BKR’s Final Title Hunt Begins at New Hampshire



Brad Keselowski Racing NCWTS Preview: New Hampshire Motor Speedway Keys To The Race

Finesse is a must for a driver at NHMS Driver has many options at both ends of the track to make his truck turn better Track position is critical at a place where passing is a challenge Teams must execute well in qualifying and have excellent pit stops Truck must rotate well thru the center of the corner and get pointed straight off, can’t be loose on entry or exit. Crew Chiefs might mix up strategies in an effort to keep track position Trucks can be difficult to turn in the center of the corner because they carry so much speed

No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford F-150 Will be making his first start at New Hampshire Motor Speedway Seeded fifth entering the first playoff race this weekend at New Hampshire, 31 points behind leader Christopher Bell Brad Keselowski Racing is the only multi-truck team with 100% of its vehicles in the NCWTS playoffs Leads the Sunoco Rookie of the Year standings by three points over Grant Enfinger Leads all rookies in laps led (127), miles led (164.625), average running position (8.121), and driver rating (99.8) Has completed 99.93 percent of total possible laps this season (2,381 of 2,385) – best of any NCWTS driver Will carry the Ford on-board camera at New Hampshire Motor Speedway

Chase Briscoe: “I’m ready for the playoffs to start. I feel like our Cooper Standard team has a lot of speed right now. We are bringing a Ford F-150 that was really good at Gateway, which is a flat track like New Hampshire. I’ve never seen the racetrack before, so hopefully we can get up to speed quick and see where we stack up against the seven other playoff drivers. It’s important not to make any mistakes this weekend. I feel like you don’t necessarily race your way into round two; it’s more that you race your way out of advancing by making mistakes.”


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