Keselowski is one of a handful of drivers with prior experience at Gateway, with five starts in the NXS from 2007-10. He won the last Xfinity race that was run there in 2010, leading 83 laps after starting 20th.
Chandler Smith and the No. 18 Safelite team head to World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway for Saturday’s Toyota 200. Smith comes into the event riding a streak of three consecutive top-10 finishes, including an eighth-place finish at Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway in his most recent race.
The global leader in RC products and accessories, Horizon Hobby, and its ARRMA radio control car brand will support Zane Smith and the No. 38 Ford F-150 team this weekend at the World Wide Technology (WWT) Raceway located just outside St. Louis, Missouri.
Chase Briscoe, driver of the No. 14 HighPoint.com Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR), returns to familiar territory as the NASCAR Cup Series makes the trek to Madison, Illinois, for the series’ first visit to Gateway International Raceway.
In 2012, Dumoulin Competition and its new partner in the NASCAR Canada Series at the time, WeatherTech Canada, decided to work together at an integrated level in terms of well understood goals and strategies by both parties.
Cole Custer and his fellow NASCAR Cup Series competitors will be making history this weekend when the series takes to the 1.25-mile oval at Gateway International Raceway in Madison, Illinois, near St. Louis, for the first time during Sunday’s Enjoy Illinois 300.
NASCAR’s top three series will be split between two facilities this weekend as the Cup and Camping World Truck Series compete at World Wide Technology Raceway and the NASCAR XFINITY drivers run the road course at Portland International Raceway.