Author: Emily Venturini


Series: ARCA Menards Series

Track: DuQuoin State Fairgrounds

Race: Southern Illinois 100

Duration: 100 laps / 100 miles

Date / TV: 9/3/2023 – 9 p.m. ET on FS2

VMS Previous Success at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds:
● Christian Eckes, 2019
● Logan Seavey, 2018
● Tom Hessert, 2016
● Steve April, 2010

Jesse Love Extends his Championship Lead: With a second place finish at the Milwaukee Mile, Jesse Love extended his point lead by a dominating 120 points, gaining an extra six point lead from the previous week at the Illinois State Fairgrounds. To top that, Love has eight wins, 13 top 5’s, and four pole awards with five races to go in the 2023 season.

Brent Crews Eyeing the Performance Seed Dirt Double Bonus: After Brent Crews’ dominating win at Springfield, he became the only driver eligible to chase the Performance Seed Dirt Double Bonus with a potential $34,500 paycheck if he finds victory lane this weekend at DuQuoin. After leading more than half of the race at Springfield (64 of 100 laps total), Crews will look to repeat his dominant performance to secure a historic payday this weekend.

Sean Hingorani Takes on the Dirt Scene: Sean Hingorani will not only be making his ARCA dirt debut, but DuQuoin will mark Hingorani’s first attempt on a dirt track at any level of his racing career. Already proven to be a quick learner and excel on all platforms, Hingorani plans to carry that approach into DuQuoin.

Dominance on Dirt: Venturini Motorsports heads to DuQuoin already having 11 previous wins on dirt tracks since 2010. This year at Springfield, Venturini Motorsports drivers Jesse Love and Brent Crews combined to lead all 100 laps of the race. With such recent and past continued success at dirt tracks, VMS drivers will be hungry to get to victory lane at DuQuoin.

Crew Chiefs:
● Kevin Reed Jr. – No. 15
● Shannon Rursch – No. 20
● Monon Rahman – No. 25

Sean Hingorani – No. 15 Fidelity Capital Toyota Camry
Regarding the DuQuoin Race: I’m excited to see how this weekend goes. I think it will go well and it’ll be fun to try something new. I’ve been doing lots of iracing to prepare. Racing with some very talented guys in the ARCA Menards Series in the dirt will help me when I get back to the West coast.

Jesse Love – No. 20 GEARWRENCH Toyota Camry
Regarding the DuQuoin Race: Honestly I would have liked to have won Springfield so that I could have a shot at the big money on the line, but I still have motivation going into the race because I want to make up losing at Springfield. I believe we have a good shot at it and just need to qualify well and keep it up front. I ran second here last year after starting on the pole, broke something leading, we fixed it, I drove back up to second and then the rain came and rained us out.

Brent Crews – No. 25 Yahoo-Mobil 1 Toyota Camry
Regarding the DuQuoin Race: Knowing we had such a fast racecar, were able to keep that speed the whole race, and then pit and had even faster speed, is huge momentum going into this weekend, especially since this is a dirt race. When you win on dirt and go back to a similar place on dirt, it really boosts your confidence, especially working with the same car and same people. It’s super uplifting.


Series: ARCA Menards Series 

Track: Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

Race: Reese’s 200 at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park

Duration: 200 laps / 137.2 miles

Date / TV: 8/11/2023 – 6 pm ET on FS1 and FloRacing

Previous Success at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park: 

  • 2018, Christian Eckes
  • 2019, Chandler Smith
  • 2020, Chandler Smith
  • 2022, Chandler Smith

Jesse Love Dominating the ARCA Championship: Jesse Love is currently leading the 2023 ARCA Menards Series Season in impressive fashion, holding a commanding 82-point lead in the drivers’ championship standings. His outstanding performance includes securing six victories and achieving top five finishes in 9 out of the 11 races he has participated in this season. Notably, he has also earned three General Tire Pole Awards.

No. 20 Team Leading the Owner’s Championship: The No. 20 team has been a force in this season’s competition. Holding a 9-point advantage in the owners’ championship standings and securing 7 wins across both the main and east series, the team aims to further extend their lead in the upcoming races.

