Stenhouse Heads to the ‘World’s Fastest Half-Mile’
Stenhouse has eight NASCAR Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) starts at Bristol Motor Speedway with an average starting position of 23.4 and average finishing position of 10.6. In his eight MENCS starts, Stenhouse has scored three top-five and four top-10 finishes at the ‘World’s Fastest Half-Mile’.
Team: No. 17 SunnyD Ford Fusion
Crew Chief: Brian Pattie
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Stenhouse at Bristol Motor Speedway
Stenhouse has eight NASCAR Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) starts at Bristol Motor Speedway with an average starting position of 23.4 and average finishing position of 10.6.
In his eight MENCS starts, Stenhouse has scored three top-five and four top-10 finishes at the ‘World’s Fastest Half-Mile’.
Last time at Bristol
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. drove his Bryan Clauson Fastenal tribute Ford to a second-place finish after overcoming a two-lap deficit and a speeding penalty on pit road. The second-place finish tied his career best finish of second at Bristol in 2014.
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Stenhouse Jr. on racing at Bristol:
“After our weekend off, I’m ready to get back on track especially at one of my favorite tracks. We’ve had a lot of success at Bristol but keep coming up short one position. The key is to get your car turning through the center and being able to run both grooves. Like typical short track racing anything can happen, but if we can execute on pit road and stay out of trouble then we should leave Bristol with another strong finish.”