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.”
ve Texas. I love the track, the food and the state. I'm looking forward to running this weekend at Texas. We've been making gains with our intermediate track program with every race and we had our strongest finish of the season in Vegas a few weeks ago. We continue to find more speed each week and the No. 2 guys have been giving me a strong truck, so it will be fun to go out and there and put it to the test."
NATALIE DECKER, No. 54 N29 Technologies LLC Toyota Tundra, DGR-Crosley - How is your familiarity with this track since you have been here in ARCA although it is your first time here in the trucks? “We’ve been here before so that definitely helps because it is not new to me and it’s not something where I have no idea what to expect."
Ross Chastain on Racing at Texas: “I can’t wait to get this TrüNorth™/Paul Jr. Designs Chevrolet on the track,” said Chastain. “I’ve had this one circled on my calendar for a while. Everyone at Niece Motorsports has been working extra hard on this truck and I’m excited to get to be the one behind the wheel. We had a great race last week in Martinsville, and I feel strongly that we will run up front again this week in Al Niece’s back yard.”
On the heels of a strong performance at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway last month, Chad Finley Racing (CFR) heads to Iowa Speedway with driver Chad Finley looking for their second career top-10 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) finish in Saturday night’s M&M’s 200.
“As a pilot myself, this was a definitely a bucket list item for me to visit with the members and to see all the planes,” Rhodes said. “I had a great time learning how much teamwork went into each flight and cannot wait to share that with my team.
After a month hiatus, the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series will be back in action this weekend at Dover (Del.) International Speedway. Tyler Ankrum and his No. 54 May's Hawaii team look to continue the positive momentum after earning a sixth-place finish in their last race at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.
NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) winner Ross Chastain will officially declare for NGOTS points for the remainder of the 2019 season.
Reid Wilson on Racing at Martinsville: “I’ve been itching to get on track this year,” said Wilson. “I’m really looking forward to this weekend and making my first start with this team. I’m excited that it’s at a track that I have turned some laps at. Martinsville is definitely a tough track. I’m hoping that we can stay out of trouble and keep our nose clean. If we can do that, I feel confident that we can be in contention for a solid finish this weekend.”