Tag Archives: Brandon Brown

Eyes on Xfinity: Michael Annett & Travis Mack Thriving After 2 Years Together

Just over two years ago, Michael Annett was struggling at JR Motorsports, putting together a self-admittedly lackluster season. That followed a disappointing 2017 campaign, squeaking into the postseason. After returning to the NASCAR Xfinity Series in 2017, Annett had first-year crew chief Jason Stockert leading the way. Scoring just seven …

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Austin Cindric Doubles Down, Sweeps Kentucky in Xfinity Series

In a matter of two days, Austin Cindric has doubled his win total in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. With a near-flawless performance in the Alsco 300 at Kentucky Speedway, the Team Penske campaigner backed up his victory in the previous night’s Shady Rays 200 to claim his fourth career victory. …

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NASCAR Stat Sheet: Small Teams Come to Play at Charlotte

When NASCAR takes to its backyard track at Charlotte Motor Speedway, historically, it’s dominated by the larger teams in each respective series. And sure, all three national touring races were won by Goliaths this week, but the smaller teams were there… right there. Let’s dig into what drivers and teams …

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Eyes on Xfinity: Excitement Upon Returning to Racing

Twelve days. Twelve freaking days. Last Thursday (April 30), NASCAR announced the 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series season would resume at Darlington Raceway on Tuesday, May 19, in its first of two races at the venue this season. The track will also host its scheduled Labor Day Weekend event. While there …

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The Underdog House: Dillon Makes It a Ty Game in Phoenix

Top Dog Ty Dillon keeps popping up at the top of this list, much in the way that Matt DiBenedetto and Chris Buescher have in recent years. The difference between those drivers and Dillon is that Ty seems to be interested in building a long-term future at his current team. …

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Brandon Brown Switching to No. 68, Brandonbilt Motorsports Hoping for 2 Full-Time Cars in 2020

Brandon Brown surprised many in his rookie NASCAR Xfinity Series season last year, and he’ll be back again full time for family-operated Brandonbilt Motorsports in 2020 — though he’ll be sporting somewhat of a new number. Brown will drive the No. 68 full time in the series in 2020, he …

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