Ty Majeski propels Chad Bryant Racing to Victory Lane at Florence Motor Speedway

Ty Majeski, driver of the No. 77 Chad Bryant Racing Toyota wins the inaugural South Carolina 400 at Florence Motor Speedway Photo Credit: Brandon Zumbach | Speed51

Ty Majeski propels Chad Bryant Racing to Victory Lane at Florence Motor Speedway

FLORENCE, S.C.: Ty Majeski overtook JR Motorsports’ Josh Berry with 25 laps to go in the South Carolina 400 Saturday night at Florence (S.C.) Motor Speedway to win the inaugural Late Model Series Stock event for Chad Bryant Racing (CBR).

Just 24 hours earlier, Majeski and his Mooresville, N.C.-based team were spending a late night at the race track after engine problems hindered Majeski’s opportunity to turn laps in his No. 77 Chad Bryant Racing Toyota on Friday.

A resilient effort from the Chad Bryant Racing team and extra support from fellow Late Model team JR Motorsports saw the swap to a borrowed spec engine complete and Majeski set for a likely uphill battle.

Though Majeski, 25, qualified 14th on Saturday afternoon, the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver knew he would have 225 laps to get to the front.

At the drop of the green flag, the three-time ARCA Menards Series winner wasted no time muscling his way towards the top-10.

Less than 50 laps into the race, Majeski has hustled his way inside the top-five battling Berry, Timothy Peters, Lee Pulliam and Sam Yarbrough.

By Lap 75, Majeski had moved into second behind Berry and remained there through the Lap 100 race break.

Following a 15-minute break, Majeski and the CBR team worked on the handling of his No. 77 Chad Bryant Racing Toyota and despite falling to fifth on the restart, it was all part of the strategy.

Majeski patiently hovered inside the top-five while trying to conserve his tires for later in the race.

Despite battling a tight race car, team owner Chad Bryant gave his driver the OK to press the attack on tires and quickly, Majeski began making moves and climbed back to fourth by Lap 160.

By Lap 188, Majeski had moved around Yarbrough for second and set his sights on Berry for the lead. Two laps later, Majeski caught Berry and the two veterans Late Model drivers put on a classic clinic for the race lead – with the two-fighting racing hard but clean for the top spot.

With 25 laps to go, Majeski was able to clear the JR Motorsports champion Late Model driver and take the lead for the first time in the race.

By Lap 115, Majeski had distanced himself from Berry by half-a-second – a big enough gap that allowed the Seymour, Wisc. native to keep his challenger at bay and take the inaugural South Carolina 400 victory.

The victory was impressive by Majeski, touted as one of the best in a Super Late Model, but Saturday night was his debut in a Late Model Stock.

Despite his inexperience with the vehicle, Majeski quickly adjusted and continued his winning ways in an impressive fashion.

“Unbelievable win for all of us at Chad Bryant Racing,” said Majeski. “Proud of everyone involved. This was such a cool win for so many different reasons.”

He added in Victory Lane, “Man, this is unbelievable.  I worked these guys so hard this weekend.  I’m used to a Super Late Model, and they naturally drive better. We had two engine changes.  We tested a couple of weeks ago, and we were never happy with it at any point.

“It’s awesome.  I’m just really thankful Chad (Bryant) gave me this opportunity to run with his guys, Paul Andrews and everybody.  It’s a great group. He gave me a shot last year when my career appeared to be over and we won three ARCA races together.  He put me in this thing not knowing what would happen, and, man, unbelievable.”

Majeski also gave appreciation to Berry and his JR Motorsports team who stepped up to the plate to assist him and the Chad Bryant Racing team after losing two motors Friday.

“Also, I can’t say enough about Josh Berry and the JR Motorsports guys for lending an engine and helping us put it in last night,” added Majeski. “Class act people.”

Team owner Chad Bryant offered nothing but praises for his driver and team.

“I’m so proud of Ty (Majeski) and everyone on this Chad Bryant Racing team,” said Bryant. “Ty drove a flawless race and played the strategy perfectly and was able to beat the best of the best in his Late Model Stock debut with Chad Bryant Racing.

“We are so blessed to have a driver of his capabilities and talent behind the wheel. I also can’t thank Josh Berry and JR Motorsports team enough for their support in our time of need and I hope to repay the favor down the road if needed.”

