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Austin Wayne Self Motors towards the Monster Mile

This weekend Austin Wayne Self and the 77 team will attempt to conquer the Monster Mile at Dover International Speedway! The Drive Sober 150 KN East race takes the green flag on Saturday at 4:45 pm ET. The race will be televised Sunday October 13th on Fox Sports 1. Dover winning crew chief Chad Bryant optimistically focuses the team’s efforts towards a track he has previously stolen a win at in the NASCAR Nationwide series. This confidence and experience will serve as a valuable asset for AWS as he races the one mile concrete surface in Dover, Delaware. “I have been told racing Dover, going into the turns is like dropping 3 stories! I have heard a lot about the track and am really looking forward to racing it for my first time!” -AWS This enthusiasm and ambition towards racing is what motivates the 77 AMTS Cunningham Racing Dodge.

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Twitter @AustinWSelf and on Facebook.com/AustinWSelf for updates all weekend long!

Austin Wayne Self Motors towards the Monster Mile

This weekend Austin Wayne Self and the 77 team will attempt to conquer the Monster Mile at Dover International Speedway! The Drive Sober 150 KN East race takes the green flag on Saturday at 4:45 pm ET. The race will be televised Sunday October 13th on Fox Sports 1. Dover winning crew chief Chad Bryant optimistically focuses the team’s efforts towards a track he has previously stolen a win at in the NASCAR Nationwide series. This confidence and experience will serve as a valuable asset for AWS as he races the one mile concrete surface in Dover, Delaware. “I have been told racing Dover, going into the turns is like dropping 3 stories! I have heard a lot about the track and am really looking forward to racing it for my first time!” -AWS This enthusiasm and ambition towards racing is what motivates the 77 AMTS Cunningham Racing Dodge.

Follow Austin Wayne Self on Twitter @AustinWSelf and on Facebook.com/AustinWSelf for updates all weekend long!

Seat Time at the Magic Mile

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, also known as the Magic Mile provided an incredible learning experience on the road to victory for Austin Wayne Self. This 1.058 mile track with mild banking was approached with confidence and fines by the 77 AMTS Cunningham Dodge team. “It’s a really cool track. Passing was a challenge but a good one, I’m still learning and bettering myself with each race.” -AWS

In qualifying the the team placed p16. Unfortunately after discovering a mechanical error and correcting the issue was forced to start from the back. Throughout the race the 77 team aggressively adjusted the car to better performance. Austin Wayne Self worked his way from the back of the pack all the way up to p9! To our dismay on the final laps of the race Austin and the 77 team were met with aggressive driving and took a hard hit. Austin took the results with stride and the 77 team focused on the experience gained from this racing opportunity. When all is said and done this track provided for incredible racing and Austin Wayne Self tackled the challenge!

For updates photos and videos checkout Facebook.com/AustinWayneSelf and Twitter.com/AustinWSelf

Seat Time at the Magic Mile

New Hampshire Motor Speedway, also known as the Magic Mile provided an incredible learning experience on the road to victory for Austin Wayne Self. This 1.058 mile track with mild banking was approached with confidence and fines by the 77 AMTS Cunningham Dodge team. “It’s a really cool track. Passing was a challenge but a good one, I’m still learning and bettering myself with each race.” -AWS

In qualifying the the team placed p16. Unfortunately after discovering a mechanical error and correcting the issue was forced to start from the back. Throughout the race the 77 team aggressively adjusted the car to better performance. Austin Wayne Self worked his way from the back of the pack all the way up to p9! To our dismay on the final laps of the race Austin and the 77 team were met with aggressive driving and took a hard hit. Austin took the results with stride and the 77 team focused on the experience gained from this racing opportunity. When all is said and done this track provided for incredible racing and Austin Wayne Self tackled the challenge!

For updates photos and videos checkout Facebook.com/AustinWayneSelf and Twitter.com/AustinWSelf

Austin Wayne Self to Race K&N Pro East at NHMS

September 21, 2013 Austin Wayne Self will take on New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the 22 AM Technical Solutions Cunningham Motorsports Dodge. The one mile asphalt oval located in Loudon, New Hampshire will be proving ground for the NASCAR K&N East series drivers in the North American Power 100. With only 1 degree of banking and a 65 ft. track width the racing will be unparalleled and Austin excitedly looks towards running this K&N East series race! “I am ready for Loudon, I really like short tracks and I think we have a good shot at taking home a win.” Ambition and drive are setting in as we approach New Hampshire Motor Speedway and the 22 team is looking to expand upon their ARCA experience with even more seat time against a new crop of drivers in the K&N East series. The race will be broadcasted Friday, October 4, 2013 on Fox Sports 1 at 11:30 ET.

You can follow Austin on twitter @AustinWSelf for even more updates throughout the entire race weekend.

AWS gains valuable experience from Iowa Speedway

Not only the largest track but quite possibly the track with the greatest learning curve among the series stops- Iowa Speedway served as a trying and revealing testament to the AWS racing program in 2013. Austin Wayne Self entered Iowa with great expectations though walked away having not met primary results expectations. With plethora of valuable team experience culminated through an incredible effort AWS was not discouraged but motivated for his next opportunity. After qualifying p13 Austin advanced throughout the pack and battled hard for p12. After struggling with adjustments throughout the race Austin finished the night p16 for his first run at Iowa Speedway. “I just know we as a team can do a whole lot better and we are going to. This was all learning” -AWS.