Success for Sean Hingorani in the West Series: Sean Hingorani is making his return to the main series after a series of victories in the west series. Notably, Hingorani clinched his third ARCA win at Shasta Speedway, alongside crew chief Kevin Reed Jr. This triumph significantly reduced the gap in points to the drivers’ ARCA West championship leader, with only a 7-point difference separating Hingorani from the top position.

Conner Jones Pulling Double Duty: Conner Jones is taking on a challenge this weekend making his debut at Lucas Oil Raceway while also set to compete in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series event at the same venue.

Toni Breidinger Gaining Momentum: Toni Breidinger has made remarkable progress in the current season. Notably, she achieved her best-ever finish in the ARCA series at Berlin, and her success continued with three consecutive top ten finishes. She matched her career-best performance at Iowa as well.

Upcoming Triple-Header for VMS: VMS is embracing the ambitious task of competing in three series this season. This endeavor involves a packed race calendar with quick turnarounds. As the team prepares for the upcoming Lucas Oil Raceway event, they are also focusing on the subsequent weekend, during which they will compete in three races across three different states. This includes two main series races at Watkins Glen (August 18) and Springfield (August 20), in addition to the West series race at Evergreen (August 19).

Extending Their Record: Venturini Motorsports has held the record of winningest team in the history of the series since Corey Heim’s victory at the at the opening race of the 2022 season at Daytona International Speedway. 13 wins later, the team’s record has been extended their series win tally to an impressive 93.

​​Crew Chiefs: 

  • Kevin Reed Jr. – No. 15
  • Shannon Rursch – No. 20
  • Cayden Lapcevich – No. 25
  • Monon Rahman – No. 55


Jesse Love – No. 20 JBL Toyota Camry

Regarding the Lucas Oil Race: I look forward to going to IRP. I think it’s a similar package to Berlin. With that comes confidence for our team. It’s a great opportunity for me as well since we are racing in front of truck teams. 

Conner Jones – No. 25 Jones Utilities Toyota Camry

Regarding the Lucas Oil Race: I’m really looking forward to this race. It’s at a track I’ve never been to before, and it looks like a lot of fun. I’m grateful for the chance to compete in both the ARCA car and the truck, it adds an extra layer of excitement.


Venturini Motorsports (VMS) is excited to introduce a new member to their lineup of drivers for the 2023 season. 15-year-old Brent Crews is set to join VMS for a pair of highly anticipated ARCA races this year – the General Tire 100 at Watkins Glen International (August 18) and Dutch Boy 100 at Illinois State Fairgrounds (August 20).

Crews arrives with an impressive racing portfolio that speaks volumes about his potential. With aspirations of reaching the pinnacle of NASCAR, he expresses his enthusiasm for climbing the motorsports ladder: “I’m so excited to have the opportunity to run with such a great team at two amazing race tracks. I’m looking forward to Watkins Glen next weekend.” 

Crews has already made his mark on the racing world, clinching a Trans Am Series victory at just 14 years old, making him the youngest winner ever in the Series. His remarkable performance at Road America not only earned him the distinction of youngest Motul Pole Award winner, but also saw him taking the checkered flag. He followed up this success with another triumph at the Music City Grand Prix.

With an impressive track record already established in the 2023 season, Crews has demonstrated his skill with victories at three distinct courses: NOLA Motorsports Park, Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix, and Road America. His aptitude for excelling on road courses is bound to serve him well as he gears up to take on Watkins Glen alongside Venturini Motorsports.

In addition to taking on the iconic road course, Crews will also be showcasing his talent for dirt racing at this season’s Springfield race. Crews has demonstrated himself to be a talented dirt racer with an impressive five wins in the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League. 

Team owner Billy Venturini has expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration with Crews, stating, “We had the opportunity to work with him when he was just 14 at the Toyota Combine. He’s an incredibly talented young driver. It’s quite interesting to welcome our first driver who is younger than my own children.” 

Carrying the support of Mobil 1, Crews will be working alongside crew chief Monon Rahman and the No. 25 crew at Watkins Glen. Rahman conveyed, “ We’ve all had Brent’s debut with VMS circled on our calendar. He’s already been a huge help with our road course program this year on the sim side, and I can’t wait to see how it translates with him at the track.” 

Crews will make his ARCA Menards Series debut on August 18th at Watkins Glen International. The race will be available live on FS1 at 6pm ET.



