● The OneMain Financial 200 will be Custer’s third NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Dover (Del.) International Speedway and eighth overall start at the concrete mile oval.
● Custer is competing for his eighth consecutive top-10 finish of the season and third consecutive top-10 at Dover. He ranks second in the series in top-10s this season.
● Last weekend at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, Custer charged to second place on the final lap but was shuffled to ninth before the checkered flag.
● No Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series drivers are eligible to race in the OneMain Financial 200 Xfinity Series race at Dover.
● Custer’s best finish in the nine Xfinity Series races run this season is his fourth-place result at Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth.
● Custer has one win, two poles, nine top-five finishes, 28 top-10s and has led 350 laps in 47 career Xfinity Series starts.
● Custer is fifth in the Xfinity Series driver standings with 299 points, 57 behind leader Elliot Sadler.
● Custer has earned two pole awards, seven consecutive top-10s, one top-five and has led 48 laps thus far in 2018.
● The top-four finishers in last weekend’s Sparks Energy 300 at Talladega are eligible for the Dash 4 Cash at Dover. The top finisher of the four drivers will win a $100,000 cash prize. Custer competed in the Dash 4 Cash at Bristol but was five positions short at Talladega to qualify this weekend.
● In Custer’s seven overall starts at Dover, three are in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, two are in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series and two are in the Xfinity Series. Custer’s best overall finish at Dover is fourth, earned in the 2017 Xfinity Series race June 3.
● In the 2015 Truck Series race at Dover, Custer led 67 laps and ran in and around the top-five until lap 138, when a fueling issue pushed him off the lead lap in 13th place, where he would ultimately finish the race.
● In 47 Xfinity Series starts, 42 Camping World Truck Series starts and 29 K&N Pro Series starts since 2015, Custer has five wins, eight poles, 14 top-five finishes, 29 top-10s and 962 laps led at tracks that are a mile in length or shorter.