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Photo Caption | Credit: Ty Majeski, driver of the No. 77 Chad Bryant Racing Toyota wins the inaugural South Carolina 400 at Florence Motor Speedway (Photo Credit: Brandon Zumbach | Speed51).

Kris Wright to wrap up 2020 season at Phoenix International Raceway

Kris Wright to wrap up 2020 season at Phoenix International Raceway

AVONDALE, Ariz.: Still riding the momentum of his career-best ARCA Menards Series finish last month at Kansas Speedway, newcomer Kris Wright and Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) head to Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway eyeing a top-five finish in Saturday’s Arizona Lottery 100.

Wright has spent the 2020 season adjusting to stock cars after an impressive career in sports cars and while the adjustment has proven to be challenging at times, the recent performances including back-to-back top-10 finishes at Memphis (Tenn.) International Raceway and Kansas have the ARCA rookie optimistic about tackling Phoenix’s 1.0-mile track.

“I’m really excited about going to Phoenix this weekend,” said Wright. “It feels like it’s been forever since I’ve been in an ARCA car, but it’s only been a few weeks.

“We’ve made some really good gains over the summer and fall and I’m looking forward to closing out the year with another strong finish with the Chad Bryant Racing team.”

In addition to ARCA and a start in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, Wright has also been competing in select Late Model races. The influx of knowledge the Wexford, Pa. native has consumed has proven so beneficial.

Expected to compete in one of his most competitive races of the season, Wright is thankful for the experience and hopes it will prove to be valuable when the green flag drops in the ARCA Menards Series West season finale.

“I’ve learned a lot this year despite the hurdles with COVID-19 and all,” Wright added. “Whether it be NASCAR or ARCA or whatever I’ve raced, everything helps. Everyone on this Chad Bryant Racing team has been patient with me but also given me the motivation and confidence to go out there and race hard.

“That’s what we are going to do this weekend. Go to Phoenix and race hard and see what we can come up with.”

Even though Wright, 26, has never seen Phoenix before, he’ll have time to get adjusted with an hour of group practice and qualifying on Saturday morning shortly before the race.

“It certainly is going to be helpful to have that track time before the race,” sounded Wright. “The lack of practice and even qualifying definitely can make the race weekend tricky, but at least with practice, we’ll have an opportunity to set a good baseline and have a starting point for the race.

“Once the green flag drops, it’s not about holding anything back but rather just going out there and getting the best finish possible, so everyone leaves Phoenix content and satisfied.”

PPG, Mastertech, iHeart Radio and First National Bank will all support Wright’s efforts on Nov. 7 at Phoenix.

Industry veteran and former NASCAR Cup Series crew chief Paul Andrews will call the shots on Saturday for Wright.

For more on Kris Wright, please visit, kriswrightmotorsports.com, like him on Facebook (Kris Wright Racing) and follow him on Twitter (@kriswrightraces).

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The Arizona Lottery 100 (100 laps | 100 miles) is the 11th of 11th races on the 2020 ARCA Menards Series West schedule. Group Practice begins Sat., Nov. 7, 2020, with a one-hour practice session from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 12:00 p.m., televised live on NBC Sports’ TrackPass. ARCARacing.com will also stream live timing and scoring throughout the entire day’s festivities. All times are local (Mountain).

