"This weekend was another solid weekend for our No. 2 Roland Chevrolet Camaro. It was different to start off with single-car qualifying, but we got a top-five starting spot so we were OK with that. We fired off the race a lot tighter than I expected, but also with a lack of rear grip so it was a tough balance to manage."
“That sprint car team is a long way down the road, but it’s definitely a dream of mine to have one. I just can’t say enough about everyone on this team 20 at Joe Gibbs Racing. They never quit. They keep working and over the last couple weeks we’ve had really fast race cars, but we just haven’t been able to capitalize on it. This one is really out to my pit crew. They did a great job of getting me out first there where I could control the restarts. I knew if we could get out front, we were going to be tough to beat. This one’s for everyone at Rheem, Ruud, everyone at Xfinity and all the people at Xfinity for putting up this serious money right here. This is one of the coolest trophies that we get to have – a cardboard check for $100.000.”
“We had a really strong run at Talladega, but we’re moving on to Dover – one of my favorite tracks. It’s a 1-mile track. This weekend, we are supporting autism with this awesome colorful paint scheme."
Nemechek and the No. 23 team will utilize chassis no. 222. This chassis was raced three times in 2018. Twice by Spencer Gallagher once at Dover International Speedway in the Spring (start: 4th/finish: 5th) and the other at Homestead-Miami Speedway (start: 17th/finish: 17th). The other by Johnny Sauter at Dover International Speedway in the Fall (start: 11th/finish: 6th).
CHASE BRISCOE, NO. 98 Nutri Chomps Ford Mustang - Finished: 4th“We were making a ton of moves. I don't usually have any fun on these superspeedways but that right there was a blast. There are so many things I wish I would have done different there at the end."
Cole Custer, driver of the No. 00 Ford for Stewart-Haas Racing, banked the $100,000 bonus in the NASCAR Xfinity Series’ Dash 4 Dash program in last Friday night’s event at Richmond. He will compete at Talladega Superspeedway in the MoneyLion 300 on April 27 for a chance to win the prize once again.