Race Name: LTi Printing 250 (Race 13 of 33)
Venue: Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Michigan
Series: NASCAR Xfinity Series
Race Winner:Tyler Reddick of Richard Childress Racing (Chevrolet)
Results: Chase Briscoe: 7th | Cole Custer: 12th
– Cole Custer: 3rd with 510 points; trails points leader by 117 points
– Chase Briscoe: 6th with 440 points; trails points leader by 187 points
Chase Briscoe / Nutri Chomps Ford Mustang Recap:
– Briscoe started 14th and raced as high as ninth before the end of Stage 1. Briscoe would finish the stage in 12th position.
– The Nutri Chomps Ford pitted for four tires, fuel, track bar and air pressure adjustments. He would restart Stage 2 in 12th.
– Briscoe finished Stage 2 in 13th as the car was too loose on entry with the dirty air from the cars ahead of him.
– The No. 98 Ford would pit for four tires, fuel and track bar adjustment. One lug nut was not tightened so the team had to stop one more time during the yellow.
– Briscoe would get turned around by a car around him, flat-spotting all four tires. Would pit to change tires and add fuel.
– He continued his march toward the front after restarting 28th. Briscoe would drive up to 10th with less than 15 laps remaining.
– The No. 98 Nutri Chomps Ford would gain more spots as two cars had to make a green flag pit stop for fuel. Briscoe would end the race in seventh.
– Briscoe now has six top-five finishes and ten top-10 finishes through the first 13 Xfinity starts of 2019.
Next Up: Circuit City 2500 at Iowa Speedway in Newton, Iowa on June 16th at 5:30 p.m. EDT broadcast by Fox Sports 1.
Chase Briscoe, driver of the No. 98 Nutri Chomps Ford Mustang:
“We didn’t qualify where we wanted to and fought dirty air while we were in the pack. We were way loose with the air and even when we weren’t in that dirty air, the car was still way loose. Then we ended up getting spun out which set us back a little bit, but the No. 98 Nutri Chomps Ford team made some adjustments and it allowed me to drive all the way back up to seventh. We will take that after the struggles we had and will move on to Iowa next week where I think we will be the one to beat.”