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MOFFITT AND RED LINE OIL WIN IN DOVER Youngest driver in NASCAR Camping World Series history to win an event, lead points and sit on pole finishes 4th in Andy Santerre Motorsports Chevrolet Benicia, Calif. (September 28, 2009) -- Red Line ...

MOFFITT AND RED LINE OIL WIN IN DOVER Youngest driver in NASCAR Camping World Series history to win an event, lead points and sit on pole finishes 4th in Andy Santerre Motorsports Chevrolet

Benicia, Calif. (September 28, 2009) -- Red Line Oil-sponsored NASCAR Camping World East driver Brett Moffitt in the Sunoco 150 season finale at the Dover International Speedway in Delaware, where he qualified third and finished in fourth place with an average speed of 152.74mph. The 17 year old, who drives the number 44 Andy Santerre Motorsports Chevrolet, had a banner year in 2009 and is the youngest driver in series history to win an event, sit on the pole and lead the points standing .

"We're proud to support such a talented young driver," said Cameron Evans of Red Line Oil. "Over the course of this season he has shown incredible talent and patience. We're really proud of his win in the Red Line Oil Monte Carlo and look forward to working with him again next season."

Moffitt began his racing career in 2006, starting in 2006 with karts in 2006 where he quickly moved through the ranks and captured four WKA and two IKF championships championships, as well as the WKA "Triple Crown" and the prestigious "Tulsa Shootout." In 2007 Moffitt won 26 feature races and in 2008 he was named Rookie of the Year in the ASA Late Model North Series after transitioning from dirt to asphalt.

Like many of the top teams in NASCAR, the Andy Santerre Motorsports team runs Red Line 40WT Race Oil in its NASCAR Spec engines, Red Line 75W90 Gear Oil in its transmissions and differentials and Red Line WaterWetter coolant additive for maximum performance and reliability. To learn more about Brett Moffitt and the Andy Santerre Motorsports team, go to BrettMoffitt.com or AndySanterreMotorsports.com. For in-depth race results and Camping World Series information, go to EastSeries.com.

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