During the weekend, 18-year-old Jesse Love continued his successful season by achieving his sixth ARCA win of the 2023 season at the Henry Ford Health 200 held at Michigan International Speedway. His outstanding performance in the race has put him in a commanding position, leading the drivers’ championship standings by an impressive 82 points. With a total of 8 ARCA career victories under his belt, Love has consistently demonstrated his remarkable racing skills and raw speed. 

The Michigan race was nothing short of thrilling, with 12 changes in race leaders and six caution periods, making it a day filled with intense drama. Despite feeling unwell at the start of the weekend, Love persevered and climbed up from 6th place on the grid, engaging in a competitive battle for the lead with his teammate, Gus Dean.

The most memorable moments of the day for Love occurred during the final two restarts. In a one-lap shootout, he took the lead on a green and white flag restart, but the race was interrupted by a collision further back in the field, leading to another restart attempt. This time, Love found himself alongside teammate Gus Dean, and he skillfully managed to hold off Dean’s challenge to secure the checkered flag. The team’s efforts paid off, as Dean brought the No. 25 car home in second place, resulting in an impressive one-two finish for the team.

As usual, Love showed immense gratitude, openly expressing his appreciation for his team after the event, “I’ve got a phenomenal crew chief in Shannon Rursch who just makes my job really easy. And Billy Venturini gives us all the resources we need.” 

The championship battle will carry on this weekend at the Reese’s 200, taking place at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park on August 11th. Fans can catch the live broadcast of the race on FS1 at 6pm ET. 


Series: ARCA Menards Series 

Track: Michigan International Speedway

Race: Henry Ford Health 200

Duration: 100 laps / 200 miles

Date / TV: 8/4/2023 – 6 pm ET on FS1 and FloRacing

Previous Success at Michigan International Speedway: 

  • 2010, Mikey Kile
  • 2013, Brennan Poole
  • 2014, Austin Theriault
  • 2019, Michael Self

Jesse Love Leading the ARCA Championship: In the 2023 ARCA Menards Series Season, Jesse Love has been an absolute force. With an impressive tally of five victories and three General Tire Pole Awards, he currently commands the championship standings with a remarkable 69-point lead. 

Kris Wright Makes his VMS Debut: Kris Wright, the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series (NCTS) driver, is set to make his VMS debut in the ARCA Menards Series race at the Michigan International Speedway. He will be carrying the support of F.N.B. Corporation for his first race with the team.

Gus Dean Returns for 4th Start of the Season: After achieving impressive results with the team, Gus Dean is making a comeback to the VMS lineup. His contributions helped VMS to a fantastic one-two finish at Talladega, securing a solid second place. Notably, in 2022, he consistently finished in the top five in every race with the team, including a strong performance at Michigan International Speedway. 

Jake Finch’s First Outing at Michigan: This weekend Jake Finch is set to take on his first race at Michigan International Speedway in the ARCA Menards Series. Having joined the team for two races this season, he has already showcased his talent with remarkable results, achieving top ten finishes in both outings. Notably, his first race of 2023 season with the team at Dover Motor Speedway ended in victory. 

VMS’ Record Extended: The team already renowned as the winningest in the history of the series, has now achieved an incredible milestone of 92 victories. Throughout this season, their drivers have been in exceptional form, with Jesse Love securing five wins, Jake Finch adding one to the tally, and Sean Hingorani contributing three victories. Additionally, the team has been impressive in qualifying, collecting 7 pole awards, and their exceptional teamwork has resulted in three one-two finishes.

Closing the Championship Gap: Venturini Motorsports is asserting dominance in the main series championship with a commanding lead of 69 points. Not stopping there, the team is also vying for another championship title in the ARCA Menards Series West, with Sean Hingorani as their contender. Hingorani’s recent triumph at Shasta Speedway significantly narrowed the points gap, now standing at just seven points behind the lead. With four races left in the season, VMS is determined to claim both championship titles. 

Crew Chiefs: 

  • Monon Rahman – No. 15
  • Shannon Rursch – No. 20
  • Kevin Reed Jr. – No. 25
  • Cayden Lapcevich – No. 55

Jake Finch – No. 15 Phoenix Toyota Camry

Regarding the Michigan Race: I’m super excited to go to Michigan and work with everyone at Venturini Motorsports again. I’m also looking forward to teaming up with Monon Rahman and the whole 15 team this weekend.

