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Regan Smith – No. 95 Procore Camaro ZL1 Preview


AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway

No. 95 Procore Camaro ZL1 Notes:

· JOIN THE PROCORE CREW: Become a member of the No. 95 crew today at to get your free, collectible Kasey Kahne hero card, as well as exclusive merchandise and content throughout the season thanks to our partner, Procore.

· SMITH BY THE NUMBERS: In 11 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series career starts at Texas, Regan Smith has an average start of 23.5 and an average finish of 28.6. He’s completed 3,483 of 3,638 (95.7 percent) career laps at the 1.5-mile track located in Fort Worth, Texas.

· RACE INFO: The AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (1.5-mile) begins at 3:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 4th. The race will be broadcast live on NBCSN, Sirius XM Channel 90 and PRN Radio.

Smith’s Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats at Texas:

Date Event: S F Laps Status

04/06/08 Samsung 500 34 35 331/339 Running

11/02/08 Dickies 500 25 34 329/334 Running

04/05/09 Samsung 500 33 31 330/334 Running

11/08/09 Dickies 500 32 32 330/334 Running

04/19/10 Samsung Mobile 500 26 21 332/334 Running

11/07/10 AAA Texas 500 8 22 334/334 Running

04/09/11 Samsung Mobile 500 5 37 212/334 Crash

11/06/11 AAA Texas 500 10 23 333/334 Running

04/14/12 Samsung Mobile 500 26 23 332/334 Running

04/09/16 Duck Commander 500 28 31 329/334 Running

11/06/16 AAA Texas 500 32 26 291/293 Running

Smith’s Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats at Texas:

Races Wins Top 5s Top 10s Poles

Cumulative 11 0 0 0 0

Smith’s 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Season Stats:

Starts Wins Top-5’s Top-10’s Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish

8 0 0 1 0 10 28.2 20.6

Smith’s Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats:

Starts Wins Top-5’s Top-10’s Poles Laps Led Avg. Start Avg. Finish

221 1 4 14 0 64 23.9 24.8

From the Driver’s Seat:

Regan Smith: “Looking ahead to this weekend at Texas, the biggest thing for me is that I haven’t been in a (Monster Energy NASCAR) Cup Series car at Texas since they repaved it. Due to that, our weekend is going to consist of me getting acclimated to the track immediately. Once we do that, we’ll get through qualifying and final practice to get everything all adjusted to what I need in our Procore Chevy. I feel like we have a really good plan heading into the weekend as to how we’re going to approach all that. I have been on the track, but I just haven’t been on it in a Cup Series car, which is quite a bit different than the truck that I ran there (November 2017). When I raced the truck at Texas last Fall, I really enjoyed it. Turns 3 and 4 feel almost identical while Turns 1 and 2 are completely different. That’s where the whole challenge for this weekend is going to come in and getting me acclimated as soon as possible is what will make or break our weekend. I certainly feel like we’re more than capable of going there this weekend and having a strong run. Up until Kansas, I really felt as though the 1.5-mile and larger tracks were our strong suit, but I would anticipate that being the case once again for us this weekend. We’d like to rebound from a few of our less than stellar races recently and I think that this weekend would be a great place to do it.”

From the Pit Box:

Jon Leonard: “Texas is one of my favorite racetracks. It’s a 1.5-mile track, but it’s so different than the rest of the 1.5-mile tracks we visit, especially after the repave. While the track hasn’t really widened out yet like the old Texas, it makes it even more important to bring all the speed you can and to qualify well. It will be all about strategy and track position this weekend, with really only one to two lanes of racing grooves available. Tires aren’t as big of a focus there, so calls from the box are often much more difficult and fluid during the race. Texas can be hard to set up for. Since the repave, the two ends of the track are completely different from each other. Turns 1 and 2 are flatter and wider while Turns 3 and 4 are more banked and have a sharper exit. You really try to focus on getting the ends as close together balance-wise as possible, but there are things you just have to compromise with and work around throughout the weekend. We had a pretty decent car there in the spring, but we’ve learned so much about our cars as well as Regan (Smith) these last few months that we’re expanding on a few things going back this weekend. We’re bringing the same car we raced at Indy with where we had a shot at getting a top-15 finish. We’re excited to go see what we have at Texas this weekend and it’s also the home track for the Leavine family, so we want to of course have a strong run there.”

No. 95 Procore Camaro ZL1 Team:

Driver: Regan Smith Crew Chief: Jonathon Leonard

Car Chief: Matt Kimball Spotter: Ford Martin

Engineer: J.R. Houston Mechanic: Bill Mares

Shock Specialist: Tim Lambert Mechanic: Ryan Dextraze

Tire Specialist: Tony Ramirez Jackman: Jonathan Willard

Fueler: Ryan Dextraze Rear Changer: Cory Baldwin

Front Changer: Chris Winchell Front Carrier: Justin Kirby

Hauler Driver: Damon Lopez

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