Friday, September 22, 2023

Connor Mosack Conquers Kansas Speedway, Sioux Chief Fast Track 150 For First Career Win

Connor Mosack Kansas Speedway
Connor Mosack finally pulls it off for his first career win at Kansas Speedway. PC: FOX Sports 1 Broadcast

It was a chaotic race in the heartland at Kansas Speedway for the ARCA Menards Series, but as the dust settled, it was the Connor Mosack taking his first career win in the Sioux Chief Fast Track 150.

Mosack was a contender from the start and made a great power move on the high side early to take the lead on lap three, and he led 63 laps on the day.

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“We’ve worked really hard all year, had some bad luck, Made plenty of mistakes, and this one came together for us…I feel like we earned that one,” the Charlotte native said post-race.

“We just went to work with getting the balance where it needed to be…We were pretty free in practice, but Matt (Ross) made a great change at the halfway break, and this thing was pretty dialed in,” he added.

Mosack wasn’t the only one happy after the race, as the top seven either matched or earned their career best in the ARCA Menards Series.

Rookie Carson Kvapil fought hard all race long and came home second in his first career ARCA Menards Series start after just one prior start in the ARCA Menards East Series.

“You drive a race car the same. Minor differences here and there, but a track this big is. It’s something I’ve never been on. Practice today was quite an eye-opener,” he said after his runner-up finish.

Toni Breidinger came home third. Lavar Scott and Jake Finch rounded out the top five.

Christian Rose (sixth) and Scott Melton (seventh) were the other two top-seven finishers, who scored their career-best finishes on Friday evening.

Official Results from the Sioux Chief 150 at Kansas Speedway


FinStNo.DriverTeamLapsDiffStatusBest Lap
1418Connor MosackJoe Gibbs Racing
Mobil 1
Toyota
100--Running31.427
2328Carson KvapilPinnacle Racing Group
Chevrolet Performance
Chevrolet
1003.202Running31.863
31255Toni BreidingerVenturini Motorsports
Raising Canes
Toyota
991 lapRunning32.793
466Lavar ScottRev Racing
Max Siegel Inc.
Chevrolet
991 lapRunning31.980
5815Jake FinchVenturini Motorsports
Phoenix Construction
Toyota
991 lapRunning32.392
6932Christian RoseAM Racing
West Virginia Department of Tourism
Ford
991 lapRunning32.285
71569Scott MeltonKimmel Racing
Melton McFadden Insurance
Toyota
982 lapsRunning32.833
8225Dean ThompsonVenturini Motorsports
MCM Transportation
Toyota
982 lapsRunning31.747
91374Mandy ChickChick Motorsports
Dynamic Drivelines
Chevrolet
982 lapsRunning32.606
101173Andy JankowiakKLAS Motorsports
Whelen
Toyota
973 lapsRunning32.632
111072Cody CoughlinCody Coughlin Racing
JEGS
Ford
955 lapsOut32.434
121666Jon GarrettVeer Motorsports
Fort Worth Screen Printing
Chevrolet
955 lapsRunning33.404
131903Alex ClubbClubb Racing, Inc.
Ford
8614 lapsRunning36.590
142048Brad SmithSmith Brothers Motorsports
Copraya.com
Chevrolet
8614 lapsRunning36.634
151412Ryan HuffFast Track Racing
Southeastern Services
Ford
8614 lapsRunning32.761
162106Kevin HinckleWayne Peterson Racing
TBA
5743 lapsOut35.822
1752Andres Perez de LaraRev Racing
Max Siegel Inc.
Chevrolet
5743 lapsOut32.031
18730Frankie MunizRette Jones Racing
Ford
4852 lapsOut32.672
19120Jesse LoveVenturini Motorsports
JBL
Toyota
2476 lapsOut31.632
201711Matt KempFast Track Racing
Toyota
1090 lapsOut33.937
211810Tim MonroeFast Track Racing
Ford
496 lapsOut34.801

While several drivers were all smiles after the checkered flag flew, others were not as happy with their day.

All top three in the points standings faced issues. Both Jesse Love and rookie Frankie Muniz were hit with blown right front tires that ended their days early. Love finished 19th, while Muniz ended 18th on the night.

Not much farther ahead on the results page was Andres Perez de Lara slapped the wall early and got busted with a speeding penalty. He ended up 17th.

Other drivers who had issues on the night were Andy Jankowiak after he couldn’t get the car to refire off the race break. Dean Thompson, who had to pit late in the race, and Cody Coughlin, after he ran out of fuel with seven laps to go.

Even after all the issues, Love managed to gain points, now 127 ahead of second place. And after coming home quietly in sixth place, Christian Rose has worked his way past Muniz for third in points.

Up next for the ARCA Menards Series, they hit the high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway for the Bush’s Beans 200. You can catch the race live on Thursday at 6 p.m. ET on FS1 and FloRacing.

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