Stenhouse Jr- Sprint Showdown Advance – Best Buy

Ricky Stenhouse Jr – Sprint Showdown Advance

Team:                          No. 17 Best Buy Ford Fusion

Crew Chief:                 Scott Graves


American Muscle

Primary Chassis:         RK- 811 – chassis raced numerous times by No. 99 in 2012.

Backup Chassis:         RK-791 – chassis raced numerous times by No. 99 in 2012.

ADVANCE NOTES

Stenhouse Jr. at Charlotte Motor Speedway

o   The driver of the No. 17 Best Buy Ford will try to race his way in to his first Sprint All-Star race. If he doesn’t race his way in then he will rely on the fan vote to get in to the All-Star race.

o   Best Buy and Roush Fenway Racing have teamed up to support Stenhouse in winning the fan vote. Fans are encouraged to go the BestBuy.com/Racing to vote the Sprint Cup rookie contender in to his first All-Star race. #LetRickyRac
The Car

o   Chassis RK-811 is the same chassis that the No.99 team ran numerous times in 2012.

o   The backup Chassis RK-791 was a chassis that the No. 99 ran numerous times in 2012.

Best Buy

o   Best Buy joined Roush Fenway Racing and the No. 17 car in 2012.

o   After many seasons in the sport, they got their first race win at the 2012 Daytona 500.

o   Make sure to follow @BestBuy and use hashtag #BestBuy17 in 2013.

Stenhouse Jr. on Sprint Showdown:

“The Sprint Showdown and the All-Star race is one of the best races of the year. I feel confident that we can race our No. 17 Best Buy Ford into the All-Star race, but if not we have another chance by winning the fan vote. Best Buy and Roush Fenway developed a marketing platform called #LetRickyRace which will hopefully help us get in the race one way or another. If you haven’t voted, go vote at BestBuy.com/Racing. We tested at Charlotte earlier this season so I feel we learned a lot that will be beneficial to our organization the next two weekends.”


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