Justin Haley has made four starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway, all of which he finished in the top 10.
He also earned two top-five finishes and has led eight laps at Atlanta.
Daniel Hemric, No. 11 Chevy Accessories Chevrolet Camaro
Daniel Hemric has earned two top fives, four top-10 finishes and has an average finish of 14.7 in his seven starts at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Hemric has led 45 laps at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
“With this being our third trip to Atlanta since the reconfiguration, I think all the race teams, drivers and everyone collectively involved is getting better on how to approach the weekend. It will be interesting with having no practice and the first lap on the racetrack being qualifying as well as the unknown of the new pit road that we are all going to face, and the limited amount of time that we are all going to have a chance to work on it. It puts that much more emphasis on our preparation and the things we are doing from the driver side pre race as well as the team side as we get ready. Excited for the opportunity, we have had speed there in the past and have had great opportunities. It is a weekend filled with questions, but a lot of opportunity for us to go and do something special.”
– Daniel Hemric on Atlanta Motor Speedway
Chandler Smith, No. 16 Quick Tie ChevroletCamaro
Chandler Smith will make his debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the NXS this weekend.In Smith’s last trip to Atlanta in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series (NCTS), he qualified on the pole and finished the race in fourth place.
“Atlanta is a place that means a lot to me. Growing up in Georgia, I went to the track as a fan many times and won a few championships racing Bandolero cars on the dogleg oval there. We’ve had a fast Quick Tie Chevy Camaro, and our team has had a lot of fun this season. I’m looking forward to hopefully keeping our top-five streak alive and going for a win at my home track.”