Race Name: Food City 300 (Race 22 of 33) Venue: Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway Television: 7:30 p.m. EDT on NBCSN Point Standings: – Cole Custer: 3rd; trails points leader by 105 points – Chase Briscoe: 7th; trails points leader by 226 points
Appearances: – Cole and Chase will be signing autographs on Friday from 2:00pm to 2:30pm at the Ford Performance display in the fan zone and from 2:30pm to 3:00pm at the Stewart-Haas Racing merchandise rig in the fan zone.
Chase Briscoe finished fourth at the 2019 Spring Race in Bristol.Through 21 races in 2019, Briscoe has one win, eight top-fives, 16 top-10’s and an average finish of 8.7.Spotter Tim Fedewa has 23 Xfinity Series starts at BMS with a best finish of second coming in 2001.
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You had a really strong weekend in the Spring at Bristol with a third place qualifying effort and fourth place finish. How much are you looking to forward to heading back there?
“Honestly, I am just excited to get back to an oval. I think we will have a really good Ford Performance Mustang this weekend. We really started coming on strong towards the end of the race in April, so I’m looking forward to getting back there and seeing if we can crack into the top three or maybe even snag a win.”