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K&N West: Andrew Ranger wins in Utah

Canadian Andrew Ranger started from the rear of the pack to eventually win the iON Camera Utah Grand Prix on Saturday at Miller Motorsports Park, round of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.

For the Roxton Pond, Quebec driver it was his second victory in the West division; having previsouly won also in the Pro Series East.

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Andrew Ranger, winner in Utah. (Photo: Getty for NASCAR)

Ranger, making only his second series start in this series this season, was relegated to start at the tail-end of the field after qualifying was cancelled due to an afternoon rain shower and the field was set based on points.

Howver, Ranger quickly mounted a charge and worked his way forward in his No. 53 Waste Management Bagster Dodge.

Greg Pursley, who was shooting for his fourth consecutive win at MMP, battled back from seventh in the closing stages to challenge for the lead on the final restart before taking the runner-up spot.

Series' rookie Dylan Lupton finished third, followed by Michael Self and Matt Tift.

Cameron Hayley, Daryl Harr, Austin Cameron, Derek Thorn and Carl Harr completed the top 10.