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NCWTS: Matt Mills Matches Career-Best Finish at Dover

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DOVER, Del. – Matt Mills, driver of the No. 44 SparrowRanch.org entry for Faith Motorsports, tied his career best finish with a 17th place finish in the Bar Harbor 200 presented by Sea Watch International at Dover International Speedway Friday evening.

In just his third start for Faith Motorsports, Mills completed 196 of the 200 scheduled laps in Friday’s event. Mills will be behind the wheel of the Faith Motorsports for more races this season, but unclear on which ones they will be.

After not turning a lap in the first practice Friday due to NASCAR officials wanting a seat belt change due to a clip, Mills turned his fastest lap in final practice at 25.021, good for 25th on the speed charts.

“This track is unreal,” Mills said about the one-mile concrete track. “This track is everything that people say and more. It’s like a rollercoaster!”

Mills made his way up the racing ladder starting in go-carts before driving full size cars by the time he was 14. Mills kept digging for the NASCAR dream and was seen at the right time by the right person running late model races.

“The opportunity to run with Faith Motorsports was kind of unexpected,” explained Mills. “Kansas was a one-race deal at the time and we did good with it and here I am”

Kansas was the other track that Mills has a 17th place finish in the NCWTS.

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About Jacob Mullins

Jacob Mullins serves as the managing editor and senior NASCAR writer covering all three national touring series's. You can find him on on Twitter at @JMulls15. An intercollegiate athletic administrator by trade, Mullins can be found at the big tracks as well as the local short tracks in the Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. Mullins enjoys social media, photography and graphic design. A native of West Chester, Pennsylvania, Mullins follows all forms of racing, Major League Baseball (Baltimore Orioles) and college football (Virginia Tech Hokies).

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