Teenage sensation William Cox wins Fall Classic 2020

Up and comer gives glimpse of future with monumental win at Orange County Speedway
RALEIGH, N.C. (Oct. 30, 2020): 15-year-old William Cox is continuing his own personal tradition of excellence in auto racing after recently winning the Fall Classic season finale at Orange County (N.C.) Speedway on Oct. 24, 2020.
Battling the best of the best in the region, Cox was able to dominate the night in his Chad Bryant Racing Late Model at the 3/8-mile asphalt oval. Despite qualifying sixth, Cox was able to quickly head to the front and take control of the event early and never look back. leading the most laps in the 75-lap Late Model division event.
“This was a huge win for me and the Chad Bryant Racing team,” said Cox. “My goal is to keep winning and my dream to make it all the way to the NASCAR Cup Series. I’ve had the opportunity to work with some of the best coaches in the motorsports industry and I’m truly blessed for their guidance not only this weekend but their support over these last few years.”
Under the leadership of team owner Chad Bryant, Cox was able to put on a clinic in his second race with the Mooresville, N.C. team. The 2016 ARCA Menards Series championship team was able to build on their debut together at Southern National (N.C.) Motorsports Park and accelerate the results quickly by hoisting a trophy.
“I’ve been around a lot of talented drivers in my career and based on our brief relationship, William is certainly going to turn heads and make statements,” offered Bryant. “We’re proud of his success at Orange County and look forward to seeing him strengthen his resume next year.”
Earlier this year after spending three years of competing in Karts, Mazda Miatas and Legends Cars, Cox was presented with the next challenge in his racing endeavor – the chance to begin testing a Late Model Stock.
Following a successful test and with a dedicated crew behind him, Cox took the next step in his Motorsports path and left his success in the Legends Car behind.
At the tenure age of 15, it didn’t take long for people to notice the talent of Cox behind the wheel of a Late Model.
By June, he joined the Carolina Pro Model Series with DLP Motorsports and running a limited schedule with Dexter Canipe of 3D Motorsports. A month later he was in Victory Lane at the historic Tri-County Speedway.
Since the win, he has continued to hone his skills at the legendary Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway – battling some of the best Late Model drivers in the country, adding crucial laps behind the wheel to his growing resume.
Touted as one of the youngest rising stars on track with the style of an experience veteran, Cox is certain to continue to turn heads entering the next phase of competition in the CARS Tour in 2021.
For more on William Cox, please visit williamcoxracing.com, like him on Facebook, follow him on Twitter (@willcox3racing) and Instagram (@willcox3racing).
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Kris Wright optimistic about Bristol Motor Speedway debut

Kris Wright optimistic about Bristol Motor Speedway debut

BRISTOL, Tenn: On the heels of his career-best finish two weeks ago at Lebanon I-44 Speedway, Kris Wright is heading to Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway for Thursday night’s Bush’s Beans 200 realizing it will likely be his biggest ARCA Menards Series challenge yet.

Embracing a road course, a high-speed 2.0-mile track and a couple of short tracks this summer between ARCA and the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series, Wright is quickly adding tracks to his stock car resume but when it comes to Thunder Valley, the rookie understands he’s about to tackle a whole new world.

“I’m actually excited about heading to Bristol Motor Speedway this week,” said Wright who will make his fourth career ARCA start in the No. 12 Chevrolet.

“I realize Bristol is going to be like nothing that I’ve experienced before, but I’m heading there with an open mind and a lot of confidence that I can get the job done for our partners and the Chad Bryant Racing team.”

With the ARCA Menards Series race embedded with the competitors of the ARCA Menards Series East on Thursday night, Wright will have to tackle nearly double the competition in the Bush’s Beans 200, but the sports car standout sees the extra competition as a good thing.

“The more the competition the better I feel like it can help me become a better stock car racer,” he said. “My track time is going to be limited on Thursday before the race, but I know that there is going to be several different drivers in the race that have turned laps at Bristol in the past.

“I need to use that to my advantage. In practice, I need to get behind an experienced driver and just follow and see if I can run their line. It’s also about getting our car dialed in. Without any qualifying, we’re going to be starting mid-pack and I just want to make sure the car feels good so we can get after it when the green flag waves.”

As an added benefit this week at Bristol will be the addition of a teammate for Wright at Chad Bryant Racing. Derek Griffith, the impressive short track phenom will also make his ARCA Menards Series debut at Bristol this week.

But, with Griffith’s background hailing from short tracks around the country, Wright is keen at having the opportunity to chat with his teammate about the fundamentals of not only Bristol but short track racing as a whole.

“I’ve heard a lot about Derek and look forward to racing with him on Thursday night at Bristol,” mentioned Wright. “I know he’s never been at Bristol before – but his forte his short tracks so I know there’s going to be a number of things that I can learn from him for not only Bristol but hopefully down the road too.”

In addition to Bristol, Wright will drive a Chad Bryant Racing car in the upcoming ARCA Menards Series races at Memphis (Tenn.) International Raceway and the season-finale at Kansas Speedway.

He will also compete in the last race of the ARCA Menards Series West season at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway in November.

