Regan Smith – No. 95 Procore Camaro ZL1 Preview

by Official Release On Wed, Nov. 07, 2018

Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway

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 Phoenix, Regan Smith has an average start of 17.7 and an average finish of 27.8. He’s completed 3,141 of 3,519 (89.3 percent) career laps at the 1.0-mile track located in Avondale, AZ.

· THANKS KASEY: Procore wanted to thank Kasey Kahne for everything he’s done for them this year as the driver of the No. 95 and they’re celebrating the partnership with a special “Thanks Kasey” message aboard the Procore Camaro ZL1’s TV Panel this weekend at Phoenix.

· RACE INFO: The Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway (1.0-mile) begins at 2:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 11th. The race will be broadcast live on NBC, Sirius XM Channel 90 and MRN Radio.

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

Date Event: S F Laps Status

04/12/08 Subway Fresh Fit 500 38 35 298/312 Running

11/09/08 O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 21 23 312/313 Running

04/18/09 Subway Fresh Fit 500 9 28 311/312 Running

04/10/10 Subway Fresh Fit 600 28 26 378/378 Running

11/14/10 Kobalt Tools 500 8 23 311/312 Running

02/27/11 Subway Fresh Fit 500 5 34 213/312 Running

11/13/11 Kobalt Tools 500 15 38 62/312 Crash

03/04/12 Subway Fresh Fit 500 3 20 311/312 Running

11/11/12 AdvoCare 500 8 24 316/319 Running

03/13/16 Good Sam 500 31 28 308/313 Running

11/13/16 Can-Am 500 29 27 321/324 Running

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

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

9 0 0 1 0 10 28.2 21.3

Smith’s Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats:

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

222 1 4 14 0 64 23.9 24.8

From the Driver’s Seat:

Regan Smith: “Phoenix is going to be interesting this coming weekend with the new straightaway and moving the Start/Finish line. I don’t think that it’s going to affect anything that we do on the race track driver-wise, but it certainly is going to look different and be a bit more unique for the fans that are watching along in the stands. This weekend should create a bit of buzz with the new infield, and all the cool new elements associated with the remodel. The race track itself is one of the best places we go to in my opinion. Both ends of the track are very unique and very different, so it really forces you to have to adapt. You have to take the good and the bad with you car sometimes because you won’t able to make it entirely perfect at both ends of that track. There’s a lot of times where you have to be willing to sacrifice in one area if you want to be better in another area there typically. Phoenix presents a lot of challenges on both the drivers and the crew chiefs because of that, but it’s also one of the most rewarding tracks, and one of the most fun tracks to drive on when things are going well.”

From the Pit Box:

Jon Leonard: “Going back to Phoenix this weekend, I’m really looking forward to the re-configuration of the track. It’s not much different from a car set-up perspective, but more-so from the fan and racing experience. Richmond did a similar change to their infield, and I think it really helped the fans get closer and understand what goes on throughout the weekend rather than just seeing cars on track. We ran decent at Phoenix in the Spring this year and were actually probably better there in last Fall’s race, so we’re basing a lot of what we’re trying to achieve off those two races. The right-side tire is a bit different for this weekend so there will be some adjusting to that, but I don’t expect much fall-off or wear difference from the races there in the past. Phoenix is usually about qualifying well and playing the right strategy in the race. As we’ve seen in almost all of the Playoff races so far, as long as you’re on the lead lap, you have a shot at a good finish. It’s the last race before the season finale Championship race at Homestead-Miami, so I’m sure there will be differing strategies, differing agendas, and some drama at the end. We’ll do our best to get a good finish in the Procore Chevrolet in their last race of the season in order to build some momentum heading into Championship weekend next week.”

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

About Procore Technologies:

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