Race Name: Alsco 300 (Race 17 of 33)
Venue: Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky
Television: 7:30 p.m. EDT on NBCSN
– Cole Custer: 3rd; trails points leader by 81 points
– Chase Briscoe: 10th; trails points leader by 220 points
- This will mark Briscoe’s first Xfinity Series start at Kentucky Speedway. He has one previous start in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series where he finished 11th.
- Spotter Tim Fedewa has three starts at Kentucky Speedway. He started fourth in 2001 before experiencing engine troubles.
- This will mark Richard Boswell’s second start at Kentucky. His first start came in 2017 with Kevin Harvick where they finished fourth.
- Click here for Briscoe’s career stats.
- Click here for Briscoe’s stats at Kentucky.
- Click here for photos of Chase.
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You’re making your first Xfinity Series start at Kentucky Speedway, how are you preparing for this weekend?
“I have been to Kentucky one time in Trucks and one time in ARCA, but this will be my first time hitting the track in an Xfinity car. I have been talking with Cole and the other Stewart-Haas drivers this week to try and pick up some tips and just really know what to expect. We will go to the Ford simulator just like we do every week as well and try to get the best possible feel for the track before we get there on Thursday. I’m looking forward to the challenge and I’m ready to get the No. 98 Ford Performance Mustang back up front.”