No. 20 DEX Imaging Toyota Supra News and Notes:
· Viva Las Vegas: Coming off a career-best second-place finish in the season opening event in Daytona last weekend, Harrison Burton and his DEX Imaging team will look to keep the momentum rolling as the NASCAR Xfinity Series heads to their first mile-and-a-half oval of the 2020 season in Las Vegas this weekend.
· Burton In Las Vegas: While Saturday will mark Burtons’ first career Xfinity Series start at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender is no stranger to racing in the desert. The 19-year old has two starts under his belt in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoor Truck Series in Las Vegas, with one top five and two top-10 finishes on his resume. Burton has completed every lap with an average start of 6.0 and average finish of 7.0.
· JGR in Las Vegas: In 56 combined Xfinity Series starts at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, JGR has earned two wins, 17 top-five finishes, 29 top-10s and four pole starting positions. The team has led 926 laps, with an average start of 10.8 and an average finish of 13.3. Kyle Busch (2016, 2019), has both wins for JGR.
· DEX IMAGING: DEX Imaging returns as a full-time sponsor of Burton and the No. 20 team this season. DEX Imaging is the digital document imaging division of Staples, the world’s largest business solutions provider. DEX sells and services the broadest selection of copiers, printers and data management solutions in the industry, such as Konica Minolta, Canon, Kyocera and HP. What makes DEX unique is its people, whose combined knowledge of cutting-edge business technologies and depth of service experience is unmatched. DEX Imaging’s success is directly tied to its mission: to help customers of all sizes drive down document-related expenses while improving productivity.
From the Cockpit:
Harrison Burton: “ I’m really excited to get back to work and behind the wheel of my DEX IMAGING Toyota Supra this weekend in Las Vegas. Daytona was a lot of fun and while we came up just a spot short, I think my team and I have really built some momentum that we can carry through this weekend. Las Vegas is different from any mile-and-a-half track we go to, so we will have to be on top of our game once again to have a solid run this weekend. I’m looking forward to the race and getting our West Coast Swing off to a good start on Saturday afternoon.”
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!