PPG, Mastertech, iHeart Radio and First National Bank will all support Wright’s efforts on Sept. 17 at Bristol.

For more on Kris Wright, please visit, kriswrightmotorsports.com, like him on Facebook (Kris Wright Racing) and follow him on Twitter (@kriswrightraces).

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The Bush’s Beans 200 (200 laps | 106.6 miles) is the 16th of 20 races on the 2020 ARCA Menards Series schedule. Group practice begins Thurs., Sept. 17, 2020 with a forty-five-minute practice session from 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 9:30 p.m., televised live on FOX Sports 1, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the entire day’s festivities. All times are local (Eastern).

Kris Wright returns to Chad Bryant Racing for Lebanon’s I-44 Speedway

Kris Wright returns to Chad Bryant Racing for Lebanon’s I-44 Speedway

LEBANON, Mo: ARCA Menards Series Rookie Kris Wright and Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) have paired together again for Saturday night’s Zinsser SmartCoat 200 at Lebanon I-44 Speedway.

The sports car standout and Chad Bryant Racing led by NASCAR championship crew chief Paul Andrews plan to bounce back from transmission problems last weekend at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway that hindered Wright the opportunity to net his first career ARCA top-10 finish.

“Looking forward to this chance and getting back into an ARCA car for a second consecutive week,” said Wright. “Of course, we didn’t have the finish we were hoping for at Gateway, but it was a situation that was out of everyone’s hands.

“We’ll go to I-44 Speedway this weekend and look for an impressive rebound.”

The good news for Wright is unlike his two prior ARCA starts at Michigan International Speedway and Gateway where he had limited amounts of track time because of the COVID-19 protocols, the event schedule is stacked this weekend with nearly an hour of practice, two laps of qualifying and 200-laps of classic short track racing.

Being a rookie driver and learning to hone his craft in a stock car, the track time is priceless for the Wexford, Pa. native.

“I’m really thankful to have as much track time as we do this weekend at I-44 Speedway,” added Wright. “In making the transition to stock cars, nothing accounts more than actual track time behind the wheel.

“Luckily for us as a team, as far as we can tell have been to 1-44 Speedway in one of these cars – so everyone will be basically on the same playing field for practice and the day. We’re going to work hard in practice to get the car balanced to where I am comfortable and hopefully have some speed.

“From there, we’ll see how qualifying goes and look for a top-10 or better for the race on Saturday night. I appreciate the hard work of Paul (Andrews), Chad (Bryant) and the rest of the No. 22 CBR guys for helping make this weekend possible.”

No stranger to working with new drivers, team owner Chad Bryant believes the 25-year-old will impress the competition soon.

“Kris is a fierce competitor,” added Bryant. “He isn’t afraid to go fast. He showed that last weekend at Gateway. I think he is transitioning well from sports cars to stock cars and it won’t be long before he is contending for wins.”

In addition to I-44 Speedway, Wright will drive a Chad Bryant Racing car in the upcoming ARCA Menards Series races at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Memphis (Tenn.) International Raceway and the season-finale at Kansas Speedway.

He will also compete in the last race of the ARCA Menards Series West season at Phoenix (Ariz.) Raceway in November.

PPG, Mastertech, iHeart Radio and First National Bank will all support Wright’s efforts this weekend at Lebanon I-44 Speedway.

For more on Kris Wright, please visit, kriswrightmotorsports.com, like him on Facebook (Kris Wright Racing) and follow him on Twitter (@kriswrightraces).

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The Zinsser SmartCoat 200 (200 laps | 75 miles) is the 14th of 20 races on the 2020 ARCA Menards Series schedule. Practice begins Sat. Sept. 5, 2020 with a forty-five-minute practice session from 4:00 p.m. – 4: 45 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is slated for 6:00 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 8:00 p.m., televised live on MAVTV and NBC Sports’ Track Pass, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the entire day’s festivities. All times are local (Central).

Kris Wright to make Chad Bryant Racing debut at World Wide Technology Raceway

Kris Wright to make Chad Bryant Racing debut at World Wide Technology Raceway

MOORESVILLE, N.C.: Officials from Chad Bryant Racing announced today that sports car standout Kris Wright will make his ARCA Menards Series team debut in Saturday night’s Dutch Boy 150 at the World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway.

