No. 20 DEX Imaging Toyota Supra News and Notes:
· Turning Right and Left Again: Following a one-week break, Harrison Burton and the NASCAR Xfinity Series return to the track this weekend at Road America for race number 18 of the 2020 season. Burton will be making his first-career NASCAR Xfinity Series start at the 4-mile, 14-turn road circuit on Saturday afternoon.
· Kansas Recap: The NASCAR Xfinity Series hit the track at Kansas Speedway two weeks ago for race number 17 of the 2020 season. After starting in the fifth position, Burton went on to lead eight laps and finished third following a green/white/checkered finish. With his finish, Burton earned his ninth top-five finish of the 2020 season.
· JGR at Road America: Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) has 28 total starts at Road America in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. In those starts, the team has earned one win, five top-five finishes, 13 top-10 finishes and one pole starting position. The team has led 135 laps and earned an average start of 8.3 and an average finish of 13.9.
· Points Update: Heading into Road America on Saturday afternoon, Burton and his DEX Imagining team currently sit sixth in the driver points standings and hold a 177-point lead in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Rookie of the Year standings.
· 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.
· RACE INFO: The Henry 180 at Road America is scheduled for Saturday, August 8, 2020. The race will begin at 12:00 p.m. ET and broadcast live on NBCSN, MRN Radio and SIRIUS XM Channel 90.
From the Cockpit:
You are headed to a couple of road courses that you have no experience on. What do you do to prepare for them?
“I’ve already been working. I used a lot of my Kansas simulator time to work on my road course like Road America and Daytona. Our TRD simulator was really good for Indianapolis. I think all of our teammates fired off really well there. We knew what was where on the track, and I was able to make pretty decent speed. I expect to run top-five there. There is no reason that we can’t. I’ve got a great race team. I have a lot of confidence in myself and hopefully, we can go out and run well. There’s a lot of guys like Austin (Cindric) that have a lot of road course experience that will be tough to overcome, especially my first time there with no practice, but I’m excited for the challenge.”
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!