This Saturday Trevor Bayne will try to improve on his third-place finish during last fall’s NASCAR Nationwide Series start at Charlotte Motor Speedway (CMS).
Trevor Bayne led the first practice session for the Nationwide Series Aaron’s 312 at Talladega Superspeedway.
In four starts at Richmond International Raceway, Trevor Bayne’s average running position is sixth, and he ranks as the fourth fastest driver on restarts.
Trevor Bayne earned his first career NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) win at Texas Motor Speedway in November 2011.
Trevor Bayne has five previous Nationwide Series starts at Auto Club Speedway.
In three previous Nationwide Series races at Bristol Motor Speedway, Trevor Bayne had starts of first, second and seventh; and finished 16th, 8th and 13th.
An early run-in with the wall at Las Vegas Motor Speedway could not stop Trevor Bayne from picking off one driver after the next to finish fourth in Saturday’s 300-mile Nationwide Series race.
In three previous Nationwide races in Las Vegas, Trevor Bayne finished sixth, fifth and fourth.
Trevor Bayne averted near disaster to battle back to a fourth-place finish in the No. 6 Valvoline NextGen Ford Mustang in Saturday’s Nationwide Series race at Phoenix.
On Lap 139 of 200 in the Daytona 500, nine drivers, including Trevor Bayne in the Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion, crashed heading into Turn One.
Trevor Bayne won the Coors Light Pole Award for the 32nd Annual DRIVE4COPD 300 with a lap of 50.801 seconds, 177.162 mph.
The scene in the Motorcraft/Quick Lane garage area at Daytona on Thursday was a tale of two race cars.
Roush Fenway’s Trevor Bayne, running in the Wood Brothers’ No. 21, led a race-high 37 laps in the Duel, before getting caught up in the same accident that ended teammate Carl Edwards' day.
Trevor Bayne is locked into a starting position in the Daytona 500.