Harrison Burton NXS News And Charlotte Notes

Harrison Burton

No. 18 DEX Imaging Toyota Supra News and Notes

  • BURTON’S ROVAL DEBUT: This Saturday’s NASCAR Xfinity Series race will be Harrison Burton’s first start on the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL. Burton started fourth and finished 11th in his lone NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series start on Charlotte Motor Speedway’s 1.5-mile oval layout earlier this year.
  • RICHMOND RECAP: Last Friday in Richmond, Burton started sixth and raced his way as high as second early in the 250-lap race. He slipped back to 11th at the end of stage one, but rallied his way forward during stage two and the final segment of the race to finish sixth.
  • OWNERS PLAYOFFS: After the first race of the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs, the No. 18 team is ranked ninth in the Owners’ points standings, only 14 points out of the current cutoff position. Burton is scheduled to drive the No. 18 Supra in the final two races of the opening round.
  • DEX IMAGING: DEX Imaging will be featured as primary sponsor of the No. 18 Supra this weekend in Charlotte. DEX is the nation’s leading independent provider of office technology with a local touch. The company is the largest independent dealer of Kyocera, Konica Minolta and Canon document imaging equipment in the United States selling and servicing printers, copiers, fax units, and digital data management software.
  • JGR ROVAL STATS: Joe Gibbs Racing claimed a pair of top-five finishes in the inaugural NASCAR Xfinity Series race on the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL with Ryan Preece finishing fourth and Christopher Bell ending the day fifth.
  • TUNE IN: Coverage of this week’s race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway ROVAL begins Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network, PRN Radio and Sirius XM NASCAR.

Harrison Burton, Driver of the No. 18 DEX Imaging Toyota Supra

Talk about your mindset heading into your first race on the ROVAL..

“I am really excited to get to the track and try the road course out for myself. This was such an exciting race last year, and I am thrilled to be a part of it. The preparation for these types of races is always hard because you can’t be on the track until right before the race, but I feel like I have prepared as best I can and I am excited for the challenge.”

TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!

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