Chris Buescher – Loudon Advance
Buescher at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Buescher makes his eighth Cup start at NHMS this weekend. In six prior events, he has an average finish of 23.6 with a best finish of 15th in 2019.
- In two NXS events, Buescher finished fifth in his first race in the No. 60 entry for Jack Roush in 2014, and followed with a 14th-place run a year later.
Luke Lambert at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Lambert will call his 15th Cup race at NHMS on Sunday, where he has an average finish of 14.5 with six top-10s. Nine of his 14 starts came with Ryan Newman at RCR.
- He led Jeff Burton to a third-place run in 2013, and followed that with an eighth-place finish that fall. Most recently, Lambert and Newman ran sixth together in 2018.
- Lambert also called one Xfinity event with Elliott Sadler in 2012, finishing seventh.
Buescher on Racing at Loudon:
“We need every point we can and we’re going to have to fight hard this weekend in Loudon. We’ve worked hard on places like Loudon to make our days better and capitalize on those. Been doing a lot of sim work to make sure we do everything within our power to be prepared this weekend with our Fastenal Ford.”
Last Time Out
Buescher ran 16th in last weekend’s race at Atlanta.
Where They Rank
Buescher remains 17th in the Cup Series standings with five races remaining in the regular season.
On the Car
Fastenal returns to the fold at Roush Fenway for its 11th season in 2021. They spent three years on the No. 99 before jumping to the No. 17 Cup Series entry, and were the primary partner on the No. 60 Xfinity team that captured the owner’s championship in 2011.
Fastenal will feature top suppliers PIP, Medique, Duracell/Procell, ARC and Berkshire Corp. on Buescher’s Mustang as he competes this weekend. For more information on these suppliers, visit Fastenal.com, and stay up-do-date on social @FastenalRacing, @Fastenal.
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