Wright will make his second ARCA Menards Series start of the season after competing in the VizCom 200 at Michigan International Speedway earlier this month for GMS Racing.

The 25-year-old will pilot the team’s flagship No. 22 entry in the 150-lap event under the leadership of veteran crew chief Paul Andrews.

Wright is transitioning to stock cars following a successful stint in sports cars, including a second-place finish in the LMP2 class in the 2019 Rolex 24 at Daytona.

The Wexford, Pa. naïve also claimed the IMSA Prototype Challenge championship (LMP3) in 2019 after scoring the IMSA Prototype Challenge Rookie of the Year honors in 2017.

In addition to two ARCA Menards Series West starts at Utah Motorsports Campus where he finished second and third in June, he also made his NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (NGROTS) debut two weeks ago at the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway Road Course.

“I’m thankful for the opportunity to drive for Chad Bryant Racing this weekend at Gateway,” said Wright. “Chad (Bryant) and Paul (Andrews) are giving me an opportunity to continue to build a stock car resume with their organization.

“The team has shown over the years that not only do they have fast race cars, but they are a winning and championship-caliber team. I hope we can have a successful debut at Gateway on Saturday night.”

Bryant, a championship-winning ARCA Menards Series crew chief is looking forward to seeing Wright showcase his craft.

“Kris is eager to learn and his personality fits our mold here at Chad Bryant Racing,” offered Bryant. “He has had a successful career in and he is eager to come to ARCA and showcase his ability.

“Gateway isn’t the easiest track, but I feel it’s a place he can quickly find his groove and be a contender for the race on Saturday night.”

For more on Kris Wright, please visit, kriswrightmotorsports.com, like him on Facebook (Kris Wright Racing) and follow him on Twitter (@kriswrightraces).

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The Dutch Boy 150 (120 laps | 150 miles) is the 13th of 20 races on the 2020 ARCA Menards Series schedule. Practice begins Sat. Aug. 29, 2020 with a half-hour group practice session from 10:30 a.m. – 11: -00a.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 5:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on MAVTV, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the entire day’s festivities. All times are local (Central).

Late race transmission woes hinder better finish for Parker Chase and Chad Bryant Racing at Daytona Road Course

Daytona International Speedway Road Course | General Tire 100 Race Recap

Team: No. 22 VerticalBridge | Enertech Resources Ford Fusion

Driver: Parker Chase

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Start: Eighth (Based on ARCA owner points)

Finish: 10th (28 | 28 laps completed)

Parker Chase Quote: “Our race didn’t go as we had hoped. I thought we were in a good position at the end of the first segment, but it turns out that that was the best part of our race.

“On the restart for the second segment, a couple of cars got together and I had to get into the grass to avoid them and lost a lot of time to the others ahead. Then, we were plagued by the transmission getting stuck in second gear which really spoiled our night.

“Still, I’m thankful for the opportunity of my ARCA Menards Series debut with Chad Bryant Racing and to represent VerticalBridge, Enertech Resources and all of our partners. I look forward to the next chance.”

ARCA Menards Series Next Up: ARCA Menards Series 150 at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway on Sat. Aug. 29, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. (CT.) live on MAVTV.

Parker Chase set to make ARCA Menards Series debut at Daytona Road Course

Parker Chase, No. 22 Vertical Bridge Ford Fusion Layout

Parker Chase set to make ARCA Menards Series debut at Daytona Road Course

MOORESVILLE, N.C.: Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) announced today that development driver Parker Chase will drive the team’s No. 22 Ford Fusion in his ARCA Menards Series debut in this Friday’s General Tire 100 at the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway Road Course.

Chase, 19, will look to put on a show in his series debut as the New Braunfels, Tex. native is an experienced road course veteran and hopes to display his talent of turning lefts and rights in the 29-lap event.

Veteran crew chief Paul Andrews will oversee the effort for Chase’s ARCA debut.

“I’m really excited about my ARCA debut at the Daytona Road Couse this week,” said Chase. “When this race was added to the schedule, we knew we had to put the components in place to go out there and compete.

“I’m thrilled that we’ve been able to put the program together for this race and the relentless effort from the Chad Bryant Racing team should give us great direction in the series’ debut at the Daytona Road Course.”

