July 13, 2014 8:53 AM

Looking To Turn It Around | Ricky Stenhouse Jr New Hampshire Advance

Stenhouse on racing at New Hampshire:

“I’m looking forward to racing at New Hampshire this weekend. I can’t think of a better track to turn our season around since it is the home track for the Boston Red Sox and Fenway Sports Group. We have had some solid runs this year at the short tracks so hopefully we can get a top-10 finish this weekend in our Cargill Beef/Wegman’s Ford.” 


Stenhouse at New Hampshire

  • Stenhouse has two Sprint Cup career starts at New Hampshire with an average starting position of 27.0 and average finish position of 29.0. 

The Car

  • Chassis RK-877 is the same chassis that the No. 17 team raced at Richmond when Stenhouse Jr. was running lap times faster than the leader before suffering a blown right front tire on his No. 17 Ford, forcing the 2013 Rookie of the Year to settle for a 38th-place finish. 


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New Hampshire Native

  • Chris Church, a diehard Boston RedSox fan, grew up in Plaistow, N.H., which is a little over an hour from NHMS.





Kelley on racing at New Hampshire:


“New Hampshire is a fast one-mile track that Ricky had success at in Nationwide days. This is Fenway Sports Group’s home track so we want to have a strong run this weekend. We have had some bad luck lately so we need to leave New Hampshire this weekend with a top-10 finish.” 


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