May 29, 2014 3:46 PM
Ryan Reed Gives The NASCAR Salute At Dover | Dover Advance
Reed on racing at Dover International Speedway:
“Dover has always been a place I've wanted to race at. It's one of the most difficult tracks in NASCAR and just looks like a blast to race at! I’m excited with the direction my Drive to Stop Diabetes team is heading and can’t wait to get to the track.”
Reed at Dover International Speedway
- Roush Fenway Racing (RFR) rookie Ryan Reed visits Dover International Speedway for the first time in the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
- The No. 16 American Diabetes Association Drive to Stop DiabetesSM presented by Lilly Diabetes team brings Chassis RK-859 to the track for the second time this season. This chassis most recently raced at Texas Motor Speedway in April, starting 16th and finishing 20th.
Patriotic Paint Scheme
- The No. 16 team will run the patriotic paint scheme that debuted last weekend in Charlotte. This same scheme will appear in five of the six races during the NASCAR Salutes program.
- Visit www.drivetostopdiabetes.org or click here to watch Reed unveil the new paint scheme.
- Reed earned his fourth top-15 finish of the season last Saturday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Team and driver were patient, adjusting on the car throughout the 300-mile race. The Ford Mustang was strongest at the end of the race, propelling the team to 14th at the checkered flag.