Jesse Love – No. 20 JBL Toyota Camry

Regarding the Michigan Race: Coming off of Pocono I think we have shown how fast our organization is as a whole. I know we would all like to continue that at Michigan. With the rule changes it will be faster than we have seen the last couple of years. I like going fast so I’m all for that!

Gus Dean – No. 25 Dean Custom Air Toyota Camry

Regarding the Michigan Race: I feel this is my time to shine and I believe that I can step up to the plate and put our No. 25 Dean Custom Air Toyota in Victory Lane. Michigan is about having that perfect balance and getting your car to maneuver through the bumps and being able to position yourself to make moves at any point in time. I have learned a lot about Michigan over the years and I plan to apply all of that knowledge on Friday afternoon.

Kris Wright – No. 55 F.N.B. Corporation Toyota Camry

Regarding the Michigan Race: I’m excited to be driving the No. 55 F.N.B. Corporation Toyota Camry for Venturini Motorsports. I’m looking forward to being in good equipment for this race. Michigan International Speedway was my first big oval race, and I am excited to return!

Shannon Rursch – Crew Chief of the No. 20 JBL Toyota Camry

Regarding the Michigan Race: I am looking forward to racing Michigan with Jesse and the entire 20 team. Jesse has been a quick study at the intermediate races and I have high expectations when we race Michigan on Friday.


Sean Hingorani made a triumphant return to the West coast, thrilling spectators at the ARCA Menards Series West Shasta 150. With a strong starting position from second on the grid, Hingorani was able to skillfully maneuver his way to the front, taking the lead with 39 laps remaining. Demonstrating his impeccable racecraft, he managed to hold on to the position when faced with a late race restart.

The checkered flag marked not only his third career ARCA win but also a significant achievement in regards to the West Series Championship standings. By securing the victory, Hingorani impressively cut the points gap in half, putting him in a prime position to contend for the championship title. 

The post-victory celebrations were electric. Hingorani and his team climbed the fence in triumph, before the driver joined the fans in the stands. Racing to the top, he handed over his checkered flag to a young fan in a heartwarming gesture.

Gratitude poured from Hingorani as he credited his success to the exceptional teamwork and support from his Venturini Motorsports team,  “Venturini guys, Kevin Reed Jr., all these guys gave me a great car today. Can’t thank them enough. So pumped to get this win.”

Ellated, Hingorani confidently expressed his optimism for the rest of the season when questioned about the race’s impact on his points standing, “It’s huge. I think we’re going to get it.”

With only five races left in the season, the excitement and anticipation are at an all-time high. The West Series action will resume on August 19th at Evergreen Speedway, promising another exciting race for fans. The race will kick off at 9:30pm ET and will be available for live viewing on FloRacing.


Series: ARCA Menards Series West

Track: Shasta Speedway

Race: Shasta 150 at Shasta Speedway

Duration: 150 laps / 56.3 miles

Date / TV: 7/29/2023 – 8:30 pm PT/ 11:30 pm ET on FloRacing

Sean Hingorani’s Success out West: Hingorani is experiencing remarkable success out West in his rookie season. Having secured two West Series victories, Hingorani’s progress is evident. He achieved his inaugural ARCA victory at Irwindale Speedway before promptly following it up with another triumph at Kern County Raceway. Going into the Shasta race weekend he is only 14 points away from leading in the West Series championship battle. 

Hingorani’s First Main Series Pole Award: During the current season, Hingorani earned his first General Tire Pole Award at the East Series race held at Flat Rock Speedway. Building on this success, he was able to secure another pole award at the West Series race at Irwindale Speedway. More recently, Hingorani reached another significant milestone by obtaining his first main series pole award at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Working in collaboration with crew chief Monon Rahman, this achievement also marked Rahman’s inaugural General Tire Pole Award as a crew chief. 

Meet Sean Hingorani at Shasta: ARCA will be hosting an autograph session under the grand-stands at Shasta Raceway prior to the start of the race. The signing will commence prior to driver introductions, and will run from 7 to 7:45 pm local time.

