Bubba Wallace – Chicagoland Advance

Bubba Wallace – Chicagoland Advance
Team:           No. 6 Roush Performance Ford Mustang
Crew Chief:   Seth Barbour
Twitter:         @BubbaWallace, @Bubba6Team and @RoushFenway


Wallace at Chicagoland Speedway

American Muscle

Roush Fenway Racing’s Bubba Wallace makes his second start at Chicagoland Speedway this weekend in the NASCAR XFINITY Series.  In his previous start which came earlier this season, Wallace started and finished 10th.

In two NASCAR Camping World Truck Series starts at Chicagoland Speedway in 2013 and 2014, Wallace earned finishes of 11th and sixth, respectively.  In 2014, Wallace started and finished sixth, leading 10 laps.

On the Car

The No. 6 Ford Mustang carries the Roush Performance colors this weekend at Chicagoland Speedway.

Roush Performance Parts is a premier supplier and engineering services provider, most known for its line of high performance Mustang powertrain parts, including superchargers, cold air intakes and exhaust kits.  The list goes on to include a full line of wheels, tires, interior, grilles, graphics, service parts, accessories, drivetrain, cooling upgrades and more.  In addition to Mustang, Roush Performance Parts also offers performance upgrade packages for Ford F-150, Superduty and Focus.

Recapping Richmond International Raceway

Perseverance paid off for Wallace Friday night at Richmond International Raceway.  Wallace qualified his No. 6 Roush Performance Mustang 32nd after struggling with handling in a rain shortened practice day.  Despite starting at the back, Wallace worked his way forward, overcoming a pit road penalty for a crew member over the wall too soon to earn a 14th-place finish under the lights at Richmond.


Bubba Wallace on racing at Chicagoland Speedway:

“I’m excited to get back to Chicago.  We just had a really strong test there, so I’m confident that my team will unload right where need to be.  I’m glad to be carrying the Roush Performance colors again this weekend on our Mustang.”

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