K&N Pro Series East
The NASCAR K & N Pro Series East is a company incorporated in 1987, regional stock car series of NASCAR, which runs only in the northeastern part of the United States. Up to 2007 season, she was known as " NASCAR Busch East Series ." In the two years that followed, it was called " NASCAR Camping World East Series". The series is in conjunction with the NASCAR K & N Pro Series West at the Grand National divisions of NASCAR. Most races are held in the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Ohio, Virginia and Pennsylvania. The series was formerly known as the Busch North Series and was renamed in 2006 in NASCAR Busch East Series after a race at the Greenville- Pickens Speedway in South Carolina was added to the race calendar.
2007 races in Virginia and Tennessee were added to the race calendar, bringing the series keeps spreading to the south.
The NASCAR K & N Pro Series East is the only NASCAR series, in which a driver won the championship without a single race of the season to win. Dale Shaw managed this in 1994.
Kelly Moore is the most successful racing driver in the NASCAR K & N Pro Series East. He leads in the record lists for the most wins, most pole positions, most top -5 and most top 10 results. He is also the driver who has earned in the NASCAR K & N Pro Series East the most money.