VMS Collects Their 91st ARCA Win: In the 2023 season, Venturini Motorsports has experienced remarkable success. Their most recent achievement came at Pocono Raceway, where they secured a first-place victory. Adding to the significance of the weekend, the team was also celebrating the 50th wedding anniversary of their two founders, Bill and Cathy Venturini. This win marks the team’s 8th victory of the season. Furthermore, the Pocono victory has now extended VMS’s record as the team with the most wins in the history of the series to an impressive 91 race victories. 

Anticipating the Milestone: Having secured a monumental 91st victory, the team is now setting its sights on an unprecedented century of race wins. 

Hingorani Teams Up with Mobil 1: For the ARCA Menards Series West event at Shasta Speedway, Hingorani will proudly carry the support of Mobil 1.

Crew Chief: Hingorani will be working alongside crew chief Kevin Reed Jr. 

Sean Hingorani – No. 15 Mobil 1 Toyota Camry

Regarding the Shasta Race: “The Shasta 150 is going to be fun. I’m looking forward to getting back in the car at a track we haven’t been to before, but I think we’ll do really well. I’m ready to strap in and bring a good race to the crowd.”

Crew Chief Kevin Reed Jr. 

Regarding the Shasta Race: “Shasta is going to be an unknown for everyone this weekend. The series hasn’t raced there since 2015, so it’s a very level playing field. With the test we have a lot of time to work on the car and make sure we have what we need come Saturday night.”


Venturini Motorsports (VMS) has announced that NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series (NCTS) driver Kris Wright will join their lineup for the upcoming ARCA Menards Series race at the Michigan International Speedway on Friday, August 4th.

Wright’s entry into racing is far from ordinary. Despite already being an accomplished athlete with a thriving golf career, he made a daring switch to motorsports at 19 years old. Displaying an unwavering commitment to excellence and adrenaline in all aspects of his life, Wright holds a private pilot’s license.

The Pittsburgh, Pa., -native’s motorsport journey began in sports car racing, debuting in 2015 in the Pirelli World Challenge. During his rookie season in the IMSA Prototype Challenge the following year, he secured an impressive second-place finish in the drivers’ championship standings. In 2018, Wright claimed the LMP3 Championship title. His transition to endurance racing saw him compete at the 24 Hours of Daytona at the Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, where his team achieved a second-place finish in the LMP2 class standings.

Beyond sports car racing, Wright’s achievements extend to open-wheel racing, including participation in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship.

In 2020, Wright marked his ARCA debut in the West Series, achieving back-to-back podium finishes.

Since then, he has balanced between competing in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS).

“I’m excited to be driving the FNB Toyota Camry for Venturini Motorsport,” Wright said. “I’m looking forward to being in good equipment for this race. Michigan International Speedway was my first big oval race, and I am excited to return!”

Piloting the No. 55 FNB Toyota Camry for VMS, Wright will be under the guidance of crew chief Cayden Lapcevich. Lapcevich is eager to work with someone as experienced as Wright. 

“I’m excited to work with someone with as much experience as he has,” Lapcevich said. “Going to Michigan, that big-track experience will benefit us. We can go into the weekend confident, which will pay off well.” 

Wright’s return to the ARCA Menards Series with VMS is scheduled for August 4. Race fans will want to watch the live coverage of the event at 6 pm ET on FS1 and FloRacing. 



July 24, 2023 (Concord, NC) – This past Saturday at Pocono Speedway, 18-year-old Jesse Love secured his 5th win of the ARCA Menards series season. He displayed remarkable dominance throughout the day, swiftly moving from second place to the lead on the very first lap. Leading a total of 40 laps around the speedway, he crossed the finish line in first place, earning his 7th career ARCA victory. Notably, this outstanding performance also widened his lead in the championship standings by an impressive 69 points.  Regarding the day, Love shared that “We went to work and I didn’t mind the rain delay. It let me do some more homework on restarts that I wasn’t 100 percent sure on. Just being able to drive away when your car is that fast makes it real easy.” 

For the Venturini Motorsports team, the weekend held special significance as founders Bill and Cathy Venturini celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. The joyous occasion was further elevated by their victory in the race, marking their 8th win of the season and the team’s 91st in the history of the series.

