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Clint Bowyer finished sixth in the TicketGuardian 500 at ISM Raceway after starting the race 19th.

Bowyer was silent for most of the race and had to overcome a lost lap late in the event. He timed the cycle of his tires to finish in the top 10 for the second time in 2018. SHR remains one of the top choices across the board in fantasy games.
Mar 11 - 7:51 PM

Jamie McMurray has several good finishes in the past three years on road courses, but he has been uneven and failed to produce two top-10s in the same season at any point of his career.

In the past three seasons, McMurray earned three top-10s. Two of these came at Watkins Glen and one was scored at Sonoma. There have been so many misfortunes for this driver in 2018 that is impossible to predict that he will finish in the single digits.
Sep 25 - 2:09 PM

Clint Bowyer entered the Go Bowling at the Glen with three consecutive top-five finishes, but slipped to 11th in that race.

Bowyer is one of the most undervalued and appreciated drivers in the field on a road course. If he struggles this weekend, it will almost certainly be on account of an incident that was not of his making.
Sep 25 - 2:03 PM

Kyle Larson is gaining momentum at the right time. He has scored four top-10s in the last five races of the season.

Larson keeps coming close to winning. In the past five weeks he’s finished second twice and third once. In most of those races, he was challenging for the win late in the going. Once the series gets past the Charlotte Roval, Larson should be evaluated every week.
Sep 25 - 1:59 PM

Brad Keselowski faded at the end of the Federated 400, but his ninth-place finish gives him a four-race, top-10 streak and ties him with Kyle Busch for the longest.

The standings have been jumbled in the past several weeks as top contenders have been involved in accidents. Keselowski’s three victories mostly came via strategy and last week was the first "honest" result – according to the driver. Expect him to continue to challenge for top-10s.
Sep 25 - 1:55 PM

Trevor Bayne will be behind the wheel of the No. 6 this week and a 20-something finish is his most likely result, based on his road course history.

Bayne has finished between 22nd and 27th in five of his previous seven road course attempts. He had one previous top-10 at Watkins Glen, but the Charlotte Roval is more likely to behave like the technical Sonoma Raceway where his best result is 23rd.
Sep 25 - 1:49 PM

Chase Elliott is one of six drivers this year who have placed inside the top 10 in both previous road course starts and now he’s aiming for a top-10 sweep.

It’s difficult to predict success or failure on the upcoming Charlotte Roval, but this is an encouraging statistic nevertheless. If Elliott can record a top-10 and earn some stage points, he will make it to Round 2.
Sep 25 - 1:43 PM

Brendan Gaughan (No. 3 Chevrolet Camaro) gives his thoughts on the debut XFINITY Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway's new 2.28-mile Roval road course.

"I really think it's the ideal and perfect scenario for me. It's puts me at no disadvantage against the rest of the NASCAR Xfinity field that has been racing all year. I've been hearing how everyone seems intimidated by it and frankly, that makes me smile. I also hear that there may be weather in the area for the weekend and that would really spice things up even further. I can't wait to get there and drive the No. 3!"-Richard Childress Racing
Sep 25 - 1:36 PM

Matt Tifft (No. 2 Chevrolet Camaro) gives his thoughts on the debut XFINITY Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway's new 2.28-mile Roval road course.

"I've gotten to run some laps of the Roval on the simulator, and it has been very interesting. It's an extremely unique road course, but it does have a lot of characteristics to it during the infield portion that feel a little similar to Mid-Ohio. That's got me smiling because I love that road course, and it suites me very well. The track itself seems as slick as ice which I think is why there were so many incidents with guys getting into the wall during the Cup test sessions. Normally on road courses, we can get away with a little bit of damage, but with the oval portion of the course we're approaching the speeds we normally run around Charlotte and will need our cars to be perfect for that. Figuring out the balance between that oval portion and the infield section will be really important to figure out."-RCR
Sep 25 - 1:32 PM

In addition to driving his regular No. 21 Chevrolet Camaro in Saturday's XFINITY Series Drive for the Cure 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Friday, Daniel Hemric will pilot the Richard Childress Racing No. 8 Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet in Sunday's Federated Auto Parts 400.

Like the rest of the field, he will be making his first start at Charlotte's new Roval road course. He participated in a 2017 Goodyear tire test at the Roval but has not been on it since the track announced the final configuration. Hemric has six NASCAR Xfinity Series road course starts, earning three top-five and three top-10 finishes, with a total of 29 laps led.-RCR
Sep 25 - 1:19 PM

Ryan Reed (No. 16 Ford Mustang) gives his thoughts on the debut XFINITY Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway's new 2.28-mile Roval road course.

"I think right now my mindset is survive. I don’t know what to expect. I watched the Cup cars when they were out there. I think there is an opportunity to be a really fast car and I think we are going to have really good equipment, but it is so easy to step over that line and wreck because the track is going to be so tricky. In my opinion, this is going to be one of the toughest races we’ve had in our series. It’s as big, or more of a wild card, than if we were going to Talladega this weekend. We’ve never done anything like it and the track is drastically different."-Roush Fenway Racing
Sep 25 - 1:11 PM

JR Motorsports announced the addition of Noah Gragson to the team’s NASCAR Xfinity Series stable of drivers for 2019.

Gragson has been tabbed in a multi-year deal that places him behind the wheel of JRM’s No. 1 Chevrolet in full-time pursuit of a series championship next season. He will acquire the reins of the No. 1 from Elliott Sadler, who recently announced he’d be stepping away from NXS competition at season’s end. Gragson joins JRM by way of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where in two seasons he’s claimed two wins, 10 top-five and 26 top-10 finishes with eight poles. Currently, Gragson sits fourth in the series’ Round of 8 Playoff standings.-JRM
Sep 25 - 12:41 PM




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