JR Motorsports — NXS Mid-Ohio Preview

“Finishing eighth at Watkins Glen was a really good day for the No. 1 team, and we’ll carry some momentum into MidOhio this weekend. We were able to pick up our best career finish at Watkins Glen, and we can do the same this weekend at Mid-Ohio. This stretch of races can really help us out in the playoffs, as the Roval is the second race of the Round of 12, and anything we can learn here will help us to advance. Glad to have TMC Transportation back on our Chevrolet Camaro this weekend too.”– Michael Annett

GMS Racing NXS Mid-Ohio Preview

John Hunter Nemechek and GMS Racing will utilize chassis no. 212 this weekend at Mid-Ohio. This chassis was ran last year by Spencer Gallagher (start:20th/finish: 8th).

Toyota NXS Watkins Glen Race Recap

Christopher Bell was the highest-finishing Supra driver with a third-place finish in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) race at the road course at Watkins Glen International on Saturday.

RCR Post Race Report – Zippo 200 at The Glen

"We fought it all today at Watkins Glen and somehow came away with a top-10 finish at one of the most challenging tracks for me. We qualified really well, but on that first lap I was trying to give the 10 a little bit of room but didn't give myself enough time to get back over and missed the bus stop. We pitted right away to get the grass off our nose and played a little bit of strategy to get our track position back. That seemed to be the trend of our day, every time we got track position, something would happen and we would get shuffled back again. My crew chief, Randall Burnett, and all my spotters did a great job of keeping me focused and on track for the rest of the race. Coming out of here with a sixth-place finish is a big accomplishment, and I hope we can keep that momentum going next week at Mid-Ohio." -Tyler Reddick

Ford Performance NASCAR: Cindric-Wilson Press Conference Transcript

BRIAN WILSON, Crew Chief, No. 22 MoneyLion Ford Mustang – “Obviously, the finish was pretty wild, but, for me, the biggest part was that pit call and that goes back to some homework that Austin and I did throughout the week. We had that scenario in mind that if a caution came out we wanted to pit there. We had seen the 7 car did that last year and it paid off for him to come back through. There was a lot of speed in it, so when he came on the radio and asked if that was the scenario we were in, we were both on the same page there. He sounded very confident that he wanted tires. Now, I don’t know if it would have worked out if we didn’t have the guys get sideways in the esses, but in the end they did and it was a really good day.”

Ford Performance NASCAR: Austin Cindric Wins Zippo 200 at the Glen

AUSTIN CINDRIC, No. 22 MoneyLion Ford Mustang – VICTORY LANE INTERVIEW – TAKE US THROUGH LAP 81 AND THOSE PASSES FOR THE LEAD. “First of all, AJ is a hell of a race car driver, so I knew it wasn’t gonna be easy even if we got there with way newer tires. I’m just so blessed and appreciative of this kind of an opportunity at this stage racing these types of race cars and I hope this is the first of many.”

Jeremy Clements will be Dropping the Hammer for Throwback weekend

Jeremy Clements Racing will be throwing back to the No. 51 EXXON paint scheme from the 1990 film Days of Thunder and will be sponsored by long-time partners

JR Motorsports – NXS Watkins Glen Preview

JR Motorsports has 33 NXS starts at Watkins Glen International, earning six top-five and 17 top-10 finishes. The team’s best finish came in 2011 when Jimmie Johnson crossed the finish line in second.

GMS Racing NXS Watkins Glen Preview

John Hunter Nemechek and GMS Racing will utilize chassis no. 214 this weekend at Watkins Glen International. This chassis was ran three times in 2018, once at Watkins Glen International by AJ Almendinger (start: 4th/finish: 2nd), another at Road America by NASCAR Hall of Famer, Bill Elliott (start: 23rd/finish: 20th) and lastly by Spencer Gallagher at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval but had to go to a back up after an incident in practice.

GMS Racing ​- John Hunter Nemechek – NXS Iowa Preview

John Hunter Nemechek and GMS Racing will utilize chassis no. 216 this weekend at Iowa Speedway. This chassis has been ran three times this season by Nemechek at ISM Raceway (start: 13th/finish: 9th), Richmond Raceway (start: 11th/finish: 7th) and at Iowa Speedway (start: 6th/finish: 8th).

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