The team’s accomplishments at Pocono extended beyond the victory. VMS brought an impressive five-car lineup, and through their valiant efforts, all five cars finished in the top-ten, with three of them achieving top-five results. Dean Thompson, who earned his first-ever main series pole award the previous day, and Conner Jones both secured top-five finishes for the team. Additionally, Breidinger, who had been on a streak of success with two consecutive top-five finishes at Elko Speedway and Iowa Speedway, concluded the day in 6th place. Rounding out the top-ten was Jake Finch in the No. 1. Finch achieved another top-ten result, demonstrating his talent in only his second race with the team. 

The team’s hard work and dedication paid off as they achieved a successful day with their full five-car lineup. Bill Venturini acknowledged the extraordinary efforts put in by the team, saying, “This week was particularly challenging with the long hours and demanding work, but my guys persevered. We managed to overcome the weather conditions from last night, and it’s incredible that all five of our cars secured top-10 finishes. I couldn’t be happier, and I’m immensely proud of everyone’s contributions.”

On Friday, August 4th, Jesse Love and Venturini Motorsports will carry on their battle for the championship in the Henry Ford Health Systems 200 at Michigan International Speedway. Racing fans can tune in to watch the event on FS1 at 6 pm ET.



Series: ARCA Menards Series 

Track: Pocono Raceway

Race: Sunset Hill Shooting Range 150

Duration: 60 laps / 150 miles

Date / TV: 7/21/2023 – 6 p.m. ET on FS1

Previous Success at Pocono Raceway: Venturini Motorsports has secured the victory at Pocono four times.

  • Joey Logano – 2009
  • Bennan Poole – 2012
  • Christian Eckes – 2019
  • Corey Heim – 2021

A Packed Five Car Lineup: This year VMS will be arriving at Pocono with a full and talented roster of drivers. Jake Finch in the No. 1 Phoenix Toyota Camry, Dean Thompson in the No. 15 Thompson Pipe Group Toyota Camry, Jesse Love in the No. 20 JBL Toyota Camry, Conner Jones in the No. 25 Jones Utilities Toyota Camry, and Toni Breidinger in the No. 55 Raising Canes/Victoria’s Secret Toyota Camry. 

Bill and Cathy Venturini’s Wedding Anniversary: This weekend the couple celebrates 50 years of marriage. After 41 years racing in the ARCA Menards Series, they will be celebrating their special day at the race track. 

Jesse Love Leading the ARCA Championship: Jesse Love goes into the Pocono race weekend with a strong 49 point lead in the ARCA Menards Series Drivers Championship standings. Love has collected 4 wins so far this season as well as 3 pole positions.

Jake Finch Returns to the Lineup: Jake Finch will be racing with VMS this weekend for the first time since his maiden win at Dover Motor Speedway. He brings with him a new car number piloting the No. 1 Phoenix Toyota Camry. 

Double Duty for Dean Thompson: Dean Thompson will be taking on both the ARCA Menards Series race as well as the NASCAR Craftsman Series race at Pocono this weekend. Thompson achieved his career best ARCA finish with the team on his VMS debut at Kansas Speedway and matched the result at Talladega Speedway, making two top five finishes out of his three races with the team so far.

Toni Breidinger Matches Best Finish: Toni picked up another top–five finish this past weekend at Iowa Speedway. She will be looking to carry the momentum into this weekend in her No. 55 Toyota Camry. 

VMS Collects Their 90th ARCA Win: The 2023 season has seen great success for Venturini Motorsports. Most recently the team picked up a first place trophy at Elko Speedway. This victory marks the 7th of the season for the team. The Elko victory also extends the VMS record of the most wins in the history of the series to a monumental 90 race wins.

Looking Ahead to 100: With a monumental 90th victory under their belt, the team is already looking to reach an unprecedented century of race wins. VMS is now halfway into the 2023 season with a collection of seven wins to show for their efforts. 

Crew Chiefs: 

  • Jerry Pitts – No. 1
  • Monon Rahman – No. 15
  • Shannon Rursch – No. 20
  • Cayden Lapcevich – No. 25
  • Kevin Reed Jr. – No. 55


Toni Breidinger – No. 55 Raising Canes – Victoria’s Secret Toyota Camry

Regarding the Pocono Race: I’m excited to be back at Pocono. We’re hoping to build on the momentum we have from last weekend’s top-five finish.