Wright on making his second career start at Nashville Superspeedway: The Rackley Roofing 200 is going to be electric. Our oval package has shown speed at the past few NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events. It is the last race of the eight-week stretch – I am excited for the No. 44 Big Dog Energy Chevrolet Silverado team to end it on a high note in the country music capital.”
Wright at Nashville Superspeedway: Friday marks Wright’s second start at Nashville Superspeedway with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. In his debut at Music City’s home for NASCAR on June 18, 2021, Wright started the 150-lap event from the 29th-place and finished in the 32nd-place.
On the Truck: Wright will pilot the Big Dog Energy Chevrolet Silverado in Friday’s Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway.
Last Time Out (Clean Harbors 150 – Start: 25th / Finish: 28th): “Our No. 44 F.N.B. Corporation team battled this weekend in Knoxville. We fought back from falling a lap down and ultimately had our run take a hit by suffering a flat right front tire during the final stage, forcing us to pit under green. We’ll regroup and shift our attention to Nashville next week.”
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