MOORESVILLE, N.C. (November 12, 2012) - McCallister Precision Marketing (MPM) is pleased to announce that Ryan Lynch, a 26 year-old driver from New Boston, Texas, will make his second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start during the 2012 season finale at Homestead Miami Speedway this weekend. Ryan will be driving the No. 93 BlankHood.com Chevrolet and will be mentored by Rick Crawford, a five-time winner and 16-year veteran of the Truck Series.
"I worked with Ryan during his first Truck Series start at Iowa, and I am looking forward to working with him again at Homestead. He gained some valuable experience during the Iowa race, and he will have the chance to sharpen his skills again this weekend," said Crawford.
After an eventful but productive run in his NCWTS debut at Iowa Speedway earlier this fall, Lynch is looking forward to trying out the fast 1.5 mile Florida oval. "I am excited about working with Rick again, and I am looking forward to getting back on the track. I learned so much at Iowa, and I intend to use that experience and Rick's guidance to get a good finish at Homestead. I can't thank Rick Crawford Performance, the Sieg family, and Tonya at MPM enough for this opportunity," stated Ryan.
NEWTON, I.A.- On Saturday, September 15th, New Boston, Texas native, Ryan Lynch took the first green flag of his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) career at the American Ethanol 200 presented by Hy-Vee at Iowa Speedway. Lynch and the crew worked under the direction of truck series veteran, Rick Crawford, as they prepared to race on the 0.875 mile oval. After two successful practice sessions and a qualifying time of 23.919 seconds, Lynch started the race in the 27th position driving the #27 BlankHood.com Chevrolet.
Ryan Lynch is an up and coming race car driver from New Boston, Texas who is continuing his family's tradition of supporting the Texarkana Komen Race for the Cure. He has driven in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series, ARCA Racing Series, and is pursuing his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start. Ryan is a 3rd generation Komen supporter and nephew of Jo Sherman, a 48-year Breast Cancer Survivor. This year, Ryan will be driving the Texarkana Affiliate Komen Race for the Cure pace car to lead the 2012 Race. Learn more about this event at http://www.komentexarkana.org.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (September 12, 2012) - McCallister Precision Marketing (MPM) is pleased to announce that Ryan Lynch, a 26 year-old driver from New Boston, Texas, will make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) debut at Iowa Speedway this weekend driving the No. 27 BlankHood.com Chevrolet. Ryan will be mentored by Rick Crawford, a five-time winner and 16-year veteran of the truck series. MPM owner Tonya McCallister and Crawford agree that Iowa Speedway will be the ideal place for Ryan to make his first NCWTS start.
August 11, 2012 - (Nashville, TN) - Visiting the historic race track for the first time in over a year, Ryan Lynch was able to come home with a top ten finish in the Limited Late Model division running his US Super Truck. The 40 lap event was held in front of a packed crowd and was one of the night's main events, delivering plenty of the good racing and side by side action that the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway fans have come to expect. Ryan worked his way up to 4th before a white-flag lap bump-and-run got the truck sideways and caused him to drop a couple of positions to finish the night in 6th.
June 10, 2012 - (Milwaukee, WI) - Ryan Lynch will be teaming up with Andy Ponstein Racing to attend the Swiss Colony Howie Lettow Memorial 150 at the famed Milwaukee Mile on June 12. The star-studded race promises to be one of the most recognized and prestegious late-model events of the year, drawing the best of racing from accross the country. NASCAR Sprint Cup Champions like Rusty Wallace and Matt Kenseth have even thrown in their name for this historic race. Over 80 cars are expected to attempt to make the 42 car field. Ryan will be at The Mile for the Monday 'Test and Tune' and will attempt to qualify and race on Tuesday.
November 8, 2011 - (Mooresville, NC) - Ryan Lynch and Cunningham Motorsports are pleased to announce their new partnership in the ARCA Racing Series. Lynch recently signed with Cunningham Motorsports, to be a part of the organization’s 2012 driver development team. The 25 year old from New Boston, Texas has been racing since he was 8 years old, initially competing in go-karts on numerous dirt and asphalt karting tracks, before progressing to the IMCA Limited Modified and US Legend Series. In 2010, Lynch competed in the United States Super Truck Series, finishing 5th on the national circuit as a rookie. In early 2011, he took on the challenge of testing with the ARCA Racing Series at Daytona and continued his racing career by making his NASCAR K&N Pro Series East debut at South Boston Speedway. Most recently Lynch made his first ARCA Series start at Salem Speedway. After the eventful short track battle, Lynch credits the Cunningham Motorsports team for providing him with a competitive car and the chance to take his racing career to the next level. "To finish 13th in my first ARCA start is pretty unbelievable," says Lynch. "That just says so much about the Cunningham Motorsports organization. They are committed to helping you do your best, and they believe in you whether you are a rookie or a seasoned veteran. I can’t thank Cunningham Motorsports and MPM Marketing enough for giving me this opportunity."
SALEM, IN - The Texas Wildfire Relief Fund Dodge, driven by Ryan Lynch from New Boston, Texas, took the green flag at The Salem Speedway from 16th position in his first ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards start. He maintained a top 20 spot for the first 65 laps before the caution came out, and crew chief Paul Andrews brought Lynch into the pits for right side tires and fuel. As the field restarted the race on lap 70, Lynch was posted in 15th. Over a long green flag run, Lynch picked off positions, running as high as 11th, before pitting during another caution on lap 150 for four tires and fuel. The green flag flew on lap 152, and by lap 162 Lynch radioed to Andrews that his left rear tire had gone flat, just after he had passed the entrance to pit road. As he slowly limped around to the pit opening, he was lapped several times, but lost only a couple of positions, to 14th. Lynch rejoined the race and in the final 20 laps, Lynch picked up one position, to his finishing spot of 13th.