Following a strong performance in their most recent mile-and-a-half NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) race at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway in May, Chad Finley Racing (CFR) heads to Kentucky Speedway eyeing a duplicate performance but with a top-10 finish in Thursday night’s Buckle Up Your Truck 225.
Dylan Lupton will be making his second NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series start of the season this weekend as DGR-Crosley heads to Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Ky. Lupton will be behind the wheel of the No. 15 Toyota Tundra on Thursday for the Buckle Up in Your Truck 225.
Ross Chastain on Racing at Kentucky: “I’m looking forward to getting this No. 45 Niece Motorsports Chevrolet back on track,” said Chastain. “It’s been a good month, and I’m looking to keep that momentum going this weekend in Kentucky. We’re working hard to get into the top-20 in points and trying to win some more races before the playoffs start.”
Jeb Burton on Racing at Kentucky: “I’m excited for the opportunity to join Niece Motorsports at Kentucky Speedway this week,” said Burton. “It’s always fun to get in one of these trucks, and I know this Niece team has been building a strong truck for Thursday night’s race. I’m thankful for partners like Alsco and State Water Heaters that have invested in me and allow me to do what I love.”
Stewart Friesen will carry a special decal on the hood of the No. 52 this weekend to promote the Orange County Fair Speedway Centennial race. There is a $100,000 prize to the winner of the Modifieds August 15, 16 and 17 with country music superstar Tim McGraw kicking things off on Wednesday August 14 at the House of Power.
“That was a big confidence boost for me. To go out there and run up front with the 18 team was a lot of fun for me to go out and race the Xfinity Series guys, like (Justin) Allgaier. We were racing side-by-side for most of the day. It was a lot of fun. We had a good time out there. I am excited to get back out there with them in New Hampshire, but right now I am focused on the Truck Series.”
Spencer Davis on Racing at Chicagoland: “I’m really thankful and excited for the opportunity to race with Niece Motorsports this weekend at Chicagoland,” said Davis. “This team has proven that they are a contender this season, so I’m hoping that I can make Mr. Niece and the team proud.”
Ross Chastain on Racing at Chicagoland: “I’m so proud of this whole team,” said Chastain. “The way we were able to rebound at Gateway is a testament to this whole organization. We’re excited to get back to the track this week and try and put this 45 truck in victory lane again.”