Ricky Stenhouse Jr on Racing at Richmond
Earlier this year in Richmond after barely missing the front row, the two-time XFINITY champion rolled off from the fourth position and maintained his top-10 position until he got loose in turn three making contact with the outside wall. With a flurry of late-race cautions, Pattie chose track position over fresh tires radioing to Stenhouse to stay out for the final 19 laps and was able to hang on to a fourth-place finish.
“Our short track program has shown strength this year. Earlier this year, I got in the wall early and we had to fight back all race. This is always an exciting race for the fans. It’s under the lights, and the drivers that aren’t in the playoffs are trying to get that win. If we can execute on pit-road and stay up front, I’m confident that we will leave Richmond with a strong finish” said Stenhouse.
Don’t Miss the Fastenal Ford Blue Team this Saturday Night under the lights of Richmond Raceway
September, 9th, 7:30pm et, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Federated Auto Parts 400 (400 laps, 300 miles), NBCSN