NASCAR GRAND NATIONAL DIVISION, WEST SERIES POST-RACE NOTES - ROSEBURG NAPA 200 Presented by NAPA Belts & Hose * Three wins for Duncan . Mike Duncan (No. 9 Lucas Oil/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet) became the first three-time winner this season...
NASCAR GRAND NATIONAL DIVISION, WEST SERIES POST-RACE NOTES - ROSEBURG
NAPA 200 Presented by NAPA Belts & Hose
* Three wins for Duncan . Mike Duncan (No. 9 Lucas Oil/Ron's Rear Ends Chevrolet) became the first three-time winner this season in the NASCAR Grand National Division, West Series with his victory at the NAPA 200 presented by NAPA Belts & Hose at Douglas County Speedway in Roseburg, Ore., on Saturday, Sept. 17. It marked his sixth career series victory.
* Duncan gets fifth Bud Pole . Duncan also won the Bud Pole Award at Roseburg, turning a lap of 117.555 in qualifying. It was his fifth Bud Pole of the season and the 14th of his career - which puts him 10th on the list of Career Bud Pole Winners in the modern era of the series, just behind his crew chief Bill Sedgwick.
* Lynch continues streak . With a second-place finish at Roseburg, Scott Lynch (No. 08 Mr. Gas Dodge) extended his streak of consecutive top-five finishes to nine. In addition, he has 12 straight top-10 finishes, extending back to October of last year.
* Point lead trimmed . Duncan trimmed 15 points from the lead Lynch holds in the championship standings. Lynch leads Duncan by 33 points with two races remaining on the series schedule.
* Changes in top 10 standings . Top-10 finishes at Roseburg by two drivers helped them each gain a spot in the top 10 of the championship standings. With a sixth-place finish, Scott Gaylord (No. 00 Oliver Gravity Separators/Denver Seminary Chevrolet) moved to eighth in the point standings. Daryl Harr (No. 71 WestWorld Computers Chevrolet) finished 10th and subsequently moved up a notch to ninth in the standings.
* Another POWERade Power Move . Tim Woods III (No. 54 Chino Hills Ford Ford) charged from 12th on the grid to finish fifth at Roseburg, notching his third POWERade Power Move of the Race Award for the season. At each Grand National Division event, POWERade presents the award to the driver who advances the most positions.
* Featherlite Most Improved . Andrew Myers (No. 44 Toyota of Escondido Chevrolet) won the Featherlite Most Improved Driver Award at Roseburg. Myers bounced back from a 21st-place finish at Fontana to finish seventh at Roseburg. Featherlite presents the award at each event to the driver who improves the most finishing positions from the previous event.
* Coverage on SPEED . Viewers across the nation can catch the exciting action from the Roseburg race on SPEED Channel. The race is slated to air at 4:30 p.m. ET on Oct. 28.