Chase joined the Mooresville, N.C.-based Chad Bryant Racing team earlier this summer and has competed in select Late Model Stock races in the N.C.-region where he has impressed with speed and finishes inside the top-10.

With limited practice and no qualifying for the competitors, Chase may have a familiar advantage on his competition as the teenager ran in the 2018 and 2019 editions of the Rolex 24 at Daytona in IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship in the GTD Series.

He also participated in a Global Rallycross Lites event at Daytona in 2016.

While the ARCA 14-turn road course is slightly different from his experience in the Rolex 24 at Daytona, Chase still hopes his two years of experience in the coveted race will prove to be an advantage.

“It’s a very short race, so you don’t have a lot of time to make your moves,” added Chase. “You really have to be on your game from Lap 1 and even though we’ll be starting mid-pack, I think we can make some quick gains on the competition and put ourselves in a position to win the race.”

The Texan also rides the momentum of success in his first IMSA podium in the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Series at Road America (Wisc.)

VerticalBridge, Enertech Resources, NXTLVL Marine and Tige Boats will serve as the partners on Chase’s No. 22 Ford Fusion in the 12th race of the season.

Team owner Chad Bryant is upbeat about his rookie driver opportunity to earn the team their first ARCA win of the season on Friday afternoon.

“Parker is going to climb into the No. 22 VerticalBridge | Enertech Resources Ford Fusion and leave nothing on the table,” explained Bryant. “While he is still adjusting to these heavier cars, I think he can overcome the learning curve and carry our Chad Bryant Racing team to the front.

“We’re hungry to put ourselves in contention for a win and it would be awesome to be the inaugural winner of the ARCA Daytona Road Course race.”

For more on Parker Chase, please visit parkerchase.com, like him on Facebook (Parker Chase), Instagram (@parkerchase) and follow him on Twitter (@parker_chase19).

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The General Tire 100 (29 laps | 103 miles) is the 12th of 20 races on the 2020 ARCA Menards Series schedule. Practice begins Fri. Aug. 14, 2020 with an hour group practice session from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 5:00 p.m. The event will be televised live on MAVTV, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the entire day’s festivities. All times are local (Eastern).

Derek Griffith matches career-best ARCA Menards Series with Chad Bryant Racing at Toledo Speedway

Toledo Speedway | Menards.com 200 presented by SPxE Race Recap

Team: No. 22 Original Gourmet™ Food Company Ford Fusion

Driver: Derek Griffith

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Start: Seventh

Finish: Seventh (200 | 200 laps completed)

Derek Griffith Quote: “We fought hard tonight. We just could not get the balance that we needed on our No. 22 Original Gourmet™ Food Company Ford Fusion to run in the top-five and contend for the win.

“We made some gains though, especially following the second segment. I know that Paul (Andrews, crew chief) and Chad (Bryant, team owner) are going to talk and bounce ideas off each other and we’ll make some adjustments ahead of Saturday’s race and hope to be a lot more competitive and leave Toledo with a top-five finish.”

 ARCA Menards Series Next Up: Menards 200 presented by Crosley Brands at Toledo Speedway on Sat. Aug. 1, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. (ET.) live on MAVTV and | or NBC Sports Track Pass Gold.

Derek Griffith delivers another top-10 for Chad Bryant Racing at Kansas Speedway

Kansas Speedway | Dawn 150 Race Recap

Team: No. 22 Original Gourmet™ Food Company Ford Fusion

Driver: Derek Griffith

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Start: 12th (Lineup by 2020 ARCA Menards Series owner points)

Finish: Eighth (100 | 100 laps completed)

Derek Griffith Quote: “I feel like we made a lot more progress with our No. 22 Original Gourmet™ Food Company Ford Fusion at Kansas.

“We cracked the top-six and made some forward momentum and a ton of learning on how to race these stock cars on the bigger tracks. I cannot thank Paul (Andrews, crew chief), Chad (Bryant, team owner) and the rest of the Chad Bryant Racing team for their efforts on making Kansas possible.

“I look forward to the next opportunity.”

 ARCA Menards Series Next Up: Menards.com 200 presented by SPxE at Toledo Speedway on Sat. July 31, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. (ET.) live on MAVTV and | or NBC Sports Gold.