Cody Coughlin: Dover Is A Very Tricky Place To Race

Cody Coughlin

No. 2 Chevrolet Silverado
Dover Stats
1 start, Finish: 16thSeason Stats
4 starts, 1 top-10 finishAdditional Info
Cody Coughlin will pilot chassis no. 118; a chassis that he ran earlier this season at Atlanta Motor Speedway. GMS Racing teammate Johnny Sauter raced chassis no. 118 five times last year, including at Dover International Speedway en route to his first win of the 2017 season.

-JEGS will sponsor this weekend’s NCWTS race at Dover International Speedway. Coughlin will carry the JEGS onboard camera during the JEGS 200.

– After his last race at Martinsville Speedway over a month ago, Coughlin is sitting 13th in the NCWTS driver point standings.

“While Dover (International Speedway) is a short-track, we’re going so much faster there than we do at most other short-tracks, plus it’s very aero dependent. It’s definitely a tricky place to race at. We had some speed there last year and ran in the top-five for awhile. Plus, now being teammates with Johnny (Sauter) and him winning at Dover last year, I picked his brain for some extra tips. Hopefully, with everything I’ve learned, we can grab a top-five finish if not pull out the win.”

“We want to run well every weekend, but this weekend more than others with JEGS sponsoring the Truck Series race. It’ll be a big weekend for them, and I’m excited to put on a show for all of the friends, family and JEGS employees that will be at the track for the JEGS 200.”


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