Dylan Lupton will return to the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series this week as DGR-Crosley travels to Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway for the UNOH 200. Lupton will pilot the team's No. 15 Crosley Brands Tundra in his third Truck Series race this season.
“Pretty much the same pressure as I have had all year. We show up to the racetrack every week to win. Along those lines, nothing has really changed. I feel like there is other people that maybe will be driving a little farther over their heads, probably me included at some points. It’s the last chance. That part is a little bit tough, but I feel like my team has brought better and faster equipment every week to the racetrack, and this is no different. I’m really excited to get out there.”
Ross Chastain on Racing at Michigan: “I’m really looking forward to Michigan,” said Chastain. “It’s the last race before the playoffs start, and I think this team is really just hitting its stride. We are looking for one more win before the playoffs start.”
Bayley Currey on Racing at Michigan: “I’m really looking forward to this weekend with this Niece Motorsports team,” said Currey. “We had such a strong truck in Pocono, but bad luck on a restart ended our day. I can’t wait to get back on track, I know our truck will be fast. I’m thankful to Al Niece for the opportunity.”
It took 437 laps led and 63 starts but finally, Stewart Friesen is a winner in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Friesen had to hold of Sheldon Creed, and company to win the Dirt Derby at Eldora.
“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.