Team: No. 17 Fastenal Ford Mustang
Crew Chief: Luke Lambert
Race Format: 248.52 miles, 109 laps, Stage Lengths: 25-25-59
Bank of America ROVAL 400 – Sunday, Oct. 11 at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC, PRN, SiriusXM Channel 90
Focus Shifts to ROVAL at Charlotte Motor Speedway
Buescher Historically at the ROVAL
Luke Lambert Historically at the ROVAL
Buescher on racing at the ROVAL:
“I, for one, am excited to get back to a road course and see what we can do. What wound up being a really fun day in Talladega last weekend turned sour well after the race, so we’re looking for some redemption in our Fastenal Ford come Sunday. Our car at the Daytona Road Course back in August was sporty, and we finished the day off with a solid top-five. We’re looking for much of the same this weekend in our back yard.”
Last Time Out
Buescher led 15 laps in the SunnyD Ford at Talladega on Sunday, and was in the thick of the action late as a record 13 cautions were displayed. After crossing the line eighth, Buescher was bumped up to sixth following an initial post-race review, but was later penalized by NASCAR, relegating him to a 22nd-place finish.
Where They Rank
Buescher is 20th in driver standings through 31 events.
On the Car
Fastenal celebrates its 10th season with Roush Fenway Racing in 2020. The Minnesota company spent three years on the No. 99 before jumping to the No. 17 Cup Series entry, and were the primary partner on the No. 60 Xfinity team that captured the owner’s championship in 2011.
Wypall, Loctite, MCR and Krylon will ride aboard the No. 17 as Fastenal Racing’s featured suppliers Sunday in Charlotte.
Throughout the month of October, Roush Fenway Racing will show its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by running special pink numbers on its Ford Mustangs. In addition, Roush Fenway Fords will sport pink ‘Driven for a Cause’ ribbon decals on its Ford Mustangs.
Fastenal [Nasdaq: FAST] is North America’s largest fastener distributor and a ‘one-stop’ source for hundreds of thousands of OEM, MRO and Construction products. With more than 2,600 stores worldwide, the company supports B2B customers with tailored local inventory and dedicated personnel, who visit regularly, quickly respond to emergency needs, and provide efficient inventory management solutions. Fastenal’s service-oriented business network includes the world’s largest industrial vending program, 14 regional distribution centers, 8 custom manufacturing facilities, thousands of delivery vehicles, and industry-leading sourcing, quality and engineering resources.