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Ricky Stenhose Jr. Phoenix Preview

Ricky Stenhose Jr. Phoenix Preview

November 12, 2015

SUNDAY, NOV. 15:

 ON TRACK
-- 2:30 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Quicken Loans Race for Heroes 500 (312 laps, 312 miles), NBC

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – Phoenix Advance

                                  
ADVANCE NOTES

Stenhouse Jr. at Phoenix International Raceway
• Stenhouse has five NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) starts at Phoenix with an average starting position of 18.4 and average finishing position of 15.0.
• Stenhouse has completed 100% (1564 of 1564) of the laps at Phoenix.
• Stenhouse has a total combined (XFINITY and Sprint Cup) 11 starts at Phoenix earning six top-10 and three top-five finishes.

Last time at Phoenix
After running in the top-15 for most of the 312-lap race, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. battled back after having a loose wheel on his Fastenal Ford to finish 12th at Phoenix Raceway.

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Stenhouse Jr. on racing at Phoenix:

“I always look forward to coming out to Phoenix. Phoenix is a tough one-mile track but it’s a lot of fun to race there. We had a solid run there earlier this year so hopefully we can have another strong showing in our Cargill/Sam’s Club Ford. Our team has been strong with our short track program this season. I think if we can stay on the lead lap and have a mistake free race then we should leave Phoenix with a top-15 finish.”

Sandler on racing at Phoenix:

“We’ve definitely been strong contenders at the short tracks this season. Phoenix is a tough track but the key is to get your car to turn through the corners. Since track position is important, we will focus on qualifying trim on Friday. If we can stay up front then we should leave Phoenix with another solid finish going into the final race of the season.”

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