Chris Buescher – Richmond Advance

Chris Buescher – Richmond Advance
Team:           No. 60 AdvoCare Ford Mustang
Crew Chief:   Scott Graves
Twitter:         @Chris_Buescher, @Buescher60Team and @RoushFenway

ADVANCE NOTES

Buescher at Richmond International Raceway


American Muscle

Roush Fenway Racing’s Chris Buescher will make his fifth NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Richmond International Raceway this Friday night.  In his four previous starts, Buescher has two top-10 finishes, with his best finish of seventh coming in the spring of 2014.  Buescher has completed all but five laps in his four starts at Richmond.

On the Car

The No. 60 Ford Mustang carries the AdvoCare colors this weekend at Richmond International Raceway.

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Recapping Darlington Raceway

A strong No. 60 AdvoCare Ford Mustang and a great pit call by crew chief Scott Graves earned Buescher a top-five finish in Saturday afternoon’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race at Darlington Raceway.  With his 11th top-five finish of the 2015 season, Buescher extended his points lead to 29 over second-place.

QUOTE WORTHY

Chris Buescher on racing at Richmond International Raceway

“Richmond should be a good weekend for our team.  We have gone through a lot of notes and plan to try something very different than our last race there.  I love short track racing and hope that we can extend our points lead here in our AdvoCare Ford.”

 


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