In only his second appearance this year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West
Canadian driver Andrew Ranger, driving the No. 53 Waste Management Bagster Dodge, came from last place on the grid to win the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West race, the feature event of the seventh annual iON Camera Utah Grand Prix at Miller Motorsports Park.
Ranger, a two-time championship winner in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series, took the victory in only his second appearance this year in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.
The afternoon’s qualifying session was rained out, forcing the field to be gridded by championship point standings. As a result, despite having been fourth in practice, Ranger started last on the grid. He quickly mounted a charge through the field and, even after making an early pit stop for fuel on Lap 16, was up to fifth within a couple of laps.