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Justin Lofton wins Keystone Light Pole Award
Lofton takes top spot in second race of 2014 season
Keselowski saves it after contact with Lofton
Brad Keselowski saves it after contact with Justin Lofton on the front stretch.
Wrong place, wrong time for Lofton
Justin Lofton clips the No. 07 of Caleb Roark who has a tire going down and the No. 6 is taken to the garage on the hook.
Lofton gets airborne after contact with Paludo
Justin Lofton is sent spinning on the frontstretch and gets airborne after a hard hit from Johnny Sauter.
Final Laps: Lofton wins the lottery
Justin Lofton conserves enough fuel to hold off Brad Keselowski for his first CWTS victory.
Victory Lane: Justin Lofton
Lofton celebrates his first career CWTS victory after the North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
Lofton , Pistone top Friday's Truck practices
Lofton -- filling in for Gaulding -- scored the fastest speed in the second session
Runner-up finish aids Lofton's lofty goals
Driver hopes for another full-time shot in Camping World Truck Series
Lofton joins Germain Racing lineup for 2011
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Second-year driver excited to work with defending Truck Series champ Bodine
No. 22 car fails post-race inspection at Bristol
BRISTOL, Tenn. -- The No. 22 Team Penske Ford of driver Ryan Blaney failed post-race technical inspection following Saturday's Fitzgerald Glider Kits 300 NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Bristol Motor Speedway. The car measured too low in the left front, according to a NASCAR spokesperson. Any penalties arising from the failure will likely be determined and announced Tuesday. Blaney led four times for 61 laps. As a full-time competitor in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, Blaney is not awarded points for his results in the XFINITY Series, however the No. 22 team is competing for the owner's title. MORE: Saturday's race results The race winning entry of Erik Jones (Joe Gibbs Racing) passed post-race at-track inspection, as did the entries of Daniel Hemric (Richard Childress Racing) and Justin Allgaier (JR Motorsports). The Hemric and Allgaier entries finished highest among those competing for the XFINITY Series Dash 4 Cash bonus and will be taken back to the NASCAR Research & Development Center in Concord, North Carolina for further evaluation.