Bristol

Leinen Wins Bristol

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series ran it’s 8th race of the season at Richmond International Raceway last night and Mitch Leinen once again takes the win. Matt Hoose made a surprise visit to the series and finished 2nd followed by Brad Spidle in 3rd. Lowell Jewell holds onto the point lead with a 5th place finish. Keith Haney is 2nd followed by Spidle, Leinen and Brian Young. Only 18 points separate the top 5 with 2 races remaining in the season.

Leinen Wins Richmond

Leinen Wins Richmond

Next week both series’ race at Lanier National Speedway. The Mountain Dew National Series will also be at Lanier for it’s 3rd and final test heading into it’s opening round on April 26th.


Leinen Takes Two

Mitch Leinen has once again swept the night at BRL!

The OnPitRoad.com Crooked Still Legends Series kicked off the night at Daytona. Daytona? Yes. The “short road course” configuration. And did it ever seem long… Leinen started on pole and led all of the 30 laps while the rest of us went sight seeing in different areas of the speedway! Christopher Hensley and Dylan Roe finished 2nd and 3rd. The Championship point standings have tightened up this week; Lowell Jewell still holds the top spot but is now tied with Brian Young. Two points back in 3rd is Leinen. Next week the series visits Bristol Motor Speedway, where it’s harder to get lost….

Leinen Wins Daytona

Leinen Wins Daytona

Daytona Nightlife

Daytona Nightlife

The Whiskey Run Street Stock Series was back to full throttle at South Boston Speedway this week. The finishing order from Concord was inverted to set the grid and Ricky Brinkman started on pole. Five lead changes among 3 drivers and 3 cautions later, Leinen takes the win. Brian Neff and Ricky Brinkman finished 2nd and 3rd. Fifteen points separate the top 4 in the Championship Standings. Lowell Jewell remains in the lead followed by Keith Haney and Brad Spidle. The series heads to Richmond International Raceway next weekend!

Whiskey Grid

Whiskey Grid

Leinen Wins

Leinen Wins

Oh, and there was a test race earlier in the evening for the upcoming Mountain Dew National Series. Care to guess who won? Yep, Mitch Leinen…. 🙂

Mountain Dew National Testing

Mountain Dew National Testing